October 24, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(17):461-462. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391160013003

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Since the meeting of the Committee of Arrangements in New York, Sept. 3 and 4, and the final adoption of the Rules regulating the membership and business of the Congress, and the transference of its future management under the Rules adopted, to an Executive Committee of the Congress itself, the expressions of approval in the medical press have been multiplying, and the general feeling of increased confidence in the success of the Congress is apparent throughout the profession. The Medical Times and College and Clinical Record, of Philadelphia; the New England Medical Monthly; Gaillard's Medical Journal and the Sanitarian, of New York; the Journal and Examiner, of Chicago; the Detroit Lancet; the Medical Herald, of Louisville; the Courier-Record of Medicine; the Southern Practitioner, of Nashville; Daniel's Texas Medical Journal, the Southern Dental Journal, and others, have given the most decided expressions of approval of the Rules adopted and of the

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