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—Frank B. Wynn, Indianapolis, Director; W. M. Late Coplin, Philadelphia; W. T. Councilman, Boston; Frederic S. Dennis, New York; James Carroll, Washington, D. C.
MEETING PLACE, NEW HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL BUILDINGS, LONGWOOD AVENUE.
The Scientific Exhibit at Boston will consist of specimens, models, diagrams, apparatus, etc. A laboratory in operation will show newer laboratory methods as applied to diagnosis and to investigation. Demonstrations will be given on special subjects in small rooms; others of more general interest will be conducted in a large amphitheater where a lantern and projection microscope are available. The program of demonstrations follows:
A. ILLUSTRATED LECTURES AND LANTERN SLIDE DEMONSTRATIONS IN THE AMPHITHEATER OF THE ANATOMICAL BUILDING.
Wednesday, June 6—10 to 12 A. M.
Hektoen and Ruediger:
Demonstration of (a) phagocytosis experiments and (b) cultural peculiarities of pneumococci and streptococci.
"Locomotion of Amebæ."
Demonstration of Amœba coli and life history
Association News. JAMA. 1906;XLVI(20):1544-1546. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510470058019