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June 9, 1906

THE BOSTON SESSION.

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(23):1771. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510500035010

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Abstract

For the reason that our last forms are closed on Wednesday morning, it is impossible to give a complete report of the Boston session. Consequently, we shall not attempt to do so, believing that it will be preferable to publish the proceedings in full next week. We are advised by telegraph that the registration when the office closed Tuesday night was approximately 3,600. This far exceeds that of any preceding sessions. The total registration at Atlantic City in 1904 was 2,890. Judging from previous years' experience, therefore, we may estimate that the total registration for this meeting will be about 4,500. The immense number in attendance, however, is being cared for in a satisfactory manner.

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