for the year 1896. Published by the Society, 1896; 8o, cl.; pp. 544.
We notice with pleasure the following remarks of the President, Dr. Roswell Park, in his inaugural address, Transactions, p. 15: "It is now more than fourteen years since an event in the history of this society, which has had a most marked influence not only upon its affairs, but upon professional matters throughout the land. I allude to the differences of opinion which brought about a separation of this organization from the American Medical Association. Whatever the causes which operated at that time to cause this deplorable state of affairs, it is certain that they have since been made less operative. I am sure that a majority of members of the national body long to see this society restored to its early affiliation, and I am sure that a majority of our own members would gladly welcome the day when harmony might be restored, and when the national Association would
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