April 9, 1892

Transactions of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, Ninety-third Annual Session.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(15):464. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411190024003

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The reviewer of so excellent a volume as the present one is at a disadvantage, when his space is limited. A full page would be none too large to give our readers even a condensed account of the meritorious papers in this book of nearly 400 pages. The Presidential Address by Dr. T. A. Ashby deals with medical legislation for the repression of quackery, and shows the necessity of a greater degree of unity and organization on the part of the profession in Maryland, in order to prevent the gradual breaking down of the barriers against incompetence and greed. The President wisely urges the profession throughout that State to come together at the various county seats to form as strong local organizations as possible, in order that the voice of the profession may not go unheeded in the future as it has gone in the recent past. The annual address

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