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May 7, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(19):597. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411230027016

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The Committee appointed at the last meeting of the American Medical Association, to consider the best means for promoting the prosperity of the Sections of the Association, will hold an adjourned meeting in the Hotel Cadillac, Detroit, Mich., June 6, at 3 P.M.

The Committee would esteem it a favor if each member of the Association would communicate in writing his or her views concerning the best measures for promoting the development of the Sections. Such communications may be sent to the Chairman of the Committee, John S. Marshall, M.D., 9 Jackson St., Chicago.

1. Ought the Sections to occupy a more important place in the conduct of the affairs of the American Medical Association?

2. If they should, what is that place?

3. Do the Sections need an Executive Committee, like that possessed by the Section on Ophthalmology, to look after their individual interests and development?

4. Should the

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