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September 7, 1901

Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Society, Fifty-Second Annual Session held in South Bend, May, 1901.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(10):653. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470360045015

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Abstract

The present volume, according to the preface, is the largest every published by the Society. It is certainly a large volume, but the Society is to be congratulated especially that the quality of its contents is so excellent. There are 41 original papers and 2 symposiums, besides several scientitic reports; all of these are up to, and many above, the average. The paid membership is 1624, which is but little more than a third of the regular physicians of the state, not a good showing when it is remembered that membership in county societies carries with it membership in the state society. "Efforts to form new societies," says the secretary in his report, "have not been successful during the past year." It would be interesting to know what these efforts were and how they could be made more effective. Two-thirds of the members of the regular profession in a state

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