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November 12, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XIX(20):587-588. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420200023001g

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Tuesday, June 7.

The Section met at 3 p.m., Dr. Kleinschmidt in the chair.

On motion the Section adjourned to meet on June 8, at 3 P.M.

Wednesday, June 8. Section called to order 3:30 p.m. Records read and accepted.

The Chairman then delivered his address on "Physiology," culling from publications in many languages the progress made during the year, which was very remarkable and of intense interest, for the contributions shed new light on functions and some of them,—especially as to the cerebellum were revolutionary in medicine. The thanks of the Section were voted to the chairman for his unusually able and timely resumé.

Papers also were read as follows: On the Navy Ration by Assist. Surgeon C. A. Siegfried U. S. N.; on the Marine Ration by Dr. G. W. Stoner, Marine-Hospital Service, and on The Army Ration by Assist. Surgeon C. E. Woodruff, U.

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