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October 29, 1910


JAMA. 1910;55(18):1558-1559. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330180046019

DATE OF NEXT SESSION  The Board of Trustees, at its meeting last week, appointed june 27, 1911, as the date for the opening of the next session of the American Medical Association, at Los Angeles. This refers to the scientific session; the House of Delegates will meet on June 26. This date was chosen after considerable study, and is in accordance with the wishes of the great majority of those who replied to the letter of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, published in The Journal, September 17. The date will not interfere with those who are connected with medical colleges, and will be more generally convenient for those who desire to take advantage of this occasion for a vacation. At that time of the year the weather is pleasant in Los Angeles; and the season will be ideal, especially for those who wish to go or return by the northern