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The Annual Report of the Surgeon General's Office, U. S. Army.
—As so much of the work done in the Surgeon General's office has come to be of vital importance to the general profession, in the maintenance and preservation of the museum, in the growth and accessibility of the library, and especially in the continued publication of the Index Catalogue, a notice of Volume 4 of which recently appeared in the columns of this journal; that it is advisable for the civil practitioner to so keep himself posted upon the views and recommendations presented annually to Congress by that office for its further advancement, that he may use his influence in his individual capacity, and as a member of influential societies, to govern the tone of Congress for the good of the profession. With this object prominently in view, we reprint from the daily press — (Army and Navy Register
NEWS ITEMS. JAMA. 1883;I(21):625–627. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390210021005
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