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March 15, 1884

The American Medical Association.

JAMA. 1884;II(11):297. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390360017003

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—Less than two months remain before the time of the next animal meeting of our national medical organization, and the inquiry arises how far all the parties interested have completed whatever work they had intended for that occasion? That the local Committee of Arrangements have their plans matured, and all needful preparations made for a most pleasant and profitable meeting, we are well assured. But have all those who intend to present papers or make reports, either in the Sections or in the general sessions of the Association, duly notified the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements of the title and length of their papers or reports? If not, they should do this without delay. The by-laws require the officers of the several Sections to make similar reports to the Committee of Arrangements concerning all papers or reports coming to their knowledge, at least one month prior to the time

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