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—This truly representative organization of the medical profession in our country, closed one of its most successful and enthusiastic annual meetings in Washington about 1 P. M., on Friday, May 9, 1884. It was successful in the unusually large number in attendance, there being more than 1,200 regularly registered members present, including representatives from nearly all the States and Territories of the Union. It was eminently successful in the amount and quality of work done. Through the active interest of the President of the Association, the repeated notices and explanations in the Journal, the officers of most of the Sections had been induced to act more directly in concert with the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements in securing an ample supply of good papers for each Section, with more systematic and interesting provisions for discussion, than at any previous meeting. If there was any exception to this remark, it
The Thirty-fifth Anniversary Meeting of the American Medical Association. JAMA. 1884;II(20):550–551. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390430018004
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