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We ask the careful attention of all our readers to the following statement relating to the international collective investigation of disease proposed at the International Medical Congress at Copenhagen:
The general meeting of the International Medical Congress, held at Copenhagen on August 14, 1884, upon propositions made by Sir James Paget, Professor Ewald, of Berlin, Professor Bouchard, of Paris, and Dr. Billings, of Washington, passed the following resolutions:
That an International Committee be formed for the collective investigation of disease, in connection with the work of the International Medical Congress.
That the following gentlemen do represent their respective countries thereon:
As representatives of Denmark—Professor Trier, of Copenhagen; Professor C. Lange, of C openhagen.
As representative of Scandinavia—Dr. E. Bull, of Christiania.
As representative of Russia—Dr. Rauchfuss, of St. Petersburg.
As representatives of Germany—Professor Ewald, of Berlin; Professor Bernhardt, of Berlin.
As representatives of Austria-Hungary—Professor Schnitzler, of Vienna; Professor Pribram,