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Since our last issue, we learn that the officers of the original committee appointed at Washington have called a meeting of the general committee, as organized previous to the meeting of the American Medical Association in New Orleans, to be held in Washington during the month of September next, for further conference in regard to the organization of the International Congress of 1887. Instead of inviting the additional members appointed at New Orleans to meet with them as a part of the same committee, they are simply notified of the time and place of meeting, that they may meet as a separate committee at the same time if they choose. Such a course is in no respect in accordance with the action of the Association in New Orleans, and it is difficult to see how any good can be accomplished by it. Moreover, the delay until September is in strange
THE COMMITTEE ON THE INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. JAMA. 1885;IV(24):663. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390990019003
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