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STATE REGULATION OF MEDICAL PRACTICE.
The Retiring President's Address, delivered at the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Detroit Medical and Library Association, Oct. 4, 1886,BY C. J. LUNDY, A.M., M.D.Ladies and Gentlemen, Members of the Detroit Medical and Library Association:We are assembled this evening to celebrate our society's tenth anniversary, and, I trust, the year about to close has been one of pleasure and profit to us all. When one year ago you conferred upon me the honor of the presidency of this society, I accepted the office with doubt and misgivings. The year preceding my installment in office had been one of unusual activity and prosperity. Such prosperity has seldom been enjoyed by a local society, especially outside the large cities of the East. Numerous valuable papers had been presented; interesting discussions, upon given topics, had been held, and a large amount of pathological material had
ADDRESSES. JAMA. 1887;VIII(3):57–60. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391280001001
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