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ADDRESS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE REGULAR MEDICAL PROFESSION OF LOUISIANA.
BY JOSEPH JONES, M.D., PRESIDENT OF THE LOUISIANA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY.
—The tenth annual session of the Louisiana State Medical Society will be held in the town of Monroe on the third Wednesday in April, 1888, and subjects of paramount importance to the Medical Profession will be presented for consideration and discussion. We briefly formulate some of the questions now at issue, with the hope that they may receive the earnest consideration of the medical profession.1.—THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A STATE MEDICAL LIBRARY,for the preservation of the archives of the Society, the diffusion of medical knowledge, and the promotion of original scientific research in all the departments of medical science.The object sought to be accomplished is the collection, classification and preservation of the manuscripts, documents and publications bearing upon the eventful history of the medical profession
ADDRESSES.. JAMA. 1887;IX(24):737–739. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400230001001
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