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We publish this week a supplementary list of delegates to the Pharmacopeial Convention. From these lists2 it appears that, of the one hundred and twentyseven institutions and organizations represented in the Convention of 1900, but seventy-three have thus far notified the committee of the appointment of delegates; while twenty-nine new organizations may be added. Only nineteen state medical associations and twentyseven medical schools have appointed delegates; in the pharmaceutical list twenty state associations, five other than state, and twenty-five colleges of pharmacy have made appointments. The lists also show that there are thus far appointed one hundred and thirty-six medical delegates and forty-five alternates; and one hundred and forty-three pharmaceutical delegates with one hundred alternates. In the latter list a number of names are duplicated, certain of them appearing in the lists of delegates and again among the alternates, showing a more diligent interest and definite determination to secure
THE PHARMACOPEIAL DELEGATES. JAMA. 1910;LIV(11):880. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550370050007
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