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June 4, 1910

THE PRESIDENT AND THE SECTION OFFICERS

JAMA. 1910;LIV(23):1878. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550490044011

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Abstract

In this issue are pictures of the President-Elect of the American Medical Association and also of those of the section officers whose pictures have not already appeared in The Journal. They are not only a good-looking body of men, but they are thoroughly representative of the highest type of physicians and scientists in their respective special fields. In honoring them by selecting them from so great a body of splendid men to preside over the sections, the American Medical Association is also honoring itself and will be indebted to them and to the rest of the section officers for the credit they will reflect on it by their efforts in making the Sixty-First Annual Session a scientific success. Honors have come to all of them before, either in the way of office in the scientific organizations with which they are connected, or in the way of recognition of advanced and

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