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The Fortieth Annual Meeting of the Association, which is to convene at Newport, R. I., on the 25th of June, promises to be one of unusual interest. The preliminary programme is published in The Journal, under date of April 13th. It shows that the Committee of Arrangements already has its work well in hand. From the known efficiency of this Committee we are confident that every reasonable effort will be made to render the meeting in all respects a notable success.
We are happy to state also that the officers in the various Sections are actively engaged in securing such papers for presentation as shall command the interest of those who attend, and elicit such discussions as time will permit. This is well. The best thought of the profession should be represented there—and those who make sacrifices for the purpose of attending should be amply repaid for the effort.
THE MEETING AT NEWPORT. JAMA. 1889;XII(17):596–597. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400940020006
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