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The Secretaries of the various Sections are actively engaged in securing a supply of papers to be presented at the next annual meeting which convenes at Nashville on May 20.
May we suggest that the writers of such papers, if they have not already done so, enter immediately and in earnest upon their work? Let the several articles represent their purpose fully and receive at the hands of the writers a most careful revision, and when revised it is desirable, as far as practicable, that type-written copies be presented for publication. Those who are to command the time and attention of their associates should have the matter to be presented well matured and concisely expressed. The future success of the Association is largely dependent upon the value of papers thus presented, and its status both at home and abroad is to be determined largely by the work thus submitted.
THE EARLY PREPARATION OF PAPERS. JAMA. 1890;XIV(9):312. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1890.02410090024005
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