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The sessions of this Section were held in the afternoon of May 5th, 6th and 7th, in the Medical Department of Georgetown University.
The chairman opened the first meeting with an address which contained very valuable suggestions in regard to promoting the interests of the Section. After the reading of this paper, upon motion, a committee of three was appointed to consider the suggestions in the Chairman's Address; the Chairman to be one of the committee.
The committee, consisting of Drs. Geo. E. Frothingham, Edward Jackson and Leartus Connor, reported on the second day as follows:
Gentlemen of the Ophthalmological Section, American Medical Association:
Your Committee, to whom was referred the Chairman's Address, begs leave to report upon his suggestions, by recommending the Section to adopt the following:
First, That the Section appoint an Executive Committee of three, whose general duties shall be to look after all matters pertaining to
Connor L, Murrell TE. SECTION OF OPHTHALMOLOGY.RECORD OF THE MEETINGS. JAMA. 1891;XVII(8):295–297. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410860019001e
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