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Dr. Jacobi reads some Notes on the Baking of Bacilli, at the Academy of Medicine—Dr. John C. Peters reports for the Committee on Croton Water Nuisances—Mr. R. H. Robertson exhibits and describes the plans of the New Academy Building—Commencement Exercises at the College of Physicians and Surgeons—The Presidency of the Board of Health—The Election of Dr. E. M. Moore, of Rochester, N. Y., as President of the American Medical Association, received with enthusiasm.
It was not expected that there would be any scientific exercises at the last meeting of the Academy of Medicine before the summer vacation, but on account of special circumstances and the importance of the subject, Dr. Jacobi was given the privilege of reading some "Notes on the Baking of Bacilli." It will perhaps be remembered, in this connection, that a few months ago Dr. Louis Weigert's hot air inhalation apparatus was exhibited at a meeting
P. B. P.. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. JAMA. 1889;XIII(3):104–107. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.04440020032012
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