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New York State Medical Association.
Tenth Annual Meeting.—Held in New York, Oct. 9, 10,11 and 12, 1893.
S. B. Wylie McLeod, M. D., President.Introductory Session—Monday Evening—October 9.The President in his Address referred to the many important contributions that had been made by members during the past ten years, and the share each department had taken. He said that although the Association was organized on Feb. 4, 1884, it has at present eight hundred members, and a library of over nine thousand volumes.Dr. John Shrady of New York County, then delivered an address on
THE MEDICAL WORK OF THE ASSOCIATION DURING ITS FIRST DECADE.
He referred to many of the more important papers and discussions, such as, Dr. Gouley's address on "The Nosology of Disease"; Dr. Janeway's address on "Pathology"; Dr. A. Flint, Jr.'s paper on "Some of the Relations of Physiology to the Practice of Medicine"; Dr.
SOCIETY NEWS. JAMA. 1893;XXI(18):664–667. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420700032013
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