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A Special Meeting of the Committee of Arrangements for the Organization of the International Medical Congress, of 1887, having been called for September 3, it becomes the duty, not only of the members of the Committee, but of all who regard the interests of the profession and the success of the Congress as superior to mere professional pride and prejudices, to aid in securing such action at that meeting as will be satisfactory to all fair minded and honorable members of the profession both at home and abroad. This should be done, not with the idea of compromising with, or conciliating some dissatisfied parties, but simply as work needed to render more complete such parts of the rules as were left unsatisfactory at the previous meeting of the Committee, and to fill such vacancies in the offices of the Congress and of the Sections as have been made necessary by
WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. JAMA. 1885;V(6):155–156. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391050015003
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