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September 12, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(11):297-298. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391100017004

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In another part of the present number of the Journal, will be found so much of the proceedings of the Committee of Arrangements at its meeting in New York, on the 3d and 4th inst., as relates to the rules finally adopted for the preliminary organization and government of the Congress, including the General Officers, the Presidents of the Sections, and the Executive Committee, to which is committed all further management of the affairs of the Congress. It will be seen that the first rule opens the doors of the Congress to all members of the regular profession of medicine in this and other countries, with no restrictions other than the simple inscription of their names on the register, and taking out of tickets of admission. That the General Officers selected and the Presidents of Sections, are not only men of eminence in the different departments of medicine in this

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