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November 21, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(21):578. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391200018006

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The summer vacations having fully passed, and the season favorable for literary and scientific work having returned, we would remind the officers and members of the Association that the time for the next annual meeting is fast approaching. The interest and profit of every meeting depends almost entirely upon the degree of attention that is given to the preparation of papers, and the study of questions for discussion in the several Sections. The Chairman and Secretary of each Section should actively solicit contributions from members who are eminent in the departments belonging to their respective Sections; and all who intend to prepare and read papers or reports should give early notice of the same to the officers of the Sections and to the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, that these officers may have ample time to arrange judiciously the programme of work for each day of the meeting. One

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