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November 28, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(22):589-591. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391210001001

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THE FUTURE OF THERAPEUTICS.  The Annual Address to the Detroit Medical and Library Association.1BY DAVID INGLIS, M.D.,THE RETIRING PRESIDENT.

Gentlemen:  —Another year in the history of our Association brings us to-night to a point of observation from which we naturally look back to note progress made, and forwards to plan how best to fulfil our coming duties and opportunities. In such a retrospect perhaps one of the most striking facts, and one of which our Secretary's interesting statistics make no note, is that during the entire year of active work in the Society there has occurred no instance of animosity or contention between members, but rather we have harmoniously worked together.Therein, I conceive, lies a valuable lesson as to the uses and value of a medical society. We are proud to count a membership of ninety-five active members, but prouder to show ninety-five physicians who have

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