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In our issue of November 28, we showed how the Committee of Arrangements appointed by the American Medical Association to provide a Preliminary Organization for the Ninth International Medical Congress had, at its last meeting, so modified the Rules regarding membership as to obviate all the objections that had been made to those previously proposed, and had proceeded so far with the selection of general officers and the organization of Sections, as to bring into existence an Executive Committee of the Congress with powers, duties and limitations as provided in Rule 10, and had then transferred to such Executive Committee authority to make all further appointments necessary to complete the organization of the Sections, and to take charge of the affairs of the Congress. We reminded our readers, also, that the Committee on Organization, in framing Rule 10, providing for an Executive Committee to be constituted of the President, Secretary-General,
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. JAMA. 1885;V(25):687–688. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391240015003
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