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The Secretary-General, by order of the Executive Committee, has issued an official circular announcing the Preliminary Organization of the Congress. It contains the list of General Officers who will be nominated for election by the Congress; the members of the Executive Committee; the local Committee of Reception at Washington, and the Rules adopted by the Committee on Organization, in the three official languages, English, French and German. It is being circulated extensively both in Europe and America.
This preliminary circular closes with the following paragraphs: " A list of the Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Secretaries, and Members of Council for each Section, will be given in the full programme, to be published at a later period in the progress of the work.
" The Executive Committee cordially invites members of the medical profession and men eminent in the sciences collateral to medicine, in all countries, to participate in the International Medical Congress of 1887.
CIRCULAR CONCERNING THE ORGANIZATION OF THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS. JAMA. 1885;V(26):711. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391250011005
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