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July 15, 1905


JAMA. 1905;XLV(3):196-197. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510030054005

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Dr. McMurtry's address, in this issue, reviews the history of the Association, its work in the past and its prospects for the future. What he says about the section work will be approved and his recommendations accepted without question. The advantages of having a permanent secretary of a section are many and obvious, and the honor of holding such an office should be held as greater in proportion to the self-sacrifice and work that it involves. No office is of more importance than that of section secretary in furthering the real scientific work of the session, and the suggestion that the officers of the several sections meet together for the more efficient co-operation in this work needs no indorsement. Its value is sufficiently evident from past experience. The work of organization which has been going on in the last four years is well brought out in the address. The possibilities

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