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The program of the forty-sixth annual meeting is now completed and was issued May 2 to the Committee of Arrangements, by whom most of the copy was furnished.
The prospect for excellent Section work was never better, and the Association has never had a meeting which gave plainer evidences of the high scientific standard it has lately attained.
Socially the attractions are many, and the hard work done by the Committee of Arrangements shows for itself in the excellence of the arrangements for the meeting. We naturally would expect that a committee officered by Chisolm, Osler and RohÉ would do credit to the Monumental City and the Association, and a glance at the program shows that expectation to have been well founded. Gastronomically, those inclined to the pleasures of the table will reflect that the "canvas back" has its nest very near, if it is out of season; that the
THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(18):683. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430180029005
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