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This handsomely printed volume tells a pleasant story of the great activity of the Texas profession in medical progress and the advancement of science. The business features of the meeting were mostly of local interest, although we notice resolutions reaffirming their adhesion to the Code of Ethics of the American Medical Association and favoring the transfer of the State quarantines to the National Government. The papers are of a high order; among those of home production we notice articles respectively by Drs. J. M. Cline, A. H. Schenk, W. R. Blailock, H. L. Tate, David Cerna, C. O. Matthews, Lawrence Ashton, J. J. Williamson, W. M. Yater, J. E. Gilchrist, W. J. Lane, Z. T. Bundy, Henry P. Cookes, F. E. Daniel, T. J. Bell, R. R. Walker, A. W. Fly, F. S. White, J. Aloysius Mullen, J. O. McReynolds, H. L. Hillgartner, E. J. Mathery, G. W. Grove, R.
Transactions of the Texas State Medical Association, Twenty-eighth Annual Session, held at Fort Worth, Texas, 1896. JAMA. 1896;XXVII(21):1118. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430990042019
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