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July 20, 1895


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General Secretary for the English Language, On behalf of the Executive Committee. 27, St. George's Square, S.W., London.

JAMA. 1895;XXV(3):122-123. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430290040021

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Third International Congress of Physiologists.  —Bern, Sept 9 to 13, 1895.—At its opening session on Sept. 10, 1889, the first International Congress of Physiologists adopted the following resolutions:1. An International Congress of Physiologists shall be held triennially, with the object of contributing to the advancement of physiology by affording physiologists of various nationalities an opportunity of personally bringing forward experiments, and of exchanging and discussing their views together, and of becoming personally acquainted one with another.2. Membership of the Congress shall be open to all professors and teachers of biologic science, belonging to a medical faculty or any other similar scientific body, as well as to all scientific men engaged in biologic research.3. The sessions of the Congress shall be devoted to physiologic communications and demonstrations. Further, communications relating to original research in anatomy, general pathology, and pharmacology, are acceptable in so far as they present features

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