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It will naturally occur to you that the development of our own Section work, the increase in the number of papers presented here which raise points for our discussion, and the increase in the number of members who can from their own observations add to the value of our discussions, together with the multiplication of ophthalmic journals, has rendered obsolete the Address which the By-laws of the American Medical Association say the Chairman shall prepare "on the recent advancements in the branches belonging to his Section." My predecessors for some years seem to have felt this and have chiefly confined their remarks to the other topic allotted them, viz., " suggestions in regard to improvements in methods of work."
Such suggestions as I would make regarding the conduct of our Section have been embodied in the arrangement of our program, or will appear in the course of our proceedings. The most
JACKSON E. STRENGTH OF THE DIFFERENT MYDRIATICS AND MYOTICS. CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS. JAMA. 1895;XXV(16):645–647. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430420001001
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