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April 24, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(17):809. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440170043015

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Special Exercises at the Jubilee Meeting.  —The Committee of Arrangements has set aside an hour on the second day of the meeting for exercises to commemorate the founding of the Association in Philadelphia in 1847. The founders of the Association believed that it would raise the standard of medical education and combine the medical profession of the United States in one body. Dr. Davis, who is recognized by all as the moving spirit in the enterprise, will read a short paper, giving an account of the origin of the Association and how the objects for which it was founded have been attained. The committee has taken steps to secure the attendance at the meeting of the presidents of the State Medical Societies and the presidents of the State Boards of Medical Examiners as an illustration of the success attained through the instrumentality of the Association.In addition to the address

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