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Gentlemen of the American Climatological Association:
—In assuming the duties of your presiding officer, I again thank you for the high honor which you have conferred upon me and wish to congratulate you upon the status of this Association. From the origin of this Association to the present time it has steadily increased in numbers and grown in influence until at present its members are scattered throughout the length and breadth of this land and exert an untold influence for the advancement of science, the alleviation of suffering and the prolongation of human life. In 1884 this Association numbered forty-two members. Since that time we have had enrolled, all told, 191 names. Of these, ten have been dropped, thirty-five have resigned and thirty-two have finished their work. During the year just passed we have been called upon to mourn the loss of one of our fellows, Dr. Jacob Reed, of
INGALS EF. THE ANTISEPTIC TREATMENT AND THE LIMITATION OF CLIMATIC TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(20):913–918. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1897.02440200003001a
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