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For the third time in seven years the American Medical Association met this year at Atlantic City, N. J., and found it still an ideal place for a convention. Chicago was selected as the meeting place for 1908. In last week's issue part of the proceedings of the House of Delegates was published and the remainder appears in this issue. A careful index of the business considered is found on page 2068. The minutes of the general meetings are found on page 2065 of this issue, and the orations were given last week. Publication of the Section articles begins in this issue and will be actively pushed.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
The House of Delegates held its sessionsin the beautiful Observation Hall on the eighth floor of the Hotel Traymore. From this point of vantage an unsurpassed view of sea and land is presented, but this spectacle did not prevent the
THE THIRD ATLANTIC CITY SESSION. JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(24):2032–2034. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520500038007
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