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October 18, 1890


JAMA. 1890;XV(16):581-582. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410420025007

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The sixteenth annual meeting of this Association convened at Louisville, Ky., on October 8, 9 and 10. A brief résumé of its proceedings will be found in the present number of The Journal. While in full affiliation and sympathy with the American Medical Association, and in no wise sectional in its preferences or purposes, it nevertheless represents a large and growing constituency, and is numbering in its ranks some of the most promising medical men in this country.

The present meeting was a notable success. Dr. J. P. Matthews, its widely-known and popular President, came from a sick-bed to the fulfilment of his official duties, which he performed with heroism, wisely and well. The Secretary and Executive Committee have rendered valuable assistance, and the general arrangements were complete.

A very full and valuable programme had been prepared, and three days did not suffice for its presentation. The papers and the

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