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July 7, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(1):37-40. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460270045015

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Abstract

Dr. H. L. E. Johnson, Washington, D. C., is arranging for reduced rates of transportation to the meeting of the Third Pan-American Medical Congress at Havana, Cuba, Dec. 26-29, 1900.

Dr. William Osler, Baltimore, delivered the address at a conversazione of the Medical Graduates' College and Polyclinic, London, on July 4. His subject was "The Teaching of Practical Medicine."

About the middle of August the Columbia River quarantine station will be ready for service. Work on the wharf and buildings for the disinfecting machinery and bath-rooms was commenced this week and under the terms of the contract must be finished within sixty days.

At the coming meeting of the Canadian Medical Association to be held at Ottawa, Sept. 12-14, Mr. Edmund Owen, London, England, will deliver the address in Surgery. Others who will take part are: Drs. Shattuck, Boston; Louis Gerster, A. M. Hamilton and Dr. Fox, New York City;

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