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—It is desired to make the approaching meeting of this Section one of unusual importance and profit. Further reports are expected from the Committee on School Hygiene and its several members. The subjects to be discussed will be as follows:
First Day—The Annual Address by the Chairman. Report of the Committee on School Hygiene.
Second Day — Pollution of Rivers and Inland Streams; its Effect upon Public Health, and Measures for its Prevention.
Third Day—Needful National Legislation for the Protection of Human Life. Miscellaneous Papers. The Development of the Section, and the Question of a Section Council of the Association.
All members of the Association, or physicians desiring to become so, who are interested in sanitary work and discussion, are requested to forward their names as promptly as possible to either of the undersigned. Any desiring to read papers will kindly send the complete title of the same, with their
The Section on State Medicine. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(12):359–360. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411160017009
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