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To the Editor of The Journal of the American Medical Association.
—As the number of papers to be presented at the next meeting of the Association can not be duly disposed of so as to do justice to their authors in the limited time allotted to each, and as the business before the Association is annually becoming more cumbersome, it is the opinion of the writer, as well as many with whom he has conversed, that a proper committee representing all the interests involved should be appointed at the next session to report at the session following upon the propriety of changing the name from the American Medical Association to the American Congress of Physicians and Surgeons. That each Section of the present organization hold their separate annual meetings and that they be held before the annual meeting of the Congress. That each Section report a synopsis of
DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. JAMA. 1893;XX(21):588. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420480016003
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