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June 22, 1901

Association News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(25):1793-1797. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470250047014

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Abstract

THE ST. PAUL MEETING AS VIEWED BY OUR CONFRERES.  From the New York Medical Journal.The fifty-second annual meeting of the American Medical Association, held in St. Paul last week, was memorable from more than one point of view. Those of our readers who were not present will have deduced this from the President's address and from the action taken on the plan of reorganization. The reorganization, tantamount to a new constitution, will, as we have before remarked, make the general sessions far more amenable than before to parliamentary rules of procedure and better able to arrive speedily at a correct understanding of the merits of such questions as may come before the Association. Many of the men who most thoroughly recognized all this before the meeting were fearful that, nevertheless, the scheme would fail of adoption this year, although sure to be sanctioned eventually. The result shows once more

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