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November 2, 1901

Association News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(18):1196-1197. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470440046014

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Abstract

Section on Ophthalmology. 

To Members of the American Medical Association who are Members of the Section on Ophthalmology:  —During the past few years the growth of our Section has been so rapid and the number of valuable and interesting papers volunteered for our annual program has become so large that at the meeting in Columbus, two years ago, the executive committee offered certain resolutions concerning our work which were unanimously adopted. The recommendations of these resolutions having been employed with such satisfactory results at our last two meetings, they will continue in force at our next meeting at Saratoga Springs, and are as follows:It is the decision of the executive committee that the number of papers to be reaa at the meeting to be held in 1902 be limited to 40. They are to be limited to 15 minutes each. Papers are to be accepted in the order of

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