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September 9, 1899

Canada.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(11):681-682. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450630057023

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Abstract

Canadian Medical Association.  —The largest, the most enthusiastic, and the most profitable meeting ever held in the history of this organization was that which after "three days of solid enjoyment" closed its final session at 1 o'clock on Saturday morning. Contrasting the numerical representation with that assembled in the city of Quebec last year, over three times as many delegates were present at this year's meeting as at the last annual assemblage. From the moment Dr. A. J. Johnson, chairman of the committee on arrangements, announced the entertainments that the committee under charge of Dr. Bruce L. Riordan had arranged for the enjoyment of out-of-town members, the visitors completely abandoned themselves to a pleasurable participation in the several functions. On the evening of the first day, the beautiful halls and apartments of the museum of the Normal School were thrown open; a fashionable company soon surged and thronged through its

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