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January 6, 1900

The Antivivisection Bill.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(1):58-59. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460010066021

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New York City, Dec. 27, 1899.

To the Editor:  Apropos to the announcement of the introduction of Senator Gallinger's antivivisection bill again, I have furnished the following concise and explicit data for Senator McMillan, who is chairman of the committee that will discuss the Gallinger bill. This has been done at the suggestion of a legislator who states that legislative committees give more attention to this form of presentation of a subject than they do to more elaborate and less definite methods of arguments. It is very important that other surgeons and other physicians give a similar account of their personal work immediately.Yours truly, Robert T. Morris, M.D.New York, Dec. 27, 1899.Hon. James McMillan:

My Dear Sir:  The president of the American Medical Association has published an announcement to the effect that Senator Gallinger has again introduced into Congress the bill, "For the Further Prevention of Cruelty

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