We meet again for the consideration of a well-filled program. The number of papers is considerably less than last year, but is still so large that, allowing for the usual proportion of authors unavoidably prevented from appearing, our time must be economically used in order to get through. An effort has been made to group papers on allied topics so that the discussion may be directed to the series, and repetition avoided in that way. In most cases the topics for the groups were arranged by the officers of the Section. Other set discussions on chosen topics were projected, but for various reasons could not be carried out as planned. The officers of the Section take not a little pride in the large number of abstracts and synopses published in the program. The utility of these in preparing members of the Section for the best appreciation of papers, and in
DOCK G. SECTION ON PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. ADDRESS OF THE CHAIRMAN. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(23):1459–1462. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.24610230015001b
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