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June 9, 1900

Association News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(23):1496-1497. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460230052016

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The Atlantic City Meeting.  —The fifty-first annual meeting of the American Medical Association, in session at Atlantic City, N. J., June 5-8, has proved to be one of the most successful in the Association's history. The Sections were all well patronized and did excellent work. Registration up to the evening of June 6 (time of going to press), was over two thousand. The Senn Medal was awarded to Dr. F. Gregory Connell, of Chicago, and the Association Medal to Dr. A. L. Benediet, of Buffalo, N. Y. The newly-elected officers are: president, Charles A. L. Reed, Cincinnati; vice-presidents, A. W. Calhoun, of Georgia; A. A. Woodhull, of Denver; Philip Marvel, of Atlantic City, and Wm. E. Quine, of Chicago. The newly-elected trustees are: J. M. Mathews, Louisville, Ky.; E. F. Ingals, Chicago; W. L. Rodman, Philadelphia, and M. F. Porter, Fort Wayne, Ind. At the 1901 meeting the Oration

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