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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
Fifty-first Annual Meeting, held at Atlantic City, N. J., June 5-8, 1900.Official Minutes of the Sections.SECTION ON PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Tuesday, June 5—Afternoon Session.
The regular work of the Section on Practice of Medicine commenced with the address of the Chairman, Dr. George Dock, Ann Arbor, Mich. Papers were read by George M. Gould, Philadelphia; C. N. B. Camac, New York City; M. Howard Fussell, Simon Flexner, J. H. Musser and J. C. Wilson, Philadelphia; and W. Black Stewart, Atlantic City.
Wednesday, June 6—Morning Session.
Papers were read by T. J. Happel, Trenton, Tenn.; and Eugene-Wasdin, Surgeon, U. S. M.-H. S. Dr. Happel's paper was entitled "Pseudo (?) or Modified (?) Smallpox," and led to a discussion which manifested some ill-feeling on the part of fellow-practitioners from his own state and Missouri.
RESOLUTION CONCERNING SMALLPOX.
The following resolution was moved by Dr. McCormack: That it is the
Association News. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(25):1630–1633. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460250042007
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