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We only had time, in the last issue of The Journal, to refer to the opening session of the Forty-first Annual Meeting, and to make a brief reference to the President's Annual Address.
The interest in the following morning sessions was maintained to the last. The special addresses delivered by Drs. Davis, Carroll and Logan were timely, able and well received. They are models of their kind, and will well repay the careful perusal which we are sure they will command. They will be found in full in the issues of May 24 and 31.
The usual routine of business was promptly dispatched, and it was evident on all hands that the general welfare of the Association was the chief concern of those who participated in the proceedings. Several important resolutions were introduced, to which at later dates we shall have occasion to refer.
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THE ANNUAL MEETING AT NASHVILLE. JAMA. 1890;XIV(23):830–831. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410230022005
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