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August 27, 1892

SECTION OF OPHTHALMOLOGY.

JAMA. 1892;XIX(9):240-241. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420090002002

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Abstract

RECORD OF THE MINUTES.

The sessions of this Section were held in the morning and afternoon of June 7, 8, 9, and 10, 1892, in the club room of the Hotel Cadillac, Detroit, Mich.

TUESDAY June 7.—Afternoon Session.

Dr. J. L. Thompson in the chair. Meeting called to orderat 3:30 p.m. The Chairman opened the meeting with an address entitled "How Shall We Make the Meetings of Our Section More Attractive and Helpful?"

After the reading of the paper the reports of committees was the next order of business. No report having been received, the reading and discussion of the papers followed. The first paper, entitled "Gradation of Lenses," was read by Dr. Dudley S. Reynolds, of Louisville, Ky. Dr. Leartus Connor moved that all gentlemen interested in the subject of ophthalmology then present in the room be invited to participate in the discussion of the papers. Carried.

The second

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