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First Day—June 7.
Afternoon session—Present, Doctors Benjamin Lee, A. W. Bell, C. F. Ulrich, Francis A. Atkins, Charles Lindsley, J. H. Hamilton, J. W. Hamilton, J. Berrien Lindsley, Irving A. Watson, Laurence F. Flick, Joseph J. Hibbard, Ralph E. Starkweather, Charles H. Shepard, Jerome Cochran, Charles McIntyre, Thomas A. Foster, Charles D. Alton, W. L. Schenck, W. S. Davis, R. H. Reed, Delos Fall, S. C. Johnson, Felix Formento, J. T. Reeve, William Bailey, A. Hazelwood, U. O. B. Wingate, Albert L. Gihon, Walter Wyman, T. D. Crothers, Alonzo W. Garlock.
Session called to order at 3:30 o'clock, Dr. Lee in the chair.
Dr. Lee read his address, subject, "The Responsibility of the State and National Government in regard to the Protection of the Purity of the Water Supply."
Dr. Lee introduced his paper by some remarks upon the work of the Section. On motion thanks were returned Dr. Lee.
SECTION OF STATE MEDICINE. JAMA. 1892;XIX(14):403–405. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420140017001g
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