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November 19, 1892

Transactions of the Medical Society of New Jersey.

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The one hundred and twenty-sixth Annual Meeting.

JAMA. 1892;XIX(21):622. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420210028012

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Abstract

It will be noted that this is one of the oldest organizations of physicians in this country. The meeting was convened at Atlantic City, June 28,1892, with the President Dr. Elias J. Marsh in the Chair

The profession of New Jersey is to be congratulated on the completeness of its State organization. A pleasant feature of the occasion was the reception of delegates from other State societies, and the appointment of corresponding delegates to other State societies. This is a feature that warmly commends itself to the State societies of the Central and Western States. Such visitations to sister State societies is not only a social pleasure, but acts as an incentive to improvement in State and county organization.

After the reading of papers and discussions the society adjourned to meet at Spring Lake, N. J., on the Fourth Tuesday in June 1893. Dr. Geo. T. Welch, of Passaic having

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