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The following letter on society reports comes from Dr. Oscar Sprinz, editor of the Zentralblatt für Haut-und Geschlechts-krankheiten, in response to an editorial in the Archives on the same subject. It touches on weaknesses in society reports that we have particularly referred to in these columns, and it is earnestly commended to the attention of secretaries and other reporters of clinical societies, and to those who present cases at the meetings.
To the Editor.—
As editor of the Zentralblatt für Haut-und Geschlechts-krankheiten I was very much interested in your article in the Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, vol. 17, no. 1, p. 105. I am taking the liberty of sending you some additional remarks, hoping you will be kind enough to publish them in one of your issues.The Zentralblatt für Haut-und Geschlechts-krankheiten is, as far as I know, the only journal which reports the transactions of the different American