This, the fifty-fourth session of the American Dermatological Association, finds us assembled farther north than we have been since 1895, when the meeting was held in Montreal. Probably there are few, if any, here today who attended that gathering, so that we are all experiencing for the first time the spirit and hospitality of our Canadian comrades. Having seen something of the charm and beauty of the city, I can fully understand the reason for the cordial invitations given by Dr. King-Smith. No wonder he wants to share these good things with us, and I can say with the Psalmist, "Our lot is cast in pleasant places."
We are now an incorporated body. All legal matters necessary for the change have been completed and the name of our organization is now secure, together with the benefits for which this step was taken. The Association can receive property by gift
SMITH CM. DERMATOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1931;24(2):177–181. doi:10.1001/archderm.1931.01450010184001
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