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To the Editor.—The congress was a success, as judged by the large attendance, the great amount of scientific work accomplished and the delightful hospitality extended by the Hungarian physicians.
There were 942 persons present, including 696 physicians, 22 veterinarians (who attended the session on comparative dermatology), 4 nonmedical scientists and 220 wives and children of members. The American delegation included 33 physicians and about an equal number of members of their families.
The congress began on Sunday, September 15 with a formal opening and ended at noon on the following Saturday. In addition to the congress proper, the two preceding days were devoted to meetings of various committees and conferences.
The scientific sessions were held in a large and conveniently located building (Vigado); they consisted of meetings held on five successive mornings, from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and on three afternoons, from 3 to 6. In