Today the human mind visualizes life and its activities in a large way; circumscribed and timorous ideas are being relegated to the past.
Massive production in commercial, industrial and financial circles is the order of the day. The medical profession, I am happy to say, is beginning to accept and develop its opportunities along medical lines in like manner.
The more important and representative an organization is, the more responsibility does it carry. This process of equalization between honors and responsibilities is well established, in matters of equity. If the members of the human race elevate to leadership an individual or an organization, they expect that individual or organization to blaze the way along certain definite lines of progress.
The medical profession of America has been organized into one composite national organization, known as the American Medical Association. It represents organized medicine in America and is so recognized by the