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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE UNITED STATES PHARMACOPEIA

S. Solis Cohen; George Dock; R. A. Hatcher; E. E. Hyde; W. S. Thayer; Reid Hunt
JAMA. 1910;LIV(6):434-435. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.92550320009002b.
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To the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association:  —Your Committee on the United States Pharmacopeia begs to report as follows :The committee, soon after its appointment, sent a circular letter (copy of which is enclosed) to the medical organizations entitled to representation in the .United States Pharmacopeial Convention, urging them to consider the appointment of delegates to the convention of 1910 and suggesting that they might find it advisable to appoint special committees on the Pharmacopeia. The letter was also sent to the officers of the Sections of the American Medical Association with the suggestion that they appoint committees to consider the Pharmacopeia from the standpoint of their specialties. This letter met with a cordial reception. Many of the medical organizations have appointed delegates to the convention as well as special committees on the Pharmacopeia. Several sections of the association have also appointed committees; some of these

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