American Medical Association. Fortieth Annual Meeting.
To be held at Newport, R. I., June 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1889.
The Association having departed from its usual custom of convening in the chief cities, by deciding to meet the present year at a simple watering place that, despite its repute, is without certain of the resources hitherto relied upon, the Committee of Arrangements ask in advance for the kind consideration of the multitude of physicians whom they trust soon to welcome. A fact or two in this connection may perhaps be stated. Ordinarily a great many local medical men are appointed to aid the Arrangements' Committee, and thereby the duties of each are rendered less onerous. In the present instance, of the eighteen names fifteen comprise the sum total of the resident (regular) physicians of Newport, while the remaining three are dental practitioners. The Committee is therefore this