This volume, which has been issued with commendable promptness, contains the minutes of the meeting, list of officers, honorary members, and members; the constitution, and twenty-four papers read at the meeting. We learn from the minutes that there were seventy-two members present, and we are pleased to note that an examination of the list shows that about one-half of them are active members of the American Medical Association. The papers have, we believe, all been printed in the several medical journals during the year.
The interesting address of the President was published in this Journal with editorial comments June 9, 1894.
The volume is an instructive one. Many of the papers are contributions of permanent value to the medical literature of the period, and it is a great pity they were not read to the larger audience of the great Association.