American Medical Association.
Section on Ophthalmology.
Forty-fifth Annual Meeting, held at San Francisco, Cal., June 5-8, 1894.
First Regular Session, Tuesday Afternoon, June 5.
The Section was called to order at 3 p.m.Address by the Chairman, Dr. Albert R. Baker, of Cleveland, Ohio.The first paper read was by Dr. F. B. Eaton, of Portland, Oregon, on "The Physiology of Certain Oculo-motor Phenomena, with respect to Some Recent Theories of Asthenopia."Discussed by Drs. Edw. Jackson, Geo. H. Price, H. V. Würdemann, W. F. Southard, Kaspar Pischl, H. Bert Ellis and discussion closed by Dr. Eaton. Drs. Hobby and Lydston were absent and Dr. Voorhees unavoidably prevented from preparing his paper.The general meeting of the Association having directed the Sections to appoint alternates in place of absent members of Executive Committees, the chair appointed Drs. Edw. Jackson, W. E. Briggs and H. V. Würdemann. The same committee to