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JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(3):187. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460030061028.
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Committee on Pathologic Exhibit.  —The following unofficial committee on the pathologic exhibit has been appointed. Dr. Joseph Stokes, Moorestown, N. J., chairman; Dr. Alfred Stengel, Philadelphia, and Dr. Frank B. Wynn, Indianapolis, Ind., secretary.

Section on Physiology and Dietetics.  —The officers of this Section request such members of the Association as desire to read papers or present specimens or matters of interest in the department of physiology and dietetics, to make early application for a place on the program. The meeting of the Section at the last session was notable for the excellence of its original papers. It is expected that the Atlantic City meeting of this Section will be on the same high order as last year. The program will be open until the middle of February. R. Harvey Cook, Oxford, Ohio, is secretary.

Section on Ophthalmology.  —The following is the preliminary program of the Section on Ophthalmology of

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