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AS already noted, the sixty-third annual meeting of the British Medical Association will be held in London next week. From the programme of final arrangements published in the current number of the British Medical Journal, it is evident that the meeting will be of exceptional interest and importance. The President-elect is Sir J. Russell Reynolds, Bart. An address in Medicine will be delivered by Sir William Broadbent, Bart.; an address in Surgery by Jonathan Hutchinson, F.R.S.; and an address in Physiology by Prof. Edward Albert Schäfer, F.R.S. The scientific business of the meeting will be conducted in fifteen sections:—

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