1884 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
of the Committee, delivered an address of welcome, and gave an analysis of the programme of the meeting, stating that fifty-four pa¬ pers had been received. Address by the President.-In it he laid special stress on the paramount importance of therapeutics in a sound medical education, and reminded his hearers that, however admirable a thing culture might be, it should not be allowed to take equal rank with the essential branches of the healing art. He strongly advised the adoption of the three
more » ... ption of the three years' graded course by the colleges, and drew a striking contrast between the old and new systems of medical training.
doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390710019007 fatcat:cgivv5stgre6pdmrxvjxin5h54