Medicine: Surgeons

Prohibition was also the aperitif at the Boston clinical congress of the American College of Surgeons last week. Franklin N. Martin of Chicago, president of the College, interrupted his formal inaugural talk to say: "More than two-thirds of our people morally and spiritually favor the 18th Amendment to the Constitution. In spite of the injudicious administration, which has resulted in an orgy of lawbreaking, of self-indulgence and ridicule on the part of the other one-third of our citizens, the foundation has been laid for a demonstration of race betterment and extension of life...

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