Medicine: British Doctors

Lord Dawson of Penn ended his processional across Canada (TIME, Sept. 1) at Winnipeg last week. Some 400 other British doctors, 900 Canadians and 200 U. S. doctors reached there at the same time. Thereupon President William Harvey Smith of the Canadian Medical Association closed that body's 61st convention, which this year was unimportant, and opened the notable 98th convention of the British Medical Association. In the course of that organization's ceremonies he was installed as its president, succeeding Professor Arthur H. Burgess of Manchester,...

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