Excerpt from The Journal of the Allied Societies, Vol. 6: March, 1911
A Committee was appointed to take this address into con sideration. This Committee consisted of three members and its report is quite lengthy. It seems to have considered the Presi dent's allusion to Stomatology as, by far, the most important sec tion of the address, and it therefore devoted much space to its consideration, which is in part as follows: Your Committee feels that the references made in the President's address to the Stomatological movement are both timely and pertinent. Your Committee fails to see any justification whatever for the existence of a specialty of medicine to be designated as Stomato logy, and winds up the consideration of this subject in this wise. In view of the general agitation of this matter, it appears to your Committee to be an opportune occasion for the National Dental Association to place itself clearly on record before the world as to its position in regard to this important question, and to give its moral support and aid to those organized bodies of our profession throughout the world, who in their various localities are at present contending with the activities of the stomatological fetish.
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