The lively hope expressed by our President at the Association's Commemoration Dinner on July 15 that the Report of the Royal Commission would recommend the abolition of the many anomalies and the relaxation of the legal restrictions which had for nearly a century handicapped the progress of psychiatry in England and Wales, has in a large measure been realized now that the Report is available to anyone who chooses to apply at H.M. Stationery Office—price 3s. 6d. At the same function the Rt. Hon. Hugh Macmillan, K.C., in a witty and cheerful speech, struck a vein of hopefulness respecting the future of psychiatry, as did also the speech of Sir Arthur Robinson.
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