– American Institute of Homoeopathy, 65th Session, 1910,

1st. That the best proven remedies are the more frequently selected, thus indicating an imperfection in the system.
 2d. That five or ten well selected and prominent symptoms frequently give the same remedy selection as when from fifty to one hundred slips are selected.
 3d. That in all chronic cases Sulphur and Psorinum are the more frequently indicated.
 4th. That even in the most careful selection results do not always indicate that the repertory has given the right remedy.
 5th. The off-hand prescribing and the repertory will frequently make the same choice of a remedy.
 6th. That as far as I am able to judge, the confidence of my patient is not shaken by my use of the repertory in their presence.
 7th. By being attentive to your symptoms and noting the remedy selected, the more one uses the repertory the more efficient off-hand prescriber one becomes.
 8th. That while I consider the repertory many times is of great assistance, it appeals to me that a perfectly reliable repertory can be compiled only after remedies entering into the compilation have been proven in as equally a complete and systematic manner. – Smith, in the Clinique. 

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