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May 11, 1940


JAMA. 1940;114(19):1887-1936. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810190049015

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NOTE.—  At the 1925 session of the Association, the House of Delegates suggested that all reports of officers, committees, etc., and resolutions to be brought before the House, if available, be published in advance of the session so as to permit careful consideration and discussion.—Ed.

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY  To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:The following annual report of the Secretary is respectfully submitted:

Membership  Within the last five years the membership of the American Medical Association was increased by more than 15,000. Toward the end of the year 1939 there were slightly more than 115,000 names on the membership list. On March 1, 1940, the number of enrolled members was 115,381, representing a gain of 3,171 since the same date in 1939. Gains in membership were recorded in forty-six constituent associations between March 1, 1939, and March 1,

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