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WAR CONFERENCE OF SECRETARIES OF THE CONSTITUENT STATE ASSOCIATIONS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Held at the Headquarters of the American Medical Association, April 30, 1918(Continued from page 1306)Below are continued the reports of the state secretaries at the war conference held in Chicago, April 30. The reports of the states in alphabetical order from Alabama to Missouri appeared last week:
Dr. E. J. Goodwin, Missouri, said: Missouri makes it unanimous so far as inability to accomplish anything harmoniously or coordinately, so far as definiteness of information is concerned. In spite of such difficulties, however, we have obtained our quota of applicants. I do not think they have all been commissioned. In St. Louis some work is being done, but not by the state organization. There has been no work conducted by the state organization in any part of the state. The state secretary has endeavored to
Association News. JAMA. 1918;70(19):1378-1380. doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600190034015