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May 4, 1935


JAMA. 1935;104(18):1636. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760180068015

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In this issue of The Journal appear the reports of the various officers, bureaus and committees of the American Medical Association, which by action of the House of Delegates are published one month in advance of the annual session in order that the members of the Association and the delegates may be informed concerning the activities of the Association during the year. Attention is called particularly to the statement of policy adopted by the House of Delegates at the special session in February, which constitutes today the policy of the American Medical Association on the subject of sickness insurance and economic security. This report appears on page 1608.

It will be seen from the Treasurer's and Auditor's reports that the finances of the Association are in excellent condition and that the number of members and of Fellows has increased over the number enrolled in the preceding year. Thus far the

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