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BY A. S. V MANSFELDE, M.D., ASHLAND, NEB., SECRETARY OF THE NEBRASKA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY.
Editor Journal of the American Medical Association:
—In my forthcoming report to the Nebraska State Medical Society, the following will occur:In looking over the report of the Proceedings of our society, my attention was arrested by the following resolutions, incorporated in the report of the Committee on Foreign Correspondence, by its chairman, our efficient Corresponding Secretary, Dr. R. R. Livingston:Resolved, the President and two Secretaries of this Society are hereby empowered and required to designate suitable gentlemen, members of this Society, to represent all State medical societies with which this body has fraternal relations, and notify the proper officers of foreign societies of this action, requesting said foreign societies to designate suitable parties to represent this Society at their respective meetings, and that said foreign societies be requested to issue commissions
INTERCOMMUNICATION OF, STATE MEDICAL SOCIETIES.. JAMA. 1884;II(18):499. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390410023014