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June 14, 1884

Membership Dues and Subscriptions.

JAMA. 1884;II(24):664-665. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390470020006

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Abstract

—Under the head of Miscellaneous matter will be found a standing official notice on this subject by the Treasurer. As there stated, all membership dues should be paid to the Treasurer of the Association; and if not paid at the annual meeting, they should be remitted by mail to him (Rich. J. Dunglison, M.D., Lock Box 1274, Philadelphia, Pa.). If members fail to pay their dues for three years in succession, after due notice from the Secretary, they lose their membership. And if a member fails to pay his dues for one or two years, he cannot retain his membership by simply paying the dues for the third year; but the arrearages for all the years must be paid. We call attention to this, because the Association took direct action on the subject at its recent meeting, and left no discretion with the Treasurer in relation to the construction of

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