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February 26, 1910

AUTOMOBILE DATA

JAMA. 1910;LIV(9):712. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550350048007

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Abstract

Many physicians are replying to the questions propounded on advertising page 47 of The Journal last week, and we appreciate their cooperation. We request any who may have overlooked or neglected the list of questions to reply now. These condensed experiences are desired not only from those who have had much to do with motor-cars, but also from those whose use of them has been limited or who have employed only horses. Typewritten numbered answers on separate paper are preferable, of course, but the blank is provided for the convenience of the busy practitioner. Each one who replies will receive (without the necessity of asking for it) the key containing the names of the machines described or mentioned in the Automobile Number.

International Veterinary Commission on Tuberculosis.  —The International Tuberculosis Commission selected by the American Veterinary Medical Association and consisting of practical dairymen, breeders and representatives from the government bureau

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