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July 18, 1891

Inter-Continental American Medical Congress.

JAMA. 1891;XVII(3):121. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410810037009

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Abstract

At the regular quarterly meeting of the Golden Belt Medical Society, of Kansas, held in Junction City, Kansas, July 3d, 1891, Dr. W. B. Dewees, President of the Golden Belt, having been appointed a member of the Auxiliary Committee of the Inter Continental American Medical Congress, presented the following resolutions, which were passed unanimously:

Resolved, That this society heartily approve of the permanent organization of the Inter-Continental American Medical Congress, believing it to be of material benefit in promoting the interests and welfare of the medical profession of America.

Resolved, That the members of this society will do all in their power to promote the interests and welfare of the Congress.

Resolved, That the Secretary of this society is hereby instructed to forward a copy of these resolutions to the Kansas Medical Journal and The Journal of the American Medical Association for publication.

Secretary Golden Belt Medical Society. Salina, Kansas,

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