July 10, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXIX(2):92. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440280044011

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The International Medical Congress.  —A letter received from the Secretary-General of the twelfth International Medical Congress conveys the following information which is additional to that which has been published in the medical journals. As it is too late to send tickets to the American congressists, they are requested to send to the Secretary-General at Moscow their addresses in London or Berlin, or Vienna, or Paris, or to avail themselves of the National Committees in those cities, in order to receive their tickets and free passes over Russian railroads in those places. The free passes are valid from July 13 to September 13 over the following routes; Eydtkunen to Moscow, back; Moscow to St. Petersburg, or Moscow to Graniza, or Moscow to Odessa or vice versa; Graniza, Warsaw, Moscow and return by Moscow, St. Petersburg (or Odessa, or Eydtkunen, or Ungheni, or Alendrowo) or vice versa. Different lines going and returning

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