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To the Medical Profession of the State of New York:
After correspondence on the subject with members of the Joint Conference Committee and others, more especially on the society side, I have been requested, as chairman of the committee which has had this work in charge from its inception, to prepare for publication an explanation of the plan of organization for state and county societies which has been so generally adopted in the last two or three years. As the plan was prepared and is recommended for universal adoption, is already in satisfactory operation in 32 states and in over 1,500 counties, and is likely to be adopted in nearly all of the other states as soon as their annual meetings occur, as the subject is one of interest at this time to every member and well-wisher of our profession, and more especially as the preparation of the plan for
McCORMACK JN. A PLEA FOR UNIFICATION AND UNIFORM ORGANIZATION.. JAMA. 1904;XLII(3):166-168. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92490480028001i