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April 30, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLII(18):1144. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490630030004

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Considerable space in this issue is taken up with matter relating especially to Atlantic City and to the coming session of the American Medical Association, including the programs of the sections. The promise for a large meeting is greater than for any previous year. The fact that the railroad rates are so favorable will certainly encourage many to attend who would not otherwise think of doing so. Never before has the Association had better than one and one-third rates when meeting in the territory of the Trunk Line Association. This year, however, the rates are one fare for the round trip, plus $1.00, which will make the traveling expenses, even for those who have to go a long distance, comparatively low.

In the matter of hotels, no place offers better inducements than Atlantic City. Those who desire to economize will find good hotels at moderate prices, and those who want

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