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June 4, 1904

Association News.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(23):1507. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490680047022

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The Deposit of Railroad Tickets—Instructions for Registration.  On arrival in Atlantic City or soon thereafter, members and any others who travel on the excursion tickets should leave their tickets with Mr. H. C. Blye, joint agent, at Morris Guards' Armory, 12 South New York Avenue, Atlantic City. On the day of departure, and not before, the ticket is to be claimed, and will then be signed by the joint agent. Tickets not thus deposited and signed will not be good for return passage.On reaching Philadelphia, if stopover is desired, the ticket must be deposited in Philadelphia and taken up again on the day of departure. In any case, the holder must start on the homeward journey from Philadelphia June 13. There is a possibility that arrangements may be made for extension of time, but this is not probable enough to be depended on.The latest

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