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August 9, 1902

THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS FOR COUNTY SOCIETIES.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(6):318-319. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480320030006

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Abstract

We print in this issue the proposed Constitution and By-laws for County Societies, prepared by the Committee which submitted the proposed Constitution and By-laws for State Societies. The fundamental principles on which the constitution is based are vital to the system of organization throughout the country, but, as explained in the preface by the Committee, some provisions are only suggestive and may be modified—as was the case with the state constitution—to suit local conditions. The proposed constitution, it is hoped, will meet with the same approval which has been so freely given to the Constitution for State Societies. The preface of the Committee makes longer comment unnecessary.

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