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April 25, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVI(17):601-602. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410690025007

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Don't fail to Send Delegates to the meeting at Washington. Every local medical society in the United States, which is in affiliation with the Association is entitled to representation in that body and to a voice in its proceedings. Simply see to it that delegates are elected; that they are furnished with credentials, and that they attend and represent their constituencies in the coming meeting. Let the Permanent Members go as Delegates also. The advantage of a delegate is this: When the discussion of a question is ended the Delegate can vote, the Permanent Member can not. In the decision of the important questions now pending, votes alone will tell! Let every section of the Union send its full quota of Delegates.

How to Secure Return Tickets.  —Persons desirous of securing commutation rates upon return tickets from Washington, must note the following requirements:1. A certificate must be obtained at the

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