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November 8, 1902

Association News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(19):1196-1197. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480450046014

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Abstract

The Committee on Medical Legislation of the American Medical Association is: Dr. H. L. E. Johnson, Washington, D. C., chairman; Dr. Wm. H. Welch, Baltimore, and Dr. W. L. Rodman, Philadelphia. The auxiliary committee of the Committee on Medical Legislation is as follows:

Alabama—

Arkansas—Dr. Frank vinsonhaler, Little Rock; Alternate, Dr. C. Travis, Hot Springs.

Arizona—Dr. H. W. Fenner, Tucson.

California—Dr. Geo. H. Evans, San Francisco.

Colorado—Dr. Samuel D. Hopkins, Denver.

Connecticut—Dr. Max Mailhouse, New Haven.

Florida—Dr. Warren E. Anderson, Pensacola.

Georgia—Dr. Howard J. Williams, Macon.

Idaho—Dr. Robt. L. Nourse, Hailey, Idaho.

Indiana—Dr. W. N. Wishard, Indianapolis.

Indian Territory—

Illinois—Dr. Carl E. Black, Jacksonville.

Iowa—Dr. Van Buren Knott, Sioux City.

Kansas—Dr. R. A. Roberts, Kansas City.

Kentucky—Dr. J. N. McCormack, Bowling Green.

Louisiana—Dr. Chas. Chassaignac, 830 Canal St., New Orleans.

Maine—Dr. W. B. Moulton, Portland.

Maryland—Dr. John W. Chambers, Baltimore.

Massachusetts—Dr. J. F. A. Adams, Pittsfleld.

Michigan—

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