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February 13, 1892

Railroad Rates for Medical Association Meeting.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(7):208. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411110026016

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Abstract

—If the Transportation Committee of the American Medical Association has not as yet made final arrangements for a reduced railroad rate for the June meeting at Detroit, we would suggest that the necessary steps be taken as early as practicable. Mr. L. S. Allen, Assistant General Passenger Agent of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, whose office is in "The Rookery," in this city, would take pleasure in urging a low rate in Central Traffic Association territory, and Mr. Chas. O. Scull, the General Passenger Agent of the B. & O., whose address is Baltimore, Md., would be equally pleased to arrange such matters among the eastern lines. The B. & O. officials have always displayed a most liberal spirit in their dealings with the Association, and have granted all concessions consistent with the policy of their company.

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