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May 14, 1892

RAILROAD RATES.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(20):625-626. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411240025007

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Abstract

As the last form of last week's issue of The Journal was going to the press room we received information that the Central Traffic Association had granted our request for a single fare for round trip tickets to the Detroit meeting. The importance of this can scarcely be overestimated. As it actually means, to go or not to go on the part of very many who would like to attend the great Annual Meeting of our National Association. To others it means an ability to take a wife, or perhaps an entire family to see one of the most beautiful cities on our Continent.

To the medical profession of Detroit and the whole State of Michigan, it means an additional enlargement of an already expanded heart. Of this trouble we are not lying awake at nights and worrying about. Neither need our readers give themselves undue anxiety, for the real

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