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May 27, 1893

THE CODE OF ETHICS.PRELIMINARY STATEMENT OF THE MINORITY OF THE COMMITTEE ON REVISION.

JAMA. 1893;XX(21):591-593. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420480019011

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Abstract

In a circular signed by the committee on revision, and published in The Journal, November 19, 1892, every member of the Association was requested " to study anew the Code of Ethics and the Constitution and then inform the chairman of the committee on the following points:

"1. Do you advise any change in these documents?

"2. If you advise a change, please state specifically what that change shall be. In answering, state the section or sections you would strike out, or add to, or amend. Kindly give the exact phraseology that would best meet your views in the changes you suggest."

In the same issue of The Journal, the present Code and Constitution were published in full for convenience of reference and study.

Four months after this notice was sent to the members of the Association the committee met for conference in Buffalo.

The number of letters received by the chairman indicating

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