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Comment on Association Proceedings.
—In connection with the proceedings of the Association of American Medical Colleges. published in this number, it is well to note a resolution adopted by the American Medical Association, which is farreaching in its effects. The resolution was introduced by Dr. Dudley S. Reynolds of Louisville, the president of the Judicial Council of the College Association; it was referred to the business committee, approved by it, and adopted with no opposition. (For resolution videJournal, July 9, p. 83.) This resolution practically makes a new qualification for membership for every County society in affiliation with the American Medical Association, since one cannot enjoy the full privileges of membership unless he is eligible to serving his society as a delegate to the American Medical Association, and it is a question whether the Association was competent to adopt it in this form, for it is, in effect, an
ASSOCIATION NEWS.. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(7):364–365. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450070042013