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December 3, 1892

THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGES.

JAMA. 1892;XIX(23):664. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420230014001a

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Abstract

The recent Convention of representatives of the Southern Medical Colleges, held in Louisville, and the wide spread interest in this subject makes it pertinent at this time for THE JOURNAL to publish the proceedings of the meeting of The Association of American Medical Colleges, held in Detroit June 8, including the Constitution of that organization.

CONSTITUTION.

ARTICLE 1.

This Association shall be known as the ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGES.

ARTICLE 2.

§ 1. Colleges adopting and observing the rules of this Association, as herein provided, shall be eligible to membership. Each college shall be entitled to one representative at all the meetings of the Association.

§ 2. Colleges desiring membership in this Association, shall make written application to the Secretary, officially signed, and pay to the Treasurer of this Association the sum of five dollars ($5), annually, in advance.

ARTICLE 3.

§ 1. Members of this Association shall require

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