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NEW ORLEANS COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Meeting held in the rooms of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, New Orleans, Jan. 26, 1903. [Abstract from the New Orleans Med. and Surg. Jour. of February.]There were present with the Committee of Arrangements Drs. Frank Billings and George H. Simmons, President and Secretary of the American Medical Association.
Reports on Finance, New Membership and Entertainment.
Dr. Callan, chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that subscriptions had been received aggregating $2,910 from physicians and $435 unsolicited from laymen. Of the physicians in the city but 2 had refused to contribute, 47 had not been seen, 18 were to answer later, and 197 had contributed sums ranging from $5 to $100; $259 in cash has already been collected. The subscriptions are due March 1, 1903. The committee'is still continuing the work, and intends soliciting subscriptions from the physicians of Louisiana.Dr. F. W. Parham, chairman
Association News.. JAMA. 1903;XL(6):392-394. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490060046018