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October 18, 1902

Association News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(16):997-998. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480420049016

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Rush Monument Fund.  —The report of the Committee on the Rush Monument Fund was called for at the first meeting of the House of Delegates at the Saratoga session of the American Medical Association, but no one representing the committee being present it was passed and inadvertently not called for later. The following report from the treasurer has been sent in for publication:There should be added to the amount given by the treasurer the sum of $2000 held by the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, which society is ready to turn over this amount, with interest, as we understand it, as soon as we are ready to erect the monument.

Rules Governing Senn Medal Competition.  The Committee on the Senn Medal beg leave to call attention to the following conditions governing the competition for this medal for 1903: 1. A gold medal of suitable design is to