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January 19, 1924

Association News

JAMA. 1924;82(3):214. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650290044018

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Reduced Railroad Rates  The passenger associations of various sections of the United States have established a rate of one and one-half fare for the benefit of those who will attend the Seventy-Fifth Annual Session of the American Medical Association. The benefit of this rate will be extended to members of the Association and to members of their families who accompany them to Chicago. It will be necessary to purchase tickets to Chicago, paying the regular fare. At the time tickets are purchased, certificates must be secured from the railroad agents. These certificates must be validated by the Secretary of the Association and by railroad representatives at Chicago. After validation, the certificates will entitle holders to a rate of one-half fare for the return trip to their homes. Tickets for the occasion will be placed on sale in the extreme Far Western states not later than June 3;

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