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JUDGE PROCTOR IMPOSES SENTENCE
Following the trial of the U. S. Government versus the American Medical Association and other defendants on charges of violating the Sherman Anti-Trust Act and their conviction by a jury April 4, Justice James M. Proctor of the District Court in Washington, D. C., on May 29, imposed a fine of $2,500 on the Association and a fine of $1,500 on the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. The defense counsel announced that an appeal to the higher courts would be filed. The proceedings of the trial were published in various issues of The Journal beginning February 15.
ADDRESSES BY OFFICIAL STAFF
Dr. W. W. Bauer:
June 20—University of New Hampshire, Durham.
Dr. Morris Fishbein:
June 17—Institute of Food Technologists, Pittsburgh.June 26—Iowa and Illinois Central District Medical Association, Davenport, Iowa.
Dr. Frank H. Lahey:
June 9—Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.June 11—Testimonial
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1941;116(23):2604–2605. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820230048017
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