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June 3, 1939


JAMA. 1939;112(22):2289. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800220055015

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On May 25 and 26 representatives of the American Medical Association appeared before the subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Education and Labor in the Senate Office Building in Washington to present the point of view of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association relative to this proposed legislation (see Proceedings of the St. Louis session, this issue, page 2295). Preliminary to the hearings, a day was given over to consideration of the material to be presented and the manner of presentation. The first statement was made by Dr. Rock Sleyster, President of the Association. Dr. Edward H. Cary, Chairman of the Legislative Committee, presented the various speakers to the Senate Committee. Dr. Walter Donaldson offered the report adopted without a dissenting vote by the House of Delegates, after which the factual data of medical care were outlined by Dr. R. G. Leland, Director of the Bureau of

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