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—All delegates and members of the Association intending to attend the meeting in Washington on the first Tuesday in May, will find matter of interest to them under the head of special notices in another column of this journal.
Is IT consistent with the By-laws for officers and members of the Association to furnish copies of the addresses, reports, and papers they may present at the annual meetings, to such medical journals as they choose, or to the daily secular press?
We answer this question by copying, for the information of all parties, the following paragraph from Section IV of the By-laws:
" Every paper received by this Association and ordered to be published, and all plates or other means of illustration, shall be considered the exclusive property of the Association, and shall be published and sold for the exclusive benefit of the Association." (See Trans. Vol. 33, p. 628.)
Railroad Fare to Washington. JAMA. 1884;II(16):434. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390390014007
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