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May 31, 1884

Members by Application.

JAMA. 1884;II(22):610. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390450022003

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Abstract

—At the last meeting of the National Association action was taken for amending the constitution in such manner as to provide for the admission of members by application, in addition to the previous methods, as may be seen by reference to the minutes as given on page 573 of the present volume of the Journal (No. 21, May 24, 1884). Under the new provision any member of a State, County or local society, recognized by representation in the American Medical Association, who is himself in good standing in the local society to which he belongs, may become a member of the National Association, by making application in writing, and accompanying such application by a certificate of his good standing, signed by the President and Secretary of the Society to which he belongs, and the payment of five dollars membership fee. The amendment adopted does not specify the officer of the

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