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Dr. N. S. Davis:
—The second section of the Report of the Judicial Council of the American Medical Association, at its late meeting, announced that some tacts had come to its knowledge rendering it probable that the Cuyahoga County Medical Society had been derelict, in not requiring its members to observe the Code of Ethics.At the next meeting of the Society after the report was made public in the Association Journal, the committee now addressing you was chosen to present to the Council, through the pages of the Journal, an epitome of the Society's course in connection with the instances of the violation of the Code which have of late been acted upon by it, and which it is supposed have supplied the facts referred to in the Council's report.The Society numbers some eighty members, and it is not surprising that it should at times have
Cushing HK, Burton ED, Powell HH, et al. DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE.. JAMA. 1884;II(26):725. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390490025010
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