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As we issue a large extra edition of the present nnmber of The Journal for general circulation to members of the profession in all parts of the country, we have presented all that we could gather at this date of direct interest to members of the Association, concerning the programme of work, both in general session and in the Sections, and the reductions in railroad fares and hotel charges so far authorized. The programme is incomplete, and it is desirable that further reports of papers and contributors should be forwarded to the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements as early as possible. The indications thus far point to a large meeting, and one of the most important that has been held in many years. The promised liberal reduction in railroad and hotel charges, and the central position of the place of meeting and its easy access from all directions, are
THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AND THE JOURNAL.. JAMA. 1887;VIII(19):522–523. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391440018007
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