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To the Editor:
—The committee appointed to secure funds for the Davis memorial feels assured that the medical profession is in a large degree ignorant of its scope and purpose. This committee was appointed at the Portland session of the Association and at once organized in the expectation of securing the fund promptly.The national disaster caused by the destruction of San Francisco induced the committee to defer its work in the interest of the medical profession of California. The financial crisis of two years ago was sufficient reason for causing a still further delay. The committee thinks that the time has now arrived for pushing its work to a completion. The committee has requested of the various state societies to take this matter actively in hand and name the sum which seems to them an equitable apportionment. The committee has suggested that half of the respective sums be furnished
Marcy HO. Davis Memorial Fund. JAMA. 1909;LIII(26):2172. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550260032007
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