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July 27, 1912

Association News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(4):292. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270070291023

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Abstract

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP1  At the Atlantic City session, the Board of Trustees announced that it had "modified the records of the membership and subscription departments so that these are now satisfactory to the Post-Office Department relative to second-class rates." This places the Association in position to transfer from the subscription list of The Journal to the membership roll of the Association those subscribers who can qualify as members. This work has been begun and about five hundred names have been added to the membership roll of the Association since the Atlantic City session. We want to add to the membership roll the name of every subscriber who (1) holds membership in the component society where he is engaged in practice, which includes affiliation with his constituent state association; (2) files a formal application for membership (the prescribed form will be printed from time to time in the advertising

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