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"Rule I. The Congress will consist of such members of the regular medical profession as shall have registered and taken out their ticket of admission, and of such other scientific men as the Executive Committee of the Congress shall deem desirable to admit. The dues of membership for residents of the United States will be ten dollars ($10). There will be no dues for members residing in other countries. Each member will be entitled to receive a copy of the Transactions of the Congress when published by the Executive Committee."
This rule, plainly defining the conditions for acquiring membership and participation in the approaching International Medical Congress, was adopted and published in English, French and German, in Circular No. 1, issued and widely distributed in both this country and Europe by the Executive Committee more than two years ago. It was repeated in Circular No. 2, issued in July, 1886,
CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP IN THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS.. JAMA. 1887;IX(2):48. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400010032006
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