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November 4, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(19):701-702. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420710029011

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This Society lately held its eightieth annual meeting at Rutland. It was largely attended, and made prominent by the number of new members whojoined. There are about four hundred and fifty regular practicing physicians in the State, two hundred of whom are active members of the State Society. Great efforts are being made to have every physician in the State join.

The Secretary, Dr. Hawley of Burlington, in his admirable report, after calling attention to the needs and advantages of an active membership in the State Society, refers to the National Association as follows: " I feel it a duty to call attention to the American Medical Association, as the great leading Society of this country; one that we should support in every way with hearty zeal and interest. Its officers, Journal and editors are representative men, whose work we should be familiar with. We should join as members and receive

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