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November 11, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(20):747. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420720031017

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Change of Date of Meeting.—Official Notice.  —In order to enable the State Medical Societies to send instructions as to their action upon the matter referred to them by the American Medical Association at its recent meeting at Milwaukee, and for other reasons, the time of meeting of the Association at San Francisco, has been changed from the first Tuesday in May to the first Tuesday in June, 1894. William B. Atkinson, Jas. F. Hibberd,Permanent Secretary. President-Elect.

How can it be Accomplished?  —It is not only feasible but possible that the American Medical Association should in the near future be the grand central organization of the medical profession of the United States, and yield an influence that only a central body can, even as much as the British Medical Association does in Great Britain.There are too many societies under big sounding titles, which ought to be consolidated under some

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