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At the meeting of the American Medical Association held at Washington, in May, 1884, an amendment to Regulation II was adopted, which provides that membership in the Association shall be obtainable by any member of a State or County Medical Society recognized by the Association, upon application endorsed by the President and Secretary of said Society; and shall be retained so long as he shall remain in good standing in his local Society, and shall pay his annual dues to the Association. Hitherto attendance as a delegate at an annual meeting has been necessary in order to obtain such membership.
Application for membership, accompanied with Five Dollars, for annual dues, and the Certificate of Membership in the local Society, should be sent directly to the undersigned, on receipt of which the weekly Journal of the Association will be forwarded for one year.
Dunglison RJ. MEMBERSHIP BY APPLICATION. JAMA. 1885;V(5):139. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391040027012
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