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August 6, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLIII(6):407. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500060043008

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The American Medical Association's 1905 session at Portland, Oregon, is to be preceded—as a western coast medical convention—by that of the Canadian Medical Association at Vancouver, B. C., August 23 to 26, 1904. For the latter event a round trip rate is announced from Toronto of $62.40; from Chicago, $61.00; St. Paul, $50.00, and tickets will be good going out over the Canadian Pacific and to return inside of sixty days over the Northern Pacific, Great Northern or the Union Pacific. A good program has been arranged, as well as many pleasant excursions and side trips. The sixty-day limit of the ticket and the provision for return by one of several routes suggest some interesting features that may be arranged for the Portland Session of the American Medical Association in 1905. It would have been a very interesting occurrence if the Canadian Medical Association and the American Medical Association had

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