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Elkins, W. Va., Aug. 10, 1902.
To the Editor:
—As with the model of a constitution and by-laws for the reorganized state societies, so with the one now proposed for county societies, the committee has done its work well and deserves the thanks of the profession. Apart from the fact that it has contributed much toward a more uniform manner of organization of the different state associations, it has materially hastened their reorganization and has enabled many of them to materialize the suggestions of the American Medical Association even before one year has transpired from the time they were first made. Speaking for my own state, I can say that it is, at least in part, owing to the work of that committee that it is able to boast to-day of having been the first one to reorganize on the lines raid down by the American Medical Association at its
Golden WW. The Proposed Constitution and By-Laws for County Societies—A Suggestion.. JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(7):385. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480330039013
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