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May 21, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(21):651. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411250021003

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To the Members of the American Medical Association:  —The committee on registration desires to have the coming Detroit meeting remembered as one of uninterrupted pleasure.It will be no pleasure to you to stand in a long line waiting to be registered just at the time when you will want to be engaged in the work or pleasures of the meeting. You can avoid all that by registering by mail.You will have the proper blanks sent you in a few days. When you receive them fill them out, enclose your fee and credentials and then, when you reach Detroit, by applying at the Association post-office you will receive AT ONCE your receipt and membership card. Don't forget to register by mail.David Inglis,Chairman Registration Com.

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