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Two years ago when the Association met in Nashville, a resolution was offered which had for its purpose the adoption of such a by-law as might be necessary in order to affect a closer unification of the State Societies with the American Medical Association than now exists. Under the rules this went over for a year before action could be taken. Last year when the subject came up in order, the President was directed to appoint a committee to formulate such a plan as might seem proper and practical. Through an oversight this committee was not appointed, but on account of this informality so important a subject as this should not be allowed to drop out of sight, but may very properly be presented at the ensuing meeting, by Dr. N. S. Davis, who was the mover of the motion to appoint the Committee.
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THE STATE SOCIETIES. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(22):687. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411260029012
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