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May 28, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(22):688. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411260030014

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It is with much regret that we are obliged to announce that outside the boundaries of the Central and Michigan Traffic Associations, we have not been able to secure a better passenger rate than a fare and a third for the round trip to the Detroit meeting. In purchasing tickets delegates should obtain a certificate from the railroad agent. This certificate must then be countersigned by the Secretary of the Association at Detroit, which enables the holder to purchase a return ticket at the reduced rate.

Delegates from points west of Buffalo and Pittsburgh, and east of the Mississippi river, north of the Ohio river and south of the Great Lakes, will be able to obtain the single fare rate from their homes to Detroit and return, on dates during the week of the meeting.

In obtaining this concession from the Central and Michigan Traffic Associations, we had the practical

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