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The Registration Committee is exceedingly disappointed to be obliged to give up the plan of registering by mail. It was believed that by that plan the members would be saved a great annoyance and the work of the meeting of the Association very greatly facilitated. Accordingly the matter was brought to your notice in The Journal, the necessary blanks printed and forwarded to Chicago. Arrangements had been made with the editor of The Journal by which it was agreed that an enclosure should be sent to each member two weeks before the meeting, but at the last moment it was found by the editor that the postal regulations made it impossible to send such enclosures. We regret the fact, but experience thus learned shows us that next year the plan can be carried out by making certain modifications. The accommodations for registration at Detroit will be made as complete as
Inglis D. NOTICE FROM THE REGISTRATION COMMITTEE. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(23):719. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411270027013
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