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The President, Dr. L. S. Pilcher, in his address delivered at the annual meeting in Albany, February 7, referred to the American Medical Association as follows:
The American Medical Association and State Representation.
—I have the pleasure of presenting to this Society at this time a communication from Dr. William B. Atkinson, Permanent Secretary of the American Medical Association, transmitting a resolution adopted by that Association at its session held in Detroit, June, 1892, appointing a committee of five, instructed to meet a like committee from the State Medical Society of New York, and the State Medical Association of New York, for the purpose of adjusting all questions of eligibility of members of the State Medical Society of New York to membership in that Association, and notifying this Society that the committee had been appointed, consisting of Drs. N. S. Davis, of Illinois; John H. Rauch, of Illinois; William T.
Sutherland C. THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. JAMA. 1893;XX(7):191–192. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420340025010
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