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May 18, 1901


JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(20):1401. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470200041006

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Attention is especially called to the report of the Committee on Transportation, concerning the coming meeting of the Association, printed in the last and this week's issue of The Journal. It will be seen that this year the Association has been treated in an unusually favorable manner by the various passenger associations, the Western having granted a rate of one fare and $2 for the round trip for its entire territory, and the Trunk Lines and New England Passenger Associations a rate of one fare and a third. The rulings of the Central Passenger Association, as announced this week, have been changed and the more favorable rate of one fare plus $2 granted. The time limits too are unusually favorable this year, extending to July 15, and so allowing ample time for the proposed excursion to the Yellowstone National Park immediately following the meeting. It is still hoped that concessions

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