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April 19, 1902

Association News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(16):1023-1025. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480160045031

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Abstract

Conference of the Committee on National Legislation of the American Medical Association.  The third annual conference of the Committee on National Legislation of the American Medical Association was called to order by the chairman, Dr. H. L. E. Johnson, at 9 a. m., April 10, at the Arlington Hotel, Washington, D. C. Twenty-four members were present. Dr. Emil Amberg, chairman of the Committee on Uniform Legislation on basis of uniform medical education, presented a report which was discussed very generally and after slight modification was unanimously adopted and approved, and on motion was referred to the House of Delegates at the Saratoga meeting. The Committee on State Medical Organization, Dr. Shinault, chairman, made a report of the work of that committee since the last conference. The report was further discussed by Drs. Bracken, Goff and others. The death of Dr. L. B. Tuckerman of Cleveland, Ohio, was announced, and Dr.

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