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May 3, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(18):1155-1161. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.62480180033001h

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A Committee on Constitution and By-Laws was recently appointed by the President of the American Medical Association, Dr. John A. Wyeth, in accordance with a resolution adopted at the meeting of the Association at St. Paul last June, to coöperate with the committees on reorganization that have been or may be appointed by the various state societies. There has been an expressed desire on the part of the officers, members and committees of nearly all the state societies to comply with the recommendations of the American Medical Association in regard to a more uniform organization of the state bodies. The committee has thought best to prepare a constitution and by-laws for state societies that shall incorporate the general principles recommended to and adopted by the American Medical Association and it submits below such constitution and by-laws.

The committee desires it to be understood that this is only suggestive. While it

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