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Trenton, Tenn., Sept. 12, 1898.
To the Editor:
—I have before me Dr. D. S. Reynolds' reply to my note on page 547 of the Journal. When I presided over the Association in Denver, I acted then in my official capacity; now I am only a member of the American Medical Association, and as such have a right to criticise any of its actions. In the hurry of business, a presiding officer puts such motions as are made, if they are not plainly out of order, when no point of order is made against them, just as was done in the resolutions offered by Dr. Hare in regard to the admission of the members from the State of New York, who were not in affiliation with the recognized Society in that State. The question was discussed at some length before the point of order was made against it that it
Happel TJ. The Association and the Colleges. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(13):735. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450130057010
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