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May 13, 1899


JAMA. 1899;XXXII(19):1065. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450460049013

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By reference to the "Association News" in this issue and in previous issues of the Journal (see pp. 843 and 1012) it will be seen that for a large part of the country a one-fare rate for the round trip has been arranged for by the committee on transportation. The Central Passenger and the Western Passenger Association have each granted a one-fare rate for the round trip, with the exception that the latter, that is, the Western Passenger Association adds $2 to each ticket. The territory covered by the Central Passenger Association is practically that bounded on the east by a line drawn from Toronto through Buffalo and Pittsburg; on the south by the Ohio River, including towns on both sides of the river; on the west by a line drawn from Chicago to Burlington, Iowa, and the Mississippi River between Burlington, St. Louis and Cairo. The Western Passenger Association

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