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October 28, 1899

Association News.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(18):1116. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450700060028

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Abstract

Committee on National Legislation.  —The committee of the American Medical Association on National Legislation, appointed at the Columbus Meeting, consisting of Dr. H. L. E. Johnson of Washington, D. C., chairman; Dr. Welch of Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, and Dr. Wm. L. Rodman of Philadelphia, will shortly hold a preliminary meeting to map out the policy of the Committee for the coming year in keeping with the resolution of the Association, viz.: "Resolved, That the Special Committee on Legislation be authorized to invite, in the name of the American Medical Association, the Army Medical Service, the Navy Medical Service, the Marine-Hospital Service, and each state society of legally qualified practitioners of medicine, to send one delegate each, to a conference to be held at Washington, D. C., at such time as the Committee may determine; such conference to consider the medical and sanitary legislation now pending, and the members to report

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