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July 2, 1892

To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association:

JAMA. 1892;XIX(1):26. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420010032012

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In The Journal of June 25, is published a report of the proceedings of the meeting of June 8. In that report there is nothing said of my substitute or amendment to Dr. Willis P. King's motion in regard to the committee of five from the American Medical Association, and one of five from the New York State Medical Society. My amendment added five from the New York State Medical Association. It was carried. The report reads: After further discussion Dr. Gihon offered the following amendment to Dr. King's resolution, which was accepted by the latter. Then follows the resolution, in which the names of Drs.Potter and Vander Veer are mentioned. Their names were not mentioned in the original motion. It was so decided next day.

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