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At the session of the American Medical Association held in Detroit, Mich., June 7, 1892, it was
Resolved, "That the President appoint a Committee of five to whom the Code of Ethics of this Association shall be referred for such changes or amendments as they may deem it wise to recommend, if they should decide that any change is required.
Resolved, "That this committee be instructed to determine and report to this Association for action thereon at its next annual meeting, such changes in its By-Laws or Constitution as in their judgment will properly liberalize the relations of this Association to the great body of the Medical Profession."
The Committee appointed was Henry D. Holton, Chairman, of Brattleboro, Vermont; H. D. Didama, Syracuse, N. Y.; Leartus Connor, Detroit, Mich.; Daniel T. Nelson, Chicago, Ill.; and Benjamin Lee, Philadelphia.
In order to perform its duties intelligently, this Committee desires that every
THE CODE OF ETHICS, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1892;XIX(21):605–612. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420210011002
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