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The order of business at the annual meetings of the American Medical Association shall at all times be subject to the vote of three-fourths of all the members in attendance; and, until permanently altered, except when for a time suspended, it shall be as follows, namely:
The calling of the meeting to order by the President elected the preceding year, or, in his absence' by one of the Vice-Presidents.
The report of the Committee of Arrangements on the credentials of members, after the latter have registered their names and addresses, and the titles of the institutions which they represent.
The reception of members by invitation.
The election of permanent members.
The reading of notes from absentees.
The hearing of the annual address of the President.
The reception of the reports of all special committees and voluntary communications, and their reference to the appropriate Sections.
The appointment of the committee
BY-LAWS. I.—ORDER OF BUSINESS. JAMA. 1892;XIX(21):614–617. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420210020004
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