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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ON TRIAL

JAMA. 1941;116(17):1971-1976. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820170089016.
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March 25—Morning 

The Court:—  I might say to the jury that Mr. Leahy is sick today; he will get out tomorrow. Counsel is going on with some matters meanwhile.

TESTIMONY OF J. FRANCIS MOORE 

DIRECT EXAMINATION  By Mr. Burke:J. Francis Moore said he had brought some documents of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board which were subpoenaed.

THE BY-LAWS OF GROUP HEALTH ASSOCIATION  Mr. Richardson then read the entire by-laws of Group Health Assn., Inc. beginning with "Article III. This dealt with Membership Meetings and was amended May 25, 1937.Sections 2 and 3 also dealt with meetings and had been amended May 25, 1937.Sections 4 and 5 dealt with election of the Board of Trustees. Section 6 dealt with the right to vote and had been amended in May 1937 and in May 1938.Section 7 described a quorum."Article IV dealt

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