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JAMA. 1942;118(17):1459-1502. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830170037015.
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NOTE.—  At the 1925 session of the Association, the House of Delegates suggested that all reports of officers, comm'ttees, etc., and resolutions to be brought before the House, if available, be published in advance oi the session so as to permit careful consideration and discussion.—Ed.


To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:  The following annual report of the Secretary is respectfully submitted:

Membership  The official membership list of the American Medical Association as of April 1, 1942 included the names of 120,701 physicians as compared with 118,441 enrolled members on the corresponding date in 1941. The deaths of 1,824 members were recorded in 1941.The usual tabulation pertaining to the organization of constituent state and territorial medical associations, the total number of counties, the number of component county medical societies, the number of unorganized counties and the number of physicians as shown by the latest available information is included as a part of this report. The accompanying table also reflects the number of members on April 1, 1941 and on April 1, 1942 as reported by each constituent state and territorial


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