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REPORTS OF OFFICERS

JAMA. 1960;172(16):1833-1837. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020160105016.
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REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:  The following report of the Board of Trustees is respectfully submitted.

Financial Statement  The official 1959 financial reports of the Association's Accountants appear as part of this report.

Report on Matters Referred by House of Delegates 

American Medical Association Publications:  At its Dallas meeting (December 1959) the House of Delegates adopted Resolution #2, introduced by Dr. Scarcello of Massachusetts, which requested the Board of Trustees to investigate the advisability and feasibility of making the various publications of the A. M. A. available to libraries of constituent state and local medical societies, of approved medical schools, and of accredited hospitals, without charge or at reduced cost.At the present time the following libraries are receiving complimentary copies of the A. M. A. News:Constitutent state medical societies—53Component medical societies—197Approved medical

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