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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONProceedings of the Fifty-fifth Annual Session, held at Atlantic City, N. J., June 7-10, 1904. (Continued from Page 1582.)

JAMA. 1904;XLII(25):1634-1650. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490700034016.
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Third Meeting—Tuesday, June 7.  Dr. John B. Roberts of Philadelphia, in the absence of President Musser, was elected temporary chairman.The House was called to order at 2:15 p. m.

Resolutions on National Incorporation.  Dr. T. J. Happel presented the following resolutions as summarizing the action of the joint committee (see page 1581), which consisted of the Committee on National Legislation, the Reference Committee on Medical Legislation, and the Board of Trustees, with reference to national incorporation:Resolved, That the Board of Trustees be, and hereby is, instructed to make such changes in the present charter as may become necessary or desirable owing to changes which have been made in the Constitution and By laws; andResolved, That the Committee on National Incorporation, together with the Board of Trustees, be, and hereby is, instructed to secure from Congress, if possible, a suitable and desirable national charter.


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