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July 25, 1896

THE JOURNAL ITSELF.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(4):215. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430820043006

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Abstract

Owing to the increase in the number of pages of the Journal and the larger issue, we are obliged to go to press earlier than heretofore. We therefore request correspondents to send their communications so as to reach us not later than Tuesday instead of Wednesday as heretofore. We herewith append the detailed statement of the circulation for the last six months:

Our members should be reminded that the Treasurer, Henry P. Newman, M.D., Venetian Building, Chicago, is ready to receive the annual dues; and to those not present at the Atlanta meeting, who have not already responded to the Treasurer's call, we wish to remind them that their great weekly costs vastly more money than it did a few years ago, and that prompt payment of dues and subscriptions are more than ever necessary. Let every member help us obtain a new member, and we can celebrate the semicentennial

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