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January 20, 1940

SUBSCRIPTION AND FELLOWSHIP DUES

JAMA. 1940;114(3):250. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810030050013

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Abstract

Those who have not paid their 1940 Fellowship dues are reminded that a colored remittance slip was inserted in last week's issue of The Journal. It served as an invoice so that the expense of sending personal bills might be avoided. Those who have already remitted should naturally disregard the slip. However, those who have not yet paid the 1940 dues will find it a convenient method of remitting. The slip is cut to form an envelop when folded and sealed, and requires no postage. It can readily be found in last week's copy of The Journal.

Included on the slip is a list of other periodicals published by the Association. Subscriptions to any of these special journals or to Hygeia, the Health Magazine, can be conveniently included with remittance for Fellowship or The Journal subscription.

THE PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION  The American Medical Association advocates:

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