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April 16, 1949

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JAMA. 1949;139(16):1083. doi:10.1001/jama.1949.02900330035015

THE WISCONSIN MEDICAL BLUE BOOK  For a number of years the State Medical Society of Wisconsin has designated the January issue of its journal as the Medical Blue Book. Included are abstracts of the more important state licensure laws, articles on medicolegal subjects, discussions on operations to produce sterility, the relation of the physician to the workmen's compensation act, suggestions as to the content of leases for office space entered into by physicians, laws relating to the collection of accounts, malpractice, income tax requirements, the medical witness and expert testimony and a wide variety of other subjects. This year the Blue Book has been published as a permanent volume, containing information similar to that previously in the regular January issues of the journal. Such issues will hereafter be utilized as a supplement to the permanent volume, adding new information and bringing up to date the information contained in that volume.

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