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Explanation of the Bound Volumes of Proceedings of the Sections at the Annual Sessions.Those who wish Transactions of any of the sections of the 1907, Atlantic City, session should order them at once. For the benefit of those who are not informed on the subject, it may be stated that the "Transactions" of a section of the American Medical Association contain the papers read before that section at the annual session, with illustrations and the discussions, and are bound in cloth, making a handsome volume for preservation in the library. The various sections are named on advertising page 4 of this issue. Each section volume is separate. Since only enough books are printed to supply the demand, many physicians, who have not attended the Association sessions, or who have neglected to send in their subscriptions before the books were published, have been disappointed in not being able
Association News. JAMA. 1907;XLIX(1):74-83. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530010078026