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Our Journal in common with all other publications is now paying abnormally high prices for paper, supplies, labor and postage. In addition, letter postage has increased 50 per cent. To offset these extra expenses, it is necessary to economize wherever possible. Under the new postage rate the cost for sending the customary bills for Fellowship and subscriptions and later receipts would total over $4,000.00. One half of this can be saved if each Fellow and subscriber will remit without being individually notified by mail. It is believed that many will gladly do this. Under the circumstances, such notification will not be sent on the first of the year as heretofore. In lieu thereof, a remittance slip is inserted in this issue of The Journal. It is hoped that Fellows and subscribers will cooperate in this effort for economy and accept the remittance slip in place of the annual bill sent
PRACTICAL ECONOMY. JAMA. 1917;LXIX(25):2116. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590520038014