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June 25, 1892

BY-LAW IV OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.The Publication of Papers and Reports.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(26):819. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411300023004

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Abstract

No report or other paper shall be entitled to publication in the volume for the year in which it shall be presented to the Association, unless it be placed in the hands of the Board of Trustees on or before the first day of July. It must also be so prepared as to require no material alteration or addition at the hands of its author.

Authors of papers are required to return their proofs within two weeks after their reception; otherwise they will be passed over and omitted from the volume.

Every paper received by this Association and ordered to be published, and all plates or other means of illustration, shall be considered the exclusive property of the Association, and shall be published and sold for the exclusive benefit of the Association.

The Board of Trustees shall have full discretionary power to omit from the published Transactions, in part or

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