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Several weeks ago, the bills for 1933 dues were mailed to each Fellow and subscriber of The Journal. The readiness with which payments have been made is not only gratifying but significant. The number of remittances received actually exceeds those of last year at this time, a fact which indicates the esteem in which physicians hold Fellowship in the Association and the value they attach to The Journal. For the convenience of those who have not yet paid their 1933 dues, a colored slip is enclosed in this issue. It is a statement, cut in such a form and glued so that when folded a convenient "business reply" envelop is formed, requiring no addressing nor stamps. That The Journal will be as vitally necessary to the physician during the coming year as during the past is indicated by the fact that already more than a hundred articles of great importance
1933 DUES PAYABLE. JAMA. 1933;100(2):118. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740020036012
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