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—The issue of the 26th number of volume three, dated December 27th, was delayed several days by the failure of a single galley of proof to be delivered at the proper time, through the postoffice. The list of names of Permanent Members published in compliance with the by-laws of the Association, every third year, also occupied two pages more than was expected, and consequently crowded out the few editorial paragraphs prepared for that number. The title page and very full index to the volume, which are so placed in the middle of the number that they can be readily removed and placed in front of the volume by the binder, and the convenience, for reference, of the complete list of members of the American Medical Association, will make the number a very valuable one, notwithstanding the absence of all ordinary reading matter. All but a very few of the papers
Explanation. JAMA. 1885;IV(1):18. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390760026003
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