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Matters of Medical Interest before Congress.
—April 21. Under instructions from the Committee on Printing, Representative Scales, of North Carolina, introduced a joint resolution into the House (which was passed) to the following effect:Whenever the Public Printer shall have received a sufficient number of orders for copies of the reports * * * of the Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion, * * * accompanied by the cost price thereof, with 10 per cent. additional to warrant, in his opinion, the expense of putting the plates to press, he shall cause an edition or editions thereof to be printed. Provided. That the number of copies thus at any time printed shall not exceed the number ordered and paid for in advance of publication.April 21. Senator Call, of Florida, submitted a resolution to the Senate (which was agreed to), as follows:Resolved, That the Committee on Public Printing be directed to report to the
FROM WASHINGTON. JAMA. 1884;II(19):529–530. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390420025008
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