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June 13, 1885


JAMA. 1885;IV(24):665. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390990021005

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It should be remembered by all members of the American Medical Association, that the office of publication here is dependent upon the Treasurer of the Association, for the names and address of all members who are entitled to receive the Journal on account of their membership. No one but the Treasurer has the record of the annual payment of dues, whether at the annual meetings or in the interval between such meetings. Those who become members by proper application to the Treasurer at any season of the year, usually have their names transmitted to us within a few days, and we commence sending them the Journal immediately. But at each annual meeting of the Association, there are from two to four hundred names registered as new members, and they are indiscriminately interspersed with the names of several hundred old members. Consequently, it takes a little time after each annual meeting

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