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September 29, 1888


JAMA. 1888;XI(13):456. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400650024007

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Some of the subscribers to The Journal always pay promptly each year, others generally delay until they receive a bill from this office indicating their indebtedness; and there are always a few on our books who, notwithstanding the receipt of one or two bills each year, still allow their accounts to run two or even three years, until their individual indebtedness amounts to $10 or $15. During the present month, it being near the end of the first quarter of the Journal year, we authorized the clerk to send out bills as usual to all such as had not paid for the current year, simply indicating the amount of their indebtedness. For the few whose amounts had remained unpaid two or more years a special note was prepared which, after stating the amount of their indebtedness, directly requested them to remit the amount without further delay, or else notify us

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