This number of The Journal contains the index to Volume LXV, July-December, 1915. If this were all the index contained, comment would be unnecessary. It is not, however, simply an index to the matter printed in The Journal, but covers also the articles that have appeared in the principal medical journals of the world — seventy-nine domestic and eighty-one foreign. It is a practical everyday working index to current medical literature, cross indexed by subjects, authors, etc. The preparation and issuing of such an inclusive index is a rather large undertaking. Those who have any idea of what this work means will appreciate this the more when it is realized that the index in this issue occupies 320 columns. Sometimes a doubt arises whether the index is fully appreciated by those who have occasion to look up bibliographic references. So many letters are received requesting The Journal to supply references
THE INDEX AND HOW TO USE IT. JAMA. 1915;LXV(26):2240. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02580260034016
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