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January 15, 1898

THE JOURNAL AND THE ASSOCIATION.

JAMA. 1898;XXX(3):157-158. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440550045009

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Abstract

The Journal of the American Medical Association began its new year with an increased number of pages, and proposes to continue to furnish the same amount of reading pages throughout the year, thus putting it a safe distance ahead of all its American contemporaries.

A new press has been purchased and is now in operation. The vast amount of MSS. now in the office awaiting publication will, we trust, be reached much earlier, although the members must be aware that it is a manifest impossibility to make use of all the valuable material that comes in to the office, even with the increased number of pages.

The growth of the Association during the past year has not been exceeded by its growth in any previous year, and all that is now needed to maintain it in a healthy condition is, that the members shall once more come to the front,

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