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Number 1, Volume I, of this new journal is before us. It is published monthly by the New York State Medical Association and takes the place of the annual volume of transactions. The journal consists of twenty-four large double-column pages of reading matter, with eight advertising pages. It makes a good appearance and the committee in charge is to be congratulated on its efforts. This makes the third state body to publish a monthly journal in place of an annual volume, the other two being the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania and the Illinois State Medical Society. In each of these states the enterprise is giving satisfaction. It is certainly better to have a monthly journal go to each member than to have an annual volume and this to be placed on the shelf and soon covered with dust. Such a monthly journal gives an opportunity for the
NEW YORK STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(2):113. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470020041007
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