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At the moment of going to press a circular has been received calling attention to the "American Medical Association Annual," and seeming to represent the Medical Association, soliciting advertisements.
It is proper to state that The Journal is the only official organ of the Association, and is alone authorized to receive advertisements in its interest.
The Board of Trustees has full control of The Journal, and as neither the Board, nor its special Committee on Management, nor its editor has any knowledge on this subject, we are at a loss to know upon what authority such solicitations are made.
It is certainly not the purpose of the Association to be related to advertisers in any other manner, than through its official organ—The Journal.
SPECIAL NOTICE. JAMA. 1889;XII(22):771. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400990015005
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