The Press: Medicine's Journal

The annual report which the officers of the American Medical Association submitted to their 101,754 members last week demonstrated that that high-minded body is a profitable publishing concern. It publishes the semi-learned Journal of the American Medical Association, popular Hygeia, eight learned special journals, a Quarterly Cumulative Index Medicus and the American Medical Directory. The A. M. A. also operates a co-operative medical advertising bureau for 32 State medical journals.

Commissions from the advertising bureau earned the A. M. A. $26,224 last year. The Directory sold 8,280 copies at $15 each since...

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