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Veterinary Publications

    Naturevolume 131page615 (1933) | Download Citation



    WITH the January number (vol. 3, No. 1) the Veterinary Bulletin enters upon the third annual volume. A regular monthly issue, begun with vol. 2, will be continued, and by some adjustment of the lay-out of the pages more space will be available for a larger number of abstracts. In this first number, a list is given of the publications from which abstracts will be selected. The Veterinary Bulletin is published by the Imperial Bureau of Animal Health, Veterinary Laboratory, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Weybridge, Surrey, the annual subscription being £2. The Imperial Bureau of Animal Health also proposes to issue, should adequate support be forthcoming, under the title Index Veterinarius, a complete index to publications relating to veterinary research, administration, etc. An annual volume in crown quarto size would run to about 1,600 pages and a number, consisting of about 400 pages, would be issued each quarter. The Index would be prepared on a Gestetner duplicator: the sheets printed on one side only, clear to read, and adequately glued, stitched, and bound. About 10,000 references would be indexed each year, with cross-indexing. Th,e price would be £4 the annual volume, including postage.

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