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Index Veterinarius

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THE first number of the Index Veterinarius, covering the indexing done at the Imperial Bureau of Animal Health during the first quarter of 1933, will be issued during the summer. This work will be a complete index to publications relating to veterinary research and public health administration and education. An annual volume, which will be in crown quarto size, will run to about 1,600 pages; and a number, consisting of about 400 pages, will be issued each quarter. About 10,000 references will be indexed each year, each reference being suitably cross-indexed alphabetically both under the names of authors and subjects and, with cross-indexing, there will be about 50,000 insertions in a volume. The price of the Index is £4 a volume (four quarterly issues) including postage. Orders should be sent to the Imperial Bureau of Animal Health, Veterinary Laboratory, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Weybridge, Surrey, England.

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Index Veterinarius . Nature 131, 906 (1933). https://doi.org/10.1038/131906b0

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