National Geographic : 1891 Apr 1
314 National Geographic Magazine. page shall bear a signature mark giving an abbreviated title of the serial, the volume and the year; and every page shall be numbered, the initial and sub-title pages at the bottom. SEC. 15. The page-head titles shall be: on even-numbered pages, name of author and catch title of paper; on odd-numbered pages, catch title of contents of page. SEC. 16. All brochures shall be trimmed at top, side and bottom. SEC. 17. The typography, paper and general make up shall conform, except as herein otherwise specified, nearly as may be to the National Geographic Magazine as heretofore published. SEC. 18. The date of publication of each brochure shall be that upon which the edition is delivered to the Committee on Publications. SEC. 19. The brochures shall be distributed immediately by the Committee on Publications to members of the Society, sub scribers, and exchanges from a list furnished by the Secretaries; and the undistributed copies of each edition shall be turned over to the Secretaries. SEC. 20. The regular edition shall be seven hundred and fifty copies for the Society, and twenty-five copies for authors. SEC. 21. The Committee on Publications shall keep a record of all matter published wholly or in part under the auspices of the Society whether the same be author's editions of the memoir brochures, author's extracts from the magazine-brochures, or any other matter printed from type originally composed for the Magazine. SEC. 22. The Magazine shall be mailed free to members of the Society not in arrears for dues more than six months, and also to exchanges, and for an annual price of three dollars to regular subscribers. The separate brochures may be sold, to the number of not more than ten to each individual, at an advance on cost of 25 per cent. to members and 75 per cent. to non-members of the Society; and either separate brochures or complete volumes may be sold to dealers at the usual discount for matter of the same class. SEC. 23. The Committee on Publications may introduce at discretion advertisements of proper character, on pages provided for the purpose not taking the regular pagination of the Maga zine, at the usual rates for such service.
1891 Mar 28