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December 13, 1890

THE QUESTION OF THE REMOVAL OF THE JOURNAL TO WASHINGTON.

JAMA. 1890;XV(24):864. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410500020006

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Abstract

While, at the meeting of the Board of Trustees which was recently convened in Washington to consider this subject, some were in favor of such change and of immediate removal; to others it seemed a matter of such moment as to require not only careful consideration and deliberation before action, but that upon a question so important the views of the entire Association should be had, and that the decision of its members, rather than a vote by the Trustees, should govern.

The proceedings of the meeting of the Board will be found in this number of The Journal.

The responsibility for such action will devolve upon the membership, and at its next meeting the Association will doubtless decide the question. Editorially The Journal will not pass upon the question nor seek to influence those whose judgment must be final.

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