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WHAT OUR ADVERTISING PATRONS HAVE TO SAY ON THE REMOVAL QUESTION.
To the Editor:
—Permit me to request the insertion in The Journal of the accompanying circular and blank sent out to our advertising patrons, with their replies thereto in tabulated form. My reason for seeking space in your columns is the desire that the members of the Association may be fully informed as to how business men, who contribute nearly one-half the income of The Journal, look upon the proposition to remove it to Washington. Though the majority of our advertisers are not members of the Association, still their opinion, coming as it does from practical business men having a financial interest in its success, should have weight in the settlement of this question.Some members may look with disfavor upon this method of gauging the business future of The Journal, to such I would say, most respectfully, that
Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington?. JAMA. 1891;XVI(15):535. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410670031019