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April 18, 1891

QUESTIONS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE MEMBERS ANSWERED.

JAMA. 1891;XVI(16):557-558. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410680017006

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Abstract

We have received the following letter from Dr. Fred. J. Parkhurst, of Danvers, Ill.:

To the Editor:  —There is a great amount of ignorance prevailing in our section of the country in regard to the present Editorial management of The Journal This will be a subject of great importance to the members of the Association when they come to prepare their ballots on the question of moving The Journal to Washington. By answering the following questions I am sure you will confer a favor on a large number of the members of the Association who are at present ignorant of the facts:

  1. Who is the present Editor of The Journal and how long has he occupied the position?

  2. Has Dr. N. S. Davis at present any official connection, either editorial or otherwise, with the management of The Journal?

  3. What is the date of Dr. Davis' resignation as Editorin-Chief of The

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