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At a regular meeting of the Golden Belt District Medical Society of Kansas, held at Topeka, Kansas, on April 9, 1891, Dr. William B. Dewees, of Salina, moved the following resolution which passed unanimously, viz.:
Whereas, The Board of Trustees of The Journal of the American Medical Association, at a recent special session in Washington, D. C., adopted a resolution favoring the change of the home of The Journal from Chicago to Washington, and
Whereas, This is a question which the Association will be called upon to answer at its next meeting at Washington, D. C., in May, 1891, and
Whereas, We believe it to be for the best interests of The Journal and the Association, that the office and place of publication of The Journal should not be removed. Therefore, be it
Resolved, That the delegates from this Society to the next meeting of the American Medical Association are
Browne FB. ACTION OF THE GOLDEN BELT DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY OF KANSAS.. JAMA. 1891;XVI(16):572. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410680032016