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May 2, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVI(18):636-637. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410700024007

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To those who have so strenuously urged, that the discussion of the question of removing The Journal to Washington be terminated, and that its pages be devoted to the promotion of medical interests instead, we have simply this to say: By a vote of the Trustees, under whose direction The Journal is published, the members of the Association were invited to express their views upon the subject of removal. In answer to that request communications have come to us from every section of the Union. We have felt it our duty to obey instructions, and just in the order in which they have been received these communications have been published. We write to say that with this issue of The Journal that discussion will be closed. It now remains for the Association to determine for itself, through its Trustees, where The Journal shall be published, and under what supervision.


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