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To the Editor:
—The short editorial in The Journal of December 13, touching the question of its removal, is to the point. The responsibility of such a change should be with the members of the Association. The objection to leaving the decision of the matter to the next meeting is, that it will be composed largely of members from one section of the country, and those not in attendance, but equally interested, will be deprived of a voice in the matter. The question is too important to be settled by a partial vote. But how is it to be determined whether the Association is for or against its removal?Let the question be submitted to the whole Association. For this purpose prepare blanks for votes. These can be sent with The Journal. When filled by those entitled to vote, send direct to the Secretary of the Association.In this way,
Reece M. Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington? JAMA. 1890;XV(25):914. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410510034011
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