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April 4, 1891

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington?

JAMA. 1891;XVI(14):501. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410660033018

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ACTION OF THE NORTH CENTRAL OHIO MEDICAL SOCIETY.  The following preamble and resolution was unanimously adopted and ordered published in The Journal at the forty-first quarterly meeting of the North Central Ohio Medical Society, held at Mansfield, Ohio, March 27, 1891:Whereas, An effort is being made to remove The Journal of the American Medical Association from Chicago, Ill., to Washington, D. C.; and,Whereas, The Journal which was born in Cleveland, Ohio, has been so well nurtured in Chicago that it has grown from a dependent, unsupporting infant, to an independent self-supporting adult, which commands the respect and support of the profession throughout the Continent, and now stands among the first of any of its colleagues in America, and,Whereas, It has accomplished all this in the short space of seven years through the judicious management and untiring energies of its Trustees, Supervising Editors and Business Manager.Therefore, Be

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