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A question at present agitating the American Medical Association is whether The Journal shall be removed from Chicago, its present place of publication, to Washington, D. C. The subject has just now been brought into prominence through a special meeting of the Trustees of the Association, held at Washington, D. C., November 13, 1890. This meeting was called by the President, Dr. Hooper, of Little Rock, Ark., upon a requisition signed by a majority of the Board, for the special purpose of considering the question, upon which a special committee had been appointed. The following report was then received and adopted:
Resolved, That the sense of the Committee be that the home of The Journal of the Association should be permanently at Washington, D. C.
Resolved, That the Trustees incorporate the foregoing resolution in their report to be presented at the next meeting of the Association.
The following resolution was
Editorial Opinions of the Medical Press. JAMA. 1891;XVI(15):539–540. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410670035024
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