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May 16, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVI(20):705. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410720021005

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The emphatic endorsement of the editorial and business management of The Journal by the Association in general session, and the recommendation that the same be continued were, of course, matters of extreme satisfaction to those charged with these duties, as was the unanimous concurrence of the Board of Trustees in the decision to continue the publication of The Journal at Chicago.

A very large number of the members supposed that the continued publication of The Journal in that city also ensured the continuance of its former editorial and business management. Upon this latter question its Trustees are divided, and not being able to reach a satisfactory conclusion at Washington, a special meeting is called to meet at Chicago for the final decision of the question.

In view of this fact we wish to express our sincere thanks to the profession, and especially to the medical press, for the very cordial

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