San Jose, Cal., July 8, 1896.
To the Editor:
—Permit me a word on the question of permanent location of the Journal of the Association. This question has been submitted to the members of the Association, and each one should have been allowed to come to his own conclusion and cast his ballot in accordance therewith without any attempts at electioneering or log-rolling from any quarter. The editor has wisely abstained from any suggestions whatever. This is as it should be. But the silence has been broken by Dr. Newton of New Jersey. If electioneering is in order there may be a thousand members who would like to have a say. Shall we say it? If so extend the time of voting a month or two and keep everything else out of the Journal and we will have a picnic. I move that there be no further electioneering allowed in