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To the Editor:
—I am enclosing a resolution which I would ask that you publish in The Journal.Whereas, In 1914 certain "conditions" in the preliminary sciences were permitted by the Association of American Colleges, to terminate September, 1917, andWhereas, Said Association of American Colleges during its meeting in Chicago, February, 1917, extended these "conditions" for a further period of time, therefore, be itResolved, That the Bureau of Medical Education and Licensure of the State of Pennsylvania hereby registers its protest against such action and announces that approval will be refused any candidate applying to enter Pennsylvania either through examination or through reciprocity with any condition of any kind after September, 1917. And it is furtherResolved, By the said bureau, that it will remove from the approved list of the State of Pennsylvania the name of any medical college allowing any conditions on the preliminary requirements after
Baldy JM. Pennsylvania and Entrance Conditions. JAMA. 1917;LXVIII(15):1139. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.04270040127019