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November 4, 1905

Reciprocity Between New Jersey, New York and Other States.

Author Affiliations

Secretary State Board of Medical Examiners of New Jersey.

JAMA. 1905;XLV(19):1424. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510190060020

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Abstract

Camden, N. J., Oct. 31, 1905.

To the Editor:  —At a conference held between the board of regents of New York and the State Board of Medical Examiners of New Jersey, at Trenton, N. J., October 16, it was decided to indorse each other's examined licentiates without further examination, beginning Jan. 1, 1906.The medical license of New Jersey is indorsed, at this time, in lieu of further examination, by Maine, Vermont, Delaware, Virginia, South Carolina, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Kansas and Colorado.New Jersey will indorse the medical license issued by any state, after examination, whose educational, examining and licensing requirements are substantially equal to or higher than those of New Jersey, irrespective of reciprocity, provided the applicant complies with the conditions of indorsement.The standard of requirements of New Jersey consists of a high school diploma issued after four years of study, and a medical diploma

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