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August 4, 1906

Reciprocity and Qualifications as Viewed by the Illinois Board.

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(5):373-376. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520050057013

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Abstract

Springfield, Ill., July 24, 1906.

To the Editor:  —I can really see little occasion for replying to the very extraordinary comunication of Dr. B. D. Hanson, secretary of the Michigan State Board of Registration in Medicine, which was published in The Journal July 21, under the above caption. As my silence might be misconstrued, however,—not by Dr. Harison, but by other readers of The Journal—I take occasion to comment on his various remarks.Dr. Harison exhibits unwarranted temper and marked discourtesy in his communication. It might be well if, before undertaking further correspondence concerning a sister medical examining body, if Dr. Harison would cultivate a "judicial temperament" and realize that he "represents a state rather than a base-ball organization."It must be apparent to every reader of The Journal that Dr. B. D. Harison, secretary of the Michigan State Board of Registration in Medicine, concerns himself unnecessarily with the

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