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March 30, 1900

Medical Interstate Reciprocity.

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JAMA. 1900;XXXVI(13):904. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02470130052021

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Abstract

Detroit, Mich., March 23. 1901.

To the Editor:  —In the interest of the movement aiming at interstate reciprocity for the license to practice medicine, and at uniform medical legislation, on the basis of uniform medical education, the undersigned, as member of various committees, asks all secretaries of medical boards to be kind enough to favor him with information in regard to the present status within their jurisdiction. It is especially important to know: 1, whether the respective medical law contains the reciprocity clause; 2, whether the profession in the respective political division is sufficiently familiar with the subject matters; 3. whether any amendments have been added to the law, since May, 1900, or whether there exists any intention to amend the law.

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