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August 25, 1906


JAMA. 1906;XLVII(8):590-595. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520080042012

This week we publish in tabular form* the results of the examinations for medical licenses held during 1905 by the examining boards of the various states and territories, together with the number of those licensed on their credentials. Peculiar conditions existing in Georgia, Missouri and in Indian Territory made it impossible to obtain from them reports that could be utilized. No applicants were examined during the year in

New Mexico. The Tables A, B, C and D are so arranged that, reading from left to right, gives the results by colleges, while reading from above downward gives results by states. The statistical information regarding medical education and licensing included in these tables will be found valuable and will bear careful study.

Table A shows the number of graduates of all years and of undergraduates who came up for examination. Table B gives the results in regard to the