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September 21, 1918

PHYSICIANS UNDER THE SELECTIVE SERVICE LAW

JAMA. 1918;71(12):972-973. doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600380036004

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Abstract

The Journal has hoped that special regulations would be issued for the guidance of the Selective Service Boards in the placing of physicians. Up to this time no such special regulations have been promulgated and from present indications none will be promulgated. Hence physicians will go through the same procedures as other men. They will receive the questionnaires from their Local Boards, which they must fill out and return. Incidentally, no matter how many other questionnaires a physician may have received, or from what sources other questionnaires may have come, that sent by the local board is the one which he must fill out and return. This questionnaire is quite similar to that used for the registrants under the previous registration. In filling out the questionnaire the physician, as every other registrant, must indicate whether or not he desires deferred classification or exemption. If he waives exemption or deferred classification,

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