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February 9, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXIV(6):215. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430060033007

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By the omission of a reference number preceding the Atlanta Medical College, in the table of Medical Colleges on page 60 of the current volume of the Journal (issue of January 12) the "Notes and Comments" on pages 61 and 62, are made to refer erroneously to the respective colleges by one minus number each. Thus, the "note" numbered 9 should refer to the Atlanta Medical College, and "note" 10 to the Southern Medical College and similar transpositions throughout. As, for example, the note to the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, numbered 36, which reads: "Partly due to the fact that we began our compulsory course next year," etc.; the note numbered 37 belongs to this college and reads: "The recent reduction in the number of students was probably due to the lengthening of the course of study to four years and the advance in the standard of entrance requirements

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