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November 30, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXV(22):964-965. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430480042007

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The profession of Connecticut has been unable to secure the same class of registration acts that obtain in many of the eastern States, which fact is alleged to be painfully felt in the competition of practice in the large towns. The October issue of the Bulletin of the State Board of Health shows that a movement is on foot that will tend to correct the evil. It says:

The following action was taken at the last meeting of the New Haven Medical Association, having been proposed by Dr. Max Mailhouse:

Whereas, In consideration of the fact that large numbers of graduates of colleges, which in this State are recognized as legal and reputable, are being rejected by examining boards in other States where the possession of such diplomas is not in itself sufficient to entitle the holders thereof to practice; and

Whereas, As a consequence of the foregoing fact, this

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