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September 24, 1898

The Medical College Resolution.

JAMA. 1898;XXXI(13):735-736. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450130057011

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Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 12, 1898.

To the Editor:  —In a communication from Dr. Happel, which recently appeared in the Journal, I learn that he was misled by a statement made by the Secretary of the Business Committee, when he reported on the medical college resolution. Dr. Bulkley had no authority to state that the Southern Medical College Association, through one of its members, had given assent to the resolution. I was the member referred to and certainly did not say anything that would justify the statement made by Dr. Bulkley. I did appear before a sub-committee of the Executive Committee, as did also Dr. Dudley Reynolds, a member of the Judicial Council of the American College Association. I stated to the committee that the Southern College Association would take final action at its next annual meeting, which would be held in Memphis in November next, on an amendment to the

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