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December 3, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XIX(23):675. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420230025002

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The following preamble and resolution, adopted at the last meeting of the Association, should have been appended to those published in the issue of The Journal of November 19.

The action of the American Medical College Association at the meeting referred to by this resolution will be found on page 664 of this issue of The Journal.

Whereas, The Association of American Medical Colleges has adopted the following regulations, viz.: Article III of the Constitution.

§ 1. Members of this Association shall require of all matriculates an English composition in the handwriting of the applicant of not less than two hundred words, an examination by a Committee of the Faculty, or other lawfully constituted Board of Examiners, in higher arithmetic, algebra, elementary physics and Latin prose.

§ 2. Graduates or matriculates of reputable colleges, or high schools of the first grade, or normal schools established by State authority, or those

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