Queries and Minor Notes

1910 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
The question might arise: "How are we to know those of good standing without examination':" In answer I would say: Any man who can show evidence of having had a good preliminary education at the time of commencing the study of medicine and having subsequently graduated from a stand¬ ard medical college, so recognized at that time, should be
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