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1902 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
an endorsement of such, and also agree with the national board as to a standard of proficiency for future examinations. We do not want two standards of qualification in this country, nor do we want state board jealousy and possibly avarice aroused. The national ex¬ aminers should have per-diem, not fees, for services. Judicious medical legislation can come only through broad, big-minded practical men, and there are many in the American Medical Association. Are they interested?
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