To the Editor:
Dr. Hoenes in his letter on this subject (The Journal, Aug. 6, 1910, p. 520) certainly makes an exceedingly important, though neglected, point. During the development of North Dakota, Canadian physicians rushed in, and now very largely occupy the land. What is true of North Dakota is probably true of other northern states. But when one of us wants to get into some virgin territory in Canada, he is blocked at the very start. This matter should be taken up by our legislatures. I hope that you will use your influence and call attention to it often.