Bulletin (Illinois. Department of Registration and Education). 1918

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Department of Registration and Education, 1918
 

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Page 42 - That if the applicant seeks to treat human ailments without the use of drugs or medicines and without operative surgery...
Page 32 - ... a knowledge of which is commonly and generally required of candidates for the degree of doctor of medicine, by reputable medical colleges in the United States.
Page 36 - The requirements for his license to practice the treatment of human ailments without the use of drugs or medicines and without operative surgery...
Page 34 - ACT 77-394 (continued) any system or method of treating human ailments without the use of drugs or medicines and without operative surgery or dentistry.
Page 46 - An Act to regulate the practice of medicine in the State of Illinois, and to repeal an Act therein named,
Page 12 - ... four years' course of instruction, the time elapsing between the beginning of the first year and the ending of the last, or fourth year to be not less than forty months, and which is deemed to be reputable and in good standing; 3.
Page 38 - The State Board of Health may refuse to issue the certificates provided for in this act to individuals who have been convicted of the practice of criminal abortion, or who have, by false or fraudulent representation, obtained or sought to obtain practice in their profession, or by false or fraudulent representation of their profession have obtained or sought to obtain money or any other thing of value, or who advertise under...
Page 42 - States army, navy or marine hospital service in the discharge of their official duties, or to any person who ministers to or treats the sick or suffering by mental or spiritual means, without the use of any drug or material remedy.
Page 36 - Education may also, in its discretion, issue a license, without examination, to a physician who is a graduate of a medical college in good standing...
Page 35 - Education may, in its discretion, issue a license, without examination, to a practitioner who has been licensed in any country, state, territory or province upon the following conditions : 1. That the applicant is of good moral character. 2. That if the applicant desires to practice medicine and surgery in all their branches.

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