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Seite 192 - Its range is from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky Mountains.
Seite 47 - Council upon the payment of a fee of twenty-five dollars, a written application for license, together with satisfactory proof that the applicant is more than twenty-one years of age, is of good moral character, has obtained a competent common school education...
Seite 216 - ... 5. Resolved, That any case respecting which reputable and experienced physicians disagree as to whether the disease is or is not pestilential shall be reported as suspicious. "6. Resolved, That any case respecting which efforts are made to conceal its existence, full history and true nature shall be deemed suspicious, and so acted upon.
Seite 125 - Well done, thou good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord ; thou has been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things.
Seite 89 - On motion, the application of the Department of Manual Training was received and approved and it was ordered that the desired committee be appointed by the president of the Department of Manual Training and that $500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be appropriated for the expenses of that committee.
Seite 109 - Association have on this and previous occasions enjoyed — the like of which is not to be found elsewhere in the broad State of Texas.
Seite 47 - ... provided, however, no applicant shall be rejected upon his examination on account of his adherence to any particular school of medicine or system of practice, nor on account of his views as to the method of treatment and cure of diseases...
Seite 47 - Said register shall show the name, age, place and duration of residence of each candidate, the time he or she has spent in medical study, in or out of medical schools, and the names and locations of all medical schools which have granted said applicant any degree or certificate of attendance upon lectures in medicine.
Seite 49 - Art. 11. The fund realized from the fees aforesaid shall be applied first to the payment of the necessary expenses of the board of examiners, each board receiving only such fees as are collected from applicants which appear before said boards. In addition to expenses the secretary shall receive ten dollars per day while in actual attendance upon regular meetings.
Seite 2 - All questions of a personal character, including complaints and protests, and all questions on credentials, shall be referred at once, after the report of the Committee of Arrangements or other presentation, to the Judicial Council, and without discussion.