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Page xx - Any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine, within the meaning of this act, who shall profess publicly to be a physician and to prescribe for the sick, or who shall append to his name the letters
Page xvii - Regular attendance during the entire lecture courses shall be required, allowance being made only for absences occasioned by the student's sickness, such absences not to exceed twenty per centum of the course. 2. Regular examinations or quizzes to be made by each lecturer or professor daily, or at least twice each week. 3. Final examinations on all branches to be conducted, when practicable, by competent examiners other than the professors in each branch.
Page xv - Any itinerant vender of any drug, nostrum, ointment, or appliance of any kind, intended for the treatment of disease or injury, or who shall, by writing or printing or any other method, publicly profess to cure or treat disease, injury or deformity by any drug, nostrum, manipulation or other expedient, , shall pay a license of one hundred dollars (Jjiioo) per month to be collected in the usual way.
Page xiv - If the certificate be based on a diploma or license, he shall record the name of the medical institution conferring it, and the date when conferred. The register of the County Clerk shall be open to public inspection during business hours.
Page xvii - Each student shall have dissected during two courses. 2. Attendance during at least two terms of clinical and hospital instruction shall be required. VI. TIME OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES. — This shall not be less than three full years before graduation, including the time spent with a preceptor, and attendance upon lectures or at clinics and hospital. VII. INSTRUCTION.— The college must show that it has a sufficient and competent corps of instructors, and the necessary facilities for teaching, dissections,...
Page xiv - The State Board of Health may refuse certificates to individuals guilty of unprofessional or dishonorable conduct, and they may revoke certificates for like causes, after giving the accused an opportunity to be heard in his defense before the Board.
Page xiii - They shall issue certificates to all who furnish satisfactory proof of having received diplomas or licenses from legally chartered medical institutions in good standing.
Page xiv - Clerk, and shall record the certificate, in like manner, in the county to which he removes, and the holder of the certificate shall pay to the County Clerk the usual fees for making the record.
Page xvi - Diplomas of graduation from a good literary and scientific college or high school, or a first-grade teacher's certificate; or, lacking this, a thorough examination in the branches of a good English education, including mathematics, English composition, and elementary physics or natural philosophy.