Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York

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1895 - Medicine
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The volume for 1880 includes as appendix: By-laws of the society.-System of medical ethics.-Medical laws of the state [1806-80, including the act of 1806 to incorporate medical societies] Additional laws are included in subsequent volumes.
 

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Page 222 - The coroner shall, after hearing the testimony, draw up and sign a report, in which he shall find and certify when, where, and by what means the person deceased came to his death; his name, if known, and all material circumstances attending his death; and if it appears that his death resulted wholly or in part from the unlawful act of any other person, he shall further state the name of such person, if known to him...
Page 222 - The court or trial justice shall thereupon hold an inquest, which may be private, in which case any or all persons, other than those required to be present by the provisions of this chapter, may be excluded from the place where such...
Page 502 - ... not otherwise specifically punished herein, or who shall buy, sell or fraudulently obtain any medical diploma, license, record or registration, or who shall aid or abet such buying, selling or fraudulently obtaining, or who shall practice...
Page 223 - When a medical examiner views or makes an examination of the dead body of a stranger, he shall cause the body to be decently buried ; and if he certifies that he has made careful inquiry, and that to the best of his knowledge and belief the person found dead is a stranger, having no settlement in any town of the state, his fees, with the actual expense of burial, shall be paid from the general treasury.
Page 221 - ... and shall then and there carefully reduce, or cause to be reduced to writing every fact and circumstance tending to show the condition of the body and the cause and manner of death, together with the names and addresses of said witnesses, which record he shall subscribe. Before making such autopsy, he shall call the attention of the witnesses to the position and appearance of the body.
Page 501 - Has either received the degree of bachelor or doctor of medicine from some registered medical school, or a diploma or license conferring full right to practice medicine in some foreign country...
Page 502 - Any person who shall practice medicine under a false or assumed name, or who shall falsely personate another practitioner of a like or different name, shall be guilty of a felony...
Page 501 - The regents shall admit to examination any candidate who pays a fee of twenty-five dollars and submits satisfactory evidence, verified by oath, if required, that he 1. Is more than twenty-one years of age ; 2. Is of good moral character ; 3. Has the general education required preliminary to receiving the degree of bachelor or doctor of medicine in this state ; 1^0 * 4- Has studied medicine not less than four full school years U'fW f a...
Page 36 - Before the State Board of Medical Examiners representing the Eclectic Medical Society of the State of New York 7 3 57.1 Number of candidates rejected a second time . . . .17...
Page 222 - If the justice finds that murder, manslaughter or an assault has been committed, he may bind over, as in criminal prosecutions, such witnesses as he deems necessary, or as the district attorney may designate, to appear and testify at the court in which an indictment for such offense may be found or presented.

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