Annual report of the Indiana State Board of Health. 1897

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State Board of Health, 1898

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Page 404 - Trustee shall be elected for one year, one for two years, one for three years, and one for four years, and...
Page 428 - To open an office for such purpose, or to announce to the public in any way a readiness to treat the sick or afflicted shall be deemed to engage in the practice of medicine within the meaning of this act.
Page 401 - An Act regulating the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, providing for the issuing of licenses to practice, providing for the appointment of a State Board of Medical Registration and Examination, and denning their duties, etc., as follows : CHAPTER CLXIX.
Page 405 - It shall be the duties of the members of the State Board of Medical Registration and Examination to meet in the city of Indianapolis within thirty days after their appointment, and organize by the election of a President, Secretary and Treasurer, who shall serve until the second Tuesday in January following, and their successors shall be elected on the second Tuesday in January annually thereafter. The said Board shall hold regular meetings on the second Tuesday in January...
Page 404 - Chairman, and three additional persons appointed by the President of the United States by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. Of the five members of the Board, not more than three shall be members of any one political party.
Page 409 - State in consultation, or any physician or surgeon residing on the border of a neighboring State and duly authorized under the laws thereof to practice medicine and surgery therein, whose practice extends into the limits of this State, Provided.
Page 304 - ... up to the present time there has not been a single case of diphtheria, membranous croup, scarlet fever, whooping cough, measles or other communicable disease reported.
Page 45 - The statute requires the collection of statistics pertaining to the population of the State, and the health of the people, which may impart information useful in the enactment of laws and valuable to science and the medical profession, to whom the people look for remedies for disease and for means tending to preserve health.

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