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Registration of practitioners of medicine in Florida

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Registration of practitioners of medicine in Florida
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Florida -- Central Bureau of Vital Statistics
Florida -- State Board of Health
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Annual
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English
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1928
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v. : ; 23 cm.

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Physicians -- Directories -- Florida ( lcsh )
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Began with: 1928
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Ceased in 1935 or 1936

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HON. CAS. HMANNPtesi4 Jacksonville
Wm. NOLESM. D., Pensacola
B. L ARS, D. Stte ealth Officer, Jacsonville
CENTRA
BUREA OF VITA STTSTC
STEWRT T~mpsN, D P.H.,,Dircto JACKSNVILE Oc




MEMBERS STATE BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINERS
JoHN M. MANN, M. D., Lake Butler
EUGENE G. PEEK, M. D., Ocala
JAS. B. GRIFFIN, M. D., St. Augustine
S. E. DRISKELL, M. D., Jacksonville THos. D. VASSAR, M. D., Lakeland
N. A. BALTZELL, M. D., Marianna THOS. W. HUTsoN, M. D., Miami WM. M. ROWLETT, M. D., Tampa
JAS. E. CRUMP, M. D., Winter Haven
JOHN D. RABORN, M. D. Shamrock
Information concerning members constituting above Board subm by Hon. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State, February 9, 1929.




I tansitherewith the Annual R~eport on thie registraio o ctors of Medicine who -ar~e licensed to
pracice-inthi Sttewch is the first annual comnpila~tio osch inomtn prepared by the Bureau of
Vitl, tatstis.It is, basd on original applications filed as povied for in Chapter 12005 Lws of Florida, Acts of 192. I i aparently thie fis publication of its kind in hehitory of this State, and. willt undoubtedly prove of cnsidrabe v~alue when information is desired concernng he umber and, wherabuts of those practicing.
/Repectfully,
Dirctor of Vital Statistics.
B. L.ARMSM. D




DURING the cendar year, 1928, a ttlo ,30Dcoso
Medicine holding Florida licenses -to practergsrd h
D the State Board of H5ealth and Certificateso eitato s
sued. For the first time in the history of the Stateacnrlrcr has been provided, containig authentic inform~ation astohenmrand whereabouts of individuals practicing the healing Through the efforts of the leaders in organized medcnablws prepared and presented providing for the annual registration es holding Florida licenses to practice the healing arts. Thisbilwhcwai known as Senate Bill Number 75, became a law onMa28197an,: appears in the statute books of this State as Chapter 20,Lw f Florida, Acts of 1927, which is reproduced in full on page293.Fom and blanks were immediately prepared and printed. Appliainbak were mailed to all individuals whose names appearedaseiblfo registration in the files of the State Board of Health. Lsswr e cured from the secretaries of the different state examngbors Registration began as of January 1,, 1928.
For the most part, enthusiastic support has been given.Anubro objections were raised by a minority. The objections, howevewr o directed at the annual registration, but more particularly atetinpo visions contained in the law. The question as to whetherno-eint must register annually has been raised. The Attorney Generalrnesa official opinion to the effect that the purpose of the registrtionsest be mainly to preserve information as to the whereabouts o h otr licensed to practice rather than a registration of those doctosatly engaged in practice. This also brings up the question as to thestuso retired doctors, who, while not actu 'ally practicing, do not wistorln quish their rights to practice. The Attorney General again rnesa official opinion to the effect that all persons holding licenseshudrgister annually, but might be exempt from registration underteAtb notifying a jury to that effect if they wish to engage in some te cu pation. Another new feature in this law is the requirement ta "tc titioner must have his license recorded in the County in whchhbrsie or intends to practice. This makes it mandatory that apattoe h moves from one County to another shall re-record his lcnei h County in which he practices or expects to have his abd.Ante interesting opinion from the Attorney. General is to the fet hta Certificate of Registration is not to be withheld from a pattoe o the calendar year because of said practitioner's failure orgse o the previous year. The Attorney General's opinion sest odta the practitioner is guilty of the violatio of a statt hc a subject him to prosecution, provided he has failedorngetdo




Bureau~r ofi~n VialSatsic
he fo te peiiie utto is lyG ied Itha pratitoner ar requrdt registe with the State Board of Denal relte o oead-t sae registationaltoug wa e reivee nt to th ere,,peate4 separatel in~tiet Theh Attorneycts
theautorsofthe Bir inene tha midwhis dehonld as reinclud annualy. However thr appeaso e to ilawdein proision mao.te lcesin o tiwies and4 j s i a ees estaion the
practic~d ~miing mdieyae'venlnote incuded aismenfo the wresarrequird torgisoer Vtiar dotors opiurion treforientl conste :alo. n he the hndn poitit ar rur e tho p rsegagted in the .fpactce s'de an siiar wto ths pracfieofl mdscieut are engaged toaspeifipotiono te huma bodetts hre may begn is-d althought1e peatono the mawtasei has been pakt upwtih tt or fDntal Examiners.> The ~e ~41%Dvs Attorney General' pno a}ienth ertr
of~ ~ ~ ~~Dv th Bor.Eetoteaetssadof essBure a sur ofave been~c conidredan th mtte rere d~~ so thich department is e m Atorey
.'Geera hods hat he raciceof aiwispaty ie stuied, ashoncudithe
seurs,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ p whc rciinr ol aludrtegcsication of c oue,
engaged~~~~~~ intepatc o aeilhath cienes usdto ai in theid
purifying, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cor olanin an Medicn o hehma isse o th shares
the wo lws tgethr, mkingit apea th eroenage in6 hte
undrstndig rgaringth opraton f te lwst it dhasg bhen puanto
readere sosos desir (pag 30)
Tablatonshav ben pepaed howng egNtrtione Fl contis
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:Tefrttberpeet h ube fDcoso eiiewohv
were bor in Georgia tha in any iiiiiir Stte Naiv Floridiansiiiii
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of 67, Illinois fifth wi a l 5 of 49 aind Kentucky seventh ith a totalo 1 ti neetnt nt that 40 of the 48 States are represented as te birthl efpatiinr in this State. A total of 79 were foreign born, 17 c resented. Canada ranks first with a total of 26, Ge second with a total of 10 each, and England third wit .
third table gives information concerniing the length ofreincinFoda Being a tourist State, there is always a question of length fr.ie.,'e, in connection with our population. 156 practitioners Florida from 15 to 19 years, 155 practitioners have i from 5 to 9 years, 147 practitioners have lived in to 14 years, 146 practitioners have lived in the State practitioners have lived in the State from 40 to 44 y s in the State more than 60 years. The fourth table shows istered by age, by color, and by sex. The greatest num practitioners are between the ages of 40 and 44, thierebenaI ol.f 229. Further comment on this table will not be mad nation for both sexes is contained in Table Number 4.
The law under which this registration has been carreonirproduced in full. The names and addresses of membersothSae Board of Medical Examiners are also contained herein.
This publication will be mailed to each individual whorgsee
and will also be sent on request as far as the supply wilprmt
Note: Records of non-residents are shown by States immeditl flo' ing the list by Florida towns; the alphabetical list includes non-reiensb States.




A BaltzellN. ..........Mran
Abas ...............W i ami Baz r e, A... ....... Miami
Adams D. ............Eur ie Barg, F. *~. .......... im
AdmsD.M ... . Ia m ity Barke, JT ,. ... ....... Tampaing
Adams ~ ~ ~ cks~i~ ~eka, G. E. ......JacksonivilleBakr ..........Lrg
Ada s, S...........Jacstovll Barnhett, . ....... Whaoi Springs
'A am, .........Jaksoi lles Bael,L. H .........H eating
Admon ........ Tampa Blet,D. W ..........enamola
S...PensE.col Baelt, .R.,...........Tampas
Adolpus, ........... late Baski,W.GDu-idl
AgsI.H ............... Mieamis Baeso, G.TL. .......Cyoa Bale
Airth H. .ie Oak jRarr,N.C .... .. .........akeonity
',,Albugh A.P. .....TrpoeSpings Braumat,.J ......A... JacHolywdff
AlritnA...... Tampaldoo Baeore,.......estPalmeato
Aleane S 0.R.... Wne ae B~enrcR F.............Meborne
Alisn, ....~.........gHne Bettonl,GH.MiW ...........Oklndll
Ilen, B.. -* Ti~ampla Beay,HJ.,P ...............Arcaiag
Alen 0. ......'iamia Begs, JXVi..... M .Btatovv
'Alled I P ..... ...... F rop nao B certf, ..... pn S ring
Alsbrok B E ......Ophrld Bell,PLD..................rMaloe
Alsorok J.W.......PatCt Bldell,.. ...............Tenal
Ame, ......... PCenacola~ Biekr, M ......... ... e linrsbr
Andrso C. ........... olo aw Bek, ... ....... Malonei~
Andrso, J M .......Lake Wate Bentony, F ...... Westalm Gbes,
Andeson J.M. ........... eri Berry,BN.MC. J.. . .a cnvle
Ander onL M. ..... .... ake iy Berthop A. V. .. ....... ol w o
Andrso, M i ........... a mpa Bertre,M.E .........Cle ateo
AndersonT S ...........kLiv C.k Beebu *... .. ......DaeCiot
.Andr-snW. ...........L rgo Blatkt u, W ..........Jacksonville
AndersonW.E. ~ ~~ _.....Pesaolarvi D .........rai
Andrws, A. ............ amlaBevs a, W.~ ....... .. B~. a rLtw
Andew, . ........ Gansil Bidej ..>........toampea
AndrwsL. ......... Orand, nBddl,J. ..........SB ewer
ArcieE. ........... leawatr ie1 r,TA.M. ....... ... Stactesburgl
ArnoldL.J. Cit BineyI, J.F. ...........WPalmBec
Avera, J. B ............ I ... Ge r i Blck R. C. Pln C~e ity




8ohel G E .aSat ordo Hat
Bootne,.L.......ll.uthrt ........
Boone, J. r ulr T ................e Orland
JBowtes,.S.... CPirced Byle A.J........... ...Av
B osl, n C. C .......... F.M es B rH. ..................TlIyr TampaeUE~~
Bothell P....... .......ap
Bouchld,J.......,....ackw'Smna adelH..........LaeCt
Bo~we,.J ............Jaks~onville allahan, J.i.........rad
Bown, .WT ............Carw~a Calaa,0 reoo Q.........M.Dr
,Bweso,G.H. ........olorado Calin ......."si
xZC. ........GrWiw CapbeE
Box W.C W.............Glenwoodl Campel,.. .......Jak*!vi
Boyce .IP. ................lapa Carmeron, ............Tap
Brewe, J A....Evackrglde Cartero EA.B. .......... aoce
Brwtr W .. ......... JCalla Carter, G. W ...........Jcsnil
Briar, H. L ..........alifonia Carter, H ....... Fte ae
Brinkf,........... Jacksonville Cartise,JL .........Ws al ec
Binsny,GH ............ LkssmeeWrt Carlton,T.. .ap
Br'.nson, ZJ. B..............Morntil Cause, W ...........Lwe
Brinson, Fh.. ............Blnwon Cate, A..........,....Mim
Brinson,WE..............aldwinse Carer,.E .......F.Luedl
Brie, A ................ Bverl Canter, E...... .
Broadbenr, 0.. P...........ac lla Cader, G. W ........... ayil,
Bronstei, E.L. ....... ...ampanvll Canter, J R...........Pescl
BronF............akeonityl Cater, C..........Bunl
Brion, E.............Tenessee Caoin, A. Jacksonville
Brion, F. L.,.........J.ckMonille Capma, T.W. A.........Lkln
Brinon,HP.0. ..........lwine Chape,J.R ......... cl
Brinon,J...............P aldewin Chamer,S.E.........Mim
Broit R .....................Miamiell Chanler, E.................... Miami
Browdbn,..L. *......Desanild Chanlr I~............AvnPr
Bronsen, C. ChandlertJ.aRd.r.a....CDaytonaWeCc
Brown, R. L ............J.akonCilly Chridlt, D ..........Tap
Brown, V. L ..........WetPl eachse Chapma~n, G. R .........Jakovle
Bruce, J. R ...............Jaspile Chapmnn, D.............. im
Bron, H. 0...........PCeaa Chall, .R.............. Orad
Bron, J. 0. ........South Carmon Cherr, S. A .............. etrHl
Brosh,SJ.P. ........... ...La Mirami Cah~i,............. rad
Bryan, C.H. L......... erano Cill, J. S .......... Jcsnil
Brown,W0. C............Ft.Sadrdln C1honng,WC .......NwSyn
Bryan,R.L. ..........J~acnial Chit C ..........land,
Brow,WV.J.........West Palm Beach ChritiaE.. ........ ap
Bruckme, E ............. jaspiler roen, W ...............S.Cod
Bruckstr,B O...... ......Pensacoda ClarknC. D ..........F.Pec
Brunsnl .E......SuhCrlnlarkS.A. ..............Hsod LakelaandF
Brushe,.P. ..... .. ...Fe.Laudedale Clia, W........Talhse
Brah,RC.NH. .............. rato Burynt, W.EH. ...... ....SanlnCehrC ........Mi
Biryntt, ........ aPnscl ring,.A. ....Dyon ec
Brns,R.QL. .............lui P nscl ClvlnT P.....Coou rv
Buck,VW.DJ. West Pa..99lm each Cobb, E.S. .........Pnao.
B uck m anl~iiiiiil Ti;=i .. .. Ja k on il C oe P .ii iiiiiiiiii i Wii .i.....i...i......11;= P ort S t.iiii Joeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Buck asteO. .........Orando Coffn, C E ........... intrP r
B urch,............. .. . .. . M imiiima ,S.R .. .. ...iDin
B ush, ...... ........ .. .. ........... L e sb r C o lis.......... .. ..O la d




Bureaui Ii!iiiii~iiiiii of Vital ii~i Statistics -9iiiiii
DOCTOR OFiiii MEDICINEii~! i+; l
Colson,~~~~i iJ. H. ....... Ganevil Dawsoniii G. M .i...iWstii l B ac
Coe .N....... W ieS rns D woS .....S.P trbr
,C onn orliii~ii~iiili A .iil.... .i...liliiiiiin o s D yi.i .il ................. O riiiiiii l and
C oitiii iAi.i Eiili .iii.i..i.i Ii. plii iiila D eal ii.i Cili .i ... ... ... .. A uburndale i ii! i iii
iiliiiliil A C .: .i ... .. .. .. B r ok vii Diieaiil R .iiilii Hiiiii= .liii ... .. .. .. Jaiciiii ksiiiionviiiieiii i
Cook G. Lii .i .. .. .. .. .. Tiamiia deli A ragon, A E iii i ... ... .. K ey W est iiil ii iiiiiiii~iii ii iiiii
Cook ,li H .Mi .i .....ii~ii .. .... .. T ampa D eie M .i! Pi .li .................i ami
",Cooley,~~~~i R.i 0i! .! .... Wesit Pal Beac Dei G eia J.M. ....... a p
-Cooper, J. H .......... St. Petersburg Dell, J. M ................ Gainesville =
Co elnd S.M. .....Jcsn il eisn .C. ......L k ot
Coplan,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M. M ......... Mim etn.T.......... afr
.Copp, F. A ............. Jacksonvill Diiais, M. Hi. ...........iGainesvill
?.C rde., H.BJ .....F otro eryhrE. ...... ism e
CountsN.'T ................Coco......W.P.......... ashigton D.C
Cra'ney, E. T .======= ....... . .O l n o D c e s ,R .J. .............. T ampa============
Crockett, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E. WINI ..... ace n io ,A ........Pescl
Cr mp J.iii Ei .iiiiiii~il~iii ...........~iI W inte H aven~i Do lig J.B. .. . . ..A la c
D ailey, .iAi.i........ ......iiciilyD rew C L ii.. .....................T a p




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ElderF. ,.. .F..... Mam Fqua-CC.......... 1i!'ar i
Elgin, L. .................
Ellis, J. C..................Perr Furn
Ellis, W. H................. Miami
Elliston,L. B ..........t Ie ns G
Elliston, R. L..............Ilno Gable, L. M
Ely, R. A. ................ Tam a Gale, Ni W .. .. St .e, .
English, D. E.. Orlando Ga chetN. ... .. ,i,,
Enzor, J. .................Baker Giny, J.G .... .
Epling, B. D............Lake Wales Gfn ey, H. C..... e-St
Erwin, S. ............... Jacksonville Gammon, J. E .
Esch, J. P ........... Daytona Beach Garcia, V. M..
Estes, E. S............St. Augustine Gardner, J.F.
Eurit, F. B ................ Stuart Gardner, 0. W ...
FlemingGarner, J.E............... .Wadaun c.,h .la?
F Gates H ........... Bra
Fahnestock, J. C ........ Palm Beach Gatrl, H........
Farmer, C. H ............. Lakeland Gavin, C. A........ N Ptie
Farmer, M. H ....... Daytona Beach Geige. S........
Farnell, C. M ............. Branford Genge ?.......
Farnell C ............. Lake City George, W. ...
Farrior, J. B ............... Tampa Gerlac, E B .......
Faver, H. M ............... Tampa Gerlach, H.P.. W
Faver, R. M ........... Lake Geneva Getzen, S. P. .... N
Feaster, 0. 0 ......... St. Petersburg Ghertler, M ....... M.
Fellows, J. H............ Pensacola Gilbert, M . Tampa
Fenn, HT................Mt.Dora Giles,H.L ......... Illnoi
Ferguson, R. D...............Raiford Gill, R. S .........W t
Field, C.H .............Bradenton Gilmer, E.S ......
Field, T. S.............Jacksonville Glass, R. E ............. Tap
Filbert, C. E ...............Tampa Glatzau L. W .......
Fina, R ...................Tampa Glidden, C. H. .. ... F Pierc .
Finlay, D. H ..........Blountstown Glover, G. B .........
Fisher, L. C ...... Green Cove Springs Godard, R. F. -.....Qic
Fisk, H. B............ St. Petersburg Goethe, J. E........... Jcsnil
Fleming, C. F. ..........Bradenton Goggins, J. H .......
Fleming, 0. H............ Crestview Golden, H. M ............Tap J
Fleming, S. W .... West Palm Beach Goodale, B. H........... Jcsnil
Flipse, M. J ............... Miami Goode, J. A ..............Aaha.
Floyd, H. G ................ Palatka Goodson, W. M ............ im
Fluker, C. B ................ Tampa Gorman~, J. M.......... Jcsnil
Fogarty, J. N ......... Daytona Beach Gowdy, F. A ...............Mim
Folmar, J. Q ........ Chattahoochee Gowdy, R~. A ....,........... im
Folsom, S.A .............. Orlando Grace, W.H ............ F.Myr
Forbes, S. B ................ Tampa Granthanm, J. M ........... Tap
Ford, E. W.......... Crescent City Graves, G.Y .............. Mrln
Ford, 3. A ................. Orlando Graves, J. R ................M ai
Forde, S. 3. E .. Green Cove Springs Gravres, L.........~....... eiuk
Forster, D............. New Smiyrna~ Gray, C. R............... Teno
Fort, A. G................. Georgia Gray, F. D1. ..........Orad
Fort, F. L .............. Jacksonville Green, H. H ...........Mim
Fossey, H. L ............. Wisconsin Green, 0. F. ..........My
Foster, 3. C..................Tampa G
Fourcher, K. R............ Georgia Greene, R.N........Jcsnil
Foxworthy, F. W .............Miami Griffin,H.WL .........Srst
Franklin, G. C ........ CocolntGrove Griffin,J. B3. ...... tuutn
Fraser, D. S .............. Pensacola Griffin,~ J.D......... Laeln
Frazier, S. M ................ Miami Griffin, L. ........... akonil
Freeman, A. H ............... Ocal GrfiTR.......S.Ptsbg
Freeman, G. C............. Lakelan GrfihD.H.........Gega
Freeman,M ................ PerirneGia-AS..........Tmp
French,E.D................)Miami Grims D..u
Funk, N. E........... St. Petersburg Gropesbek F.B.... atn ec




Bureau of Vital Statistics
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Grossman, F. A. ......... Vero Beach Heggie, N. McL, ........ Jacksonville
Groves, W. H ............ Clearwater Heibner, E. A ......... St. Petersburg
Guerra, J. J ....... Tampa- Heinberg, C. J ............ Pensacola
Gunter, T. D ...... West' P'*a*l'm" Beach Heitz, A. W ................. Sanford
Guy, W. B ............. St. Augustine Heitz, J. J ................... Orlando
Gwinn V. H ............ Jacksonville Helms J. S .................. Tampa
Gwynn, G. H ............ Tallahassee Henderson, R. P .............. Tampa
Gwynn, H. W ............... Orlando Hendricks, E. M ...... Ft. Lauderdale
Gyland, S. P .................. Tampa Hendrickson, F. C ............. Ohio
Henry, C. E .............. Minnesota
K Henry, G. F ....... West Palm Beach
Haggard, W. A ............ ... Miami Henry, H. W .......... New Smyrna
Haisfield,, A. R ............ Pensacola Henson, G. E ........... Jacksonville
Haisfield, H. B ................ Miami Herman, F. P ..... West Palm Beach
Hall, E, J ...................... Miami Herpel, F. K ...... West Palm Beach
Hall, J. E ......... West Palm Beach Herring, J. A ......... St. Petersburg
Hall, T. B .............. Miami Beach Hicks, I. K ............... Melbourne
Halliday, J ................... Tampa Higgins, A. F ................ Tampa
Halton, J ................... Sarasota Highsmith, G. F ............. Arcadia
Halton, J ................... Sarasota Hill, J. A ................ New Jersey
Hamner, G. P ................. Tampa Hills, J. S ............ Daytona Beach
Hampton, E. C. M ............. Ocala Hixon, F. P ............... Pensacola
Hamrick, B. F ............... Madison Hodges, G. S .............. Marianna
Hamrickpl B. W ......... * Lee Hodges, J. H ............. Gainesville
Hancock, W. S., Jr ....... rooksville Hodges, J. W. ... 0 .......... Alabama
Hankins, 1. S ............... Orlando Hodges, J. C ........ West Palm Beach
Hankins, J. N ................ Milton Hodsdon, B. F ................ Miami
Hanna, F. H .................. Miami Hoffman, J. M ............ Pensacola
Hannum' M. M ............... Eustis Hoffmann, C. D ............. Orlando
Hardee,. E. B ............ Vero Beach Holden, G. R ........... Jacksonville
H'ardenberghJ.A. ....St. Petersburg Holland, H. G .............. Leesburg
Hardie, G. C .............. Ft. Pierce Holland, R. N ................ Stake
Hardman, W. W ........... Titusville Holley, J. C .................. Milton
Hardy, G. E. W., Jr .......... Tampa Holley, J. F ................ Alabama
Hargrove, J. L .............. Bartow Hollingsworth, S. G ...... Bradenton
Harness' R. B ............ Lake City Holloway, C. W .......... Loughman
Harper, C. W ................ Chipley Holloway, E. W .............. Tampa
Harper, J. A ........... Crawf ordville Holloway, W. H ...... St. Petersburg
Harrell, D. E ............ Jacksonville Holloway, L. W ........ Jacksonville
R rrell, G. L ............ Vero Beach Holly, A. P. B ...... West Palm Beach
Harrell, L. H ............. Plant City Holmes, R. J ................. Miami
Harris, C. S .............. Clearwater Holton, W. J .............. Plant City
Harris, D. W .................. Miami Hooper, C. A ......... St. Petersburg
'Harris, E .................. M arianna Hopkins, C. D ................ Tampa
Harris, H. H ............ Jacksonville Horne, H. F ............ Jacksonville
Harris, J. H ............... Wimauma Horton, W ............ Winter Haven
.,Harris, R. M .................. M iami Hosey, J. T ................... Palatka
Harris, W. G ........... Jacksonville Hotard, R. F ............ Winter Park
Harrison, M. M ............ Palmetto Hotchkiss, W. T ....... Miami Beach
Harrison, W. A ............ Ft. Myers Howard, R. E ........ Ft. Lauderdale
Hart, 0. J .................... Tampa Howe, R ............. Daytona Beach
Hartley, J. M ............. Hollywood Howe, R ............. Daytona Beach
Hartman, J. H ......... Jacksonville Howsley, W. McN ............ Perry
Haseltine, B .......... St. Petersburg Hubbard, R. C ............... Tampa
Haskell L. G ............ Gainesville Hubert, M. A ............. Avon Park
Hatch, E. B ................... Miami Hudgens, T. H ............... Sneads
Hay, I. M .. ....... ........ Melbourne Hudson, A. T ......... St. Petersburg
Haygood, J. K ............ Bradenton Hudson, P. J ........... Crystal River
Hayward, J. C .................. Utah Huggins, E. L .............. Freeport
Heard, W L ................... Ojus Hughes, N. A ............... Georgia
Heath, G. W ...... West Palm Beach Hughes, R. L .................. Bartow
'H eath, H. 0 ................. M ilton Hughes, R. S .................. Ocala
Heck, Mo E. .................. DeLand Hughes, T. W ............... Georgia




H u m phriii, H .H . .. J c so vil Kenmp T ............................
Huner,~ A ........... .aMyers Kentsii, CJ.....SuhDkt
Hutcina, C C ............. Pensacoda Keydc, G......... Tlaase
Hutso, C ...r......... Miamie~ Kjeiinge, A. .........Hlir
Huon~~., .......WMi eaeh Kenned,R.. .....*...M alo
Iri, .M......S. uusie Knne, S. ..F.Luedl,
Iv~IL.......fakowKlenKin,4 ...............Mim
Ilder,.AcK............. Lakelandy Kerng, A. ..
IngamL.C ............ rladoK~ey.T .......enCv pig,
Inasn,.J..r. .............ahoochee KirbygrR W L.......Jakovle
Jacon, F..............Dtr aent Kimry-e ih R.R.......I.... I.ad
Javes, H. W ............. Jacksonville Kirn, L.......... esug
JIveis, 3. H........S. Lanewt Kirk, W.B.........Gansil
Jaudonsey E. K.........im .K...........Holywoo
JaeV .....et amBahKirsey, J. P. ........... iet
Jeaceson, R.J..................Etamp Kitche, LE............. ai'
Jackeson, T. ........ Wetam Beach Kir-m, A. L .....Jcsnvle
Jaese, S. L.......CconiGrle Kirlank, ....SaeyHro
Jeis, .H. ...S.Ade KikW.W.............. Jacksonville'Kusa~ LA
Jenkins, L. M ............... Miami Kirkparc, . ....... rai
Jaedn, ..........Mitalm Beach Kiryce, R .........;Mim
Jeffnigs, C L..........Jackso.ville Knaufe, . .......CoaGbls
Jennirsn,TF. .....West. Petersbacg Knanser, W. H ........... rad
Jensre, H. LJ............ontampav Kligh, G.A. C........DatnBch
Jindr, ................Mkonimi Knighta, . .....F.Luedl
Jenhns, MJ.............ensaol Knowlton, R. MH.....F.Luedl'
Johkns, P. L ............. Miamic Knoxe, A. W ..........Eln
Johnns, H. A ............acs tkill Konu, A. R6. .......... Tamp
Johnns, 3. L..........N tesmyrna Kruer, W. W ......Aakovle.
Jensn,.E................ Tampa Kngt A,.FC. ......... Jcsnil
Jonto, W ............cksoni Lngt .C.........PatCt
Johnston,~ U..............Pnorlaolo, .H.... t Ptrbr
Johnston, E. A .......... auerale LKnoxt, A. S ............Safr
Johnston, H. K ...........alaa Lke, A. T ..............Lkln
Johnso,A.B .J..............Tmra Lruege,.. ......ac~ovl
Jonso, E. ...............M amia Lammci, F. F .. ..teesug
Jonst, Q.......... MyksnvlesLnatr
Jonst, ................ OlaLtrW L
Johtn, A ....... t adraeLfite .S...........HoGupawHLane;k
Jonst, ............Crolahsseet Lake, T ..... upu pi
Jones, W. C., Jr .............Mamia Lamrbee.L............Prs
Jones, W. W ..............Georia Lass inL.......er Ptrbr
JonesaH .. ..............Ft ers Lancs tern,G. ..........M n .e
Jctyrer, .A.............aytnt Cityh Lanctr, W ........Tap
Jonsc, . ............e Ocala Lancase, W. .....CosCt.
Joafne FC. ........ C osCt Laatli, L. G. .......I... a l
Jons, C, J .............. iamie Learltt, CL. W
J~on, .CW. .............WaGeorgia Laser, P ........Gievl
Joran<, W. B ............Ke Woest Lesmn .A.........Tma,
KeIr Leth M...................... OLefferb
Keely, J........................ aiLeffingwell .B...... rdnot.




-efhlz R. ......... orl abes McFanes,R. B ... N wS yn
ennrd 0.D ........ ..Gora~ Mc riffeeW .F......... ..Ma te
T~eser J G. .......... Lakelnd Mc~au ng, J.ER. ....... Tampa
ewis G.Wes aim Beach Mcver,R. B...... Jacksonil
I l wl, P M. ...........erlando Mc~ibbn,.... , Orlan
sT. ............eica Mc~innon, DBA.....M~an
.Ft.~~c~R Mca,.......... olngwPar
1,ih, .D ........ M iami Mc~inns, R.B. ..... acsnil
imbug, L M. ..... Jaksnille McLreo,............CadeCit
"ridnerJc1soiv11 E.~d NG W................OaaAurfW ......Ncille
ndsly, H. .......$t.eAugustine Mc~ue,J E.............Miamio
. n sey S A ... .. .. .st isad M c ver,TR.B.. ...........LJ co nv~ile
U~ggma, .B .....FtoLudra Mcueea,.. .............BEutis
,inoM.J ......M....Okecoe Mcenzie,.. ............TMai
,ng, .B ...... .P~teur Mc~ibe,. . ............a mip
1,,ishkoff MA........esl Mcinnon, D.L............Marianna
LikP ..........F. c~oyn Mc~ween, E. CHollywoodk prng
t~tgw W ..... ....Miami M ~ wR ....... a p
vings.Laoni MS.ryP.B........... Jacksonville M~oN ....... uil
'Lochne.rsz~vI~ G.cory M, ........ St. Petersburg M~oR ..... rewo
0 o C ........ ..... Eust M c~eodi,N. ......... ao c e
gan,, C E ........... Ooai M~4ckua, . ............. Bartow
lr, o gE .......... ... M adio Mac hurra,HE ....... a p
on, .A, r ......... P atk Mcagie,.CH.............. a p
tonibrake, G.A. .... F.ers~ Man, ~................. Araia
rot, M. ........... lemont Maiwnes J. Jr..D una Spig
;t" Y .E...n.................... iam
-bug e A.,..,....... t. etesbug
oves C. W ... .. .. a ea d M b y .B. . . . .J c s n il
aveJ, ... ... ... .. ack onvlle Mac ord,P.C. . ..S .P trb g
e, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ........K yW s a ~ n lG ...... im
wrie T .L ... ...i .... ...M ia i M ckC ... ... ... ... Q inc




Massiey, W. B..... Q Moes H .....
Maxell, L~.JH. ...... Ft. Lauterdale Mude .H' r Mri w tR,... D ..... ...... ...... W a illek MunsonaA. S. ...... ....
Marrard, ... ..... ak~ each Mrh,.H......Dyon ',a
Middooks V.D............. Mtesbmi Muepho, K .W.......Mlo
Mieon, WS. ..............ackstavile Merph,~ . ..... t eesu
Migel, A.Er............learwin Murray, Fl. P ....aei
Medla, B ................ Maksnime Nerw J. A ......Aaahc
Mie, WD G. ........h..Ttaho e Nerts, H. C .......... eo
Melille, A. H..........Wt. eahrscuka Nerto, PB ..........M
Mierdi, ............ aKnucky Nes, W. .
Mer, G .........St. eTrb Nibac, M. .
MrlioG ........... Cehipyo
Mler, G ....... Meres Nickle,, M A Mrill, 3. P ...........aonie Niao, M........... Orlado
Mer L........Daytona Beach Nles, V. R ........
Miller, L .............. Graeotal Nols, W. G. ..........Tm
Miler, S . ...... St. Petersburg Nort, L. ., ......
Midler, W. E. ............. Sae Newel, .E........... Mia
Miller, W. S...............alatk No n, G. P ........
Mills, A. L ............t. Pesbe Nowng, C .......
Miles,. G. ..............T oama Ntes. C ........ .
Miller, H ............ .tamah .. Pl Beach
Miller, .. ................a F ye
Miler, D .............St.. Mia msbie or, 0 ao .......... 1. .
Milto, P. E ................Taipa Nhl, E. S.
Miller,. ............Tampa o'CasW.M..
Mitll,.M............Sasnforde Nerten, J.BM..........PamaCt
Miller, ..........k... Aabaml oten, RG. ........
Mitll, R. .......... atonlle Noles, R ........
Mitcl, 3 ................ Seeing olesM.
Mill, W. E............ aonv Nrs S ....,.Ji
Millk, A. S ................ P aatka orponer, S........ a p
Mills, J.H .............e. pa
MoerF.C..,, ~ Ta>~ahsse ....el., .
Milton, D. ................ Tampa ... .
Milton, J. D. .................. M mmi Oovlannon. ....
Milton, ......... Tamp O in R. K ....S.P trb r
Miracles, M. S. y ...... Tmpa W ...
Mitchell, C. M. ............... Sanfr O te, H. B, ...... ...... Orlnd
Mitchell, G. M ........... J aksonille Oeten, F .... c snvi
Mtrhelo, H .... ..... Jacsovlle Ols C. .T
Mitchell, J. .............. Sebring Ogesy s Mc ... ... at
Mitchell W ...... Colemon O' aa, A. ,M .........C p
Mok, A. F ................... P nacola Op ehem r L. . ...... awmm
Moeler W ........ St. Peesb r O'Q in L. H ..........*
Mode B. M ........T m a O r L c r. ...... ra




Bureauiii iii iiltili Sttiics1
iDOCTliiRi OF iiEICINE i
Panettiere,~~ Ciiiiiiiii i.ii ....... Mim B ah Prne,0i..Safr
P arikerliliiii J .iiii D= . . . . . .S u r u e n S . . .......................... ......fo r
'Parkinsiiiiiii W .iiiiiiiiiii Niiiiiiiii .i.. ..S .A u u tne P tiiiiiL. .. .St e er b r
j~~arksN W .B. .. .... .. tr e P at .S. .... o ln re
Parnelli~liiiiliii H. Ei .............i Ft. M yers=
Parramore,~~~ J. B ....Jcsnil Pasc%~ ~ ~ ~ J.D... .... aksnil ucslW .....S.Ptrbr
Pae .C. .......... T m a Q ilin @...... C rlG be
Patesnj.C. ........ arsoa Quna ......... P n ac l
Patterson, J.iii Pi .i ........ Jacksonvill P attiiieiisiiiiiiWi.iii.iii..i.ii....i...ii.i.iiTimpai Ri
-P attersoni W .iiiiiiiiiS Aiiii......iJacks nvilliiaaiG .i....... ..... ...i ..iM iai
Paul,~~ ~ ~ ~ L. H ..........BnfyRbrJ .....S.Ptrbr
_Vaulk ~~~ G. A ...........M a i R m ,R B. .....Ja csnil
Pa ,W .. . . . e a d R m a .D . . .. . .N m
Pa n .W ...........M am an al..H ..... se p Iln
P ayne,:iiiiiiiiiii W .i CiiiiI'+ii i .ii .. . . ..P n a o aidl o .C . . .. . a p
PaytoniF.iJi.i.......... .iMiamiiBeachiRankiniG.ii.i................. Tamp
C .iiiii Clilii iiii.. . .i.. . .iiiiiiiiriiRa wiiiiiilii.iL.iiii.. i. ..ii Iiiiin a
....rson ,iiiiii.i..............i..iMiaiiiReed, F .iAi.ii...i.. ii...........iiiitis
Peavy, H iiii..........iF.iLiuderdaleiReederiB.iBii..............iClarksvill
Piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.. ... .i.iiiiiiiiii RiiiziiLiiSi.i..i... ........................v e
Peters,~~~~~~~~~~~~ E ...........MaiRoeB .......Talhse




R1an Floid Stat Bor o eat
DOTR OF;MEjICINE Sa e A St .......i .slii ..ei
Rudop, C. R .... St. Petersburg $msrub, D ....... aet
............................ ......... C l a w a e S k agg s, P-. T . . .. . i m
R acer, T. H.. iicksiii vii.. iiiiiiii C ....... H ...... .. .. .. iiian d R idgeiiiiii SiiipwiioriiiiiiiiiiJ.iiiL ." iii............ W eb steriiiiiiiiiii=,,=
Sloumb C. B. .. ........ Sarasota~
Samale, .e .....JotoThal
Sacet, . ......St. Petersburg Smat,DB. F. .... efPl ec
Sampye, ....... S. iatesug Smth~, A. D........Jcsnil
Sanchez,JB. ..............latpCit Smith, B,.A. .............. ap
Sandes,...............csonime Smith,J. ...........Mim
Sandrs, C. ...........Hacksonille Smith, H .......Et
Sbrd, . ....St avaesnag Smith, .~ W. 't ec
Schpp, ..........Jcsnie Smith.. M.5a
Schvns, R ....... ..Jaknile Smith, P.T........ Gaievil
Sawyerl, B ............a.kso.ile Smith, R. DE. .......... Safr
Saxtn,D.E .W.............Sarasotma Smith,S.. ......... m
Scxo, S. R ..................Ocompa Smith, W. A ..........Ilni'
Scrugg; A ............. Msime Smiths, ...... im5ec
Sayrry,BC. ............... ollyHil Smith,E H............... rad
Sboadi W. vE...........S.JPetksbuirl Smith, J. ...............Mim
Seel, 3. WL.............Lasnvlle Snow, MH. ............. im
Sches,.. ...... akovleSih .G...............Mim...erJW .... Oil
Schel, EM.............Ft ksnvle Solmo, ........jpsnil
Schltzr,.A. ...............aasta Smir,B. FB.............. Lkln
Scller, S. R.' .........Jacoele Spears, B. D. ............Tap
Selman, G. S ..............Asnr Spells, 3. .......... eloi
Sengsty, .............andcari Smence, E.3 ............ Tap
Seaym, M ............Bucsneille Spength, B. ........Cerar
Shaelfd, L Wes P........almBech Snow, H. H.............Tap
Sees,.W...............iai Spier J ,W..............Mai
Shalr, M. H. ............D t.Mern Soromon, H. P ........S.Ptrbr
Shler, E. F ................Tamplta Staor, . Jr. ....... ak Wrt
Seller, E. C .................csonille Stafrd, .......ZofSpig
Sela, J. H .............conil Stanfordl, .........Ttsil
Shngtw,. PE........asndavin Stencor,GJ.J. ........StAusin
Seymloure, F .........csnll Stelr, N. HL .........T a
Shaelor, L. H.Ws amBahSpes .H...............Oce Orlando A L
ShaerW~.. ........... anCiay Spies, W. A ........Drigo
Sharp, W.E .......W... Dand Spoen, M. ....... aae
Shaer E.F ............. a ~pall Stafford, A. ........O ln o
Shaw J.H ........... ack ovill Steanor,HJ.A. .....F.L u edl
Shelho seL. .......... O oee Stebbins, W. LS. ........G cr
Simprt AV.....West Pjalm Bec tton, A.. ........Lkln
Simc x, ... .... ...... Gufpor Stven H J ... ... ... .. i s il
i m m onsiiii H ."iiiii F .ii ....... P ennsylvania Stevensiiii R E~ .i~ ............... Sanfor
iiiiiim m n ,J ....i............iM iamii Stevens, W .iSi.i................iQ uincy
i m m o n sii T Gii .iii ........... A u b u rn d al S t m s n H .iiiiiiiiiiiii~~i iii ''i *iii~i *ii -i *i ii.... ...iiii iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia miiii i
Siiiiiiiiiimo s n L. M ... W inti iiiiiin Stoc ing I.T. . . a t n e c
imiiiiiiisoniiiii F .i E .l A .i=' .. . . ar s t t k s T .i Hii iiiiiii .iliiiiiiii~. iiiiiiiiii .............." P ensaco-la= ====
.............. T................................... .. ........ in te H a e S to n e,........... G ... S ................... ... . . t y r




Bureau of Vital Statistics 17
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Stone, V. D ........ West Palm Beach Trovillion, J. A .. ......... Winter Park
Stormont, R_ M ............ Missouri Truelsen, T .................. Tampa
Stovall, R. H ......... Ft. Lauderdale Tumlin, C. E. .... .......... Miami
Strange, J. L .............. McIntosh Turberville, J. S ............. Century
Strickland, E. E ................ Citra Turck, R. C .................. Ortega
Strickland, H. M ........... Live Oak Turner, J. B ................. Bagdad
Strickland, J. A ....... St. Petersburg Turner, J. C ................... Miami
Stringm,*- ........ Tampa Turner, J. W ............. Cedar Key
,Strode, Y L, ". *.'.'.'. *. *.'. ........ Olympia Turner, S. L ............... Williston
Strong, S.. B ..................... Cuba Tyler, L. V ....... South Jacksonville
.Strong, S. M .. .............. New York Tyre, C. McK ................. Eustis
Stuart, J. D ............. Coral Gables Twiggs, J. H ................. Archer
Stuar-t, M. H .......... St. Petersburg
Stutts, B. S .. ............... Dunnellon U
SullivanY R_ M .............. Lakeland Underwood, A. W ..... St. Augustine
Sullivay, M L ............. Pensacola Upchurch, N. A. .- ...... Jacksonville
Summers.,, A. T ................ Miami Uzell, V. D ................... Miami
Summitt, M E .............. Orlando
SundayE.j .. .............. Pensacola V
Swift, E. C .............. Jacksonville Vail, L. B ................ Clearwater
Van Doren, W. H ............. Illinois
T Van Engelken, L. H ........... Ocala
Tallman, M. H ................ Miami Van Epp, 0. B ....... North Carolina
Tatom, F. L ............. Lake Worth Van Landingham, W. E. W. P. Beach
Taylor, H. M ............ Jacksonville Van Schaick, H. D ...... Jacksonville
Taylor, J. E ................. DeLand Vassar, T. D ............... Lakeland
Taylor, J. W ................. Tampa VaughanC .................. Tampa
Taylor, T. W ............... Sarasota Veal, E. W ....... South Jacksonville
Taylor, W. H ... ........ Daytona Beach Velasco, E. E ............. Ft. Myers
Teeter, E. H ............ Jacksonville Vickers, T. M ...... West Palm Beach
Tessier, J. N .................. Miami Vincent, C. P ................ Sanford
Thach, A. B ............... Tennessee Vinson, J. R ............... Callahan
Thames, R ................... Milton Vinson, W. i .................. Miami
Thomas., A. F ................ Sanford Vogt, F. A ..................... Miami
,,.Thomas- E. C ................. Miami
Thomas, K. C ................. Miami W
Thomas, M. D ................ Miami Waas, F. J .............. Jacksonville
Thomas, R. Y. H ........ Jacksonville Wade, H. W .......... St. Petersburg
Thomas, W. C ........... Gainesville Walker, H. A ............ Hollywood
Thomas, W. H ........... Jacksonville Walker, W. H ............... Lamont
Thomp.son, D. C ........ Jacksonville Walkup, A. C .......... St. Augustine
Thompson, F. E ........... Michigan Walter, F. J ............... California
Thompson, H. 0 ............. Tampa Walters, A. L .......... Miami Beach
Thompson, T. C. ......-Jacksonville Walton, M ................. Hastings
Thorne, J. I ................... Miami Ward, C. A. ... Jacksonville
Thorpe, E. D ..... DeFuniak Springs Warren, E. W ................ Palatka
Thorpe, F .................... Tampa Warren, G. H ................. Perry
Thr6lkeld, M. F ............... Mia:fiii Warren, W. R ............. Key West
Tillis, W. L ................. Lakeland Washburn, C. D ......... Jacksonville
Tillman, G. C .. ............. Gainesville Waterman, A. H .............. Illinois
Tinkler, B. R ............ Lake Walfs Watson, H ................. Lakeland
Tison, B. M .................. Tampa Watt, H. F .. .................... Ocala
Todd, DeV. 0 .......... Pennsylvania Watters,, W. H. ...... Coconut Grove
Tolar, J. N .................. Sanford Watts P. E ....... South Jacksonville
Tomlinson, J. P ......... Lake Wales WeathersbeeA.B. ...South Carolina
T6rbett, R. S ................... Tampa Webb, C. C ............... Pensacola
TouchtQn, W. C .......... Avon Park Webb, E. P ............... Crestview
Tower, J. B ............... Homestead Webb, R .......... West Palm Beach
Townsend, S. H ......... St. Petersburg Web b, ,W. D .......... St. Augustine
ToyS.H. .- ............... Umatilla Weed, W. A ............... Lakeland
Trelles, J. A .................. Tampa Weekley, A. S ............... Tampa
TriceS.T. Weeks, J. L ................... Perry
TrousdaleT. McK ........... Virginia Weeks, P. D .. ........... High Springs




Welcs, L. Rn ........Tetn WlimR .Tm.
Weels, W .. ......... Serving ila s .CJr .....
Weem N.M ........... oynton W illaso,. ,. I..... ... e
Weis, EW............peLand Willso,J.RM........ -Wlit'
Welch,~a~n G.E. T......... Palta Wilson, AP .... -J~k~-V1
Whidde, K ........... Petesburga Wilsen, . .1ko'vt
Weho, L .............Ft. Pieace Wilsor, S. A ......... aso
Whilsn, BR...............t. Merch Wilson, C. .
Whitaks, M ...........Brlando Wilsonr, J. F., Jr. ..... aelh
Whit, W ..............eksnvillea Witto, D. C. .........Gola
WhtC.B.........Cca Wilerne, LR. ....... eo
Whit, E..... ..i Oak~sii~ Wilod, A. ......
Whitemn 3. A..............T Mamia Wilod, A. W .......
White, .........Oirmo rde Woodser G W E......D uadi
White, .............Orenala Woodle, S. .............F. y
White, ..............F.MPieton Wod, S. ...........Pma
White, W. C............Li.vMera WinonM. R C.........Ta
WhtilJ ........PanamBaCtyn Woodens, G.H. W....... rst
Wilams, F. H.....,ut God WosyBF.......$
Whitfo, R .............Ozsaola Wigt, . ......... lcu
Whiteo, W E .........High Sptrinug Wi, A ..........LaeCt
Whitm, S ........... Pal oa Beach ....... .Ivtrah
White, L ............... Miami Yoarbckg, C ..........:Ta
Wit, C. E............Ft. LAuderdale YWoh, ...... t eesu
Wico, R ..............konil YatesWoo, D. H ............. am
Wihit, E........... ..Qunnecy -Wouma, ............ okeg
Wihte R. E...........k WlesYuanWo, C ............Les g
Wikts, AP. .........Jckson illen Youn, A.L............ Pn'Csl'
Wikis, BC. A..........TaLlahse Y oungr, ..........I.... iar
Williamsd, C. A ........S. Peterbm r CiyWon, W. CW ........ Orlnd
Williams, C. R .........S. Pentersbrdg Wounge, W. C. ....... Jakonil
Wiliams, G. L ............ Meoae Zander, N. F. ........... imt
Wiliam, J .............T Mama Zedikr,iA. B. C. .2........Ma
Wiia, J ...........Monticauerdlo Zige,.H
William, C. W .............Tap Zikovll ao h W.. ........ icsk
Williams, G ............naewod Youn, C. .............PatCt
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Wila s .F. .......M niel Ze lr .H. ......P n sla i
Wiii i l !~liam s ,~i~iiii!iii~ii:!~iii J .-iili W . . . . . . a m p ai o n S ....................................................
Wliiliii" ili a m s. R .IiG ;l H li~iiiiiiiiiiiii~i~iii .. .. .. Piiui ntiai G orda Z oi~iii~iiiiiiii ll C .. ... .... ... ....Mciios




Witt~~~~ ~Lot Wate De~eead oeaA .Ct
Jlha~~~nce:,c Cowell Edwar Sutnton tricktandEgrEgn
Lltha: Fiel, Caresr A. Cocoa,: ir B
Selles, EnestAugusus Femin, Clade Flm&r Clearwater:
Bva Gte, Hubbdi Coluns, Gutavusi~
'BtA.S aygoe, es Kern AArcuhie, Ewiam Oscar
Contr, ugutus ugee Lrrabe hares Wllim Bwhie, JohnThomaB onpa-M~oToa S. Cocen G uove: rw
M-c-ridC ThmsElot Mson, JohnR FrnkinGrvs, Wyatt Hammon
Blir se, Geno Poel Wrnfrd Kfman, Froanr E.
CokrJonthn ebatin Frnll Jro Maso Rigent, Naormn S.
CT"UI. M rdoc L. rewser: itter, M in Alendr
,-High mithG. F.B le Pecyo1e ufJoeh rnki
,Krkatic, hale Hrr Boksve: Sbp~mth, B.emi
Mc~wan, D L.arogri1 Adrian C.~ V ail, eo B
trhe: rk GorgeR Clemnt:~Qogeev
-Twiggs,, Joh H Hncck Wilcott Er. maeii n:rn4
Dea, CareSparsngunoll Ceoco
Lucilla.- Cartere, Lemue .H ghit Wlim mt
Mc~ed, N W. usherll Paoen Salter Clayton
Mon ~ ~ ~ ~~s Parkw: Seyour Dai soe Scry .C
Chanler Isac ayne Calaha: W iteChalesBel




20 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF IVEDICINE Crystal River: Taylor, Joseph Enoch Stovall, Ruper
Hudson, Porter James Weis, Edmund W. Wiig, C. J.
Moon, William Benjamin West, Hugh Ft. McCoy
Cypress: DeLeon Springs: Lisk, Pero F.
McLeod, John Edward O'Bannon, Albert Ft.1Veade:
O'Hara, Andrew M.. Delray: Carefoot, George
Dade City: Williams, William C., r. Lindsey, Sher
Jackson, Thomas Fred Delray Beach: Williams, Edwin d
McGregor, George Gleason Davis, Kenneth McCaskill Zander, Willian rc Sistrunk, Robert Donnie Dowling Park: Ft. Myers:
Dania: Dicks, Reid E:t F
Shelton, John Benjamin uMcFeeters, Richard Bruce Bost n, Frn
BBotesn Ernest' Darlington: Dunedim: Gra
Bxddlece Willia Henry. *
Spires, W. G. Mease, John Andrew, Jr. ar
Cle~ Haris,, WalerrenlyA ~o
Davenport: Winchester, Harold E. Hunter, A. P.
Besenbruch, Peter W. Dunnellon: Jones, H. Quilli
Day: Baskin, James G. Khoe,
Prine, J. L. Stutts, Baldwn S. Longbrake, Guy A
Daytona Beach: Eastport: Merrick, Charles t
Adams, Texas Alexander Baker, Walter Joseph Newton, Robley E
Bates, George L. Eau Gallie: Nowling James C
Middle, James K. Adams, Dallas Hilliard Parnell, Henry E
Bohannon, Clyde C. Creel, William Jackson Seiler, Minnie Myr
Chandler, James Ryan Ellenton: Stone, George S
Clemmer, Charles A. Klyce, James Romulus Velasco, Edward
Davis, Joseph Brown Luke, Josiah Jackson Whisnant, Baker
Esch,Joseph P. Esto: Winkler, Willia Bo
Farmer, Myron Hall Smith, DavidFranklin Ft. Ogden:
Fogarty, Joseph Norman Eustis: Aurn, Emil C.
Genge, Victor P. Calvin, William J. Ft. Pierce
Groesbeck, F. B. Coupland, James Durfey Bis ames Will
Hills, James Seth Hannum, Montgomery M. Boip,
Howe, Raymond Jackson, Alfred Joseph aBooth, Ronerth
Howe, Roy Lodor, Charles Howard Clark, H n o
Jones, Lauren McKee, William Pitman Counci eln
Klock, Guy Almeron Reed, Francis A. Dame, Le
Merryday, Harry L. Tyre, C. McK. Dun, Jo H.
Miller, Robert Lee Everglades: Gliddien, C. H.
Murphy, Chester Homer Brewer, William Ausborn Hardre, .
Myres, Magnus J. Fairfield: W dn sr L
Puleston;,Fred Gatrell, Henry Freepo
Rawlings, James Emery Fernandina: Freeport:
Rogers, M. Josie Bunker, Lyman Lyndon HugnsEa
Rutter, Joseph Howard Humphreys, David G. Fotroof :
Smith, Dean Tyler Ft. Lauderdale: AlI
Stocking, John T. Brown, Oliver Clinton Cordes, Henry B.,
Taylor, William Henry Brush, Samuel P. Gainesville:
Wells, J. Ralston Carter, Donald Earl Andrews, Edwin H
DeFuniak Springs: Darrow, Anna A. Ayer, Robert B.
McSween, John C., Jr. Hendricks, Elliott M. Colson, James Henr
Morris, G. P. Howard, Richard E. Dell, James Maxey
Thorpe, Eugene D. Johnston, John Allen DePass, Matthew H
DeLand: Kennedy, Thomas S. Haskell, Lyman Ge
Brown, Lu Van Leer Klussman, Henry A. Hodges, James Hat
Carter, Emory A. Klussman, Richard M. King, T. Byron
Coleman, Senator Reubene Lingeman, Ralph B. Lassiter, Wilburn
Davis, George A. Lowry, Robert S. Rice, Samuel Davie
Dillard, Thomas Hiram Maxwell, Leslie Howe Smith, DeWitt T.
Glatzau, Lewis W., Peavy, Henry Jackson Thomas, Wiliam C
Heck, Maurice Eby Repass, Robert E. Tillman, George Cla
Munson, Albert S. Robinson, Leigh Fowler Trice, Spencer T.
Pay, Wilson C. Skiff, Francis S. Glenwood:
Sharp, William H. H. Stanford, John A. Bredow, Pauline W




Bureau of Vital Statitcs 21
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
le: Hosford: Griffin, LeRoy Smith
Silver Crtez Bullard, P. D. Gwinn, Van Henry
, Redden Lee Interlachen: Harrell, David E.
Woerner, Lydia Harris, Herrman Hirsch
ey, Zannie Inverness: Harris, William Greene
idge: Dame, George A. Hartman, James H.
Charles Howell Miller, James F. Heggie, Norman McLeod
ove Springs: Jacksonville: Henson, Graham E.
r, Leslie Carlisle Adams, George E. Holden, Gerry R.
, Samuel James Evan Adams, Thomas Shaw Holloway, Luther William
foster P. Adams, W. Herbert Horne, Hendley Foxworth
ro: Allen, James Franklin Humphreys, David G., Jr.
er, Oth Winton Bacon, Henry Humphries, Homer H.
d Baker, Robert M. Ives, Harold Augustus
d, Robert Fr Barfield, Frederick G. James, Henry William
d: Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Jelks, Edward
e, Willia G. Beckman, George Edwin Jennings, Charles L.
n, James Iradel Berry, Ned Carroll Johnston, Crowell W.
mock: Betton, George W. Keisling, Frederick Carter
e, Lincoln Sydnor Blackmar, Ray Wellborn Killinger, Raymond R.
Blinn, Theodore A. Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee
Lawrence Boone, James Lunsford Kirk, William Wilson
ity: Bowen, Frederick Jay Knauer, William J.
SAlfredTheodore Boyd, John Elliott Knight, A. Comer
, Robertee Bransford, Lee E. Krueger, Frederick W.
, Emmett Edward Brillhart, Harry Lester Limbaugh, Louie Mixon David Hugh, Jr. Brink, Fritz Albert Livingston, Smart Pope
, William W. Broadbent, Oliver P. Love, James D.
s: Brown, Fletcher L. Lyncker, Nicholas
, Luke Harvey Brown, Richard Lewis McEuen, Harry Bernard
, Charles Andrew Bryant, James Malone McGinnis, Robert H.
n, Gordon Buckman, Thomas E. McIver, Robert Boyd
n, Milton Campbell, S. Spearing Mabry, Charles Burrows
SCarefoot, Evison I. Manhoff, Ben
Kilpatrick Cason, Turner Zeigler Manning, William S.
Harmon H. Chapman, Benjamin A. Martin, Paul Howard
leah:Chilli, Joseph L. May, Robert Drysdale
n Leon Hardie Collins, C. C. Means, George Simonton
gs Copeland, Silas Morgan Milam, Ernest Bowling
s Percy Dell Copp, Francis Allen Miller, Frank D.
k, William Eugene Counts, Herbert Walter Miller, Joseph P.
ir Croft, Theodore Gaillaid Miller, Wilhliam Edward
u 1 q C Cunningham, Lester W. Mitchell, George Milner
Aer L Daniel, Samuel Blake Mitchell, John Henry
Darner, Henry Lauran Moe, Leonard N.
Day, Gaston Morgan, Thomas Edward
Dean, Russell H. Morris, Kenneth Alexander
Dickerson, George Lewis Norris, Sauel Royall .. Drew, Horace R. Oetjen, George Frederick
od: Driskell, Simon Eugene Parramore, James B.
am, Albert J. Duncan, Charles Frederick Pasco, James Denham
y, James Mitchell Durkee, Jay Harvey Patterson, James Perry
7, E. T. Dux, Henry M. Patterson, Willard A.
Erwin, Stanley Peterson,Qlaus Alfred
, Luther Eldridge Field, Thomas Sullivan Peyton, Harry A.
Fr, HarrisonA. Fort, Frank Leslie Pierce, James Lewis
a: Furnish, Richard Douglas Porter, Harry Wray
Qson, Claud Gammon, Julian E. Proctor, Harper Lane
Thee Allan Goethe, James E. Ramage, Raymond Brock
is, Herman Goggins, John H. Richards, Ferdinand
ead: Go-odale, Banks H. Richardson, George W.
," William Bullard Gorman, John Malcolm Richardson, Shaler Arnold
r, John B. Greene, Ralph N. Rollins, Clarence David




DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Ross, William Edson Lake Butler Tatom Fletcher &
Sanderson, Raymond King, George Robert S. Youn, Anne
Sandusky, Clarence M. Marines, John Edge Lamnt:
Schell, Warren W. Maines, John E., Jr. Walker, William Wr
Schnauss, William R. Mann, John M. Largo:
Schnell, Frederick E. Marshburn, Clarence B. Anderson, William
Seay, Walter Ervin Lake City: Barker, Samuel J.
Sellers, Elijah Thomas Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Laurel Hill:
Shaw, John Henry Arnold, Laurie James Stephens, Samuel I
Shaw, Wilfred McLaurin Bates, Thomas Henry Lawtey:
Shellhorse, William F. Black, Irby Andrew CarradineJohn Hu
Simpson, James Knox Brown, Edgar F. Lee:
Sisson, Sanford S. Caldwell, Herbert Hamrick, BascomW
Skipper, Clarence Toombs Farnell, Perry Cleveland Leesburg: Smith, Arthur Walls Harkness, Robert B. Bush, Warren.D.
Smith, Ralph Edward Ives, Washington MacKey Doctor, William R
Stollenwerck, Amasa D. Murray, Francis Arthur Holland, Howard G
Swift, Edwin Chester Niblack, James L. King, Loomis Peri
Taylor, Hermon Marshall Witt, Thomas Walter Morrison, Harry E
Teeter, Edmund H. Lake Geneva: Wood, Samuel Cliff
Thomas, Robert Y. H. Faver, Robert M. Live OakThomas, William Howard Lake Jovita: Airth, Henry Frank
Thompson, David Chester Bradshaw, John T. Anderson, Thomas
Thompson, Thomas C. Lakeland: Price, Joshua Marv
Upchurch, Noble Alvin Causey, Thomas William ReynoldsJohn He
Van Schaick, Harold Dean Clark, Samuel Allen Strickland, Henry
Waas, Frederick J. Dickinson, Walter Philip West, James Whit
Ward, Cassius A. Early, Charles Stacy White, Wilham Ch
Washburn, Clayton D. Farmer, Charles Hall Loughman:
West, Charles Omer Freeman, Grover C. Holloway, ClaytiW
Wilcox, Clarence Robert Griffin, J. D., Macclenny:
Wilkinson, Albert H. Ilderton, John Allen Crockett, E &
Wilson, Alpheus K. Koon, Alpheus C. McIntosh:
Wilson, Burrell C. Leffers, Richard, Sr. Strange, James La
Woolsey, Bertram Fred Lester, John Gambill Zoll, Frank Calloun
Jasper: Love, Cicero W. Madison:
Bruce, John Robert Maynard, Ben H. Blalock, Alonzsh
O'Cain, William Marvin Overstreet, George Clenon Davis, George
Jennings: Richards, H. Mercer Hamrick, Benjamin
Beaty, Jas. J. Roberts, Tenney Hugh Long, Eastae
Kelsey City: Smith, Samuel Frederick Yates, David H.
Pearson, Homer Colquitt Stetson, Alexander G. C. Malone: Kendall: Sullivan, Raleigh Robert Bell, James Lee
Moore, Alfred Tillis, Wylie L. Bell, William Ealy
Key West: Vassar, Thomas Dupree Kennedy, Robert I
de Aragon, Adolfo E. Watson, Herman Manatee:
Galey, H. C. Weed, Walter A. Lancaster, Blake
Keating, William Bernard Wilson, John F., Jr. McDuffee, Toliver
Lowe, Eugene C. Lake Wales: Sporman, MacCrel
Pintado, Nilo C. Anderson, James Martin Mandarin:
Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Epling, Brady Dexter Sengstak, Ernst P.
Warren, William Richard Tinkler, Bruce Raymond Marianna: Kissimmee: Tomlinson, J. Pitt Baltzell, Nicholas A
Brinson, Haynes Wilhoyte, Roy Evans Harris, Edward
Derbyshire, Ephraim Lakewood: Hodges, Genous S.
Geiger, H. S. Williams, A. G. McKinnon, Daniel
Rivers, Thomas Maximus Lake Worth: Marshburn, Eustis
Labelle: Brantley, Grady H. Mayo:
Seebold, John Louis Denison, Raymond Chase Green, O. F.
Lacoochee: Nutter, William Lawrence Myers, Nicholas P.
Cannon, Augustus Bartow Rowe, Alvah Leo Maypor:
McLeod, Thomas Sory, Bailey Brown, Tr. Bothwell. George E




Bureau of Vital Statistics 2
DOCTORS OF IVEDICINE
me: Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr. Thomas, Kelly C.
Kra Floyd Keeler, Frank L. Thomas, Merrick Dowdell
:Hay, Isaac Morris Keely, John Thorne, J. I.
iIsham Kimbell Kennon, Charles L. Threlkeld, Major Edgar
(Kershaw, A. J. Tumlin, Corbett Edward
tn, H. F. Kirby,William Leslie Turner, John Calvin
Kirsch, Maxwell David Uzell, Vlasta D.
Joseph Ellis Leavitt, H. A. Vinson, Willie Joseph
, Elmer Hall Lewis, Taylor Vogt, Ferdinand A.
Isadore Henry Light, Samuel D. W. Welch, P. B.
Omer F. Lithgow, William D. Westermann, Julius T.
vitz, Samuel Litterer, Ammon Buist White, David Ward
ck, Donald T. Lott, Young Cleveland Whitten, Benjamin Leland
ck, Henry C. Lowrie, Thomas Luther Wilson, M. C.
Juel M. Lowry, Charles S. Wood, Arthur Welleslie
Leonard Allen Lucinian, Joseph H. Woodard, Robert C.
d, J. O. Luke, James Martin Joshua Wright, Nelson Amos, Jr.
Hubert Arlander Lustgarten, Abraham Yarbrough, Henry Charles
William Jacob Lyell, Robert Oliver Youmans, Iva Catherine
Dallas Seth McCall, Frederick William Zion, Samuel M.
, John Wilcox McCants, Clyde Hare Miami Beach:
d, Clifton Price McCartney, Johnson N. DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen
R. N., MacDonell, George Nowlan Hall, Thomas Bryon
, Albert Charles McGunagle, Joseph E. Hotchkiss, Walter T.
bers, Silas Eldridge McKenzie, John Seaborn Hutton, J. C. F.
lerGail Ellsworth McKibben, William Watson Jenkins, Paul K.
an, William A. Manson, Plumer Jacobs Marshall, James Earl
ora, Charles Dalton Martin, Benjamin James Panettiere, Cayetano
r, George Drew Martin, Marion Calvin Payton, Frazier J.
n, Milton M. Mazon, Frederick Douglass Pollock, Benjamin
Ed-monson S. Medlin, Willard Buford Roche, Charles Frederic
Harley ranklin Milton, John D. Smith, John Frederick
Michael Price Newell, C. E. Walters, Arthur Louis
, Max 'Nichol, Edward Sterling Micanopy:
ay, Carl Ellis Palmer, Bascom Headen Dailey, Ira A..
Samuel Fletcher Paulk, George A. Miccosukee:
Lee William Payne, J. W. Yarbrough, Wilbur Fisk
Nilliam Harrison Pearson, Homer Lee, Jr. Milton:
e Matthew Jay Pearson, Nelson Tinsley Hankins, Jeremiah N.
>rthy, Frank W. Pearson, Rufus Judson Heath, Henry Oliver
r, S. M. Peters, Edgar Holley, John Calvert
h, Elmo Dial Phillips, Kenneth Thames, Rufus
er, Max Pond, Edmund Morse White, Russell P.
son, William M. Preston, Robert West Monticello:
y, Francis A. Raap, Gerard Brinson, John B., Jr.
7, Ralph A. Rentz, William C. Glover, George Boston
s, J. Rayn6nd Sawyer, W. B. Williams, John Franklin
, Henry Harrison Sayles, Charles Frederick Moore Haven:
ard, Williamn Andrew Seeds, John B. Draughn, Duncan M.
eld, Harry Benjamin Shaw, Eugene Clay Mount Dora:
. J. Shisler, John W. Callahan, O. L.
1 Fouad Hilmy Simmons, John Andrew Fenn, Harry Todd s, David Watson Sinclair, John A. B. Williams, Daniel B.
s, Robert Miller Skaggs, Peter Thomas Mulb *
Hach, Ernest Bruce Smith, C. Kirby
lon, Benjamin F. Smith, James Walker Purphy, Hugh K
es, Roy Jones Smith, Marvin U. Pearce, Claude Cl
Thomas W. Snyder, John William Munson:
n, Eugene Keene Stimson, Horace McClure, flcbert A.
b ~t Nalaca:
Jekis, Leslie Max Summers, Albert TowerNac:
, Vladimir Kamil Tallman, Maurice Henry Dyess, Charles T.
son, Estella Lucille Tessier, Joseph N. Newberry:
J Edwin Mercer Thomas, Edwin Crawford Getzen, Samuel Pace




24 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
New Port Richey: Hoffmann, Carl Donnelly Nixon, James &
Gavin, Claudius A. Ingram, Lawrence C. Whitfield, J. M.
New Smyr;na: Johnston, Hewitt Parish:
Bouchelle, Louis Brown Kime, Rufus R. Lamb Lloyd L.
Chowning, William C. Kleiser, Albert H. Pensacola:
Forster, Davis Leach, Milford Arthur Abbott, M. S. G.
Henry, Hugh W. Lewis, P. M. Ames, Allen M
Johnson, Joseph L. McElroy, Sylvan AndersonWarren E
McDaniels, George Thomas McEwan, John S. Bell, John D.
Niceville: Mallory, Meredith Bickerstaff, James H
McGriff, William Franklin Neal, Thomas Albert Brunson, H. B
Noma: Oertel, Henry B. Bryans, Herbert Lee
Ramsay, Walter D. Orr, Louis McDonald, Jr. Bryans, Robert Lee
Ocala: Osenbach, William Carter, John Hardin
Chalker, James LeRoy Osincup, Gilbert Seymour Cobb, E. S.
.Dozier, Henry C. Pines, John Andrew D'Alemberte, ClintaW
Freeman, Albert H. Redding, John L. Dewberry, William C
Hampton, E. C. Mitchell Robinson, S. Miles Diaz, Emilio
Hughes, R. S. Sinclair, William Ewing Dixon, Albert A.
Jones, Nathaniel H. Smith, James Horace Fellows, James Hugh
Lindner, Eaton George Spiers, William Henry Fraser, Donald Scott
Moore, John Norton Stafford, Arthur Henry Haisfield, Abram Ray
Peek, Eugene G. Summitt, Robert Elmer Heinberg, Charles J
Van Engelken, Louis H. Wells, W. M. Hixh, Frank Petty
Watt, Harry Farlin White, Roland Thatcher Hoffman, Janes Mor
Wilson, W. P. Wooden, H. W. Hutchinson, ClareneE
Ocoee: Ormond Beach: Johnson, Arthr J.
Scott, Sam R. White, John Blake Lischkoff, Mzart A.
Shellhouse, Luther Harvie Ortega: Mixon, J. A.
Ojus: Turck, Raymond Custer Mock, Albert Edwar
Heard, Wilbur L. Oviedo. Nobles, Robert Greet
Okeechobee: .., o~s
Okeechobee: Martin, John William Nobles, Velpeau Rob
Davis, Claude L. Ozona: Nobles, Wilam D.
Lingo, Michael Jones oa: Payne, Walter Clifto
McDermid, Hody Calvin Logan, Chester E. Peel, George Talb
Olympia: Whitford, Grace Ruarc Pi, L
Olympia: Phillips, Lawrence C.
Strode, Robert Caldwell Pahokee: Pierpont, Juah Har
Orange Park: Creel, Charles Edgar Pollock, Wm. A. J., J
Lane, Remer Young Palatka Quina, Marion Ernes
Orlando: Floyd, Hayden G. Renshaw, Frank Gale
Andrews, Laurin Lundy Hosey, John T. Simpson, Horace Lee
Andrews, Mitchell M. Johnson, H. A. Stokes, Thomas Hen
Beardall, Harold Martin Long, James A., Jr. Sullivay, Rosa L.
Buckmaster, Ory L. Miller, Wesley Sherman Sunday, Edward Julia
Butler, Paul T. Rosborough, Dalton Yancy Webb, Carol C.
Callahan, Jerry B. Steen, Alexander M. Whidden, Eugene K.
Chappell, John R. Warren, Edmund Walters White, Alvyn Wave
Chiles, Joseph Haskell Welch, George E. Perrine:
Christ, Calvin D. Palm Beach: Freeman, Mary
Collins, Charles Joseph Downs, Augustus S. Perry:
Craney, Edward Thomas Fahnestock, Joseph C. Ellis, John Clement
Daniels, Samuel Homer Merrill, Charles Morton Greene, Ralph James
Davila, J. A. Morrison, Charles C., Jr. Howsley, William M
Day, Horace A. Newton, Silvanus B. Warren, George Hilli
Duffin, Charles E. Palmetto: Weeks, James L.
Edwards, Gaston H. Bertrem, J. Willie Pine Castle:
English, David Eugene Brown, John ~. Wood, Will Lee
Folsom, Spencer A. Harrison, Mac Millar Pinetta:
Ford, James Arthur Panama City: Kinsey, Junius P.
Gray, Frank Dorsey Adams, Daniel M. Plant City:
Gwynn,Humphrey Wilson Blackshear, R. D. Alsobrook, John Wal
Hankins, I. Sylvester Blackshear, William J. Black, Robert C.
Heitz, John J. Lee, William J. ColemanT Jon Alexane




Bureau of Vital Statistics 25
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
, Lovell ampton St. Petersburg: Wade, Hugh Wesley
n, William Joseph Aber, Albert H. Welch, Harry C.
r, Oscar Albert Bieker, Annette Mebane White,Benjamin Lewis
nigit, John Claren Bieker, Siegfried Bernard Williams, Carl Alonzo
ire, Thomas Clair Coil, Hugh J. Williams, Chesley Raleygh
ez, Butler Hobb Cooper, John Hightower Wood, Alvin James SCalvinTodd Davies, Ray Wylie, LeRoy Allen
Davis, James Ernest Sanderson:
M in e. Davis, William M. Blanton, Ira L.
: Dawson, Stephen A. Sanford:
cean George S. Echard, Thomas B. Denton, John Thos.
r, Sanford A. Feaster, Orion Otis Heitz, A. W.
e Leon: Fisk, Harley Bruce Knox, Arthur Wesley
eph iram Aubrey Funk, Neil E. Langley, William T.
rOrge: Gable, Linwood Malone Marshall, Cyril Justin
n Wright Gable, Nonie Worth Mitchell, Clifford Morgan
Joe: Griffin, Thos. R. Park, Charles Lanier
iny Watson Hardenbergh, John A. Prince, 0. A.
rtpa City: Haseltine, Burton Puleston, Samuel
, William H. Heibner, Eugene Albert Robson, James N.
rda: Herring, John A. Selman, Guy Stokely
M a, Leldon Wais Holloway, W. H. Smith, Henry Damon
SJames A. Hooper, Clara A. Starke, George Henry
ms, Rabun Herrt Hudson, Arthur T. Stevens, Ralph Edwin
uiy Jennings, Frank S. Thomas, Abraham Fifield
Julius Caesar Knowiton, Roscoe Hosmer Tolar, Julian Nolley
, jewel Guy Kumm, Frederick Fayne Vincent, Charles F.
, Robert Fain Lambdin, Ludlow Sarasota:
lyde ifton Leith, Richard Bliss Cribbins, Orville H.
y William Walton Lingo, William Bernard Griffin, Harold W.
, William Spencer Lochner, George Mitchell Halton, Jack
it, Sterling E. Lougee, Arthur J. Halton, Joseph
o Lustig, Emil Metzger, Frank C.
us Robert Donald McClane, Frank Elmer Morton, Arthur Oscar
cton: McClane, John William Patterson, John Clyatt
, benjamin F. McConnell, Whitman C. Schultz, Frederick W.
ge: MacCordy, Earl C. Simpson, Frank E. A.
, George W. Marr, Norval Mason Slocumb, Clyde B.
arbor: Melville, Edmond John Taylor, Thomas Walter
rds, Walter E. Middlebrooks, Violet Wilson, Cullen B.
and, Needham Lawton Miller, George Edmund Withers, Gabriel Harold
SAdew: Mills, Alvin Lee Scanlon:
Mus, Ant H. Moeller, Maximilian W. Bryan, William H.
r, Arthr B. Murphy, Ralph Dollahan Sebastian:
stine: O'Brien, Raymond Keith Rose, David
tt, Wilbur E. Osgood, George Edward Sebring:
Edgar Stuart Palmer, Harrison Gregory Anderson, James M.
, James, 1urnie Post, William Glenn, Jr. Mitchell, John Wesley
Walter Bryant Prather, Benton T. Weems, Howard Vincent
Joseph Max Putnam, Harry Lyman Seville:
ey, Horace Quicksall, William E. Williams, W. J.
ison, William N. Raborn, John D. .
Rieger, Paul Hudgens, Thomas Hamlin
ggs, Samuel Andrew Roope, A. P. cer, Jacob John Rudolph, Council CourtlandS c
wood, Arthur W. Sackett, Harry R. Kemp, V 1L1
Sample, Joseph Richard SotJtp 111 Walter Duval Sarven, James David Miller, Sam=uelDabif,
, Herbert Eugene Sbordi, Henry V. Tyler, Lockland Vance
d: Solomon, Henry Doyle Veal, Ernest Whitney
, Judson David Strickland, Jesse Armed Watts, Peryl Elkn
man, Minerva B. Stuart, Martin, Hardin South Miami:
s, William Henry Townsend, Shell Hughes Grimes, Dewey Herbert




take: Faver, henry Merrell Parker, Jua
Holland, R. N. Filbert, Charles Edward Pate, Julien
Middleton, William E. Fina, Ricardo Patterson,
Parks, Walker B. Flaker, Carl Barnes Portcarreo,Ns
Stuart: Forbes, Sherman B. Randolf, J. Ce
Eurit, Floyd Burner Foster, John Cantzon Rankin, Grov
Newnham, John Alfred Garcia,Parsons Manuel Rector, Lee
Parker, Julian David Gilbert, Elsie Martinson Rowlett, Willi
Sulphur Springs: Gilmer, Eugene Stanford Saxton, David
Lake, Esley Taylor Glass, Roscoe Engene Saxton, Jesse
Tatlhasnn: Golden, Harold Miller Shaver, Edwa
Ausley, Charles Merritt Grantham, James Mullins SmithBurdet Brevard, Ephraim Mays -Grimal, Angel S. Smith, HenryMao
Claxton, William Allan Guerra, J. J. Smith, Walton
Dozier, Laurie Lester Gyland, Stephen P. Smeak, Edwa
Gwynn, George H. Halliday, John Snow, Henry O
Johnston, John K. Hamner, George P. Spengler,Nat
Kendrick, Odis Gilbert Hardy, George E. W., Jr. Stafford, Char Moor, Frederick Clifton Hart, Oliver James Stone, Alverd
Palmer, Henry Edwards Helms,John S. Stringer, Shel
Rhodes, Bricey Milton Henderson, Robert Preston Taylor, Josep
Robertson, May Clare Higgins, Allen Fitch Thompson, H
Wilkinson, Benjamin A. Holloway, E. W. Thorpe, Fran1
Tampa: Hopkins, Clack Dickenson Tison, Brnet
Adamson, William P. Hubbard, Roscoe Conkling Torbett, Ralp
Allen, Bundy Jefferson, Rollin Trelles, Jorge
Anderson, M. Jackson Jensen, Henry Jack Trielser, The
Andrewsi, Chadbourne A. Johnson, Samuel Edward Vaghan, Cec Baldwin, Robert Edgar Jones, Augustus B., Jr. Weekly, Aug
Barker, Frank Talmage Knanf, Arthur Raymond White, Jacob
Bartlett, Charles W. Lancaster, William Jesse Williams, Hor
Bartlett, Charles W., Jr. Larner, Leonard G. Williams, Job
Bidwell, Alfred Morrell Lassman, George A. Williams, P R
Bitzer, Emory West Levy, Louis Winton, M. R
Cot, iikion
Blackmon, Heyward James Lowry, Blackburn W. Womack, Da
Blake, William Campbell McCaslan, William Hill Young, Wilb Boccelato, Salvador Leon McEachern, J. R. Tampashores:
Bottari, Giulio Cesare McLaws, Raymond B. Oglesby, CharlsRbr
Boyce, Homer P. McMurray, Henry Embry Tangerine:
Bronstein, Emmanuel McRae, Earle Hobart Lust, Benedict
Butchart, T. R. Maechtle, Everett Woods Tarpon Springs:
Byrd, Hiram Maner, George Ralph Albaugh, AndrwP
Cameron, Fay A. Marney, Charles R. Belcher, 1. J.
Carlton, Leland F. Martin, Douglas D. Barnette, Elme W
Chandler, Julian C. Martin son, M. M. Douglass, J. E.
Christian, George R. Martorell, Abelardo McCallister, Arci
Cook, George Lindsay Mas, Juan Amado Tavares:
Cook, Henry M. Meighen, Douglas Gordon -Colley, Sanfora C
Costa, Frank John Merendino, Domenico .Titusville:
Cowart, James Taylor Mills, David Arthur Hardman, Willa a
Crum, James Wilhite Mills, John Herman Peppers, GuyStwr
Daniels, Benjamin A. Milton, Daniel G. Potthoff, Erne
De Gaetani, Joseph Marion Milton, Philip Elington Rose, John Ru Dickerson, R. Johnson Miralles, Manuel Sueiras y Spell, James (.
Dickers op, StephbAi t30yer Moodie, Bazil M. Stevens, HerbtJ
Dicki op qhka Citp Moore, John Terrell Trenton:
Draper, A. thrDb Myers, William Alfred GaCrl sh
I eC. L. Nelken, Bernard Earl Weeks, L. R.
Duncan, William Peyton Nelson, Robert Goree Umatilla:
Dyer, Walter Harmon Norton, George P. Ashton, WilbuLe
Efird, Lester Julian Oppenheimer, Louis Sims Toy, Samuel ]ol
Ely, Revel A. Ortega, Rafael Useppa Island:
Farrior. Toseph Brown Paniello, Santiagco Randall FlovdHml




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DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Brunson, Joseph E. Thach, Andrew Blaine Wisconsin:
Norris, Johnnie Andrew, Jr.Utah: Fossey, Herbe
Weathersbee, Ashley B. Haywa (, J. C. South Dakota: Virginia:
Kenaston, Thomas C. Trousdale, Theodore McK.
Tennessee: Washington, D. C.: Cuba:
Brown, Emmett E. Dey, Walter Pettus Strong, Samue
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Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927
AN AT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, OstopahsChiropractics, Nattiropa~ths, Midwives and All Others Practicing the Meia and/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida; to provid Fes fr the samne and Penalties for Violation.
BEITENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF
SECTIN 1. That from and after the passage of this Act every license to ratie, medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and ever othr medical and/or material method of the practice of the healing arthallb efore the licensee begins practice thereunder be recorded in a bookforthat purpose in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Coutyin which he resides, or in which such practice is intended to be carie o with the name, residence, place and date of birth of the licensee and the ource, number and date of his license to practice. Before regis.teing ech licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of te Cerk~ of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also
-hah is the person named in such license and had before receiving the sam complied with all the requirements as to examination required by la;that no money was paid for such license except the regular fee paid byal applicants therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in n aterial regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such lcne should be granted. The Clerk's fee for recording such license an ffidavit, shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of achCounty -shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of eath on the 31lst day of December of each year of all certificates rei~trd by him.
SCTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice omedicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medcaland/or material systems of healing and every other person hereaftr dly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of Janaryof each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health fraCertificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such
-ertary and shall pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar.
SECTIO 3. That every person in making his first registration hereundershall write or cause to be written upon the application blank so funse by the Secretary of the State Board of Health, his full name, pos ofie and residence address, the date and number of his license and suc oter facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practiioeras may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify thesam bfore an officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, andshllfie the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Regstaton subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworappication unlei1ss the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satifacoryto them~, may require that the application be under oath.
SECTIN~ 4. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or beore ctober 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cuseto e mnailed to each person so~ registered a blank form of applicaton or egstration, addressed to the last known post office address of suchRegitrat. The form of such application shall be such as to containspac fo the insertion by the applicant of the information required the roviionsof this Act.
SECTIN 5.The Secretary of the Stat~e Board of Health shall issue
to ay dly icesed physicians, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwif an otersdul licensed by an~y State B3oard to practice the medical and/r mteril halig art upon his application t;herefor, in accordance wit th prvisonsherof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal
of te Bord fr th yer ensuing and ending December 31st.




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SECTION 6. Every holder of RegistrationCriiae rne hrundetr, shall conispicuously display the samne in i s ofie talims
SECTION 7. Any person who fails or neglects to rgse srqie
by the provisions of this Act, or who shall violate the poiin fti Act, shall upon conviction thereof, be puniushed b~y fin~e of o oeta Fifty ($50.00) Dollars.
SECTION 8. This Act shall take effect immediately uo t asg and approval by the Governor, or upon its becoming a laI ihotsc approval.
Approved by the Governior, May 28, 1927.
Official Opinions
FRED H. DAVIS, Attorney General
OPINION NO. 17
REGISTRATION: VETERINARY DOCTORS
In Re. Whether Veterinarians Required to Register Under. Chaptr105 Acts of 1927, Laws of Florida
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, Laws of Florida, is entitled:
"AN ACT to require the registration of all physicians, sr
geons, osteopaths, chiropractics, naturopaths, midwives an all others practicing the medical and/or material healin art in the State of Florida; to provide fees for the same an
penalties for violation."
There is nothing in either the title or the body of this Act wihcn
be construed as applying to veterinary doctors or surgeons, and I am tee fore of the opinion that veterinarians are not required to registeunr this Act.
OPINION NO. 18
REGISTRATION: NON-RESIDENTS
I am of the opinion that Seniate Bill No. 75, Chapter 1~205Laso 1927, contemplates that doctors, whether practicing ornosalrgte annually with the State Board of Health.
The purpose of this registration seems to be mainly to pesreifmation as to the whereabouts of the physicians licensed to praciertr than a registration of those physicians actually engaged in prcie h statute says that all those licensed to practice who at the timrethsaue was enacted were lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine hol register~ annually as required in the Act.
If a person applies for a license to practice medicine and eggsi some other occupation he would probably be exempt from eitrto under the Act by notifying the jury to that effect.




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OFFICIAL OPINIONS
OPINION NO. 19
LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
Section 1 of Senate Bill No. 75, approved May 28th, 1927, provides:
"That from and after the passage of this Act every license
to practice, * shall before the licensee begins to practice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the, County in which he resides or in which such practice is intended to be carried on.
It is apparent from this provision, taken in connection with other provisions of the Act, that if a physician has his license recorded in the County in which he resides and intends to practice, it is necessary to have said license recorded in another County whenever he moves from one part of the State to another, or changes his abode from one part of the State to another, as the law requires that the license be recorded in the County "in which such practice is intended to be carried on."
OPINION NO. 20
REGISTRATION: MIDWIVES. Section 2 of Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927, provides:
"That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of
midwifery and other medical and/or material system of
healing and every other person hereafter duly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the lst day of January of each year, apply to, the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of One
($1.00) Dollar."
Section 5 of the same Act provides:
"The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue
.to any duly licensed * midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal 'of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December
31st.11
Construing -these two Sections together, it is apparent that only "duly licensed" midwives are required to apply for a Certificate of Registration and since there is no statute in the State of Florida at this time providing for the licensing of midwives or the practice of midwifery, it is also ap parent that Chapter 12005 at present has no application insofar as requiring the registration of midwives is concerned. The obvious purpose of the statute is to provide for the registration of licenses and where no licenses are provided for no registration can be had.
OPINION NO. 21
REGISTRATION: DENTISTS-PODIATRISTS
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice.




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OFFICIAL OPININ
I am of the opinion that the words: "every other m a method of the practice of the b hewing art," as used of general import which are limited by the specificationoft words theretofore used and that the principle of noscit ao r
idem generic applies and limits the general ords to the things as are covered by the specific words.
In short, podiatrists would be required to register a
kindred and similar to the practice of medicine but is limitdtaseii portion of the human body.
Dentists on the other hand, can hardly be called pracit same kind of science as ordinary doctors, and, therefore, I are excluded, unless of course, the practice of dentistry ise t m brace the right to give treatments for human ailments due of dental deficiencies. As 1 understand the samee, sotem and some dentists do not.
It is possible that there might be a distinction between th dentistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, of the dentists authorizes, and the practice of his since certain degree of surgery and therapeutic treatment such awl arily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be the requirement to register as would the podiatrist. As todn question should be determined by a consideration of what the ets'ti licensed to do' under the rules and regulations of the Dental Boadnth laws of Florida.
OPINION NO. 22
REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS-PROFE
MASSEURS
Section 2 of Chapter 12005 requires all~ persons engaged in th~epatc of naturopathy to register with the State Board of Health. Section 1 o Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927, provides for the licensing of fiat The practice of naturopathy is defined as including electro-therapeue-u i' an would also seem to include professional masseurs,* which pra i would fall under the classification of those engaged in the practice trial health science used to aid in the purifying, cleansing and normalizing of the human tissues for the preservation of, and restoration of
Construing these two laws together it would appear that pe
gaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professinlms seurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and arle, -theeoe e quired to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
OPINION NO. 23
REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS-PROPESO
MASSEURS
Answering your letter of February 2nd, -requesting my opinion st h status for registration of electro-therapeutists and professionalmssus it -seems to me clear from the provisions of Chapter 12286, Act f 97 that all electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs shouldhaeacr tificate as such from the State Board of Naturopathic Examinersbfr they exercise the right to practice their respective profession~s a uhi these two sciences use mechanical, psychological or mateilhat sciences and to aid in purifying, cleansing and niormalizing huatise for the preservation or restoration of health according to thefudmna principles of anatomy, physiology, and applied psychloy as i saprn that they do.




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OIWFICIAL OPINIONS
Of oureif the Naturopathic Board of Examiners has not issued any licnseto letro-therapeutists and professional masseurs the provisions ot Chaper 1005 Laws of Florida, requiring them to register certificates cannot e pled, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registratio ofallprofessiona~l certificates relating to the healing art as a means of hecingup on those who are practicing without any certificate as reqire bylaw.
OPINION NO. 32
REGISTRATION HEALING ARTS-PENALTY
Physcian, -surgeons, osteopaths, naturopaths, midwives or other persons pracicig mdical or material healing arts, who fail to comply with the proisinsof Sections. 3398 to 3403, Compiled Laws, 1927, relating to registraionof persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subjct t a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not preven te ractitioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liailty orunlawful practice in the future.
Ia,4ltherefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the sttuewhich may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the sametimethere is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding fromhimof a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, befoe s authorized to register for 1929.
Th purpose of the provisions of this Act as has been previously pitd ou~t is to' furnish a current record of those presently engaged in pracicefor the particular year in question.
' Thre s nothing in the Act which prohibits a physician who practiced in 928without registration from now filing his registration for the year 192 inorder to have recorded the fact that he did practice during 1928 but uchfiling subsequent to the time fixed in the statute will not by itel eempt himu from liability which he has already incurred from the practce wthout the proper registration.
OPINION NO. 33
REGISTRATION HEALING ARTS-COMBINED
Answeing your request of the 17th inst. for my opinion in the premises, I betoadvise that I am of the opinion that a requirement for registrafionof toselicensed. to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, etc., as fundin enate Bills Nos. 75, 77 and 366, all relate to one and the same regstatonalthough the requirement is repeated separately in each of
Underthis construction, it is not necessary that physicians register more tha on tie with the Bureau although there are two separate statutes whih rquie such registration.




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TABLE NO. 1-DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISTREDIFOIDB
COLOR AND BY COUNTIES-1928
-dd
COUNTIES _COUNTIES40 ~0
Total ............14301362 68
Alachua ......... 25 23 2 Lake.... 2. 2.
Baker ............2 2 .Lee,.........
Bay ............. 8 8 Leon............
Bradford ......... .4 4 Levy..........
Brevard ...........18 17 1 Liberty.......I
Broward......... 29 29 Madison .........
Calhoun...........4 4 Manatee .........
Charlotte..........3 3 Marion.........
Citrus. ..4 4 Martin ......... 4 4
Clay.......... 5 4 1 Monroe.........
Collier ............ e1 hNassau ........
Columbia.........12 11 1 Okalosa.......
Dade............ 172 165 7 Okeechobee....... 3 3
DeSoto....... 7 7 Orangea......... 62
Dixie .. .........3 3 Osceola..........11
Duval....163 151 12 Palm Beach. 5.....
Escambia...... 46 42 4 Pasco ...........
Flagler. .......... 2 2 Pinellas........... 96 9
Franklin ......... 3 3 Polk........... 64 6
Gadsden ..........18 17a 1....... 5 1
Gilchrist ...........2 2 .St. Johns ..........18 1
Glades ........... ..1 1 StLucie ......... .9
Gulf ............. 3 3 Santa Ra.... 7 7
Hamilton.......... 5 5 Sarasota...... .. 14 1
Hardee ............6 6 Seminole.......
Henry ..........2 2 Sumter .........
Hernando ....... 5 5 Suwannee........ 12 1
Highlands ..........6 6 ..Taylor ...........47
Hillsborough....... 151 143 8 Union.......... 5 5
Holmes...........5 5 Vol ja........
Indian River.......5 5 1Wakulla.......
Jackson...........17 17 Walton..... 6
Jefferson ..........5 5 Washington .
Lafayette........ .3 3, Non-Residents, 69.




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TABL NO.2-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISTERED IN
FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY-1928
UNITED STATES
STTE STATES 0
0 0 0
Total.... ....... 1351 1287 64 Continued-
Albaa....... 124 124 .. Missouri. ......28 28
Arasa ..... 4 4 .. Nebraska........8 8
Caifrna ..... 2 2 .. New Hampshire 6 6
Cooad ...... 2 2 New Jersey ....... 13 13
Conecict.6 6 .. New York ........ 34 34
DsofClumbia.. 3 3 .North Carolina 29 25 4 Floid ........247 205 42 North Dakota ... 2 2
Gerga........ 271 266 5 Ohio............. 34 34
Idho........ 1 1 ..Oklahoma .........3 3
Ilinis........50 50 Pennsylvania 49 49
Inin ....... 36 36 Rhode Island. 2 2
Ioa........21 21 South Carolina 67 61 6
Kass ......11 11 ..South Dakota.. 1 1
Ketcy .........41 Al Tennessee ........ 34 34
4 Luiian....13 12 1 Texas ............ 8 8
Man ..........8 8 U Ztah.........4 4
Mayad........ 10 10 ..Vermont ..........6 6
Massachsetts.. 15 15S Virginia......26 26
Mihga .....24 24 ..West Virginia.... 11 1
Minsta .........7 7 Wisconsin ........ 19 18 1
I Mississippi.18 17 1, Unknown.......53,4
TABLENO. 2-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITYl1928
FOREIGN
14 COUNTRIES 4-J -0
SCORES 4- 0 0~
Toal.......... 79 75 4 Continued
1rm1na.... India .............3 3
Cnd........ 26 26 Peru..............1
Central Am1r1ca. Russia .............
Cua ........ 10 10 Scotland.........1
Egpt........ 2 2 Spain .......... 1
1 1 4
Gemny..... 0 10 .West Indies....5.
Holland~ ......




TABLE NO. 3-TOTAL NUMBRp DCORS O MIN RI
THE STATE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RSDNEI LRD-12
YEARS IN FLORIDA YEAe IN FLORIDA
-J -c EARI$1
Total ...........1430>1362 68 Continued
Less 1 year ........63 63 ..35-39 years .....7 6
1year ........ 146 1442 14-4 yers....78 6
2 years 45-49qears......
3 years .......75 75 50-54 yea
4 years ........44 44 55-59 years ....15 4 1
5-9 years.......155 155 6-64 yea..... ..
10-14 years ....... 147 142 5 65-69 years ...... ,3 A
15-19 years.......156 147 9 70-74year
20-24 years .......121 114 7 75-79year.....
25-29 years........67 62 5 Unknown years. 30-34 years........60 52 8
TABLE NO. 4-TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS OF MEDICIERGSRD
IN FLORIDA BY AGES., BY COLOR AND BY SEX-12
MALE FEMALE
AGES AGES
Tota .. ..........14051338 67 Total
20-24 years ........10 10 ..20-24 yers ......
25-29 years........ 101 98 3 25-29 year.....
30-34 years ....... 152 144 8 30-4 yer.... 1 1
35-39 years ..... 206 196 10 35>-3 yer ... 40-44 years ....... 229 218 11 40-4 year .... 2 2
45-49 years ....... 213 197 16 4-9yas.... 5
50-54 years ....... 199 194 5 50-54 yars......
55-59 years ....... 135 130 5 55-59 years.... 4 4
60-64 years ........79 73 6 60-64yer.... 2 2
65-69 years ........29 28 ~1 65-69 years.... 1 1
70-74 years.......2 26 26 70-74 yers ..... 1 1
75-79 years ........15 15 75-79 years ....
80-84 years .........3 3 80-84yer S....
Unknown years. ... 6. 21 Unknon ers
















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1928 Registration of Practitioners of Medicine in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, D. P. H, D

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Florida State Board of Health wm> %  Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola B. L. Arms, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h., Ttirector Jacksonville It r 1 1 1 cr if t /

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINERS John M. Mann, M. D., Lake Butler Eugene G. Peek, M. D., Ocala Jas. B. Griffin, M. D., St. Augustine S. E. Driskell, M. D., Jacksonville Thos. D. Vassar, M. D., Lakeland N. A. Baltzell, M. D., Marianna Thos. W. Hutson, M. D., Miami Wm. M. Rowlett, M. D., Tampa Jas. E. Crump, M. D., Winter Haven John D. Raborn, M. D. Shamrock Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Hon. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State, February 9, 1929.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida March /, iq2Q SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the regis tration of Doctors of Medicine who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the first annual compila tion of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. It is apparently the first publication of its kind in the history of this State, and will undoubtedly prove of considerable value when information is desired con cerning the number and whereabouts of those practicing. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics. B. L. ARMS, M. D. Secretary, State ‘Board of Health.

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword D U RING the calendar year, 1928, a total of 1,430 Doctors of Medicine holding Florida licenses to practice registered with the State Board of Health and Certificates of Registration is sued. For the first time in the history of the State, a central record has been provided, containing authentic information as to the number and whereabouts of individuals practicing the healing arts in this State. Through the efforts of the leaders in organized medicine, a bill was prepared and presented providing for the annual registration of persons holding Florida licenses to practice the healing arts. This bill, which was known as Senate Bill Number 75, became a law on May 28, 1927, and appears in the statute books of this State as Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927, which is reproduced in full on pages 29-30. Forms and blanks were immediately prepared and printed. Application blanks were mailed to all individuals whose names appeared as eligible for registration in the files of the State Board of Health. Lists were se cured from the secretaries of the different state examining boards. Registration began as of January 1, 1928. For the most part, enthusiastic support has been given. A number of objections were raised by a minority. The objections, however, were not directed at the annual registration, but more particularly at certain pro visions contained in the law. The question as to whether non-residents must register annually has been raised. The Attorney General renders an official opinion to the effect that the purpose of the registration seems to be mainly to preserve information as to the whereabouts of the doctors licensed to practice rather than a registration of those doctors actually engaged in practice. This also brings up the question as to the status of retired doctors, who, while not actually practicing, do not wish to relin quish their rights to practice. The Attorney General again renders an official opinion to the effect that all persons holding licenses should reg ister annually, but might be exempt from registration under the Act by notifying a jury to that effect if they wish to engage in some other occu pation. Another new feature in this law is the requirement that a prac titioner must have his license recorded in the County in which he resides or intends to practice. This makes it mandatory that a practitioner who moves from one County to another shall re-record his license in the County in which he practices or expects to have his abode. Another interesting opinion from the Attorney General is to the effect that a Certificate of Registration is not to be withheld from a practitioner for the calendar year because of said practitionerÂ’s failure to register for the previous year. The Attorney GeneralÂ’s opinion seems to hold that the practitioner is guilty of the violation of a statute which may subject him to prosecution, provided he has failed or neglected to

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 register for the previous year. It is also held by the Attorney General that practitioners are required to register with the State Board of Health only once each year, and that Senate Bills numbers 75, 77, and 366 all relate to one and the same registration, although the requirement is re peated separately in each of these Acts. The enacting clause contains the word “midwives” and apparently the authors of the Bill intended that midwives should be registered annually. However, there appears to be no law making provision for the licensing of midwives, and since the law requires registration in connection with those who are officially licensed in the State, individuals practicing midwifery are evidently not included among those who are required to register. Veterinary doctors or surgeons are evidently exempt also. On the other hand, podiatrists are required to register, as their practice is kindred and similar to the practice of medicine, but is limited to a specific portion of the human body. Dentists have not registered, although the matter has been taken up with the State Board of Dental Examiners. The Attorney General's opinion was given to the Secretary of the Board. Electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs have been considered and the matter referred to this department. The Attorney General holds that the practice of naturopathy is defined as including electro-therapeutists, and would also seem to include professional mas seurs, which practitioners would fall under the classification of those engaged in the practice of material health sciences used to aid in the purifying, cleansing and normalizing of the human tissues for the preser vation of and restoration to health. This opinion, therefore, construes the two laws together, making it appear that persons engaged in the practice of electro-therapy as well as professional masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy. In order that there may be no mis understanding regarding the operation of the law as it has been put into effect, the opinions from Honorable Fred H. Davis, Attorney General, to Stewart G. Thompson, Director of the Bureau of Vital Statistics, appear in full on the different points to which reference is made above, so that the exact wording of the opinions may be studied, should the reader so desire (page 30). Tabulations have been prepared showing registration by counties, by color, by nativity, by ages and by length of residence in Florida. The first table represents the number of Doctors of Medicine who have registered, by counties and by color. You will observe that 1,362 white persons practicing as Doctors of Medicine registered during the calendar year 1928. Similar information is given for colored persons. The second table gives the birthplace of those registered. Georgia ranks first. Even though the record is for the State of Florida, more practitioners were born in Georgia than in any other State. Native Floridians rank second, Alabama with 124 third, South Carolina fourth with a total

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6 Florida State Board of Health of 67, Illinois fifth with a total of 50, Pennsylvania sixth with a total of 49 and Kentucky seventh with a total of 41. It is interesting to note that 40 of the 48 States are represented as the birthplace of practitioners j| in this State. A total of 79 were foreign born, 17 countries being rep resented. Canada ranks first with a total of 26, Germany and Cuba 1 second with a total of 10 each, and England third with a total of 8. The s third table gives information concerning the length of residence in Florida. Being a tourist State, there is always a question of length of residence in connection with our population. 156 practitioners have lived in Florida from 15 to 19 years, 155 practitioners have lived in the State from 5 to 9 years, 147 practitioners have lived in the State from 10 to 14 years, 146 practitioners have lived in the State only 2 years; 78 practitioners have lived in the State from 40 to 44 years, 16 have lived in the State more than 60 years. The fourth table shows the number reg( istered by age, by color, and by sex. The greatest number of white male practitioners are between the ages of 40 and 44, there being a total of 229. Further comment on this table will not be made as the infor mation for both sexes is contained in Table Number 4. The law under which this registration has been carried on is re produced in full. The names and addresses of members of the State Board of Medical Examiners are also contained herein. This publication will be mailed to each individual who registered and will also be sent on request as far as the supply will permit. Note: Records of non-residents are shown by States immediately follow ing the list by Florida towns; the alphabetical list includes non-residents by States.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 Abbott, M. S. G. Aber, A. H. Abras, J. E. Adams, D. H. Adams, D. M. Adams, G. E. Adams, T. A. .. Adams, T. S. ... Adams, W. H. Adamson, W. P. Adkins, E. H. Adolphus, G. Agos, I. H. Airth, H. F. ... Albaugh, A. P. Albritton, A. B. Alexander, O. R. Alison, J. S. Allen, B. Allen, J. F. Allen, O. F. Allred, I. P. Alsobrook, B. E. Alsobrook, J. W. Ames, A. M. Anderson, C. Anderson, J. M. Anderson, J. M. Anderson, L. M. Anderson, M. J. Anderson, T. S. Anderson, W. D. Anderson, W. E. Andrews, C. A. Andrews, E. D. Andrews, E. H. Andrews, L. L. Andrews, M. M. Archie, E. O. Armstrong, F. K. Arnold, L. J. Arnold, W.O. .. Aronovitz, S. .. Ashton, W. L. Aurin, E. C. ... Ausley, C. M. Avera, J. B. Ayars, E. W. Ayer, R. B. Babcock, D. T. Babcock, H. C. Bacon, H. Baker, J. M. Baker, L. A. ... Baker, R. M. Baker, W. J. Baldwin, R. H. Baldwin, R. E. .. Doctors of Medicine A Baltzell, N. A.Marianna .Pensacola Barfield, F. G.Jacksonville .St. Petersburg Barfield, J. O..Miami ..Miami Barge, H. A. M i a mi . E a u Gallie Barge, W. J.Miami .Panama City Barker, F. T.Tampa ..Jacksonville Barker, S. J.Largo .Daytona Beach Barnes, B. F.River Junction .Jacksonville Barnett, R. A.White Springs .Jacksonville Bartee, L. H.Hastings .!.. Tampa Bartlett, C. W.Tampa .Miami Bartlett, C. W., Jr.Tampa .Clearwater Baskin, J. G.Dunnellon .Miami Bates, G. L.Daytona Beach .Live Oak Bates, T. H. Lake City .Tarpon Springs Baumgartner. C. J.Jacksonville .Wildwood Bazemore, M. K.West Palm Beach .Winter Haven Bean, I. F.Melbourne .Hines Beardall, H. M.Orlando .Tampa Beaty, J. J.Jennings .Jacksonville Beckman, G. E.Jacksonville .Miami Beggs, J. M.Chattahoochee .Frostproof Belcher, I. J.Tarpon Springs .Zephyrhills Bell, J. L. M a lone .Plant City Bell, J. D.Pensacola ..Pensacola Bell, K. R.Illinois .Holopaw Bell, W. E.Malone .Lake Wales Benton, G. H.Coral Gables ..Sebring Berry, N. C.Jacksonville .Lake City Bertram, A. J.Hollywood .Tampa Bertrem, J. W.Palmetto .Live Oak Besenbruch, P. W.Davenport .Largo Betton, G. W.Jacksonville ..Pensacola Bevis, H. P. .Arcadia .Tampa Bevis, W. M.Bartow .South Carolina Bickerstafif, J. H.Pensacola .Gainesville Biddle, J. K.Daytona Beach .Orlando Biddle, P. D.Brewster .Orlando Bidwell, A. M.Tampa .Clearwater Bieker, A. M.St. Petersburg .Ft. Myers Bieker, S. B.St. Petersburg .Lake City Binkley, J. F.West Palm Beach .. .West Palm Beach Bishop, B. M.Archer .Miami Bishop, J. W.Ft. Pierce ..Umatilla Bitzer, E. W.Tampa .Ft. Ogden Black, I. A.Lake City .Tallahassee Black, M. E.Clearwater .Georgia Black, R. C..Plant City .Coconut Grove Blackmar, R. W.Jacksonville .Gainesville Blackmon, H. J.Tampa Blackshear, R. D.Panama City B Blackshear, W. J.Panama City • M i a m i Blake, L. W.Bradenton • .Miami Blake, W. C.Tampa .Jacksonville Blalock, A. L.Madison .Miami Blanton, I. L.Sanderson .Miami Blinn, T. A.Jacksonville .Jacksonville Boccelato, S. L.Tampa • E a s t p o r t Bohannon, C. C.Daytona Beach ... West Palm Beach Boles, D. S.Miami .Tampa Boling, J. R.Bradenton

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Boone, J. L. Boone, J. W. C. ... Boothe, R. C. .. .Jacksonville .Missouri .Ft. Pierce Butchart, T. R. .. Butler, P. T. Byle, A. S. .Orlando .Alva Bostelman, E. .... Ft. Myers Byrd, H. .Tampa Bothwell, G. E. ... Bottari, G. C. .'.. .Tampa I C Bouchelle, L. B. ... .New Smyrna Caldwell, H. Bowen, F. J. .. .Jacksonville Callahan, J. B. Bowen, J. T. .... Clearwater Callahan, O. L. .Mt. Dora Bowersox, U. S. G. .Colorado Calvin, W. J. Box, C. C. .Willow Campbell, E. T. .Welaka Box, W. C. Campbell, S. S. .Jacksonville Boyee, H. P. Cameron, F. A. .Tampa Boyd, J. E. Cannon, A. B. .Lacoochee Bradshaw, J. T. .. ... .Lake Jovita Carefoot, E. I. Brann, H. W. Carefoot, G. H. .Ft. Meade Bransford, L. E. ; .. .Jacksonville Carlisle, J. L. .West Palm Beach Brantley, G. H. ... ... Lake Worth Carlton, L. F. Brantley, Z. Carradine, J. H. .Lawtey Bredow, F. W. ... Carter, A. C. .Miami Brevard, E. M. .. .Tallahassee Carter, D. E. .Ft. Lauderdale Brewer, W. A. .,.. .... Everglades Carter, E. A. .DeLand Brewster, W. A. ... Carter, G. W. .... .Caryville Brillhart, H. L. ... .. .Jacksonville Carter, J. H. .Pensacola Brink, F. A. .. .Jacksonville Carter, L. A. .Bunnell Brinson, H. Cason, T. Z. .Jacksonville Brinson, J. B., Jr. Causey, T. W. ... .Lakeland Brinson, P. A. Chalker, J. L. .Ocala Brinson, W. D. Chambers, S. E. .Miami Britt, R. Chandler, G. E. .Miami Broadbent, O. P. .. .Jacksonville Chandler, I. W. ... .Avon Park Bronstein, E. Chandler, J. R. .Daytona Beach Brown, E. F. Chandler, J. C. .Tampa Brown, E. E. .Tennessee Chapman, B. A. .Jacksonville Brown, F. L. .. .Jacksonville Chapman, W. A. .Miami Brown, H. O. .... Clearwater Chappell, J. R. .Orlando Brown, J. O. .... .Palmetto Cherry, H. S. .Center Hill Brown, J. W. Chiles, J. H. .Orlando Brown, L. V. L. .. .DeLand Chilli, J. L. .Jacksonville Brown, O. C. .Ft. Lauderdale Chowning, W. C. .New Smyrna Brown, R. L. .. .Jacksonville Christ, C. D. .Orlando Brown, V. L. "West Palm Beaeh Christian, G. R. . ..Tampa Bruce, J. R. .Jasper Chunn, J. D. .St. Cloud Brunson, H. B. ... .Pensacola Clark, H. D. .Ft. Pierce Brunson, J. E. .South Carolina Clark, S. A. .Lakeland Brush, S. P. .Ft. Lauderdale Claxton, W. A. .Tallahassee Bryan, C. H.. % . .Bradenton Clay, B. S. .. .West Palm Beach Bryan, W. H. ..... • • • • .Scanlon Cleghorn, C. D. .Miami Bryans, H. L. .Pensacola Clemmer, C. A. .Daytona Beach Bryans, R. L. Cleveland, T. P. .Coconut Grove Bryant, J. M. . .Jacksonville Cline, D. E. Buck, W. J. ....... .West Palm Beach Cobb, E. S. Buckman, T. E. .. .Jacksonville Coe, P. W. Buckmaster, O. L. • • • .Orlando Coffin, C. E. .Winter Park Bullard, C. P. .Miami Coker, J. S. .Arcadia Bullard, F. D. .Hosford Coleman, A. J. ... .Bradenton Bunker, L. L. .... _Fernandina Coleman, J. A. .Plant City Burch, R. N. Coleman, S. R. .DeLand Burks, B. A.. .... .. .Winter Park Coleman, W. E. .Chipley Burnett, W. E. ... Coll, H. J. .St. Petersburg Burnette, E. W. ... Tarpon Springs Colley, S. C. .Tavares Burns, M. Q. .. .Blountstown Collins, C. C. .Jacksonville Bush, W. D. .... .Leesburg Collins, C. J. .Orlando

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 9 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Colson, J. H.Gainesville Cone, D. N. .White Springs Conger, G. D. .Miami Connor, A. B.Illinois Conter, A. E. ..Apalachicola Coogler, A. C.Brooksville Cook, G. L.Tampa Cook, H. M. T ampa Cooley, R. O.West Palm Beach Cooper, J. H.St. Petersburg Copeland, S. M.Jacksonville Coplan, M. M.Miami Copp, F. A.Jacksonville Cordes, H. B., Jr.Frostproof Costa, F. J.Tampa Council, M. D. F t Pierce Counts, H. W.Jacksonville Counts, N. T.Cocoa Coupland, J. D.Eustis Couric, E. S.Miami Cowart, J. T.Tampa Cowell, E. H.Bradenton Craney, E. T.Orlando Creekmore, G. R.Brooksville Creel, C. E.Pahokee Creel, W. J.Eau Gallie Cribbins, O.H.Sarasota Crockett, E. W.Macclenny Croft, T. G.Jacksonville Cross, K.Havana Crum, J. W.Tampa Crum, M. L.Arcadia Crump, J. E.Winter Haven Cunningham, L. W.Jacksonville Curtis, W. L.Georgia Cushman, M. B. .St. Cloud D Dailey, I.A. DÂ’Alemberte, C. W. .Pensacola Dalton, B. W. Dame, G. A. .Inverness Dame, L. H. .Ft. Fierce Daniel, S. B. .Jacksonville Daniels, B. A. .Tampa Daniels, S. H. .Orlando Darner, H. L. .... .Jacksonville Darrow, A. A. .. .Ft. Lauderdale Daves, F. E. ... Chattahoochee Davies, R. Davila, J. A. Davis, C. L. Davis, G. A. .DeLand Davis, G. O. .Madison Davis, H. F. Davis, J. A. .... .. .Winter Garden Davis, J. E. .. .St. Petersburg Davis, J. McM. .Bradenton Davis, J. B. .Daytona Beach Davis, J. C. .Quincy Davis, K. McC. Davis, W. M. .. .St. Petersburg Dawkins, N. J. Dawson, G. M. .. .. .West Palm Beach Dawson, S. A. St. Petersburg Day, G. Day, H. A. .Orlando Deal, C. C. .... Auburndale Dean, R. H. ... .Jacksonville de Aragon, A. E. .Key West DeBoe. M. P. De Gaetani, J. M. .Tampa Dell, J. M. .Gainesville Denison, R. C. .... Lake Worth Denton, J. T. ... .Sanford DePass, M. H. .Gainesville Derbyshire, E. .. DeVane, W. G. .Groveland DeVilbiss, L. A. .. Miami Beach Dewberry, W.C. .Pensacola Dey, W. P. .. .Washington, D. C. Diaz, E. .Pensacola Dickerson, G. L. ... .Jacksonville Dickerson, L. B. .Clearwater Dickerson, S. B. Dickerson, R. J. .Tampa Dickinson, J. C. .Tampa Dickinson, W. P. .Lakeland Dicks, R. E. . Dowling Park Dillard, T. H. ... .DeLand Dixon, A. A. .Pensacola Dobrin, Max ... .Miami Doctor, W. R. .. .Leesburg Dodds, W.H. ... .St. Cloud Douglass, J E. Tarpon Springs Dowling, J. B. .Alliance Downs, A. S. .... Palm Beach Dozier, H. C. .Ocala Dozier, L. L. ... ... .Tallahassee Draper, A. D. ... .Tampa Draughn, D. M. .Moore Haven Drew, C. L. .Tampa Drew, H. R. ... .Jacksonville Driskell, S. E. ... .Jacksonville Duffin, C. E. .Orlando Dunaway, C. E. .Miami Duncan, C. F. ... .Jacksonville Duncan, W. P. .Tampa Dunn, J. C. .Ft. Pierce Durkee, J. H. ... ... .Jacksonville Dux, H. M. ... .Jacksonville Dyer, W. H. .Tampa Dyess, C. T. .Nalaca Dyett, J. H. R. ... .West Palm Beach Dykes, C. .Carrabelle Earel, A. M. E .Illinois Early, C. S. .Lakeland Echard, T. B. ... .. St. Petersburg Eckman, B. F. .. Coral Gables Edwards, G. H. .Orlando Edwards, W. E. .. Safety Harbor Efird, L. J. Eide, A. T. ...... ... .Haines City Eigle, E. G. .Missouri

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Elder, S. F.Miami Elgin, L. W.Miami Ellis, J. C.Perry Ellis, W. H.Miami Elliston, L. B. Illinois Elliston, R. L.Illinois Ely, R. A.Tampa English, D. E.Orlando Enzor, J. O.Baker Epling, B. D.Lake Wales Erwin, S.Jacksonville Esch, J. P.Daytona Beach Estes, E. S.St. Augustine Eurit, F. B.Stuart Fahnestock, J. C.Palm Beach Farmer, C. H.Lakeland Farmer, M. H.Daytona Beach Farnell, C.M.Branford Farnell, P. C.Lake City Farrior, J. B.Tampa Faver, H. M.Tampa Faver, R. M.Lake Geneva Feaster, 0.0.St. Petersburg Fellows, J. H.Pensacola Fenn, H T.Mt. Dora Ferguson, R. D.Raiford Field, C. H.Bradenton Field, T. S.Jacksonville Filbert, C. E.Tampa Fina, R.Tampa Finlay, D. H.Blountstown Fisher, L. C.Green Cove Springs Fisk, H. B.St. Petersburg Fleming, C. F.Bradenton Fleming, O. H.Crestview Fleming, S. W.West Palm Beach Flipse, M. J.Miami Floyd, H. G.Palatka Fluker, C. B.Tampa Fogarty, J. N.Daytona Beach Folmar, J. Q.Chattahoochee Folsom, S. A.Orlando Forbes, S. B.Tampa Ford, E. W.Crescent City Ford, J. A.Orlando Forde, S. J. E. ... Green Cove Springs Forster, D.New Smyrna Fort, A. G.Georgia Fort, F. L.Jacksonville Fossey, H. L.Wisconsin Foster, J. C.Tampa Fourcher, K. R.Georgia Foxworthy, F. W.Miami Franklin, G. C.Coconut Grove Fraser, D. S.Pensacola Frazier, S. M.Miami Freeman, A. H.Ocala Freeman, G. C.Lakeland Freeman, M.Perrine French, E. D.Miami Funk, N. E.St. Petersburg Gerlach, E. B. Gerlach, H. P. Getzen, S. P. Fuqua, C. C.Hilliard Furlow, L. T.Brooksville Furnish, R. D.Jacksonville Gable, L. M..St. Petersburg Gable, N. W.St. Petersburg Gachet, N. L. .Century Gainey, J. G.Quincy Galey, H. C.Key West Gammon, J. E.Jacksonville Garcia, P. M.Tampa Gardner, J. F.Winter Park Gardner, O. W.Greensboro Garner, J. E.Wauchula Gates, H.Bradenton Gatrell, H. F airfield Gavin, C. A.New Port Richey Geiger,H. S.Kissimmee Genge, V. P.Daytona Beach George, W. W.West Palm Beach ... .West Palm Beach .. .West Palm Beach .Newberry Ghertler, M.Miami Gilbert, E. M.Tampa Giles, H. L.Illinois Gill, R. S.West Palm Beach Gilmer, E. S.Tampa Glass, R. E.Tampa Glatzau, L. W.DeLand Glidden, C. H.Ft. Pierce Glover, G. B.Monticello Godard, R. F.Quincy Goethe, J. E.Jacksonville Goggins, J. H.Jacksonville Golden, H. M.Tampa Goodale, B. H.Jacksonville Goode, J. A.Alachua Goodson, W. M.Miami Gorman, J. M.Jacksonville Gowdy, F. A.Miami Gowdy, R. A.Miami Grace, W. H.Ft. Myers Grantham, J. M.Tampa Graves, G. Y.Maryland Graves, J. R.Miami Graves, L.Kentucky Gray, C. R.Trenton Gray, F. D.Orlando Green, H. H.Miami Green, O. F.Mayo Greene, R. J.Perry Greene, R. N.Jacksonville Griffin, H. W.Sarasota Griffin, J. B.St. Augustine Griffin, J. D.Lakeland Griffin, L. S.Jacksonville Griffin, T. R.St. Petersburg Griffith, D. H.Georgia Grimal, A. S.Tampa Grimes, D. H.South Miami Groesbeck, F. B.Daytona Beach

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 11 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Grossman, F. A. V e r o Beach Groves, W. H.Clearwater Guerra, J. J.Tampa Gunter, T. D.West Palm Beach Guy, W. B.St. Augustine Gwinn, V. H.Jacksonville Gwynn, G. H.Tallahassee Gwynn, H. W.Orlando Gyland, S. P.Tampa H Haggard, W. A.Miami Haisfield, A. R.Pensacola Haisfield, H. B.Miami Hall, E. J.Miami Hall, J. E.West Palm Beach Hall, T. B.Miami Beach Halliday, J.Tampa Halton, J.Sarasota Halton, J.Sarasota Hamner, G. P.Tampa Hampton, E. C. M.Ocala Hamrick, B. F.Madison Hamrick, B. W.Lee Hancock, W. S., Jr.Brooksville Hankins, I. S.Orlando Hankins, J. N.Milton Hanna, F. H.Miami Hannum, M. M.Eustis Hardee, E. B.Vero Beach Hardenbergh, J. A.St. Petersburg Hardie, G. C.Ft. Pierce Hardman, W. W.Titusville Hardy, G. E. W., Jr.Tampa Hargrove, J. L.Bartow Harkness, R. B.Lake City Harper, C. W.Chipley Harper, J. A.Crawfordville Harrell, D. E.Jacksonville Harrell, G. L.Vero Beach Harrell, L. H.Plant City Harris, C. S.Clearwater Harris, D. W.Miami Harris, E.Marianna Harris, H. H.Jacksonville Harris, J. H.Wimauma Harris, R. M.Miami Harris, W. G.Jacksonville Harrison, M. M.Palmetto Harrison, W. A.Ft. Myers Hart, O. J.Tampa Hartley, J. M. .Hollywood Hartman, J. H.Jacksonville Haseltine, B.St. Petersburg Haskell, L. G.Gainesville Hatch, E. B.Miami Hay, I. M. M e l b o urne Haygood, J. K.Bradenton Hayward, J. C.Utah Heard, W. L.Ojus Heath, G. W.West Palm Beach Heath, H. O.Milton Heck, M. E.DeLand Heggie, N. McL.Jacksonville Heibner, E. A.St. Petersburg Heinberg, C. J.Pensacola Heitz, A. W.Sanford Heitz, J. J.Orlando Helms, J. S.Tampa Henderson, R. P.Tampa Hendricks, E. M.Ft. Lauderdale Hendrickson, F. C.Ohio Henry, C. E.Minnesota Henry, G. F.West Palm Beach Henry, H. W.New Smyrna Henson, G. E.Jacksonville Herman, F. P.West Palm Beach Herpel, F. K.West Palm Beach Herring, J. A.St. Petersburg Hicks, I. K.Melbourne Higgins, A. F.Tampa Highsmith, G. F.Arcadia Hill, J. A.New Jersey Hills, J. S.Daytona Beach Hixon, F. P.Pensacola Hodges, G. S.Marianna Hodges, J. H.Gainesville Hodges, J. W.Alabama Hodges, J. C..West Palm Beach Hodsdon, B. F.Miami Hoffman, J. M.Pensacola Hoffmann, C. D.Orlando Holden, G. R.Jacksonville Holland, H. G.Leesburg Holland, R. N.Starke Holley, J. C.Milton Holley, J. F.Alabama Hollingsworth, S. G.Bradenton Holloway, C. W.Loughman Holloway, E. W.Tampa Holloway, W. H.St. Petersburg Holloway, L. W.Jacksonville Holly, A. P. B.West Palm Beach Holmes, R. J.Miami Holton, W. J.Plant City Hooper, C. A.St. Petersburg Hopkins, C. D.Tampa Horne, H. F.Jacksonville Horton, W.Winter Haven Hosey, J. T. Palatka Hotard, R. F.Winter Park Hotchkiss, W. T.Miami Beach Howard, R. E.Ft. Lauderdale Howe, R.Daytona Beach Howe, R.Daytona Beach Howsley, W. McN.Perry Hubbard, R. C.Tampa Hubert, M. A.Avon Park Hudgens, T. H.Sneads Hudson, A. T.St. Petersburg Hudson, P. J.Crystal River Huggins, E. L.Freeport Hughes, N. A.Georgia Hughes, R. L.Bartow Hughes, R. S O c ala Hughes, T. W.Georgia

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12 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Hughlett, W. S.Cocoa Humphreys, D. G.Fernandina Humphreys, D. G., Jr. .. .Jacksonville Humphries, H. H.Jacksonville Hunter, A. P.Ft. Myers Hutchinson, C E.Pensacola Hutson, T. W.Miami Hutton, J. C. F.Miami Beach Ilderton, J. A.Lakeland Ingram, L. C. O r lando Inman, J. C., Jr.Chattahoochee Irons, F. E.Winter Haven Irwin, J. M.St. Augustine Ives, H. A.Jacksonville Ives, W. MacK.Lake City J Jackson, A. J.Eustis Jackson, T. F.Dade City James, H. W.Jacksonville Jansenius, A. J. H.St. Andrew Jaudon, E. K.Miami Jared, V. M.West Palm Beach Jefferson, R.Tampa Jefferson, T. L.West Palm Beach Jeffrey, S. L.Coconut Grove Jelks, E.Jacksonville Jenkins, L. M.Miami Jenkins, P. K.Miami Beach Kehoe, H. C. Keisling, F. C. Kemp, M. T. Kemp, T. J. Kenaston, T. C. Kendrick, O. G. Kennan, A. L. Kennedy, R. L. Kennedy, T. S. Kennon, C. L. Kershaw, A. J. Key, F. P. Killinger, R. R. Kime, R. R. King, G. R. S. ... King, L. P. King, T. B. Kinsey, E. T. Kinsey, J. P. Kirby, W. L. Kirby-Smith, J. L. Kirkland, N. L. Kirk, W. W. Kirkpatrick, C. H. Kirsch, M. D. Kitchens, F. E. Kleiser, A. H. Klock, G. A. Klussman, H. A. Klussman, R. M. Klyce, J. R. .Ft. Myers ... Jacksonville .Sopchoppy .Missouri ... South Dakota .Tallahassee .Hilliard .Malone .Ft. Lauderdale .Miami .Miami Green Cove Springs ... .Jacksonville .Orlando ... .Lake Butler .Leesburg .Gainesville .Hollywood ....Pinetta .Miami ... .Jacksonville .Safety Harbor ... .Jacksonville .Arcadia .Miami .... Coral Gables .Orlando .Daytona Beach .. Ft. Lauderdale .Ft. Lauderdale .Ellenton Jennings, F. S. -St. Petersburg xvuaui, J. x. .. Knauer, W. J. .Jacksonville Jensen, H. J. Knight, A. C. .Jacksonville Jindra, V. K. .Miami Knight, J. C. .Plant City Tohnson, A. J. .Pensacola Knowlton, R. H. .St. Petersburg Johnson, E. L. .Miami Knox, A. W. .Sanford Johnson, H. A. .Palatka Koon, A. C. .Lakeland Johnson, J. L. .New Smyrna Krueger, F. W. .Jacksonville Johnson, S. E. .Tampa Kumm, F. F. ... .St. Petersburg Johnston, C. W. ... .Jacksonville Johnston, H. L Johnston, J. A. ... Ft. Lauderdale Laffiitte, L. S. .Gulf Hammock Johnston, J. K. Lake, E. T. .Sulphur Springs Jones, A. B., Jr. Lamb, L. L. .Parish Jones, E. M. Lambdin, L. .St. Petersburg Jones, H. Q. Lancaster, B. .. .Manatee Jones, L. Lancaster, W. J. .Tampa Jones, N. H. .Ocala Lancaster, W. L. .Cross City Jones, T. A. Lane, R. Y. .Orange Park Jones, T. C. .Cross City Larner, L. G. .Tampa Jones, W. C., Jr. ... Larrabee, C. W. .Bradenton Jones, W. W. Lassiter, W. .Gainesville Jordan, W. B. Lassman, G. A. .Tampa Joyner, O. A. Lattin, C. A. .Hastings Justice, R. L. Langley, W. T. .Sanford Lawson, B. H. .. .Winter Garden K Leath, M. A. Kauffman, F. E. .Clearwater Leavitt, H. A. ... .Miami Kayton, M. C. .Wauchula Le Breton, P. .New York Keating, W. B. Lee, W. J. Keeler, F. L. Leffers, R., Sr. .. .Lakeland Keely, J. Leffingwell, J. B. .Bradenton

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 13 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Lefholz, R. .Coral Gables Leith, R. B. .St. Petersburg Lennard, O. D. .Georgia Lester, J. G. .Lakeland Levy, L .Tampa Lewis, G. .West Palm Beach Lewis, P. M. Lewis, T. Light, S. D. W. .Miami Limbaugh, L. M. .. .Jacksonville Lindner, E. G. .Ocala Lindsley, H. .St. Augustine Lindsey, S. A. .Ft. Meade Lingeman, R. B. .... Ft. Lauderdale Lingo, M. J. .Okeechobee Lingo, W. B. .St. Petersburg Lischkoff, M. A. .. .Pensacola Lisk, P. F. .Ft. McCoy Lithgow, W. D. .Miami Litterer, A. B. .Miami Livingston, S. P. .. .Jacksonville Lochner, G. M. .St. Petersburg Lodor, C. H. .Eustis Logan, C. E. .Ozona Long, E. Long, J. A., Jr. ... Longbrake, G. A. .. .Ft. Myers Lott, W. M. .Clermont Lott, Y. C. .Miami Lougee, A. J. .St. Petersburg Love, C. W. Love, J. D. .Jacksonville Lowe, E. C. Lowrie, T. L. .Miami Lowry, B. W. .Tampa Lowry, C. S. ...... .Miami Lowry, R. A. .Brooksville Lowry, R. S. _Ft. Lauderdale Lucinian, J. H. .Miami Luke, J. J. Luke, J. M. J. .Miami Lust, B. .Tangerine Lustgarten, A. .Miami Lustig, E. .St. Petersburg Lyell, R. O. .Miami Lyles, A. M. .Ft. Pierce Lyncker, N. .Jacksonville Me McBride, T. E. .Apopka McCall, F. W. .Miami McCallister, A. .. .Tarpon Springs McCants, C. H. .Miami McCartney, J. N. ..Miami McCaslan, W. H. .Tampa McClane, F. E. ... .St. Petersburg McClane, J. W. ... .St. Petersburg McCleary, J. R. .Ohio McClellan, G. S. ... .Pompano McClellan, P. T. .. .Vero Beach McClure, H. A. .Munson McConnell, W. C. .St. Petersburg McCoy, T. S. .Bradenton McDaniels, G. T. McDermid, H. C. .Okeechobee McDuffee, T. M. .. McEachern, J. R. .Tampa McElroy, S. McEuen, H. B. .Jacksonville McEwan, J. S. .Orlando McFeeters, R. B. .... Dowling Park McGinnis, R. H. .Jacksonville McGregor, G. G. .Dade City Me Griff, W. F. .Niceville McGunagle, J. E. .Miami Mclver, R. B. McKee, W. P. .Eustis McKenzie, J. S. .Miami McKibben, W. W. .Miami McKinnon, D. A. .Marianna McLaury, E. .Hollywood McLaws, R. B. .Tampa McLeod, J. E. McLeod, N. W. McLeod, R. F. .Greenwood McLeod, T. .Lacoochee McMurray, E. R. .Bartow McMurray, H. E. .Tampa McRae, E. H. .Tampa McSwain, D. L. .Arcadia McSween, J. C., Jr. DeFuniak Springs M Mabry, C. B. .Jacksonville MacCordy, E. C. _St. Petersburg MacDonell, G. N. Mack, C. C. Maechtle, E. W. ... .Tampa Maguire, T. C. .Plant City Main, D. C. Maines, J. E. .Lake Butler Maines, J. E., Jr. ... .Lake Butler Mallory, M. ...Orlando Maner, G. R. .Tampa Manhoff, B. .Jacksonville Mann, J. M. .Lake Butler Manning, W. S. .Jacksonville Manson, P. J. Marney, C. R. .Tampa Marr, N. M. _St. Petersburg Marshall, C. J. .Sanford Marshall, J. E. .Miami Beach Marshburn, C. B. .Lake Butler Marshburn, E. R. .Marianna Martin, B. J. .Miami Martin, D. D. .Tampa Martin, E. E. .Haines City Martin, J. W. .Oviedo Martin, L. W. .Punta Gorda Martin, M. C. .Miami Martin, P. H. .Jacksonville Martinson, M. M. .. .Tampa Martorell, A. ..Tampa Mas, J. A. .Tampa Mason, J. F. .Bradenton Massenburg, G. Y. .Georgia

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14 Florida State Board of Health Massey, W. W. Maxwell, L. H. May, R. D. Maynard, B. H. Mazon, F. D. Means, G. S. Mease, J. A., Jr. Medlin, W. B. Meighen, D G. Melville, E. J. Meredith, H. M. Merendino, D. Meriwether, T. Merrick, C. G. Merrill, C. M. Merryday, H. L.Daytona Beach Metzger, F. C.Sarasota Middlebrooks, V.St. Petersburg Middleton, W. E.Starke Mighell, N. E.Clearwater Milam, E. B.Jacksonville Miles, W. G.Chattahoochee Miller, A. H.Wewahitchka Miller, F. D.Jacksonville Miller, G. E.St. Petersburg Miller^ G. C.Chipley Miller, J. F.Inverness Miller, J. P.Jacksonville Miller, R. L.Alabama Miller, R. L.Daytona Beach Miller, R. L.Graceville Miller, S. D.South Jacksonville Miller, W. E.Jacksonville Miller, W. S.Palatka Mills, A. L.St. Petersburg Mills, D. A.Tampa Mills, J. H.Tampa Milton, D. G.Tampa Milton, J. D.Miami Milton, P. E.Tampa Miralles, M. S. y .Tampa Mitchell, C. M.Sanford Mitchell, G. M.Jacksonville Mitchell, J. H.Jacksonville Mitchell, J. W.Sebring Mitchell, W. E. Coleman Mixon, J. A.Pensacola Mock, A. E.Pensacola Moe, L. N.Jacksonville Moeller, M. W.St. Petersburg Moodie, B. M.Tampa Moon, W. B.Crystal River Moor, F. C.Tallahassee Moore, A.Kendall Moore, J. N.Ocala Moore, J. T. T a mpa Mooty, R. H.Winter Haven Morgan, T. E.Jacksonville Morris, G. P.DeFuniak Springs Morris, K. A.. Jacksonville Morrison, C. C., Jr.Palm Beach Morrison, H. K.Leesburg Morton, A. O.Sarasota .Georgia Port Tampa City .DeLand .Daytona Beach .Mulberry .. .St. Petersburg .Lake City ... .Apalachicola .Georgia .Mayo .Tampa .Daytona Beach N .Orlando .Tampa .Tampa .. .West Palm Beach .Miami .Bartow ..Stuart .Bonifay .Palm Beach .Ft. Myers .Lake City Miami .... Clearwater .. Panama City .Pensacola .Pensacola .Pensacola South Carolina .Jacksonville .Tampa .Ft. Myers .Lake Worth O .DeLeon Springs .St. Petersburg .Jasper .Orlando ... Jacksonville .. Tampashores .Bartow .Cypress OÂ’Hara, F. S.Illinois Oppenheimer, L. S.Tampa OÂ’Quinn, C. A.Venice OÂ’Quinn, L. H.Hialeah Orr, L. McD., Jr.Orlando Ortega, R.Tampa Osenbach, W.Orlando Osgood, G. E.St. Petersburg Osincup, G. S.Orlando Oughterson, W. A. .West Palm Beach Overstreet, G. C.Lakeland P Page, W. C.Cocoa Palmer, B. H.Miami Palmer, H. E.Tallahassee Palmer, H. G.St. Petersburg DOCTORS OF MEDICINE .Quincy Moses, H. ... Ft. Lauderdale Mudge, W. H. .Jacksonville Munson, A. S. .Lakeland Murphy, C. H. .Miami Murphy, H. K. .Jacksonville Murphy, R. D. .Dunedin Murray, F. A. .Miami Murrow, J. S. .Tampa Myers, H. C. .. .. .St.. Petersburg Myers, N. P. .Kentucky Myers, W. A. .Tampa Myres, M. J. .. ... .Wewahitchka .Ft. Myers Palm Beach Neal, T. A. ... Nelken, B. E. Nelson, R. G. Netto, L. J. Newell, C. E. Newman, H. P. Newnham, J. A. Newton, M. C. Newton, S. B. Newton, R. D. Niblack, J. L. Nichol, E. S. Nickle, M. A. Nixon, J. M. Nobles, R. G. Nobles, V.R. .. Nobles, W. D. Norris, J. A., Jr. Norris, S. R. Norton, G. P. Nowling, J. C. Nutter, W. L. OÂ’Bannon, A. OÂ’Brien, R. K. OÂ’Cain, W. M. Oertel, H. B. Oetjen, G. F. Oglesby, C. R. Oglesby, J. McG. OÂ’Hara, A. M.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 15 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Panettiere, C.Miami Beach Paniello, S.Tampa Papot, G. E.West Palm Beach Park, C. L.Sanford Parker, J. A.Tampa Parker, J. D.Stuart Parkinson, W. N.St. Augustine Parks, W. B.Starke Parnell, H. E.Ft. Myers Parramore, J. B.Jacksonville Pasco, J. D.Jacksonville Pate, J. C.Tampa Patterson, J. C.Sarasota Patterson, J. P.Jacksonville Patterson, W.Tampa Patterson, W. A.Jacksonville Paul, L. H.Bonifay Paulk, G. A.Miami Pay, W. C.DeLand Payne, J. W.Miami Payne, W. C.Pensacola Payton, F. J.Miami Beach Pearce, C. C.Mulberry Pearson, H. C.Kelsey City Pearson, H. L., Jr.Miami Pearson, N. T.Miami Pearson, R. J.Miami Peavy, H. J.Ft. Lauderdale Peek, E. G.Ocala Peek, L. A.West Palm Beach Peel, G. T.Pensacola Peery, E. W.West Palm Beach Peppers, G. S.Titusville Perkins, F. A.Massachusetts Perkins, H.Holopaw Peters, E.Miami Peterson, C. A. .Jacksonville Peyton, H. A.Jacksonville Phillips, J. C.Georgia Phillips, K.Miami Phillips, L. C.Pensacola Philpot, J. M.Bowling Green Pierce, J. L.Jacksonville Pierpont, J. H.Pensacola Pines, J. A.Orlando Pintado, N. C.Key West Pollock, B.Miami Beach Pollock, W. A. J., Jr.Pensacola Pomeroy, W. L.Georgia Pond, E. M.Miami Porter, H. W.Jacksonville Porter, J. Y., Jr.Key West Portocarrero, N. A.Tampa Post, W. G., Jr.St. Petersburg Potter, G. W.St. Augustine Potthoff, E. W.Titusville Poucher, A. A.Wauchula Pound, J. H.Chattahoochee Prather, B. T.St. Petersburg Preston, H. F.Melrose Preston, R. W.Miami Price, J. M.Live Oak Pridgen, C. L.Waldo Prince, O. A. Frine, J. L. Proctor, H. L. Puffer, M. L. Puleston, F. Puleston, S. Putnam, H. L. Pyatt, W. S. Quicksall, W. E. Quillian, W. .. Quina, M. E. Raap, G. Raborn, J. D. ... Ramage, R. B. Ramsay, W. D. Randall,F. H. Randolfo, J. C. Rankin, G. C. Rawlings, C. L. Rawlings, J. E. Rector, L. T. Redding, J. L. Reed, F. A. Reeder, B. B. Remington, A. C. Renshaw, F. G. Rentz, L. S. Rentz, W. C. Repass, R. E. Reynolds, J. H. Rhoden, J. W. ,. Rhodes, B. M. Rice, S. D. Richards, F. Richards, H. M. Richardson, G. W. Richardson, J. C. Richardson, J. R. Richardson, S. A. Rieger, O. P. ... Rivers, T. M. Roberts, N. F. Roberts, T. H. Robertson, M. C. Robertson, W. ... Robinson, L. F. Robinson, S. M. Robson, J. N. Roche, C. F. Rogers, D. H., Jr. Rogers, M. J. ... Rollins, C.D. ... Roope, A. P. Roper, L. E. Rosborough, D. Y Rose, D. Rose, J. E. Rose, J. R. Ross, W. E. .Sanford .Day .Jacksonville .Clewiston .Daytona Beach .Sanford .St. Petersburg .Bowling Green Q .St. Petersburg .Coral Gables .Pensacola R .Miami .St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Noma .Useppa Island .Tampa .Tampa .Indiana .Daytona Beach .Tampa .Orlando .Eustis .Clarksville .New York .Pensacola .Coconut Grove .Miami .Ft. Lauderdale .Live Oak .Chattahoochee .Tallahassee .Gainesville .Jacksonville .Lakeland .Jacksonville .. .West Palm Beach .Carbur .Jacksonville .St. Petersburg .Kissimmee .Webster .Lakeland .Tallahassee .Port Orange .Ft. Lauderdale .Orlando .Sanford .Miami Beach .Haines City .Daytona Beach .Jacksonville .St. Petersburg .Hollywood .Palatka .Sebastian .Alabama .Titusville .Jacksonville

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16 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Rowe, A. L.Lake Worth Rowlett, W. M.Tampa Rozier, L. McK.West Palm Beach Rudolph, C. C.St. Petersburg Ruff, J. F.Clearwater Rush, T. W.Ohio Rutter, J. H.Daytona Beach Ryals, C. H.Grand Ridge Ryan, W. B., Jr.Coral Gables Sackett, H. R. ... Sample, J. R. Sanchez, B. H. Sanderson, R. Sandusky, C. M. Sapp, H. H. Sarven, J. D. Sawyer, W. B. ... Saxton, D. E. Saxton, J. J. Sayles, C. F. Sayres, C. O. Sbordi, H. V. Schell, W. W. ... Schnauss, W. R. Schnell, F. E. Schultz, F. W. Scott, S. R. Scruggs, S. A. Scurry, B. C. Seay, W. E. Seebold, J. L. Seeds, J. B. Seiler, M. M. Sellers, E. A. Sellers, E. T. Selman, G. S. Sengstak, E. P. E. Seymour, D. M. Shackelford, W. L. Shafer, W. W. Sharp, W. H. H. Shaver, E. F. Shaw, E. C. Shaw, J. H. Shaw, W. McL. Shellhorse, W. F. Shellhouse, L. H. Shelton, J. B. Sherman, W. E. Sherouse, G. W. Shisler, J. W. Sibert, A. V. Simcox, L. Simmons, H. F. Simmons, J. A. Simmons, T. G. Simonson, L. M. Simpson, F. E. A. Simpson, H. L. Simpson, J. K. ... Simpson, W. T. St. Petersburg St. Petersburg .Plant City . .Jacksonville .. .Jacksonville .Havana St. Petersburg .Miami .Tampa ..Tampa .Miami .Holly Hill .St. Petersburg .. .Jacksonville ... .Jacksonville ... .Jacksonville .Sarasota .Ocoee ... St. Augustine .Cocoa ... .Jacksonville .LaBelle .Miami .Ft. Myers .Altha ... .Jacksonville .Sanford .Mandarin .Bushnell West Palm Beach ... Haines City .DeLand .Tampa .Miami ... .Jacksonville .. .Jacksonville ... Jacksonville .Ocoee .Dania .Winter Haven .Campville .Miami West Palm Beach .Gulfport ... Pennsylvania .Miami .Auburndale .Winter Haven .Sarasota .Pensacola .. Jacksonville .Winter Haven Sinclair, J. A. B. Sinclair, W. E. Sisson, S. S. Sistrunk, R. D. Skaggs, P. T. Skiff, F. S. Skipper, C. T. Skipworth, J. L. Slaughter, T. K. Slocumb, C. B. Smalley, J. G. Smart, B. F. Smith, A. W. Smith, B. Smith, C. K. Smith, D. F. Smith, D. T. Smith, D. T. Smith, H. D. Smith, H. M. Smith, J. A. Smith, J. F. Smith, J. H. Smith, J. W. Smith, M. H. Smith, P. G. Smith, R. E. Smith, S. F. Smith, W.H.Y. .. Smithson, G. B. Smoak, E. Smyth, B. Snow, H. O. Snyder, J. W. Solomon, H. D. Sory, B. B., Jr. ... Spears, B. D. Spell, J. C. Spencer, J. J. Spengler, N. L. Spiers, W. H. Spires, W. G. Sporman, M. P. Stafford, A. H. ... Stafford, C. S. Stanford, J. A. Stanton, G. Starke, G. H. Stebbins, A. L. Steely, J. A. Steen, A. M. Stephens, H. A. Stephens, S. E. Stetson, A. G. C. Stevens, H. J. Stevens, R. E. Stevens, W. S. ... Stimson, H. Stocking, J. T. ... Stokes, T. H. Stollenwerck, A. D, Stone, A. L. Stone, G. S. .Miami .Orlando .Jacksonville .Dade City .Miami .Ft. Lauderdale .Jacksonville .Webster .Wildwood .Sarasota .Cottondale West Palm Beach .Jacksonville .Tampa .Miami .Esto .. Daytona Beach .Gainesville .Sanford .Tampa .Illinois ... .Miami Beach .. Orlando .Miami .Miami .Ohio .Jacksonville .Lakeland .Tampa .Wellborn .Tampa .Clearwater .Tampa .Miami .. .St. Petersburg .Lake Worth . .Zolfo Springs .Titusville .... St. Augustine .Tampa .Orlando .Darlington .Manatee .Orlando .Tampa .Ft. Lauderdale .Hastings .Sanford .Georgia .... Punta Gorda .Palatka .Ponce de Leon .Laurel Hill .Lakeland .Titusville .Sanford .Quincy .Miami .Daytona Beach .Pensacola .Jacksonville .Tampa .Ft. Myers

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 17 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Stone, V. D. Stormont, R. M. Stovall, R. H. Strange, J. L. Strickland, E. E. Strickland, H. M. Strickland, J. A. Stringer, S. Strode, R. C. ... Strong, S. B. Strong, S. M. Stuart, J. D. Stuart, M. H. Stutts, B. S. Sullivan, R. R. Sullivay, R. L. Summers, A. T. Summitt, R. E. Sunday, E. J. Swift, E. C. West Palm Beach .Missouri .Ft. Lauderdale .McIntosh .Citra .Live Oak .St. Petersburg .Tampa .Olympia .Cuba ... .New York .. Coral Gables St. Petersburg .Dunnellon .Lakeland .Pensacola .Miami .Orlando .Pensacola ... .Jacksonville Tallman, M. H.Miami Tatom, F. L.Lake Worth Taylor, H. M.Jacksonville Taylor, J. E.DeLand Taylor, J. W.Tampa Taylor, T. W.Sarasota Taylor, W. H.Daytona Beach Teeter, E. H.Jacksonville Tessier, J. N.Miami Thach, A. B.Tennessee Thames, R.Milton Thomas, A. F.Sanford Thomas, E. C.Miami Thomas, K. C.Miami Thomas, M. D. Thomas, R. Y. H. Thomas, W. C. Thomas, W. H. Thompson, D. C. Thompson, F. E. Thompson, H. O. .Miami .Jacksonville .Gainesville .Jacksonville ........Jacksonville .Michigan .Tampa Thompson, T. C.Jacksonville Thorne, J. I.Miami Thorpe, E. D.DeFuniak Springs Thorpe, F.Tampa Threlkeld, M. E.Miami Tillis, W. L.Lakeland Tillman, G. C.Gainesville Tinkler, B. R.Lake Wales Tison, B. M.Tampa Todd, DeV. O.Pennsylvania Tolar, J. N.Sanford Tomlinson, J. P.Lake Wales Torbett, R. S. T ampa Touchton, W. C.Avon Park Tower, J. B.Homestead Townsend, S. H. .......St. Petersburg Toy, S. H.Umatilla Trelles, J. A.Tampa Trice, S. T.Gainesville Trousdale, T. McK.Virginia Trovillion, J. A.Winter Park Truelsen, T.Tampa Tumlin, C. E.Miami Turberville, J. S.Century Turck, R. C.Ortega Turner, J. B.Bagdad Turner, J. C.Miami Turner, J. W.Cedar Key Turner, S. L.Williston Tyler, L. V.South Jacksonville Tyre, C. McK.Eustis Twiggs, J. H.Archer U Underwood, A. W.St. Augustine Upchurch, N. A.Jacksonville Uzell, V. D.Miami Vail, L. B.Clearwater Van Doren, W. H.Illinois Van Engelken, L. H.Ocala Van Epp, O. B.North Carolina Van Landingham, W. E. W. P. Beach Van Schaick, H. D.Jacksonville Vassar, T. D.Lakeland Vaughan, C.Tampa Veal, E. W.South Jacksonville Velasco, E. E.Ft. Myers Vickers, T. R.West Palm Beach Vincent, C. P.Sanford Vinson, J. R.Callahan Vinson, W. J.Miami Vogt, F. A.Miami Waas, F. J. Wade, H. W. Walker, H. A. Walker, W. H. Walkup, A. C. Walter, F. J. Walters, A. L. Walton, M. Ward, C. A. Warren, E. W. Warren, G. H. Warren, W. R. Washburn, C. D. Waterman, A. H Watson, H. Watt, H. F. ... Watters, W. H. Watts, P. E. ... Weathersbee, A. Webb, C. C. Webb, E. P. Webb, R. Webb, W. D. Weed, W. A. Weekley, A. S. Weeks, J. L. Weeks, P. D. W .Jacksonville .St. Petersburg .Hollywood .Lamont .St. Augustine .California .Miami Beach .Hastings .Jacksonville .Palatka .Perry .Key West .Jacksonville .Illinois .Lakeland .Ocala .Coconut Grove ... .South Jacksonville B. .. .South Carolina .Pensacola .Crestview .West Palm Beach .St. Augustine .Lakeland .Tampa .Perry .High Springs

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18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Weeks, L. R. Weems, H. V. Weems, N. M. Weis E W. .Trenton .Sebring .Boynton .DeLand Welch, G. E. Welch, H. C. .Palatka .St. Petersburg Welch, P. B. .Miami Wells, j. R. Wells, W. M. West, C.O. West, H. ......... .Daytona Beach .Orlando .Jacksonville ..DeLand West, J. W. .. Live Oak Westermann, J. T. Wheatley, C. I. Whidden, E. K. .. Whiddon, L. L. ...Miami .Winter Garden ...Pensacola .Ft. Pierce Whisnant, B. ... .Ft. Myers Whitaker, F. C. .Bradenton White, A. W. .... .Pensacola White, B. L. White, C. B.. White, D. W. ... .St. Petersburg .Cocoa .. Miami White,' H. E. White, J. A. ...... .St. Augustine .Tampa White, J. B. ...... White, R. T. White, R. P. .... White, W. C. Whitfield, J. M. Williams, R. H. Whitford, G. R. Whitlock, W. E. Whitman, F. S. Whitten, B. L. ... .Ormond Beach .Orlando ...Milton .Live Oak ........ Panama City .Punta Gorda .Ozona ....... High Springs .. .West Palm Beach .Miami Wiig, C. J. Wilcox, C. R. Wilhoit, S. E. .Ft. Lauderdale ...Jacksonville .Ouincv Wilhoyte, R. E. Wilkinson, A. H. Wilkinson, B. A. Williams, A. G. Williams, C. A. .. Williams, C. R, Williams, D. B. Williams, E. L. Williams, H. J. Williams, J. F. Williams, J. W. .Lake Wales .Jacksonville ...Tallahassee .Lakewood .St. Petersburg .St. Petersburg ..Mt. Dora .Ft. Meade .Tampa .Monticello .Tampa Williams. R. H. .Punta Gorda Williams, R. R. Williams, W. C., Jr. Williams, W. J. Willis, J. M. Wilson, A. K. Wilson, B. C. Wilson, C. B. .. Wilson, C. H. Wilson, J. F., Jr. ... Wilson, J. I. ........ Wilson, J. R. .Tampa .Delray .Seville .Williston 1 .. Jacksonville .. .Jacksonville .Sarasota .Bartow; .Lakeland .Georgia Wilson, M. C. ...Miami j Wilson, W. P. .Ocala1 Winchester, H. E. .......Dunedin Winkler, W.B. ..... .Ft. Myers; Winsor, S. A. ..Pompano Winton, M. R. .Tampa Withers, G. H. ..... Witt, D. C. ... .Alachua Witt, T. W. ........ Woerner, L. _Interlachen Womack, D. R. .... .Tampa Wood, A. J. ....... .St. Petersburg Wood, A. W. ....... .Miami] Wood, G. W. ....... .Rockledge Wood, S. C. .Leesburg] Wood, W. L. .Pine Castle Woodard, R. C. ... .Miami Wooden, H. W. .Orlando J Woolsey, B. F. ... .Jacksonville j Wright, N. A., Jr. .. .Miami i Wylie, L. A. .St. Petersburg, Y Yarbrough, H. C. .Miami Yarbrough, W. F. .. ...... Miccosukee Yates, D. H. .. .Madison j Youmans, C. P. ... .Crescent City Youmans, I.C. ...Miami 1 Young, A. Young, C. T. .Plant City Young, W. C. .Chiefland Young, W. C. .Tampa rw z Zander, W. F. ..Ft. Meade Zediker, A. B. .St. Andrew Ziegler, A. H. .... Pennsylvania Zion, S. M. ..Miami Zoll, F. C. .McIntosh

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 19 Doctors of Medicine dachua: Goode, Jesse Albert Witt, Dea Cleveland dliance: Dowling, J. B. iltha: Sellers, Ernest Augustus dva: Byle, A. S. palachicola: Conter, Augustus Eugene Murrow, Joseph S. popka: McBride, Thomas Elliott rcadia: Bevis, Henry Powell Coker, Jonathan Sebastian Crum, Murdoch L. Highsmith, G. F. Kirkpatrick, Charles Harry McSwain, D. L. 'ircher: Bishop, Berton M. Twiggs, John H. ubumdale: Deal, Charles Carson Simmons, Thomas G. Uicilla: McLeod, N. W. von Park: Chandler, Isaac Wayne Hubert, Marion Alton Touchton, Walton C. agdad: Turner, John Bogan aker: Enzor, Justus O. aldwin: Brinson, Peyton A. Brinson, William David lartow: Bevis, William Marion Hargrove, Julian Leo Hughes, Robert Lee McMurray, E. R. Newman, Heber Peacock Oglesby, John McGrady Wilson, Cecil Hendry llountstown: Burns, M. Q. Finlay, David H. lonifay: Newton, Mallie C. Paul, L. H. Sowling Green: Philpot, James Milton Pyatt, Wesley Stokes oynton: Weems, Nat. M. Bradenton: Blake, Lowrie Wilson Boling, John Radford Harper, Charles Wilson Bryan, Clarence H. Miller, Grover Cleveland Coleman, A. J. Citra: Cowell, Edward Huntington Strickland, Edgar Eugene Davis, John McMahan Field, Charles H. Fleming, Claude Filmore Gates, Hubbard Haygood, James Kern Hollingsworth, Samuel Glen Larrabee, Charles William Leffingwell, John Brooks McCoy, Thomas S. Mason, John Franklin Whitaker, Furman Chairs Branford: Farnell, Croley Mason Brewster: Biddle, Percy Dake Brooksville: Coogler, Adrian C. Creekmore, George R. Furlow, Leonard T. Clarksville: Reeder, Birt B. Clearwater: Adolphus, Gustavus Archie, Edward Oscar Black, M. Eldridge Bowen, John Thomas Brown, Harold Odgen Dickerson, Lucien Brown Groves, Wyatt Hammond Harris, Charlton Sidney Kauffman, Frank E. Mighell, Norman E. Nickle, Millen Alexander Ruff, Joseph Franklin Smyth, Benjamin Vail, Leroy B. Clermont: Lott, Walter M. Hancock, William Scott, Jr.Clewiston: Lowry, Robert A. Bunnell: Britt, Reddin Carter, Lemuel A. Bushnell: Seymour, David Montrey Callahan: Brewster, W. A. Vinson, John R. Campville: Sherouse, George W. Carbur: Richardson, John R. Carrabelle: Dykes, Chapman Caryville: Carter, George Walton Cedar Key: Turner, James Wilcox Center Hill: Cherry, H. Spurgeon Century: Gachet, Necy Lewis Turberville, John Samuel Chattahoochee: Beggs, John Miller Daves, Frank Erwin Folmar, James Quitman Inman, Joseph C., Jr. Miles, Walter Galliber Pound, James Hannon Rhoden, J. W. Chiefland: Young, William Clement Chipley: Coleman, William Edwin Puffer, Maurice L. Cocoa: Counts, Noah Tilden Hughlett, William Smith Page, Walter Clayton Scurry, B. C. White, Charles Bell Coconut Grove: Ayars, Emerson W. Cleveland, Theodore P. Franklin, Grover C. Jeffrey, Stewart Lee Rentz, Lawson S. Watters, William Henry Coleman: Mitchell, W. E. Coral Gables: Benton, George Henry Eckman, Benjamin Franklin Kitchens, F. E. Lefholz, Rothwell Quillian, Warren Ryan, William Butler, Jr. Stuart, J. Dever Cottondale: Smalley, James Garfield Crawfordville: Harper, Joseph A. Crescent City: Ford, Edward White Youmans, Corren Pinckney Crestview: Fleming, Oscar Harris Webb, Edward Porter Cross City: Jones, Thomas Capers Lancaster, William L.

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20 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Crystal River: Hudson, Porter James Moon, William Benjamin Cypress: McLeod, John Edward OÂ’Hara, Andrew M. Dade City: Jackson, Thomas Fred McGregor, George Gleason Sistrunk, Robert Donnie Dania: Shelton, John Benjamin Darlington: Spires, W. G. Davenport: Besenbruch, Peter W. Day: Prine, J. L. Daytona Beach: Adams, Texas Alexander Bates, George L. Biddle, James K. Bohannon, Clyde C. Chandler, James Ryan Clemmer, Charles A. Davis, Joseph Brown Esch, Joseph P. Farmer, Myron Hall Fogarty, Joseph Norman Genge, Victor P. Groesbeck, F. B. Hills, James Seth Howe, Raymond Howe, Roy Jones, Lauren Klock, Guy Almeron Merryday, Harry L. Miller, Robert Lee Murphy, Chester Homer Myres, Magnus J. Puleston, Fred Rawlings, James Emery Rogers, M. Josie Rutter, Joseph Howard Smith, Dean Tyler Stocking, John T. Taylor, William Henry Wells, J. Ralston DeFuniak Springs: McSween, John C., Jr. Morris, G. P. Thorpe, Eugene D. DeLand: Brown, Lu Van Leer Carter, Emory A. Coleman, Senator Reubene Davis, George A. Dillard, Thomas Hiram Glatzau, Lewis W. Heck, Maurice Eby Munson, Albert S. Pay, Wilson C. Sharp, William H. H. Taylor, Joseph Enoch Weis, Edmund W. West, Hugh DeLeon Springs: OÂ’Bannon, Albert Delray: Williams, William C., Jr. Delray Beach: Davis, Kenneth McCaskill Dowling Park: Dicks, Reid E. McFeeters, Richard Bruce Dunedin: Mease, John Andrew, Jr. Winchester, Harold E. Dunnellon: Baskin, James G. Stutts, Baldwin S. Eastport: Baker, Walter Joseph Eau Gallie: Adams, Dallas Hilliard Creel, William Jackson Ellenton: Klyce, James Romulus Luke, Josiah Jackson Esto: Smith, David Franklin Eustis: Calvin, William J. Coupland, James Durfey Hannum, Montgomery M. Jackson, Alfred Joseph Lodor, Charles Howard McKee, William Pitman Reed, Francis A. Tyre, C. McK. Everglades: Brewer, William Ausborn Fairfield: Gatrell, Henry Femandina: Bunker, Lyman Lyndon Humphreys, David G. Ft. Lauderdale: Brown, Oliver Clinton Brush, Samuel P. Carter, Donald Earl Darrow, Anna A. Hendricks, Elliott M. Howard, Richard E. Johnston, John Allen Kennedy, Thomas S. Klussman, Henry A. Klussman, Richard M. Lingeman, Ralph B. Lowry, Robert S. Maxwell, Leslie Howe Peavy, Henry Jackson Repass, Robert E. Robinson, Leigh Fowler Skiff, Francis S. Stanford, John A. Stovall, Rupert Hope Wiig, C. J. Ft. McCoy: Lisk, Percy F. Ft. Meade: Carefoot, George H. Lindsey, Sherrod Austell Williams, Edwin Lacy Zander, William Francis Ft. Myers: Armstrong, Francis K. Bostelman, Ernest Grace, William Henry Harrison, Warren A. Hunter, A. P. Jones, H. Quillian Kehoe, Henry Charles Longbrake, Guy A. Merrick, Charles Gordon Newton, Robley Dunglison Nowling, James Cleveland Parnell, Henry E. Seiler, Minnie Myrtle Stone, George S. Velasco, Edward E. Whisnant, Baker Winkler, William Bond Ft. Ogden: Aurin, Emil C. Ft. Pierce: Bishop, James William Boothe, Robert Campbell Clark, Haynsworth D. Council, Melton Downie Dame, Leland Hargreaves' Dunn, Joseph C. Glidden, C. H. Hardie, Grover C. Lyles, Arthur M. Whiddon, Lester Lee Freeport: Huggins, Evans Lewis Frostproof: Allred, Idus P. Cordes, Henry B., Jr. Gainesville: Andrews, Edwin Haymonc Ayer, Robert B. Colson, James Henry Dell, James Maxey DePass, Matthew H. Haskell, Lyman George Hodges, James Harrison King, T. Byron Lassiter, Wilburn. Rice, Samuel Davies Smith, DeWitt T. Thomas, William Clark Tillman, George Clarence Trice, Spencer T. Glenwood: Bredow, Pauline Wilson

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21 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Graceville: Box, Wilmer Cortez Miller, Redden Lee Grandin: Brantley, Zannie Grand Ridge: Ryals, Charles Howell Green Cove Springs: Fisher, Leslie Carlisle Forde, Samuel James Evan Key, Foster P. Greensboro: Gardner, Otho Winton Greenwood: McLeod, Robert Francis Groveland: DeVane, William G. Wilson, James Iradel Gulf Hammock: Laffitte, Lincoln Sydnor Gulfport: Simcox, Lawrence Haines City: Eide, Alfred Theodore Justice, Robert' Lee Martin, Emmett Edward Rogers, David Hugh, Jr. Shafer, William W. Hastings: Bartee, Luke Harvey Lattin, Charles Andrew Stanton, Gordon Walton, Milton Havana: Cross, Kilpatrick Sapp, Harmon H. Hialeah: OÂ’Quinn, Leon Hardie High Springs : Weeks, Percy Dell Whitlock, William Eugene Hilliard: Fuqua, Cleveland C. Kennan, Albert L. Hines: Alison, Jacob S. Holly Hill: Sayres, C. O. Hollywood: Bertram, Albert J. Hartley, James Mitchell Kinsey, E. T. McLaury, Elbert Roper, Luther Eldridge Walker, Harrison A. Holopaw: S Anderson, Claude Jones, Thee Allan Perkins, Herman Homestead: Jordan, William Bullard Tower, John B. Hosford: Bullard, P. D. Interlachen: Woerner, Lydia Inverness: Dame, George A. Miller, James F. Jacksonville: Adams, George E. Adams, Thomas Shaw Adams, W. Herbert Allen, James Franklin Bacon, Henry Baker, Robert M. Barfield, Frederick G. Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Beckman, George Edwin Berry, Ned Carroll Betton, George W. Blackmar, Ray Wellborn Blinn, Theodore A. Boone, James Lunsford Bowen, Frederick Jay Boyd, John Elliott Bransford, Lee E. Brillhart, Harry Lester Brink, Fritz Albert Broadbent, Oliver P. Brown, Fletcher L. Brown, Richard Lewis Bryant, James Malone Buckman, Thomas E. Campbell, S. Spearing Carefoot, Evison I. Cason, Turner Zeigler Chapman, Benjamin A. Chilli, Joseph L. Collins, C. C. Copeland, Silas Morgan Copp, Francis Allen Counts, Herbert Walter Croft, Theodore Gaillaid Cunningham, Lester W. Daniel, Samuel Blake Darner, Henry Lauran Day, Gaston Dean, Russell H. Dickerson, George Lewis Drew, Horace R. Driskell, Simon Eugene Duncan, Charles Frederick Durkee, Jay Harvey Dux, Henry M. Erwin, Stanley Field, Thomas Sullivan Fort, Frank Leslie Furnish, Richard Douglas Gammon, Julian E. Goethe, James E. Goggins, John H. Goodale, Banks H. Gorman, John Malcolm Greene, Ralph N. Griffin, LeRoy Smith Gwinn, Van Henry Harrell, David E. Harris, Herrman Hirsch Harris, William Greene Hartman, James H. Heggie, Norman McLeod Henson, Graham E. Holden, Gerry R. Holloway, Luther William Horne, Hendley Foxworth Humphreys, David G., Jr. Humphries, Homer H. Ives, Harold Augustus James, Henry William Jelks, Edward Jennings, Charles L. Johnston, Crowell W. Keisling, Frederick Carter Killinger, Raymond R. Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee Kirk, William Wilson Knauer, William J. Knight, A. Comer Krueger, Frederick W. Limbaugh, Louie Mixon Livingston, Smart Pope Love, James D. Lyncker, Nicholas McEuen, Harry Bernard McGinnis, Robert H. Mclver, Robert Boyd Mabry, Charles Burrows Manhoff, Ben Manning, William S. Martin, Paul Howard May, Robert Drysdale Means, George Simonton Milam, Ernest Bowling Miller, Frank D. Miller, Joseph P. Miller, William Edward Mitchell, George Milner Mitchell, John Henry Moe, Leonard N. Morgan, Thomas Edward Morris, Kenneth Alexander Norris, Samuel Royall Oetjen, George Frederick Parramore, James B. Pasco, James Denham Patterson, James Perry Patterson, Willard A. Peterson,' Qlaus Alfred Peyton, Harry A. Pierce, James Lewis Porter, Harry Wray Proctor, Harper Lane Ramage, Raymond Brock Richards, Ferdinand Richardson, George W. Richardson, Shaler Arnold Rollins, Clarence David

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22 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Ross, William Edson Sanderson, Raymond Sandusky, Clarence M. Schell, Warren W. Schnauss, William R. Schnell, Frederick E. Seay, Walter Ervin Sellers, Elijah Thomas Shaw, John Henry Shaw, Wilfred McLaurin Shellhorse, William F. Simpson, James Knox Sisson, Sanford S. Skipper, Clarence Toombs Smith, Arthur Walls Smith, Ralph Edward Stollenwerck, Amasa D. Swift, Edwin Chester Taylor, Hermon Marshall Teeter, Edmund H. Thomas, Robert Y. H. Thomas, William Howard Thompson, David Chester Thompson, Thomas C. Upchurch, Noble Alvin Van Schaick, Harold Dean Waas, Frederick J. Ward, Cassius A. Washburn, Clayton D. West, Charles Omer Wilcox, Clarence Robert Wilkinson, Albert H. Wilson, Alpheus K. Wilson, Burrell C. Woolsey, Bertram Fred Jasper: Bruce, John Robert OÂ’Cain, William Marvin Jennings: Beaty, Jas. J. Kelsey City: Pearson, Homer Colquitt Kendall: Moore, Alfred Key West: de Aragon, Adolfo E. Galey, H. C. Keating, William Bernard Lowe, Eugene C. Pintado, Nilo C. Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Warren, William Richard Kissimmee: Brinson, Haynes Derbyshire, Ephraim Geiger, H. S. Rivers, Thomas Maximus Labelle: Seebold, John Louis Lacoochee: Cannon, Augustus Bartow McLeod, Thomas Lake Butler: King, George Robert S. Maines, John Edge Maines, John E., Jr. Mann, John M. Marshburn, Clarence B. Lake City: Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Arnold, Laurie James Bates, Thomas Henry Black, Irby Andrew Brown, Edgar F. Caldwell, Herbert Farnell, Perry Cleveland Harkness, Robert B. Ives, Washington MacKey Murray, Francis Arthur Niblack, James L. Witt, Thomas Walter Lake Geneva: Faver, Robert M. Lake Jo vita: Bradshaw, John T. Lakeland: Causey, Thomas William Clark, Samuel Allen Dickinson, Walter Philip Early, Charles Stacy Farmer, Charles Hall Freeman, Grover C. Griffin, J. D. Ilderton, John Allen Koon, Alpheus C. Leffers, Richard, Sr. Lester, John Gambill Love, Cicero W. Maynard, Ben H. Overstreet, George Clenon Richards, H. Mercer Roberts, Tenney Hugh Smith, Samuel Frederick Stetson, Alexander G. C. Sullivan, Raleigh Robert Tillis, Wylie L. Vassar, Thomas Dupree Watson, Herman Weed, Walter A. Wilson, John F., Jr. Lake Wales: Anderson, James Martin Epling, Brady Dexter Tinkler, Bruce Raymond Tomlinson, J. Pitt Wilhoyte, Roy Evans Lakewood: Williams, A. G. Lake Worth: Brantley, Grady H. Denison, Raymond Chase Nutter, William Lawrence Rowe, Alvah Leo Sory, Bailey Brown, Jr. Tatom, Fletcher Lothair Young, Anne Lamont: Walker, William Henry Largo: Anderson, William D. Barker, Samuel J. Laurel Hill: Stephens, Samuel Edward Lawtey: Carradine, John Hunter Lee: Hamrick, Bascom W. Leesburg: Bush, Warren D. Doctor, William Raymond Holland, Howard Grey King, Loomis Perine Morrison, Harry K. Wood, Samuel Clifford Live Oak: Airth, Henry Franklin Anderson, Thomas S. Price, Joshua Marvin Reynolds,John Henry Strickland, Henry M. West, James Whitaker White, William Charles Loughman: Holloway, Clayton W. Macclenny: Crockett, Edward Wray McIntosh: Strange, James Lawson Zoll, Frank Calhoun Madison: Blalock, Alonzo L. Davis, George O. Hamrick, Benjamin F. Long, Eustace Yates, David H. Malone: Bell, James Lee Bell, William Ealy Kennedy, Robert L. Manatee: Lancaster, Blake McDuffee, Toliver M. Sporman, MacCrellous P. Mandarin: Sengstak, Ernst P. E. Marianna: Baltzell, Nicholas Albert Harris, Edward Hodges, Genous S. McKinnon, Daniel Angus Marshburn, Eustis R. Mayo: Green, O. F. Myers, Nicholas P. Mayport: Bothwell, George Edgar

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 23 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Melbourne: Bean, Ira Floyd Hay, Isaac Morris Hicks, Isham Kimbell Melrose: Preston, H. F. Miami: Abras, Joseph Ellis Adkins, Elmer Hall Agos, Isadore Henry Allen, Omer F. Aronovitz, Samuel Babcock, Donald T. Babcock, Henry C. Baker, Juel M. Baker, Leonard Allen Barfield, J. O. Barge, Hubert Arlander Barge, William Jacob Boles, Dallas Seth Brown, John Wilcox Bullard, Clifton Price Burch, R. N. Carter, Albert Charles Chambers, Silas Eldridge Chandler, Gail Ellsworth Chapman, William A. Cleghorn, Charles Dalton Conger, George Drew Coplan, Milton M. Couric, Edmonson S. Davis, Harley Franklin DeBoe, Michael Price Dobrin, Max Dunaway, Carl Ellis Elder, Samuel Fletcher Elgin, Lee William Ellis, William Harrison Flipse, Matthew Jay Foxworthy, Frank W. Frazier, S. M. French, Elmo Dial Ghertler, Max Goodson, William M. Gowdy, Francis A. Gowdy, Ralph A. Graves, J. Raymond Green, Henry Harrison Haggard, William Andrew Haisfield, Harry Benjamin Hall, E. J. Hanna, Fouad Hilmy Harris, David Watson Harris, Robert Miller Hatch, Ernest Bruce Hodsdon, Benjamin F. Holmes, Roy Jones Hutson, Thomas W. Jaudon, Eugene Keene Jenkins, Leslie Max Jindra, Vladimir Kamil Johnson, Estella Lucille Jones, Edwin Mercer Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr. Keeler, Frank L. Keely, John Kennon, Charles L. Kershaw, A. J. Kirby,William Leslie Kirsch, Maxwell David Leavitt, H. A. Lewis, Taylor Light, Samuel D. W. Lithgow, William D. Litterer, Ammon Buist Lott, Young Cleveland Lowrie, Thomas Luther Lowry, Charles S. Lucinian, Joseph H. Luke, James Martin Joshua Lustgarten, Abraham Lyell, Robert Oliver McCall, Frederick William McCants, Clyde Hare McCartney, Johnson N. MacDonell, George Nowlan McGunagle, Joseph E. McKenzie, John Seaborn McKibben, William Watson Manson, Plumer Jacobs Martin, Benjamin James Martin, Marion Calvin Mazon, Frederick Douglass Medlin, Willard Buford Milton, John D. Newell, C. E. Nichol, Edward Sterling Palmer, Bascom Headen Paulk, George A. Payne, J. W. Pearson, Homer Lee, Jr. Pearson, Nelson Tinsley Pearson, Rufus Judson Peters, Edgar Phillips, Kenneth Pond, Edmund Morse Preston, Robert West Raap, Gerard Rentz, William C. Sawyer, W. B. Sayles, Charles Frederick Seeds, John B. Shaw, Eugene Clay Shisler, John W. Simmons, John Andrew Sinclair, John A. B. Skaggs, Peter Thomas Smith, C Kirby Smith, James Walker Smith, Marvin H. Snyder, John William Stimson, Horace Summers, Albert Tower Tallman, Maurice Henry Tessier, Joseph N. Thomas, Edwin Crawford Thomas, Kelly C. Thomas, Merrick Dowdell Thorne, J. I. Threlkeld, Major Edgar Tumlin, Corbett Edward Turner, John Calvin Uzell, Vlasta D. Vinson, Willie Joseph Vogt, Ferdinand A. Welch, P. B. Westermann, Julius T. White, David Ward Whitten, Benjamin Leland Wilson, M. C. Wood, Arthur Welleslie Woodard, Robert C. Wright, Nelson Amos, Jr. Yarbrough, Henry Charles Youmans, Iva Catherine Zion, Samuel M. Miami Beach: DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen Hall, Thomas Bryon Hotchkiss, Walter T. Hutton, J. C. F. Jenkins, Paul K. Marshall, James Earl Panettiere, Cayetano Payton, Frazier J. Pollock, Benjamin Roche, Charles Frederic Smith, John Frederick Walters, Arthur Louis Micanopy: Dailey, Ira A. Miccosukee: Yarbrough, Wilbur Fisk Milton: Hankins, Jeremiah N. Heath, Henry Oliver Holley, John Calvert Thames, Rufus White, Russell P. Monticello: Brinson, John B., Jr. Glover, George Boston Williams, John Franklin Moore Haven: Draughn, Duncan M. Mount Dora: Callahan, O. L. Fenn, Harry Todd Williams, Daniel B. Mulberry: Murphy, Hugh K. Pearce, Claude Clifford Munson: McClure, Herbert A. Nalaca: Dyess, Charles T. Newberry: Getzen, Samuel Pace

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24 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE New Port Richey: Gavin, Claudius A. New Smyrna: Bouchelle, Louis Brown Chowning, William C. Forster, Davis Henry, Hugh W. Johnson, Joseph L. McDaniels, George Thomas Niceville: McGriff, William Franklin Noma: Ramsay, Walter D. Ocala: Chalker, James LeRoy Dozier, Henry C. Freeman, Albert H. Hampton, E. C. Mitchell Hughes, R. S. Jones, Nathaniel H. Lindner, Eaton George Moore, John Norton Peek, Eugene G. Van Engelken, Louis H. Watt, Harry Farlin Wilson, W. P. Ocoee: Scott, Sam R. Shellhouse, Luther Harvie Ojus: Heard, Wilbur L. Okeechobee: Davis, Claude L. Lingo, Michael Jones McDermid, Hody Calvin Olympia: Strode, Robert Caldwell Orange Park: Lane, Remer Young Orlando: Andrews, Laurin Lundy Andrews, Mitchell M. Beardall, Harold Martin Buckmaster, Ory L. Butler, Paul T. Callahan, Jerry B. Chappell, John R. Chiles, Joseph Haskell Christ, Calvin D. Collins, Charles Joseph Craney, Edward Thomas Daniels, Samuel Homer Davila, J. A. Day, Horace A. Duffin, Charles E. Edwards, Gaston H. English, David Eugene Folsom, Spencer A. Ford, James Arthur Gray, Frank Dorsey Gwynn,Humphrey Wilson Hankins, I. Sylvester Heitz, John J. Hoffmann, Carl Donnelly Ingram, Lawrence C. Johnston, Hewitt Kime, Rufus R. Kleiser, Albert H. Leach, Milford Arthur Lewis, P. M. McElroy, Sylvan McEwan, John S. Mallory, Meredith Neal, Thomas Albert Oertel, Henry B. Orr, Louis McDonald, Jr. Osenbach, William Osincup, Gilbert Seymour Pines, John Andrew Redding, John L. Robinson, S. Miles Sinclair, William Ewing Smith, James Horace Spiers, William Henry Stafford, Arthur Henry Summitt, Robert Elmer Wells, W. M. White, Roland Thatcher Wooden, H. W. Ormond Beach: White, John Blake Ortega: Turck, Raymond Custer Oviedo: Martin, John William Ozona: Logan, Chester E. Whitford, Grace Ruarc Pahokee: Creel, Charles Edgar Palatka: Floyd, Hayden G. Hosey, John T. Johnson, H. A. Long, James A., Jr. Miller, Wesley Sherman Rosborough, Dalton Yancy Steen, Alexander M. Warren, Edmund Walters Welch, George E. Palm Beach: Downs, Augustus S. Fahnestock, Joseph C. Merrill, Charles Morton Morrison, Charles C., Jr. Newton, Silvanus B. Palmetto: Bertrem, J. Willie Brown, John O. Harrison, Mac Millar Panama City: Adams, Daniel M. Blackshear, R. D. Blackshear, William J. Lee, William J. Nixon, James Montgomery Whitfield, J. M. Parish: Lamb, Lloyd L. Pensacola: Abbott, M. S. G. Ames, Allen M. Anderson, Warren Edward Bell, John D. Bickerstaff, James Henry Brunson, H. B. Bryans, Herbert Lee Bryans, Robert Lee Carter, John Hardin Cobb, E. S. DÂ’Alemberte, Clinton W. Dewberry, William C. Diaz, Emilio Dixon, Albert A. Fellows, James Hugh Fraser, Donald Scott Haisfield, Abram Raymond Heinberg, Charles J. Hixon, Frank Petty Hoffman, James Mortimer Hutchinson, Clarence E. Johnson, Arthur J. Lischkoff, Mozart A. Mixon, J. A. Mock, Albert Edward Nobles, Robert Green Nobles, Velpeau Robert Nobles, William D. Payne, Walter Clifton Peel, George Talbot Phillips, Lawrence C. Pierpont, Juriah Harris Pollock, Wm. A. J., Jr. Quina, Marion Ernest Renshaw, Frank Gale Simpson, Horace Lee Stokes, Thomas Henry Sullivay, Rosa L. Sunday, Edward Julian Webb, Carol C. Whidden, Eugene K. White, Alvyn Waverly Perrine: Freeman, Mary Perry: Ellis, John Clement Greene, Ralph James Howsley, William McNear Warren, George Hilliard Weeks, James L. Pine Castle: Wood, Will Lee Pinetta: Kinsey, Junius P. Plant City: Alsobrook, John Walter Black, Robert C. Coleman, John Alexander

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25 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Harrell, Lovell Hampton Holton, William Joseph Joyner, Oscar Albert Knight, John Clarence Maguire, Thomas Clair Sanchez, Butler Hobb Young, Calvin Todd Pomona: Main, Daniel C. Pompano: McClellan, George S. Winsor, Sanford A. Ponce de Leon: Stephens, Hiram Aubrey Port Orange: Robertson, Wright Port St. Joe: Coe, Pliny Watson Port Tampa City: Mudge, William H. Punta Gorda: Martin, Leldon Wails Steely, James A. Williams, Rabun Herbert Quincy: Davis, Julius Caesar Gainey, Jewel Guy Godard, Robert Fain Mack, Clyde Clifton Massey, William Walton Stevens, William Spencer Wilhoit, Sterling E. Raiford: Ferguson, Robert Donald River Junction: Barnes, Benjamin F. Rockledge: Wood, George W. Safety Harbor: Edwards, Walter E. Kirkland, Needham Lawton St. Andrew: Jansenius, Anton J. H. Zediker, Arthur B. St. Augustine: Burnett, Wilbur E. Estes, Edgar Stuart Griffin, James Burnie Guy, Walter Bryant Irwin, Joseph Max Lindsley, Horace Parkinson, William N. Potter, George Walter Scruggs, Samuel Andrew Spencer, Jacob John Underwood, Arthur W. Walkup, A. Clark Webb, Walter Duval White, Herbert Eugene St. Cloud: Chunn, Judson David Cushman, Minerva B. Dodds, William Henry St. Petersburg: Aber, Albert H. Bieker, Annette Mebane Bieker, Siegfried Bernard Coll, Hugh J. Cooper, John Hightower Davies, Ray Davis, James Ernest Davis, William M. Dawson, Stephen A. Echard, Thomas B. Feaster, Orion Otis Fisk, Harley Bruce Funk, Neil E. Gable, Linwood Malone Gable, Nonie Worth Griffin, Thos. R. Hardenbergh, John A. Haseltine, Burton Heibner, Eugene Albert Herring, John A. Holloway, W. H. Hooper, Clara A. Hudson, Arthur T. Jennings, Frank S. Knowlton, Roscoe Hosmer Kumm, Frederick Fayne Lambdin, Ludlow Leith, Richard Bliss Lingo, William Bernard Lochner, George Mitchell Lougee, Arthur J. Lustig, Emil McClane, Frank Elmer McClane, John William McConnell, Whitman C. MacCordy, Earl C. Marr, Norval Mason Melville, Edmond John Middlebrooks, Violet Miller, George Edmund Mills, Alvin Lee Moeller, Maximilian W. Murphy, Ralph Dollahan OÂ’Brien, Raymond Keith Osgood, George Edward Palmer, Harrison Gregory Post, William Glenn, Jr. Prather, Benton T. Putnam, Harry Lyman Quicksall, William E. Raborn, John D. Rieger, O. Paul Roope, A. P. Wade, Hugh Wesley Welch, Harry C. White,Benjamin Lewis Williams, Carl Alonzo Williams, Chesley Raleygh Wood, Alvin James Wylie, LeRoy Allen Sanderson: Blanton, Ira L. Sanford: Denton, John Thos. Heitz, A. W. Knox, Arthur Wesley Langley, William T. Marshall, Cyril Justin Mitchell, Clifford Morgan Park, Charles Lanier Prince, O. A. Puleston, Samuel Robson, James N. Selman, Guy Stokely Smith, Henry Damon Starke, George Henry Stevens, Ralph Edwin Thomas, Abraham Fifield Tolar, Julian Nolley Vincent, Charles P. Sarasota: Cribbins, Orville H. Griffin, Harold W. Halton, Jack Halton, Joseph Metzger, Frank C. Morton, Arthur Oscar Patterson, John Clyatt Schultz, Frederick W. Simpson, Frank E. A. Slocumb, Clyde B. Taylor, Thomas Walter Wilson, Cullen B. Withers, Gabriel Harold Scanlon: Bryan, William H. Sebastian: Rose, David Sebring: Anderson, James M. Mitchell, John Wesley Weems, Howard Vincent Seville: Williams, W. J. Sneads: Hudgens, Thomas Hamlin Rudolph, Council CourtlandSP c kPPy* ^ Sackett, Harry R. Kem PÂ’ U W m T Sample, Joseph Richard Sarven, James David Sbordi, Henry V. Solomon, Henry Doyle Strickland, Jesse Armed Stuart, Martin Hardin Townsend, Shell Hughes South Jacksonville : Miller, Samuel David Tyler, Lockland Vance Veal, Ernest Whitney Watts, Peryl Elkin South Miami: Grimes, Dewey Herbert

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26 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Starke: Holland, R. N. Middleton, William E. Parks, Walker B. Stuart: Eurit, Floyd Burner Newnham, John Alfred Parker, Julian David Sulphur Springs: Lake, Esley Taylor Tallahassee: Ausley, Charles Merritt Brevard, Ephraim Mays Claxton, William Allan Dozier, Laurie Lester Gwynn, George H. Johnston, John K. Kendrick, Odis Gilbert Moor, Frederick Clifton Palmer, Henry Edwards Rhodes, Bricey Milton Robertson, May Clare Wilkinson, Benjamin A. Tampa: Adamson, William P. Allen, Bundy Anderson, M. Jackson Andrews, Chadbourne A. Baldwin, Robert Edgar Barker, Frank Talmage Bartlett, Charles W. Bartlett, Charles W., Jr. Bidwell, Alfred Morrell Bitzer, Emory West Blackmon, Heyward James Blake, William Campbell Boccelato, Salvador Leon Bottari, Giulio Cesare Boyce, Homer P. Bronstein, Emmanuel Butchart, T. R. Byrd, Hiram Cameron, Fay A. Carlton, Leland F. Chandler, Julian C. Christian, George R. Cook, George Lindsay Cook, Henry M. Costa, Frank John Cowart, James Taylor Crum, James Wilhite Daniels, Benjamin A. De Gaetani, Joseph Marion Dickerson, R. Johnson Dickerson, Stephen Boyer Dickinson, Joshua Clifton Draper, Arthur Derby Drew, C. L. Duncan, William Peyton Dyer, Walter Harmon Efird, Lester Julian Ely, Revel A. Farrior, Joseph Brown Faver, Henry Merrell Filbert, Charles Edward Fina, Ricardo Fluker, Carl Barnes Forbes, Sherman B. Foster, John Cantzon Garcia,Parsons Manuel Gilbert, Elsie Martinson Gilmer, Eugene Stanford Glass, Roscoe Eugene Golden, Harold Miller Grantham, James Mullins Grimal, Angel S. Guerra, J. J. Gyland, Stephen P. Halliday, John Hamner, George P. Hardy, George E. W., Jr. Hart, Oliver James Helms,John S. Henderson, Robert Preston Higgins, Allen Fitch Holloway, E. W. Hopkins, Clack Dickenson Hubbard, Roscoe Conkling Jefferson, Rollin Jensen, Henry Jack Johnson, Samuel Edward Jones, Augustus B., Jr. Knauf, Arthur Raymond Lancaster, William Jesse Larner, Leonard G. Lassman, George A. Levy, Louis Lowry, Blackburn W. McCaslan, William Hill McEachern, J. R. McLaws, Raymond B. McMurray, Henry Embry McRae, Earle Hobart Maechtle, Everett Woods Maner, George Ralph Marney, Charles R. Martin, Douglas D. Martinson, M. M. Martorell, Abelardo Mas, Juan Amado Meighen, Douglas Gordon Merendino, Domenico Mills, David Arthur Mills, John Herman Milton, Daniel G. Milton, Philip Elington Miralles, Manuel Sueiras y Moodie, Bazil M. Moore, John Terrell Myers, William Alfred Nelken, Bernard Earl Nelson, Robert Goree Norton, George P. Oppenheimer, Louis Sims Ortega, Rafael Paniello, Santiago Parker, Julius Augustus Pate, Julien Carey Patterson, William Portocarrero, Nestor A. Randolfo, J. Coleman Rankin, Grover Cleveland Rector, Lee Thornton Rowlett, William Monroe Saxton, David E. Saxton, Jesse J. Shaver, Edward Franklin Smith,Burdette Smith, Henry Mason Smith, Walton H. Y. Smoak, Edward Snow, Henry Oscar Spengler,Nathaniel L. Stafford, Charles S. Stone, Alvord L. Stringer, Sheldon Taylor, Joseph W. Thompson, Hubert Orion Thorpe, Franklyn Tison, Burnett Maxey Torbett, Ralph S. Trelles, Jorge A. Truelsen, Thomas Vaughan, Cecil Weekley, Augustine S. White, Jacob Augustus Williams, Horace Joseph Williams, John W. Williams, R. Reche Winton, M. R. Womack, David Ray Young, Wilburn Cogdell Tampashores: Oglesby, Charles Robert Tangerine: Lust, Benedict Tarpon Springs: Albaugh, Andrew P. Belcher, I. J. Burnette, Elmer W. Douglass, J. E. McCallister, Archie Tavares: Colley, Sanford C. Titusville: Hardman, William Wallac Peppers, Guy Stewart Potthoff, Ernest W. Rose, John Rudolph Spell, James C. Stevens, Herbert J. Trenton: Gray, Charles Rush Weeks, L. R. Umatilla: Ashton, Wilbur Lee Toy, Samuel Holt Useppa Island: Randall, Floyd Hamilton

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27 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE mice: D’Quinn, Charles A. :mon: Dalton, Bailey W. Dawkins, N. J. ;ro Beach: Srossman, Frederick A. Hardee, E. B. Harrell, George L. McClellan, P. T. aldo: Pridgen, Claude Leonard auchula: garner, John Elmo Kayton, Merle Clyde Poucher, Allen Alfred ebster: Roberts, Nathaniel F. Bkipworth, James Leo elaka: Campbell, Ezra Theodore ellborn: "line, Daniel Edward Smithson, Gelon Braxton sst Palm Beach: Arnold, Wilbur Ogden Baldwin, R. Henry Bazemore, Mary Knott Binkley, John Frey Brown, Virginius Lynn Buck, William John Carlisle, James L. Day, Berney S. 3ooley, Roy Oscar )awson, George Millard )yett, J. H. Russell r leming, Samuel Ward Beorge, William W. %  lerlach, Earl B. Serlach, Henry P. yill, Richard S. Sunter, T. D. Ball,John Ewell leath, Guy W. lenry, Gordon Fuller lerman, F. Peter lerpel, Frederick K. lodges, Julius C. [oily, Alonzo Potter P. ared, Vernon Meadows efferson, Thomas LeRoy ,ewis, Gaylord ietto, Lloyd Joseph >ughterson, William Alex 'apot, Grace Elliott 'eek, Leon Ashley ’eery, Emory Willis Jchardson, James C. .ozier, Lauchlin McK. hackelford, W. Lawson ibert, Aldo Vernon Smart, Benjamin Franklin Stone, Vale D. Van Landingham, W. E. Vickers, Thomas Rudolf Webb, Roy Whitman, Frank S. Wewahitchka: Meriwether, Thomas Miller, Allen H. White Springs: Barnett, Ross Augustus Cone, Daniel Newnan Wildwood: Albritton, Andrew B. Slaughter, Thomas K. Williston: Turner, Smith Lanier Willis, Jesse M. Willow: Box, Chester Clyde Wimauma: Harris, John Henry Winter Garden: Davis, James Abraham Lawson, Ben Hill Wheatley, Claude I. Winter Haven: Alexander, Omer R. Crump, James E. Horton, Waldo Irons, Frank Ernest Mooty, Ross Heflin Sherman, William Eurasti Simonson, Lawrence M. Simpson, W. T. Winter Park: Burks, B. Auxford Coffin, Charles E. Gardner, Julian Forrest Hotard, Roland Frank Trovillion, J. A. Zephyr hills: Alsobrook, Blaxham E. Zolpho Springs: Spears, Ben D. Alabama: Hodges, John Walter Holley, John F. Miller, Richard Lafayette Rose, Joseph Everett California: Brann, Harold Welch Walter, Frederick J. Colorado: Bowersox, U. S. G. Georgia: Avera, J. B. Curtis, Walker Lewis Fort, Arthur G. Fourcher, Kenneth R. Griffith, Daniel Henry Hughes, Nathan Asbury Hughes, Tolbert W. Jones, William Wardlaw Lennard, Oscar Dean Massenburg, George Y. Moses, Harry Myers, Hu Crim Phillips, James C. Pomeroy, W. L. Stebbins, Alvin Lloyd Wilson, J. R. Illinois: Bell, Kenneth Rush Connor, A. B. Earel, Albert Marion Elliston,Leroy Bertram Elliston, Robert L. Giles, Harry L. O’Hara, Fred Summa Smith, Joseph A. Van Doren, William H. Waterman, Alonzo Higbee Indiana: Rawlings, Claude L. Kentucky: Graves, Lattie Meredith, Hubert M. Maryland: Graves, Guthrie Yoehlee Massachusetts: Perkins, Franklin A. Michigan: Thompson, Fred E. Minnesota: Henry, Clifford Elmore Missouri: Boone, John William C. Eigle, Edwin George Kemp, Thomas J. Stormont, Riley M. New Jersey: Hill, John A. New York: LeBreton, Prescott Remington, Alvah C. Strong, Samuel Meredith North Carolina: Van Epp, Owen Bayard Ohio: Hendrickson, Floyd C. McCleary, Joseph Roy Rush, Thomas William Smith, Parke Gillespie Pennsylvania: Simmons, Harry Frank Todd, De Villo Otis Ziegler, Alfred Henry South Carolina: Andrews, E. D.

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28 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Brunson, Joseph E. Thach, Andrew Blaine Norris, Johnnie Andrew, Jr.Utah: Weathersbee, Ashley B. South Dakota: Kenaston, Thomas C. Tennessee: Brown, Emmett E. Hayward, J. C. Virginia: Trousdale, Theodore McK. Washington, D. C.: Dey, Walter Pettus Wisconsin: Fossey, Herbert L. Cuba: Strong, Samuel Benjamin

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 29 Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others Practicing the Medical and/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida; to pro vide Fees for the same and Penalties for Violation. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. That from and after the passage of this Act every license to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and /or material method of the practice of the healing art shall before the licensee begins practice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County in which he resides, or in which such practice is intended to be carried on with the name, residence, place and date of birth of the licensee and the source, number and date of his license to practice. Before regis tering, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the same complied with all the requirements as to examination required by law; that no money was paid for such license except the regular fee paid by all applicants therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and /or material systems of healing and every other person here after duly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar. SECTION 3. That every person in making his first registration here under, shall write or cause to be written upon the application blank so furnished by the Secretary of the State Board of Health, his full name, post office and residence address, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed prac titioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath. SECTION 4. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of appli cation for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to con tain space for the insertion by the applicant of the information required by the provisions of this Act. SECTION 5. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, mid wife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and /or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.

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30 Florida State Board of Health SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted here under, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. SECTION 7. Any person who fails or neglects to register as required by the provisions of this Act, or who shall violate the provisions of this Act, shall upon conviction thereof, be punished by fine of not more than Fifty ($50.00) Dollars. SECTION 8. This Act shall take effect immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its becoming a law without such approval. Approved by the Governor, May 28, 1927. Official Opinions FRED H. DAVIS, Attorney General OPINION NO. 17 REGISTRATION: VETERINARY DOCTORS In Re: Whether Veterinarians Required to Register Under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, Laws of Florida Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, Laws of Florida, is entitled: “AN ACT to require the registration of all physicians, sur geons, osteopaths, chiropractics, naturopaths, midwives and all others practicing the medical and/or material healing art in the State of Florida; to provide fees for the same and penalties for violation.” There is nothing in either the title or the body of this Act which can be construed as applying to veterinary doctors or surgeons, and I am there fore of the opinion that veterinarians are not required to register under this Act. OPINION NO. 18 REGISTRATION: NON-RESIDENTS I am of the opinion that Senate Bill No. 75, Chapter 12005, Laws of 1927, contemplates that doctors, whether practicing or not, shall register annually with the State Board of Health. The purpose of this registration seems to be mainly to preserve infor mation as to the whereabouts of the physicians licensed to practice rather than a registration of those physicians actually engaged in practice. The statute says that all those licensed to practice who at the time the statute was enacted were lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine should register annually as required in the Act. If a person applies for a license to practice medicine and engages in some other occupation he would probably be exempt from registration under the Act by notifying the jury to that effect.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 31 OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION NO. 19 LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING Section 1 of Senate Rill No. 75, approved May 28th, 1927, provides: “That from and after the passage of this Act every license to practice * shall before the licensee begins to practice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County in which he re sides or in which such practice is intended to be carried on. * It is apparent from this provision, taken in connection with other pro visions of the Act, that if a physician has his license recorded in the County in which he resides and intends to practice, it is necessary to have said license recorded in another County whenever he moves from one part of the State to another, or changes his abode from one part of the State to another, as the law requires that the license be recorded in the County “in which such practice is intended to be carried on.” OPINION NO. 20 REGISTRATION: MIDWIVES. Section 2 of Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927, provides: “That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of * midwifery and other medical and/or material system of healing and every other person hereafter duly licensed to prac tice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar.” Section 5 of the same Act provides: “The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any duly licensed * midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.” Construing these two Sections together, it is apparent that only “duly licensed” midwives are required to apply for a Certificate of Registration and since there is no statute in the State of Florida at this time providing for the licensing of midwives or the practice of midwifery, it is also ap parent that Chapter 12005 at present has no application insofar as requiring the registration of midwives is concerned. The obvious purpose of the statute is to provide for the registration of licenses and where no licenses are provided for no registration can be had. OPINION NO. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS—PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice.

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32 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS I am of the opinion that the words: “every other medical and/or material method of the practice of the healing art,” as used in this Act are words of general import which are limited by the specification of the particular words theretofore used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generis applies and limits the general words to the same class of things as are covered by the specific words. In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kindred and similar to the practice of medicine but is limited to a specific portion of the human body. Dentists on the other hand, can hardly be called practitioners of the same kind of science as ordinary doctors, and, therefore, I think that they are excluded, unless, of course, the practice of dentistry is held to em brace the right to give treatments for human ailments due to correction of dental deficiencies. As I understand the same, some dentists do this and some dentists do not. It is possible that there might be a distinction between the practice of dentistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, if the license of the dentists authorizes, and the practice of his science embraces a certain degree of surgery and therapeutic treatment such as would ordin arily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the requirement to register as would the podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by a consideration of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regulations of the Dental Board and the laws of Florida. OPINION NO. 22 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS—PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS Section 2 of Chapter 12005 requires all persons engaged in the practice of naturopathy to register with the State Board of Health. Section 1 of Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927, provides for the licensing of naturopaths. The practice of naturopathy is defined as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem to include professional masseurs, which practitioner would fall under the classification of those engaged in the practice of ma terial health science used to aid in the purifying, cleansing and normalizing of the human tissues for the preservation of, and restoration of health. Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons en gaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional mas seurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, re quired to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927. OPINION NO. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS—PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS Answering your letter of February 2nd, requesting my opinion as to the status for registration of electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs, it seems to me clear from the provisions of Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927, that all electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs should have a cer tificate as such from the State Board of Naturopathic Examiners before they exercise the right to practice their respective professions as such if these two sciences use mechanical, psychological or material health sciences and to aid in purifying, cleansing and normalizing human tissues for the preservation or restoration of health according to the fundamental principles of anatomy, physiology, and applied psychology as it is apparent that they do.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 33 OFFICIAL OPINIONS Of course, if the Naturopathic Board of Examiners has not issued any license to electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs the provisions of Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, requiring them to register certificates can not be applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registra tion of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of checking up on those who are practicing without any certificate as required by law. OPINION NO. 32 REGISTRATION HEALING ARTS—PENALTY Physicians, surgeons, osteopaths, naturopaths, midwives or other persons practicing medical or material healing arts, who fail to comply with the provisions of Sections 3398 to 3403, Compiled Laws, 1927, relating to regis tration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not pre vent the practitioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for unlawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, be fore he is authorized to register for 1929. The purpose of the provisions of this Act as has been previously pointed out is to furnish a current record of those presently engaged in practice for the particular year in question. There is nothing in the Act which prohibits a physician who practiced in 1928 without registration from now filing his registration for the year 1928 in order to have recorded the fact that he did practice during 1928 but such filing subsequent to the time fixed in the statute will not by itself exempt him from liability which he has already incurred from the practice without the proper registration. OPINION NO. 33 REGISTRATION HEALING ARTS—COMBINED Answering your request of the 17th inst. for my opinion in the premises, I beg to advise that I am of the opinion that a requirement for registra tion of those licensed to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, etc., as found in Senate Bills Nos. 75, 77 and 366, all relate to one and the same registration although the requirement is repeated separately in each of these Acts. Under this construction, it is not necessary that physicians register more than one time with the Bureau although there are two separate statutes which require such registration.

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34 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 1 — doctors of medicine registered in Florida, by COLOR AND BY COUNTIES1 9 2 8 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES (Continued) Total White Colored Total. 1430 1362 68 Alachua. 25 23 2 Lake. 22 22 Baker. 2 2 Lee. 19 18 i Bay. 8 8 Leon. 11 11 Bradford. 4 4 Levy.. 5 5 Brevard. 18 17 i Liberty. 1 1 Broward. 29 29 Madison.. 7 7 Calhoun 4 4 Manatee. 26 26 Charlotte. 3 3 Marion. 19 15 4 Citrus. 4 4 Martin. 4 4 Clay. 5 4 i Monroe. 7 7 Collier. 1 1 Nassau.. 6 6 Columbia. 12 11 i Okaloosa. 5 5 Dade. 172 165 7 Okeechobee. 3 3 DeSoto. 7 7 Orange. 62 57 5 Dixie. 3 3 Osceola. 11 11 Duval. 163 151 12 Palm Beach. 59 54 5 Escambia. 46 42 4 Pasco. 8 8 Flagler. 2 2 Pinellas. 96 93 3 Franklin 3 3 Polk. 64 64 Gadsden. 18 17 i Putnam. 15 13 "l Gilchrist. 2 2 St. Johns. 18 18 Glades. 1 1 St. Lucie. 9 8 i Gulf. 3 3 Santa Rosa. 7 7 Hamilton 5 5 Sarasota. 14 13 l Hardee. 6 6 Seminole. 18 16 2 Hendry. 2 2 Sumter. 7 7 Hernando. 5 5 Suwannee. 12 11 1 Highlands. 6 6 Taylor. 7 7 Hillsborough. 151 143 8 Union. 5 5 Holmes.. 5 5 Volusia. 54 49 ’5 Indian River 5 5 Wakulla.. 2 2 Jackson .. 17 17 Walton. 6 6 Jefferson. 5 5 Washington. 6 6 Lafayette. 3 3 Non-Residents.... 69 69

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 35 TABLE NO. 2— total number doctors of medicine registered in FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY —1928 i UNITED STATES STATES Total White Colored STATES Total White Colored Total. 1351 1287 64 Continued Alabama 124 124 Missouri. 28 28 Arkansas. 4 4 Nebraska. 8 8 California. 2 2 New Hampshire... 6 6 Colorado 2 2 New Jersey. 13 13 Connecticut 6 6 New York. 34 34 Dist.of Columbia. 3 3 North Carolina.... 29 25 4 Florida. 247 205 42 North Dakota. 2 2 Ceorcn a 271 266 5 Ohio. 34 34 Idaho 1 1 Oklahoma. 3 3 Illinois 50 50 Pennsylvania. 49 49 T ndiana .... 36 36 Rhode Island. 2 2 Iowa. 21 21 South Carolina.. . 67 61 6 TCan<;as 11 11 South Dakota. 1 1 TCenfnckv 41 41 Tennessee. 34 34 T oiiKiana 13 12 *1 Texas. 8 8 Maine 8 8 Utah. 4 4 M a rvl and 10 10 Vermont. 6 6 Massachusetts.... 15 15 Virginia. 26 26 Mirhip-an 24 24 West Virginia. 11 11 M inn pcnf/l 7 7 Wisconsin. 19 18 1 Mississippi. 18 17 i Unknown. 53 49 4 TABLE NO. 2— total number doctors of medicine registered in FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY -1928 FOREIGN COUNTRIES Total White Colored COUNTRIES Total White Colored Total. 79 75 4 Continued A rm ahi d 1 1 India. 3 3 An of* 1*1 d 1 1 Italy. 5 5 I onorlo 26 26 Peru. 1 1 Central America. 1 1 Russia. 2 2 10 10 Scotland. 1 1 H rrirr\f 2 2 Spain. 1 1 ^gypt. H n nr 1 o n n 8 8 Syria. 1 1 XLngianu. Germany. 10 10 West Indies. 5 1 *4 Holland. 1 1

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36 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 3— total number doctors of medicine registered in THE STATE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA —1928 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored Total. 1430 1362 68 Continued Less 1 year. 63 63 35-39 years. 72 66 6 1 year. 113 112 i 40-44 years. 78 70 8 2 years. 146 144 2 45-49 years. 60 48 12 3 years. 75 75 50-54 years. 31 29 2 4 years. 44 44 55-59 years. 15 14 1 5-9 years. 155 155 60-64 years. 9 7 2 10-14 years. 147 142 '5 65-69 years. 3 3 15-19 years. 156 147 9 70-74 years. 3 3 20-24 years. 121 114 7 75-79 years. 1 1 25-29 years. 67 62 5 Unknown years. . 11 11 30-34 years. 60 52 8 TABLE NO. 4— TOTAL NUMBER of doctors of medicine registered IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX -1928 MALE FEMALE AGES Total White Colored AGES Total White Colored Total. 1405 1338 67 Total. 25 24 1 20-24 years. 10 10 20-24 years. 25-29 years. 30-34 years. 35-39 years. 40-44 years. 45-49 years. 50-54 years. 55-59 years. 60-64 years. 65-69 years. 70-74 years. 75-79 years. 80-84 years. Unknown years. . 25-29 years. 101 98 3 4 ’4 30-34 years. 152 144 8 1 1 35-39 years. 206 196 10 40-44 years. 229 218 11 *2 *2 45-49 years. 213 197 16 5 4 i 50-54 years. 199 194 5 5 5 55-59 years.. 135 130 5 4 4 60-64 years. 79 73 6 2 2 65-69 years. 29 28 1 1 1 70-74 years. 26 26 1 1 75-79 years. 15 15 80-84 years. 3 3 Unknown years. . 8 6 ’2

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