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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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1929
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Began with: 1928
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Ceased in 1935 or 1936

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Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville., Florida, March 1, 1930.
SIR:
I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Medicine who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chapter __2005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this report has been placed in the hands of each person who registered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small supply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year.
This second annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1929. 1 am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
HENRY HANSON, M. D.
Secretary., State Board of Health




4 Florida State Board of Health
ABLES reproduced in the back of this publication indicate the number of Doctors of Medicine registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the, United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages, of doctors, by color.
In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor's name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town.
The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the telephone number of the called party. This practice normally results in the more prompt completion of your call.
Chapter 12005, A cts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the officlai opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.




Beau of Vital Statistics5
L Doctors of Medicine
SAddress Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
A B
bt S. G., Pensacola (Col.) ............ 909 Babcock, D. T., Miami .--------------------22-1556
r ., St. Petersburg ----------- None Babcock, H. C., Miami ...... 2-5300
J. E., Miai .......................... 3-2335 Bacon, H., Jacksonvile ----------------------- 7-4704
Ad m D H ., Tit sville --------------69 Baker, J. M ., M iam i,---------------- 2-6311
d, ., Panama City -------------------1 87 Baker, L. A., Miami ............................. 3-2790
G. E., Jacksonville-------5-6437-W Baker, R. M., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-7336
J. L., Baker ------------------------ None Baker, W. J., Eastport ---------------------- None
AT. A., Daytona Beach (Col.) .... 474-J Baldwin, R. H., West Palm Beach ... 2-1962
T. S., Jacksonville ------------- 5-7132 Baldwin, R. E., Tampa ---------------------- 4901
n, W. P., Tampa ---------- 3413 Ballard, I. W., Miami ----------_---------------- 2-2772
Ak ns E. H., Miami ------------------ 2-8716 Baltzell, N. A., Marianna --------_----------------- 91
us, G.. Clearwater ------------------------ 2217 Barfield, F. G., Jacksonville --------- 5-0539
IoI. H., Miami -------------------------------- 2-3555 Barfield, J. 0., Miami ----- ---------------------- 2-6268
, H. F., Live Oak --------------------- 265 Barge, H. A., Miami ---------------------- 2-6324
h, A. P., Tarpon Springs --------- 8106 Barge, W. J., Miami ------------------------ 2-6324
on, A. B.. Wildwood ------------------------ 57 Barker, F. --, Tampa--4390
er, 0. R., Winter Haven --------- 439 Barker, S. J., Largo -------------------------- None
J F., Alabama ----------------------- Barnes B. F. River Junction ------------------- 77
,B., Tampa ----------------------------- M -1166 Barnes, E. M ., Alabama -----------------------------, J. F., Jacksonville ----------------------- 5-5776 Barnett, R. A., White Springs --------- 9101
Al ,0. F., Miami ------------------------- 2-4416 Bartee, L. H., Hastings ------------------------ None
A e I. P., Frostproof ------------------------------1 2 Bartlett, C. W., Tampa ------------------------ M-5709
ook, B. E., Zephyrhills --------- None Bartlett, C. W., Jr., Tampa.------- Y-1347
ok, J. W., Plant City -------- 355 Baskin, J. G., Dunnellon ---------------------- 54
R. F., Tampa ------------- -Basso, E. R., Key West- ----------- None
, M., Pensacola -------------------- 910 Bates, G. L., Daytona Beach.------- 570-J
Srson, C.. Holopaw -------------------------- None Bates, T. H., Lake City.------------- -------- 214
son J. G., Lake City ----- 385-SW Baumgartner, C. J., Jacksonville ------5-3522
son, J. M., Cross City ----------------------- 79 Bazemore, M. K., West Palm Beach..None
Adrn, J. M., Sebring ------------------------ None Beals, J. A., Jacksonville--_------------- 7-2101
son, L. M., Lake City ------------------- 274 B
BM. J., tampa (Co) -4822 ean, I. F., Melbourne -------------- 17
eson, S, ive oak ---------234 Beardall, H. M., Orlando ------------------------ 6211
P Adeson, W. D., Largo --------------2221 Beaty, J. J., Jennings ---------------------1
son, W. E., Pensacola -------------- 158 Beckman, G. E. Jacksonville ----- 5-1541
ws, C. A., Tampa ---------------------- 3972 Beggs, J. M., Chattahoochee ------------------ 85
s, E. D., South Carolina -----------Bell, J. D., Pensacola-------------------------- 402
s, E. H., Gainesville ---------------1096 Bell, K. R., Illinois --------------------------------------s, L. L., Orlando ------------------------ 3141 Berry, N. C., Jacksonville --------5-0423
ws, M. M., Orlando ----------------------- 4511 Bertram, A. J., Miami --------------------- 2-6712
E. 0., Clarwater (Col) ....... 29636 Bertrem, J. W., Havana -----------------------------I. L., Jacksonville ------------------------ Besenbruch, P. W., Davenport --------- 174
t F K Ft. Myers ------------------- 91.8 BeGt, G W., Jacksonville -------- None
A r ol L.V J., Lake City --------_---------------- 230...
,Bevis, H P., Arcadia ------------------------- 352
K. C., Orlando ---------4evs, W. M., Bartow-------- 31None
. 14- Beyer, A. R., Tampa -------------------------- 2233
C., Ft. Ogden-.--------- T-505 Bickerstaff, J. H., Pensacola .................... 1212
....C. M. Tllahassee---------------168 Biddle, J. K., Daytona Beach -------_-------- 278
SJ.BGoga------------------ Biddle, P. D., Brewster ---------------------- None
W., oco Grve.- None Bidwell, A. m., Tampa ----------------------2008
l (o .) .... 19 Bieker, A. M., St. Petersburg ........... 4398




6 'Florida'State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No
Bieker, S. B., St. Petersburg ------- 4398 Brown, J. 0., Palmetto -----34-- M603, 2-717.11
Binkley, J. F., West Palm Beach.-,--6024 Brown, j. W., Miami ------------ N
Bishop, B. M., Archer..----..-- ..---------------3 Brown, L. V. L., DeLand----Bitzer, E. W., Tampa.-.-..--------------3951 Brown, 0. C., Ft. Lauderdale 5
Black, M. E., Clearwater ------------------------ 2828 Brown, R. L., Jr., Jacksonville (Col.) 5-026
B la ck R C ., P la n t C ity ------------------------3 19 B ro w n V L ., G eo rg ia-------Blackmar, R. W., Jacksonville ----- 5-4649 Bruce, J. R., jasper--------------Blackmon, H. J., Tampa ---------- 2256 Brunner, E. C., Miami- 2-595
Blackshear, R. D., Panama City ------ 94-W Brunson, H. B., Pensacola---------Blackshear, W. J., Panama City- ------- 94-W Brunson, J. E., South Carolina------
Blair, W. M., West Palm Beach -----. 6890 Brush, S. P., Ft. Lauderdale-------Non
Blake, L. W., Bradenton ------------------- 35-281 Bryan, C. H., Bradenton------- I --Non
Blake, W. C., Tampa -------------------------- 3401 Bryan, W. H., Scanlon-------------1311
Blalock, A. L., Madison ---------------------------- 97 Bryans, H. L., Pensacola ---------- 92
Blanchard, H. H., Georgia ----------------------- Bryans, R. L., Pensacola. ----------309-R
Blanton, I. L., Sanderson ------------------- None Bryant, J. M., Jacksonville ---------7-2183
Blinn, T. A., Jacksonville --------------- 5-1822 Buck, W. J., Belle Glade ----------None
Boccelato, S. L., Tampa ------------------- S-7153 Buckman, T. E., Jacksonville-----7-4137
Bohannon, C. C., Daytona Beach --------- 234 Buckmaster, 0. L., Orlando.........5284,
Boles, D. S., Miami -------------------------- 2-9159 Bullard, C. P., Miami------------31224
Boling, J. R., Bradenton ------------------ Bullard, P. D., Hosford ----------17-L3
Boone, J. L., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-5816 Bunker, L. L., Fernandina- -----------26
Boone, J. W. C., Missouri --------------------------- Burch, R. N., Miami -------------- 3-1296
Booth, W. R., Campbellton ------------------- None Burks, B. A., Winter Park........384
Boothe, R. C., Ft. Pierce ------------------------ 338 Burnett, W. E., St. Augustine-----1209
Bostelman, E., Ft. Myers ------------------------ 482 Burnette, E. W., Tarpon Springs-----266
Bothwell, G. E., Mayport ------------------- None Burns, J. P., Ft. White ------------- I
Bottari, G. C., Tampa ---------------------- Y-1566 Burns, M. Q., Blountstown----------71
Bouchelle, L. B., New Smyrna ------------------- 12 Bush, W. D. Leesburg -----------None
Bowen, F. J., Jacksonville --------------------------- Butchart, T. R., Tampa ------------08
Bowen, J. T., Clearwater -------2181 Butler, B. F., Hollywood ------- 74
Box, C. C., Willow --------------------- None Butler, P. T., Orlando .-----------7211
Box, W, C., Graceville ------------------ 4 Byle, A. S., Alva ---------------R-1103
Boyce, H. P., Tampa ---------------------- 2585 Byrd, H., Tampa---------------None
Boyd, J. E., Jacksonville ----------------- 5-0303
Bradshaw, J. T., Lake Jovita -------- None C
Brann, H. W., California .............
Bransford, L. E., Jacksonville --------- 5-7681 Caldwell, H., Lake City .-----------30
Brantley, G. H., Lake Worth ---------- ____12 Callahan, J. B., Orlando (Col.)-- 7 401
Brantley, Z., Grandin ------------------------------ 15 Callahan, 0. L., Mt. Dora .------------2
Bredow, P. W., Glenwood ------------------- None Calvin, W. J., Eustis ---------------126
Brevard, E. M., Tallahassee ------------------- 168 Campbell, D. A., Tampa ---------- 209
Brewer, W. A., Tennessee ----------------------- Campbell, E. T., Welaka --. 5
Brewster, W. A., Callahan ------------------------ 703 Campbell, S. S., Jacksonville (Col).S-4272
Brillhart, H. L., Jacksonville --------- 5-0884 Cameron, F. A., Tampa ------------ 4052
Brink, F. A., Jacksonville ------------------- 2-2396 Cannon, A. B., Lacoochee-----. None
Brinson, H., Kissimmee ---------------------------- 248 Carefoot, E. I., Jacksonville ------5-320
Brinson, J. B., Jr., Monticello ---------- 239 Carefoot, G. H., Ft. Meade --------Brinson, P. A., Baldwin ---------------------- 14 Carlisle, J. L., West Palm Beach-----4061
Brinson, W. D., Baldwin --..............------------ 14 Carlton, L. F., Tampa --------------------- 367
Britt, R., Bunnell .--------------------------------------- Carradine, J. H., Lawtey -------------Broadbent, 0. P., Jacksonville --------- 7-3645 Carroll, C., Apopka---------------- 1430
Bronstein, E., Tampa ------------------------ Y-4713 Carter, A. C., Miami ------------ 3-2304
Brown, E. E., Tennessee --------------------------- Carter, D. E., Ft. Lauderdale --------119
Brown, E. F., Lake City ---------------------- 181 Carter, E. A., DeLand -------------13
Brown, F. L., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-2815 Carter, G. W., Caryville------------Brown, G. W., Brewster ----------------------- None Carter, J. H., Pensacola ---------- 164
Brown, H. 0., Clearwater --------------- 2673 Carter, L. A., Bunnell --------------------- 7




DOCTOS OF MEDICINE
I4m drs Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
T. Z., Jac onil .... 2Cowell,. ............ 7-2101 Cow.... E. H., Bradento ---- None
auseyi@~i @ i i@iii !ii~ii @ i@ T W ., La el n ----------- 34 -56 C r a E T O rl nd --------------- 6311.. .
r L, Oala ---.-........... 214 Creekmore, G. R., Brooksville....59-2 Rings
..S. E., Miami ----- .....- 2-1995 Creel, C. E.. Pahokee None
h. W., Avon P ................... .94 Cribbins, 0. H., Sarasota ....-.............. 2217
, .R., Daytona Beach .......... 832 Crockett, E. W., Macclenny ................... 50
J. C., Tampa ---------------------------2 471 Croft, T. G., Jacksonville --------5-0104
h W. A., Miami (Col.) ----- 2-1242 Cross, K., Inverness --------------------- None
J. R., Orlando ------------------------ 8811 Cross, W F., M iami ---------------------------- 2-0373
CH S., Center Hill ................... 4030 Crum, J. W., Tampa ...................... M-6764
i H, Orlando ------------------------------7411 Crump, J. E., Winter Haven 193 Red
L., Jacksonville --------3-0145 Culpepper, C. T., Perry ------------C W. C., New Smyrna -------- 63 Cunningham, L. W., Jacksonville ------ 5-2909
,D., Orlando ---------------------------- 3149 Currence, J. D., Ohio
.. R., Tampa ----------3433 Curtis, W. L, Georgia .............................
J. D., St. Cloud-------------------25 CushmanM.B.,.......... 56
D Ft. Pierce .......................... 66
CakS.A., Lakeland------------------- 33-071 D
nW.A., Miami.--,.-.---------..... None
S., West Palm Beach -----2-2615 Dailey, I. A., Micanopy ------------------- --------- 28
C. D., Miami ---------- 2-3355 D'Alemberte, C. W., Pensacola ....1523
r C. A., Daytona Beach -------1499 Dalton, B. W., Vernon -------------------- None
T. P., Coconut Grove ---N one Dame, G. A., Inverness -------------------------- 76
S E., W ellborn ----------------------- 386-12 D am e, L. H ., Georgia ---------------------------------------R L., Lakeland ------------------------ 33-071 Daniel, S. B., Jacksonville (Col.) ------ 5-2761
ES., Pensacola (Col.) -------- 2153-W Daniels, B. A., Tampa ---------------------- 2484
C E., Winter Park ----------105 Daniels, S. H., Orlando (Col.)--------- 7911
A. J., Bradenton ------------------------ 581 Darrow, A. A., Ft. Lauderdale --------- 689-J
J. A., Plant City ------------------ 518 Daves, F. E., Chattahoochee ------------------------ 6
S. R., DeLand (Col.) -------40 Davila' J. A., Orlando -.-----------....8821
*oe ,W. E., Chipley ---------------------- 70 Davis, C. L., Okeechobee ....................... 45
H J., St. Petersburg ------------------- 8121 Davis, G. A., DeLand .---------------------------------4
S. C., Tavares ---------------------------- 58 Davis, G. 0., M adison --------------------- -------.216
Cn, C.., Jacksonville ------------------ -0878 Davis, H. F., Miami -------------------------- None
lC. J., Orlando ----------------- 3140 Davis, J. A., Winter Garden --------------1 21
,l.T. H., Gaines ------------------------------ Davis, J. E., St. Petersburg ------------------- 5378
N., White Spri ------------.......... 94 Davis, J. McM., Bradenton ------------------- None
Cone .., Miami --------------------- 2-1760 Davis, J. B., Daytona Beach -------------------1 32
'o nR. C., Mount Dora --------.... 77 Davis, J. C., Jr., Quincy ---------------------- 81
A. B., Illinois -------------------------------- Davis, K. McC., Delray Beach--------21-W
A. E. Apalachicola ------------ 63 Davis, W. M., St. Petersburg ----- 5583
A. C., Brooksville -------------- 46 Dawkins, N. J., Vernon ------------------------ None
L., Tampa --------------------- H-3756 Dawson, G. M., West Palm Beach .... 8337
R. 0., West Palm Beach ........ 2-3313 Dawson, S. A., St. Petersburg -------- 8121
, H,, St. Petersburg --------- 46-175 Day, G., Jacksonville ---------------------- 5-5773
S. ., Jacksonville.....5-6477 Day, H. A., Orlando -------------------------------- 5112
i.....M,.. Miami--- ------------20635 Deal, C. C., Auburndale ------------------1 2 Green
A., Jacksonville -------- 5-1056 Dean, R. H., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0316
Crt J. H., jasper --------------------- 72 deAragon, A. E., Key West ------------------- 220
, ., Jr., Frostproof ------ 10-2K DeBoe, M. P., Miami ---------------------- 2-3842
,, T.pa -------------Y-1350 Dell, J. M., Gainesville ------------------------------- .79
..D., Ft. P ------------- Demko, F., Missouri ................--...--.................
,W, acksonvie....S -297 Denison, R. C., Lake Worth ------------------- 16
, ------------------------------.None Denton, J. T., Sanford -------. 271
JD., Eustis ..-... 20 DePass, M. H., Gainesville ------------------- 293
S.. gewater 1124 Derbyshire. E., Kissimee ----------189
,foarJ TTmp ............. H35 DeVane, W. G., Groveland........---------- 8




8 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone N.
DeVilbiss, L. A., Miami---------- 2-1995 Elliston, R. L., Illinois-Dewberry, W. C., Pensacola------------ 905 Elmore, W. T., GainesvilleDey, W. P., Nicaragua ------------------------------------ Ely, R. A., Tampa --------------Dickerson, G. L., Jacksonville------- 5-4490 Enneis, F. B., Jacksonville-------Dickerson, L. B., Clearwater ---------- 2237 Enzor, J. 0., Baker-----------59,4Ring
Dickerson, S. B.., Tampa-.,--------- M-54-204 Enzor, 0. 0., Crestview------------11
Dickerson, R. J., Tampa ---------------------------- 2271 Epling, B. D., Lake Wales
Dickinson, J. C., Tampa ------------------- M-1166 Erwin, S., Jacksonville .--------- 643
Dickinson, W. P., Lakeland ------..... 39-792 Esch, J. P., Daytona Beach---------- 26
Dicks, R. E., Dowling Park ------------------------ 1 Estes, E. S., St. Augustine ----------100
Dillard, T. H., DeLand --------------------------- 538 Etheredge, S. H., Tampa ----------339
Dixon, A. A., Pensacola (Col.) -------- 1819-J Eurit, F. B., Stuart .-----------------7
Dobrin, Max, Miami ------------------------- 2-1387
Doctor, W. R., Leesburg ------------ 52
Dodds, W. H.. St. Cloud ------------------------ 8520 Fahnestock, J. C., Palm Beach 2-3990
Dodson, M. W., Munson ---------------------------- 212 Farmer, C. H., Lakeland ---------- 37481
Dominguez, J. A., Tampa ---------- M-60-894 Farmer, M. H., Daytona Beach-----1209
Douglass, J. E., Tarpon Springs --------- 402 Farnell, C. M., Branford.-----------None.
Dowling, J. B.. Alliance ------------------------ None Farnell, P. C., Lake City ------------ No
Downs, A. S., Palm Beach ------------------- 5121 Farrior, J. B., Tampa --------------2256
Dozier, H. C., Ocala ------------------------------ 41 Farrior, L. B., Tampa -------- ------ 3433
Dozier, L. L., Tallahassee ------------------------ 511 Faver, H. M., Tampa --------------4512
Draper, A. D., Tampa ---------------------------- S-7103 Faver, R. M., Lake Geneva --------- None
Draughn, D. M., Moore Haven ---------- 45 Feaster, 0. 0., St. Petersburg-----6315
Drew, H. R., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0931 Fellows, J. H., Pensacola -------------------- 817
Driskell, S. E., jacksonville ---------- 5-1918 Fenn, H. T., Mt. Dora---------------94
Duffin, C. E., Georgia ------------------------------------ Ferguson, R. D., Ocala ------------447
Duke, R. R., Tampa -------------------------- 4142 Field, S. E., M ississippi .......-.-------Dunaway, C. E., Miami ------------------------ 3-2280 Field, T. S., Jacksonville.---------5-6542
Duncan, C. F., Jacksonville (Col.) .... 5-6486 Filbert, C. E., Tampa ---------------------- Y-$736
Duncan, W. P., Tampa ---------------------------- 3433 Fina, R., Tampa -------------------------------* 8
Dunn, J. C., Sebring -------------------------- None Finlay, D. H., Blountstown-----------Du Puis, J. G., Miami ------ Edgewater 1564 Fisher, L. C., Green Cove Springs ------1
Durkee, J. H., Jacksonville ----------------- 5-0252 Fisk, H. B., St. Petersburg --------6966
Dux, H. M., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-1029 Fleming, C. F., Bradenton ---------None
Dyer, J. H., Lake City -------------------------- 231 Fleming, 0. H., Crestview----------- 66
Dyer, W. H., Tampa ------------ ...------------ Y-1308 Fleming, S. W., West Palm Beach-7811
Dyess, C. T., Nalaca ---------- 1501-2 Rings Flipse, M. J., Miami --------------------2-2934
Dyett, J. H. R., W. Palm Beach(Col.) 2-3511 Floyd, G. M., Hawthorn ------------12-j
Dykes, C., Carrabelle -------------------------- None Floyd, H. G., Palatka (Col.). --... 293
Fluker, C. B., Tampa ----------------------- 3835
E Fogarty, J. N. Daytona Beach -----905
Earel, A. M., Illinois ------------------------------ Folmar, J. Q., Chattahoochee --------44
Early, C. S., Lakeland ------------------------ 31-071 Folsom, S. A., Orlando ------- -----314
Echard, T. B., St. Petersburg ------------ 4797 Foote, L. H. B., Tallahassee (CoQ. 281
Eckman, B. F., Coral Gables ---------- None Forbes, S. B., Tampa --------------- 4450
Edwards, G. H., Orlando ------------------------ 5113 Ford, E. W., Crescent City -------------6303
Edwards, G. R. L., W. Palm Beach (Col.) Ford, J. A., Orlando -------------- 5511
Edwards, W. E., Safety Harbor -..... 29-169 Ford, R. B., Miami (Co.) --------- 2-1513
Efird, L. J., Tampa ------------------------------- 3572 Forde, S. J. E., Green Cove Sprgs.(Col) 113
Eide, A. T., Haines City ----------------------- 86-J Forster, D., New Smyrna ....... _303
Eigle, E. G., Missouri ------------------------------ Fort, A. G., Georgia .........................--.
Elder, S. F., Miami -------------------------- 2-1858 Fort, F. L., Jacksonville ---------7-1237
Eldridge, M. W., Ponce de Leon ----- 1 Fossey, H. L., Wisconsin..............
Elgin, L. W., Miami ---------------------------- 3-2716 Foster, J. C., Tampa ------------ M-1497
Ellis, J. C., Perry --------------------- ---- 170-j Fourcher, K. R., Georgia ----------Ellis, W. H., Miami -------------------------- 2-5043 Foxworthy, F. W., Miami 5-2775
Elliston, L. B., Illinois ----------------------------------- Foy, E. T., Tampa ---------------- None




DOCTOS OF MEDlICINE
4m ddress Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
ranli .,Cocout Gove--Bayv'w 234 Green, G. M., Daytona Bec ------ 1155-j
raer .,PnaaCiy -----------372 Green, 0. F., Mayo --------------------------- 2
razier, S. M., Miami (Co ..... -------2-1404 Greene, L. A., Indiana.... ---------------------------reeanA.H., O~cala------------- 76 Green Greene, R. J., Perry ------------------------ 199
reeanG.C., Lakeland ------------- 36-691 Greene, R. N., Jacksonville ---------- 7-2183
freeanM.,Perrine ---~------------------- 3 Griffin, H. W., Sarasota ---------------- None
W.G., Ft. Lauderdale ----None Griffin, J. B., Mexico -------------------ench E.D., MiamiL------------------ 2-4656 Griffin, J. D., Lakeland --------------29-071
E St. Petersburg-------- 5562 Griffin, L. S., Jacksonville ------------- 5-1018
.C., Hilliard--------------- None Griffin, T. R., St. Petersburg .---------- 5541
ST., Broksville ----------258 Griffith, D. H., Georgia .......-................---......
Fur h, R D, Jacksonville ----- 5-0878 Grimal, A. S., Tampa .............----------- Y- 183
GGrimes, D. H.. So. Miami -Evergreen 784-j ..M., St. Petersburg.----- 4578 Groesbeck, F. B., Daytona Beach- 798
Wilson, St. Petersburg 7154 Grossman, F. A., Vero Beach............--------45
Wort, S. Petersburg-746 Groves, W. H., Clearwater ------------------- 2049
L, Century ----------- 26-2 Guerra, J. J., Tampa ------------------------ M-56-043
n J. G., Quincy ------------------------------- 146 Guild, W. A., St. Petersburg -------- 85-466
S., Tasmpa ...-------------S-5164 Gunter, T. D., West Palm Beach ------- 4537
C, Key West -------------19 Guy, W. B., St. Augustine--------865-j
J. E., Jacksonville------ 5-7864 Gwinn, V. H., Jacksonville --------7-4315
, S Tampa ----------H-3513 Gwynn, H. W., Orlando -------------------- 5911
, F., Winter rk-------- 234 Gyland, S. P., Tampa ---------------------------2329
0. W., Greensboro S------- None
Garner, J.BE., Wauchula ------------------------ None H
SBradenton ----------- 33-621 Haggard, W. A., Miami ------------------------ 25040
l, ,Fairfield --------------None Haisfield, A. R., Pensacola ------------------- 2848
GavnC.A.~, New Port Richey ----39 Blue Hall, E. J., Miami ------------------------ 24626
Ge~igeH S., Kissimmee ---------------- 297 Hall, F. M., Tallahassee ---------------- None
,('ege V P., Daytona Beach ------------- 60 Hall, J. E., West Palm~ Beach --------- None
* r W., West Palm Beach 7918 Hall, T. B., Miami Beach ..........------- 5-3735
G. B., West Palm Beach.. 2-0785 Halton, Jack, Sarasota------- -----2055
GelahH. P., West Palm Beach -----None Halton, Joseph, Sarasota ----------------- 2135
S. P., Newberry----- --- None Hamner, G. P., Penney Farms --------27
M., Miami -------------2-2708 Hampton, H. S., Tampa -------------------- 2550
l M., Tampa--------S-3103 Hampton, W. H., Lakeland (Col)- 38-571
SL., Illinois --------------------- Hamrick, B. F., Madison -----------------------179
rE S., Tampa 3 e-------------4755 Hamrick, B. W., Lee -------------------------------- 6040
G R., Tampa -------------3973 Hancock, W. S., Jr., Brooksville None
Glaza 1 L W., DeLand------------------- 279 Hankins, I. S., Orlando (Col.) ---------- 6327
G B., Monticello --------------------- 65 Hankins, J. N., Milton ------------------------- 44
R. F., Quincy -------------173 Hanna, F. H., Miami ----------------------------2 -3217
J ., Jacksonville -------5-1755 Hannum, M. M., Eustis -------------------------------- 41
GJ. H, Jacksonville -----5-1671 Hanson, H., Jacksonville ------------------ 7-2230
G n M., Tampa ----------------- S-1742 Hardee, E. B., Vero Beach ------------------- 74-J
GF., St. Augustine (Col.) 1276 Hardenbergh, J. A. St. Petersburg .......66-522
Goolinoi B. Jacksonville ---------- 5-2424 Hardie, G. C., Ft. Pierce ---------------------------- 61
G A., Alachua -------------------.. 55 Hardman, W. W., Georgia --------------------------------'oo W M., Miami ------------------------ 2-5525 Hardy, G. E. W., Jr., Tampa ......N--------3722
A., Miami ----------------------- 3-2171 Hargrove, J. L., Bartow ---------------------- 296
A., Mtiami- ----------- 2-0291 Harkness, R. B., Lake City ----------88
S.., Ft. Myers-----82 & 563 Harper, C. W., Chipley -------------199
n J. M., Tampa --........------ H-1828 Harper, J. A., Crawfordville ----------------- I
G r ..tucky 5---------------- Harrell, D. E., Jacksonville ------..... 5-0464
eyJ RMa--- --------------- 2-0241 Harrell, G. L., Vero Beach ---------------------- 32
Gra L. -------------------- Harrell, L. H., Plant City ----------------------- 475
ay, C. ... -- ..-----------------None Harris, D. W., Miami --------------- 22
..... F D. .................... 314 Harris, E., M arianna ----------------------------.None
L: -.-.-- .... :-0 aknes, R B. Lae Ciy .................. 8




10 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address, Phone N
Harris, H. H., Jacksonville --------- 5-4638 Holly, A. P. B., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 4626'
Harris, J. H., Wimauma ......--------- RK-130 Holmes, A. G. H., Miami---- .
Harris, R. M., Miami ------------.... 2-0795 Holmes, R. J., Miami--------Harris, WV. G., Jacksonville --------- 5-0785 Holton, W. JI., Plant City -------------38&
Harrison, M. M., Palmetto --------- 22-661 Hooper, C. A., St. Petersburg------83-60
Harrison, W. A., Ft. Myers ------------------- 355 Hooten, W. A., Laurel Hill---------Noe
Hart, 0. J., Tampa --------------------------------4 6-534 Hopkins, C. D., Tampa-------- -29-202
Hartley, J. M., Hollywood ---------------- 214 Hopkins, W. B., Tampa --------M-1389
Hartman, J. H., Jacksonville------- 7-1642 Horne, H. F., Jacksonville -\-5-0846
Haseltine, B., St. Petersburg --------- None Horton, W., Winter Haven ..----------386
Haskell, L. G., Gainesville --------------------- None Hosey, J. T., Palatka.-.- 313-j
Hassell, C. S., Miami ------- 3-2718 & 3-3009 Hotard, R. F., Winter Park 6
Hatch, E. B., Miami --------------------------- 2-3421 Hotchkiss, W. T., Miami Beach 5-2251
Hawkins, J. R., Miami ------------------------ 2-6492 Howard, R. E., Ft. Lauderdale 358-W
Hay, I. M., Melbourne ---------------------------- 120 Howe, R. (Raymond), Daytona Beach-.42&,
Hayward, J. C., Utah ----------------------------------- Howe, R. (Roy), Daytona Beach 204
Breath, G. W., West Palm Beach ... 2-3995 Hubbard, J. C., Oklahoma...........
Heath, H. 0., Milton -------------------------- None Hubbard, R. C., Tampa --------------- 3312
Heck, M. E., DeLand --------------------- None Hudgens, T. H., Sneads -------------Heggie, N. McL.. Jacksonville --------- 5-0118 Hudson, A. T., St. Petersburg.64-012
Heibner, E. A., St. Petersburg ------- 7954 Hudson, P. J., Crystal River -------Heinberg, C. J., Pensacola ----------------------- 611 Huggins, E. L., Freeport------214-LlS
Heitz, A. W., Sanford ---------------------------- 531-W Hughes, N. A., Georgia --------------Heitz, J. J., Orlando -------------------------- 5377 Hughes, R. L., Bartow -------------------.499
Helms, J. S., Tampa -------------------------- 4901 Hughes, R. S., Ocala (Cot.) ----------97
Helms, J. S., Jr., Tampa ------------------------4 901 Hughes, T. W., Georgia ---------------------Henderson, R. P., Tampa ------------------------ 4755 Hughlett, W. S., Cocoa ------------------- None
Hendricks, E. M., Ft. Lauderdale ------- 59 Humphreys, D. G., Fernandina------92
Hendrickson, F. C., Ohio ---------------------------- Humphreys, D. G., Jr., Jacksonville-7-2101
Henry, C. E., Minnesota ---------------------------- Humphries, H. H., Jacksonville- -7-322
Henry, H.: W., New Smyrna ------------------- 275 Hunter, A. P., Ft. Myers ..... 133 & 7
Herlong, M. B., Jacksonville --------- 5-1109 Hunter, I. H., New Smyrna.--.....Herman, F. P., West Palm Beach ------ 5535 Hutchinson, C. E., Pensacola-... 4
Herpel, F. K., West Palm Beach ........ 7019 Hutson, T. W., Miami -------------------- 2-5665
Herring, J. A., St. Petersburg ------ 8121 Hutton, J. C. F., Miami Beach 5-2630
Hicks, I. K., Melbourne ------------------------ 56
Higgins, A. F., Tampa ------------------------ H-1064 I
Highsmith, G. F., Arcadia ............---------- 463 Ickstadt, A., Jr., California --------------Hill, J. A., New Jersey --------------------------------- Ilderton, J. A., Vermont ............. -----Hills, J. S., Daytona Beach (Col.) ------ 76 Ingram, L. C., Orlando ----------------- 4411
Hixon, F. P., Pensacola ---------------------------- 905 Inman, J. C., Jr., Chattahoochee-----85
Hodges, G. S., Marianna ---------------------------- 85 Ira, G. H., Jacksonville ----------5-0878
Hodges, J. H., Gainesville ----------------------- 70 Irons, F. E., Winter Haven --------14 Black
Hodges, J. C., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 2-3511 Irwin, J. M., St. Augustine -----------0
Hodges, J. W., Washington, D. C --- None Ives, W. MacK., Lake City .....-317-W
Hodsdon, B. F., Miami ----------.---------- 2-3378 Izlar, A. L., Clermont ----------------------------17
H o d s d o n L A ., M ia m i ------------------ - - - 2 3 3 7 8 .
Hoffman, J. M., Pensacola -.........--------- 1589-J J
Hoffmann, C. D., Orlando ------------------------ 8311 Jackson, A. J., Eustis (Cot.)-Holden, G. R., Jacksonville ---------- 7-3064 Jackson, T. F., Dade City ------------ 78
Holland, H. G., Leesburg ---------------------- 335 James. H. W., Jacksonville (Col.)---5-0599
Holland, R. N., Starke ------------None Jansenius, A. J. H., St. Andrew None
Holley, J. C., Milton ----------------47 Jaudon, E. K., Miami ... -------------2-0432
Holley, J. F., Alabama -------------------------------- Jared, V. M., West Palm Beach-----4092
Hollingsworth, S. G., Bradenton ------ 3-1171 Jefferson, R., Tampa- ---------------2875
Holloway, C. W., Loughman ----------------------- 1 Jefferson, T. L., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 8269
Holloway, E. W., Tampa ------------------- Y-1204 Jeffrey, S. L., Coconut Grove-.Bayview 241
Holloway, L. W., Jacksonville --------- 5-1312 Jelks, E., Jacksonville ------------- 7-2101




Bueuof Vital~ Staisic
DOCORS OF MEDICINE
NaeAddress Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
... ,Ge r .... K rsch ........ .., M D., M iami ------------- 2-2708
"Jenins, LM, Mim ---------------2-13 53 Kitchens, F. E., Coral Gables- .Evergr'n 430
ji~~nkins, P. K., Miami Bea~~~~~ch ------5-1459 Kleiser, A. H,Olno---------------95
Jennngs C.L.,Jacsonville.------7-1909 Klock, G. A., Daytona Beach ..-----------25
'JenigsF.S., S.Petersburg ---- 52-5 13 Klussman, H. A., Ft. Lauderdale ----None
,jnsn H .,Tmp -------------- S-5185 Klussman, R. M., Ft. Lauderdale-----.....326
jinraV. K., Miami------------------- 2-6057 Knauf, A. R., Tampa---------------------- 2477
JohnonA. J., Pensacola ------------- 2388-j Knauer, W. J., Jacksonville--------- 5-0118
johnonG. W. P., Tampa (Col.) -----3608 Knight, A. C., Jacksonville ------------- 5-1912
Johnsn, H D., Daytona Beach-------- 663 Knight, J. C., Plant City ---------------- 516
Johso, J. L., New Smyrna-------- None Knowlton, R. H., St. Petersburg---6921
,Jhno, S. E., Tampa (Col.) ---------- 3986 Knox, A. W., Sanford---------------------- 796
Johno, C. W., Jacksonville-------- 5-4330 Koger, E. B., Miami -----------------2-55 11
JohstnH., Orlando -------------------- 3621 Koon, A. C., Lakeland ---------------- 3-9844
J ohtn J. A., Ft. Lauderdale-------- 181 Krueger, F. W., Jacksonville-------- 5-0878
Jonton, J. K., Tallahassee ------------- 74 Kumm, F. F., St. Petersburg-------- None
JoeA. B., Jr., Tampa ---------------- 3678 L
JoesB. M., Miami---------------------- 2-6620G. fte .SGl amok--------Jns, F. C., Jacksonville -----------5-4266 Laffte, ., ulfhu Harigmock---------18
JoesU. Q., Ft. Myers------------------- 84 LkETSup rSrig -----S18
Joes L.., Daytona Beach ------------- 1145_j Lamb, L. L., Parish---------------------- None
JonsN. H., Ocala (Col.)---------------- 79 Lamb, R. J., South Jacksonville ---3-4674
.JoesT. A., Holopaw ----------------- 0630 Lambdin, L., St. Petersburg ------------- 4578
.JoesT. C., Cross City---------------------- 4 Lancaster, B., Manatee ---------------- 3-9101
JonsW. C., Jr., Miami -----------2-1346 Lan~caster, W. J.., Tampa -----------H-1078
JonsW. W., Georgia --------------------------- Lancaster, W. L., Cross City -----------59
JoranW. B., Homestead ------------- None Lane, R. Y., Orange Park.------------Jonr, 0. A., Plant City (Col.)-------- 8627 Lane, W. K., Ocala ---------------- 727 Blue
JutieR. L., Haines City --------------52 Langley, W. T., Sanford --------------139
K ~~~~Lanier, W. T., Miami------------------- 2-4446
~.E, KLamner, L. G., Tampa ---------------- H-1765
. 'aufmn, .,Clearwater ------------- 2052 Larrabee, C. W.,Bradenton--.2-3161 & 3-7291
Katn, M. C., Wauchula ---------------- 65-M Lassiter, W., Gainesville ------- 474 & 473
Kele.,F. L., Miami ----------------2-3404 Lassman, G. A., Tampa ----------- 2317
KeeyJ., Miami------------------------- 2-345o Lawrence, E. J.,Winter G'd'n.. H06 & _21_3 Red
Keoe 'H. C., Ft. Myers------------------- 488 Lawson, B. Hf., Winter Garden-------- 69
Keisig, F. C2., Jacksonille --------- 5-5228 Leach, M. A., Wisconsin--------------------'Km, A. J., Miami---------------------- 2-5609 Leavitt, H. A., Miami------------------- 2-3533
Kep, M. T., Sopchoppy ---------------- None Le Breton, P., New York ------------- None
Kep TI. J., Missouri --------------------------- Lee, W. J., Panama City----------........2503
Knston, T. C., South Dakota -------------- Leff ers, R., Sr., Lakeland -----------2-2461
.Knrck, 0. G., Tallahassee ------------- 452 Leffingwell, J. B., Bradenton ------- 3-2832
iiena, A. L., Hbilliard---------------------- 56 Lefholz, R., Coral Gables ------------- 3-2278
:enedy, R. L., Malone---------------------- 1 Leith, R. B., St. Petersburg ------------- 8121
Knndy, T. S., Ft. Lauderdale-------- None Lennard, 0. D., Georgia--------------------o C. L., Miami------------------- 2-3601 Lentjes, F., Tampa---------------------- H-1313
wA iai(ol)----25 Lester, J. G., Lakeland------------------- 4611
. eyF. P., Gren Cove Springs---------- ey L., Tampa -------------------H-29-151
Kilingr, R. R. Jacksonville-------- 5-0878 Lewis, G., West Palm Beach--------- 7241
.,KmeR. R., Orlando------------------- None Lewis, P. M., Orlando------------------- 7711
.KnG. R. S., Lak~e Butler --------------36
L P.&reife--- 15& Lewis; T., Miami ----------------------2-3337
Xing B. ., Gaienville------------- 1 & 27 Light, S. D., W ., M iami ---------------- 2 6324
Ki g T ., Gain s il _------_-- ----- z2 L im baugh, L M ., Jacksonville-----....5-0589
K e t........ .-- ...--...----... i Lindner, E. G., Ocala --_---------- 41 & 206
Kirb, W L. Mimi------------------- 2-3634 Lindsley, H., St. Augustine ---------------10
r ith, J. L. Jacksonvil f)* ~7 ; 5-0712 Lin dsey, S. A., Ft. Meade-----69 & 90
,"Kirk, W. W, Jc.) .... -0282 Lingemn, R. B., Ft. Lauderdale ........ 02-j
"Kirpa k C. H A a... ............. 32 & 28 Lingo, M. J., Okeechobee ............ 129 & 2184




12 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone N
Lingo, W. B., St. Petersburg------83-512 Mcver, R. B., Jacksonville-----5-0 3
Lischkoff, M. A., Pensacola ------------------ 611 McKenzie, A. C., Jacksonville------504
Lisk, P. F., Ft. McCoy-----------------------------McKenzie, J. S., Miami--Edgewater 102
Lithgow, W. D., Miami---------- 2-5485 McKenzie, 0. G., MiamiEdgew't'r 1013
Litterer, A. B., Miami --------------------------- 24656 McKibben, W. W., Miami---------2-67
Livingston, S. P., Jacksonville (Col.) 5-4826 McKinley, F. J., California ---------Lochner, G. M., St. Petersburg --------- 7168 McKinnon, D. A., Marianna --------14.
Lodor, C. H., Eustis -----------------------------------1 15 McKnight, G. S., Haines City-,--.2 & 150 M
Logan, C. E., Ozona -------------- None McLaury, E., Hollywood---Holyw'd 331W
Long, E., Madison ------------------------ 158 & 93 McLaws, R. B., Tampa ---------Y-3176
Long, J. A., Jr., Palatka (Col.) ... 106 & 737 McLeod, J. E., Cypress -------------Longbrake, G. A., Ft. Myers ------------------- 460 McLeod, N. W., Aucilla ---------5-9150
Lott, Y. C., Miami ---------------------- 2-8364 McLeod, R. F., Madison-----207 & 220
Lougee, A. J., St. Petersburg --------- None McLeod, T., Lacoochee -----------None
Love, C. W., Lakeland -------------------------------- McMichael, J. C., Windermere -----Non
Love, J. D., Jacksonville -------------------------- McMurray, E. R., Bartow ----------427
Lowe, E. C., Miami -------------------------- 2-3712 McMurray, H. E., Tampa --------H-1 103
Lowrie, T. L., Miami (Col.) --------- 2-5686 McQueen, A. B., St. Petersburg-Non
Lowry, B. W., Tampa ---------------_----------- 2830 McRae, E. H., Tampa ----------- 2832
Lowry, C. F., Ponce de Leon ------------------- 21 McSwain, D. L., Arcadia-----352 & 27-99
Lowry, C. S., Miami ---------------------------- 2-4929 McSween, J. C., Jr., DeFuniak Springs-.212
L o w r y J B N i c h o l s - - - - - - - - - - ---- - - - - - - 4 M
Lowry, R. A., Brooksville ------------------------ 29
Lowry, R. S., Ft. Lauderdale ------------------- 153 MacAvelia, M. T., Georgia------------Luke, J. J., Ellenton -------------------------- None MacCordy, E. C., St. Petersburg-----6735
Luke, J. M. J., Miami ---------------------- 2-3337 MacDonell, G. N., Miami--Evergreen 441-j
Lust, B., Tangerine ------------------------------ 3303 Mack, C. C., Quincy .----------174 & 242
Lustgarten, A., Miami ---------------------- 3-3941 Maechtle, E. W., Tampa ------... H-41-981
Lustig, E,, St. Petersburg ------------------- 56-763 Maguire, T. C., Plant City ----------523
Lyell, R.-'O., Miami -------------------------- 2-4353 Main, D. C., Pomona .......-.-------------- 1
Lyles, A. M., St. Augustine (Col.) ------ 1346 Maines, J. E., Lake Butler.... ....A6
Lyncker, N., Jacksonville .................... 5-4915 Maines, J. E., Jr., Gainesville ---------- 9
Mc Mallory, M., Orlando ---------------- 5112
McBride, T. E., Apopka --------- 9020 & 9030 Maloney, R. L., Tennessee...........
McCaffrey, C. F., Massachusetts -_---_----------- Maner, G. R., Tampa -------------------- 5-7145
McCall, F. W., Miami- ....... Edgewater 1215 Manhoff, B., Jacksonville ..4................ 552
McCallister, A., Tarpon Springs --------- 8153 Mann, J. M., Lake Butler --------_- 66
McCartney, J. N., Miami ------------------- 2-3005 Manning, W. S., Jacksonville-----5-0215
McClane, F. E., St. Petersburg --------- 6774 Manson, P. J., Miami -------E-- Edgewater 1022
McClane, J. W., St. Petersburg --------- 6774 Marney, C. R., Tampa ------------------- H-1637
McCleary, J. R., Ohio ------------------------------------ Marr, N. M., St. Petersburg --------- 7943
McClellan, G. S., Pompano ---------------------- 7 Marsh,, L. J., Miami --------- ------------2-6272
McClellan, P. T., Vero Beach --------- 276 W Marshall, C. J., Orlando --------- ......... 7511
McClure, H. A., Chipley -------- ------.26 & 126 Marshall, L. R., Miami --------------- Nn..e
McConnell,W.C.,St.Pete..8121-P8126&40547 Marshburn, C. B., Lake Butler-----84
McCoy, T. S., Bradenton ------------------- 3-4621 Marshburn, E. R., Marianna .129 & 234
McDermid, H. C., Okeechobee ------------------- 45 Martin, B. J., Miami-----Edgewater 1022
McDuffee, T. M., Manatee..3-313I & 3-6751 Martin, D. D., Tampa ----------H-3756
McEachern, J. R., Tampa ...........----------- 2934 Martin, E. E., Haines City-----72 & 117
McElroy, S., Orlando -------------------------- 3011 Martin, I. E., Oklawaha ............ None
McEuen, H. B., Jacksonville ----- 5-1101 Martin, J. W., Oviedo -----------18 R 2
McEwan, J. S., Orlando ---------------------_ 5112 Martin, L. W., Georgia -----------------McFeeters, R. B., Dowling Park --------- 1 Martin, P. H., Jacksonville--------5-4296
McGeachy, J. S., Lynn Haven --------- 9103 Martinson, M. M., Tampa --------None
McGinnis, R. H., Jacksonville --------- 7-1464 Martorell, A., Tampa ----------- Y-1276
McGregor, G. G., Dade City ---------- None Mas, J. A., Tampa ..---------------None
McGriff, W. F., Niceville -----... 44-132L Mason, J. F., Bradenton--2-7671 & 3-21
McGunagle, J. E., Miami --------- 2-3088 Massenburg, G. Y., Georgia -----------




DOCTORS OFEDICINE
,,Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
Mse Winc 3--- & 160 Moore, A., Kendall ------------------------- None
.M tw W Mtwn-No Conn. Moore, J. N, Ocala ---------------275
E B., Miami-------- 2-4652 Moore, T. G., Osceola .......-.---------12 R 3
L. H., Ft. Lauderdale-----119 Mooty, R. H., Winter Haven- ..... 91 Black
,R Jacksonvill.......------- 5-0976 Morgan, T. E., Jacksonville --------- 5-1312
f HI, Lakeland ------------------- 3-8071 Morgan, W. E,. Tarpon Springs --------- 210
* D,, Miami (Col.) -------- 338 orrs, P., DeFuniak Springs.- one
G S., Jacksonville -------- 5-6271 Morris, S. A., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0217
SA., Jr. Dunedin---------2-9554 Morrison, C. C., Jr., Palm Beach ---- 5175
W. B., Miami ------------------------- 2-0373 Morrison, H. K., Leesburg ---------------- 333
D. G., Tampa -------------- H-1078 Morton, A. 0., Sarasota --------------- 2217
M, E. J., St, Petersburg.--------62-020 Moses, H., Georgia ---------------------------------------t, H. McC., Tennessee ------------------- Mudge, W. H., Port Tampa City- ....----None
M e h H. M., Kentucky -----------------------M unson, A. S., DeLand ---------------------- 73
flQ, D., Tampa.------------------ M-63-173 Murphy, C. H., Bartow ----------- 614
M i, C. G., Ft. Myers ----------- None Murphy, H. K., Mulberry ----------------------------1
ril C. M, Palm Beach .--------None Murphy, R. D., St. Petersburg --------- 7564
yday, H. L., Daytona Beach --------- 301 Murray, F. A., Lake City (Col.) --------- 37-J
zger, F. C., Sarasota ------------------------ 2353 Murrow, J. S., Apalachicola ----------...... 91
lebrooks, V.., St. Petersburg .. 42-178 Myers, H. C., West Virginia. --------------------Middleton, W. E., Starke.------- 67 & 30 Myers, N. P., Kenansville .... No Connections
ell, N. E., Clearwater ---------------2 052 Myers, W. A., Tampa -------------------------- H-1067
s W. G., Chattahoochee ----------85 Myers, W. C., Tampa ----------- 3204
Miler, A. H., Wewahitchka .....---.......... Nne Myres, M. J., Daytona Beach ------------------- 15
iA. R., West Palm Beach------- 5629 N
,B. E., New Smyrna ------------------------ 201
F. D., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0880 Nelken, B. E., Tampa--------------------------- S-5185
MilerG. E., St. Petersburg ------------- 8121 Nelson, R. G., Tampa---------------------- 3015
G. C., Chipley ---------------17 Nettles, R., Clearwater ------------------------------ 2339
l J. F., Inverness -----------None Netto, L. J., West Palm Beach --------- 6328
J. P., Jacksonville (Col.)- 5-2984 Newell, C. E., Miami ------------------- 2-0872
i R. L., Alabama ----------------- Newman, H. P., Bartow --------------- 427
Miller, R. L., Daytona Beach --------- Newnham, J. A., Stuart ------------------------ 86
R. L., Daytona Bseach..----1145 -W '""".....
er, R. L., Graceville -------------2 Newton, S. B., Palm Beach ------------------- 4561
S. D., South Jacksonville-----------Newton, R. D., Ft. Myers ------------------------ 275
W S, Palata---------o Niblack, J. L., Lake City -------- .....---------- 41-W
... St, Pete g --------6 5 Nichol, E. S., Miami -------------------------- 2-2934
D A., AAS zona--rsbug---------------- 5 Nichols, W. S., Lake City -------------------------97
Mills, D. ., Ariona.--------------- 3538- Nickle; M. A., Clearwater ------------------------ 2403
Miton, D. G., Tamipa ---------------- Y- 1282 Nixon, J. M., Panama City --------------- 1.87
M it, J. D., Miami.--- -------- 2-46.31 Nobles, R. G., Pensacola ----------- 999
P. E., Tampa ------------Y461 Nobles, W. D., Pensacola ---------------------------- 69
t'Mir,+Pes, M. S. y, Tampa ----------None Nolan, T. L., Georgia ----------------M C. M San rd -----------374 Norris, J. A., Jr., Alabama ---------------- 3 -5
M cl G. M., Jacksonville ----- 5-6342 Norris, S. R., Jacksonville ---------------- 7356
UI LJ~snv~----~96 Norton, G. P., Tampa (Col) -------None
MW Sebring -----------180 Norwood, J. K., Jacksonville --------5- 1
Ml, L. B., Tampa----------- 3664 Nowling, J. C., Ft. Myers ---------------- None
SW. E., Coleman --------0630 Nutter, W. L., Lake Worth None
a iit ,E. C., Ocla (Col.) 549 0
1.A., Pensacola------------------- 1134
A. E + P ............. O'Bannon, A., DeLeon Springs-.-...-None
Mock, A.E., Jnacola -- -------- 21 OBrien, R. K., St. Petersburg -------- 5911
4 W., P:rsbu---7962 O'Cain, W. M., jasper -.-- .....--- ..----------- 2230
, A. L, M m -----------2-5866 Odeneal, T. H., Massachusetts
M M., Ta.mpa. .----------3657 ertel, H. B., Orlando -- .... ...... 5417
,MoonW.lRiver --------17 eten, G. F., Jacksonville.....------------5-0367
SF-85 Oglesby,. C. R., Tampashores -----None




14 Florida- State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone N
Oglesby, J. McG., Bartow---------- 481 Peyton, H. A., Jacksonville----- 71
O'Hara, A. M., Cypress..---..------------- 1 Phillips, J. C., Jacksonville----O'Hara, F. S., Illinois --------------------------------------- Phillips, K., Miami-----Edgewater 5
Oppenheimer, L. S., Tampa- ......--------- 2215 Phillips, L. C., Pensacola
Oppenheimer, R. H., Georgia ------------------ Philpot, J. M., Bowling Green
O'Quinn, C. A., Venice---------- None Pierce, J. L., Jacksonville -------- 21
O'Quinn, L. H., Hialeah- .... Seminole 212 Pierpont, J. H., Pensacola ---Orr, L. McD., Jr., Orlando ------------------- 8315 Pines, J. A., Orlando -.
Ortega, R., Tampa ..... ----..................--Y-1360 Pintado, N. C., Key West-------Osenbach, W., Orlando --------------------- 5311 Pittman, J. L., Jr., Georgia---------Osgood, G. E., St. Petersburg --------- None Pollock, B., Miami Beach--------5-131(
Osincup, G. S., Orlando ------------------------ 6530 Pollock, W. A. J., Jr., Pensacola-----24
Oughterson, W. A., West Palm Beach.6024 Pomeroy, W. L., Georgia-----------Overstreet, G. C., Lakeland --------- 3-4571 Pond, E. M., Miami------Evergreen 45
Owens, J. H., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0878 Ponder, J. -M., St. Petersburg (Col.)----571,
PPorter, J. Y., Jr., Key West ........7
Portocarrero, N. A., Tampa------Y-136
Page, W. C., Cocoa ---------------------------------- 31 Post, W. G., Jr., St. Petersburg.....6914
Palmer, B. H., Miami ---------------------------- 2-3852 Potter, G. W., St. Augustine-----89Palmer, H. E., Tallahassee ------------------------ 71 Potthoff, E. W., Titusville----------.
Palmer, H. G., St. Petersburg ......... None Poucher, A. A., Wauchula ---------- 3
Panettiere, C., Miami Beach ---------- 5-2772 Pound, J. H., Chattahoochee ........81
Paniello, S., Tampa ------------------------ Y-1183 Prather, B. T., St. Petersburg-----716
Papot, G. E., West Palm Beach --------- 5619 Preston, H. F., Melrose ............
Park, C. L., Sanford ------------------------------ 880 Price, J. M., Live Oak ----------- 1732
Parker, J. D., Stuart .................................. 6 Pridgen, C. L., Waldo.............3
Parkinson, W. N., St. Augustine ...... None Prince, 0. A., Sanford (Col.)....327Parks, W. B., Starke .............................. 72 Prine, J. L., Day------------- ----Parramore, J. B., Jacksonville ....... 5-2083 Proctor, H. L., Jacksonville ------5673
Pasco, J. D., Jacksonville ................... 7-3064 Puffer, M. L., Clewiston ----------- .on
Pate, J. C., Tampa .......................... M-1442 Puleston, F., Daytona Beach
Patterson, J. C., Sarasota ....................... 2244 Puleston, S., Sanford ------------------- 6
Patterson, J. P., Jacksonville (Col.) 3-0045 Putnam, H. L., St. Petersburg.. .66-06
Patterson, W., Tampa ........................ M-1389 Pyatt, W. S., Bowling Green... .3
Patterson, W. A., Jacksonville (Col.) 3-0045
P a u l, L H ., B o n ifa y ------------------------------ 3 0 Q
Paulk, G. A., Miami ...................... 3-2461 Quasser, A. B., Ohio ..................... ..
Pay, W. C., DeLand .................................... 373 Quicksall, W. E., St. Petersburg 677
Payne, J. W., Miami ........................... 2-2315 Quillian, W., Coral Gables .... Evergreen 1
Payne, W. C., Pensacola ............................ 910 Quina, M. E., Pensacola ........... .43
Payton, F. J., Miami Beach ............ 5-1378
Pearce, C. C., Mulberry ---------------------- 17 R
Pearson, H. C., Georgia ................................ Raap, G., Miami ............. .... 2-636
Pearson, H. L., Jr., Miami .................... 3-2171 Raborn, J. D., St. Petersburg--------Pearson, N. T., Miami ............................ 2-5946 Ragsdale, V. H., Pierce ............. 6
Pearson, R. J., Miami .............. .... 2-6926 Ramsay, W. D., Noma..............
Pearson, R. J., Tampa ........................ S-4958 Randall, F. H., Useppa Island----No Con
Peavy, H. J., Ft. Lauderdale --------- 447 Randolph, J. H., Jacksonville -----5-466
Peek, E. G., Ocala ---------------------------------- 468 Rank, A. T., Ohio ............. ........
Peek, L. A., West Palm Beach ......... 2-3411 Rankin, G. C., Tampa -----------..... 42
Peel, G. T., Pensacola------------628 Rathbun, G. L., Illinois ..............
Peery, E. W., West Palm Beach --------- 9781 Rawlings, C. L., Indiana-- --------Pender, M. S., Sneads ---------------1 Rawlings, J. E., Daytona Beach-- .22
Peppers, G. S., Titusville ------------------------ 9189 Rector, L. T., Tampa------...... 291
Perkins, F. A., Massachusetts .................. Redding, J. L., Orlando .........681
Perkins, H,., Holopaw ---------------------------- 0640 Reed, F. A., Eustis .---------------1
Peters, E., Miami ............--...................... 2-3211 Reeder, B. B., Clarksville ......... ..72
Peterson, C. A., Jacksonville ....... 5-7170 Reeves, E. E., Jacksonville........Non




Bureau of Vital Statistics 15
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
ae Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
itngton, A. C., New Y Sawyer, W. B., Miami (Col.) -2-3348
Onhaw, F. G., Pensacola --------------120 Saxton, D. E., Tampa ----------------3206
Rntz, L. S.., Coconut Grove.- Bayview 203 Saxton, J. J., Tampa -----------------2753
,z, W. C., Miami --------------------- 2-0930 Sayad, W. Y., West Palm Beach- ....... 6276
R. E., Ft. Lauderdale -------- 119 Sayles, C. F., Miami Beach ---------- 2-6268
nolds, J. H., Live Oak---------------- 27520 Sayres, C. 0., Holly Hill ----------.... None
den, W., Chattahoochee ------------ 85 Sbordi, H. V., St. Petersburg ------- 50-174
des, B. M., Tallahassee -- ----------- 736 Scheffel, C., Michigan ...................................
ice, S. D., Gainesville -------------375 Schell, W. W., Jacksonville (Col.) .... 5-4218
yards, F., Jacksonville -------- 7-1424 Schnauss, W. R., Jacksonville -------- 5-3774
Riards, H. M., Lakeland --------- 3-0661 Schneider, D., Jacksonville ------------- 5-4536
hardson, G. W., Jacksonville -.... 5-0303 Schnell, F. E., Jacksonville ---------- 5-1796
ichardson, C., North Carolina ----------- Schubert, F. P., Miami Beach -------- None
chardson, J. R., Carbur ----------- 7711 Schultz, F. W., Sarasota ----------_----------- 2066
hardson, S. A., Jacksonville -------- 5-5400 Scott, S. R., Ocoee -------------------- 217 Blue
ey, 3. ., St. Petersburg --------_---- 6775 Scruggs, S. A., St. Augustine ------------------- 946
ers, 3. R., Sarasota (Col.) -------..... None Scurry, B. C., Cocoa (Col.) ------------------- 173-J
ers, T. M., Kissimmee- ----------148 Say, W. E., Jacksonville ------------------------ None
berts, E. H., Jacksonville ---------- None Seebold, J. L., LaBelle ------------------------ 20
oberts, N. F., Webster.---------- 3602 Seeds, J. B., Miami -----------2-0884
Roberts, T. H., Lakeland ------------2-3161 Seiler, M. M., Ft. Myers ------------------------ 527-R
inson, L. F., Ft. Lauderdale -------- 415 Sellers, E. A., Altha ------------------------------ 820
binson, S. M., Orlando ----------....... 7011 Sellers, E. T., Jacksonville -------------------5 -1056
bson, J. N., Sanford ------------------------- 293 Selman, G. S., Sanford ---------------------- 600
Re, C. F., Miami Beach ------...... 3-3735 Sengstak, E. P. E., Mandarin --------- None
gers, A. E., Lake City ----------------------- None Shackelford, W. L., W. Palm Beach..2-0445
ers, D. H., Jr., Haines City----. ------27 Shafer, W. W., Haines City --------------- 282
gers, M. J., Daytona Beach -------- 347-J Sharp, W. H. H., DeLand ----- 567-w
gers, W. W., Jacksonville --------- 5-4743 Shaver, E. F., Tampa ---------------------------- Y-1503
R s, C. D., Jacksonville ------ 7-1205 Shaw, E. C., Miami ---------------------- 3-2716
A. P., St. Petersburg ----- 6713 Shaw, J. H., Jacksonville (Col.) -.... 5-1680
e, L. E., Hollywood.-.--l---------- 19-J Shellhorse, W. F., Jacksonville-----5-6438
borough, D. Y., Palatka-------------508 Shelton, J. B., Dania -----------None
e, D., Sebastian ---------------------------------- 3 Sherman, W. E., Winter Haven -------- 67
Rse, 3. Titusville --------------------------- 29 Sherouse, G. W., Campville ---------------------- 2
oss, W. E., Jacksonville -------------- -0215 Shoemaker, S. A., Orlando.-, ---------....8713
ush, F. X., St. Petersburg ----- 6952 Sibert, A. V., West Palm Beach.------ 2-1681
we, A. L., Lake Worth --------....-None Silverman, H. Z., Miami Beach -.... 5-1316
Rw ett, W. M., Tampa ...... ----------------- 490 Simcox, L., St. Petersburg ------------------- 4350
ier, L. McK., West Palm Beach ---- 5991 Simmons, H. F., Pennsylvania .............--.
Rdolph, C. C., St. Petersburg --------- 6924 Simmons, J. A., Arcadia ------------------- 309
f, 3. F., Clearwater -------------------- 2058 Simmons, T. G., Auburndale ------ 52-2 Rings
sh, T. X., Ohio -------------------------------------------- Simonson, L. M., Winter Haven ----- None
sell, R. E., Tampa .----------- None Simpson, D. J., Lakeland (Col.)- ..... 3-2061
tter, 3. H., Daytona Beach --------..- 821 Simpson, H. L., Pensacola ----------------------- 95
kals, C. H., Grand Ridge ----------- 1 Simpson, J. K., Jacksonville -------- 5-6542
S Simpson, J. R., Miami ------------------- _2-0141
S Simpson, W. T., Winter Haven-.380 Black
kett, H. R., St. Petersburg ----------- 5753 Sinclair, J. A. B., M iami -------- 2-4530
Saly, S. M., Massachusetts -------------------- Sinclair, WV. E., Orlando------------------ 6711
Sa m 'l ..... P e n yl a i .................... O l nd ............... 6 !
,eAM.J.Pnyvi- -- Sisson, S. S., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-5776
Sample, 3. R., Haines City ---------------- 64 itukR.DadCty----------150
cez, B. H., Plant City---------- Sistrunk R. D, Dade Ct503
deron, R., Jacksonville-------3-0236 Skaggs, P. T., Miami ---------------------------- 2-5946
dusky, C. M., Jacksonville-----50557 Skiff, F. S., Ft. Lauderdale ------------------- 163
p, H. H., Havana.---------------- 8 Skipper, C. T., Jacksonville ----- 3-0943
Sa~en, 3. D., St. Petersburg --------None Skipworth, 3. L., Webster---_-------- None
,ders, 3. R., Chattahoochee --------85 Slaughter, T. K., XWildwood ------------26




16 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No
Smalley, J. G., Cottondale -----------None Stormont, R. M., Missouri ----- -- --Smith, A. W., Jacksonville (Col.)...--5-0414 Stovall, R. H. Ft. Lauderdale -Smith, B., Tampa-------------------------- 3207 -Strange, J. L., McIntosh--------------60
Smith, C. K., Miami ---------------------- 2-6889 Strickland, E. E., Citra ----------- Non
Smith, D. F., Esto --------------------------------------------1 Strickland. H. M., Live Oak --------278
Smith, D. T., Daytona Beach --------- 984-W Strickland, J. A., St. Petersburg-----38
Smith, D. T., Gainesville ------------------------5 66 Stringer, S., Tampa-- ....
Smith, H. D., Sanford ------------------------------- 840 Strode, R. C., Melbourne.-------Non
Smith, H. M., Tampa ------------------------ M-1034 Strong, S. B., Cuba- --..
Smith, J. A., Illinois ---------------------------------- Strong, S. M., New York........None
Smith, J. F., Miami Beach ------------------- 5-1510 Stuart, J. D., Coral Gables........2-03
Smith, J. H., Orlando ---------------------- 9674 Stuart, M. H., St. Petersburg.....5930
Smith, J. W., Miami ---------------------- 3-1298 Stutts, B. S., Dunnellon------------132
Smith, M. C., Michigan -------------------------------- Sullivan, R. R., Lakeland ---------3-557
Smith, P. G., Ohio --------------------------------------- Sullivay, R. L., Pensacola --------2770Smith, R. E., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-0015 Summerlin, J. L., Gainesville........827
Smith, S. F., Lakeland ----------------------- 3-6591 Summers, A. T., Miami ----------2-7317
Smith, W. H. Y., Tampa --------- H-24-014 Summitt, R. E., Orlando ........ None
Smithson, G. B., Wellborn ------------------- 3-8612 Sunday, E. J., Pensacola (Col)-----2109
Smoak, E., Tampa .............................. 4111 Swift, E. C., Jacksonville --------7-2101
S m y th B ., C le a rw a te r ---------------------- 2 2 0 3 T
S n o w H 0 T a m p a - - ---- - - - - - - - H 1 9 8 8 T
Snow, J. W., Alabama .----------------------Tam M L. Miami....e....2-4849
Snow, T. A., Gainesville -----------------------1045
Snyder, J. W., Miami -----------2-8211 Taylor, H. M., Jacksonville ----- 5-5400
Solomon, H. D., St. Petersburg ......... 6967 Taylor, J. E., DeLand.............411
Story, B. B., Jr., Lake Worth --------210 Taylor, T. W., Sarasota ----------2675
Spears, B. D., Zolfo Springs ................. Taylor, W. H., Daytona Beach.....293
Spell, J. C., Titusville ------------------------------------ 39 Teeter, E. H., Jacksonville -------_--141
Spencer, J. J., St. Augustine .................. 306 Thach, A. B., Tennessee...... ...
Spengler, N. L., Tampa --------.---- M-1459 Thames, J. G., Milton .......-- ..---- _4 R 5
Spiers, W. H., Orlando ---------------------- 7311 Thames, R., Milton .........-... 02
Spires, R. B., DeFuniak Springs --------- 297 Thomas, A. F., Titusville. -----------None
Spires, W. G., Darlington -------------------------- Thomas, E. C., Miami ------------------- 2-8674
Spooner, D. S., Pahokee ------------------------ None Thomas, K. C., Miami ------------------ 2-5354
Stafford, A. H., Orlando ------------------------ 4545 Thomas, M. D., Miami Beach-----None
Stafford, C. S., Tampa ------------------------ 2218 Thomas, R. Y. H., Jacksonville--5-1591.
Stanford, J. A., Ft. Lauderdale ---------- 123 Thomas, W. C., Gainesville ---------- -123
Stanton, G., Hastings ------------------------------ 27 Thomas, W. H., Jacksonville ----7-1601;
Starke, G. H., Sanford (Col.) --------- 231-J Thompson, D. C., Jacksonville------7-44
Starke, L. C., St. Augustine (Col.)...1303-J Thompson, F. E., Michigan..........
Stebbins, A. L., Georgia ----------------------------- Thompson, H. 0., Tampa -------- S-1583
Steely, J. A., Punta Gorda ----------------------- 46 Thompson, T. C., Jacksonville.....-5-1211
Steen, A. M., Palatka --------------------------------23 Thorne, J. I., Miami -----------21030
Stephens, H. A., Ponce de Leon -------- 19 Thorpe, E. D., DeFuniak Springs
Stephens, S. E., Laurel Hill ... 203-5 Rings Thorpe, F., Tampa .-------------H-1
Stetson, A. G. C., Lakeland --------- 3-0111 Threlkeld, M. E., Miami--------2-675
Stevens, H. J., Titusville -_------- -----None Tiller, 0. B., Chipley --------------- 3
Stevens, R. E., Sanford ---------------------- 700 Tillis, W. L., Lakeland ----------- 38171
Stevens, W. S., Quincy (Col.) ---------1--- 165 Tillman, G. C., Gainesville ----------31
Stewart, J. S., Jr., Miami -----------------_ 2-1022 Tinkler, B. R., Lake Wales---------- 14
Stimson, H., Illinois --------------------------------------- Tison, B. M., Tampa------------- 204
Stocking. J. T., Daytona Beach (Col) .... 205 Todd, DeV. 0., Pennsylvania.........
Stokes, T. H., Pensacola ---------------------------- 414 Tolar, J. N., Sanford---------------60
Stollenwerck, A. D., Jacksonville------ 5-0288 Tomlinson, J. P., Lake Wales--------Stone, A. L., Tampa --------------------------- M-1073 Tomlinson, J. P., Jr., Alabama --------Stone, G. S., Ft. Myers ---------------------- 317 Torbett, R. S., Tampa ------- 4
Stone, V. D., West Palm Beach --------- 4329 Torretta, J. N., Tampa ----------Y-117




Bureu o Vitl Satisics17
DOCTOS QF MEDICINE
,IaeAddrkess Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
7ouhtnW.C. Avon Pak-------3- Watt,, H. F., Ocala~ --------------------- 1
owein J. B., Hoestead ---------------------------- 24 Watters, W. H., Coconut Grove..B'yv'w 210
V,-y H,4 Umatilla- ---------------- 10403 Watts, P. E., South Jacksonvl11e5-4123-W
A., Tampa-----------Y-1191 Webb, C. C., Pensacola ------------------------- 402
T McK., New York-------None Webb, E. P., Crestview ---------------------------- 11$
, A., Winter Park ----- one Webb, R., West Palm Beach -------- 9536
T., Tampa.---------------------- 2865 Webb, R. L., Jacksonville -------------------- None
T., Tarpon Springs -.. 8195 Webb, W. D., St. Augustine ------------------ 862
C. E., Miami ------------------ 25525 Weed, W. A., Lakeland --------- ------------------ 2191
ie, S. Century ----- 2 Ring 4 Weekiey, A. S., Tampa ------------------------H -1078
SR. C., Ortega -------------. 2-1861 Weeks, L. R., Trenton ---------------------------- None
J. B., Bagdad..........------------- 118 Weeks, P. D., High Springs --------------------26
T, C., Miami------------------ 2-6686 Weems, H. V., Sebring ---------------------------- 164
J. W., Cedar Key ------------------- None Weiland, A. H., Coral Gables-- Evergr'n 670
S. L., Williston ---------------------- 86 Weis, E. W., DeLand -------------------------588-j
TV South Jacksonville ------ 5-5567 Welch, G. E., Palatka ---------------------------- 41
r C.M ., Eustis -------------------------------- 62 Welch, P. B., Coral Gables..Evergreen 190
J H., Archer ----------------------- None Wells, J. R., Daytona Beach ------------------- 10
.s W W., Perry ---------------------------- 40 Wells, W. E., Tampa ---------------- M-63-902
U Wells, W. M., Orlando (Col.)----------. 3511
ood., A W ., St. A ugustine ------- W est, C. 0 ., K ansas ......---................ .............
Uh, N. A., Jacksonville-----None West, H., DeLand ---------------------------------------- 279
V. D., Miami---------- --- Non West, J. W., Live Oak ---- ------- 4920
Westcott, W. E., Orlando ------------------------ 3141
V Westermann, J. T., Miami ......--------- 28622
iB., Dunedin --------------------------- None Wheatley, C. I., Winter Garden ----------- 14
ament, W. T., Ft. Lauderdale -- 110 Whidden, E. K., Pensacola ------------------- None
ren, W. H., Illinois ----------------------- Whiddon, L. L., Ft. Pierce -------------------171.
gelken, L. H., Ocala --------....... 290 Whisnant, B., Ft. Myers ---------------------------- 145
p, 0. B., North Carolina ------------------- Whitaker, C. D., Raiford ------------------------ 1820
dingham, W. E.,W.P.Beach.-5419 Whitaker, F. C., Bradenton ------------------- 24031
aick, H. D., Jacksonville. .... 5-2622 Whitaker, J., Miami ------------------------- None
T. D., Lakeland---- ------3-4201 White, B. L., St. Petersburg-----46-179
u n C., Tampa --------------------..-3462 W hite, C. B., Cocoa ---------------------------------- 84
". W., So. Jacksonville -...... 5-8266 White, D. W., Miami Beach -----5-1703
E. E., Ft. My (Col.) -----736 White, H. E., St. Augustine --------668
s, T. R., W. Palm each (Col.) 6241 White, I. D., Indiana................
o, W. J., Miami -------------------- 3-2171 White, J. A., Tampa (Col.) -------- 2497
t A., Miami --------------------------- 2-1346 White, J. B., Ormond Beach ---------- None
w White, R. T., Orlando -------------------------- 4488
F. J., Jacksonvill ---------5-2250 White, R. P., Milton ------------------------ None
d W., St. Petersburg-----4371 White, W. C., Live Oak -------------------------------- 37
W., Naples -------------None Whitfield, J. M., Panama City --------- 372
Walk,. A., Hollywood -...Hollywood 222 Whitford, G. R., Ozona ------------------------ 29306
W. ., Lamont----------- 400 Whitlock, W. E, High Springs ---------- 26
A. St Augustine----------------- 71 Whitman, F. S., West Palm Beach .. 401
- ---------------------127 Whitten, B. L., Miami -------------_------------ 2-3842
,F. ., Cifornia- -----------------Wilcox, C. R., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-6542
A. L., Miami Beach---------3Wilhoi, S. E., Quincy -------.----- 47
o M Hastings ------------ 1420 Wilhoyte, R. E., Lake Wales -------- 14
W.., Jaksonville (Col.)--5-1552 Wilkinson, A. H., Jacksonville --------- 5-4743
W ,. W., Paatka -------------74 Wilkinson, B. A., Tallahassee ------------------- 85
, n G. ., ry. -----------80 Williams, A. G., Lakewood -------------------- 3
WWy West------ 9 Williams, C. A., St. Petersburg..... 994
i D acksonvile.., 5-4479 Williams, D. B., Washington, D. C..-.Noe
Wate A. H inis-- Williams, E. L., Ft. Meade ------------------------ 73
'Watson,~~~~ H. aead................330Q71 Williams, F. E., South Dakota .........




18 '-Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No
Williams, H. J., Tampa ------------- H-44-103 Wood, A. J., St. Petersburg-- ----------53
Williams, 1. E., Jacksonville (Col. --5-2341 Woodard, R. C., Miami ---------------- 2-354
Williams, J. F., Monticello ---------------- 62, Wooden, H. W., Orlando (Col.)------- 341
Williams, J. W., Tampa ------------- H-1009 Woolsey, B. F., Jacksonville--------5-0676"
Williams, R. H., Eustis---------------------- 62 Wood, G. W., Rockledge------------------- 14
Williams, R. R., Tampa (Col.)-------- 3932 Wood, S. C., Leesburg---------------------- 149
Williams, R. V., N. York--..Rhinelander 1414 Wood, W. L.., Pine Castle -------- ----None
Williams, W. C., Jr., Delray Beach ----110 Wood, A. W., Miami --------------.----52090
Williams, W. J., Seville -------------------2 Wood, G. W., Oxford ------------------1211
Willis, J. M., Williston -----------------19 Worley, S. G., St. Augustine ------------- 51 -j
Wilson, A. K., Jacksonville--------- 5-4451 Wright, N. A., Jr., Illinois-------Wilson# B. C., Jacksonville-------- 5-6173-R Wylie, .L. A.7 St. Petersburg ------------- 8121
Wilson, C. B., Sarasota------------------- 2874 y
Wilson, C. H., Bartow---------------------- 377
Wilson, J. F., Jacksonville ----------5-3521 Yarbrough, W. F., Miccosukee -----------1
Wilson, J. F., Jr~., Lakeland -------- 2-3711 Yates, D. H., Madison---------------------- 39
Wilson, J. I., Groveland ---------------- None York, J. H., Georgia-------------------------Wilson, J. R., Georgia ------------------------------Youmans, C. P., Miami --------------2-0517
Wilson, M. C, Miami ----------------2-3241 Youmans, I. C., Miami --- ------------ 2-0517
Wilson, W. P., Ocala (Col.) ------------- 404 Young, A., Lake Worth ---------------- None
Winchester, H. E., Dunedin ------------- 6915 Young, C. T., Plant City------------------- 359
Winkler, W. B., Ft. Myers ---------------- 843 Young, W. C., Chiefland------------------- V
Winsor, S. A., Pompano -------------None Young, W. C., Tampa------------------- None
Winton, M. R., Tampa------------------- 2832 z
Withers, G. H., Miami Beach-------- 52870
Witt, D. C., Alachua------------------------- 37 Zander, W. F., Ft. Meade --------------120
Witt, T. W., Lake City ---------------146 Zediker, A. B., St. Andrew -----------245
Woerner, L., Interlachen------------------- 41 Ziegler, A. H., Pennsylvania ----------------Womack, D. R., Louisiana------------------ Zion, S. M., Delaware --------------------




Bureau of Vital Statistics 19
Doctors of Medicine
achua: Bradenton: Chipley:
Goode, Jesse Albert Blake, Lowrie Wilson Coleman, William Edwin
Witt, Dea Cleveland Boling, John Radford Harper, Charles Wilson
ance: Bryan, Clarence H. McClure, Herbert A.
owling, J. B. Coleman, Albert J. Miller, Grover Cleveland
tha: Cowell, Edw. Huntington Tiller, Oscar Byron
Sellers, Ernest Augustus Davis, John McMahan Citra:
a: Fleming, Claude Filmore Strickland, Edgar Eugene
Byle, A. S. Gates, Hubbard Clarksvle:
alachicola: Hollingsworth, Sam'l Glen C vi e.
Center, Augustus Eugene Larrabee, Charles William Reeder, Birt B.
Murrow, Joseph S. Leffingwell, John Brooks Clearwater:
opka: McCoy, Thomas S. Adolphus, Gustavus
Carroll, C. Mason, John Franklin Archie, Edw. Osc. (Col.)
McBride, Thomas Elliott Whitaker, Furman Chairs Black, M. Eldridge
cadia: Branford: Bowen, John Thomas
Bevis, Henry Powell Farnell, Croley Mason Brown, Harold Ogden
Highsmith, G. F. Brewster: Dickerson, Lucien Brown
Kirkpatrick, Chas. Harry Brown, George Wilmot Groves, Wyatt Hammond
McSwain, D. L. Brooksville: Kauffman Frank E
Simmons, John Andrew Coogler, Adrian C. Mighell, Norman E.
cher: Creekmore, George R. Nettles, Robbins
ishop, Berton M. Furlow, Leonard T. Nickle, Millen Alexander
Twiggs, John H. Hancock, Wm. Scott, Jr. Ruff, Joseph Franklin
Aurndale: Lowry, Robert A. S e ain
eal, Charles Carson Bunnell:myth, Benjamin
Simmons, Thomas G. Britt, Reddin Clermont:
Al.a: Carter, Lemuel A. Czlar, A. L.
McLeod, N. W. Callahan: Clewiston:
Aon Park: Brewster, W. A. Puffer, Maurice L.
IsacWan Brewster, Cocoa:
Chandler, Isaac Wayne Campbellton: Cocoa:
Touchton, Walton C. Booth William Robert Counts, Noah Tilden
nho, Waton C.Botw a
agdad: Ca ile: Hughlett, William Smith
BogerJhseoaGCampville:
Turner, John Bogan Sherouse, George W. Page, Walter Clayton
ker: Carbur: Scurry, B. C. (Col.)
Adms Jhn L. C..rbur:
Adams, John L. Richardson, John R. White, Charles Bell
Enzor, Justus O. Carrabelle: Coconut Grove:
dwin: ADykes, Chapman Ayars, Emerson W.
S n Caryville: Cleveland, Theodore P.
Brmson Wilham David a
William Carter, George Walton Franklin, Grover C.
rtow: Cedar Key: Jeffrey, Stewart Lee
Bevis Wilam Marion
Hargrove Julian Leo Turner, James Wilcox Rentz, Lawson S.
Hughes Robert Lee Center Hill: Watters, William Henry
McMurray, E. R. Cherry, H. Spurgeon Coleman:
Murphy, Chester Homer Century: Mitchell, W. E.
Newman, Heber Peacock Gachet, Necy Lewis Coral Gables:
Oglesby, John McGrady Turberville, John Samuel Eckman, Benj. Franklin
Wilson, Cecil Hendry Chattahoochee: Kitchens, F. E.
Glade: Beggs, John Miller Lh F.e
elle Gl Lefholz, Rothwell
Buck, William John Daves, Frank Erwin Quillian, Warren
ountstown: Folmar, James Quitman Stuart, aJ. Deveren
urns, M. Q. Inman, Joseph C., Jr. WelchStuart, J. BDever
Finlay, David H. Miles, Walter Galliber Welch, P. B.
nifay: Pound, James Hannon Weland, Arthur H.
Paul, L. H. Rhoden, J. W. Cottondale:
wing Green: Saunders, John Rudolph Smalley, James Garfield
Philpot, James Milton Chiefland: Crawfordville:
Pyatt, Wesley Stokes Young, William Clement Harper, Joseph A.




20 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Crescent City: DeFuniak Springs: Carter, Donald Eail
Ford, Edward White McSween, John C., Jr. Darrow, Anna A.
Crestview: Morris, G. P. Freiday, Win. Gusta
Enzor, Olin O. Spires, Ralph Broadus Hendricks, Elliott M
Fleming, Oscar Harris Thorpe, Eugene D. Howard, Richard E.
Webb, Edward Porter DeLand: Johnston, John Allen
Cross City: Brown, Lu Van Leer Kennedy, Thomas S.
Anderson, James Martin Carter, Emory A. Klussman, Heiry A.
Jones, Thomas Capers Coleman, Sen. R. (Col.) Klussman, Richard M.
Lancaster, William L. Davis, George A. Lingeman, Ralph B.
Crystal River: Dillard, Thomas Hiram Lowry, Robert S.
Hudson, Porter James Glatzau, Lewis W. Maxwell, Leslie Howe
Moon, William Benjamin Heek, Maurice Eby Peavy, Henry Jackson
Cypress: Munson, Albert S. Repass, Robert E.
McLeod, John Edward Pay, Wilson C. Robinson, Leigh Fowler
O'Hara, Andrew M. Sharp, William H. H. Skiff, Francis S.
Dade City: Taylor, Joseph Enoch Stanford, John A.
Jackson, Thomas Fred Weis, Edmund W. Stovall, Rupert Hope
McGregor, Geo. Gleason West, Hugh Van Dament, Walter T
Sistrunk, Robert Donnie DeLeon Springs: Ft. McCoy:
Dania: O'Bannon, Albert Lisk, Percy F.
Shelton, John Benjamin Delray Beach: Ft. Meade:
Darlington: Davis, Kenneth McCaskill Carefoot, George H.
Spires, W. G. Williams, William C., Jr. Lindsey, Sherrod Austel
Davenport: Dowling Park: Williams, Edwin Lacy
Besenbruch, Peter W. Dicks, Reid E. Zander, William Franci
Day: McFeeters, Richard Bruce Ft. Myers:
Prine, J. L. Dunedin: Armstrong, Francis K.
Daytona Beach: Mease, John Andrew, Jr. Bostelman Ernest
Adams, T. A. (Col.) Vail, LeRoy B. Grace, William Henry
Bates, George L. Winchester, Harold E. Harrison, Warren -A
Biddle, James K. Dunnellon: Hunter, A. P.
Bohannon, Clyde C. Baskin, James G. Jones, H. Quillian
Chandler, James Ryan Stutts, Baldwin S. Kehoe, Henry Charles
Clemmer, Charles A. Eastport: Longbrake Guy A
Davis, Joseph Brown Baker, Walter Joseph Merrick, Charles Gordo
Esch, Joseph P. Eau Gallie: Newton, Robley Dungliso
Farmer, Myron Hall Creel, Wilhliam Jackson Nowling, James Clevelan
Fogarty, Joseph Norman Ellenton: Seiler, Minnie Myrtle
Genge, Victor P. Luke, Josiah Jackson Stone George S.
Green, George Melbourne Esto: Velasco, Edw. E. (Col.)
Groesbeck, F. B. Smith, David Franklin Whisnant, Baker
Hills, James Seth (Col.) Eustis: Winkler, William Bond
Howe, Raymond Calvin, William J. Ft. Ogden:
Howe, Roy Coupland, James Durfey Aurin, Emil C.
Johnson, Harry Dash Hannum, Montgomery M. .'
Jones, Lauren Jackson, Alf. Jos. (Col) Ft. Pierce:
Klock, Guy Almeron Lodor, Charles Howard Boothe, Robert Campbe
Merryday, Harry L. Reed, Francis A. Clark, Haynsworth D.
Miller, Robert Lee Tyre, C. McK. Council, Melton Downi
Myres, Magnus J. Williams, Rabun Herbert Hardie, Grover C.
Puleston, Fred Fairfield: Whiddon, Lester Lee
Rawlings, James Emery Gatrell, Henry Ft. White:
Rogers, M. Josie Fernandina: Burns, Joseph Pulaski
Rutter, Joseph Howard Bunker, Lyman Lyndon Freeport:
Smith, Dean Tyler Humphreys, David G. Huggins, Evans Lewis
Stocking, John T. (Col.) Ft. Lauderdale: Frostproof:
Taylor, William Henry Brown, Oliver Clinton Allred, Idus P.
Wells, J. Ralston Brush, Samuel P. Cordes, Henry B., Jr.




Bureau of Vital Statistics 21
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
esville: Hialeah: Brown, R. L., Jr., (Col.)
drews, Edwin Haymond O'Quinn, Leon Hardie Bryant, James Malone
yer, Robt. Bunyan (Col.) High Springs: Buckman, Thomas E.
olson, James Henry Weeks, Percy Dell Campbell, S. S. (Col.)
ell, James Maxey Whitlock, Wm. Eugene Carefoot, Evison I.
ePass, Matthew H. Hilliard: Cason, Turner Zeigler
more, William T. Fuqua, Cleveland C. Chilli, Joseph L.
askell, Lyman George Kennan, Albert L. Collins, C. C.
odges, James Harrison Holly Hill: Copeland, Silas Morgan
ing, T. Byron Sayres C Copp, Francis Allen
inSars C .Couns Herber t Walter
Lassiter, Wilburn Hollywood: Croft unTs, Herbert Walterlaid
Maines, John E., Jr. Butler, Bruce Fowler Croft, Theodore Gaillaid
BulrBueFowler gCniga
Rice, Samuel Davies Hartley, James Mitchell Duninge mm Ls (Co.
Smith, DeWitt T. Kinsey, E. T.DailSmB.(o)
Snow, .os..A
Snow, Thos. A. McLaury, Elbert Day, Gaston
Summerlin, John Lee Roper, Luther Eldridge Dean, Russell H.
Thomas, William Clark Walker, Harrison A. Dickerson, George Lewis
Tillman, George Clarence W r: Drew, Horace R.
enwood: Holopaw: Driskell, Simon Eugene
Bredow, Pauline Wilson Anderson, Claude Duncan, Chas. F. (Col.)
Jones, Thee Allan D a,(S
ceville: Perkins, Herman Durkee, Jay Harvey
Box, Wilmer Cortez ese Dux, Henry M.
MilerRedden Lee Homestead: Eni
Miller, Jordan, William Bullard Enneis, F. B.
din: Tower, John B. Erwin, Stanley
Brantley, Zannie Hosford: BField, Thomas Sullivan
d Ridge: Fort, Frank Leslie
yals, Charles Howell Bullard, Ponce DeLeon Furnish, Richard Douglas
.1 Furnish, Richard Douglas
ren Cove Springs: Indiantown: Gammon, Julian E.
Fisher, Leslie Carlisle Matthews, W. M. Goethe, James E.
Forde, S. J. E. (Col.) Interlachen: Goggins, John H.
Key, Foster P. Woerner, Lydia Goodale, Banks H.
Geenboro: Inverness: Greene Ralph N.
Ianer, Otho Winton Cross, Kilpatrick Greene, Ralph N.
eville:e, George A. Griffin, LeRoy Smith
Dame, George Gwinn, Van Henry
King, Loomis Perine Miller, James F. Hanson, Henry
oveland: Jacksonville: Harrell, David E.
DeVane, William G. Adams, George E. Harrell, David E.
Wilson, James Iradel Adams, Thomas Shaw Harris, Herrman Hirsch
Hammock: Allen, James Franklin Harris, William Greene
Laffitte, Lincoln Sydnor Arms, B. L. Hartman, James H.
ies City: Bacon, Henry Heggie, Norman McLeod
Eide, Alfred Theodore Baker, Robert M. Herlong, Mark Boyd
Justice, Robert Lee Barfield, Frederick G. Holden, Gerry R.
McKnight, George Scott Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Holloway, Luther William
Martin, Emmett Edward Beals, John A. Horne, Hendley Foxworth
Rogers, David Hugh, Jr. Beckman, George Edwin Humphreys, David G., Jr.
Sample, Joseph Richard Berry, Ned Carroll Humphries, Homer H.
Shafer, William W. Betton, George W. Ira, Gordon Henry
tings: Blackmar, Ray Wellborn James, H. Win. (Col.)
Blinn, Theodore A.
Bartee, Luke Harvey B n, Je or Jelks, Edward
' Boon Jame Lunsord
Stanton, Gordon Bo e Fed Jay Jennings, Charles L.
Walton, Milton Boyd, John Elliott Johnston, Crowell W.
Havaa: oyd Joh Eliot Joes, Fran k Curti
Bransford, Lee E. Jones, Fredeank Curtis r
Bertrem, J. Willie Brillhart, Harry Lester Keislin, Frederick Carter
Sapp, Harmon H. Brink, Fritz Albert Killinger, Raymond R.
thorn: Broadbent, Oliver P. Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee
Floyd, G. Matthew Brown, Fletcher L. Kirk, William Wilson




22 Tilovida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Knauer, William J.Stollenwerck, Amasa D. Brown, Edgar F.
Knight, A. Corner Swift, Edwin Chester Caldwell, Herbert
Krueger, Frederick W. Taylor, Hermon Marshall Dyer, James Hubert
Limbaugh, Louie Mixon Teeter, Edmund H. Farnell, Perry Cievela
Livingston, S. P. (Col.) Thomas, Robert Y. H. Harkness, Robert B.i
Love, James D. 'Thomas, William Howard Ives.,Washingtoni MacKe
Lyncker, Nicholas Thompson, David Chester Murray, Francis A. (Co... .
McEuen, Harry Bernard Thompson, Thomas C. Niblack, James L.
McGinnis, Robert H. Upchurch, Noble Alvin Nichols, Willia S.'
Mclver, Robert Boyd Van Schaick, Harold Dean Rogers, A. E.
McKenzie, Albert Clarence Waas, Frederick J Witt, Thomas Walter
Manhoff, Ben Ward, Cassius A. (Col.) Lake Geneva
Manning, William S. Washburn, Clayton D. Faver, Robert M
Martin, Paul Howard Webb, Roy Lee Lake Jovita:
May, Robert Drysdale Wilcox, Clarence Robert Bradshaw, John T.
Means, George Simonton Wilkinson, Albert H. Lakeland:
Miller, Frank D. Williams, Israel E. (Col.) Causey, Thomas Willia
Miller, Jos. P. (Col.) Wilson, Alpheus K. Clark, Samuel Allen
Mitchell, George Milner Wilson, Burrell C. le
Mitchell, John Henry Wilson, J. Frank cin, e
Meas, eoge imnto Wlkiso, AbetDicLkinn, Wate hi
Moe, Leonard N. Woolsey, Bertram Fred Early, Charles Stacy
Morgan, Thomas Edward jasper: Farmer, Charles Hall
Morris, S. A. Bruce, John Robert Feeman, Grover C.
Norris, Samuel Royall Corbett, Joseph H. Griffin, J. D.
Norwood, John Kirk O'Cain, William Marvin Hampton, W. H. (Col.)Oetjen, George Frederick Jennings: Koon, Aipheus C.
moren, Joms B. Beauty, Jas. J. Leffers, Richard, Sr.
Parrso, James h Kenansville: Lester, John Gambill
Pos Jame Denham Myers, Nicholas P. Love, Cicero W.
Patterson, J. P. (Col.) Kendall: Maynard, Ben H
Patterson, W. A. (Col.) Moore, Alfred Overstreet, George lnon
Peterson, Claus Alfred Key West: Richards, Henry g..
Petns, ohHar. -Bay a.. ,
Philloip, ames de Aragon, Adolfo E. Roberts, Tenney
Pice, James es Basso, Enrique Rodriguez Simpson, David J. (Col.)
Pirc, arer Le Galey, H. C. Smith, Samuel Frederick
Pandcto, James H Lowe, Eugene C. Stetson, Alexander G. C.
Raeerso, nes E. Pintado, Nior C. Sullivan, Raleigh Robert
Richars, Frertdwin Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Tillis, Wylie L.Richardson, erge W Warren, William Richard Vassar, Thomas Dupree
Richardson, SGerg Arol Kissimmee: Watson, Herman
Roersn, Ear Brinson, Haynes Weed, Walter A.
Rogert, ar a. Derbyshire, Ephraim Wilson, John F., Jr.
Rollins, Cilane Daidr Geiger, Hugh St. Glare Lake Wales:
Rolls, Wliam Dd Rivers, Thomas Maximus Epling, Brady Dexter
neros, amEson Labelle: Tinkler, Bruce RaRorongI
Sandrson Raymond ~i ,
Sandusky, Clarence M. Seebold, John Louis Tomlinson, J. Pitt
Schell, Warren W. (Col.) Lacoochee: Wilhoyte, Roy Evans
Schnauss, William R. Cannon, Augustus Bartow Lakewood:
Schneider, David McLeod, Thomas Williams, A. G.
Schnell, Frederick E. Lake Butler: Lake Worth:
Seay, Walter Ervin King, G. R. Seeber Brantley, Grady H.
Sellers, Elijah Thomas Maines, John Edge Denison, Raymond 'Chas
Shaw, John Henry (Col.) Mann, John M. Nutter, William Lawrenc
Shellhorse, William F. Marshburn, Clarence B. Rowe, Alvah Leo
Simpson, James Knox Lake City: Sory, Bailey Brown, Jr.
Sisson, Sanford S. Anderson, Joseph Gordon Tatom, Fletcher Lothai
;)kipper, Clarence Toombs Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Young, Anne
Smith, Arthur W. (Col.) Arnold, Laurie James Lamont:
Smith, Ralph Edward Bates, Thomas Henry Walker, William Henry




Bureau of Vital Statistics 23
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Strode, Robert Caldwell Hodsdon, Benjamin F.
derson, William D. Melrose- Hodsdon, Luther Albion
er, Samuel J. Preston, H. F. Holmes, Albert G. H.
H : Miami: Holmes, Roy Jones
ten, William A. Abras, Joseph Ellis Hutson, Thomas W.
hens, Samuel Edward Adkins, Elmer Hall Jaudon, Eugene Keene
: Agos, Isadore Henry Jenkins, Leslie Max
radine, John Hunter Allen, Omer F. Jindra, Vladimir Kamil
ce Aronovitz, Samuel Jones, Edwin Mercer
mrick, Bascom W. Babcock, Donald T. Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr.
surg: Babcock, Henry C. Keeler, Frank L.
sh, Warren D. Baker, Juel M. Keely, John
tor, William Raymond Baker, Leonard Allen Kemp, Austin James
Hland, Howard Grey Ballard, Ira Willis Kennon, Charles L.
prison, Harry K. Barfield, J. O. Kershaw, A. J. (Col.)
o, Samuel Clifford Barge, Hubert Arlander Kirby, William Leslie
Oak: Barge, William Jacob Kirsch, Maxwell David
th, Henry Franklin Bertram, Albert J. Koger, Emmet Bascom
erson, Thomas S. Boles, Dallas Seth Lanier, William Tomlinson
ce, Joshua Marvin Brown, John Wilcox Leavitt, H. A.
nolds, John Henry Brunner, Earlsworth C. Lewis, Taylor
ckland, Henry M. Bullard, Clifton Price Light, Samuel D. W.
st, JamesWhitaker Burch, R. N. Lithgow, William D.
ite, William Charles Carter, Albert Charles Litterer, Ammon Buist
an: Chambers, Silas Eldridge Lott, Young Cleveland
oway, Clayton W. Chandler, Gail Ellsworth Lowrie, Thomas L. (Col.)
Haven: Chapman, Wm. A. (Col.) Lowry, Charles S.
eacy, J. S. Claxton, William Allan Luke, Jas. Martin Joshua
,eny: Cleghorn, Charles Dalton Lustgarten, Abraham
kett, Edward Wray Conger, George Drew Lyell, Robert Oliver
tosh: Coplan, Milton M. McCall, Frederick Wm.
,James Lawson Couric, Edmonson S. McCartney, Johnson N.
son: Cross, William Franklin MacDonell, Geo. Nowlan
lock, Alonzo L. Davis, Harley Franklin McGunagle, Joseph E.
is, George DeBoe, Michael Price McKenzie, John Seaborn
rck, Benjamin F. DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen McKenzie, Olin Glaze
g, Eustace Dobrin, Max McKibben, Win. Watson
Leod, Robert Francis Dunaway, Carl Ellis Manson, Plumer Jacobs
e, David H. Du Puis, John Gordon Marsh, Lucille Johnson
re: ..Elder, Samuel Fletcher Marshall, Louis Richard
enedy, Robert L. Elgin, Lee William Martin, Benjamin James
kaee: Ellis, William Harrison Maxwell, Eugene B.
aster, Blake Flipse, Matthew Jay Mazon, Fred. D. (Col.)
Soer M. Ford, Robt. Benj. (Col.) Medlin, Willard Buford
ar: Foxworthy, Frank W. Milton, John D.
gtak, Ernst P. E. Frazier, S. M. (Col.) Monroe, A. Leight
na: French, Elmo Dial Newell, Chas. Eugene
ell, Ncholas Albert Ghertler, Max Nichol, Edward Sterling
s, Edward Goodson, William M. Palmer, Bascom Headen
ges, Genous S. Gowdy, Francis A. Paulk, George A.
iel Agus Gowdy, Ralph A. Payne, J. W.
*shburn, Eustis R. Graves, J. Raymond Pearson, Homer Lee, Jr.
KHaggard, Wm. Andrew Pearson, Nelson Tinsley
F. Hall, E. J. Pearson, Rufus Judson
rt Hanna, Fouad Hilmy Peters, Edgar
George Edgar Harris, David Watson Phillips, Kenneth
urne: Harris, Robert Miller Pond, Edmund Morse
n, Ira Floyd Hassell, Cecil Starke Raap, Gerard
, Isaac Morris Hatch, Ernest Bruce Rentz, William C.
iks, Isham Kimbell Hawkins, John Roy Sawyer, W. B. (Col.)




24 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Seeds, John B. .Moore Haven: .Orlando:
Shaw, Eugene Clay Draughn, Duncan M. Andrews, Laurin Lund
Simpson, J. Robert Mount Dora: Andrews, Mitchell M
Sinclair, John A. B. Callahan, O. L. Ashley, Kennerley Cons
Skaggs, Peter Thomas Conklin, Raymond C. Beardall, Harold Marti
Smith, Chas. Kirby Fenn, Harry Todd Buckmaster, Ory L.
Smith, James Walker Mulberry: Butler, Paul
Snyder, John William Murphy, Hugh K. Callahan, Jerry B. (Col
Stewart, Jos. S., Jr. Pearce, Claude Clifford Chappell, John R.
Summers, Albert Tower Munson: Chiles, Joseph askell
Tallman, Maurice Henry Dodson, Mayhew W. Christ, Calvin D.
Thomas, Edwin Crawford Nalaca: Collins, Charles Joseph
Thomas, Kelly C. Dyess, Charles T. Craney, Edward 'Thoma
Thorne, James I. Naples: Daniels, Sam. H. (Col.)
Threlkeld, Major Edgar Wallace, Henry Davila, J. A.
Tumlin, Corbett Edward Newberry: Day, Horace A.
Turner, John Calvin Getzen, Samuel Pace Edwards, Gaston H
Uzell, Vlasta D. New Port Richey: Folsom, Spencer A.
Vinson, Willie Joseph Gavin; Claudius A. Ford, James Arthur
Vogt, Ferdinand A. New Smyrna: Gray, Frank Dorsey
Gray, FakDre
Westermann, Julius T. Bouchelle, Louis Brown Gwynn, Humphrey Wils,
Whitaker, Joel Chowning, William C. Hankins, I. Sylv. (Col)
WVhitten, Benj. Leland Forster, Davis Heitz, John J.
Wilson, M. C. Henry, Hugh W. Hoffmann, Carl Donnel
Wood, Arthur Welleslie Hunter, Isaac Harry Ingram, Lawrence C.
Woodard, Robert C. Johnson, Joseph L. Johnston, Hewitt
Youmans, Corren Pinckney Miller, Benj. Edgar Kime, Rufus R.
Youmans, Iva Catherine Niceville: Kleiser, Albert H.
Miami Beach: McGriff, William Franklin Lewis, P. M.
Hall, Thomas Bryan Nichols: McElroy, Sylvan
Hotchkiss, Walter T. Lowry, James B. McEwan, John S.
Hutton, J. C. F. Noma: Malloryn, Meredith
Jenkins, Paul K. Ramsay, Walter D. Marshall, Cyril Jti
Panettiere, Cayetano Ocala: Oertel, Henry B.
Payton, Frazier J. Chalker, James LeRoy Orr, Louis McDonald,
Pollock, Benjamin Dozier, Henry C. Osenbach, WiLoliam
Roche, Charles Frederic Ferguson, Robert Donald Osincup, Gilbrt Seym
Sayles, Charles Frederick Freeman, Albert H. Pines, John iAndrew
Schubert, Frank Pat Hughes, R. S., (Col.) Redding, John L
Silverman, Harry Z. Jones, Nathaniel H. (Col.) Robinson, S. Miles
Smith, John Frederick Lane, William K. Shoemaker, Samuel An
Thomas, Merrick Dowdell Lindner, Eaton George Sinclair, William EwinI
Walters, Arthur Louis Mitchell--Hampton, E. C. Smith, James Horace
White, David Ward (Col.) Spiers, William Henry
Withers, Gabriel Harold Moore, John Norton Spters, lh Henry
Micanopy: Peek, Eugene G. Stafford, I
Dailey, Ira A. Van Engelken, Louis H. Summitt, Robert Elmer
Miccosukee: Wallis, Thomas Henry Wells, William M. (Col
Yarbrough, Wilbur Fisk Watt, Harry Farlin Westcott, Win. Emers
Milton: Wilson, W. P. (Col.) White, Roland Thatch
Hankins, Jeremiah N. Ocoee: Wooden, H. W. (Col.)
Heath, Henry Oliver Scott, Sam R. Ormond Beach:
Holley, John Calvert Okeechobee: White, John Blake
Thames, James Grimes Davis, Claude L. Ortega:
Thames, Rufus Lingo, Michael Jones Turck Raymond Custe
White, Russell P. McDermid, Hady Calvin Osceola:
Monticello: Oklawaha: so
Brinson, John B., Jr. Martin, Irl E. Moore, Thomas G.
Glover, George Boston Orange Park: Oviedo:
Williams, John Franklin Lane, Remer Young Martin, John William




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DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
)rd: Mixon, J. A. Massey, William Walton
ood, George W. Mock, Albert Edward Stevens, Wm. S. (Col.)
a: Nobles, Robert Green Wilhoit, Sterling E.
gan, Chester Edward Nobles, William D. Raiford:
hitford, Grace Ruarc Payne, Walter Clifton Whitaker, Courtland Dan'l
Rkee: .Peel, George Talbot River Junction:
Cel, Otarles Edgar Phillips, Lawrence C. Barnes, Benjamin F.
Sooner, D. S. Pierpont, Juriah Harris Rockledge:
the Pollock, Wm. A. J., Jr. Wood, George W. oyd, Hayden G. (Col.) Quina, Marion Ernest Safety Harbor:
>sey, John T. Renshaw, Frank Gale Edwards, Walter E.
ng, James A., Jr. (Col.) Simpson, Horace Lee St. Andrew:
miller, Wesley Sherman Stokes, Thomas Henry Jansenius, Anton J. H.
>sborough,Dalton Yancy Sullivay, Rosa L. Zediker, Arthur B.
een, Alexander M. Sunday, Edw. Jul. (Col.) St. Augustine:
warren, Edmund Walters Webb, Carol C. Burnett, Wilbur E.
elch, George E. Whidden, Eugene K. Estes, Edgar Stuart
a Beach: Perrine: Gonzalez, Feliciano (Col.)
owns, Augustus S. Freeman, Mary Guy, Walter Bryant
hnestock, Joseph C. Perry: Irwin, Joseph Max
rrill, Charles Morton Culpepper, Cincinnatus T. Lindsley, Horace
prison, Charles C., Jr. Ellis, John Clement Lyles, Arthur M. (Col.)
wton, Silvanus B. Greene, Ralph James Parkinson, William N.
setto: Tyson, Will W. Potter, George Walter
own, John 0. Warren, George Hilliard Scruggs, Samuel Andrew
prison, Mac Millar Pierce: Spencer, Jacob John
ana City: Ragsdale, Velpeau H. Starke, Lancaster C. (Col.)
ams, Daniel M. Pine Castle: Underwood, Arthur W.
ackshear, R. D. Wood, Will Lee Walkup, A. Clark
ackshear, William J. Pinetta: Webb, Walter Duval
aser, Donald Scott Kinsey, Junius P. White, Herbert Eugene
e, William Joseph Plant City: Worley, S. G.
xon, James Montgomery Alsobrook, John Walter St. Cloud:
hitfield, J. M. Black, Robert C. Chunn, Judson David
sh: .Coleman, John Alexander Cushman, Minerva B.
mb, Lloyd L. Harrell, Lovell Hampton Dodds, William Henry
ney Farms: Holton, William Joseph St. Petersburg:
Hmner, George P. Joyner, Oscar Alb. (Col.) Aber, Albert H.
acola: Knight, John Clarence Bieker, Annette Mebane
bott, M. S. G. (Col.) Maguire, Thomas Clair Bieker, Siegfried Bernard
Aes, Allen M. Sanchez, Butler Hall Coll, Hugh J.
nderson, Warren Edw. Young, Calvin Todd Cooper, John Hightower
11, John D. Pomona: Davis, James Ernest
:kerstaff, James Henry M ain, Daniel C. Davis, William M.
unison, H. B. Pompano: Dawson, Stephen A.
yans, Herbert Lee McClellan, George S. Echard, Thomas B.
yans, Robert Lee Winsor, Sanford A. Feaster, Orion Otis
rter, John Hardin Ponce de Leon: Fisk, Harley Bruse
bb, E. S. (Col.) Eldridge, Marion Webster Funk, Neil E.
Alemberte, Clinton W. Lowry, Casper F. Gable, Linwood Malone
berry, William C. Stephens, Hiram Aubrey Gable, Nonie Wilson
Don, Albert A. (Col.) Port Tampa City: Gable, Nonie Worth
Flows, James Hugh Mudge, William H. Griffin, Thos. R.
isfield,Abram Raymond Punta Gorda:- Guild, William A.
einberg, Charles J. Steely, James A. Hardenbergh, John A.
ixon, Frank Petty Quincy: Haseltine, Burton
ffman, James Mortimer Davis, Julius Caesar, Jr. Heibner, Eugene Albert
utchinson, Clarence E. Gainey, jewel Guy Herring, John A.
mnson, Arthur J. Godard, Robert Fain Hooper, Clara A.
schkoff, Mozart A. Mack, Clyde Clifton Hudson, Arthur T.




26 -Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Jennings, Frank S. Starke, Geo. H. (Col.) Rhodes, Bricey Milton
Knowlton, Roscoe Hosmer Stevens, Ralph Edwin Wilkinson, Benjamin
Kumm, Frederick Fayne Tolar, Julian Nolley Tampa:
Lambdin, Ludlow Sarasota: Adamson, William P.
Leith, Richard Bliss Cribbins, Orville H. Allen, Bundy
Lingo, William Bernard Griffin, Harold W. Altree, RowlandFranc
Lochner, George Mitchell Halton, Jack Anderson, M. J. (Col.
Lougee, Arthur J. Halton, Jo8eph Andrews, Chadbourne
Lustig, Emil Metzger, Frank C. Baldwin, Robert Edka
Metzger, Fran C.
McClane, Frank Elmer M orton, Arthur Oscar Barker, Frank Talmage
McClane, John William Patterson, John Clyatt Bartlett, Charles W.
McConnell, Whitman C. Rivers, John R. (Col.) Bartlett, Charles W..
MacCordy, Earl C. Schultz, Frederick W. Beyer, Arthur Ray
McQueen, Archibald B. Taylor, Thomas Walter Biddle, Percy Dake
Marr, Norval Mason Wilson, Cullen B. Bidwell, Alfred Morrell
Melville, Edmond John Sanlon:Bitzer, Emory West
Middlebrooks, Violet can Blackmoh, Heyward J
Miller, George Edmund Bryan, William H. Blake, William Campbe
Mills, Alvin Lee Sebastian: Boccelato, Salvador Leo
Moeller, Maximilian W. Rose, David Bottari, Giulio Cesare
Murphy, Ralph Dollahan Sebring: Boyce, Homer P.
O'Brien, Raymond Keith Anderson, James M. Bronstein, Emmanuel
Osgood, George Edward Dunn, Joseph C. Butchart, T. R.
Palmer, Harrison Gregory Mitchell, John Wesley Byrd, Hiram
Ponder, James M. (Col.) Weems, Howard Vincent Cameron, Fay A.
Post, William Glenn, Jr. Seville: Campbell, David A.
Prather, Benton T. Williams, W. J. Carlton, Leland F.
Putnam, Harry Lyman Sneads: Chandler, Julian C.
Quicksall, William E. Hudgens, Thomas Hamlin Christian, George R.
Raborn, John D. Pender, Marmaduke S. Cook, George Lindsay
Riley, Joe Shelby Sopchoppy: Costa, Fiank John
Roope, A. P. Kemp, Malcolm T. Cowart, James Ta t
Roush, Franklin Winbert South Jacksonville: Crum, James Wilhite
Rudolph, Councill Courtl'd Lamb, Robert J. Daniels, Benjamin A.
Sackett, Harry R. Miller, Samuel David Dickerson, R. Johnson
Sarven, James David Tyler, Lockland Vance Dickerson, Stephen Boye
Sbordi, Henry V. Veal, Ernest Whitney Dickinson, Joshua Clifto
Simcox, Lawrence Watts, Peryl Elkin Dominguez, Jose A.
Solomon, Henry Doyle South Miami: Draper, Arthur Derby
Strickland, Jesse Armed Grimes, Dewey Herbert Duke, Roncie Renfro
Stuart, Martin Hardin Starke: Duncan, William Peyto
Wade, Hugh Wesley Holland, Robert Norris Dyer, Walter Harmon
White, Benjamin Lewis Middleton, William E. Efird, Lester Julian
Williams, Carl Alonzo Parks, Walker B. Ely, Revel A.
Wood, Alvin James Stuart: Etheredge, Shuler Hardi
Wylie, LeRoy Allen Eurit, Floyd Burner Farrior, Joseph iBrown
Sanderson: Newnham, John Alfred Farrior, Lawrence B.
Blanton, Ira L. Parker, Julian David Faver, Henry Merrell
Sanford: Sulphur Springs: Filbert, Charles Edward
Denton, John Thomas Lake, Esley Taylor Fina, Ricardo
Heitz, A. W. Tallahassee: Fluker, Carl Barnes
Knox, Arthur Wesley Ausley, Charles Merritt Forbes, Sherman B.
Langley, William T. Brevard, Ephriam Mays Foster, John Cantzon
Mitchell, Clifford Morgan Dozier, Laurie Lester Foy, Eugene Thomas
Park, Charles Lanier Foote, L. H. B. (Col.) Gale, John S.
Prince, O. A. (Col.) Hall, Francis Michael Garcia, Parsons Manuel.
Puleston, Samuel Johnston, John K. Qilbert, Elsie Martins
Robson, James N. Kendrick, Odis Gilben Gilmer, Eugene Stanfor
Selman, Guy Stokely Moor, Frederick Clifton Glass, Roscoe Eugene
Smith., Henry Damon Palmer, Henry Edwards Golden, Harold Miller




Bureau of Vital Statistics 27
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
rantham, James Mullins Russell, Ralph Edward Dalton, Bailey W.
Wimal, Angel S. Sexton, David E. Dawkins, N. J.
Serra, Julio J. Saxton, Jesse J. Vero Beach:
yland, Stephen P. Shaver, Edward Franklin Grossman, Frederick A.
anptoi, Ham S. Smith, Burdette Hardee, E. B.
ardy, George E. W., Jr. Smith, Henry Mason Harrell, George L.
art, liver James Smith, Walton H. Y. McClellan, P. T.
elms, John S. Smoak, Edward Waldo:
elms, John Sullivan, Jr. Snow, Henry Oscar Pridgen, Claude Leonard
nderson, Rob't Preston Spengler, Nathaniel L. Wauchula: iggins, Allen Fitch Stafford, Charles S. Garner, John Elmo
olloway, E. W. Stone, Alvord L. Kayton, Merle Clyde
opkins, Clack Dickenson Stringer, Sheldon Poucher, Allen Alfred
opkins William B. Thompson, Hubert Orion Webster:
ubbard,Roscoe Conkling Thorpe, Franklyn Roberts, Nathaniel F.
fferson, Rollin Tison, Burnett Maxey Skipworth, James Leo
nsen, Henry Jack Torbett, Ralph S. Welaka:
hnson, G. W. P. (Col.) Torretta, Joseph N. Campbell, Ezra Theodore
hnson, Sam. E. (Col.) Trelles, Jorge A. Wellborn:
nes, Augustus B., Jr. Truelsen, Thomas Cline, Daniel Edward
nanf, Arthur Raymond Vaughan, Cecil Smithson, Gelon Braxton
incaster, William Jesse Weekley, Augustine S. West Palm Beach:
rner, Leonard G. Wells, William Erastus Baldwin, R. Henry
assman, George A. White, Jac. Aug. (Col.) Bazemore, Mary Knott
entjes, Frederick Williams, Horace Joseph Binkley, John Frey
vy, Louis Williams, John W. Blair, William M.
owry, Blackburn W. Williams, R. Reche (Col.) Carlisle, James L.
cEachern, J. R. Winton, Mack R. Clay, Berney S.
cLaws, Raymond B. Young, Wilburn Cogdell Cooley, Roy Oscar
cMurray, Henry Embry Tampashores: Dawson, George Millard
cRae, Earle Hobart Oglesby, Charles Robert Dyett, J. H. Russell (Col.)
aechtle, Everett Woods Tangerine: Edwards, G. R. L. (Col.)
aner, George Ralph Lust, Benedict Fleming, Samuel Ward
arney, Charles R. Tarpon Springs: George, William W.
martin, Douglas D. Albaugh, Andrew P. Gerlach, Earl B.
artinson, M. M. Burnette, Elmer W. Gerlach, Henry P.
artorell, Abelardo Douglass, J. E. Gunter, T. D.
as, Juan Amado McCallister, Archie Hall, John Ewell
eighen, Douglas Gordon Morgan, Wm. Edward Heath, Guy W.
erendino, Domenico Tsangaris, Theodore Herman, F. Peter
ills, John Herman Tavares: Herpel, Frederick K.
ilton, Daniel G. Colley, Sanford C. Hodges, Julius C. (Col.)
ilton, Philip Elington Titusville: Holly, Alonzo P. B. (Col.)
irals,Manuel Sueiras y Adams, Dallas Hilliard Jared, Vernon Meadows
itchell, Lucien B. Peppers, Guy Stewart Jefferson, T. LeR. (Col.)
00die, Bazil M. Potthoff, Ernest W. Lewis, Gaylord
years, Wade Cooper Rose, John Rudolph Miller, Alice R.
yers, William Alfred Spell, James C. Netto, Lloyd Joseph
elken, Bernard Earl Stevens, Herbert J. Oughterson, William Alex
elson, Robert Goree Thomas, Abraham Fifield Papot, Grace Elliott
orton, Geo. P. (Col.) Trenton: Peek, Leon Ashley
ppenheimer, Louis Sims Gray, Charles Rush Peery, Emory Willis
rtega, Rafael Weeks, L. R. Rozier, Lauchlin McK.
aniello, Santiago Umatilla: Sayad, William Yohannan
ate, Julien Carey Ashton, Wilbur Lee Shackelford, W. Lawson
atterson, William Toy, Samuel Holt Sibert, Aldo Vernon
arson, Richard J. Useppa Island: Stone, Vale D.
ortocarrero, Nestor A. Randall, Floyd Hamilton Van Landingham, W. E.
ankin, Grover Cleveland Venice: Vickers, T. R. (Col.)
sector, Lee Thornton O'Quinn, Charles A. Webb, Roy
lowlett, William Monroe Vernon: Whitman, Frank S.
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28 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Wewahitchka: Dey, Walter Pettus Missouri:
Miller, Allen H. Dame, Leland Hargreaves Boone, John William
White Springs: Duffin, Chas. Edward Demko, Frank,
Barnett, Ross Augustus Fort, Arthur G. Eigle, Edwin George
Cone, Daniel Newman Fourcher, Kenneth R. Kemp, Thomas J.
Wildwood: Griffith, Daniel Henry Stormont, Riley M.
Albritton, Andrew B. Hardman, Wm. Wallace New Jersey:
Slaughter, Thomas K. Hughes, Nathan Asbury Hill, John A.
Williston: Hughes, Tolbert W. New York:
Turner, Smith Lanier Jenkins, Hughes Brantley LeBreton, Prescott
Willis, Jesse M. Jones, William Wardlaw Remington, Alvah C.
Willow: Lennard, Oscar Dean Strong, Samuel, Meredi
Box, Chester Clyde MacAvelia, Millard Thos. Trousdale, Theo. McK
Wimauma: Martin, Leldon Wails Williams, Robert Vince
Harris, John Henry Massenburg, George Y. North Carolina:
Windermere: Moses, Harry Richardson, James C.
McMichael, J.C. Nolan, Thomas Lovick Van Epp, Owen Bayard
Winter Garden: Oppenheimer, Russell H. Ohio:
Davis, James Abraham Pearson, Homer Colquitt Currence, John D.
Lawrence, Everton Jay Pittman, James Lee, Jr. Hendrickson, Floyd C.
Lawson, Ben Hill Pomeroy, W. L. McCleary, Joseph Roy
Wheatley, Claude I. Stebbins, Alvin Lloyd Quasser, Adolph Bernar
Winter Haven: Wilson, J. R. Rank, Auldy Theodore
Alexander, Omer R. York, Jesse Hardman Rush, Thomas William
Crump, James E. Illinois: Smith, Parke Gillespie
Horton, Waldo Bell, Kenneth Rush Oklahoma:
Irons, Frank Ernest Connor, A. B. Hubbard, John Clarence
Mooty, Ross Heflin Earel, Albert Marion Pennsylvania:
Sherman, William Eurasti Elliston, Leroy Bertram Sample, Adrian Moore, J
Simonson, Lawrence M. Elliston, Robert L. Simmons, Harry Frank
Simpson, W. T. Giles, Harry L. Todd, De Villo Otis
Winter Park: O'Hara, Fred Summa Ziegler, Alfred Henry
Burks, B. Auxford Rathbun, Geo. Lawrence South Carolina:
Coffin, Charles E. Smith, Joseph A. Andrews; E. D.
Gardner, Julian Forrest Stimson, Horace Brunson, Joseph E.
Hotard, Roland Frank Van Doren, William H. South Dakota:
Trovillion, J. A. Waterman, Alonzo Higbee Kenaston, Thomas C.
Zephyrhills: Wright, Nelson Amos, Jr. Williams, F. E.
Alsobrook, Blaxham E. Indiana: Tennessee:
Zolfo Springs: Greene, Lorin Arthur Brewer, William Ausbor
Spears, Ben D. Rawlings, Claude L. Brown, Emmett E.
Alabama: White, Isaac D. Maloney, Robert Lee
Alison, James F. Kansas: Merchant, Harry McC.
Barnes, Edward Milum West, Charles Omer Thach, Andrew Blaine
Holley, John F. Kentucky: Utah:
Miller, Richard Lafayette Graves, Guthrie Yoehlee Hayward, J. C.
Norris, Johnnie A., Jr. Graves, Lattie Vermont:
Snow, John Wesley Meredith, Hubert M. Ilderton, John Allan
Tomlinson, John Pitt, Jr. Louisiana: Washington, D. C.
Arizona: Womack, David Ray Hodges, John Walter
Mills, David Arthur Massachusetts: Williams, Daniel B.
California: McCaffrey. Charles F. West Virginia:
Brann, Harold Welch Odeneal, Thomas H. Myers, Hu Crim
Ickstadt, Albert, Jr. Perkins, Franklin A.Wisconsin:
McKinley, Frank James Salley, Samuel Marion Fossey, Herbert L.
Walter, Frederick J. Michigan: Leach, -Milford Arthur
Delaware: Scheffel, Carl
Zion, Samuel M. Smith, Milton C. Cuba:
Georgia: Thompson, Fred E. Strong, Samuel Benja
Avera, J. B. Minnesota: Mexico:
Blanchard, Hubert H. Henry, Clifford Elmore Griffin, James Burnie
Brown, Virginius Lynn Mississippi: Nicaragua:
Curtis, Walker Lewis Field, Samuel Eugene Dey, Walter Pettus




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Chapter 1005, Acts of 1927
ANACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons,
OstopahsChiropractics, Naturopathis, Midwives and All Others, Practicing the edial and/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida; to provide Feesforthe same and Penalties for Violation.
BIT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF
SECTION 1. That from and after the passage of this Act every license
to ratie medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and eery other medical and/or material method of the practice of the healing ar hall before the licensee begins practice thereunder be recorded in ~a book fo ht purpose in th eoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County n~e liic e resides, or in which such practice is intended to be carried on wihthe name, residence, place and date of birth of the licensee and the soucenumber and date of his license to practice. Before registering, each lisee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of teCircuti Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person nae in. such license and had before receiving the some complied with all the ruirements as to examination required by law; that no money was paid for sclicense except the regular fee paid by all applicants therefor; that no fud, misrepresentation or mistake in any maetrial regard was employed by anoe or occurrd in order that such license should be granted. The Clerk's fe for r~ecording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording aDeed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and repor tto the Scetary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each yerof iall certifciates registered by him.
SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice ofnmedicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other mediclad/or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter duly liene to practice the. same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of ecyear, apply to the Secretary o~f the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank formi to be furnished by such Secretary and shal pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar.
SECTION 3. That 'every person in making his first registration hereuder, shall write or cue to be written upon the application blank so furnished by the Secretr of the State Board of Health, his full name, post office and residence dress, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practtoer as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the amebefore an officer authorized to take acknowledgements 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 plication unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfctory to them, may require that the application be under oath.
SECTION 4. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on orbefore October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cue to be mailed to each person so registered a, blank form of application frregistration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Rgstrant. Th~e form of such application sha.1l be such as to contain space fr the insertion biy the applicant of the information required by the provisions ofti Act.
SECTION 5. The Secretary of thiie State Board of Health shall issue tan duy licensd physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwif ad~ others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical
andor ateialhealing art upnhis application theref or, in accordance
wit th prviion heeof aCertiate of Registration under the seal of the
Boad fr te yar nsung nd nin December 31st.




30 Florida State Board of Health
SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, 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 thanl 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, surgeons, 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 ther.efore of the opinion that veterinarians are not required to register under this act.
OPINION NO. 18
REGISTRATION: NON-RESIDENTS
I1 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 information 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 tht 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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OFFICIAL OPINIONS
nv
0E. OPINION NO. 19
LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
Section I of Senate Bill N-o. 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.
* *11
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 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 apparent 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.




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 limitedby the specification of the particular, words theretofore used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generic applies and limits the general words to the same class of things as recovered 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 embrace 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 ordinarily 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 material 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 engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required 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 certificate 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 thepreservation 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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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 cannot be applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registration 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 registration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not prevent 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 am 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, before 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 registration 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.




34 Florida State Board of Health
TABLE NO. 1-DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISTERED IN FLORIDAB
COLOR AND BY COUNTIES-1929
COUNTIES COUNTIES
Total---------11504114331 711 Continued....
Alachua ------ 30 29 1 Lake ------------21 20 1
Baker --------------- 2 2 .... Lee .. ---------- 19 18 1
Bay --------- 11 11 ... Leon --------- 12 11 1
Bradford --------- 4 4 Levy ------------5
Brevard --------- 19 18 1 Liberty -----------1 1
Broward --------I 29 29 ---- Madison ------ 91 9
Calhoun -------- 4 4 ---- Manatee ------ 20 20
Charlotte ---------- 1 1 Marion ------- 211 17
Citrus -----------I 5 5 Martin -------. 41 4
Clay ------------7 6 1 Monroe ---------- 1
Collier-----------1 1 Nassau ---------- 5 '
Columbia -------- 16 15 1 Okaloosa ----- 8
Dade ------------- 180 173 7 Okeechobee ---- 31 3
DeSoto---------- 7 7 ---- Orange---------63 58 5
Dixie------------3 3 ---- Osceola------- 11 11
Duval ----------1 169 155 14 Palm Beach -----I 551 49 6
Escambia 40 36 4 Pasco -------------- 8 8
Flagler ---------- 2 2 Pinellas ---------98 96 2
Franklin --------- 3 3 -- Polk ---------- 1 691 67 2
Gadsden --------- 19 18 1 Putnam------- 13 11 2
Gilchrist --------- 2 2 ---- St. Johns ------- 18 16 2
G la d e s - - - ------- 1 1 S t L u c ie - - - -4 4
Gulf --------------I 1 1 Santa Rosa-----I 8 8
Hamilton ------- 6 6 ---- Sarasota ------ 12 11 1
Hardee -------------- 6 6 ---- Seminole ------1 171 14 3
Hendry ---------- 2 2 ---- Sumter -------1- 7 7
Hernando ...- 5 5 ---- Suwannee -------- 11 11
Highlands ....... 6 6 ---- Taylor ----------- 7 7
Hillsborough 1--- 1611 154 7 Union ------------ 5 5.
H olm es -------- 6- 66 ---- Volusia .--........... 55 51 4
Indian River ---- 6 6 W--- Vakulla ------ 21 2
Jackson ---------1 16 16 Walton ---------- 71 7
Jefferson ------------. 6 61 """ Washington ---- 8 8
Lafayette .......--- 2. 2 --- Non-Residents j 1131 1131




TABL NO.2-TOTAL NUMBER DlOCTORS OF' MEDICINE REGISTERED IN FOIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY-1929
STTE STATES
Ttl--------- 11418113531 651 Continued I I
Albma ------I 1251 1251 -- Missouri --------- 281 281
A r a n a - - -1f 1 - N e b r a s k a --- - - 1 0 1 1 0-
inia ---I 21 21 New Hampshirel 7l 7
Clorado -1 2 21 -- New Jersey ----- 13 13
n ------.1 61 61 .... New M exico 1.. I I
Dit~fCombial 21 21 ---- New York ------.1 41 411
Foi a .. 1 2621 2201 42 North Caroina..- 37 35 2
Ger ------ 1 2961 291 5 North Dakota-.- 2 2 Idh ----------- 1 1 Ohio ------------- 1 36 36
S .. 51! -Oklahoma ------ 1 1
ii ..---------4 1 421 -. Pennsylvania ---- 50 50
--- Rhode Island 1 1._.
Iowa ------- 23 231 South Carolina.I 70 62 8
- 1 10 101 South Dakota .... 2f 2
K e n t u c k ya - - - - -. .4. ..2.. ..
K tuk--- 42 42 n-Tennessee----I 34[ 34 -KLouisiana------1 121 111 1 Texas ----------- I ill ill -Maine -------- 1 1 7 1 ---- Utah ------------. 41 41
ryland ----- 1131 2! 1 Vermont ------ 71 7
s a c h u s e tt s -- 1 1 6 1 1 6! ---- V ir g in ia - - - ------ 2 7 2 7
ichigan ------ 1 261 261 ---- West Virginia --1 13 13
Minnesota ----I 7 1 ---- Wisconsin ----- 20 19
ssissippi---- I 231 1 Unknown ------ 1 301 26 4
ABLE NO. 3-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISTERED IN
FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY-1929
"I I-II t ..
COUNTRIES 0 COUNTRIES
U I I I I I U
Total I 861 801 61 Continued I I I
Belgium I----- 11 11 ---- India ------------I1 31 3
Canada ---------I1 26[ 261 -- Italy --------------41 41-Central A erica 1- Peru --.. .1 1--------- 141 13 1 Russia ---------- 2 2
E y t ---------1 21 2 Scotland --------I 1 1
Englnd --------- ---$pain-------------- 1 1 -S1 91 91 ---- South Amuerica_~ 1 1 -German ------ 1 12 121 ---Syr~ia ------------ 11 11 -Hola d -------- 11 11 W est Indies ----1 61 11 5




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TABLE NO. 4-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF MEDICINE REGISEE, THE STATE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA-129
YEARS IN YEARSIN .
FLORIDA L FLORIDA
Total--------- 11504114331 71 Continued I I
Less 1 year ----1 --, 611 611 35-39. years---- 121 641.g
1 year ------ 46j 46 ---- 40-44 years----1 831
2 years ------ 92 90 24549 years-----1 63!' 10
3 years ----- 1-- 63 161 2 50-54 years----I 431 40 1 3
4 years ------ 0 70 ---- 5559 years 1 .1.2
5-9 years -----1 1881 1881 -59 years ----1 13 8 1
10-14 years -----1- 291 126 3 60-64 years----I3
15-19 years ----- 176 166 10 65-69 years ----- 31
20-24 years ----- 130 121 9 70-74 years ----- 31 3
25-29 years------77 71 6 75-79 years ------- 11
30-34 years -----661 601 6 Unknown years 1 151 151 ~
TABLE NO. 5-TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS OF MEDICINE.REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX- 1929
MALE FEMALE "
AGES AGES
0
U
Total ------------- 11483114141 69Total--------- 211 191
20-24 years ------ 1 31 3 20-24 years ---- ----I ---25-29 years ..------ 791 77 2 25-29 years ----- 1 .
30-34 years -----164 157 7 30-34 years ..... 1
35-39 years ----- 169 159 10 35-39 years ------..
40-44 years ----- 254 242 12 40-44 years ---- 21 1 1
45-49 years -----217 203 14 45-49 years 41 3 1
50-54 years -----239 2301 9 50-54 years----1 5 5
55-59 years-----155 149 6 55-59 years---- 4 4
60-64 years-----1021 9 6 60-64 years---- 2 2
65-69 years------461 44 2 65-69 years -1 1
70-74 years ------ 281 28 70-74 years -----75-79 years ------- 181 18 ~ 75-79 years -------- -80-84 years 3.. 31 31 80-84 years----- -Unknown years, 6 5 1 Unknown years 1 1
















Florida
Stte Board of Health
HON. CHAS. H. MANN, President, Jacksonville
MASON SMITH, M. D., Tampa
Wm. D. NOBLES, M. D., Pensacola
HENRYHANSON, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
CENTRAL
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
STEWART G. THOOi~No, D. P. H., Director
JACKSONVILLE




MEMBERS STATE BOARD OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS LAMAR K, TUTTLE, D. 0., Miami
(Deceased, term expires July 28, 1930)
FRANCES TUTTLE, D. 0., Miami
(Commissioned Akug. 6, 192.9 for unexpired term
JULIA LARMOYi Ux KLINE, D. 0., Jacksonville
ALFRED D. GLASCOCK, D. O., St. Petersburg
RALPH B. FERGUSON, D. 0., Miami
ARTHUR GEO. CHAPPELL, D. 0., Jacksonville
IVA CARR, D. 0., Tallahassee
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville., Florida, March 1, 1930.
SIR:
I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Osteopathy who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation 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. A copy of this report has been placed in the hands of each person who registered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small supply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year.
This second annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1929. 1 am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
HENRY HANSON, M. D.
Secretary, State Board of Health




4 Florida State Board of Health
Foreword
T ABLES reproduced in the back of this publication indicate the number of Doctors of Osteopathy registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the United States; foreign born by color : length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color.
In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each docto'r's name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town.
The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the telephone number of the called party. This practice normally results in the more prompt completion of your call.
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together' with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.




B ra fVital Statistics 5
D tors of Osteopathy
Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
A C
ro--Cahill, j. B., St. Petersburg ........ 415
ENew Y Caine, A. B., Indiana .......................................
Nw r- Callison, C. P., Bartow ........................ None
d G E i i n - - - - - - C a r l e t o n F T O r a n g e C t y . . . . . . . . . . .
d, H .. .. ., .... C arlson, 0 ., Indiana ........................................
B. Massachusetts ........ .. Carr, I. M ., Tallahassee .......................... 1034
B C a r t e r W C ., C a lif o r n ia ............. ..................
i W Ft. M yers ............ 6 & 1195-R Cave, F. A., M assachusetts ............................
. 2 3Chappell, A. G., Jacksonville ..... 50096
.............. ---------------- 2 327 C laverie, J. B ., Illinois ------------------------------------ ------- 366 or 367 Cleveland, M L., California ---------RPn sylvania t 2 _:..............
" ensy.lvaia-- .......... Collins, R. F., Hollywood ..---------------... None
S........ W"., KnuyComstock, B. H., Lakeland 2-4061
C., Palatka- 546 & 549 Conklin, H. L., New Jersey --------................
1 IV ntisvaIa .................
0a J Conn, M ., N ew Jersey ----------------------------------Eusts None Covey, F. A., M aine ---------------------------------s Eoa ---------------- -Cox, M. M., Tampa ---------------------- H-3710
.. .. .. .. .. J S. Io a------------------ Cozart, J. A., Pennsylvania ..................-N B ., Iow a ..-------------------- C raig, H T O rlando-------------6311
. St. et-----g-------8 Cresswell, S. E., Tampa-----H-34-501
St Petersburg ------- 60-784 Cresswell, S. G., Tampa ---------------------- 4405
!t NeYrk- ------------ -C 60..... utchfield, W. E., Miami ------------------- 3-1406
S .H., N ewC urry, E. K ., M issouri--............................
S a E...Tampa--------------------- 3921 D
Plant City ------------------------ None Damm, W. B., DeLand ----------------------------1 09
SN......Tampa------------------- None Davies, 0. P., St. Petersburg ............ 8-7714
.. A......Maine ------------------------------ Davis, C. H ., Illinois ..................................
SZephyrhills ------------------- None Day, E. F., Kentucky ................ ---.....................
e R......Maine --------------------------- Day, G. E., Tampa ----------------------- H-1618
. C......Ohio ..---.--,-...------------------- Denniston, E. L., Pennsylvania -------------------SJ R....iami.-------- Seminole 645 Dewey, A. E., Bayshore ------------------------ None
L M iam i .......................... None Diebold, W A ., California -----------------------------J. F., California ------------------- Doe, A. H., Zephyrhills ------------------------ None
Georgia .... .............------------- Dorrance, H. J., Pennsylvania ........................
A., Georgia ------------------------------ Dove, C. E., West Palm Beach ............ 7518
, Michigan ------------------------------- Dove, N. H., West Palm Beach -------- None
o ,Avon Park ------ 122 & 178-M Dykes, A. L., Tennessee ....................... .....
r o gD., In d ia n a --------- - - - - -- - .
r S. In d ian a ------------------------------------- E a d es, J B ., W e st V irg in ia ...........................
SOhio --------------------- Eisenhart, W. E., Daytona Beach1. -1140
wnsonE., Virginia -----, .............
---------- H-34-311 Ellison, W. H., Tampa ----------None
Sis ------------------------ Enright, T. M., Miami ---------------------- None
SW. F., Texas---------.... Eroh, C., St. Petersburg ........................ 68-092
D ,Conne ticut ---Erwin, E. P., M iam i ------ ............------------- 2-3941
Lakeland -----------None Erwin, M. B., Miami ................................ None
...,West Palm Beach---2-0211 Evans, A. L., Miami ........ 2-9234-R & 2-1096
Sasas. Be--- -..... F
e N......Maine-------------------------- Farr, B. H. C., New Smyrna ------------------ 107
OT --------2761 Feather, E. B., Jacksonville ---------- 5-8326
ndae, L, Olado-...4235-R & 5269 Ferguson, C. B., Miarmi----------........2-5430
T ssee. ---------- Ferguson, D. M., Indiana ..........................
flock, Bs. ................ 6484 Ferguson, R. B., M iami .........................2-5430
rnard,~~~~ H.WNwYr -------------- Flynn, E. W., Tallahassee -------------- 1034
s,. .Jknl........-3915 Fogarty, P., Indiana ......................
i Foster, J. E., North Carolina.........




6 Florida State Board of Health'
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Name Address Phone No. -Name Address Ph' Ph
G L
Gahan, L. M., Miami ---------------------------- 2-2732 LS
Gardiner, W. D., Sanford ------------------- 654-M Lewis, C. H., Winter Have----" Lindsey, 0. E. rad
Gates, 0. B., Michigan -------------------------------Linds
' Lo g, G.P., MiaiBah--Getchell, C. E., Ft. Pierce-----568 & 390 LnGP.,MaiB..
Gettinger, D. R., Arcadia ........---------- 619 L St
Ghostley, R. C., Canada -------------------------------Lum-ey,---.Gibbs, S. B., Coral Gables-..Evergreen 472 M
Gingerich, L. E., Miami ------------------------ 2-4679
Glascock, A. D., St. Petersburg --------- 4739 McCaslin, J. A., St. Petersburg
Glezen, R. A., Michigan- ------------------McCaghan, R. C., Indiana.
Goehring, H. M., Pennsylvania ------------------- McConnell, F. I., Pennsylvania
G r a y E K ., W is c o n s in ---------------- - - - - - - - --- M c I n t y r e G M ., W is c o n s in
Groenewoud, J. C., Illinois ----------------------- McKinley, C. A., Miami.....
McMains, H., Orlando......
H M
Hain, N. M., Miami -------------------------- 3-1591 Manchester, R. G., BradentonHall, S. A., Sarasota ------------- 7415 Marsh, F. M., Indiana
Harper, J., Orlando ------------------------------ 5930 Martin, C. C., Lakeland---Harris, A. J., Orlando ---------------------- None Maurer, M. E., Ohio
Harris, E. L., Georgia ------------------------------------ Meador, A. P., West Virginia.
Harris, F. W., Daytona Beach --------- 616 Medlar, S. A., Pennsylvania.
Harter, B. P., Gainesville -.... 864 & 875-W Merner, H. B., Jacksonville--Heaton, M. T., Lakeland --------2-2181 Metcalf C. A., Maine-.....
Heldt, R. C., Daytona Beach ------------------ 366 Miller D West-Virgin
Hensley, A. S., Haines City ---------------168 M ller, L., DestnV.........
Herroder, T. L., California ---------------------------- Miller, 0. S., St. Petersburg
Herst, S. J., Missouri ------------------------------------ Miller, P. H., Pennsylvania.
H erzfeld, M ., M ichigan -------------------------------- M iller, R. L., Tam pa ......
Hicks, A. B., Michigan ------------------------------- Miller-Thurgood, G. E., Clearwater
Hicks, A. L., Maine ---------------------------------------- Mitchell, C. T., Orlando------ --.
H ildreth, A G., M issouri ---------------------------- M ochrie, E., Iow a... ........ ...
Holmes, T. C., St. Petersburg -------- 4320 Money, J. V., St. Petersburg....
H olt, W L., California --------------------------------- M onroe, 3. R., O hio....-..---- ---Howell, J. C., Orlando ---------------------------- 4395 Montague, C. C., Jr., Sarasota.
Hunter, M. G., Tampa..................----------- 4107 Moore, E. A. E-St. Pe .
Hurd, N. M., Orlando ---------------------- 6484 Moore, G. W., PennSylvania
Hutton, D. F., M ichigan.......................... M oore, G. W ., Pensylvania ---------HutonD. .,Miciga-- ------------ Moore, R. D., Washington, D. C-.N
Morris, C. H., Illinois--.--......
J Moseley, J. R., St. Augustine......
Jones, E. 0., Illinois ------------------------------------ Mount, F. M., California -------Jones, L., Daytona Beach ------------------- 1145-J Muncie, C. H., New York........
'Murphy, E. E., Illinois ---------Murphy, R. W., Daytona Beach
Mutschler, 0. C., Pennsylvania.
Kane, J. E., Miami -------------2-3446
Kell, R. J., Sarasota -------------------------- 6322 N
K e lle r F B ., L a k e la n d ---------------- - - - - 3 -0 7 6 1 NB
Kerrigan, L. M., Tampa ----------- H-22-631 Nei, E., Da..yta Beah.....
Keyes, L. S., Minnesota ----------------- Noeling, G. D., Pennsylvania..
Kidwell, J. Mississippi Northern-----------------n R ennsy
K illo r e n F E ., M ia m i ---------------- - - - - 2 5 7 8 2 0
Kingsbury, L. C., Lake Wales ------------------- 84
Kinney, B. E., Illinois ---------------------------------------- O'Connell, W. F., Miami.
Kinney, L. F., Illinois ------------------------------------ O'Dell, A. D., Sebring.....
Kirkpatrick, H. T., Bartow ------------------- 8210 O'Neill, A., Daytona Beach.
Kline, J. L., Jacksonville ------------------- 5-5583 Osborn, H. C., Pennsylvania.




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DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
P Simpson, J. H., Jacksonville ........ 5-5798
rWp Colorado-----------------Singleton, R. 0., Texas .................................
A W., Clad -------------- -11- 6 Slater, A. B., DeFuniak Springs ........ None
$. ., Ohio.. ------------------ 16 Smith, A. W., Massachusetts ..........
k E H ., O hio ............................................
E& G.. Br a .................... 2-5954 Smith, F. H., Indiana .................................
H.JOio----------Smith, G. M., Miami---------------------- 2-6425
3 M. M., Bradenton----3-7301 & 2-5954 Smith, H. R., St. Petersburg -------- None
. i ... Mam.---------. 2-0724 Smith, J. R., Wyoming .............................
Michigan- ------------------- Sommer, C., Pensacola ------------------------- None
M. W., Jr., Tampa-... H-1760 Spalding, M. R., Massachusetts................
S, Colorado...................................... Spencer, P. R., Eustis ----------------------------174
, R. C., Kansas------................ Spicer, E. W ., Connecticut .............-- .....
Staff, L. E., Illinois .........................................
Q Stewart, C. B., Minnesota ..................-.............
R. T., West Palm Beach --------- 6985 Stewart, H. H., Minnesota ...........................
None Stewart-Renicks, N. V., W. Haven..70-Blue
.....,..iami.............-------Strayer, V. A., Orlando --------------------------- 6408
RT
N. L., West Palm Beach ---- 2-3604 TeallT C., stis .
erg, G., Tampa-------------- Tillney, M. R., Illinois ......................-...
e, E. L., West Virginia ----------------- Tillman, C. G., Miami ---------------- 2-2455
r ..y, F .......... Tindall, A. W., KissimmeeVr .....inia............. 34
F ., S t..................... 5-4573 T in dall, K B ., K issim m ee ------------------------ 342
S....................... 9-j Town, Fi---------Datn Bah------9JTon M., Ohio.............................
C C ., C o lo r a d o ..-- - - - - - - - -- T o w n e A D ., M is s is s ip p i -------------------------------, T. J., Jacksonville .............. 5-0600 Treble, J. M., New York .........................
on, D. D., Miami ....Edgew'ater 1130 Tuttle, F. A., Miami -----------2-2397
on, G. A., Mt. Dora -------------.... 118 Tuttle, L. K., Miami-------------------2-511
n, H. J., Miami .................... 2-6550
H., Jr., Miami Beach......5-3733 U
ilsoL. A., New Smyrna ---------- 287 Underwood, R. E., Connecticut .........
R. W., New Jersey ----------n, W. F., Pennsylvania....................
C. D., Lake Worth----Non Vaill, A. W., Massachusetts............
Apa-----------H-1068 Van de Sande, T. W., New Jersey ...........
S W
W alker, C N ., C learw ater -------------------- 2097
son, R. 0., Miami --------........... 2-1332 Walker, H. M., Texas ................................
J. 0., Massachusetts ------------ Walkup, M. B., Sebring ----------None
, A. B., Pensacola.----------624 Waler, M. E. Mt. Dora- ----------123
ndrE. A., Canada-------------------------- Ward, D. C., Winter Park ---------------- 268
nes, F. K., Leesburg ---------------- 181 Webb, W. J., Orlando------------------- None
-. E., Illinois---------------------------- Weber, W. G., Miami ------------------ 5-2257
umcher, E. L., Eustis ---------------- 173 Wheeler, G. D., Fruitland Park------None
er, J. S., Michigan..--------------W heeler, S. E., Lakeland ------------------- 3-7071
K. L., Indiana------------------------------------W hitaker, H. K., New Jersey .......................
I. G., Ft. Myers----------- 373-R White, G. H., Miami ---------------------------- 2-2522
SD. D., Michigan.------------ --- Williams, B. P., Illinois ..................... ........
S.. E., Tallahassee ------ None Williams, C. H., Pennsylvania .......................
erger, J. M., Pennsylvania Wils--o Wilsn, R. H., Pennsylvania .........................
--E. E., Kentucky ---....... Wirt, F. C., Dade City -----------------------18
r, P. A., Michigan W.......- ithers, A. M., Jacksonville .............. 5-7934
D. R., Ft. Lauderdale --------205 Wunderlich, R. C., St. Petersburg....5-2572
.prt1. E., Miami------------------- None
er, A. 31., Indiana -------------------z
ieW. D., Miami-----------..........2-5454 Zahr, 0. R., Groveland-----------..........4230
s, H. F., Pennsylvania ------------Ziegler, L. ., Illinois ...................




8 Florida State Board of Health
Doctors of Osteopathy
Arcadia: Bush, L. E.,.. Mount Dora:
Gettinger, Donald Rufus Chappell, Arthur Ge orge Richardson, Gerald
Avon Park: Feather, Effie B. .Waller, Mary Elizal
Boone, Richard Franklin Kline, 'Julia Larmoyeux New Smyrna:
Bartow: Merner, Harry Burdette Farr, Bertrand H.
Callison, C. P. Richards, Truman J. Robinson, Lloyd A
Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow Simpson, John Henry Ocala:
Bayshore: Withers, Avis M. Ball, Clarnce Siro
Dewey, Arthur Everts Kissimmee: Orange City:'
Bradenton: Tindall, Amos Willard Carleton, Fanny Th'
Manchester, Raymond G. Tindall, Kenneth B. Orlando:
Pierce, Emery George Lakeland: Brundage, Clarence
Pierce, M. Margaret Brink, Charles Allen Bulok, BCen
Clearwater: Comstock, Byron Herbert B
Miller-Thurgood, Grace E. Heaton, Mattie Thomas Craig, Harry T.
Walker, Clarence Neel Keller, Fred B. Harperi, Josephine
Coral Gables: Lumley, Leila Embrey Harris, Andrew J.
LuleHowel oehCr
Gibbs, Stephen B. Martin, Chas. C. Hurd, Nettie M.
Dade City: Wheeler, Sarah E. H N
Wirt, Frederick Cravens Lake Wales: Lindsey, 'Owen Ethr
McMains', Harrison
Daytona Beach: Kingsbury, Louis C. Mitchell, Carey T
Eisenhart, Willard Earle Lake Worth: te, re .
Harris, Frances Walton Rummel, Chauncey D. Strayer, Vere A.
Heldt, Robert C. Leesburg: Wb Wia J
Jones, Lauren Saunders, Frank K. Palatka:
Murphy, Robert William Miami: Bartholomew, Garold'
Neil, Walter E. Baker, Adam Pensacola:
O'Neill, Addison Black, John Russell Saunders, Aubrey B,
Reay, Mildred Black, Linnie Kinsman Sommer, Charles
DeFuniak Springs: Crutchfield, William E. Plant City:
Slater, Arthur Burdette Enright, Thomas M. Berry, John Morriso
DeLand: Erwin, Edmund Paul St. Augustine:
Damm, Walter B. Erwin, Minnie B. Moseley, James Rol
Miller, Louis Evans, Arthur L. St. Petersburg:
Pflueger, A. Ferguson, Cecil B. Baumgras George
Eustis: Ferguson, Ralph B. Beatty, Dale Clinton
Baugher, Leland Guy Gahan, Leo Maurice Cahill, James Brayt
Schumacher, Erwin L. Gingerich, L. E. Davies, Owen P.
Spencer, Platt Rogers Hain, Nancy Meek Eroh, Calvin
Teall, Charles C. Kane, John E. Glascock Afred De
Ft. Lauderdale: Killoren, Frances E. HoGlas, Theron Cl
Shull, David Riley McKinley, Carroll A. Love Samuel Rob
Ft. Myers: O'Connell, William F. McCaslin, James A
Baird, John W. Powrie, James D. Miller, Orion S.
Seay, T. G. Quinn, Ella X. Money, J. Vincent
Ft. Pierce: Richardson, Donald D. Moore E. Adelyn E
Getchell, Charles E. Richardson, Horace J. Rankin, Florence
Fruitland Park: Sanderson, Robert Oscar Smith, Hunter R.
Wheeler, George D. Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Wunderlich Ray
Gainesville: Sigler, William Davis W'nde
Harter, Bernard Paul Smith, George Milton Sanford:
Groveland: Tillman, Carl Gustave Gardiner, William
Zahr, Oscar R. Tuttle, Frances A. Sarasota:
Haines City: Tuttle, Lamar K. Hall, Samuel Arthur
Hensley, Alfred Salem Weber, Winifred G. Kell, Robert John
Hollywood: White, Gilbert H. Montague, Charles
Collins, Randall F. Miami Beach: Sebring:
Jacksonville: Long, George Percy O'Dell, Arthur Dea
Bush, Ida Ellis Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Walkup, Maria B.




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DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
hassee: Jones, Effie 0. Minnesota:
r, Iva Mae Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Keyes, Leslie Scranton
n, Emmett William Kinney, Lecta Fay Stewart, Clara Bealafeld
ereid, M. E. Morris, Chester H. Stewart, Harry H.
Murphy, Ethel E. Mississippi:
-ry, Albert E. Scaife, Martha Emma Kidwell, James
ry, Nelle S. Staff, Leonard Ellis Towne, Allen Dodge
elby, Doris Jones Tilley, Moses R. Missouri:
"wn, Norval Edward Williams, Byron Patterson Curry, Etna Kelso
, Martha M. Ziegler, Laura Inez Herst, Sherrell Joseph
sswell, Sara G. Indiana: Hildreth, Arthur Grant
sswell, Sidney E. Borough, Lova D. Larimore, Leland S.
y, Guilbert E. Borough, Samuel
lson, William Henry Caine, Allen Bennett New Jersey:
-nter, Melville Gunby Carlson, Oscar Conklin, Hiram Lewis
rrigan, Louise M. Ferguson, Denzil Morton Conn, Milton
iler, Robert Lee Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Rogers, Robert W.
:ssly, Mason W., Jr. McCaughan, Russell Craig Van de Sande, Theo. W.
ffenberg, Mina G. Marsh, Fern Marie Whitaker, Henry Kelsey
myen, Agnes Seaman, Kent L. New York:
Palm Beach: Siegert, Anna Mae Apthorpe, Edna Marvin
Inklow, Howard K. Smith, Frank H. Apthorpe, William
e, Chester Earl Iowa: Beeman, Edward Everett
ve, Nettie H. Baughman, Jacob Schrock Beeman, Ray Herbert
ick, Roy Terwilliger Baughman, Nanny R. B. Burnard, Harold William
der, Nannie Lurah Mochrie, Elizabeth Muncie, Curtis H.
r Haven: Kansas: Treble, John Mill
wis, Cora H. Brown, Chas. Elmer North Carolina:
wart-Renicks, Nellie V. Prisque, Raymond C. Foster, Julia E.
er Park: Kentucky: Ohio*
rd, Daniel C. Barnes, Charles W. Bu Jo D
rlls: Day, Edwin Frank Baum, John D.
lings, Leonard G. Shifflett, Ella Edwards Black, Chester Arthur
.i Borton, Samuel
-Albin H. Maine:..
3rnia: Be Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth
. Monroe, James Ross
mold, Homer John Bishop, Rachel Elmira Pheils, Ervin Henry
nchard, James F. Brown, Nora R. Pierce, Harvey James
tter, Walter Caldwell Covey, Florence Alice Town, Florence May
iveland, Mabel Lewis Hicks, Anna Louise ee
bold, Wendell August Metcalf, Charles A. Pennsylvania:
rroder, Theodore L. Massachusetts: Barber, Charles William
It, W. Luther Adams, Gertrude H. Bashaw, Joseph Pierce
unt, Florence M. Atty, Norman Belmont Bashline, Orrin Osborn
ado: Cave, Francis A. Cozart, James Allen
in, George W. Sartwell, James Oliver Denniston,Elmer Leonidas
ty, Sylvia Smith, Arthur W. Dorrance, Harold James
d, Charles C. Spalding, Manford Root Goehring, Harry Morgan
ecticut: Vaill, Anna Wadhams McConnell, Frank Ira
ke, Dewitt Henderson Michigan: Medlar, S. Agnes
er, Ernest W. Arnold, G. E. Miller, Patrick Henry
erwood, Ralph E. Bock, Leo Henry Moore,George Washington
1a: Gates, Otto Bey Mutschler, Oscar C.
velt, Rudd Glezen, Royce A. Noeling, George D.
velt, Stella Adelaide Herzfeld, Mark Northern, Robert Jerome
ris, Edwin Lewis Hicks, Anna Belle Osborn, Harry Clifton
:Hutton, Donald Fox Rossman, Walter Franklin
d, Carroll Maurice Pratt, Edwin J. Shellenberger, John M.
verie, Jean Baptiste Schwieger, James Scott Simmons, Harry Frank
is, Charles H. Sellards, Dorothy Davis Williams, Clara H.
enewoud, John C. Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Wilson, Raymond Herbert




10 Florida Statxe Board$ ofHat
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPT7HY
Tennessee: Washington, D. C.: Wiconsin
Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Moore, Riley D. Gray,
Dykes, Arthur L. West Virginia: McI
Texas:
Brackmeyer, William F. Eades, Jaes erly
Singleton, Robert 0. Meador, Aubrey Prentice Smith,
Walker, Horace M. Miller, Joseph Donley Canada:
Virginia: Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ghostl
Bowen, Margaret E. Ramsey, Frank Earl Saunders,
f
0 il
ORIDA




Bureaut of Vital Statistics1
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927
AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopathis, 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.
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 th eoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County n wihich 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 registering, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuti Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the some 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 maetrial regard was employed by anyone or occurrd in order that such license should be granted. The Clerk'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 repor tto the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certifciates 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 hereafter 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 hereunder, 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 practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgements 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application theref or, in accordance
-with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 3 1st.




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SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, 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, surgeons, 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 therefore 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 information -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 tht 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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OFFICIAL OPINIONS
OPINION NO. 19
LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
Section I 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.
* *11
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 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.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 apparent 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 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 generic 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 embrace 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 ordinarily 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 material 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 engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required 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 certificate 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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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 cannot be applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registration 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 registration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not prevent 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 a~n 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, before 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 registration 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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TABLE NO. 1-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGI$TERFD IN FLORIDA BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES-1929
COUNTIES COUNTIES 0
HU
Total ---------1303 303 1 Continued..lAlachua ------J-- I I ---- Lake --------- -- 9 j9
Baker ----------- i ---- Lee ----------- 1 3 3
Bay -------------- --- Leon ---------1---31 3 ..
Bradford --------- Levy --------- ----.....
Brevard ------- ---- Liberty ----------- ---Broward ----------.. 21 2 .. Madison ------I 1
Calhoun ------------ M anatee .------ 3 3
Charlotte ---------- Marion ------- 11 1
Citrus ------------ M artin ----------Clay ------------------.--- -... -- Monroe -------C o llie r -------- ---- N a ssa u --------- ---- ---Columbia -----I-- ---- I --- Okaloosa ------ ---- --- I
Dade ----------13.331 ---- Okeechobee --D e S o t o --- - - - - I i 1 I O r a n g e --- - - - - 1 3 1 1 3
D ixie ------------------ ---- O sceola --------- 2 1 2Duval --------1--- 10 10 Palm Beach ---- 6 6I
Escambia ------- 2 2 Pasco ----------1--- 3 3
Flagler ---------- Pinellas -------- 17 17 17
Franklin ---------- .olk ---------- 13 13
Gadsden ------- ----I Putnam olk-...- 1 1 --G ilchrist ---------.. ... ... .. St.Johns ------------ 1 1
Glades ------------ ---- ---- St. Lucie ----------. 1 1 ---Gulf -------------- ----- Santa Rosa --------.-- -Hamilton ----- ---- ---- Sarasota --------- 3 3
Hardee ------------.... Seminole ------ l i
Hendry -------I- ---- Sumter ----------- ---H e rn a n d o ------ ---- I S u w a n n e e ---- ---- ---Highlands -------- 3 3 Taylor ----------Hillsborough nion 16 16 U.--.Holmes --------l ..Volusia ---------- 13l13
Indian River ---- ---- Wakulla --------Jackson ..... Walton------- 1 1
Jefferson -------- i--. Washington ---- ..
Lafayette -----.---- I .--- Non-Residents 1140 j140 -




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TABLE NO. 2-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGISTERED)
IN FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY- 1929
STATES X 0STATESX
0
Total-------------J1291 1291 1 ---- I Continued I I
Colorado----------I 2 2 ---Montana --------1 1 1
Conlnecticut ----- 1 1 ---Nebraska------ 1 1 -Delaware------ 1 1 ---New Hampshirej 2 2 -Florida----------1 4 4 ---New Jersey------ 4 4 -Georgia ----------I 61 6 ---New Mexico ---- 1 1
Illinois ----------133133 1---- New York.------127 27 ..
Indiana ---------- 20 120 1 ---North Carolina-..I 2 2 2 -Iowa ---------1---15 151-- Ohio ------------1 35135
Kansas----------I 10 10 --- Pennsylvania ---124 24
Kentucky ------ 12 1 12 1 --- South Carolina...1 1 -Me-----------1 31 3j-- South Dakota --- 1 1 -Maryland------ 21 21.- Tennessee-----1 5 5 -Massachusetts -- 41 41---- Vermont --------I 7 7 -Michigan -------- 4 41--- Virginia....----1- 7 7K.-Minesota -----1 9 9 ---West Virginiaj --1 3 1
Misissippi---- 1] 1 ---Wisconsin -----1 61 61..
Missouri ------1-30130 -- Unknown-----17---- 7
TBLE NO. 3-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGISTERED
IN FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY-1929
COUNTRIES COUNTRIES
0. H
U U
Total ---------- 12 I12 1 .-. Continued 1 I 1
B ah a m~ as --------- 1 1 ---- F ran ce ----------- 1 1 1 -Bermuda --------- 1 1 .... Germany --------1 1 -Canada----------- 4 4 --- Sweden----------- 1 1K..
Enyand --------- 2 2 -- Switzerland --- 1 1




18 Florida State Board of Health
TABLE NO. 4-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGISTERED IN THE STATE BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA-1929
YEARSIN t YEARSIN rd
FLORIDA o o .. :
FLRDo FLORIDA0
Total -------------- 1303 1303 1 .--- Continued I
Less I year --- 98 98 ---- 35-39 years -----1 year ------- 24 24 1 40.44years------112years.----- 14 14 --- 4549years ------ I
3 years -----38138 ---50-54 years ---- --- II4 years----1-20 20O--- 55-59 years -----5-9 years------ 38 38 -- 60-64 years ----10-14 years -----15 15 69eas15-19 years---10 10 ...6-9yas---20-24 years---- 8 18 ---70-74 years -------- I I25-29 years----1 5 5 ...75-79 years -------- I
30-34 years -------- 1 1 Unknown years 31 31
TABLE NO. 5-TOTAL -NUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX-1929
MALE FEMALE
AGES AGES +
_ _ _ _U jU
Total -230 12301---ITotal 173173120-24 years 31 31---- 20-24 years ------25-29 years- -- 1 191 19 25-29 years ------ 2 2
30-34 years ----- 28 28 30-34 years ----I- 3 3 ---35-39 years ----- 27 27 ---- 35-39 years ------4 4
40-44 years -----24 24 40-44 years -----1 12 12
45-49 years ----1-- 37 37 ---- 45-49 years ----I 20 20 ---50-54 years -..... 44 44 50-54 years----I 11 11
55-59 years ----- 17 171 ---- 55-59years---- 6 6
60-64 years -----15 15 60-64.years---- 11 11
65-69 years ----1-- 12 12 ---- 65-69 years ----- 4 4
7 0 -7 4 y e a rs -------- 4 4 7 0 -7 4 y e a rs ....... ----
75-79 years -------- I 75-- 7 5-79 years -------- I-
8 0 8 4 y e a r s - - - - -- -- - 8 0 8 4 y e a r s - - - ----
Unknown years ---- ---- I --- Unknown years ---- ----






















Florida
State Board of Health
HON. CHAS. H. MANN, President, Jacksonville H. MASON SMITH, M. D., Tampa WM. D. NOBLES, M. D., Pensacola
ENRY HANSON, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
CENTRAL
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
STEWART G. THOMPSON, D. P. H., iretor
JACKSONVILLE




MEMBERS STATE BOARD CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS
E. B. PRITCHARD, D. C., Jacksonville
ROBERTA T. GRAHAM, D. C., St. Augustine
HENRY G. Cox, D. C., Jacksonville
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville., Florida, March 1, 1930.
SIR:
I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Chiropractic who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation 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. A copy of this report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to
individuals who may be licensed during the current year.
This second annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1929. 1 am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who
registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
HENRY HANSON, M. D.
Secretary, State Board of Health
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4 Florida State Board of Health
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Foreword
T ABLES reproduced in the back of this publication in-.,.
dicate the number of Doctors of Chiropractic registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and,; other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors,. by color.
In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears,.. showing each doctor's name, address (as of registration date) and.,. telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a... particular city or town.
The information relative to telephone numbers,, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing, a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the telephone number of the called party. This practice normally results in the more prompt completion of your call.
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.




Bureau of Vital Statistics5
Doctors of Chiropractic
Address Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
A H
, G. C., Live Oak ----------None Hall, E. A., Tampa.................................... 2744
son, A. E., St. Petersburg------6760 Hartnett, A. E., West Palm Beach....21528
son, W. V., Sarasota --------2357 Heal, M. M., St. Petersburg .... ----- 4-4305
l, R. E., Eustis ---------------299 Heitz, J. J., Orlando ................................ 5377
d, H. C., Miami -----------3-1300 Hicks, W. L., Plant City ...................,436
otE. D., Zephyrhills.... -None Hierhozer, L. N., Pennsylvania ............
Hook, C. R., Gainesville ....................... 84
B Hore, D. N., Marianna ....................901
,r, E. V, Daytona Beach-----378-W Horre, M. J., Miami Beach ..----...... None
G. A., Daytona Beach-----594-W I
tow......29229
a, W. V., Barto -.............292 Irion, A. D., Clearwater .......... None
.enship, 1. N., Clearwater-----2378 Irion, J. WAT., Clearwater ...................None
er, G. E., Melbourne ----------113
E. D., Hollywood ----------None J
SG. M., Ft. Lauderdale -------- 343 Jenson, W,. Eustis -------------_-_.-------------- None
l, C. 0., Lake City-----364-W
kill, R. W., Winter Haven.166-Black x
4a, W. E., Miami ---------- None Kinsinger, E. L., Lakeland .................... 3-4201
,E L., Webster----------- None Krug, I. S., Haines City -----------_-- None
C L
, 1. M., Orlando-----------6497 Lanier, C., Brooksville .....--...... None
.F. H., Miami-------------None Lawson, H. L., Palatka ............... .....-288
..ts. G. R., Wau -------- None Limpus, E. F., Seffner ...................... P. L.-532
G. McC., Lake Wales ---------- 183
SG., Jacksonville ---------- 5-5366 Mc
. R., Tampa ------------- None MacDougall, W. E., Sanford ......... 568-M
e, T. M., Tampa----------- None McIntosh, D. C., West Palm Beach..2-5021
MacQuarrie, L. N., Pennsylvania .....-D
i, T. C., St. Petersburg -------- 153 M
. R., Winter Haven ------------------- 102 Maberry, E. J., Homestead ........................ 95
..ey, 3. M., Milton -------------155 Mahan, E. R., Bushnell .................... None
M. S., Tampa---------- H-24-054 Mahan, H. A., Bushnell ---------------------- None
J. F., Sanford ------------- None Mathis, C. E., Vero Beach ...............-102
, B. R. Jacksonville ....... 5-4115 Mattocks, F. H., St. Petersburg .... 5-0079
, M. M., Stuart-----------None Mentz, G. W., Orlando ........................ None
Montan, S. E., Wauchula ..................... None
F Montgomery, L. E., Bartow .............. None
roug C. W., Punta Gorda. None Moore, M. M., Ocala ............................. 275
worth, J. H., St Petersburg ....None Morgan, A. M., Avon Park ........... None
W. A., DeLand..........-438- Mortenson, E. A., Sarasota ........... None
C. E., Jacksonville.......-5-0410 Murdaugh, H. D., Haines City --------- None
r, F. J., West Palm Beach.7637 Murphy, H. H., Haines City ............17
er, 3. R., West Palm Beach ---- 2-2434 Myers, W. B., Tampa .......-.............2-3466
G 0
A. L., Leesburg..........-231 Oestricher, A. R., Winter Park ........ None
0,C. R., Leesburg...........---------231
aW. C., Pensacola........393 P
man, W. A., W. Palm Beach .... 2-2829 Palmquist, A. P., Pensacola........-------583
o C. E., Tampa.............2899 Patterson, G. L., Tallahassee ............928
VR. T. St. Augustine.....------.324 Pierce, E. S., Tampa. -.H-3733
haT. F., Quincy...........----------348 Plattner, M. E., Tampa ............. M-60-652
, B., DeFuniak Springs ....None Poling, C. F., Ohio .............................
aR. R., Fort Myers........ 528-M Poling, E. H., Ohio .............................




6 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Ph&Pop, F. J., Jr., Cocoa ------------------ None Smith, M. C. R., Tarpon Springs-.
Powers, R., Jr., Miami ---------------- None Smith, S. M.,' Coral Gables.. Evergreen,
Pritchard, E. B., Jacksonville --------- 5-0722 Smith, V. B., Tampa---Prosser, J. L., Tampa ------------------------ M-1158 Spearing, H. A., Jacksonville(Col.>5-.
P r o s s e r M L ., T a m p a ---------------- - - - - M 1 1 5 8 S p e ig h t W E ., L a k e la n d
Puddicombe, R., Tampa -----------------------------.2944 Spurck, H. A., Jacksonville.....
Stephan, W. F., Clearwater....
Q Stephenson, R. W., Gainesville.....N
Quigley, F. A., Bradenton --_--------------- None Sykes, E. N., Orlando.......
R T
Rabb, E. A., Arcadia ----------------------------- 184 Takahashi, J. M., Gainesville
RAi1 Takahashi, T., Gainesville (Jap.. N Rainey, D. I., Tallahassee ----------231 Tessmann, E. H., West Palm Beach.N
Rawls, J. G., Jacksonville -------------------- 5-2376 Thornton, F. R., W est Palm Beach-,
Renzulli, P. E., Jacksonville -------- 3-1061 Thornton, F. W ., St. Petersburg. 7
Reynolds, L. E., Ohio-- ----------------- Thornton, K. N., West Palm Beach.2
R ichholt, E H ., H ollyw ood -------------------- N on e T ho on B N Pe s b
Rose, J. I., Bradenton ---------------------- None Tilson, B. D., St. PetsrS V
Sackhoff, C., St. Cloud- ---_-_-_------------- None Vail, K.F., Lockhart.......... .
Sagvold, T E ., Jacksonville --------_ 5-5321
Saunders, R. G., Lake Worth ......... 760-J
Scarborough, J. Q., Lakeland --------- 3-9771 Walls, W. T., Tampa ....--- -----Schoenthaler, W. F., Lake Worth....None Wendland, H. J., Bradenton.. ..2Schubert, F. S., Ohio ------------------------------------ W hite, J. M., Miami ...........25Schubert, G. H., St. Petersburg ------ None Whiteleather-Moeller, V., N. Smyrna. N
Schubert, W. A., Miami --------_---------_ None Wolfe, W. F., Wildwood ----------N
Shafer, A. H., Jr., Jacksonville --------- 5-6759 Worthing, B. W., St. Petersburg N
Shearer, J. B., DeLand --------...........------------- 43 Worthing, H. M., St. Petersburg N
Sherlock, G. R., St. Augustine --------- 627-J Wright, A. R., St. Petersburg -----6-6
Shumate, M. L., St. Petersburg ...... None Wright, 0. D., St. Petersburg ....N
Simonson, M. R., Ft. Lauderdale ....... None Sligh, E. A., Lakeland --------_-_--------_-- None Y
Sligh, J. E., Lakeland .................. 3-6835 Young, C. W., Tampa ........ H-29Doctors of Chiropractic
Arcadia: Blankenship, Iva Neil Jenson, William
Rabb, Earle Alvin Irion, Alma Dorothy Ft. Lauderdale:
Avon Park: Irion, John William Boyle, George Martz
Morgan, Arch Marlin Stephan, William Fred Simonson, Marie R.
Bartow: Cocoa: Ft. Myers:
Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Pop, Frank J., Jr. Gresham, Robert R.
Bethea, Walter V. Coral Gables: Gainesville:
Montgomery, Leonard E. Smith, Stella Melsen Hook, Cecil R.
Bradenton: Daytona Beach: Stephenson, Ray W.
Quigley, Flora A. Baker, Emma Viola Takahashi, Jessie Ma
Rose, James Irving Baker, Giorgianna A. Takahashi, T. (Jap.)
Wendland, Herman J. DeFuniak Springs: Haines City:
Brooksville: Greer, William Boyd Krug, Inda Sinclair
Lanier, Clyde DeLand: Murdaugh, Henry Di
Bushnell: Finley, Walter Arthur Murphy, Houston Hil
Mahan, Ethel Reed Shearer, John Boyd Hollywood:
Mahan, Harry Allen Eustis: Boyle, Eva Dell
Clearwater: Angell, Robert E. Richholt, sther Holr




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DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
stead: Ocala: Tampa:
berry, Elmer J. Moore, Marion M. Coyne, John R.
onville: Orlando: Coyne, Teresa Mary
, Henry Grady Carson, Ida Maud Derst, Maude S.
d, Blanche R. Heitz, John J. Gordon, Charles Elmer
ter, Cecil Eugene Mentz, Gustav W. Hall, Emory A.
itchard, Emmett B. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Myers, William Burns
wls, John Greison Palatka: Pierce, Edwin Stanley
nulli, Paul E. Lawson, Howard L. Plattner, Max Edmund
old, Thomas Ellward Pensacola: Prosser, John L.
fer, Alfred H., Jr. Goelz, William Charles Prosser, Mary L.
earing, H. A. (Col.) Palmquist, Andrew P. Puddicombe, Raymond
rck, Hiram A. Plant City: Smith, Virgil B.
City: Hicks, Wilbur Lee Walls, William Thomas
dwell, Clinch Punta Gorda: Young, Charles Warren
ad: Fambrough, Charles W. Tarpon Springs:
singer, Elvin Lee Quincy: Smith, Maybel C. Roberts
rborough, Jason Q. Grantham, T. F. Vero Beach:
gh, Emma A. St. Augustine: Mathis, Clarence E.
gh, Joseph Edgar Graham, Roberta T. Wauchula:
eight, Walter Edward Sherlock, George R. Clements, George R.
Wales: St. Cloud: Montan, Sarah E.
rates, George McCreary Sackhoff, Catherine Webster:
Worth: St. Petersburg: Burch, Eugene L.
unders, Richard G. Anderson, Ada E. West Palm Beach:
oenthaler, William F. Daniel, Theodore Conrad Frazier, Frank J.
urg: Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Frazier, Josie Roebuck
o, Alice L. Heal, Minnie M. Goodman, William A.
o Cecil R. Mattocks, Fred H. Hartnett, Alene Eve
Ok: Schubert, Geo. H. McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell
er, George Coe Shumate, Mary Louise Tessmann, Edgar H.
Thornton, Fred W. Thornton, Frank Roscoe
l, Kenneth Francis Tilson, Bertha Davis Thornton, King N.
a: Worthing, Burt W. Wildwood:
rne, Daniel N. Worthing, Helen Marie Wolfe, William F.
ourne: Wright, Ancil Raymond Winter Haven:
mer, G. E. Wright, Ollie Duling Brunskill, Rob't. Williams
i: Sanford: Dean, James Robert
old, Henry Clayton Diesel, John Frederick Winter Park:
teau, William Emory MacDougall, William E. Oestricher, Albert R.
se, Forrest Harnden Sarasota: Zephyrhills:
wers, Richard, Jr. Anderson, William Virgil Arnot, Emerson David
hubert, W. Alton Mortenson, Edwin A. Ohio:
hite, John Merrill Seffner: Poling, Charles French
a Beach: Limpus, Edw. Frederick Poling, Edith Haynes
rre, Munro J. Stuart: Reynolds, Leo Eugene
n: Dyer, Myrtle Mabel Schubert, Frederick S.
laney, John Mansfield Tallahassee: Pennsylvania:
Smyrna: Patterson, George Lester Hierholzer, Leo N.
iteleather-Moeller, V. Rainey, Dennett Isaiah MacQuarrie, Laura N.




8 Florida State Board of Health
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 provide 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 registering, 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 Clerk'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 hereafter 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 hereunder, 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 practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an. officer authorized to take acknowledgements 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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, 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.




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SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, 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, surgeons, 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 therefore 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 information 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.




10 Florida State Board of Health
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 or 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 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 thes e 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 apparent 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.




OFFCIAL OPINION'S
I mof the opinion that the words: "every other medical and/or material
methodof the practice of the healing art," as used in this Act are words of enealimport which are limited by the specification of the particular words thertofoe used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generis apples nd limits the general words to thze same class of things as are covered
bthe specific words.I
In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kndred 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 embrace 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 niot.
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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the requireme~nt 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
terules and regulations of the Dental Board and the laws of Florida.
OPINION NO. 22
RGISTRATION: 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 naturop ltby is defined as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem to include professional masseurs, which practitioner would fallI under the classification of those engaged in the practice of material 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 engaed in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
OPINION NO. 23
REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS-PROFESSIONAb 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 cear from the provisions of Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927, tt all electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs should have a certiicteas such from the State Board of Naturopathic Examiners before theyexecise the right to practice their respective professions as such if teetwo~ sciences utse mechanical, psychological or material health sciences adto aid in punifing, cleansing and normalizing human tissues for the preervtion~ or restoration of health according to the fundamental principles of natmy, physiooy, and applied psychology as it is apparent that they do.




12 Florida State Board of Health
OFFICIAL OPINIONS
Of course, if the Naturopathic Board of Examiners has not is,-.,ed any license to ele ctro-the rap eutists and professional masseurs- the provisions of Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, requiring them to register certificates caninot be applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registration 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 registration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the -failure itself will not prevent 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 apn 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, before 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 re 'corded 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 registration 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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AABLE NO. 1-DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES-1929
COUNTY ES COUNTIES
U U
Total --------- 1144 1142 2 1 Continued Alachua -------I 4 3 1 Lake ---------1---- 3 3 ....
Baker ---------. ---- Lee ----------j 1
Bay- -------------------- Leon ------------- 2 2 ---Bradford -.-------- -- --.-- Levy -------------- ---- ----
Brevard -------I 2 2 ---- Liberty ---------- ----.. ...
Broward ----..---I 4 4 ---- Madison --------- ---- -.Calhoun ..------ --- .- ---- ---- Manatee --------I 3 3 ---Charlotte-------- 1 1 ---- Marion ---------- 1 1
Citrus-------- ---- ---- ---- Martin ---------- 1 1
.Clay ---------------- ---- ---- ---- Monroe ----------- ---Collier ------------------ ---- Nassau ------------- I-Columbia ----- 1 1 ---- Okaloosa ---------- --.Dade ----------- 10 10 -- Okeechobee --- ---- ---DeSoto --------I 1 1 .. Orange ----------- 6 6
Dixie ------------ ---. -- ---- Osceola ----------- 1 1
Duval -------- 10 9 1 Palm Beach ---1-- 9 9 ..Escambia -----I 2 2 ---- Pasco ----------- 1 1Flagler ------------- ---- ---- Pinellas ---------- 18 18 ---Franklin ---------- ---- ---- Polk ------------------- 12 12
Gadsden -------- 1 1 ---- Putnam ------------- 1 1
Gilchrist ------ ---- ---- ---- St. Johns ---------- 2 2 ....
Glade ------------- I ---- -- St. Lucie ------.... ---- ---- ---Gulf ---------- --- ---- ---- Santa Rosa --- 1
Hamilton ------ ..... .. Sarasota ------1- 2 2 .
Hardee -------1-2 2 Seminole ....------1 2 2
Henry -------------- ---- Sumter ---------- 4 4 ---S.Hernando ------- ---- Suwannee -------- 1 1
Highlands ------I -- Taylor ------------ ---Hillsborough 7 17 ... Union ------------ --H o l m e s - - - - - - - V o l u s i a - - - - - - 6 6 -
Indian River- I 1 1 Wakulla --------Jackson ---------1 1 1 Walton -------1--1
Jefferson ------I .... ashington
Laf ayette.--------- I. Non-Residents 7 7_




14 Florida State Board of Health
TABLE NO. 2-TOTAL NUMBER' DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTER
IN FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY-1929
S i- ,, i ..)
STATES C) STATES
Total -------. 132 1131 1 1 Continued I I I Alabama ----------.i. 1I --- Nebraska ----- 3..
Coinecticut 1--- 1 l -- New Hampshirel 1 I 1 -Florida----------- 201191 1 New Jersey------ 2 21
Georgia -..---------- 10 10 1--- New York ------6 6 6K
Illinois ---------10 10 ---- North Carolina-1 1 1 '1 1
Indiana --------- 71 7 ---- North Dakota .... 1 1
Iowa ------------- 71 71 -- Ohio ------------1 9
Kansas ------------ 4 4 ---- Pennsylvania 1--- 10 10
Kentucky ------- 8 8 -.-- South Carolinaj 3 1 3 I ---Massachusetts 5 5 1--- Vermont --------f I I
Michigan -------- 4 4 ---- West Virginia.. 2 2 i
Minnesota -------- 1 1 ---- Wisconsin -----I 7 7
Missouri ----------- 21 2. Unknown ---------1 6 6
TABLE NO. 3-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTERED
IN FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY-1929
COUNTRIES COUNTRIES
_____ U
Total -12 111 11 Continued I I
Canada-------15 5 Ireland ------- I I -France ------ I 1.... Italy --------- 1
Germany ------I 1 .... Nova Scotia---I i i
Japan ---- -1 Sweden -------------- i 1




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i.'TBLENO. 4-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTERED N THESTTE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA-1929
0~
FLORIDAFLORIDA
TtalI------------ 1144 1142 12 I Continued I I
ess 1 year -------- 5 5 ---- 35-39 years------ 6 5 1
1 year-------- 6 6 ---- 40-44 years ----- 1 11
2 years----1 11 11 ---45-49 years----I 41 4/
3 years ------ 19 18 1 1.0-54 years-I 1 I........
years ------8 5Syar--/-- I-- -..y -8 30 -- 55-594years- -I ... I... I..
044 years-----22 2 -- 6569years----I 6I I -I---I I 30
15419years -----13 13 65-6974years ----2i24years- ........ 7 ....
-29 ears ----- 10 10 75-79 years --------8.I
Years ------ 1 1 Unknown years 1 1
ABLE NO. 5-TOTAL NUMBER DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTERED
IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEx- 1929
MALE FEMALE
2 y e ars - 3i .... 2 0 -2 4 y e a --------.
2 -9y ars. ----- 1 18 --- 75-29 years ----- 22 -.30..a .- --------0 21 2 -... ye ..To---- 4 3
404years -------3 35 1 ---- 20-4years 1---- 1
4-49 years ----- 18 18 2-- 5-49years -------2 2 -4 years-----21.... 0-4 years ------ --9 years -----1 1 1 35-39 years ------4 4
6644years 15--- 15 4 -- 0-44 years -------8 8 --49 years ---16 16 4OTO5-49 years ------ 1 EGI--RE
5 .4 years .........---2 -0-74 years ------ 3....
-9 years- ......---- 1 5-59 years ------4 4
88years .0-8.... 80-4 years ------- 8 8
Uwn years. ---- Unknown years ........



















Florida
Sate Board of Health
HON. CHS H. MANNI President, Jacksonville
H. MASON SMITH, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. NOBLES, M. D., Pensacola
HERY HANSON, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
C ENTRAL
BR EALU OF VITAL STATISTICS
STEARG. THOMPSON, D. P. H., Director
JACKSONVILLE




MEMBERS STATE BOARD NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS
MILTON H. ROBERTS, West Palm Beach
CHAS. W. SIDNEY, Jacksonville
(resigned, term expires July 14, 1930)
R. A. BRYANT, Tampa
(commissioned April 15, 1929
for unexpired term)
WALTER T. PERRY, Lake Worth
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitt by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.
I




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930.
SIR:
I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Naturopathy who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation 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. A copy of this report has been placed in the hands of each person who registered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small supply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year.
This second annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to r-egister again for 1929.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
HENRY HANSON, M. D.
Secretary, State Board of Health




4 Florida State Board of Health
Foreword
T ABLES reproduced in the back of this publication indicate the number of Doctors of Naturopathy registered in
Floidaby color and counties; those born in Florida and
other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color.
In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor's name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town.
The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the telephone number of the called party. This practice normally results in the more prompt completion of your call.
Chapter 12005, Acts-.of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from. Attorney General, Honorable'Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.




Bea of Vital Statistics5
Dotors of Naturopathy
eAddress Phone No. Name Address Phone No.
A Hardy, W C., Apalachicola ..... .....
rnethy, G.H. eFuniak Springs...351 Heitz, A. W., Sanford .............531-W
enH.M., St. Petersburg ------6971 Heitz, J. J., Orlando, .................... ~~5377
B Hicks, C. E., Lake Worth...........830-j
dnM. J., West Palm Beach ..None Hoffmn, A. H., Orad ............81
2u T.P. Palm Beach ----------2425 Holm, A. H., Tampa ......................Nn
th, C. F., Safety Harbor --------2 12 H l ,M a p ................N n
itzR. M., Homestead. --------- None Hurst, M., St. Petersburg --------------None
na L., New Yo k-----------------me ,L., M iam i ------------------------- N one Koe R ,T m a....................N n
, E. E., T None K
J.ud S----s-....---N n eb B., Ta mpa ............................ M -1177
, EC., Jr, Eagle Lake-----None Kennedy, S. I., Miami ............................ 3-1388
anR. A., Tampa --------------- M-1391 Kipnis, S. B., New Jersey. --------------------c Kipnis, W. S., New Jersey ....................
1< J. A., Miami ---------------------------- 20393 L
e, M, Miami ------------------N one Lauber, J. H., St. .12
d, W. E., Palm o None Lee, G. L., DeLand ..................................304
IckrhmC.. D., Tampa --------------4318 Lentjes, F., Tampa ------------------ 1-1313
l Miami -------------- None Lindlahr, V. H, Eagle None
P E ., T a m p a ------------ ---------- - - - - - - N o n e M c
D E ., L o n g w o o d ---------------- - - - - N o n e ..
SJ. R., Tampa .......------------- None Mcbe, B., a ....................681
, E., West Palm Beach --- None M
na.C. R., West Palm Beach -- 4087 Mann, R. H., Tampa ........................ H-46-933
D M atera, J. M ., New York .......................---.....
,l 0, Clearwater ------------------None Merley, J. M., Lake Worth ----------None
A., Tampa -------------H-232 Murray, L. M., Miami........... 2-3408
i H. X., Sulphur Springs- .-- None Myers, G. B., St. Petersburg ........ No e
; U. L., Palm Beach -------- None N
., Jacksonville-----------5-1029 Niemi, I. S., Daytona Beach N30e
E
, W., Miami ---------_------------ 2-2848 0
on3., Sarasota ------------------------ None Oakley, L. W., Orlando -----------_---- None
F O l i v e r i V N e w Y o rk. . . . . . . .
, W J., Ft. Lauderdale ... None P
L. S., Tampa --------H 45913 Peerman, R. W., Tampa ----------....6.3-.3.94
leW. A., DeLand------------------- 438 Perry, W. T., Jacksonville ---------5-7912
JSt. Petersburg-at7-6188 Posner, E. R., New York .........................
eA., Tampa ------------------------------ None R
S., New York --------------- Randall, M. I., Jacksonville ......---.... 5-8378
schko C. S., Virginia ------------------- ---------- Richards, D. J, Estero........ Nearby R-1302
G Riley, L. B., St. Petersburg.................... 6775
J Tampa -------------- Y3407 Ronning, P. C., West Palm Beach .... 2-2011
er, .A T m a -----------------S-3304 S
r i A ., Lake .. None Sagvold, T. E., Jacksonville............-5321
NT A. Ft. Myers.---- 483-R Schippell, T. M., Washington, D. C ... N-5297
HSchreiber, A., Pennsylvania---- ................
iiii~ ~~ Sia )................. o e lOake, A.., ra ndo -------------------------- 2-3768Non
1, B. Ta pO h----------------M 5 -2erg B., M iam ............................................
, J.d. E Tampa------------- H-26-181 Sidney, C. W., Jacksonville .................... None
.S. New York ......................... Single, V. L., M am i Beach .............. None




6 'Florida Stato B~oard (of IHealh
DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY
Name Address Phone No. Name Address Phonej.
Sisson, R. R., Jacksonville ---------5-5776 V
Slater, A. M., Eustis -------------------None Valdes, J. R. S., Tampa -------- N
Slater, C. E., Eustis ---------------------- None VtiMraHTmp----Smith, T. K., Coral Gables..----.Evergreen 33 Vogelarn, ., STma------- Peter---rg- N
....~~~~~og l M .Q ..... St Petrs ur ....... No........=..... ....,==,.
Spearing, H. A., Jacksonville --------- 5-4825
Sust y de Lianos, A. A.,' Tampa-------- None
T Wambaugh, J. L., Ojus -..--- ..... --------.
Tanenbum M.L. Dae Cty------ Nne Weaver, L. "E., Tampa ---------------N
Tannenbau, L., ado ve City .----None W einger, I., M iami -----------------2-2
TWeissberg, S., Jacksonville ---------- No
SoWestlake, L., Jacksonville. -----...N W h e e le r F ., V a iric o -------,---------------- N o '
Urbuteit, F., Sulphur Springs........-1739 Whitesides, G. H. E., Lake Helen
U.trecht, W., Tampa ------------H-1313 Whiting, E. E., Jacksonville-----5-882
Doctors of Naturopathy
Apalachicola: Thompson, Edward Daniel Cleveland, Walter E.
Hardy, Willie Clayton Weissberg, Simon di Ghilini, Ulrich L.
Clearwater: Westlake, Luella Safety Harbor:
Dahl, Oliver Whiting, Ernest Edwin Barth, Con F.
Coral Gables: Lake Alfred: St. Cloud:
Smith, Tilman K. Glorig, Aram Hovanness Briggs, Jessie M.
Dade City: Lake Helen: St. Petersburg
Tannenbaum, Maurice L. Whitesides, Gertrude H.E. Allen, Henry Montgo
Daytona Beach: Lake Worth: Fitzpatrick, John Geor
Niemi, Ivar S. Hicks, Claude E. Hurst, Milton
DeFuniak Springs: Merley, John M. Lauber, John Hayes
Abernethy, George Halsey Longwood: Myers, Galen B.
DeLand: Cortez, Don Emanuel Riley, Lloyd Bruce
Finley, W. Arthur Miami: Vogel, Max A.
Lee, Guy L. Bettles, Gertrude A. Sanford:
Eagle Lake: Blumer, Louis Heitz, A. W.
Brookman, Edwin C., Jr. Camara, Joseph Anthony Sarasota:
Lindlahr, Victor H. Casey, Phyllis M. Eynon, John
Estero: Cold, Katherine M. Sulphur Springs:
Richards, David John Evans, Thomas Watson Davis, Charles H. X.
Eustis: Hellman, Faye Urbuteit, Fred.,
Slater, Anne M. Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Tampa:
Slater, Charles E. Murray, Lorna M. Bradshaw, Ella E.
Ft. Lauderdale: Selige, Adolph Bryant, Robert Abne
Feldmann, William John Selige, Bertha Cockerham, Corbett D
Ft. Myers: Weinger, Isidor Cold, Paul E.
Gresham, T. A. Miami Beach: Coyne, John R.
Homestead: Singley, V. Leeds Davis, Alexander
Benitez, R. M. Ojus: Fernandez, L. Soto
Jacksonville: Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Friebel, Anna
Dux, Henry Orlando: Gavilla, Julio
Perry, Walter T. Heitz, John J. Gilbert, Naulbert A.
Randall, Muriel Isobel Hoffman, Eugene S. Hall, Bartow
Sagvold, Thomas E. McFerrin, Charles B. Hall, Julia E.
Sidney, Charles Watson Oakley, Leonard Wicks Holm, A. Harry
Sisson, Roscoe R. Palm Beach: Holm, Mary S.
Spearing, Herman Aguire Ballou, Thurston P. Jones, Rollin




DOCTRSO NATUROV4THY
I ee Gog engali West Palm S3each: Hauoka, N. S.
,bnjsFrdBaisden, M. J. Matera, Joseph Mario
fnRcad Henry Crandall, Burton Edwin Oliveri, Vincent
TeraRoy Wendell Crandall, Charles R. Posner, Emil Roy
.Ss eLianos, A. A. Ronning, Paul C. Pennsylvania:
,tehWlimNew Jersey: Schreiber, August
,.Vids J .Kipnis, Sophia B. Virginia:
ViiMrai 1Hnnibal Kipnis, Walter Seth Frischkorn, Carl Salem
eavr, Laura E. New York: Washington, D. C.:
o:Bernau, Ludwig Armstrong, James R.
eeler~ Franklin Friedman, Samuel Schippell, Theresa Marie
My RECORDSI
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8 Florida State Board of Health
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927
AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Prac',ticin the Medical and/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida; to provide Fees for the same and Penalties for Violation.
BE IT ENACTED B3Y 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 a 'nd the source, number and date of his license to practice. Before registering, 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 Clerk'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 hereafter 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 hereunder, 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 practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgements 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of su~ch Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and /or material healing art upon his application theref or, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.1




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SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, 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, surgeons, 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 therefore 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 information 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.




10 Florida State Board of Health
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 oil.
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 Stale 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."
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 apparent 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 a4d/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice.




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1929 Registration of Practitioners of Medicine in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, D. P. H.

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Florida State Board of Health Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola Henry Hanson, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h., ‘Director Jacksonville

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f ^5^ H Hs? MEMBERS STATE BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINERS James B. Griffin, St. Augustine S. E. Driskell, Jacksonville Thos. D. Vassar, Lakeland N. A. Baltzell, Marianna Thos. W. Hutson, Miami Wm. M. Rowlett, Tampa Jas. E. Crump, Winter Haven John D. Raborn, Shamrock John M. Mann, Lake Butler Eugene G. Peek, Ocala Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930,

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930. SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registra tion of Doctors of Medicine who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chap ter -2005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this re port has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year. This second annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have regis tered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics HENRY HANSON, M. D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health T a b l es reproduced in the back of this publication in dicate the number of Doctors of Medicine reg'istered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color. In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctorÂ’s name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town. The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the tele phone number of the called party. This practice normally re sults in the more prompt completion of your call. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 Doctors of Medicine Name Address Phone No. A Abbott, M. S. G., Pensacola (Col.).909 Aber, A. H., St. Petersburg .None Abras, J. E., Miami.3-2335 Adams, D. H., Titusville.69 Adams, D. M., Panama City .187 Adams, G. E., Jacksonville.5-6437-VV Adams, J. L., Baker.None Adams, T. A., Daytona Beach (Col.).—474-J Adams, T, S., Jacksonville.5-7132 Adamson, W. P., Tampa.3413 Adkins, E. H., Miami.2-8716 Adolphus, G.. Clearwater.2217 Agos, I. H., Miami.2-3555 Airth, H. F., Live Oak.265 Albaugh, A. P., Tarpon Springs.8106 Albritton, A. B., Wildwood.57 Alexander, O. R., Winter Haven.439 Alison, J. F., Alabama. Allen, B., Tampa.M-1166 Allen, J. F., Jacksonville.5-5776 Allen, O. F., Miami.2-4416 Allred, I. P., Frostproof.12 Alsobrook, B. E., Zephyrhills.None Alsobrook, J, W., Plant City.355 Altree, R. F., Tampa.3743 Ames, A. M., Pensacola.910 Anderson, C.. Holopaw.None Andersc^n, J. G., Lake City.385-W Anderson, J. M., Cross City.79 Anderson, J. M., Sebring.None Anderson, L. M., Lake City.274 Anderson, M. J., Tampa (Col.).4822 Anderson, T. S., Live Oak.234 Anderson, W. D., Largo.2221 Anderson, W. E., Pensacola.158 Andrews, C. A., Tampa.3972 Andrews, E. D., South Carolina. Andrews, E. H., Gainesville.1096 Andrews, L. L., Orlando.3141 Andrews, M. M., (')rlando.4511 Archie, E. O., Clearwater (Col.).29-636 Arms, B. L., Jacksonville. Armstrong, F. K., Ft. Myers.918 Arnold, L. J., Lake City.230 Aronovitz, S., Miami.2-1565 Ashley, K. C., Orlando.3141 Ashton, W. L., Umatilla.145-02 Aurin, E. C., Ft. Ogden.T-505 Ausley, C. M., Tallahassee.168 Avera, J, B., Georgia. Ayars, E. W., Coconut Grove.None Ayer, R. B., Gainesville (Col.).194-W Name Address Phone No. B Babcock, D. T., Miami.2-1556 Babcock, H, C., Miami 2-5300 Bacon, H., Jacksonville .7-4704 Baker, J. M., Miami 2-6311 Baker, L. A., Miami .3-2790 Baker, R. M., Jacksonville 5 7336 Baker, W. J., Eastport N o n e Baldwin, R. H., West Palm Beach....2-1962 Baldwin, R. E., Tampa 4901 Ballard, I. W., Miami 2 -2772 Baltzell, N. A., Marianna 9 1 Barfield, F. G., Jacksonville 5 0 5 3 9 Barfield, J. O., Miami 2 -6268 Barge, H. A., Miami 2 -6324 Barge, W. J., Miami 2 -6324 Barker, F. T., Tampa 4 390 Barker, S. J., Largo N o n e Barnes, B. F., River Junction 7 7 Barnes, E. M., Alabama Barnett, R. A., White Springs 9101 Bartee, L. H., Hastings N o n e Bartlett, C. W., Tampa M 5 7 09 Bartlett, C. W., Jr., Tampa. Y -1347 Baskin, J. G., Dunnellon 5 4 Basso, E. R., Key West. N o n e Bates, G. L., Daytona Beach 5 7 0-J Bates, T. H., Lake City. .214 Baumgartner, C. J., Jacksonville .5-3522 Bazemore, M. K., West Palm Beach..None Beals, J. A., Jacksonville.7-2101 Bean, I. F., Melbourne.17 Beardall, H. M., Orlando 6211 Beaty, J. J., Jennings 1 Beckman, G. E. Jacksonville 5 1 5 4 1 Beggs, J. M., Chattahoochee 8 5 Bell, J. D., Pensacola.402 Bell, K. R., Illinois. Berry, N. C., Jacksonville 5 0423 Bertram, A. J., Miami 2-6712 Bertrem, J, W., Havana Besenbruch, P. W., Davenport 1 7 4 Betton, G. W., Jacksonville N o ne Bevis, H. P., Arcadia 352 Bevis, W. M., Bartow N o n e Beyer, A. R., Tampa 2 233 Bickerstaff, J. H., Pensacola 1 2 1 2 Biddle, J. K., Daytona Beach 278 Biddle, P, D., Brewster N o n e Bidwell, A. M., Tampa 2 008 Bieker, A. M., St. Petersburg 4 398

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Bieker, S. B., St. Petersburg.4398 Binkley, J. F., West Palm Beach.6024 Bishop, B. M., Archer.3 Bitzer, E. W„ Tampa.3951 Black, M. E., Clearwater.2828 Black, R. C., Plant City.319 Blackmar, R. W., Jacksonville.5-4649 Blackmon, H. J., Tampa.2256 Blackshear, R. D., Panama City.94-W Blackshear, W. J., Panama City.94-W Blair, W. M., West Palm Beach.6890 Blake, L, W., Bradenton.35-281 Blake, W. C., Tampa.3401 Blalock, A. L., Madison.97 Blanchard, H. H., Georgia. Blanton, I. L., Sanderson.None Blinn, T. A., Jacksonville.5-1822 Boccelato, S. L., Tampa.S-7153 Bohannon, C. C., Daytona Beach.234 Boles, D. S., Miami.2-9159 Boling, J. R., Bradenton. Boone, J. L., Jacksonville.5-5816 Boone, J. W. C., Missouri. Booth, W. R., Campbellton.None Boothe, R. C., Ft. Pierce.338 Bostelman, E., Ft. Myers.482 Bothwell, G. E., Mayport.None Bottari, G. C., Tampa.Y-1566 Bouchelle, L. B., New Smyrna.12 Bowen, F. J., Jacksonville. Bowen, J. T., Clearwater. 2181 Box, C. C., Willow.None Box, W, C., Graceville.4 Boyce, H. P., Tampa.2585 Boyd, J. E., Jacksonville.5-0303 Bradshaw, J. T., Lake Jovita.None Brann, H, W., California. Bransford, L. E., Jacksonville.5-7681 Brantley, G. H., Lake Worth.12 Brantley, Z., Grandin.15 Bredow, P. W., Glenwood.None Brevard, E. M., Tallahassee.168 Brewer, W. A., Tennessee. Brewster, W. A., Callahan.703 Brillhart, H. L., Jacksonville.5-0884 Brink, F. A., Jacksonville.2-2396 Brinson, H., Kissimmee.248 Brinson, J. B., Jr., Monticello.239 Brinson, P. A., Baldwin.14 Brinson, W. D., Baldwin.14 Britt, R., Bunnell. Broadbent, O. P., Jacksonville.7-3645 Bronstein, E., Tampa.Y-4713 Brown, E. E., Tennessee. Brown, E. F., Lake City.181 Brown, F. L., Jacksonville.5-2815 Brown, G. W., Brewster.None Brown, H. O., Clearwater.2673 Name Address Phone No. Brown, J. O., Palmetto.3-1603, 2-7171 Brown, J. W., Miami.None Brown, L. V. L., DeLand.700 Brown, O. C., Ft. Lauderdale.519 Brown, R. L., Jr., Jacksonville (Col.) 5-0201 Brown, V. L., Georgia. Bruce, J. R., Jasper.72 Brunner, E. C., Miami.2-5935 Brunson, H. B., Pensacola.1870 Brunson, J. E., South Carolina. Brush, S. P., Ft. Lauderdale.None Bryan, C. H., Bradenton.None Bryan, W. H., Scanlon.1311 Bryans, H. L., Pensacola.925 Bryans, R. L., Pensacola.309-R Bryant, J. M., Jacksonville.7-2183i Buck, W. J., Belle Glade.None| Buckman, T. E., Jacksonville.7-4137| Buckmaster, O. L., Orlando.52841 Bullard, C. P., Miami.3-1224' Bullard, P. D., Hosford.17-1 L3S| Bunker, L. L., Fernandina.261 j Burch, R. N., Miami.3-1296| Burks, B. A., Winter Park.384| Burnett, W. E., St. Augustine.1209j Burnette, E. W., Tarpon Springs.266! Burns, J. P., Ft. White.1| Burns, M. Q., Blountstown.71| Bush, W. D. Leesburg.None Butchart, T. R., Tampa.H-3508 Butler, B. F., Hollywood.74 Butler, P. T., Orlando.7211 Byle, A. S., Alva.R-1103 Byrd, H., Tampa.None C Caldwell, H., Lake City.300 Callahan, J. B., Orlando (Col.).4011 Callahan, O. L., Mt. Dora.29 Calvin, W. J., Eustis.126 Campbell, D. A., Tampa.2098 Campbell, E. T., Welaka.5 Campbell, S. S., Jacksonville (Col)....5-4272 Cameron, F. A., Tampa.4052 Cannon, A. B., Lacoochee.None Carefoot, E. L, Jacksonville.5-3208 Carefoot, G. H., Ft. Meade.98 Carlisle, J. L., West Palm Beach.4061 Carlton, L. F., Tampa.3678 Carradine, J. H., Lawtey.1 Carroll, C., Apopka.1430 Carter, A. C., Miami.3-2304 Carter, D. E., Ft. Lauderdale.119 Carter, E. A., DeLand.136 Carter, G. W., Caryville.5 Carter, J. H., Pensacola.1642 Carter, L. A., Bunnell.751

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Cason, T. Z., Jacksonville.7-2101 Causey, T. W., Lakeland.34-561 Chalker, J. L., Ocala.214 Chambers, S. E., Miami.2-1995 Chandler, G. E., Miami.2-3852 Chandler, I. W., Avon Park.94 Chandler, J. R., Daytona Beach.832 Chandler, J. C., Tampa.2471 Chapman, W. A., Miami (Col.).2-1242 Chappell, J. R., Orlando.8811 Cherry, H. S., Center Hill.4030 Chiles, J. H., Orlando.7411 Chilli, J. L., Jacksonville.3-0145 Chowning, W. C., New Smyrna.63 Christ, C. D., Orlando.3149 Christian, G. R., Tampa.3433 Chunn, J. D., St. Cloud.25 Clark, H. D., Ft. Pierce.66 Clark, S. A., Lakeland.33-071 Claxton, W. A., Miami.None Clay, B. S., West Palm Beach.2-2615 Cleghorn, C. D., Miami.2-3355 Clemmer, C. A., Daytona Beach.1499 Cleveland, T. P., Coconut Grove.None Cline, D. E., Wellborn.386-12 Cline, R. L., Lakeland.33-071 Cobb, E. S., Pensacola (Col.).2153-W Coffin, C. E., Winter Park.105 Coleman, A. J., Bradenton.581 Coleman, J. A., Plant City.518 Coleman, S. R., DeLand (Col.).40 Coleman, W. E., Chipley.70 Coll, H. J., St. Petersburg.8121 Colley, S. C., Tavares.58 Collins, C. C., Jacksonville.5-0878 Collins, C. J., Orlando.3140 Colson, J. H., Gainesville. Cone, D. N., White Springs.94 Conger, G. D., Miami.2-1760 Conklin, R. C., Mount Dora.77 Connor, A. B., Illinois.. Conter, A. E., Apalachicola...63 Coogler, A. C., Brooksville.46 Cook, G. L., Tampa...H-3756 Cooley, R. O., West Palm Beach_2-3313 Cooper, J. H., St. Petersburg.46-175 Copeland, S. M., Jacksonville.5-6477 Coplan, M. M., Miami.2-0635 Copp, F. A., Jacksonville.5-1056 Corbett, J. H., Jasper.72 Cordes, H. B., Jr., Frostproof.10-2K Costa, F. J., Tampa.Y-1350 Council, M. D., Ft. Pierce. Counts, H. W., Jacksonville.5-2973 Counts, N. T., Cocoa.None Coupland, J. D., Eustis.20 Couric, E. S., Miami.Edgewater 1124 Cowart, J. T., Tampa.H-3756 Name Address Phone No. Cowell, E. H., Bradenton.None Craney, E. T., Orlando.6311 Creekmore, G. R., Brooksville....59-2 Rings Creel, C. E.. Pahokee.None Creel, W. J., Eau Gallie.29 Cribbins, O. H., Sarasota.2217 Crockett, E. W., Macclenny.50 Croft, T. G., Jacksonville.5-0104 Cross, K., Inverness.None Cross, W. F., Miami.2-0373 Crum, J. W., Tampa.M-6764 Crump, J. E., Winter Haven.193 Red Culpepper, C. T., Perry.6 Cunningham, L. W., Jacksonville.5-2909 Currence, J. D., Ohio. Curtis, W. L., Georgia. Cushman, M. B., St. Cloud.56 D Dailey, 1. A., Micanopy.28 DÂ’Alemberte, C. W., Pensacola.1523 Dalton, B. W., Vernon.None Dame, G. A., Inverness.76 Dame, L. H., Georgia. Daniel, S. B., Jacksonville (Col.).5-2761 Daniels, B. A., Tampa. 2 484 Daniels, S. H., Orlando (Col.).7911 Darrow, A. A., Ft. Lauderdale.689-J Daves, F. E., Chattahoochee.6 Davila, J. A., Orlando.8821 Davis, C. L., Okeechobee.45 Davis, G. A., DeLand.4 Davis, G. O., Madison.216 Davis, H. F., Miami.None Davis, J. A., Winter Garden.121 Davis, J. E., St. Petersburg....5378 Davis, J. McM., Bradenton.None Davis, J. B., Daytona Beach.132 Davis, J. C., Jr., Quincy.81 Davis, K. McC., Delray Beach.21-W Davis, W. M., St. Petersburg.5583 Dawkins, N. J., Vernon.None Dawson, G. M., West Palm Beach....8337 Dawson, S. A., St. Petersburg.8121 Day, G., Jacksonville.....5-5773 Day, H. A., Orlando.5112 Deal, C. C., Auburndale.12 Green Dean, R. H., Jacksonville.5-0316 deAragon, A. E., Key West.220 DeBoe, M. P., Miami.2-3842 Dell, J. M., Gainesville.79 Demko, F., Missouri. Denison, R. C., Lake Worth.16 Denton, J. T., Sanford.271 DePass, M. H., Gainesville.293 Derbyshire. E., Kissimmee.189 DeVane, W. G., Groveland.18

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. DeVilbiss, L. A., Miami.2-1995 Dewberry, W. C., Pensacola.905 Dey, W. P., Nicaragua... Dickerson, G. L., Jacksonville.5-4490 Dickerson, L. B., Clearwater.2237 Dickerson, S. B., Tampa.M-54-204 Dickerson, R. J., Tampa.2271 Dickinson, J. C., Tarnpa.M-1166 Dickinson, W. P., Lakeland.39-792 Dicks, R. E., Dowling Park.1 Dillard, T. H., DeLand.538 Dixon, A, A., Pensacola (Col.).1819-J Dobrin, Max, Miami.2-1387 Doctor, W. R., Leesburg.52 Dodds, W. H.. St. Cloud.8520 Dodson, M. W., Munson.212 Dominguez, J. A., Tampa.M-60-894 Douglass, J. E,, Tarpon Springs.402 Dowling, J. B.. Alliance.None Downs, A, S., Palm Beach.5121 Dozier, H. C., Ocala.41 Dozier, L. L., Tallahassee.511 Draper, A, D., Tampa.S-7103 Draughn, D. M., Moore Haven.45 Drew, H. R., Jacksonville.5-0931 Driskell, S. E., Jacksonville.5-1918 Duffin, C. E., Georgia. Duke, R. R., Tampa.4142 Dunaway, C. E., Miami.3-2280 Duncan, C. F., Jacksonville (Col.)....5-6486 Duncan, W. P., Tampa.3433 Dunn, J. C., Sebring.None Du Puis, J. G., Miami.Edgewater 1564 Durkee, J. H., Jacksonville.5-0252 Dux, H. M., Jacksonville.5-1029 Dyer, J. H., Lake City.231 Dyer, W. H., Tampa.Y-1308 Dyess, C. T., Nalaca.1501-2 Rings Dyett, J. H. R., W. Palm Beach(Col.) 2-3511 Dykes, C., Carrabelle.None E Earel, A. M., Illinois. Early, C. S., Lakeland.31-071 Echard, T. B., St. Petersburg.4797 Eckman, B, F., Coral Gables.None Edwards, G. H., Orlando.5113 Edwards, G. R. L., W. Palm Beach (Col.) Edwards, W. E., Safety Harbor.29-169 Efird, L. J., Tampa.3572 Eide, A. T., Haines City.86-J Eigle, E. G., Missouri. Elder, S. F., Miami.2-1858 Eldridge, M. W., Ponce de Leon..1 Elgin, L. W., Miami.3-2716 Ellis, J. C., Perry.170-J Ellis, W. H., Miami.2-5043 Elliston, L. B., Illinois. Name Address Phone No. Elliston, R. L., Illinois. Elmore, W. T., Gainesville.249-W Ely, R. A., Tampa.2270 Enneis, F. B., Jacksonville...5-3303 Enzor, J. O., Baker.59-4 Rings Enzor, O. O., Crestview.115 Epling, B. D., Lake Wales.220 Erwin, S., Jacksonville.5-6431 Esch, J. P., Daytona Beach.260 Estes, E. S., St. Augustine.100 Etheredge, S. H., Tampa.3396 Eurit, F. B., Stuart.7-J F Fahnestock, J. C., Palm Beach.2-3990 Farmer, C. H., Lakeland.37481 Farmer, M. H., Daytona Beach.1209 Farnell, C. M., Branford..None Farnell, P. C., Lake City.None Farrior, J. B., Tampa.2256 Farrior, L. B., Tampa.3433 Faver, H. M., Tampa.4512 Faver, R. M., Lake Geneva.None Feaster, O, O., St. Petersburg.6315 Fellows, J. H., Pensacola.817 Fenn, H. T., Mt. Dora.94 Ferguson, R. D., Ocala.447 Field, S. E., Mississippi. Field, T. S., Jacksonville.5-6542 Filbert, C. E., Tampa.Y-5736 Fina, R., Tampa.M-1208 Finlay, D. H., Blountstown.35 Fisher, L. C., Green Cove Springs.Ill Fisk, H. B., St. Petersburg.6966 Fleming, C. F., Bradenton.None Fleming, O. H., Crestview.66 Fleming, S. W., West Palm Beach....7811 Flipse, M. J., Miami.2-2934 Floyd, G. M., Hawthorn...12-J Floyd, H. G., Palatka (Col.).293 Fluker, C. B., Tampa.3835 Fogarty, J. N. Daytona Beach.905 Folmar, J. Q., Chattahoochee.44 Folsom, S. A., Orlando.3140 Foote, L. H. B., Tallahassee (Col.).281 Forbes, S. B., Tampa.4450 Ford, E. W., Crescent City.6303 Ford, J. A., Orlando.5511 Ford, R. B., Miami (Col.).2-1513 Forde, S. J. E., Green Cove Sprgs.(Col.) 113 Forster, D,, New Smyrna.303 Fort, A. G., Georgia. Fort, F. L., Jacksonville...7-1237 Fossey, H. L., Wisconsin. Foster, J. C., Tampa.M-1497 Fourcher, K. R., Georgia. Foxworthy, F. W., Miami.5-2775 Foy, E. T., Tampa.None

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9 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Franklin, G. C., Coconut Grove..BayvÂ’w 234 Fraser, D. S., Panama City.372 Frazier, S. M., Miami (Col.).2-1404 Freeman, A. H., Ocala.76 Green Freeman, G. C., Lakeland.36-691 Freeman, M., Perrine.3 Freiday, W. G., Ft. Lauderdale.None French, E. D., Miami.2-4656 Funk, N. E., St. Petersburg.5562 Fuqua, C. (3., Hilliard.None Furlow, L. T., Brooksville.-258 Furnish, R. D., Jacksonville.5-0878 G Gable, L. M., St. Petersburg.4578 Gable, N. Wilson, St. Petersburg.7154 Gable, N. Worth, St. Petersburg.7154 Gachet, N. L., Century.26-J Gainey, J. G., Quincy.146 Gale, J. S., Tampa.S-5164 Galey, H. C., Key West.....19 Gammon, J. E., Jacksonville.5-7864 Garcia, P. M., Tampa.H-3513 Gardner, J. F., Winter Park.234 Gardner, O. W., Greensboro.None Garner, J. E., Wauchula.None Gates, H., Bradenton.33-621 Gatrell, H., Fairfield. N o ne Gavin, C. A., New Port Richey.39 Blue Geiger, H. S., Kissimmee.297 Genge, V. P., Daytona Beach.60 George, W. W., West Palm Beach....7918 Gerlach, E. B., West Palm Beach....2-0785 Gerlach, H. P., West Palm Beach.None Getzen, S. P., Newberry.None Ghertler, M., Miami.2-2708 Gilbert, E. M., Tampa.S-3103 Giles, H. L., Illinois. Gilmer, E. S., Tampa.4755 Glass, R. E., Tampa.3973 Glatzau, L. W., DeLand.279 Glover, G. B., Monticello.65 Godard, R. F., Quincy.173 Goethe, J. E., Jacksonville.5-1755 Goggins, J. H., Jacksonville.5-1671 Golden, H. M., Tampa.S-1742 Gonzalez, F., St. Augustine (Col.).1276 Goodale, B. H., Jacksonville.5-2424 Goode, J. A., Alachua.55 Goodson, W. M., Miami.2-5525 Gowdy, F. A., Miami.3-2171 Gowdy, R. A., Miami.2-0291 Grace, W. H., Ft. Myers.82 & 563 Grantham, J. M., Tampa.H-1828 Graves, G. Y., Kentucky. Graves, J. R., Miami.2-0241 Graves, L., Kentucky. Gray, C. R., Trenton.None Gray, F. D., Orlando.3149 Name Address Phone No. Green, G. M., Daytona Beach.1155-J Green, O. F., Mayo.2 Greene, L. A., Indiana. Greene, R. J., Perry.199 Greene, R. N., Jacksonville.7-2183 Griffin, H. W., Sarasota.None Griffin, J. B., Mexico. Griffin, J. D., Lakeland.29-071 Griffin, L, S., Jacksonville.5-1018 Griffin, T. R., St. Petersburg.5541 Griffith, D. H., Georgia. Grimal, A. S., Tampa.Y-1183 Grimes, D. H.. So. Miami..Evergreen 784-J Groesbeck, F. B., Daytona Beach.798 Grossman, F. A., Vero Beach.45 Groves, W. H., Clearwater.2049 Guerra, J. J., Tampa.M-56-043 Guild, W. A., St. Petersburg.85-466 Gunter, T. D., West Palm Beach.4537 Guy, W. B., St. Augustine.865-J Gwinn, V. H., Jacksonville.7-4315 Gwynn, H. W., Orlando.5911 Gyland, S. P., Tampa.2329 H Haggard, W. A., Miami.25040 Haisfield, A. R., Pensacola. .2848 Hall, E. J., Miami.24626 Hall, F. M., Tallahassee.None Hall, J. E., West Palm Beach.None Hall, T. B., Miami Beach.5-3735 Halton, Jack, Sarasota.2055 Halton, Joseph, Sarasota.2135 Hamner, G. P., Penney Farms.27 Hampton, H. S., Tampa.2550 Hampton, W. H., Lakeland (Col).38-571 Hamrick, B. F., Madison.179 Hamrick, B. W., Lee.6040 Hancock, W. S., Jr., Brooksville.None Hankins, I. S., Orlando (Col.).6327 Hankins, J. N,, Milton.44 Hanna, F. H., Miami.2-3217 Hannum, M. M., Eustis.41 Hanson, H., Jacksonville.7-2230 Hardee, E. B., Vero Beach.74-J Hardenbergh, J. A., St. Petersburg....66-522 Hardie, G. C., Ft. Pierce.61 Hardman, W. W., Georgia. Hardy, G. E. W., Jr., Tampa.3722 Hargrove, J. L., Bartow.296 Harkness, R. B., Lake City.88 Harper, C. W., Chipley.199 Harper, J. A., Crawfordville.1 Harrell, D. E., Jacksonville.5-0464 Harrell, G. L., Vero Beach.32 Harrell, L. H., Plant City.475 Harris, D. W., Miami.2-4276 Harris, E., Marianna.None

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Harris, H. H., Jacksonville.5-4638 Harris, J. H., Wimauma.RK-130 Harris, R. M., Miami.2-0795 Harris, W. G., Jacksonville....5-0785 Harrison, M. M., Palmetto.22-661 Harrison, W. A., Ft. Myers.355 Hart, O. J., Tampa.46-534 Hartley, J. M., Hollywood.:.214 Hartman, J. H., Jacksonville.7-1642 Haseltine, B., St. Petersburg.None Haskell, L. G., Gainesville.None Hassell, C. S., Miami.3-2718 & 3-3009 Hatch, E. B., Miami.2-3421 Hawkins, J. R., Miami.2-6492 Hay, I. M., Melbourne.120 Hayward, J. C., Utah. Heath, G. W., West Palm Beach....2-3995 Heath, H. O., Milton.None Heck, M. E., DeLand.None Heggie, N. McL., Jacksonville.5-0118 Heibner, E. A., St. Petersburg.7954 Heinberg, C. J., Pensacola.611 Heitz, A. W., Sanford.531-W Heitz, J. J., Orlando.5377 Helms, J. S., Tampa.4901 Helms, J. S., Jr., Tampa.4901 Henderson, R. P., Tampa.4755 Hendricks, E. M., Ft. Lauderdale.59 Hendrickson, F. C., Ohio. Henry, C. E., Minnesota. Henry, H. W., New Smyrna.275 Herlong, M. B., Jacksonville.5-1109 Herman, F. P., West Palm Beach.5535 Herring, J. A., St. Petersburg.8121 Hicks, I. K., Melbourne.56 Higgins, A. F., Tampa.H-1064 Highsmith, G. F., Arcadia...463 Hills, j. S., Daytona Beach (Col.).76 Hixon, F. P., Pensacola.905 Hodges, G. S., Marianna.85 Hodges, J. H., Gainesville.70 Hodges, J. C., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 2-3511 Hodges, J. W., Washington, D. C.None Hodsdon, B. F., Miami.2-3378 Hodsdon. L. A., Miami.2-3378 Hoffman, J. M., Pensacola.1589-J Hoffmann, C. D., Orlando.8311 Holden, G. R., Jacksonville.7-3064 Holland, H. G., Leesburg.335 Holland, R. N.. Starke.None Holley, J. C, Milton.47 Holley, J. F., Alabama. Hollingsworth, S. G., Bradenton.3-1171 Holloway, C. W., Loughman.1 Holloway, E. W., Tampa.Y-1204 Holloway, L. W., Jacksonville.5-1312 Name Address Phone No. Holly, A. P. B., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 4626 Holmes, A. G. H., Miami.2-0197 Holmes, R. J., Miami.2-8258 Holton, W. J., Plant City.388 Hooper, C. A., St. Petersburg.83-607 Hooten, W. A., Laurel Hill.None Hopkins, C. D., Tampa.H-29-202 Hopkins, W. B., Tampa.M-1389 Horne, H. F., Jacksonville.5-0846 Horton, W., Winter Haven.386 Hosey, J. T., Palatka.313-J Hotard, R. F., Winter Park.6 Hotchkiss, W. T., Miami Beach.5-2251 Howard, R. E., Ft. Lauderdale.358-W Howe, R. (Raymond), Daytona Beach..428 Howe, R. (Roy), Daytona Beach.204 Hubbard, J. C., Oklahoma. Hubbard, R. C., Tampa.3312 Hudgens, T. H., Sneads.1 Hudson, A. T., St. Petersburg.64-012 Hudson, P. J., Crystal River.1 Huggins, E. L., Freeport.214-lLlS Hughes, N. A., Georgia. Hughes, R. L., Bartow.499 Hughes, R. S., Ocala (Col.).97 Hughes, T. W., Georgia. Hughlett, W. S., Cocoa.None Humphreys, D. G., Fernandina.92 Humphreys, D. G., Jr., Jacksonville..7-2101 Humphries, H. H., Jacksonville....7-3622 Hunter, A. P., Ft. Myers.133 & 77 Hunter, 1. H., New Smyrna.None Hutchinson, C. E., Pensacola.402 Hutson, T. W., Miami.2-5665 Hutton, J. C. F., Miami Beach.5-2630 I Ickstadt, A., Jr., California. Ilderton, J. A., Vermont. Ingram, L. C., Orlando.4411 Inman, J. C., Jr., Chattahoochee.85 Ira, G. H., Jacksonville.5-0878 Irons, F. E., Winter Haven.14 Black Irwin, J. M., St. Augustine.60 Ives, W. MacK., Lake City.317-W Izlar, A. L., Clermont.17 J Jackson, A. J., Eustis (Col.).291 Jackson, T. F., Dade City.78 James. H. W., Jacksonville (Col.)....5-0599 Jansenius, A. J. H., St. Andrew.None Jaudon, E. K., Miami.2-0432 Jared, V. M., West Palm Beach.4092 Jefferson, R., Tampa.2875 Jefferson, T. L., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 8269 Jeffrey, S. L., Coconut Grove..Bayview 241 Jelks, E., Jacksonville.7-2101

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 11 Name Address Phone No. Jenkins, H. B., Georgia. Jenkins, L. M., Miami.2-1353 Jenkins, P. K., Miami Beach.5-1459 Jennings, C. L., Jacksonville.7-1909 Jennings, F. S., St. Petersburg.52-513 Jensen, H. J,, Tampa.S-5185 Jindra, V. K., Miami.2-6057 Johnson, A. J., Pensacola.2388-J Johnson, G. W. P., Tampa (Col.).3608 Johnson, H. D., Daytona Beach.663 Johnson, J. L., New Smyrna.None Johnson, S. E., Tampa (Col.).3986 Johnston, C. W., Jacksonville.5-4330 Johnston, H., Orlando.3621 Johnston, J. A., Ft. Lauderdale.181 Johnston, J. K., Tallahassee.74 Jones, A. B., Jr., Tampa.3678 Jones, E. M., Miami.2-6620 Jones, F. C., Jacksonville.5-4266 Jones, H. Q., Ft. Myers.84 Jones, L., Daytona Beach.1145-J Jones, N. H., Ocala (Col.).794 Jones, T. A., Holopaw.0630 Jones, T. C., Cross City.4 Jones, W. C., Jr., Miami.2-1346 Jones, W. W., (Georgia. Jordan, W. B., Homestead.None Joyner, O. A., Plant City (Col.).8627 Justice, R. L., Haines City.52 K Kauffman, F. E., Clearwater.2052 Kayton, M. C., Wauchula.65-M Keeler, F. L., Miami.2-3404 Keely, J., Miami.2-3450 Kehoe, H. C., Ft. Myers.488 Keisling, F. C., Jacksonville.5-5228 Kemp, A. J., Miami.2-5609 Kemp, M. T., Sopchoppy.None Kemp, T. J., Missouri. Kenaston, T. C., South Dakota. Kendrick, O. G., Tallahassee.452 Kennan, A. L., Hilliard.56 Kennedy, R. L., Malone.1 Kennedy, T. S., Ft. Lauderdale.None Kennon, C. L., Miami.2-3601 Kershaw, A. J., Miami (Col.).2-2265 Key, F. P., Green Cove Springs.43 Killinger, R. R., Jacksonville.5-0878 Kime, R. R., Orlando.None King, G. R. S., Lake Butler.36 King, L. P., Greenville.15 & 27 King, T. B., Gainesville.123 Kinsey, E. T., Hollywood.2-0512 Kinsey, J. P., Pinetta. 1 Kirby, W. L., Miami.2-3634 Kirby-Smith, J. L., Jacksonville.5-0712 Kirk, W. W., Jacksonville.5-0282 Kirkpatrick, C. H., Arcadia.352 & 258 Name Address Phone No. Kirsch, M. D., Miami.2-2708 Kitchens, F. E., Coral Gables-.EvergrÂ’n 430 Kleiser, A. H., Orlando.9652 Klock, G. A., Daytona Beach.25 Klussman, H. A., Ft. Lauderdale.None Klussman, R. M., Ft. Lauderdale.326 Knauf, A. R., Tampa.2477 Knauer, W. J., Jacksonville.5-0118 Knight, A. C., Jacksonville.5-1912 Knight, J. C.f Plant City.516 Knowlton, R. H., St. Petersburg........6921 Knox, A. W., Sanford. 796 Koger, E. B., Miami.2-5511 Koon, A. C., Lakeland.3-9844 Krueger, F. W., Jacksonville.5-0878 Kumm, F. F., St. Petersburg.None L Laffitte, L. S., Gulf Hammock.1 Lake, E. T., Sulphur Springs.S-1581 Lamb, L. L., Parish.None Lamb, R. J., South Jacksonville.5-4674 Lambdin, L., St. Petersburg.4578 Lancaster, B., Manatee.3-9101 Lancaster, W. J., Tampa.H-1078 Lancaster, W. L., Cross City.59 Lane, R. Y., Orange Park... Lane, W. K., Ocala.727 Blue Langley, W. T., Sanford.139 Lanier, W. T., Miami.2-4446 Lamer, L. G., Tampa.H-1765 Larrabee, C. W.,Bradenton..2-3161 & 3-7291 Lassiter, W., Gainesville.474 & 473 Lassman, G. A., Tampa.2317 Lawrence, E. J.,Winter GÂ’dÂ’n..l06 & 213 Red Lawson, B. H., Winter Garden.69 Leach, M. A., Wisconsin. Leavitt, H. A., Miami.2-3533 Le Breton, P., New York.None Lee, W. J., Panama City.2503 Leffers, R., Sr., Lakeland.2-2461 Leffingwell, J. B., Bradenton.3-2832 Lefholz, R., Coral Gables.3-2278 Leith, R. B., St. Petersburg.8121 Lennard, O. D., Georgia. Lentjes, F., Tampa.H-1313 Lester, J. G., Lakeland.4611 Levy, L., Tampa.H-29-151 Lewis, G., West Palm Beach.7241 Lewis, P. M., Orlando.7711 Lewis, T., Miami. 2-3337 Light, S. D. W., Miami.2-6324 Limbaugh, L. M., Jacksonville.5-0589 Lindner, E. G., Ocala.41 & 206 Lindsley, H., St. Augustine.103 Lindsey, S. A., Ft. Meade.69 & 90 Lingeman, R. B., Ft. Lauderdale.602-J Lingo, M. J., Okeechobee.129 & 214

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12 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Lingo, W. B., St. Petersburg.83-512 Lischkoff, M. A., Pensacola.611 Lisk, P. F., Ft. McCoy. Lithgow, W. D., Miami.2-5485 Litterer, A. B., Miami.24656 Livingston, S. P., Jacksonville (Col.) 5-4826 Lochner, G. M., St. Petersburg.7168 Lodor, C. H., Eustis.115 Logan, C. E., Ozona.None xviauiouii.iv/u vjc Long, J. A., Jr., Palatka (Col.)....106 & 737 Longbrake, G. A., Ft. Myers.460 Lott, Y. C., Miami.2-8364 Lougee, A. J., St. Petersburg.None Love, C. W., Lakeland. Love, J. D., Jacksonville. Lowe, E. C., Miami.2-3712 Lowrie, T. L., Miami (Col.).2-5686 Lowry, B. W., Tampa.2830 Lowry, C. F., Ponce de Leon.21 Lowry, C. S., Miami.2-4929 Lowry, J. B., Nichols.4 Lowry, R. A., Brooksville.29 Lowry, R, S., Ft. Lauderdale.153 Luke, J. J., Ellenton.None Luke, J. M. J., Miami.2-3337 Lust, B., Tangerine.3303 Lustgarten, A., Miami.3-3941 Lustig, E., St. Petersburg.56-763 Lyell, R. O., Miami.2-4353 Lyles, A. M., St. Augustine (Col.).1346 Lyncker, N., Jacksonville.5-4915 Me McBride, T. E., Apopka.9020 & 9030 McCaffrey, C. F., Massachusetts. McCall, F. W., Miami.Edgewater 1215 McCallister, A., Tarpon Springs.8153 McCartney, J. N., Miami.2-3005 McClane, F. E., St. Petersburg.6774 McClane, J. W., St. Petersburg.6774 McCleary, J. R., Ohio. McClellan, G. S., Pompano.7 McClellan, P. T., Vero Beach.276 W McClure, H. A., Chipley.26 & 126 McConnell,W.C.,St.Pete..8121-P8126&40547 McCoy, T. S., Bradenton.3-4621 McDermid, H. C., Okeechobee.45 McDuffee, T. M., Manatee..3-3131 & 3-6751 McEachern, J. R., Tampa.2934 McElroy, S., Orlando.3011 McEuen, H. B., Jacksonville.5-1101 McEwan, J. S., Orlando.5112 McFeeters, R. B., Dowling Park.1 McGeachy, J. S., Lynn Haven.9103 McGinnis, R. H., Jacksonville.7-1464 McGregor, G. G., Dade City.None McGriff, W. F.. Niceville.44-132 T. McGunagle, J. E., Miami.2-3088 Name Address Phone No. Mclver, R. B., Jacksonville.5-0303 McKenzie, A. C., Jacksonville.5-0742 McKenzie, J. S., Miami....Edgewater 1022 McKenzie, O. G., Miami..EdgewÂ’tÂ’r 1013-W McKibben, W. W., Miami.2-6754 McKinley, F. J., California. McKinnon, D. A., Marianna.144 | McKnight, G. S., Haines City....2 & 150 M j McLaury, E., Hollywood....HollywÂ’d 331 W j McLaws, R. B., Tampa.Y-3176 i McLeod, J. E., Cypress.1 j McLeod, N. W., Aucilla.5-9150 McLeod, R. F., Madison.207 & 220 McLeod, T., Lacoochee.None McMichael, J. C., Windermere.None McMurray, E. R., Bartow.427 McMurray, H. E., Tampa.H-1103 McQueen, A. B., St. Petersburg.None McRae, E. H., Tampa.2832 MeSwain, D. L., Arcadia.352 & 27-99 MeSween, J. C., Jr., DeFuniak Springs..212 MacAvelia, M. T., Georgia. MacCordy, E. C., St. Petersburg.6735 | MacDonell, G. N., Miami....Evergreen 441-J | Mack, C. C., Quincy.174 & 242 | Maechtle, E. W., Tampa.H-41-981 Maguire, T. C., Plant City.523 Main, D. C., Pomona.1 Maines, J. E., Lake Butler.46 Maines, J. E., Jr., Gainesville.694 Mallory, M., Orlando .5112 Maloney, R. L., Tennessee. Maner, G. R., Tampa.5-7145 i Manhoff, B., Jacksonville.5-6542 I Mann, J. M., Lake Butler.66 j Manning, W. S., Jacksonville.5-0215 j Manson, P. J., Miami.Edgewater 1022 j Marney, C. R., Tampa.H-1637 j Marr, N, M., St. Petersburg.7943 j Marsh,, L. J., Miami.2-6272 Marshall, C. J., Orlando.7511 Marshall, L. R., Miami.None Marshburn, C. B., Lake Butler.84 Marshburn, E. R., Marianna.129 & 234 | Martin, B. J., Miami.Edgewater 1022 i Martin, D. D., Tampa.H-3756 I Martin, E. E., Haines City.72 & 117 Martin, I. E., Oklawaha.None Martin, J. W., Oviedo.18 R 2 Martin, L. W., Georgia. Martin, P. H., Jacksonville.5-4296 Martinson, M. M., Tampa.....None Martorell, A., Tampa.Y-1276 Mas, J. A., Tampa.None i Mason, J. F., Bradenton.2-7671 & 3-2101 i Massenburg, G. Y., Georgia.

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13 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Massey, W. W., Quincy.369 & 160 Matthews, W. M., Indiantown—.No Conn, Maxwell, E. B., Miami.2-4652 Maxwell, L. H., Ft. Lauderdale.119 May, R. D., Jacksonville.5-0976 Maynard, B. H., l.akeland.3-8071 Mazon. F. D., Miami (Col.).2-3348 Means, G. S., Jacksonville.5-6271 Mease, J. A., Jr. Dunedin.2-9554 Medlin, W. B., Miami.2-0373 Meighen, D. G., Tampa.H-1078 Melville, E. J., St. Petersburg.62-020 Merchant, H. McC., Tennessee. Merendino, D., Tampa.M-63-173 Merrick, C. G., Ft. Myers.None Merrill, C. M., Palm Beach.None Merryday, H. L., Daytona Beach.301 Metzger, F. C., Sarasota.2353 Middlebrooks, V., St. Petersburg....42-178 Middleton, W. E., Starke.67 & 30 Mighell, N. E., Clearwater.2052 Miles, W. G., Chattahoochee.85 Miller, A. H., Wewahitchka.None Miller, A. R., West Palm Beach.5629 Miller, B. E., New Smyrna.201 Miller, F. D., Jacksonville.5-0880 Miller, G. E., St. Petersburg.8121 Miller, G. C., Chipley.17 Miller, J. F., Inverness. N o n e Miller, J. P., Jacksonville (Col.).5-2984 Miller, R, L., Alabama. Miller, R. L., Daytona Beach.1145-W Miller, R. L., Graceville.2 Miller, S. D., South Jacksonville. Miller, W. S., Palatka.500 Mills, A. L., St. Petersburg.6525 Mills, D. A., Arizona. Mills, J, H., Tampa.3538 Milton, D. G., Tampa.Y-1282 Milton, J. D., Miami.2-4631 Milton, P. E., Tampa.Y-1461 Miralles, M. S. y, Tampa.None Mitchell, C. M., Sanford...374 Mitchell, G. M., Jacksonville.5-6342 Mitchell, J. H., Jacksonville.5-0976 Mitchell, J. W., Sebring.180 Mitchell, L. B., Tampa.3664 Mitchell, W. E., Coleman.0630 Mitchell-Hampton, E. C., Ocala (Col.) 549 Mixon, J. A., Pensacola.1134 Mock, A. E., Pensacola.2102 Moe, L. N., Jacksonville.5-3294 Moeller, M. W., St. Petersburg.7962 Monroe, A. L., Miami.2-5866 Moodie, B. M., Tampa.3657 Moon, W. B., Crystal River.17 Moor, F. C., Tallahassee.85 Name Address Phone No. Moore, A., Kendall.None Moore, J. N., Ocala.275 Moore, T. G., Osceola.12 R 3 Mooty, R. H., Winter Haven.91 Black Morgan, T. E., Jacksonville.5-'1312 Morgan, W. E,. Tarpon Springs.210 Morris, G. P., DeFuniak Springs.None Morris, S. A., Jacksonville.5-0217 Morrison, C. C., Jr., Palm Beach.5175 Morrison, H. K., Leesburg.333 Morton, A. O., Sarasota.2217 Moses, H., Georgia. Mudge, W. H., Port Tampa City.None Munson, A. S., DeLand.73 Murphy, C. H., Bartow.614 Murphy, H. K., Mulberry.1 Murphy, R. D., St. Petersburg.7564 Murray, F. A., Lake City (Col.).37-J Murrow, J. S., Apalachicola.91 Myers, H. C., West Virginia. Myers, N. P., Kenansville.—No Connections Myers, W. A., Tampa.H-1067 Myers, W. C., Tampa.3204 Myres, M. J., Daytona Beach.15 N Nelken, B. E., Tampa. S 5 1 8 5 Nelson, R. G., Tampa.3015 Nettles, R., Clearwater.2339 Netto, L. J., West Palm Beach.6328 Newell, C. E., Miami.2-0872 Newman, H. P., Bartow. 427 Newnham, J. A., Stuart.86 Newton, S. B., Palm Beach.4561 Newton, R. D., Ft. Myers.275 Niblack, J. L., Lake City.41-W Nichol, E. S., Miami.2-2934 Nichols, W. S., Lake City.97 Nickle, M. A., Clearwater.2403 Nixon, J. M., Panama City.187 Nobles, R. G., Pensacola.999 Nobles, W. D., Pensacola.69 Nolan, T. L., Georgia. Norris, J. A., Jr., Alabama. Norris, S. R., Jacksonville.7-3556 Norton, G. P., Tampa (Col).None Norwood, J. K., Jacksonville.5-1109 Nowling, J. C., Ft. Myers.None Nutter, W. L., Lake Worth.None O O’Bannon, A., DeLeon Springs.None O’Brien, R. K., St. Petersburg.5911 O’Cain, W. M., Jasper.2230 Odeneal, T. H., Massachusetts. Oertel, H. B., Orlando.5417 Oetjen, G. F., Jacksonville.5-0367 Oglesby, C. R., Tampashores.None

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14 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No, Oglesby, J. McG., Bartow.481 OÂ’Hara, A. M., Cypress.1 OÂ’Hara, F. S., Illinois.. Oppenheimer, L. S., Tampa.2215 Oppenheimer, R. H., Georgia. OÂ’Quinn, C. A., Venice.None OÂ’Quinn, L. H., Hialeah.Seminole 212 Orr, L. McD,, Jr., Orlando.8315 Ortega, R., Tampa.Y-1360 Osenbach, W., Orlando.5311 Osgood, G. E., St Petersburg.None Osincup, G. S., Orlando.6530 Oughterson, W. A., West Palm Beach..6024 Overstreet, G. C., Lakeland.3-4571 Owens, J. H., Jacksonville.5-0878 P Page, W, C., Cocoa. 3 1 Palmer, B. H., Miami.2-3852 Palmer, H. E., Tallahassee.71 Palmer, H. G., St. Petersburg.None Panettiere, C,, Miami Beach.5-2772 Paniello, S., Tampa.Y-1183 Papot, G. E., West Palm Beach.5619 Park, C. L., Sanford.880 Parker, J. D., Stuart.6 Parkinson, W. N., St. Augustine.None Parks, W. B., Starke.72 Parramore, J. B., Jacksonville.5-2083 Pasco, J. D., Jacksonville.7-3064 Pate, J. C., Tampa.M-1442 Patterson, J. C., Sarasota.2244 Patterson, J. P., Jacksonville (Col.) 3-0045 Patterson, W., Tampa.M-1389 Patterson, W. A., Jacksonville (Col.) 3-0045 Paul, L. H., Bonifay.30 Paulk, G. A., Miami.3-2461 Pay, W. C., DeLand.373 Payne, J. W., Miami.2-2315 Payne, W. C., Pensacola.910 Payton, F. J., Miami Beach.5-1378 Pearce, C. C., Mulberry.17 Pearson, H. C., Georgia. Pearson, H. L., Jr., Miami.3-2171 Pearson, N. T., Miami.2-5946 Pearson, R. J., Miami.2-6926 Pearson, R. J., Tampa.S-4958 Peavy, H. J., Ft. Lauderdale.447 Peek, E. G., Ocala.468 Peek, L. A., West Palm Beach.2-3411 Peel, G. T., Pensacola.628 Peery, E. W., West Palm Beach.9781 Pender, M. S., Sneads.1 Peppers, G. S., Titusville.9189 Perkins, F. A., Massachusetts. Perkins, H,., Holopaw.0640 Peters, E., Miami.2-3211 Peterson, C. A., Jacksonville.5-7170 Name Address Phone No. Peyton, H. A., Jacksonville.7-2101 Phillips, J. C., Jacksonville.Nom Phillips, K., Miami.Edgewatef 1553 Phillips, L. C., Pensacola.65i Philpot, J. M., Bowling Green.1-M! Pierce, J. L., Jacksonville.7-218C Pierpont, J. H., Pensacola.15f| Pines, J. A., Orlando.5112 Pintado, N. C., Key West.None Pittman, J. L., Jr., Georgia. Pollock, B., Miami Beach.5-13R Pollock, W. A. J., Jr., Pensacola.2411 Pomeroy, W. L., Georgia. Pond, E. M., Miami..Evergreen 453 Ponder, J. M., St. Petersburg (Col.)....57R Porter, J. Y., Jr., Key West.7S Portocarrero, N. A., Tampa.Y-136^ Post, W. G., Jr., St. Petersburg.6914 Potter, G. W., St. Augustine.89-W Potthoff, E. W., Titusville.95 Poucher, A. A., Wauchula.36 Pound, J. H., Chattahoochee.85 Prather, B. T., St. Petersburg.716f Preston, H. F., Melrose.3 Price, J. M., Live Oak.1732( Pridgen, C. L., Waldo.3( Prince, O. A., Sanford (Col.).327-VV Proctor, H. L., Jacksonville.5-6733^ Puffer, M. L., Clewiston.Nond Puleston, F., Daytona Beach.1655| Puleston, S., Sanford.60(1 Putnam, H. L., St. Petersburg.66-06(1 Pyatt, W. S., Bowling Green.33f Q i Quasser, A. B., Ohio. j Quicksall, W. E., St. Petersburg.677f{ Quillian, W., Coral Gables....Evergreen 19(| Quina, M. E., Pensacola.433) R Raap, G., Miami.2-636(' Raborn, J. D., St. Petersburg. Ragsdale, V. H., Pierce. 6 i Ramsay, W. D., Noma. ] Randall, F. H., Useppa Island....No Conn Randolph, J. H., Jacksonville.5-466^ Rank, A. T., Ohio. .,i Rathbun, G. L., Illinois. [ Rawlings, C. L., Indiana. ^ Rawlings, J. E., Daytona Beach.223 Rector, L. T., Tampa.291f| Redding, J. L., Orlando.681 ij Reed, F. A., Eustis.123; Reeder, B. B., Clarksville. 72l| Reeves, E. E., Jacksonville.Non
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15 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Remington, A. C., New York. Renshaw, F. G., Pensacola.120 Rentz, L. S., Coconut Grove..Bayview 203 Rentz, W. C., Miami.2-0930 Repass, R. E,, Ft. Lauderdale.119 Reynolds, J. H., Live Oak.27520 Rhoden, J. W., Chattahoochee.85 Rhodes, B. M., Tallahassee.736 Rice, S. D., Gainesville.375 Richards, F., Jacksonville.7-1424 Richards, H. M., Lakeland.3-0661 Richardson, G. W.. Jacksonville.5-0303 Richardson, J. C., North Carolina. Richardson, J. R., Carbur.7711 Richardson, S. A., Jacksonville.5-5400 Riley, J. S., St. Petersburg.6775 Rivers, J. R., Sarasota (Col.).None Rivers, T. M., Kissimmee.148 Roberts, E. H., Jacksonville.None Roberts, N. F., Webster.3602 Roberts, T. H., Lakeland.2-3161 Robinson, L. F., Ft. Lauderdale.415 Robinson, S. M., Orlando.7011 Robson, J. N., Sanford.293 Roche, C. F., Miami Beach.3-3735 Rogers, A. E., Lake City.None Rogers, D. H., Jr., Haines City.27 Rogers, M. J., Daytona Beach.347-J Rogers, W. W., Jacksonville.5-4743 Rollins, C. D,, Jacksonville.7-1205 Roope, A. P., St. Petersburg.6713 Roper, L. E., Hollywood.119-J Rosborough, D. Y., Palatka.508 Rose, D., Sebastian.....3 Rose, J. R., Titusville.,.29 Ross, W. E., Jacksonville.5-0215 Roush, F, W., St. Petersburg—...6952 Rowe, A. L., Lake Worth. N o n e Rowlett, W. M., Tampa.490 Rozier, L. McK., West Palm Beach....5991 Rudolph, C. C., St. Petersburg.6924 Ruff, J. F., Clearwater.2058 Rush, T. W., Ohio. Russell, R. E., Tampa.None Rutter, J. H., Daytona Beach.821 Ryals, C. H., Grand Ridge.1 S Sackett, H. R., St. Petersburg.5753 Salley, S. M., Massachusetts. Sample, A. M., Jr., Pennsylvania. Sample, J. R., Haines City.64 Sanchez, B. H., Plant City.423 Sanderpon, R., Jacksonville.3-0236 Sandusky, C. M., Jacksonville.5-0557 Sapp, H. H., Havana.8 Sarven, J. D., St. Petersburg.None Saunders, J. R., Chattahoochee.85 Name Address Phone No. Sawyer, W. B., Miami (Col.).2-3348 Saxton, D. E., Tampa.3206 Saxton, J. J., Tampa.2753 Sayad, W. Y., West Palm Beach.6276 Sayles, C. F., Miami Beach.2-6268 Sayres, C. O., Holly Hill.None Sbordi, H. V., St. Petersburg.50-174 Scheffel, C., Michigan. Schell, W. W., Jacksonville (Col.)....5-4218 Schnauss, W. R., Jacksonville.5-3774 Schneider, D., Jacksonville.5-4536 Schnell, F. E., Jacksonville.5-1796 Schubert, F. P., Miami Beach.None Schultz, F. W., Sarasota.2066 Scott, S. R., Ocoee.217 Blue Scruggs, S. A., St. Augustine.946 Scurry, B. C., Cocoa (Col.).173-J Seay, W. E., Jacksonville.None Seebold, J. L., LaBelle.20 Seeds, J. B., Miami.2-0884 Seiler, M. M., Ft. Myers.527-R Sellers, E. A., Altha.820 Sellers, E. T., Jacksonville.5-1056 Selman, G. S., Sanford.600 Sengstak, E. P. E., Mandarin.None Shackelford, W. L., W. Palm Beach..2-0445 Shafer, W. W., Haines City.282 Sharp, W. H. H., DeLand.567-W Shaver, E. F., Tampa.Y-1503 Shaw, E. C., Miami.3-2716 Shaw, J. H., Jacksonville (Col.).5-1680 Shellhorse, W. F., Jacksonville.5-6438 Shelton, J. B., Dania.None Sherman, W. E., Winter Haven.67 Sherouse, G. W., Campville.2 Shoemaker, S. A., Orlando.,..8713 Sibert, A. V., West Palm Beach.2-1681 Silverman, FI, Z., Miami Beach.5-1316 Simcox, L., St. Petersburg.4350 Simmons, H. F., Pennsylvania. Simmons, J, A., Arcadia.309 Simmons, T. G., Auburndale.52-2 Rings Simonson, L. M., Winter Haven.None Simpson, D. J., Lakeland (Col.).3-2061 Simpson, H. L., Pensacola.95 Simpson, J. K., Jacksonville.5-6542 Simpson, J, R., Miami.2-0141 Simpson, W. T., Winter Haven....380 Black Sinclair, J. A. B,, Miami.2-4530 Sinclair, W. E., Orlando.6711 Sisson, S. S., Jacksonville.5-5776 Sistrunk, R. D,, Dade City.11503 Skaggs, P. T., Miami.2-5946 Skiff, F. S., Ft. Lauderdale.163 Skipper, C. T., Jacksonville.3-0943 Skipworth, J. L., Webster.None Slaughter, T. K., Wildwood.26

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16 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Smalley, J. G., Cottondale.None Smith, A. W., Jacksonville (Col.)....5-0414 Smith, B., Tampa.3207 Smith, C. K., Miami.2-6889 Smith, D. F., Esto.1 Smith, D. T., Daytona Beach.984-W Smith, D. T., Gainesville.566 Smith, H. D., Sanford.840 Smith, H. M., Tampa.M-1034 Smith, J. A., Illinois. Smith, J. F., Miami Beach.5-1510 Smith, J. H., Orlando.9674 Smith, J. W., Miami.3-1298 Smith,. M. C., Michigan. Smith, R. E,, Jacksonville.5-0015 Smith, S. F., Lakeland.3-6591 Smith, W. H. Y., Tampa.H-24-014 Smithson, G, B., Wellborn.3-8612 Smoak, E., Tampa.4111 Smyth, B., Clearwater.2203 Snow, H. O., Tampa.H-1988 Snow, J. W., Alabama. Snow, T. A., Gainesville.1045 Snyder, J. W., Miami.2-8211 Solomon, H. D., St. Petersburg.6967 Sory, B. B., Jr., Lake Worth.210 Spears, B. D., Zolfo Springs. Spell, J. C., Titusville.39 Spencer, J. J., St. Augustine.306 Spengler, N. L., Tampa.M-1459 Spiers, W. H., Orlando.7311 Spires, R. B., DeFuniak Springs.297 Spires, W. G., Darlington. Spooner, D S., Pahokee.None Stafford, A. H., Orlando.4545 Stafford, C. S., Tampa.2218 Stanford, J. A., Ft. Lauderdale.123 Stanton, G., Hastings.27 Starke, G. H., Sanford (Col.).231-J Starke, L. C., St. Augustine (Col.)....1303-J Stebbins, A. L., Georgia. Steely, J. A., Punta Gorda.46 Steen, A. M., Palatka...23 Stephens, H. A., Ponce de Leon.19 Stephens, S. E., Laurel Hill....203-5 Rings Stetson, A. G. C., Lakeland.3-0111 Stevens, H. J., Titusville.None Stevens, R. E., Sanford.700 Stevens, W. S., Quincy (Col.).165 Stewart, J. S., Jr., Miami.2-1022 Stimson, H., Illinois. Stocking, J. T., Da 3 ^tona Beach (Col)....205 Stokes, T. H., Pensacola.414 Stollenwerck, A. D., Jacksonville.5-0288 Stone, A. L., Tampa.M-1073 Stone, G. S., Ft. Myers.317 Stone, V. D., West Palm Beach.4329 Name Address Phone No. { Stormont, R. M., Missouri. i Stovall, R. H., Ft. Lauderdale.519 I Strange, J. L., McIntosh.6402 | Strickland, E, E,, Citra.None Strickland, H. M., Live Oak.278 ; Strickland, J. A., St. Petersburg.7383 ij. Stringer, S., Tampa.2929 Strode, R. C., Melbourne.None Strong, S, B., Cuba. Strong, S. M., New York.None Stuart, J. D., Coral Gables.2-0732 Stuart, M. H,, St, Petersburg.5930 Stutts, B. S., Dunnellon.132 Sullivan, R. R., Lakeland.3-5571 Sullivay, R. L., Pensacola.2770-J Summerlin, J. L., Gainesville..827 Summers, A. T., Miami.2-7317 Summit!, R. E., Orlando.None Sunday, E. J., Pensacola (Col.).2109 Swift, E. C., Jacksonville.7-2101 T Tallman, M. H., Miami.2-4849 Tatom, F. L., Lake Worth.None Taylor, H. M., Jacksonville.5-5400 Taylor, J. E., DeLand.411 Taylor, T. W., Sarasota.2675 Taylor, W. H., Daytona Beach.293 Teeter, E. H., Jacksonville.5-8141 Thach, A. B., Tennessee. Thames, J. G., Alilton.14 R 5 Thames, R., Milton.202 Thomas, A. F., Titusville.None Thomas, E. C., Miami.2-8674 Thomas, K. C., Miami.2-5354 Thomas, M. D,, Miami Beach.None Thomas, R. Y. H., Jacksonville.5-1591 Thomas, W. C., Gainesville. 1 2 3 Thomas, W. H., Jacksonville.7-1601 Thompson, D. C., Jacksonville.7-4402 Thompson, F. E., Michigan. Thompson, H. O., Tampa.S-1583{ Thompson, T. C., Jacksonville.5-121l| Thorne, J. L, Miami.2-1030| Thorpe, E. D., DeFuniak Springs. Thorpe, F., Tampa.H-1009; Threlkeld, M. E., Miami.2-6754 Tiller, O. B., Chipley.311 Tillis, W. L., Lakeland.38171; Tillman, G. C., Gainesville.31:^ ^ Tinkler, B. R., Lake Wales.14 i Tison, B. M., Tampa.2044' Todd, DeV. O., Pennsylvania. Tolar, J. N., Sanford.60C Tomlinson, J. P., Lake Wales.9C! Tomlinson, J. P., Jr., Alabama. .J Torbett, R. S., Tampa.4332; Torretta, J. N., Tampa.Y-117F

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17 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Phone No. Touchton, W. C., Avon Park.36-L Tower, J. B., Homestead.24 Toy, S. H., Umatilla.10403 Trelles, J. A., Tampa.Y-1191 Trousdale, T. McK., New York.None Trovillion, J. A., Winter Park.None Truelsen, T., Tampa.2865 Tsangaris, T., Tarpon Springs.8195 Tumlin, C. E., Miami.25525 Turberville, J. S., Century.2 Ring 4 Turck, R. C., Ortega.2-1861 Turner, J. B., Bagdad.118 Turner, J. C., Miami. 2-6686 Turner, J. W., Cedar Key.None Turner, S. L., Williston.86 Tyler, L. V., South Jacksonville.5-5567 Tyre, C. McK., Eustis.62 Twiggs, J. H,, Archer.None Tyson, W. W., Perry.40 U Underwood, A. W., St. Augustine. Upchurch, N. A., Jacksonville.None Uzell, V. D., Miami.None V Vail, L. B., Dunedin.None Van Dament, W. T., Ft. Lauderdale.110 Van Doren, W. H., Illinois. Van Engelken, L. H., Ocala.290 Van Epp, O. B., North Carolina. Van Landingham, W. E.,W.P.Beach..5419 Van Schaick, H. D., Jacksonville.5-2622 Vassar, T. D., Lakeland.3-4201 Vaughan, C., Tampa.3462 Veal, E. W., So. Jacksonville.5-8266 Velasco, E. E., Ft. Myers (Col.) .736 Vickers, T. R., W. Palm Beach (Col.) 6241 Vinson, W. J., Miami.3-2171 Vogt, F. A., Miami.2-1346 W Waas, F. J., Jacksonville.5-2250 Wade, H. W., St. Petersburg.4371 Wallace, H., Naples.None Walker, H. A., Hollywood—.Hollywood 222 Walker, W. H., Lamont.400 Walkup, A. C., St. Augustine.71 Wallis, T. H., Ocala.127 Walter, F. J., California. Walters, A. L., Miami Beach.5-1703 Walton, M., Hastings.11420 Ward, C. A., Jacksonville (Col.).5-1552 Warren, E. W., Palatka.74 Warren, G. H., Perry.180 Warren, W. R., Key West.619 Washburn, C. D., Jacksonville.5-4479 Waterman, A. H., Illinois. Watson, H., Lakeland.33071 Name Address Phone No. Watt, H. F., Ocala.510 Watters, W. H., Coconut Grove.-B’yv’w 210 Watts, P. E., South Jacksonville-5-4123-W Webb, C. C., Pensacola.402 Webb, E. P., Crestview.115 Webb, R., West Palm Beach.9536 Webb, R. L., Jacksonville.None Webb, W. D., St. Augustine.862 Weed, W. A., Lakeland.2191 Weekley, A. S., Tampa.H-1078 Weeks, L. R., Trenton.None Weeks, P. D., High Springs.26 Weems, H. V., Sebring.164 Weiland, A. H., Coral Gables-Evergr’n 670 Weis, E. W., DeLand.588-J Welch, G. E., Palatka.41 Welch, P. B., Coral Gables-Evergreen 190 Wells, J. R., Daytona Beach.10 Wells, W. E., Tampa.M-63-902 Wells, W. M., Orlando (Col.).3511 West, C. O., Kansas. West, H., DeLand.279 West, J. W., Live Oak.4920 Westcott, W. E., Orlando.3141 Westermann, J. T., Miami.28622 Wheatley, C. I., Winter Garden.14 Whidden, E. K., Pensacola.None Whiddon, L, L., Ft. Pierce.171 Whisnant, B., Ft. Myers.145 Whitaker, C. D., Raiford.1820 Whitaker, F. C., Bradenton.24031 Whitaker, J., Miami.None White, B. L., St. Petersburg.46-179 White, C. B., Cocoa.84 White, D. W., Miami Beach.5-1703 White, H. E., St. Augustine.668 White, I. D., Indiana. White, J. A., Tampa (Col.).2497 White, J. B., Ormond Beach.None White, R. T., Orlando.4488 White, R. P., Milton.None White, W. C., Live Oak.37 Whitfield, J. M., Panama City.372 Whitford, G. R., Ozona.29306 Whitlock, W. E., High Springs.26 Whitman, F. S., West Palm Beach—4401 Whitten, B. L., Miami.2-3842 Wilcox, C. R., Jacksonville.5-6542 Wilhoit, S. E., Quincy.47 Wilhoyte, R. E., Lake Wales.14 Wilkinson, A. H., Jacksonville.5-4743 Wilkinson, B. A., Tallahassee.85 Williams, A. G., Lakewood.3 Williams, C. A., St. Petersburg.4994 Williams, D. B., Washington, D. C.None Williams, E. L., Ft. Meade.73 Williams, F. E., South Dakota.

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i 18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF Name Address Phone No. Williams, H. J., Tampa.H-44-103 Williams, I. E., Jacksonville (Col.)..-.5-2341 Williams, J. F., Monticello.62 Williams, J. W., Tampa.H-1009 Williams, R. H., Eustis.62 Williams, R. R., Tampa (Col.).3932 Williams, R. V., N. York-Rhinelander 1414 Williams, W. C., Jr., Delray Beach.110 Williams, W. J., Seville.2 Willis, J. M., Williston...19 Wilson, A, K., Jacksonville.5-4451 Wilson, B. C., Jacksonville.5-6173-R Wilson, C. B., Sarasota.2874 Wilson, C. H., Bartow.377 Wilson, J. F., Jacksonville.5-3521 Wilson, J. F., Jr., Lakeland.2-3711 Wilson, J. I., Groveland.None Wilson, J. R., Georgia. Wilson, M. C., Miami.2-3241 Wilson, W. P., Ocala (Col.).404 Winchester, H. E., Dunedin.6915 Winkler, W. B., Ft. Myers.843 Winsor, S. A., Pompano.None Winton, M. R., Tampa.2832 Withers, G. H., Miami Beach.52870 Witt, D. C., Alachua.37 Witt, T. W., Lake City.146 Woerner, L., Interlachen.41 Womack, D. R., Louisiana. MEDICINE Name Address Phone No.l Wood, A. J., St. Petersburg. 5 9 3o| Woodard, R. C., Miami.2-3541 1 Wooden, H. W., Orlando (Col.). 341l| Woolsey, B. F., Jacksonville.5-0676| Wood, G. W., Rockledge. 1 4 j Wood, S. C., Leesburg. 1 4 91 Wood, W. L., Pine Castle. N o n e | Wood, A. W., Miami.52090 Wood, G. W., Oxford.1211 Worley, S. G., St. Augustine.51-J Wright, N. A., Jr., Illinois. Wylie, L. A., St. Petersburg.8121 Y Yarbrough, W. F., Miccosukee.1 Yates, D. H., Madison.39 ; York, J. H., Georgia. Youimans, C. P., Miami.2-0517 j Youmans, 1. C., Miami.2-0517 :1 Young, A., Lake Worth.None I Young, C. T., Plant City.359 I Young, W. C., Chiefland.1 |: Young, W. C., Tampa.None i Z I: Zander, W. F., Ft. Meade.120 Zediker, A. B., St. Andrew.245 ‘ Ziegler, A. H., Pennsylvania. j Zion, S. M., Delaware. i

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19 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Medicine Alachua: Goode, Jesse Albert Witt, Dea Cleveland Alliance: Dowling, J. B. Altha: Sellers, Ernest Augustus Alva: Byle, A. S. Apalachicola: Conter, Augustus Eugene Murrow, Joseph S. Apopka: Carroll, C. McBride, Thomas Elliott Arcadia: Bevis, Henry Powell Highsmith, G. F, Kirkpatrick, Chas. Harry McSwain, D. L. Simmons, John Andrew Archer: Bishop, Berton M. Twiggs, John H. Auburndale: Deal, Charles Carson Simmons, Thomas G. Aucilla: McLeod, N. W. Avon Park: Chandler, Isaac Wayne Touchton, Walton C. Bagdad: Turner, John Bogan Baker: Adams, John L. Enzor, Justus O. Baldwin: i Brinson, Peyton A, %  Brinson, William David Bartow: I Bevis, William Marion i Hargrove, Julian Leo j Hughes, Robert Lee McMurray, E. R. Murphy, Chester Homer ] Newman, Heber Peacock Oglesby, John McGrady Wilson, Cecil Hendry Belle Glade: i Buck, William John Blountstown: i Burns, M. Q. Finlay, David H. Bonifay: Paul, L. H. Bowling Green: Philpot, James Milton Pyatt, Wesley Stokes Bradenton: Blake, Lowrie Wilson Boling, John Radford Bryan, Clarence H. Coleman, Albert J. Cowell, Edw. Huntington Davis, John McMahan Fleming, Claude Filmore Gates, Hubbard Hollingsworth, Sam’l Glen Larrabee, Charles William Leffingwell, John Brooks McCoy, Thomas S. Mason, John Franklin Whitaker, Furman Chairs Branford: Farnell, Croley Mason Brewster: Brown, George Wilmot Brooksville: Coogler, Adrian C. Creekmore, George R. Furlow, Leonard T. Hancock, Wm. Scott, Jr. Lowry, Robert A. Bunnell: Britt, Reddin Carter, Lemuel A, Callahan: Brewster, W. A. Campbellton: Booth, William Robert Campville: Sherouse, George W. Carbur: Richardson, John R, Carrabelle: Dykes, Chapman Car5rville: 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, Saunders, John Rudolph Chiefland: Young, William Clement Chipley: Coleman, William Edwin Harper, Charles Wilson McClure, Herbert A. Miller, Grover Cleveland Tiller, Oscar Byron Citra: Strickland, Edgar Eugene Clarksville: Reeder, Birt B. Clearwater: Adolphus, Gustavus Archie, Edw. Osc. (Col.) Black, M. Eldridge Bowen, John Thomas Brown, Harold Ogden Dickerson, Lucien Brown Groves, Wyatt Hammond Kauffman, Frank E. Mighell, Norman E. Nettles, Robbins Nickle, Millen Alexander Ruff, Joseph Franklin Smyth, Benjamin Clermont: Izlar, A. L. Clewiston: Puffer, Maurice L. Cocoa: Counts, Noah Tilden Hughlett, William Smith Page, Walter Clayton Scurry, B. C. (Col.) 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: Eckman, Benj. Franklin Kitchens, F. E. Lefholz, Rothwell Quillian, Warren Stuart, J. Dever Welch, P. B. Weiland, Arthur H. Cottondale: Smalley, James Garfield Crawfordville: Harper, Joseph A.

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20 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Crescent City: Ford, Edward White Crestview: Enzor, Olin O. Fleming, Oscar Harris Webb, Edward Porter Cross City: Anderson, James Martin Jones, Thomas Capers Lancaster, William L. Crystal River: Hudson, Porter James Moon, William Benjamin Cypress: McLeod, John Edward O’Hara, Andrew M. Dade City: Jackson, Thomas Fred McGregor, Geo. Gleason Sistrunk, Robert Donnie Dania: Shelton, John Benjamin Darlington: Spires, W. G. Davenport: Besenbruch, Peter W. Day: Prine, J. L. Daytona Beach: Adams, T. A. (Col.) 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. Green, George Melbourne Groesbeck, F. B. Hills, James Seth (Col.) Howe, Raymond Howe, Roy Johnson, Harry Dash Jones, Lauren Klock, Guy Almeron Merryday, Harry L. Miller, Robert Lee Myres, Magnus J. Puleston, Fred Rawlings, James Emery Rogers, M. Josie Rutter, Joseph Howard Smith, Dean Tyler Stocking, John T. (Col.) Taylor, William Henry Wells, J. Ralston DeFuniak Springs: McSween, John C., Jr. Morris, G. P. Spires, Ralph Broadus Thorpe, Eugene D. DeLand: Brown, Lu Van Leer Carter, Emory A. Coleman, Sen. R. (Col.) 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: O’Bannon, Albert Delray Beach: Davis, Kenneth McCaskill Williams, William C., Jr. Dowling Park: Dicks, Reid E, McFeeters, Richard Bruce Dunedin: Mease, John Andrew, Jr. Vail, LeRoy B. Winchester, Harold E. Dunnellon: Baskin, James G. Stutts, Baldwin S. Eastport: Baker, Walter Joseph Eau Gallie: Creel, William Jackson Ellenton: Luke, Josiah Jackson Esto: Smith, David Franklin Eustis: Calvin, William J. Coupland, James Durfey Hannum, Montgomery M. Jackson, Alf. Jos. (Col) Lodor, Charles Howard Reed, Francis A. Tyre, C. McK. Williams, Rabun Herbert Fairfield: Gatrell, Henry Femandina: Bunker, Lyman Lyndon Humphreys, David G. Ft. Lauderdale: Brown, Oliver Clinton Brush, Samuel P. Carter, Donald Earl Darrow, Anna A. Freiday, Wm. Gustav 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 Van Dament, Walter T. Ft. McCoy: Lisk, Percy F. | Ft. Meade: j Carefoot, George H. j Lindsey, Sherrod Austell! Williams, Edwin Lacy I Zander, William Franci^ 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 Gordoii, Newton, Robley Dunglisorj Nowling, James Cleveland Seiler, Minnie Myrtle j Stone, George S. Velasco, Edw. E. (Col.) j Whisnant, Baker Winkler, William Bond i Ft. Ogden: Aurin, Emil C. | Ft. Pierce: Boothe, Robert Campbel; Clark, Haynsworth D. Council, Melton Downij Hardie, Grover C. Whiddon, Lester Lee j! Ft. White: Burns, Joseph Pulaski ji Freeport: j Huggins, Evans Lewis 1; Frostproof: Allred, Idus P. Cordes, Henry B., Jr.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Sainesville: Andrews, Edwin Raymond Ayer, Robt. Bunyan (Col.) Colson, James Henry Dell, James Maxey DePass, Matthew H. Elmore, William T. Haskell, Lyman George Hodges, James Harrison King, T. Byron Lassiter, Wilburn Maines, John E., Jr. Rice, Samuel Davies Smith, DeWitt T. Snow, Thos. A. Summerlin, John Lee Thomas, William Clark Tillman, George Clarence Glenwood: Bredow, Pauline Wilson Graceville: Box, Wilmer Cortez Miller, Redden Lee Grandin: Brantley, Zannie Grand Ridge: j Ryals, Charles Howell Green Cove Springs: i Fisher, Leslie Carlisle i Forde, S. J. E. (Col.) Key, Foster P. Greensboro: Gardner, Otho Winton Greenville: King, Loomis Perine Groveland: DeVane, William G. Wilson, James Iradel Gulf Hammock: Laffitte, Lincoln Sydnor Haines City: Eide, Alfred Theodore Justice, Robert Lee McKnight, George Scott Martin, Emmett Edward Rogers, David Hugh, Jr. Sample, Joseph Richard Shafer, William W. Hastings: Bartee, Luke Harvey Stanton, Gordon Walton, Milton Havana: Bertrem, J. Willie Sapp, Harmon H. Hawthorn: Floyd, G. Matthew Hialeah: OÂ’Quinn, Leon Hardie High Springs: Weeks, Percy Dell Whitlock, Wm. Eugene HiUiard: Fuqua, Cleveland C. Kennan, Albert L. Holly Hill: Sayres, C. O. Hollywood: Butler, Bruce Fowler Hartley, James Mitchell Kinsey, E. T. McLaury, Elbert Roper, Luther Eldridge Walker, Harrison A. Holopaw: Anderson, Claude Jones, Thee Allan Perkins, Herman Homestead: Jordan, William Bullard Tower, John B. Hosford: Bullard, Ponce DeLeon Indiantown: Matthews, W. M. Interlachen: Woerner, Lydia Inverness: Cross, Kilpatrick Dame, George A. Miller, James F. Jacksonville: Adams, George E. Adams, Thomas Shaw Allen, James Franklin Arms, B. L. Bacon, Henry Baker, Robert M. Barfield, Frederick G. Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Beals, John A. 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, R. L., Jr., (Col.) Bryant, James Malone Buckman, Thomas E. Campbell, S. S. (Col.) Carefoot, Evison I. Cason, Turner Zeigler Chilli, Joseph L. Collins, C. C. Copeland, Silas Morgan Copp, Francis Allen Counts, Herbert Walter Croft, Theodore Gaillaid Cunningham, Lester W. Daniel, Sam B. (Col.) Day, Gaston Dean, Russell H. Dickerson, George Lewis Drew, Horace R. Driskell, Simon Eugene Duncan, Chas. F. (Col.) Durkee, Jay Harvey Dux, Henry M. Enneis, F. B. Erwin, Stanley Field, Thomas Sullivan Fort, Frank Leslie Furnish, Richard Douglas Gammon, Julian E. Goethe, James E. Goggins, John H. Goodale, Banks H. Greene, Ralph N. Griffin, LeRoy Smith Gwinn, Van Henry Hanson, Henry Harrell, David E. Harris, Herrman Hirsch Harris, William Greene Hartman, James H. Heggie, Norman McLeod Herlong, Mark Boyd Holden, Gerry R. Holloway^ Luther William Horne, Hendley Foxworth Humphreys, David G., Jr. Humphries, Homer H. Ira, Gordon Henry James, H. Wm. (Col.) Jelks, Edward Jennings, Charles L. Johnston, Crowell W. Jones, Frank Curtis Keisling, Frederick Carter Killinger, Raymond R. Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee Kirk, William Wilson

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22 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Knauer, William J. Knight, A. Comer Krueger, Frederick W. Limbaugh, Louie Mixon Livingston, S. P. (Col.) Love, James D. Lyncker, Nicholas McEuen, Harry Bernard McGinnis, Robert H. Mclver, Robert Boyd McKenzie, Albert Clarence Manhoff, Ben Manning, William S. Martin, Paul Howard May, Robert Drysdale Means, George Simonton Miller, Frank D. Miller, Jos. P. (Col.) Mitchell, George Milner Mitchell, John Henry Moe, Leonard N. Morgan, Thomas Edward Morris, S. A. Norris, Samuel Royall Norwood, John Kirk Oetjen, George Frederick Owens, John H. Parramore, James B. Pasco, James Denham Patterson, J. P. (Col.) Patterson, W. A. (Col.) Peterson, Claus Alfred Peyton, Harry A. Phillips, James C. Pierce, James Lewis Proctor, Harper Lane Randolph, James H. Reeves, Ernest Edwin Richards, Ferdinand Richardson, George W. Richardson, Shaler Arnold Roberts, Earl H. Rogers, Wieland Walker Rollins, Clarence David Ross, William Edson Sanderson, Raymond Sandusky, Clarence M. Schell, Warren W. (Col.) Schnauss, William R. Schneider, David Schnell, Frederick E. Seay, Walter Ervin Sellers, Elijah Thomas Shaw, John Henry (Col.; Shellhorse, William F. Simpson, James Knox Sisson, Sanford S. Skipper, Clarence Toombs Smith, Arthur W. (Col.) 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. (Col.) Washburn, Clayton D. Webb, Roy Lee Wilcox, Clarence Robert Wilkinson, Albert H. Williams, Israel E. (Col.) Wilson, Alpheus K. Wilson, Burrell C. Wilson, J. Frank Woolsey, Bertram Fred Jasper: Bruce, John Robert Corbett, Joseph H. OÂ’Cain, William Marvin Jennings: Beaty, Jas. J. Kenansville: Myers, Nicholas P. Kendall: Moore, Alfred Key West: de Aragon, Adolfo E. Basso, Enrique Rodriguez Galey, H. C. Lowe, Eugene C. Pintado, Nilo C. Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Warren, William Richard Kissimmee: Brinson, Haynes Derbyshire, Ephraim Geiger, Hugh St. Clare Rivers, Thomas Maximus Labelle: Seebold, John Louis Lacoochee: Cannon, Augustus Bartow McLeod, Thomas Lake Butler: King, G., R. Seeber Maines, John Edge Mann, John M. Marshburn, Clarence B. Lake City: Anderson, Joseph Gordon Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Arnold, Laurie James Bates, Thomas Henry Brown, Edgar F. Caldwell, Herbert Dyer, James Hubert Farnell, Perry Cleveland Harkness, Robert B. Ives, Washington MacKey Murray, Francis A. (Col.) Niblack, James L. Nichols, William S. Rogers, A. E. Witt, Thomas Walter Lake Geneva: Faver, Robert M. Lake Jo vita: Bradshaw, John T. Lakeland: Causey, Thomas William Clark, Samuel Allen Cline, R. L. Dickinson, Walter Philip Early, Charles Stacy Farmer, Charles Hall Freeman, Grover C. Griffin, J. D. Hampton, W. H. (Col.) Koon, Alpheus C. Leffers, Richard, Sr. Lester, John Gambill Love, Cicero W. Maynard, Ben H. Overstreet, George Clenon Richards, Henry Mercer | Roberts, Tenney Hugh |i Simpson, David J. (Col.)| Smith, Samuel Frederick*; Stetson, Alexander G. C.f Sullivan, Raleigh Robert! Tillis, Wylie L. | Vassar, Thomas Dupree ; Watson, Herman Weed, Walter A. I Wilson, John F., Jr. f Lake Wales: | Epling, Brady Dexter | Tinkler, Bruce Raymondj Tomlinson, J. Pitt Ij Wilhoyte, Roy Evans i Lakewood: Williams, A. G. I Lake Worth: ii Brantley, Grady H. | Denison, Raymond Chase|| Nutter, William Lawrencel; Rowe, Alvah Leo j| Sory, Bailey Brown, Jr. Tatom, Fletcher Lothair| Young, Anne Lamont: Walker, William Henry |

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23 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Largo: Anderson, William D. Barker, Samuel J. Laurel Hill: Hooten, William A. Stephens, Samuel Edward Lawtey: Carradine, John Hunter Lee: Hamrick, Bascom W. Leesburg: Bush, Warren D. Doctor, William Raymond Holland, Howard Grey Morrison, Harry K. Wood, Samuel Clifford Live Oak: Airth, Henry Franklin Anderson, Thomas S. Price, Joshua Marvin I Reynolds, John Henry Strickland, Henry M. West, James Whitaker White, William Charles Loughman: I Holloway, Clayton W. Lynn Haven: McCeachy, J. S. Macclenny: ; Crockett, Edward Wray McIntosh: Strange, James Lawson Madison: Blalock, Alonzo L. Davis, George O. Hamrick, Benjamin F. Long, Eustace McLeod, Robert Francis Yates, David H. Malone: Kennedy, Robert L. Manatee: Lancaster, Blake McDuffee, Toliver M. Mandarin: Sengstak, Ernst P. E. Marianna: Baltzell, Nicholas Albert Harris, Edward Hodges, Genous S. McKinnon, Daniel Angus Marshburn, Eustis R. Mayo: Green, O. F. May port: Bothwell, George Edgar Melbourne: Bean, Ira Floyd Hay, Isaac Morris Hicks, Isham Kimbell Strode, Robert Caldwell 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 Ballard, Ira Willis Barfield, J. O. Barge, Hubert Arlander Barge, William Jacob Bertram, Albert J. Boles, Dallas Seth Brown, John Wilcox Brunner, Earlsworth C. Bullard, Clifton Price Burch, R. N. Carter, Albert Charles Chambers, Silas Eldridge Chandler, Gail Ellsworth Chapman, Wm. A. (Col.) Claxton, William Allan ClQghorn, Charles Dalton Conger, George Drew Coplan, Milton M. Couric, Edmonson S. Cross, William Franklin Davis, Harley Franklin DeBoe, Michael Price DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen Dobrin, Max Dunaway, Carl Ellis Du Puis, John Gordon Elder, Samuel Fletcher Elgin, Lee William Ellis, William Harrison Flipse, Matthew Jay Ford, Robt. Benj. (Col.) Foxworthy, Frank W. Frazier, S. M. (Col.) French, Elmo Dial Ghertler, Max Goodson, William M. Gowdy, Francis A. Gowdy, Ralph A. Graves, J. Raymond Haggard, Wm. Andrew Hall, E. J. Hanna, Fouad Hilmy Harris, David Watson Harris, Robert Miller Hassell, Cecil Starke Hatch, Ernest Bruce Hawkins, John Roy Hodsdon, Benjamin F. Hodsdon, Luther Albion Holmes, Albert G. H. Holmes, Roy Jones Hutson, Thomas W. Jaudon, Eugene Keene Jenkins, Leslie Max Jindra, Vladimir Kamil Jones, Edwin Mercer Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr. Keeler, Frank L. Keely, John Kemp, Austin James Kennon, Charles L. Kershaw, A. J. (Col.) Kirby, William Leslie Kirsch, Maxwell David Koger, Emmet Bascom Lanier, William Tomlinson Leavitt, H. A. Lewis, Taylor Light, Samuel D. W. Lithgow, William D. Litterer, Ammon Buist Lott, Young Cleveland Lowrie, Thomas L. (Col.) Lowry, Charles S. Luke, Jas. Martin Joshua Lustgarten, Abraham Lyell, Robert Oliver McCall, Frederick Wm. McCartney, Johnson N. MacDonell, Geo. Nowlan McGunagle, Joseph E. McKenzie, John Seaborn McKenzie, Olin Glaze McKibben, Wm. Watson Manson, Plunier Jacobs Marsh, Lucille Johnson Marshall, Louis Richard Martin, Benjamin James Maxwell, Eugene B. Mazon, Fred. D. (Col.) Medlin, Willard Buford Milton, John D. Monroe, A. Leight Newell, Chas. Eugene 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 Raap, Gerard Rentz, William C. Sawyer, W. B. (Col.)

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24 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Seeds, John B. Shaw, Eugene Clay Simpson, J. Robert Sinclair, John A. B. Skaggs, Peter Thomas Smith, Chas. Kirby Smith, James Walker Snyder, John William Stewart, Jos. S., Jr. Summers, Albert Tower Tallman, Maurice Henry Thomas, Edwin Crawford Thomas, Kelly C. Thorne, James I. Threlkeld, Major Edgar Tumlin, Corbett Edward Turner, John Calvin Uzell, Vlasta D. Vinson, Willie Joseph Vogt, Ferdinand A. Westermann, Julius T. Whitaker, Joel Whitten, Benj. Leland Wilson, M. C. Wood, Arthur Welleslie Woodard, Robert C. Youmans, Corren Pinckney Youmans, Iva Catherine Miami Beach: Hall, Thomas Bryan Hotchkiss, Walter T. Hutton, J, C. F. Jenkins, Paul K. Panettiere, Cayetano Payton, Frazier J. Pollock, Benjamin Roche, Charles Frederic Sayles, Charles Frederick Schubert, Frank Pat Silverman, Harry Z. Smith, John Frederick Thomas, Merrick Dowdell Walters, Arthur Louis White, David Ward Withers, Gabriel Harold Micanopy: Dailey, Ira A. Miccosukee: Yarbrough, Wilbur Fisk Milton: Hankins, Jeremiah N. Heath, Henry Oliver Holley, John Calvert Thames, James Grimes 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. Conklin, Raymond C. Fenn, Harry Todd Mulberry: Murphy, Hugh K. Pearce, Claude Clifford Munson: Dodson, Mayhew W. Nalaca: Dyess, Charles T. Naples: Wallace, Henry Newberry: Getzen, Samuel Pace New Port Richey: Gavin, Claudius A. New Smyrna: Bouchelle, Louis Brown Chowning, William C. Forster, Davis Henry, Hugh W. Hunter, Isaac Harry Johnson, Joseph L. Miller, Benj. Edgar Niceville: McGriff, William Franklin Nichols: Lowry, James B. Noma: Ramsay, Walter D. Ocala: Chalker, James LeRoy Dozier, Henry C. Ferguson, Robert Donald Freeman, Albert H. Hughes, R. S., (Col.) Jones, Nathaniel H. (Col.) Lane, William K. Lindner, Eaton George Mitchell—Hampton, E. C. (Col.) Moore, John Norton Peek, Eugene G. Van Engelken, Louis H. Wallis, Thomas Henry Watt, Harry Farlin Wilson, W. P. (Col.) Ocoee: Scott, Sam R. Okeechobee: Davis, Claude L. Lingo, Michael Jones McDermid, Hady Calvin Oklawaha: Martin, Irl E. Orange Park: Lane, Remer Young Orlando: Andrews, Laurin Lundy Andrews, Mitchell M. Ashley, Kennerley Comst’l Beardall, Harold Martin Buckmaster, Ory L. Butler, Paul T. Callahan, Jerry B. (Col.) Chappell, John R. Chiles, Joseph Haskell Christ, Calvin D. Collins, Charles Joseph Craney, Edward Thoma Daniels, Sam. H. (Col.) I Davila, J. A. Day, Horace A. Edwards, Gaston H. Folsom, Spencer A, Ford, James Arthur Gray, Frank Dorsey Gwynn, Humphrey Wilso Hankins, 1. Sylv. (Col.)| Heitz, John J. Hoffmann, Carl Donnell Ingram, Lawrence C. Johnston, Hewitt Kime, Rufus R. Kleiser, Albert H. Lewis, P. M. McElroy, Sylvan McEwan, John S. Mallory, Meredith Marshall, Cyril Justin Oertel, Henry B. Orr, Louis McDonald, J Osenbach, William Osincup, Gilbert Seymor Pines, John Andrew Redding, John L. Robinson, S. Miles Shoemaker, Samuel Anis Sinclair, William Ewing Smith, James Horace Spiers, William Henry ; Stafford, Arthur Henry ; Summitt, Robert Elmer Wells, William M. (Col. Westcott, Wm. Emerso White, Roland Thatche Wooden, H. W. (Col.) Ormond Beach: White, John Blake Ortega: Turck, Raymond Custer Osceola: Moore, Thomas G. Oviedo: Martin, John William

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25 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Dxford: Wood, George W. Dzona: Logan, Chester Edward Whitford, Grace Ruarc •^ahokee: Creel, Charles Edgar Spooner, D. S. Floyd, Hayden G. (Col.) Hosey, John T. Long, James A., Jr. (Col.) Miller, Wesley Sherman Rosborough, Dalton Yancy Steen, Alexander M. Warren, Edmund Walters Welch, George E. >alm Beach: Downs, Augustus S. Fahnestock, Joseph C. Merrill, Charles Morton Morrison, Charles C., Jr. Newton, Silvanus B. *almetto: Brown, John O. Harrison, Mac Millar anama City: Adams, Daniel M. Blackshear, R. D. Blackshear, William J, Fraser, Donald Scott Lee, William Joseph Nixon, James Montgomery Whitfield, J. M. •arish: Lamb, Lloyd L. i*enney Farms: Hamner, George P. j^ensacola: Abbott, M. S. G. (Col.) Ames, Allen M. Anderson, Warren Edw. Bell, John D. Bickerstaff, James Henry Brunson, H. B. Bryans, Herbert Lee Bryans, Robert Lee Carter, John Hardin Cobb, E. S. (Col.) D’Alemberte, Clinton W. ; Dewberry, William C. Dixon, Albert A. (Col.) I Fellows, James Hugh Haisfield, Abram Raymond Heinberg, Charles J. Hixon, Frank Pettj^ Hoffman, James Mortimer Hutchinson, Clarence E. Johnson, Arthur J. Lischkoff, Mozart A. Mixon, J. A. Mock, Albert Edward Nobles, Robert Green 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, Edw. Jul. (Col.) Webb, Carol C. Whidden, Eugene K. Perrine: Freeman, Mary Perry: Culpepper, Cincinnatus T. Ellis, John Clement Greene, Ralph James Tyson, Will W. Warren, George Hilliard Pierce: Ragsdale, Velpeau H. Pine Castle: Wood, Will Lee Pinetta: Kinsey, Junius P. Plant City: Alsobrook, John Walter Black, Robert C. Coleman, John Alexander Harrell, Lovell Hampton Holton, William Joseph Joyner, Oscar Alb. (Col.) Knight, John Clarence Maguire, Thomas Clair Sanchez, Butler Hall Young, Calvin Todd Pomona: Main, Daniel C. Pompano: McClellan, George S. Winsor, Sanford A. Ponce de Leon: Eldridge, Marion Webster Lowry, Casper F. Stephens, Hiram Aubrey Port Tampa City: Mudge, William H. Punta Gorda: Steely, James A. Quincy: Davis, Julius Caesar, Jr. Gainey, Jewel Guy Godard, Robert Fain Mack, (Zlyde Clifton Massey, William Walton Stevens, Wm. S. (Col.) Wilhoit, Sterling E. Raiford: Whitaker, Courtland Dan’l River Junction: Barnes, Benjamin F. Rockledge: Wood, George W. Safety Harbor: Edwards, Walter E. St. Andrew: Jansenius, Anton J. H. Zediker, Arthur B. St. Augustine: Burnett, Wilbur E. Estes, Edgar Stuart Gonzalez, Feliciano (Col.) Guy, Walter Bryant Irwin, Joseph Max Lindsley, Horace Lyles, Arthur M. (Col.) Parkinson, William N. Potter, George Walter Scruggs, Samuel Andrew Spencer, Jacob John Starke, Lancaster C. (Col.) Underwood, Arthur W. Walkup, A. Clark Webb, Walter Duval White, Herbert Eugene Worley, S. G. 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 Davis, James Ernest Davis, William M. Dawson, Stephen A. Echard, Thomas B. Feaster, Orion Otis Fisk, Harley Bruse Funk, Neil E. Gable, Linwood Malone Gable, Nonie Wilson Gable, Nonie Worth Griffin, Thos. R. Guild, William A. Hardenbergh, John A. Haseltine, Burton Heibner, Eugene Albert Herring, John A, Hooper, Clara A. Hudson, Arthur T.

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26 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 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. McQueen, Archibald B. 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 Ponder, James M. (Col.) Post, William Glenn, Jr. Prather, Benton T. Putnam, Harry Lyman Quicksall, William E. Raborn, John D. Riley, Joe Shelby Roope, A. P. Roush, Franklin Winbert Rudolph, Councill CourtlÂ’d Sackett, Harry R. Sarven, James David Sbordi, Henry V. Simcox, Lawrence Solomon, Henry Doyle Strickland, Jesse Armed Stuart, Martin Hardin Wade, Hugh Wesley White, Benjamin Lewis Williams, Carl Alonzo Wood, Alvin James W^ylie, LeRoy Allen Sanderson: Blanton, Ira L. Sanford: Denton, John Thomas Heitz, A. W. Knox, Arthur Wesley Langley, William T. Mitchell, Clifford Morgan Park, Charles Lanier Prince, O. A. (Col.) Puleston, Samuel Robson, James N. Selman, Guy Stokely Smith, Henry Damon Starke, Geo. H. (Col.) Stevens, Ralph Edwin Tolar, Julian Nolley Sarasota: Cribbins, Orville H. Griffin, Harold W. Halton, Jack Halton, Joteephi Metzger, Frank C. Morton, Arthur Oscar Patterson, John Clyatt Rivers, John R. (Col.) Schultz, Frederick W. Taylor, Thomas Walter Wilson, Cullen B. Scanlon: Bryan, William H. Sebastian: Rose, David Sebring: Anderson, James M. Dunn, Joseph C. Mitchell, John Wesley Weems, Howard Vincent Seville: Williams, W. J. Sneads: Hudgens, Thomas Hamlin Pender, Marm.aduke S. Sopchoppy: Kemp, Malcolm T. South Jacksonville: Lamb, Robert J. Miller, Samuel David Tyler, Dockland Vance Veal, Ernest Whitney Watts, Peryl Elkin South Miami: Grimes, Dewey Herbert Starke: Holland, Robert Norris 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, Ephriam Mays Dozier, Laurie Lester Foote, L. H. B. (Col.) Hall, Francis Michael Johnston, John K. Kendrick, Odis Gilben Moor, Frederick Clifton Palmer, Henry Edwards Rhodes, Bricey Milton Wilkinson, Benjamin A. Tampa: Adamson, William P. Allen, Bundy Altree, Rowland Francis Anderson, M. J. (Col.) Andrews, Chadbourne A Baldwin, Robert Edgar Barker, Frank Talmage Bartlett, Charles W. Bartlett, Charles W., Ji Beyer, Arthur Ray Biddle, Percy Dake Bidwell, Alfred Morrell Bitzer, Emory West Blackmon, Heyward Jas Blake, William Campbel Boccelato, Salvador Leoi Bottari, Giulio Cesare Boyce, Homer P. Bronstein, Emmanuel Butchart, T. R. Byrd, Hiram Cameron, Fay A. Campbell, David A. Carlton, Leland F. Chandler, Julian C. i Christian, George R. j Cook, George Lindsay | Costa, Fiiank John | Cowart, James Taylor i Crum, James Wilhite Daniels, Benjamin A. Dickerson, R. Johnson Dickerson, Stephen Boye Dickinson, Joshua Cliftoi Dominguez, Jose A, Draper, Arthur Derby Duke, Roncie Renfro Duncan, William Peytoi Dyer, Walter Harmon Efird, Lester Julian Ely, Revel A. Etheredge, Shuler Hardii Farrior, Joseph Brown Farrior, Lawrence B. Faver, Henry Merrell Filbert, Charles Edward Fina, Ricardo Fluker, Carl Barnes Forbes, Sherman B. Foster, John Cantzon Foy, Eugene Thomas Gale, John S. Garcia, Parsons Manuel j Gilbert, Elsie MartinsoJ Gilmer, Eugene Stanford Glass, Roscoe Eugene Golden, Harold Miller j

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27 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE jrantham, James Mullins Jrimal, Angel S. Juerra, Julio J. jyland, Stephen P. Jampton, Ham S. dardy, George E. W., Jr. jJart, Oliver James delms, John S. ielms, John Sullivan, Jr, denderson, RobÂ’t Preston diggins, Allen Fitch dolloway, E. W. lopkins, Clack Dickenson dopkins, William B. dubbard,Roscoe Conkling efferson, Rollin ensen, Henry Jack ohnson, G. W. P. (Col.) ohnson, Sam. E, (Col.) ones, Augustus B., Jr. ;Cnauf, Arthur Raymond !^ancaster, William Jesse l>arner, Leonard G. ^.assman, George A. ;^entjes, Frederick .evy, Louis ^owry, Blackburn W. VicEachern, J. R. vIcLaws, Raymond B. vIcMurray, Henry Embry dcRae, Earle Hobart vlaechtle, Everett Woods Vlaner, George Ralph VTarney, Charles R. Vlartin, Douglas D. Vlartinson, M. M. Vlartorell, Abelardo Vlas, Juan Amado Vieighen, Douglas Gordon Vlerendino, Domenico Vlills, John Herman IVlilton, Daniel G. \Iilton, Philip Elington diralles, Manuel Sueiras y Mitchell, Lucien B. Moodie, Bazil M. Myers, Wade Cooper Myers, William Alfred idelken, Bernard Earl delson, Robert Goree Idorton, Geo. P. (Col.) Dppenheimer, Louis Sims Ortega, Rafael IPaniello, Santiago ?ate, Julien Carey Patterson, William Pearson, Richard J. Portocarrero, Nestor A. Lankin, Grover Cleveland L-ector, Lee Thornton Lowlett, William Monroe Russell, Ralph Edward Saxton, David E. Saxton, Jesse J. Shaver, Edward Franklin Smith, Burdette Smith, Henry Mason Smith, Walton Id. Y. Smoak, Edward Snow, Henry Oscar Spengler, Nathaniel L. Stafford, Charles S. Stone, Alvord L. Stringer, Sheldon Thompson, Hubert Orion Thorpe, Franklyn Tison, Burnett Maxey Torbett, Ralph S. Torretta, Joseph N. Trelles, Jorge A. Truelsen, Thomas Vaughan, Cecil Weekley, Augustine S. Wells, William Erastus White, Jac. Aug. (Col.) Williams, Horace Joseph Williams, John W. Williams, R. Reche (Col.) Winton, Mack R. Young, Wilburn Cogdell Tampashores: Oglesby, Charles Robert Tangerine: Lust, Benedict Tarpon Springs: Albaugh, Andrew P. Burnette, Elmer W. Douglass, J. E. McCallister, Archie Morgan, Wm. Edward Tsangaris, Theodore Tavares: Colley, Sanford C. Titusville: Adams, Dallas Hilliard Peppers, Guy Stewart Potthoff, Ernest W. Rose, John Rudolph Spell, James C. Stevens, Herbert J. Thomas, Abraham Fifield Trenton: Gray, Charles Rush Weeks, L. R. Umatilla: Ashton, Wilbur Lee Toy, Samuel Holt Useppa Island: Randall, Floyd Hamilton Venice: OÂ’Quinn, Charles A. Vernon: Dalton, Bailey W. Dawkins, N. J. Vero Beach: Grossman, Frederick A. Hardee, E. B. Harrell, George L. McClellan, P. T. Waldo: Pridgen, Claude Leonard Wauchula: Garner, John Elmo Kayton, Merle Clyde Poucher, Allen Alfred Webster: Roberts, Nathaniel F. Skipworth, James Leo Welaka: Campbell, Ezra Theodore Wellborn: Cline, Daniel Edward Smithson, Gelon Braxton West Palm Beach: Baldwin, R. Henry Bazemore, Mary Knott Binkley, John Frey Biair, William M. Carlisle, James L. Clay, Berney S. Cooley, Roy Oscar Dawson, George Millard Dyett, J. H. Russell (Col.) Edwards, G. R. L. (Col.) Fleming, Samuel Ward George, William W. Gerlach, Earl B. Gerlach, Henry P. Gunter, T. D. Hall, John Ewell Heath, Guy W. Herman, F. Peter Herpel, Frederick K. Hodges, Julius C. (Col.) Holly, Alonzo P. B. (Col.) Jared, Vernon Meadows Jefferson, T. LeR. (Col.) Lewis, Gaylord Miller, Alice R. Netto, Lloyd Joseph Oughterson, William Alex Papot, Grace Elliott Peek, Leon Ashley Peery, Emory Willis Rozier, Lauchlin McK. Sayad, William Yohannan Shackelford, W. Lawson Sibert, Aldo Vernon Stone, Vale D. Van Landingham, W. E. Vickers, T. R. (Col.) Webb, Roy Whitman, Frank S.

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28 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Wewahitchka: Miller, Allen H. White Springs: Barnett, Ross Augustus Cone, Daniel Newman Wildwood: Albritton, Andrew B. Slaughter, Thomas K. Williston: Turner, Smith Lanier Willis, Jesse M. Willow: Box, Chester Clyde Wimauma: Harris, John Henry Windermere: McMichael, J. C Winter Garden: Davis, James Abraham Lawrence, Everton Jay 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. Zephyrhills: Alsobrook, Blaxham E. Zoifo Springs: Spears, Ben D. Alabama: Alison, James F. Barnes, Edward Milum Holley, John F. Miller, Richard Lafayette Norris, Johnnie A., Jr. Snow, John Wesley Tomlinson, John Pitt, Jr. Arizona: Mills, David Arthur California: Brann, Harold Welch Ickstadt, Albert, Jr. McKinley, Frank James Walter, Frederick J. Delaware: Zion, Samuel M. Georgia: Avera, J. B. Blanchard, Hubert H. Brown, Virginius Lynn Curtis, Walker Lewis Dey, Walter Pettus Dame, Leland Hargreaves Duffin, Chas, Edward Fort, Arthur G. Fourcher, Kenneth R. Griffith, Daniel Henry Hardman, Wm. Wallace Hughes, Nathan Asbury Hughes, Tolbert W. Jenkins, Hughes Brantley Jones, William Wardlaw Lennard, Oscar Dean MacAvelia, Millard Thos. Martin, Leldon Wails Massenburg, George Y. Moses, Harry Nolan, Thomas Lovick Oppenheimer, Russell H. Pearson, Homer Colquitt Pittman, James Lee, Jr. Pomeroy, W. L. Stebbins, Alvin Lloyd Wilson, J. R. York, Jesse Hardman Illinois: Bell, Kenneth Rush Connor, A. B. Earel, Albert Marion Elliston, Leroy Bertram Elliston, Robert L. Giles, Harry L. OÂ’Hara, Fred Summa Rathbun, Geo. Lawrence Smith, Joseph A. Stimson, Horace Van Doren, William H. Waterman, Alonzo Higbee Wright, Nelson Amos, Jr. Indiana: Greene, Lorin Arthur Rawlings, Claude L. White, Isaac D. Kansas: West, Charles Omer Kentucky: Graves, Guthrie Yoehlee Graves, Lattie Meredith, Hubert M. Louisiana: Womack, David Ray Massachusetts: McCaffrey. Charles F. Odeneal, Thomas H. Perkins, Franklin A. Salley, Samuel Marion Michigan: Scheffel, Carl Smith, Milton C. Thompson, Fred E. Minnesota: Henry, Clifford Elmore Mississippi: Field, Samuel Eugene Missonri: Boone, John William C. Demko, Frank Eigle, Edwin George Kemp, Thomas J. Stormont, Riley M. New Jersey: Hill, John A. New York: LeBreton, Prescott Remington, Alvah C. Strong, Samuel Meredith Trousdale, Theo. McKee Williams, Robert Vincent North Carolina: Richardson, James C. Van Epp, Owen Bayard Ohio: Currence, John D. Hendrickson, Floyd C. Me Cleary, Joseph Roy Quasser, Adolph Bernard Rank, Auldy Theodore Rush, Thomas William Smith, Parke Gillespie i Oklahoma: j Hubbard, John Clarence | Pennsylvania: j Sample, Adrian Moore, Jr. | Simmons, Harry Frank ; Todd, De Villo Otis i Ziegler, Alfred Henry < South Carolina: Andrews, E. D. Brunson, Joseph E. i South Dakota: I Kenaston, Thomas C. j Williams, F. E. I Tennessee: Brewer, William Ausborn Brown, Emmett E. Maloney, Robert Lee Merchant, Harry McC. Thach, Andrew Blaine Utah: I Hayward, J. C. Vermont: Ilderton, John Allan Washington, D. C. Hodges, John Walter Williams, Daniel B. West Virginia: Myers, Hu Crim Wisconsin: Fossey, Herbert L. Leach, Milford Arthur Cuba: Strong, Samuel Benjamin Mexico: Griffin, James Burnie Nicaragua: Dey, Walter Pettus

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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, Naturopathis, 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, 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 th eoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County n wihich 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 registering, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuti Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the some 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 maetrial regard was employed by anyone or occurrd 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 repor tto the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certifciates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medi cal and /or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter 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 acknowledgements 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 satis factory 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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 tht 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 OFFICIAL OPINIONS 3J 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 &f &f 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. &f &f 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 a,nd /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 a,rt/’ 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 embrace 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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the require ment 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 material 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 masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required 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 registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of check ing 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 prevent 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 ain 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, before 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 registration 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 29 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES Total White Colored Total 1504 1433 71 Continued 1 1 A 1 Q rVi 11 P 30 29 1 Lake 21 20 1 2 2 Lee 19 18 1 Bb^ 11 11 Leon 12 11 1 TIrp c\ f nrH 4 4 Levy 5 5 19 18 1 Liberty 1 1 rri 29 29 Madison 9 9 L a Ihniin 4 4 Manatee 20 20 Lh a r1 riftp 1 1 Marion 21 17 4 C' itrii 5 5 Martin 4 4 Olay 7 6 1 Monroe 7 7 O nlliTr 1 1 Nassau 5 5 O n1ii mEi a 16 15 1 Okaloosa 8 8 V_/ X Cl X X i IL/ X CX Dade 180 173 7 Okeechobee 3 3 .... DeSnto 7 7 Orange 63 58 5 DiNiV 3 3 Osceola 11 11 Duval 169 155 14 Palm Beach 55 49 6 E<;ramhia 40 36 4 Pasco 8 8 J _irf O V--CC XiX XCV Ela p'ler 2 2 Pinellas 98 96 2 Eranlrlin 3 3 Polk 69 67 2 Oa d ;den 19 18 1 Putnam 13 11 2 CX VJ. o vx c..>xx rrilrhri.st 2 2 St. Johns. 18 16 2 Ola dp; 1 1 St. Lucie. 4 4 Gulf 1 1 Santa Rosa. 8 8 .... D a mil ton 6 6 Sarasota 12 11 1 Dardpp 6 6 Seminole 17 14 3 Hendry 2 2 Sumter 7 7 .... Hprnando 5 5 Suwannee 11 11 .... Highlands 6 6 ---Taylor 7 7 .... Hillsborough .... 161 154 7 Union 5 5, .... Holm PS 6 6 Volusia 55 51 4 Indian Bivpr 6 6 Wakulla 2 2 Jackson .. 16 16 1"’ Walton 7 7 .... Jefferson 6 6 Washington 8 8 Lafayette 2 2 .... Non-Residents .. 113 113 0

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 35 TABLE NO. 2— TOTAL number doctors of medicine registered in FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY— 1 9 29 STATES Total White Total .1 1418|13S3 Alabama .| 125! 1251 Arkansas .| 4' 4| California .| 21 2| Colorado .| 2| 2| Connecticut .| 6| 6| Dist.of Columbia| 2| 2| Florida .| 262| 220| Georgia .| 296] 2911 Idaho .1 1| 1| Illinois .1 51| 51| Indiana .| 42| 42| Iowa .1 23 j 231 Kansas .| 10! lOj Kentucky .| 42| 42| Louisiana .| 12| 111 Maine .| 7| 7| Maryland .| 13l 12| Massachusetts -| 16i 16| Michigan .| 26| 26i Minnesota .,| 7| 7| Mississippi .| 24| 231 STATES Total White Colored 1 Continued Missouri 28 28 Nebraska 10 10 New Hampshire 7 7 New Jersey. 13 13 New Mexico. 1 1 New York. 41 41 North Carolina37 35 2 North Dakota— 2 2 Ohio 36 36 Oklahoma. 1 1 Pennsylvania — 50 50 Rhode Island — 1 1 South Carolina70 62 "s South Dakota— 2 2 Tennessee 34 34 Texas 11 11 Utah 4 4 Vermont 7 7 Virginia 27 27 ---West Virginia .. 13 13 Wisconsin 20| 19| 1 Unknown 301 26| 65| 42 5 TABLE NO. 3—total number doctors of medicine registered in FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY— 1 9 29 COUNTRIES Total White Colored COUNTRIES Total White Colored Total .. 86 80 6 Continued Belgium 1 1 India ... 3 3 Ca na da 26 26 Italy 4 4 Central America 1 1 Peru .. 1 1 Cuba .1 14 13 1 Russia 2 2 -Scotland 1 1 Egypt i 2 2 — Spain 1 1 England .| 91 9 — South America1 1 Germany .| 12| 12 — Syria 1 1| Holland .| 1| 1 — West Indies.| 6 1| 5

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36 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 4— TOTAL number doctors of medicine registered in THE STATE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA— 1 9 29 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored Total 1504 1433 71 Continued Less 1 year. 1 year.. 2 years 3 years 4 years. 5-9 years. 10-14 years 15-19 years 20-24 years. 25-29 years 30-34 years. 61 46 92 163 70 188 129 176 130 77 66 61 46 90 161 70 188 126 166 121 71 60 2 2 3 10 9 6 6 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 3^ears. Unknown years 72 831 63 431 101 13 3i 3i 1! 15| 64| 8 74| 9 1 53| 10 i 40| 3 81 2 1 121 1 3| .... 3| .... 1| .... 1 15| .... TABLE NO. 5 — TOTAL number of doctors of medicine registered IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX— 1929 MALE FEMALE AGES 03 O
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1929 Registration of Practitioners of Osteopathy in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, D. P. H.

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Florida State Board of Health Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola Henry Hanson, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h., director Jacksonville

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS Lamar K. Tuttle, D. O., Miami (Deceased, term expires July 28, 1930) Frances Tuttle, D. O., Miami (Commissioned Aug. 6, 1929 for unexpired term) Julia Larmoyeux Kline, D. O., Jacksonville Alfred D. Glascock, D. O., St. Petersburg Ralph B. Ferguson, D. O., Miami Arthur Geo. Chappell, D. O., Jacksonville IVA Carr, D. O., Tallahassee Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M, Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930. SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registra tion of Doctors of Osteopathy who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chap ter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this re port has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year. This second annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have regis tered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics HENRY HANSON, M. D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword T a b l e s reproduced in the back of this publication in dicate the number of Doctors of Osteopathy registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and| other parts of the United States; foreign born by color;! length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors,! by color. In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears,] showing each doctorÂ’s name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns,] for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a] particular city or town. | The information relative to telephone numbers, contained! herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, I and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors! in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing] a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the tele-i phone number of the called party. This practice normally re-{ suits in the more prompt completion of your call. Â’ Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together | with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein. *1

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5 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Osteopathy ame Address Phone No. A dams, G. H., Massachusetts. 5 thorpe, E, M., New York. Dthorpe, W., New York. mold, G. E., Michigan. mold, H. J., California. :ty, N. B., Massachusetts. B lird, J. W., Ft. Myers.6&1195-R iker. A., Miami.2-1327 ill, C. S., Ocala.366 or 367 irber, C. W., Pennsylvania. irnes, C. W., Kentucky. rtholomew, G. C., Palatka.546 & 549 shaw, J. P., Pennsylvania. shline, O. O., Pennsylvania. lugher, L. G., Eustis.None LUghman, J. S., Iowa. .ughman, N, R. B., Iowa. um, J. D., Ohio. umgras, G. O., St. Petersburg.76-783 atty, D. C., St. Petersburg.60-784 eman, E. E., New York. eman, R. H., New York. rry, A. E., Tampa.3921 rry, J. M., Plant City.None rry, N. S., Tampa.None tts, A. K., Maine. (lings, L. G., Zephyrhills.None shop, R. E., Maine. jack, C. A., Ohio. ack, J. R., Miami.Seminole 645 ack. L. K., Miami.None anchard, J. F., California. auvelt, R., Georgia. auvelt, S. A., Georgia. ck, L. H., Michigan. )one, R. F., Avon Park.122 & 178-M rough, L. D., Indiana. prough, S., Indiana. rton, S., Ohio. wen, M. E., Virginia. wlby, D. J., Tampa.H-34-311 yd. C. M., Illinois. ackmeyer, W. F., Texas. ake, D. H., Connecticut. ink. C. A., Lakeland.None nklow. H. K., West Palm Beach....2-0211 own. C. E., Kansas... own, N. R., Maine. own, N. E., Tampa. • .2761 undage, C. L., Orlando.4235-R & 5269 ffalow, O. T., Tennessee. Hock, B. A., Orlando.6484 rnard, H. W., New York. sh, I. E., Jacksonville.5-3915 sh, L. E., Jacksonville.5-3915 Name Address Phone No. C Cahill, J. B., St. Petersburg 8415 Caine, A. B., Indiana Callison, C. P., Bartow N o ne Carleton, F. T., Orange City 2 Carlson, O., Indiana Carr, I. M., Tallahassee 1 0 34 Carter, W. C., California Cave, F. A., Massachusetts Chappell, A. G., Jacksonville .5-0096 Claverie, J. B., Illinois Cleveland, M. L., California Collins, R. F., Hollywood N o n e Comstock, B. H., Lakeland 2 -4061 Conklin, H. L., New Jersey Conn, M., New Jersey Covey, F. A., Maine Cox, M. M., Tampa H 3710 Cozart, J. A., Pennsylvania Craig, H. T., Orlando 6 3 1 1 Cresswell, S. E., Tampa H 3 4 -501 Cresswell, S. G., Tampa 4 405 Crutchfield, W. E., Miami 3-1406 Curry, E. K., Missouri D Damm, W. B., DeLand 1 0 9 Davies, O. P., St. Petersburg 8 7 714 Davis, C. H., Illinois Day, E. F., Kentucky Day, G. E., Tampa H 1 6 1 8 Denniston, E. L., Pennsylvania Dewey, A. E., Bayshore N o n e Diebold, W. A., California Doe, A. H., Zephyrhills N o n e Dorrance, H. J., Pennsylvania Dove, C. E., West Palm Beach 7 5 1 8 Dove, N. H., West Palm Beach N o n e Dykes, A. L., Tennessee E Fades, J. B., West Virginia. Eisenhart, W. E., Daytona Beach.1140 Ellison, W. H., Tampa.None Enright, T. M., Miami.None Eroh, C., St. Petersburg.68-092 Erwin, E. P., Miami.2-3941 Erwin, M. B., Miami.None Evans, A. L., Miami.2-9234-R & 2-1096 F Farr, B. H. C., New Smyrna.107 Feather, E. B., Jacksonville.5-8326 Ferguson, C. B., Miami.2-5430 Ferguson, D. M., Indiana. Ferguson, R. B., Miami.2-5430 Flynn, E. W., Tallahassee.1034 Fogarty, J. P., Indiana. Foster. J. E., North Carolina.

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Phone No. G Gahan, L. M., Miami.2-2732 Gardiner, W. D., Sanford.654-M Gates, O. B., Michigan. Getchell, C. E., Ft. Pierce.568 & 390 Gettinger, D. R., Arcadia.619 Ghostley, R. C., Canada. Gibbs, S. B., Coral Gables....Evergreen 472 Gingerich, L. E., Miami.2-4679 Glascock, A, D,, St. Petersburg.4739 Glezen, R. A., Michigan. Goehring, H. M., Pennsylvania. Gray, E. K., Wisconsin. Groenewoud, J. C., Illinois. H Hain, N. M., Miami.3-1591 Hall, S. A., Sarasota.7415 Harper, J,, Orlando.5930 Harris, A. J., Orlando.None Harris, E. L., Georgia...... Harris, F. W., Daytona Beach.616 Harter, B. P., Gainesville.864 & 875-W Heaton, M. T., Lakeland.2-2181 Heldt, R. C., Daytona Beach.366 Hensley, A. S., Haines City.168 Herroder, T. L., California Herst, S. J., Missouri.. Herzfeld, M., Michigan. Hicks, A. B., Michigan.. Hicks, A. L., Maine.. Hildreth, A. G., Missouri.... Holmes, T. C., St. Petersburg.4320 Holt, W. L., California. Howell, J. C., Orlando.4395 Hunter, M. G., Tampa.4107 Hurd, N. M., Orlando.6484 Hutton, D. F., Michigan. J Jones, E. O., Illinois. Jones, L., Daytona Beach.1145-J K Kane, J. E., Miami.2-3446 Kell, R. J., Sarasota.6322 Keller, F. B., Lakeland.3-0761 Kerrigan, L. M., Tampa.H-22-631 Keyes, L. S., Minnesota. Kidwell, J. Mississippi. Killoren, F. E., Miami.2-5782 Kingsbury, L. C., Lake Wales.84 Kinney, B. E., Illinois. Kinney, L. F., Illinois. Kirkpatrick, H. T., Bartow.8210 Kline, J. L., Jacksonville.5-5583 Name Address Phoi Larimore, L. S., Missouri. Lewis, C. H., Winter Haven. | Lindsey, O. E., Orlando. Long, G. P., Miami Beach. Love, S. R., St. Petersburg. Lumley, L. E., Lakeland. Me McCaslin, J. A., St. Petersburg. McCaughan, R. C., Indiana. McConnell, F. I., Pennsylvania. McIntyre, G. M., Wisconsin. McKinley, C. A., Miami. McMains, H., Orlando.Kf M Manchester, R. G., Bradenton. Marsh, F. M., Indiana. Martin, C. C., Lakeland. Maurer, M. E., Ohio. Meador, A. P., West Virginia. Medlar, S. A., Pennsylvania. Merner, H, B., Jacksonville.J Metcalf, C. A., Maine. Miller, J. D., West Virginia. Miller, L., DeLand. Miller, O. S., St. Petersburg. Miller, P. H., Pennsylvania. Miller, R. L., Tampa. Miller-Thurgood, G. E., Clearwater....; Mitchell, C. T., Orlando. Mochrie, E., Iowa. Money, J. V., St. Petersburg. Monroe, J. R., Ohio. Montague, C. C., Jr., Sarasota. Moore, E. A. E., St. Petersburg. Moore, G. W., Pennsylvania. Moore, R. D., Washington, D. C.-.No Morris, C. H., Illinois. Moseley, J. R., St. Augustine. Mount, F. M., California. Muncie, C. H., New York. Murphy, E. E., Illinois. Murphy, R. W., Daytona Beach. Mutschler, O. C,, Pennsylvania. N Neil, W. E., Daytona Beach.12 Noeling, G. D., Pennsylvania. Northern, R. J., Pennsylvania. ] O I OÂ’Connell, W. F., Miami. ^ OÂ’Dell, A. D., Sebring. [ OÂ’Neill, A., Daytona Beach. Osborn, H. C., Pennsylvania.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 7 me Address Phone No. P Tin, G. W., Colorado. ieger, A., DeLand. 1 1 6 ;ils, E. H., Ohio. rce, E. G., Bradenton.2-5954 rce, H. J., Ohio... rce, M. M., Bradenton....3-7301 & 2-5954 vrie, J. D., Miami.2-0724 tt, E. J., Michigan. issly, M. W., Jr., Tampa.H-1760 nty, S., Colorado. sque, R. C., Kansas. Q ick, R. T., West Palm Beach.6985 inn, E. X., Miami.None Name Address Phone No. Simpson, J. H., Jacksonville 5 5 7 98 Singleton, R. O., Texas Slater, A. B., DeFuniak Springs N o n e Smith, A. W., Massachusetts Smith, F. H., Indiana Smith, G. M., Miami 2 -6425 Smith, H. R., St. Petersburg .None Smith, J, R., Wyoming Sommer, C., Pensacola N o n e Spalding, M. R., Massachusetts Spencer, P. R., Eustis 1 7 4 Spicer, E. W., Connecticut Staff, L. E., Illinois. Stewart, C. B., Minnesota Stewart, H. H., Minnesota Stewart-Renicks, N. V., W. Haven..70-Blue Strayer, V. A,, Orlando.6408 R ier, N. L., West Palm Beach.2-3604 fenberg, M. G., Tampa.4405 nsey, E. L., West Virginia. nsey, F. E., West Virginia. ikin, F., St. Petersburg.5-4573 ly, M., Daytona Beach.49-J d, C. C., Colorado. hards, T. J., Jacksonville.5-0600 hardson, D. D., Miami-.Edgew'ater 1130 hardson, G. A., Mt. Dora.118 hardson, H. J., Miami.2-6550 ley, G. H., Jr., Miami Beach.5-3733 )inson, L. A., New Smyrna.287 jers, R. W., New Jersey. isman, W. F., Pennsylvania. |nmel, C. D., Lake Worth.None liyen. A., Tampa.H-1068 derson, R. O., Miami.2-1332 twell, J. O., Massachusetts. nders, A. B., Pensacola.624 nders, E. A., Canada.. nders, F. K., Leesburg.181 jife, M. E., Illinois. 'umacher, E. L., Eustis.173 jwieger, J. S., Michigan. man, K. L., Indiana. 7, T. G., Ft. Myers.373-R ards, D. D., Michigan. ereid, M. E., Tallahassee.None llenberger, J. M., Pennsylvania. flett, E. E., Kentucky. emaker, P. A., Michigan. 41, D. R., Ft. Lauderdale.205 jpert, M. E., Miami.None i?ert, A. M., Indiana. [er, W. D., Miami.2-5454 mons, H. F., Pennsylvania. T Teall, C. C., Eustis.None Tilley, M. R., Illinois. Tillman, C. G., Miami.2-2455 Tindall, A. W., Kissimmee.342 Tindall, K. B., Kissimmee.342 Town, F. M., Ohio. Towne, A. D., Mississippi. Tuttle, F. A., Miami.2-2397 Tuttle, L. K., Miami.2-5101 V Vaill, A. W., Massachusetts. Van de Sande, T. W., New Jersey. W Walker, C. N., Clearwater.2097 Walker, H. M., Texas. Walkup, M B., Sebring N o n e Waller, M. E., Mt. Dora.123 Ward, D. C., Winter Park 268 Webb, W. J., Orlando N one Weber, W. G., Miami 5 2257 Wheeler, G. D., Fruitland Park N o ne Wheeler, S. E., Lakeland 3 7 071 Whitaker, H. K., New Jersey White, G. H., Miami 2-2522 Williams, B. P., Illinois Williams, C. H., Pennsylvania Wilson, R. H., Pennsylvania Wirt, F. C., Dade City 1 8 Withers, A. M., Jacksonville 5 7 934 Wunderlich, R. C., St. Petersburg....5-2572 Z Zahr, O. R., Groveland 4 230 Ziegler, L. I., Illinois U Underwood, R. E,, Connecticut.

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8 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Osteopathy Arcadia: Gettinger, Donald Rufus Avon Park: Boone, Richard Franklin Bartow: Callison, C. P. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow Bayshore: Dewey, Arthur Everts Bradenton: Manchester, Raymond G. Pierce, Emery George Pierce, M. Margaret Clearwater: Miller-Thurgood, Grace E. Walker, Clarence Neel Coral Gables : Gibbs, Stephen B. Dade City: Wirt, Frederick Cravens Daytona Beach: Eisenhart, Willard Earle Harris, Frances Walton Heldt, Robert C. Jones, Lauren Murphy, Robert WilKam Neil, Walter E. OÂ’Neill, Addison Reay, Mildred DeFuniak Springs: Slater, Arthur Burdette DeLand: Damm, Walter B. Miller, Louis Pflueger, A. Eustis: Baugher, Leland Guy Schumacher, Erwin L. Spencer, Platt Rogers Teall, Charles C. Ft. Lauderdale: Shull, David Riley Ft. Myers: Baird, John W. Seay, T. G. Ft. Pierce: Getchell, Charles E. Fruitland Park: Wheeler, George D. Gainesville: Harter, Bernard Paul Groveland: Zahr, Oscar R. Haines City: Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: Collins, Randall F. Jacksonville: Bush, Ida Ellis Bush, L. E., Chappell, Arthur George Feather, Effie B. Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Merner, Harry Burdette Richards, Truman J. Simpson, John Henry Withers, Avis M. Kissimmee: Tindall, Amos Willard Tindall, Kenneth B. Lakeland: Brink, Charles Allen Comstock, Byron Herbert Heaton, Mattie Thomas Keller, Fred B. Lumley, Leila Embrey Martin, Chas. C. Wheeler, Sarah E. Lake Wales: Kingsbury, Louis C. Lake Worth: Rummel, Chauncey D. Leesburg: Saunders, Frank K. Miami: Baker, Adam Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Crutchfield, William E, Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Evans, Arthur L. Ferguson, Cecil B. Ferguson, Ralph B, Gahan, Leo Maurice Gingerich, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. McKinley, Carroll A. OÂ’Connell, William F. Powrie, James D. Quinn, Ella X. Richardson, Donald D. Richardson, Horace J. Sanderson, Robert Oscar Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Sigler, William Davis Smith, George Milton Tillman, Carl Gustave Tuttle, Erances A. Tuttle, Lamar K. Weber, Winifred G. White, Gilbert H. Miami Beach: Long, George Percy Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Mount Dora: la Richardson, Gerald i ai .Waller, Mary Elizab 1] New Smyrna: ic Farr, Bertrand H. C H Robinson, Lloyd A. le Ocala: le Ball, Clarence Strous Ic Orange City: Ir Carleton, Fanny ThÂ’n c Orlando: Brundage, Clarence L Bullock, Benoni A. Craig, Harry T. Harper, Josephine Harris, Andrew J. Howell, Joseph Corw: Hurd, Nettie M. Lindsey, Owen Ethri* McMains, Harrison Mitchell, Carey T. Strayer, Vere A. Webb, William J. Palatka: Bartholomew, Garold Pensacola: Saunders, Aubrey Bi Sommer, Charles Plant City: Berry, John Morriso St. Augustine: Moseley, James Rob< St. Petersburg: Baumgras, George C Beatty, Dale Clinton Cahill, James Brayto Davies, Owen P. Eroh, Calvin Glascock, Alfred Dea Holmes, Theron Clat Love, Samuel Rober McCaslin, James A. Miller, Orion S. Money, J. Vincent Moore, E. Adelyn El Rankin, Florence Smith, Hunter R. Wunderlich, Ray Ch Sanford: Gardiner, William L Sarasota: Hall, Samuel Arthur Kell, Robert John Montague, Charles C Sebring: OÂ’Dell, Arthur Dean Walkup, Maria B.

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Bureau of Vital Statistic DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 9 ahassee: irr, Iva Mae lynn, Emmett William svereid, M. E. ipa: erry, Albert E. erry, Nelle S. Dwlby, Doris Jones rown, Norval Edward ox, Martha M. resswell, Sara G. resswell, Sidney E, ay, Guilbert E. llison, William Henry unter, Melville Gunby errigan, Louise M. iller, Robert Lee ressly, Mason W., Jr. affenberg, Mina G. unyen, Agnes 3t Palm Beach: ^inklow, Howard K. bve, Chester Earl love, Nettie H. juick, Roy Terwilliger bder, Nannie Lurah Iter Haven: fewis, Cora H. ewart-Renicks, Nellie V. Iter Park: ^ard, Daniel C. hyrhills: illings, Leonard G. oe, Albin H. fornia: mold, Homer John lanchard, James F, irter, Walter Caldwell leveland, Mabel Lewis iebold, Wendell August erroder, Theodore L. olt, W. Luther ount, Florence M. )rado: :rrin, George W. rinty, Sylvia eid, Charles C. necticut: 'ake, Dewitt Henderson )icer, Ernest W. nderwood, Ralph E. rgia: lauvelt, Rudd auvelt, Stella Adelaide arris, Edwin Lewis ois: Dyd, Carroll Maurice averie, Jean Baptiste avis, Charles H. roenewoud, John C. Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Kinney, Lecta Fay Morris, Chester H. Murphy, Ethel E. Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Tilley, Moses R. Williams, Byron Patterson Ziegler, Laura Inez Indiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Caine, Allen Bennett Carlson, Oscar Ferguson, Denzil Morton Fogarty, Joseph Patrick McCaughan, Russell Craig Marsh, Fern Marie Seaman, Kent L. Siegert, Anna Mae Smith, Frank H. Iowa: Baughman, Jacob Schrock Baughman, Nanny R. B. Mochrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Brown, Chas. Elmer Prisque, Raymond C. Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W, Day, Edwin Frank Shifflett, Ella Edwards Maine: Betts, Addie K, Bishop, Rachel Elmira Brown, Nora R. Covey, Florence Alice Hicks, Anna Louise Metcalf, Charles A. Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. Atty, Norman Belmont Cave, Francis A. Sartwell, James Oliver Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root Vaill, Anna Wadhams Michigan: Arnold, G. E. Bock, Leo Henry Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Hutton, Donald Fox Pratt, Edwin J. Schwieger, James Scott Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Minnesota: Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stewart, Harry H. Mississippi: Kidwell, James Towne, Allen Dodge Missouri: Curry, Etna Kelso Herst, Sherrell Joseph Hildreth, Arthur Grant Larimore, Leland S. New Jersey: Conklin, Hiram Lewis Conn, Milton Rogers, Robert W. Van de Sande, Theo. W. Whitaker, Henry Kelsey New York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beeman, Edward Everett Beeman, Ray Herbert Burnard, Harold William Muncie, Curtis H. Treble, John Mill North Carolina: Foster, Julia E. Ohio: Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Pheils, Ervin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Town, Florence May Pennsylvania: Barber, Charles William Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Bashline, Orrin Osborn Cozart, James Allen Denniston,Elmer Leonidas Dorrance, Harold James Goehring, Harry Morgan McConnell, Frank Ira Medlar, S. Agnes Miller, Patrick Henry Moore,George Washington Mutschler, Oscar C. Noeling, George D. Northern, Robert Jerome Osborn, Harry Clifton Rossman, Walter Franklin Shellenberger, John M. Simmons, Harry Frank Williams, Clara H. Wilson, Raymond Herbert

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Tennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Dykes, Arthur L. Texas: Brackmeyer, William F. Singleton, Robert O. Walker, Horace M. Virginia; Bowen, Margaret E. Washington, D. C.: Moore, Riley D. West Virginia: Eades, James Beverly Meador, Aubrey Prentice Miller, Joseph Donley Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Wisconsin: Gray, Earl Kenneth McIntyre, George Meadi Wyoming: Smith, James Ralph | Canada: | Ghostley, Raymond Ch^ Saunders, Edward Arth

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Bureau of Vital Statistics II Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopathis, 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. 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 th eoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County n wihich 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 registering, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuti Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the some 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 maetrial regard was employed by anyone or occurrd 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 repor tto the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certifciates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medi cal and/or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter 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 acknowledgements 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 satis factory 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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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12 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 OFFICIAL OPINIONS 13 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 re sides or in which such practice is intended to be carried on. &f 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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14 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 embrace 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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the require ment 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 material 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 masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required 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 a.s 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 Statistic OFFICIAL OPINIONS 15 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 registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of check ing 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 prevent 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 ain 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, before 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 registration 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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16 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 1—TOTAL number doctors of osteopathy registered IN FLORIDA BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES—1929 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES Total White Colored Total 303 303 .... 1 Continued Alachua 1 1 Lake 9 9 Baker Lee 3 3 Bay Leon 3 3 Bradford Levy Brevard .... .... .... Liberty .... .... Broward 2 2 Madison 1 1 Calhoun Manatee 3 3 Charlotte .... .... Marion 1 1 ---Citrus .... .... .... Martin ---Clay .... Monroe .... .... Collier .... .... Nassau .... .... Columbia Okaloosa .... .... Dade ... 33 33 Okeechobee DeSoto 1 1 Orange 13 13 Dixie Osceola 2 2 Duval 10 10 Palm Beach. 6 6 Escambia 2 2 Pasco 3 3 Flagler ... Pinellas 17 17 Franklin Polk 13 13 Gadsden Putnam 1 1 Gilchrist St. Johns 1 1 Glades St. Lucie. 1 1 Gulf .... .... .... Santa Rosa ------Hamilton .... .... .... Sarasota 3 3 ---Hardee .... .... Seminole 1 1 ---Hendry .... .... .... Sumter .... ---Hernando .... .... .... Suwannee .... Highlands 3 3 Taylor .... .... Hillsborough .... 16 16 ---Union .... 1 Holmes .... .... Volusia 13 13 1 ---Indian River.| .... .... Wakulla .... 1 .... 1 .... Jackson .| Walton .. . 1 1 1 1 Jefferson .| W ashington .... 1 .... 1 .... Lafayette .| .... .... .... Non-Residents 140 j 140 1 ....

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 17 TABLE NO. 2— total number doctors of osteopathy registered IN FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY— 1 9 29 STATES Total White Colored STATES Total White Colored Total 291 291 Continued L n]nra do 2 2 Montana 1 1 Connecticut 1 1 Nebraska 1 1 Delaware 1 1 New Hampshire 2 2 .... Florida 4 4 New Jersey. 4 4 Georg’ia . 6 6 New Mexico. 1 1 Illinois 33 33 New York. 27 27 Indiana 20 20 North Carolina.. 2 2 .... I owa 15 15 Ohio 35 35 Kansas 10 10 Pennsylvania .... 24 24 .... Kentucky 12 12 .... South Carolina.. 1 1 .... Maine 3 3 South Dakota.... 1 1 .... Maryland 2 2 Tennessee 5 5 .... Massachusetts .. 4 4 .... Vermont 7 7 Michigan 4 4 .... Virginia 7 7 .... Minnesota 9 9 .... West Virginia .. 3 3 .... Mississippi 1 1 .... Wisconsin 6 6 Missouri 30 30 .... Unknown 7 7 .... TABLE NO. 3— TOTAL number doctors of osteopathy registered IN FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY— 1 9 29 COUNTRIES Total White Colored COUNTRIES Total White Colored Total 12 12 Continued Bahamas 1 1 France 1 1 Bermuda 1 1 Germany .. 1 1 .... Canada 4 4 Sweden 1 1 England 2 2 .... Switzerland 1 1 ....

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18 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 4 —total number doctors of osteopathy registered IN THE STATE BY LENGTH OF RESIDENClE IN FLORIDA—1929 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored Total 303 303 .... Continued Less 1 year. 1 year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5-9 years 10-14 years 15-19 years 20-24 years. 25-29 years 30-34 years 98 24 14 38 20 38 15 10 8 5 1 98 24 14 38 20 38 15 10 8 5 1 .... 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 Unknown }^ears | .... 1 1 .... 1 .... 1 .... 1 .... i 31 1 %  I 31 .... TABLE NO. 5 -total NTUMBER DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX1929 MALE FEMALE 73 T3 AGES o AGES rt 12 S.I H ’o U O H ’o u Total |230 230 Total 73 73 20-24 years. 3 3 .... 20-24 years ------.... 25-29 years. 19 19 — 25-29 years 2 2 .... 30-34 years. 28 28 .... 30-34 years 3 3 .... 35-39 years 27 27 .... 35-39 years 4 4 .... 40-44 years. 24 24 .... 40-44 years. 12 12 .... 45-49 years. 37 37 .... 45-49 years. 20 20 .... 50-54 years. 44 44 .... 50-54 years 11 11 .... 55-59 years 17 17 .... 55-59 years 6 6 .... 60-64 years. 15 15 .... 60-64 years. 11 11 .... 65-69 years 12 12 .... 65-69 years 4 4 .... 70-74 years 4 4 .... 70-74 years. .... .... .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 80-84 years. .... .... .... 80-84 years .... .... .... Unknown years .... .... .... Unknown years .... .... ....

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1929 Registration of Practitioners of Chiropractic in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, D. p. H.

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Florida State Board of Health Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola Henry Hanson, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h., Hirector Jacksonville

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS E. B. Pritchard, D. C., Jacksonville Roberta T. Graham, D. C., St. Augustine Henry G. Cox, D. C., Jacksonville Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930. SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registra tion of Doctors of Chiropractic who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chap ter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this re port has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year. This second annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have regis tered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics HENRY HANSON, M. D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword T a b l e s reproduced in the back of this publication in dicate the number of Doctors of Chiropractic registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color. In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctorÂ’s name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town. The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the tele phone number of the called party. This practice normally re sults in the more prompt completion of your call. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.

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5 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Chiropractic ame Address Phone No. A cker, G. C.. Live Oak. tiderson, A. E., St. Petersburg iiderson, W. V., Sarasota. agell, R. E., Eustis. mold, H. C., Miami... rnot, E. D., Zephyrhills. B iker, E. V., Daytona Beach.378-W iker, G. A., Daytona Beach.594-W ^thea, V. C., Bartow.292 ?thea, W. V., Bartow.292 ankenship, I. N., Clearwater.2378 umer, G. E., Melbourne.113 )yle, E. D., Hollywood.None )yle, G. M., Ft. Lauderdale.343 ladwell, C. O., Lake City.364-W [unskill, R. W., Winter Haven..l66-Black iidreau, W. E., Miami.None ^rch, E. L., Webster. N o n e C irson, 1. M., Orlando. Use, F, H,, Miami. ements, G. R., Wauchula. ates, G. McC., Lake Wales X, H. G., Jacksonville. fyne, J. R., Tampa. l)yne, T. M., Tampa. ijiniel, T. C., St. Petersburg.153 j^an, J. R., Winter Haven.102 daney, J. M., Milton.155 Irst, M. S., Tampa.H-24-054 bsel, J. F., Sanford.None pud, B. R., Jacksonville.5-4115 j/er, M. M., Stuart.None ....6497 ..None ..None .183 ,5-5366 ..None ..None ..None ....6760 ....2357 .299 .3-1300 ..None F %  mbrough, C. W., Punta Gorda.None rnsworth, J. H., St. Petersburg....None hley, W, A., DeLand.438-J lister, C. E., Jacksonville.5-0410 lazier, F, J., West Palm Beach.7637 jazier, J. R., West Palm Beach....2-2434 I G (no, A. L., Leesburg.231 ^no, C. R., Leesburg.231 ,elz, W. C., Pensacola.393 odman,. W. A., W. Palm Beach....2-2829 rdon, C. E., Tampa.2899 aham, R. T., St. Augustine.324 antham, T. F., Quincy.348 ?er, W. B., DeFuniak Springs.None 'ssham, R. R., Fort Myers.528-M Name Address Phone No. H Hall, E. A., Tampa 2 7 44 Hartnett, A. E., West Palm Beach"..21528 Heal, M. M., St. Petersburg.4-4305 Heitz, J. J., Orlando.5377 Hicks, W. L., Plant City.436 Hierholzer, L. N., Pennsylvania. Hook, C. R., Gainesville 8 4 Horne, D. N., Marianna 9 01 Horre, M. J., Miami Beach.None I Irion, A, D., Clearwater.None Irion, J. W., Clearwater.None J Jenson, W,. Eustis N o n e K Kinsinger, E. L., Lakeland.3-4201 Krug, 1. S., Haines City.None L Lanier, C., Brooksville N o n e Lawson, H. L., Palatka. 2 88 Limpus, E. F., Seffner. P L.-532 Me MacDougall, W. E., Sanford. 5 6 8-M McIntosh, D. C., West Palm Beach..2-5021 MacQuarrie, L. N., Pennsylvania M Maberry, E. J., Homestead 95 Mahan, E. R., Bushnell. N o n e Mahan, H. A,, Bushnell. N one Mathis, C. E., Vero Beach 1 0 2 Mattocks, F. H., St. Petersburg.. . 5 0079 Mentz, G. W., Orlando. N o n e Montan, S. E., Wauchula. N o n e Montgomery, L. E., Bartow N o n e Moore, M. M., Ocala 2 75 Morgan, A. M., Avon Park.None Mortenson, E. A., Sarasota N o n e Murdaugh, H. D., Haines City .None Murphy, H. H., Haines City .17 Myers, W. B., Tampa 2 -3466 O Oestricher, A. R., Winter Park.None P Palmquist, A. P., Pensacola.583 Patterson, G. L., Tallahassee.928 Pierce, E. S., Tampa.H-3733 Plattner, M. E., Tampa.M-60-652 Poling, C. F., Ohio. Poling, E. H., Ohio.

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Name Address Phone No. Pop, F. J., Jr., Cocoa.None Powers, R., Jr., Miami.None Pritchard, E. B., Jacksonville.5-0722 Prosser, J. L., Tampa.M-1158 Prosser, M. L., Tampa.M-1158 Puddicombe, R., Tampa.2944 Q Quigley, F. A., Bradenton.None Name Address Phone < Smith, M. C. R., Tarpon Springs....Ni Smith, S. M., Coral Gables..Evergreenl Smith, V. B,, Tampa.M-l!l Spearing, H. A., Jacksonville (Col.)..5-4j;2 Speight, W. E., Lakeland.Ni Spurck, H, A., Jacksonville.Na Stephan, W. F., Clearwater.2|' Stephenson, R. W., Gainesville.Nj Sykes, E, N., Orlando.s| R Rabb, E. A., Arcadia.184 Rainey, D. I., Tallahassee.231 Rawls, J. G., Jacksonville.5-2376 Renzulli, P. E., Jacksonville.3-1061 Reynolds, L. E., Ohio. Richholt, E. H., Hollywood.None Rose, J. I., Bradenton.None S Sackhoff, C., St. Cloud.None Sagvold, T, E., Jacksonville.5-5321 Saunders, R. G., Lake Worth.760-J Scarborough, J. Q., Lakeland.3-9771 Schoenthaler, W. F., Lake Worth....None Schubert, F. S., Ohio. Schubert, G. H., St. Petersburg.None Schubert, W. A., Miami.None Shafer, A. H., Jr., Jacksonville.5-6759 Shearer, J. B., DeLand.43 Sherlock, G. R., St. Augustine.627-J Shumate, M. L., St. Petersburg.None Simonson, M. R., Ft. Lauderdale.None Sligh, E. A., Lakeland.None Sligh, J. E., Lakeland.3-6835 T I Takahashi, J. M., Gainesville. | Takahashi, T., Gainesville (Jap.). N | Tessmann, E. H., West Palm Beach..N Thornton, F. R., West Palm Beach..2-2 Thornton, F. W., St. Petersburg.7-4 Thornton, K. N., West Palm Beach..2-2 Tilson, B. D., St. Petersburg.N V Vail, K. F., Lockhart. W Walls, W. T., Tampa.S-2 Wendland, H. J., Bradenton.2-2| White, J. M., Miami.25-| Whiteleather-Moeller, V., N. Smyrna..N(| Wolfe, W. F., Wildwood.N| Worthing, B. W., St. Petersburg.N| Worthing, H. M., St. Petersburg.N| Wright, A. R., St. Petersburg.6-6f Wright, O. D., St. Petersburg.N| Y Young, C. W., Tampa.H-29-i| Doctors of Chiropractic Arcadia: Rabb, Earle Alvin Avon Park: Morgan, Arch Marlin Bartow; Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Bethea, Walter V. Montgomery, Leonard E. Bradenton: Quigley, Flora A. Rose, James Irving Wendland, Herman J. Brooksville: Lanier, Clyde Bushnell: Mahan, Ethel Reed Mahan, Harry Allen Clearwater: Blankenship, Iva Neil Irion, Alma Dorothy Irion, John William Stephan, William Fred Cocoa: Pop, Frank J., Jr. Coral Gables: Smith, Stella Melsen Daytona Beach: Baker, Emma Viola Baker, Giorgianna A. DeFuni^ Springs: Greer, William Boyd DeLand: Finley, Walter Arthur Shearer, John Boyd Eustis: Angell, Robert E. Jenson, William ; Ft. Lauderdale: Boyle, George Martz' Simonson, Marie R. ( Ft. Myers: ; Gresham, Robert R. Gainesville: Flook, Cecil R. Stephenson, Ray W. Takahashi, Jessie Ma]} Takahashi, T. (Jap.) | Haines City: Krug, Inda Sinclair Murdaugh, Henry Dia Murphy, Houston Hill| Hollywood: Boyle, Eva Dell Richholt, Esther Holrr]

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7 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC omestead: Maberry, Elmer J. acksonville: Cox, Henry Grady I Doud, Blanche R. I Foster, Cecil Eugene j Pritchard, Emmett B. I Rawls, John Greison j Renzulli, Paul E. j Sagvold, Thomas Ellward j Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Spearing, H. A. (Col.) Spurck, Hiram A. ^Bradwdi, Clinch O. akeland: Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Scarborough, Jason Q. Sligh, Emma A. Sligh, Joseph Edgar I Speight, Walter Edward ake Wales: 'Coates, George McCreary ake Worth: j Saunders, Richard G. jSchoenthaler, William F. [eesburg: I Gano, Alice L. Gano, Cecil R. ive Oak: Acker, George Coe iockhart: Vail, Kenneth Francis Marianna: Horne, Daniel N. lelbourne: Blumer, G. E. liami: Arnold, Henry Clayton Budreau, William Emory Chase, Forrest Hamden Powers, Richard, Jr. Schubert, W. Alton White, John Merrill liami Beach: Horre, Munro J. ^ilton: Delaney, John Mansfield ew Smyrna: Whiteleather-Moeller, V. Ocala: Moore, Marion M. Orlando: Carson, Ida Maud Heitz, John J. Mentz, Gustav W. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Palatka: Lawson, Howard L. Pensacola: Goelz, William Charles Palmquist, Andrew P. Plant City: Hicks, Wilbur Lee Punta Gorda: Fambrough, Charles W. Quincy: Grantham, T. F. St. Augustine: Graham, Roberta T. Sherlock, George R. St. Cloud: Sackhoff, Catherine St. Petersburg: Anderson, Ada E. Daniel, Theodore Conrad Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Heal, Minnie M. Mattocks, Fred H. Schubert, Geo. H. Shumate, Mary Louise Thornton, Fred W. Tilson, Bertha Davis Worthing, Burt W. Worthing, Helen Marie Wright, Ancil Raymond Wright, Ollie Duling Sanford: Diesel, John Frederick MacDougall, William E. Sarasota: Anderson, William Virgil Mortenson, Edwin A. Seffner: Limpus, Edw. Frederick Stuart: Dyer, Myrtle Mabel Tallahassee: Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Tampa: Coyne, John R. Coyne, Teresa Mary Derst, Maude S. Gordon, Charles Elmer Hall, Emory A, Myers, William Burns Pierce, Edwin Stanley Plattner, Max Edmund Prosser, John L. Prosser, Mary L. Puddicombe, Raymond Smith, Virgil B. Walls, William Thomas Young, Charles Warren Tarpon Springs: Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Vero Beach: Mathis, Clarence E. Wauchula: Clements, George R. Montan, Sarah E. Webster: Burch, Eugene L. West Palm Beach: Frazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck Goodman, William A. Hartnett, Alene Eve McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell Tessmann, Edgar H. Thornton, Frank Roscoe Thornton, King N. Wildwood: Wolfe, William F. Winter Haven: Brunskill, RobÂ’t. Williams Dean, James Robert Winter Park: Oestricher, Albert R. Zephyrhills: Arnot, Emerson David Ohio: Poling, Charles French Poling, Edith Haynes Reynolds, Leo Eugene Schubert, Frederick S. Pennsylvania: Hierholzer, Leo N. MacQuarrie, Laura N.

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8 Florida State Board of Health 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 provide 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 registering, 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 exa^mination 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 medi cal and /or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter 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 acknowledgements 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 satis factory 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics 9 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 w'ho 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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10 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION NO. 19 LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING Section 1 o£ 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 re sides or in which such practice is intended to be carried on. ^ He 4i>’ 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics OFFICIAL OPINIONS 11 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 embrace 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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the require ment 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 material 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 masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required 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 a.s 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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12 Florida State Board of Health 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 registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of check ing 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 prevent 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 ain 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, before 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 registration 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics 13 TABLE NO. 1—DOCTORS of chiropractic registered in FLORIDA BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES—1929 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES Total White Colored Total 144 142 2 Continued Alachua 4 3 1 Lake 3 0 Baker Lee 1 1 Bay Leon 2 2 Bradford .. .... .... .... Levy Brevard 2 2 .... Liberty .... .... Broward 4 4 .... Madison ---.... .... Calhoun .... Manatee 3 3 .... Charlotte 1 1 Marion 1 1 Citrus Alartin 1 1 Clay ---Monroe .... Collier ---.... .... Nassau .... .... .... Columbia 1 1 .... Okaloosa .... .... .... Dade 10 10 Okeechobee DeSoto 1 1 Orange 6 6 Dixie Osceola 1 1 Duval 10 "9 1 Palm Beach. 9 9 Escambia 2 2 Pasco 1 1 Flagler . .... Pinellas 18 18 .... Franklin Polk 12 12 Gadsden 1 1 1 Putnam 1 1 Gilchrist 1 .... St. Johns. 2 2 .... Glades .... St. Lucie. .... .... .... Gulf .... ---.... Santa Rosa. 1 1 .... Hamilton .... Sarasota 2 2 .... Hardee 2 2 Seminole 2 2 Hendry .... Sumter 4 4 .... H ernando 1 1 Suwannee 1 1 .... Highlands 1 1 .... Taylor .... .... .... Hillsborough .... 17 17 .... Union .... .... .... Holmes Volusia 6 6 .... Indian River. 1 1 Wakulla .... .... Jackson 1 1 Walton 1 1 Jefferson Washington .... .... .... Lafayette .... .... .... Non-Residents 7 7 ....

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14 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 2—total number doctors of chiropractic registered IN FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY— 1929 STATES Total White Colored STATES Total White Colored Total 132 131 1 Continued 1 Alabama 1 1 Nebraska 3 3 Connecticut 1 1 .... New Hampshire 1 1 Florida 20 19 1 New Jersey. 2 2 Georgia 10 10 New York. 6 6 Illinois 10 10 I' North Carolina.. 1 1 Indiana .. 7 7 North Dakota.... 1 1 ---Iowa 7 7 Ohio .. 9 9 Kansas 4 4 ---Pennsylvania .... 10 10 Kentucky 8 8 ---South Carolina.. 3 3 .... Massachusetts .. 5 5 ---Vermont 1 1 .... Michigan 4 4 West Virginia .. 2 2 .... Minnesota 1 1 ---Wisconsin 7 7 .... Missouri 2 2 .... Unknown 6 6 .... TABLE NO. 3— total number doctors of chiropractic registered IN FLORIDA BY FOREIGN NATIVITY—1929 COUNTRIES Total White Colored COUNTRIES Total White Colored Total .1 12 11 1 Continued 1 Canada .| 5 5 Ireland 1 1 France ..| 1 1 Italy 1 1 Germany .| 1 1 ---Nova Scotia. 1 1 Japan .| 1 .... 1 Sweden 1 1 ....

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 15 TABLE NO. 4— total number doctors of chiropractic registered IN THE STATE BY COLOR, AND BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA—1929 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored Total 144 142 2 1 Continued 1 Less 1 year. 5 5 .... 35-39 years 6 5 1 1 year. 6 6 .... 40-44 years 1 1 .... 2 years 11 11 .... 45-49 years 4 4 3 years 19 18 1 50-54 years. 4 years 5-9 years 8 30 8 30 .... 55-59 years. .... .... .... 10-14 years 22 22 60-64 years. .... .... .... 15-19 years. 13 13 65-69 years. .... .... .... 20-24 years 7 7 70-74 years .... .... .... 25-29 years 10 10 .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 30-34 years 1 1 .... Unknown years 1 1 .... TABLE NO. 5—total NUMBER DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC REGISTERED IN FLORIDA BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX1 9 2 9 MALE FEMALE AGES Total White Colored AGES Total White Colored Total 109 107 2 Total 35 35 20-24 years 3 3 .... 20-24 years 1 1 .... 25-29 years. 18 18 — 25-29 years 2 2 .... 30-34 years 21 21 .... 30-34 years 4 4 .... 35-39 years. 14 13 1 35-39 years 4 4 .... 40-44 years. 15 15 .... 40-44 years 8 8 .... 45-49 years 16 16 .... 45-49 years 5 5 .... 50-54 years 12 12 .... 50-54 years 3 3 .... 55-59 years 6 5 1 55-59 years 4 4 .... 60-64 years 2 2 .... 60-64 years 3 3 .... 65-69 years. 2 2 .... 65-69 years 1 1 .... 70-74 years .... .... .... 70-74 years .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 75-79 years .... 80-84 years .... .... .... 80-84 ye3.rs --.... Unknown years .... .... 1 .... Unknown years ....

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1929 ^Registration of Practitioners I 0/ [ Naturopathy in Florida I ^ %  By Stewart G. Thompson, D. P. H.

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Florida State Board of Health Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola Henry Hanson, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h., director Jacksonville

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS Milton H. Roberts, West Palm Beach Chas. W. Sidney, Jacksonville (resigned, term expires July 14, 1930) R. A. Bryant, Tampa (commissioned April 15, 1929 for unexpired term) Walter T. Perry, Lake Worth Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930. SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registra tion of Doctors of Naturopathy who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chap ter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this re port has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year. This second annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have regis tered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics HENRY HANSON, M. D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword T a b l e s reproduced in the back of this publication in dicate the number of Doctors of Naturopathy registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of residence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color. In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctorÂ’s name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town. The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the tele phone number of the called party. This practice normally re sults in the more prompt completion of your call. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 Doctors of Naturopathy Name Address Phone No. A Abernethy, G. H., DeFuniak Springs....351 Allen, H. M., St. Petersburg.6971 Armstrong, J. R., Washington, D. C...None B Baisden, M. J., West Palm Beach....None Ballou, T. P., Palm Beach.2-1425 Barth, C. F., Safety Harbor.29162 Benitez, R. M., Homestead.None Bernau, L., New York. Betties, G. A., Miami.2-3460 Blumer, L., Miami.None Bradshaw, E. E., Tampa.None Briggs, J. M., St. Cloud.None Brookman, E. C., Jr., Eagle Lake.None Bryant, R. A., Tampa.M-1391 C Camara, J, A., Miami.20393 Casey, P. M., Miami.None Cleveland, W. E., Palm Beach.None Cockerham, C. D., Tampa.4318 Cold, K. M., Miami.None Cold, P. E., Tampa.None iCortez, D. E., Longwood.None Coyne, J. R., Tampa.None Crandall, B. E., West Palm Beach....None Crandall, C. R., West Palm Beach.4087 D Dahl, O., Clearwater.None Davis, A., Tampa. H 23102 Davis, C. H. X., Sulphur Springs.None diGhilini, U. L., Palm Beach.None Dux, H., Jacksonville.5-1029 E 'Evans, T. W., Miami.2-2848 Eynon, J., Sarasota.None F Feldmann, W. J., Ft. Lauderdale.None Fernandez, L. S., Tampa.H 45913 Finley, W. A., DeLand.438 Fitzpatrick, J. G., St. Petersburg....7-6188 Friebel, A., Tampa.None ,Friedman, S., New York. Frischkorn, C. S., Virginia. G Gavilla, J., Tampa.Y-3407 Gilbert, N. A., Tampa.S-3304 Glorig, A. H., Lake Alfred.None Gresham, T. A., Ft. Myers.483-R H Hall, B., Tampa.M-54-824 Hall, J. E., Tampa.H-26-181 Hanoka, N. S., New York. Name Address Phone No. Hardy, W. C., Apalachicola Heitz, A. W., Sanford 5 3 1 \ V Heitz, J. J., Orlando 5 3 7 7 Heilman, F., Miami N o ne Hicks, C. E., Lake Worth 8 30-J Hoffman, E. S., Orlando 8 3 1 1 Holm, A. H., Tampa N o n e Holm, M. S., Tampa N o n e Hurst, M., St. Petersburg .None J Jones, R., Tampa N o n e K Kebe, G. B., Tampa M 1 1 7 7 Kennedy, S. I., Miami 3 1 3 8 8 Kipnis, S, B., New Jersey Kipnis, W. S., New Jersey. L Lauber, J. H., St. Petersburg.44-112 Lee, G. L., DeLand 3 0 4 Lentjes, F., Tampa H 1 3 1 3 Lindlahr, V. H., Eagle Lake.None Me McFerrin, C. B., Orlando.6851 M Mann, R, H., Tampa.H-46-933 Matera, J. M., New York. Merley, J. M., Lake Worth.None Murray, L. M., Miami.2-3408 Myers, G. B., St. Petersburg.None N Niemi, I. S., Daytona Beach.None O Oakley, L. W., Orlando.None Oliver!, V., New York. P Peerman, R. W.. Tampa.M-63-394 Perry, W. T., Jacksonville.5-7912 Posner, E. R., New York. R Randall, M. I., Jacksonville.5-8378 Richards, D. J., Estero.Nearby R-1302 Riley, L. B., St. Petersburg.6775 Ronning, P. C., West Palm Beach....2-2011 S Sagvold, T. E., Jacksonville.5-5321 Schippell, T. M., Washington, D. C...N-5297 Schreiber, A., Pennsylvania. Selige, A., Miami.2-3768 Selige, B., Miami.None Sidney, C. W., Jacksonville.None Singley, V, L., Miami Beach.None

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Name Address Phone No. Sisson, R. R., Jacksonville.5-5776 Slater, A, M., Eustis.None Slater, C. E., Eustis.None Smith, T. K., Coral Gables.—Evergreen 33 Spearing, H. A., Jacksonville.5-4825 Sust y de Llanos, A. A., Tampa.None T Tannenbaum, M. L., Dade City.None Thompson, E. D., Jacksonville.None U Urbuteit, F., Sulphur Springs.S-1739 Utrecht, W., Tampa.H-1313 Name Address Phone No V Valdes, J. R. S., Tampa.Non^ Viti-Mariani, H., Tampa.Noni Vogel, M. A,, St. Petersburg.Non^ W Wambaugh, J. L., Ojus. N o n e| Weaver, L. E., Tampa. N o n d Weinger, I., Miami. 2-234lj Weissberg, S., Jacksonville. N o n e!* Westlake, L., Jacksonville.None Wheeler, F., Valrico.Non^ Whitesides, G. H. E., Lake Helen. Whiting, E. E., Jacksonville.5-8825-J Doctors of Naturopathy Apalachicola: Hardy, Willie Clayton Clearwater: Dahl, Oliver Coral Gables: Smith, Tilman K. Dade City: Tannenbaum, Maurice L. Daytona Beach: Niemi, Ivar S. DeFuniak Springs: Abernethy, George Halsey DeLand: Finley, W. Arthur Lee, Guy L. Eagle Lake: Brookman, Edwin C., Jr. Lindlahr, Victor H. Estero: Richards, David John Eustis: Slater, Anne M. Slater, Charles E. Ft. Lauderdale: Feldmann, William John Ft. Myers: Gresham, T. A. Homestead: Benitez, R. M. Jacksonville: Dux, Henry Perry, Walter T. Randall, Muriel Isobel Sagvold, Thomas E. Sidney, Charles Watson Sisson, Roscoe R. Spearing, Herman Aguire Thompson, Edward Daniel Weissberg, Simon Westlake, Luella Whiting, Ernest Edwin Lake Alfred: Glorig, Aram Hovanness Lake Helen: Whitesides, Gertrude H.E. Lake Worth: Hicks, Claude E. Merley, John M. Longwood; Cortez, Don Emanuel Miami: Betties, Gertrude A. Blumer, Louis Camara, Joseph Anthony Casey, Phyllis M. Cold, Katherine M, Evans, Thomas Watson Heilman, Faye Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Murray, Lorna M. Selige, Adolph Selige, Bertha Weinger, Isidor Miami Beach: Singley, V. Leeds Ojus: Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Orlando: Heitz, John J. Hoffman, Eugene S. McFerrin, Charles B. Oakley, Leonard Wicks Palm Beach: Ballou, Thurston P. Cleveland, Walter E, a di Ghilini, Ulrich L. 9 Safety Harbor: 9 Barth, Con F. 9 St. Cloud: 9 Briggs, Jessie M. 1 St. Petersburg | Allen, Henry Montgomei Fitzpatrick, John Georg| Hurst, Milton i Lauber, John Hayes %  Myers, Galen B. Riley, Lloyd Bruce Vogel, Max A. Sanford: Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: Eynon, John Sulphur Springs: Davis, Charles H. X. ] Urbuteit, Fred Tampa: Bradshaw, Ella E. Bryant, Robert Abner Cockerham, Corbett D. Cold, Paul E. Coyne, John R. Davis, Alexander Fernandez, L. Soto Friebel, Anna Gavilla, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Hall, Bartow Hall, Julia E. Holm, A. Harry Holm, Mary S. Jones, Rollin

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 7 Kebe, George Bengali Lentjes, Fred Mann, Richard Henry Peerman, Roy Wendell Sust y de Llanos, A. A, Utrecht, William Valdes, J. R. S. Viti-Mariani, Hannibal Weaver, Laura E. ''alrico: Wheeler, Franklin West Palm Beach: Baisden, M, J, Crandall, Burton Edwin Crandall, Charles R. Ronning, Paul C. New Jersey: Kipnis, Sophia B. Kipnis, Walter Seth New York: Bernau, Ludwig Friedman, Samuel Hanoka, N. S. Matera, Joseph Mario Oliveri, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy Pennsylvania: Schreiber, August Virginia: Frischkorn, Carl Salem Washington, D. C.: Armstrong, James R. Schippell, Theresa Marie

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8 Florida State Board of Health 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 provide 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 registering, 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 exa^mination 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 medi cal and /or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter 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 acknowledgements 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 satis factory 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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, rnidwife 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics 9 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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10 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION NO. 19 LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING t 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 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics 11 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 embrace 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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the require ment 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— P R O F E S S I O N A L 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 material 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 masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927. OPINION NO. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS— P R O F E S S I O N A L 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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12 Florida State Board of Health 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 registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of check ing 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 prevent 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 ain 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, before 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 A*ct 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_ registration 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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Bureau of Vital Statistics 13 TABLE NO. 1— DOCTORS of naturopathy registered in Florida, BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES—1929 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES Total White Colored Total 107 102 5 Continued .... .... .... Alachua .. ---.... Lake 2 2 .... Baker Lee 2 2 Bay .... Leon Bradford ---.... Levy ---.... Brevard ---.... .... Liberty ---.... Broward 1 1 ---Madison ------.... Calhoun .... .... Manatee ---.... Charlotte ---.... Marion ------.... Citrus ---.... Martin ------.... Clay ------Monroe 1 . . ---.... Collier .... ---.... Nassau ---.... Columbia .... ---Okaloosa .... .... Dade . 16 16 Okeechobee DeSoto Orange 4 4 Dixie Osceola 1 1 Duval 12 10 2 Palm Beach_ 9 8 1 Escambia Pasco 2 2 Elagler I! Pinellas 9 9 .... Eranklin 1 1 Polk 3 3 Gadsden Putnam .... .... Gilchrist .... ---.... St. Johns. .... .... .... Glades .... .... .... St. Lucie. .... .... i .... Gulf .... ---.... Santa Rosa. .... .... 1 .... ET a milton Sarasota 1 1 1 .... ETa rdep Seminole 2 2 1 .... Hendry Sumter .... .... Hernando .... ---Suwannee .... Highlands ------.... Taylor .... .... 1 Hillsborough .... 26 24 2 Union ... .... .... 1 . . H n1me; Volusia 4 4 1 . . Indian River. Wakulla .... .... 1 . . Jackson .... .... .... Walton 1 1 1 . . Jefferson .... .... .... Washington .... .... 1 . . Lafayette .... .... .... Non-Residents .. 11 11 1 . .

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14 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 2—total number doctors of naturopathy registered IN FLORIDA BY U. S. NATIVITY— 1929 STATES Total White Colored STATES Total White Colored Total 70 66 4 Continued 1 Alabama .. 1 1 New York. 7 7 Connecticut 2 2 North Carolina.. 2 2 Dist. of Col. 1 1 .... Ohio 3 3 Florida 9 7 2 Georgia 4 2 2 Oklahoma 1 1 .... Indiana 5 5 Pennsylvania .... 10 10 .... Kentucky 2 2 .... Rhode Island .... 1 1 .... Louisiana 1 1 .... South Carolina.. 2 2 Massachusetts .. 5 5 .... Tennessee 1 1 Michigan 3 3 Mississippi 1 1 Virginia 1 1 .... Missouri 2 2 Wisconsin 2 2 .... Montana 1 1 1 .... Unknown 3 3 .... TABLE NO. 3— TOTAL number doctors of naturopathy registered IN FLORIDA by FOREIGN NATIVITY—1929 COUNTRIES COUNTRIES Total 37 36 Continued Italy. Norway. Poland Roumania Russia South America Spain Wales Asia .. Austria .. Canada .. Cuba ...... Denmark England Finland .. Germany Greece ..

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 15 TABLE NO. 4-total number doctors of naturopathy registered IN THE STATE BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORID.^—1929 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored Total 107 102 5 Continued .... .... 1 1 .... Less 1 year. 1 year. 2 years 3 years .. 4 years 5-9 years 10-14 years 15-19 years 20-24 years 25-29 years 30-34 years 5 5 8 17 14 26 8 4 2 2 3 5 5 8 16 14 26 6 4 2 2 3 1 "2 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 Unknown years 2 1 2 1 7 1 2 1 7 1 1 TABLE NO. 5 total number doctors of naturopathy registered IN FLORIDA by AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX1929 MALE FEMALE AGES Total White Colored AGES Total White Colored Total 90 85 5 Total 17 17 1 .... 20-24 years ------.... 20-24 years. .... .... .... 25-29 years 4 4 .... 25-29 years 1 1 .... 30-34 years 9 8 1 30-34 years 0 3 .... 35-39 years 19 18 1 35-39 years 1 1 .... 40-44 years 20 19 1 40-44 years 3 3 45-49 years 10 9 1 45-49 years 1 1 .... 50-54 years 14 13 1 50-54 years 3 3 55-59 years 9 9 .... 55-59 years. 5 5 60-64 years 5 5 .... 60-64 years .... .... 65-69 years .... .... .... 65-69 years. | .... .... 70-74 years .... .... .... 70-74 years. 1 .... .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 75-79 years. | .... .... 80-84 years .... .... .... 80-84 years | .... .... .... Unknown years .... .... .... Unknown years | .... ....

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1929 Registration of Practitioners of Podiatry in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d P. H.

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Florida State Board of Health Hon. Chas. H. Mann, President, Jacksonville H. Mason Smith, M. D., Tampa Wm. D. Nobles, M. D., Pensacola Henry Hanson, M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.. Director Jacksonville

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD PODIATRY EXAMINERS Fred L. Porter, West Palm Beach Otto J. L. TonissEN, Jacksonville J. M. Adams, St. Petersburg (Commissioned August 26, 1927 for one year. His successor has not been appointed) Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable W. M. Igou, Secretary of State, February 14, 1930.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 1930. SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registra tion of Podiatrists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the second annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided for in Chap ter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this re port has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered as indicated in the official list herewith. A small sup ply of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year. This second annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have regis tered for the calendar year 1929. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1928 but failed to register again for 1929. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics HENRY HANSON, M. D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword T a b l e s reproduced in the back of this publication in dicate the number of Podiatrists registered in Florida by color and counties; those born in Florida and other parts of the United States; foreign born by color; length of resi dence in Florida by years; and ages of doctors, by color. In addition to the tables, a complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctorÂ’s name, address (as of registration date) and telephone number. A second list of doctors is shown by towns, for the convenience of those who wish to refer to the names in a particular city or town. The information relative to telephone numbers, contained herein, was compiled by the Southern Bell Telephone Company, and should prove very convenient and profitable to the doctors in the state when placing local and long distance calls. In filing a long distance call, be prepared to give the operator the tele phone number of the called party. This practice normally re sults in the more prompt completion of your call. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 is reproduced in full, together with the official opinions from Attorney General, Honorable Fred H. Davis, pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.

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5 Bureau of Vital Statistics Podiatrists Name Address Phone No. A Adams, J. M., St. Petersburg .6-6235 Adams, L. B., St. Petersburg .66-233 Anderson, M., Tampa N o n e B Babcock, D. M., St. Petersburg .None Burns, M. J., Miami.2-6774 C Campagna, M., Daytona Beach.None Carsley, E. M., St. Petersburg.None D Danser, H. H., Daytona Beach.556 Doherty, J. L., Miami.28766 Dunn, C. S., New Jersey. Dyrenforth, L. J., Fort Pierce. F Fletcher, W. H. A., New York. Floyd, D. E., Tampa.H-2-8362 G George, H., Michigan. Gisler, C. L., Orlando.5813 Gorfain, A., New York. Griffin, U. M., Miami.None H Hart, J. J., Miami.None I Hart, M. A., Miami.None Henchey, T. J., West Palm Beach.6351 Name Address Phone No. Me AlcNeil, A. E., Miami.3-2244 M Manship, G. R., DeLand.None Alarsh, M. E., Mount Dora.None Meister, J. L., Jacksonville.7-7108 Mustard, L. J., Orlando..0511 P Peters, M. J., Lakeland 4 1 1 2 1 Pierce, E. B., Miami 2 3 3 9 4 Porter, F. L., West Palm Beach.6671 Powers, C. L., Clearwater N o n e R Redell, M., New York Reis, S. W., Palm Beach.None Rowe, F. W., Miami 2 -6355 Rowe, J. T., Miami E v e r green 242-J Ryan, A. E., Miami N o n e Rymer, B. J., St. Petersburg .None S Saner, P. J., St. Petersburg .4374 Scardulla, C. N., Palm Beach.None Schipper, J. F., Miami 2 -3628 Shannon, M. A., Miami N o n e Silverman, I., Alabama Singer, L., Illinois Stevens, B., Massachusetts Stonehouse, J. M., Tampa N o n e I Imrie, C. B., Miami.None J Jones, S. R., Miami.3-2868 K Kennedy, M, E., Ormond Beach.None Koehl, J. F., West Palm Beach.None T Thomas, W. J., Illinois . Tonissen, O. J. L., Jacksonville.5-/229 V Vidler, J. R. M., Georgia.. Vidler, J. W. M., Orlando. von M. Gerard, W., Miami Beach....52251 L Laubenthal, F. N., Hollywood-.HÂ’yÂ’d 305-J Lewis, C. M., St. Petersburg. N o n e Lewy, H., Tampa.S-4282 Lewy, J., Lakeland. 3 9 681 Lewy, L., Tampa N o n e Lewy, M., Lakeland N o n e Lewy, S., Tampa N o n e Lockhart, E. L., Orlando 5 7 0 2 W Wallace, J., Jacksonville Webb, E. L., Miami Wellesley, A., Palm Beach Whyte, R. A., DeLand 4 8 0-W Wiley, L. J., Pensacola 2 509 Y Young, H. H., Miami.2-4765

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6 Florida State Board of Health Clearwater: Powers, Clement L. Daytona Beach: Campagna, Matthew Danser, Harriet H. DeLand: Manship, George Russell Whyte, Rose Amanda Ft. Pierce: Dyrenforth, Lewis J. Hollywood: Laubenthal, Fredrick N. Jacksonville: Meister, John Louis Tonissen, Otto J. L. Wallace, John Lakeland: Lewy, Jennie Lewy, Morris Peters, Mathilde J. Miami: Burns, Margaret J. Doherty, James Lawrence Griffin, Undine M. Hart, John James Hart, Mary Ann Imrie, Carl Best Jones, Sidney R. McNeil, Arthur E. Pierce, Edith B., Podiatrists Rowe, Fannie Weeks Rowe, James Tonking Ryan, Avis Emily Schipper, J. F. Shannon, Marilla A. Webb, Eugene LeHardy Young, Harry Himan Miami Beach: von M. Gerard, W. Mt. Bora: Marsh, Mildred E. Orlando: Gisler, Charles Leonard Lockhart, Ellis Lee Mustard, Lewella J. Vidler, J. W. M. Ormond Beach: Kennedy, Mary Elizabeth Palm Beach: R.eis, Solly William Scardulla, Chris, N. Wellesley, Arthur Pensacola: Wiley, Lydia Jane St. Petersburg: Adams, James Milton Adams, Loney B. Babcock. Donald Murray Carsley, Elsie May Lewis, Cora M. Rymer, Bernard Joseph Saner, Peter J. Tampa: Anderson, Mary Floyd, David E. Lewy, Herbert Lewy, Louis Lewy, Scofield Stonehouse, Julia Martine West Palm Beach: Henchey, Thomas Joseph Koehl, Joseph F. Porter, Fred Linwood Alabama: Silverman, Isidor Georgia: Vidler, J. R. M. Illinois: Singer, Louis Thomas, William Jay Massachusetts: Stevens, Belanise Michigan: George, Helen New Jersey: Dunn, Charles Seymour New York: Fletcher, William H. A. Gorfain, Abel Redell, Monroe

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 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 FloridaÂ’ to provide Fees for the same and Penalties for Violation. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE ST\TE 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 registering, 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 exa,mination 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 medi cal and /or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter 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 ot 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 acknowledgements 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 satis factory 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 application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain 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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8 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 9 OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION NO. 19 LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING Section 1 of Senate Bill No. 75, approved ^lay 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. if. if 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 Staie 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 if if if 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 appb^ 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 120U5 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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10 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 embrace 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 ordinarily be administered by a physician, a dentist would be as much within the require ment 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— P R O F E S S I O N A L 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 material 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 masseurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927. OPINION NO. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS— P R O F E S S I O N A L 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 1 1 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 catinot be applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of check ing 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 prevent 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 ain 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, before 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— C O M B I N E D 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 registration 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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12 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 1— total number podiatrists registered in Florida BY COLOR AND BY COUNTIES— 1929 COUNTIES Total White Colored COUNTIES Total White Colored Total 66 66 .... Continued .... .... .... Alachua Lake 1 1 Baker .. .... .... .... Lee Bay —— .... .... Leon .... .... Bradford ---.... Levy .... ---.... Brevard .... .... Liberty .. ------.... Broward 1 1 Madison Calhoun Manatee Charlotte .... .... Marion .... ---.... Citrus .... .... .... Martin .... .... Clay. .... .... Monroe .... .... Collier .... .... .... Nassau .... .... Columbia .... .... Okaloosa .... ---.... Dade 17 17 Okeechobee DeSoto .... Orange 4 4 .... Dixie .... .... .... Osceola .... Duval 3 3 Palm Beach. 4 4 Escambia 1 1 Pasco Flagler Pinellas 8 8 Franklin Polk 3 3 Gadsden Putnam Gilchrist ---.... St. Johns. ---------Glades St. Lucie. 1 1 Gulf Santa Rosa. Hamilton ------Sarasota .... Hardee ---.... Seminole .... .... Hendry Sumter .... ------Hernando ---------Suwannee .... .... ---Highlands Taylor ---Hillsborough .... 7 7 Union .... .... Holmes .... .... Volusia ... "s 5 Indian River. Wakulla Jackson .... .... Walton Jefferson .... .... Washington .... ---Lafayette .... .... .... Non-Residents .. 11 11 ....

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 13 TABLE NO. 2—total number podiatrists registered in Florida BY U. S. NATIVITY—1929 STATES Total White Colored STATES Total White Colored Total 50 50 .... Continued Alabama 1 1 Massachusetts .. 5 5 .... Connecticut 4 4 Michigan 3 3 .... Georgia 2 2 .... New Jersey. New York. 2 12 2 12 .... Illinois 2 2 .... Ohio . 7 7 Indiana 1 1 .... Pennsylvania .... 3 3 j:: Maine 4 4 M^i scon sin 1 1 1 . . Maryland 1 1 .... Unknown 2 2 i . . TABLE NO. 3— total number podiatrists registered in Florida BY foreign nativity— 1 9 29 COUNTRIES Total White Colored COUNTRIES Total White Colored Total 16 16 .... Continued .... .... .... C' p n p rl 4 4 Italy 1 1 .... \_y
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14 Florida State Board of Health TABLE NO. 4 total number podiatrists registered in the state BY LENGTH OF RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA— 1 9 29 YEARS IN FLORIDA Total White Colored YEARS IN FLORIDA Total V/hite Colored Total 66 66 .... Continued 1 1 Less 1 year. 1 year. 2 years 3 years 4 years .. 5-9 years 10-14 years 15-19 years 20-24 years 25-29 years 30-34 years. 1 3 6 11 12 12 9 7 1 2 1 1 3 6 11 12 12 9 7 1 2 1 .... 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 Unknown years | "i 1 1 .... TABLE NO. 5—total number podiatrists registered in Florida BY AGES, BY COLOR AND BY SEX1 9 2 9 MALE EEMALE AGES Total White Colored AGES Total White Colored Total 46 46 Total .. 20 20 20-24 years .... .... — 20-24 years .... .... 25-29 years 1 1 .... 25-29 years .... .... .... 30-34 years. 3 3 .... 30-34 years .... .... .... 35-39 years 5 5 .... 35-39 years 3 3 .... 40-44 years 11 11 .... 40-44 years 1 1 .... 45-49 years 5 5 .... 45-49 years. 2 2 .... 50-54 years 8 8 .... 50-54 years 5 5 .... 55-59 years 6 6 .... 55-59 years 2 2 .... 60-64 years 4 4 .... 60-64 years 3 3 .... 65-69 years 2 2 .... 65-69 years. 3 3 .... 70-74 years. .... .... .... 70-74 years .... .... .... 75-79 years .... .... .... 75-79 years .... .... — 80-84 years .... .... .... 80-84 years. .... .... .... Unknown years 1 1 .... Unknown years 1 1 ....