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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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1935
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State Board of Health
N. A. BALTZELL, M.D., President, Marianna
SHALER RiCHARDSON, M.D., Jacksonville
R. L. HUGHES, M.D., Bartow
W. A. IWGPHAUL, M.D., State Hiealth Officer, Jacksonville
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CENTRAL
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
STEWART G. THOMPSON, D. P. Hi. Director ~~~ JACKCSONVILLE !




MEMBERS' STATE BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINERS
Wm. M. ROWLETT, Tampa Tuos. W. HUTSON, Miami
S. E. DRIsKELL, Jacksonville
JAMES E. CRUMP, Winter Haven
H. A. DAY, Orlando
J. M. MANN, Lake Butler
*EUGENE G. PEEK, Ocala
C. E. TUMLIN, Miami
CARL A. WILLIAMS, St. Petersburg
S. G. HOLLINGSWORTH, Bradenton
*Resigned November 13, 1935.
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936
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 eighth 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
W. A. McPHAUL, M.D.
Secretary, State Board of Health




4 Florida State Board of Health
Foreword
During the calendar year 1935, a total of 1,812 Doctors of Medicine
registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as compared with the total of 1,735 for 1934, a total of 1,671 for 1933, a total of 1,614 for 1932, a total of 1,641 for 1931, a total of 1,552 for 1930, a total of
1,504 for 1929, and'a, total of 1,430 for 1928.
A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor's name
and address (as of registration date). 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.
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with
official, opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.
Chapter XVII, Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 Physicians, will be found in the back of this publication.




Bureau 'of Vital Statistics 5
Doctors of Medicine
Address Name Address
A
rA. H1.................. Pennsylvania Ausley, C. M................. Tallahassee
8, c.A., Jr ................. Trenton Austin, E.................... Plant City
D. H.................. Titusville Austin, G. C ..................... Miami
D.MJ ....... Panama City A'uwers, F.J ................ Jacksonville
s G........... ....... Jacksonville Avera, J. B..................... Georgia
B.A..........Daytona Beach (Col.) Ayars, E.W ...................... Miami
j T. S................. Jacksonville Aykroyd, W. H .............. Jacksonville
suon)W. p................... Tamnpa
is, E. H ............... Miami Beach Bbok .C........... im
lhus, G .................. Clearwater Babcoe, WC.................... Miamoui
hH. F................... Live Oak Bailey, F. W ................... Miamoui
augh, A. P ............ Tarpon Springs Baker, J. A ..................... Miami
e, F. H.....................YVenice Baker, L. A...................Msnimi
rttony A. B................ Wildwood Baker, R. H..............Jaacsonv(Clle
xader, G. L ........Washington, D. C. Baker, W. H ............TallahasseeI (0Fo1.)
xader, M. 3..... .... Zolfo0 Springs Bakeri, W. M.....................Fwoey
ander, 0. B .............Winter Haven Baldwin, R. MET...............NPam ewaYor
rdN ...................Jacksonville Baldw, H..............s PaliBchi
Bn F...... ................Taama Baltzell, N. A.................. Marianna.
0iB...F.....................Mama Barker, F. T..................... Tampa
ny ..................ee aobe Barker, N. B. T................... Maine
orook, B ........Oecoe Barnes, B. F.............. River Junction
rook, 3. W .. .........Plant City Barnett, R. A.............. White Springs
e, R. F ....................... Tampa Bartee, L. H................ Lynn Haven
aez, Y. A.................... Tampa Bartleson, F. D................ Ft. Myers
A.e D A ............... Coral Gables
Penscol Bartlett, C. W ....................Tampa
p) A. M........................ naoa Baskin, J. G.................. Dunnellon
Crn O.S........S.Ptrlando Basso, E. R ..................... Key West
esofl C........................Orad Bate, J. R ............. Tallahassee (Col.)
ron, C. 0............. St. Petersburg Bates, G. L..................... Vermont
eon., El. B.................. Georgia Bates, T. H................... Lake City
on J. G ................ Lake City Batten, G. D ...................... Miami
rson, ...................... Georgia Bauer, L. H .................... New York
erson,J. L ................. New York Baugh, W. P............... Alabama
person, 3. M ................ Cross City Baumgartner, C. 3 ........... Jacksonville
eron, J. M ............. St. Petersburg Bayless, W. C ................ Jacksonville
rson, L. M.............. Lake City Beals, C. W ................ Pennsylvania
eon, R. G ............South Carolina BaI ............Melbourne
eonT. 8................. Live Oak Beanc, W................tn Bec
ersou, W. D...................... ro Beardall, H. M .................. Orlando
eson, W. E ................ Pensacola Beauchamp, P .................. Kentucky
Way 0. A .................. Tampa Beckman, G. E .............. Jacksonville
ws, G. H .......... South Carolina Beggs, J. M .............Chattahoochee
es, 0. R., Jr .............. Georgia Belcher, 1. J3.............. Tarpon Springs
os, E. D............ North Carolina BlJ ........... escl
rews, E. HI................ .Gainesville Bell, J. RD....................eaolga
WL. LM.......... Orlando Bennett, 3. L ...............St. Augustine
,W81,........................ Orad Benson, A. B ..........Miami (Col.)
0) 3. 3 .................... Miami Benton, C. C............ Ft. Pierce (0o1.)
iep E. 0 ............. Tampa (Col.) Bergman, S ..................... Tampa
sB. L..................... Maine Bernau, L. F ..................... Miami
song, F. K............. Ft. Myers Bernier, L. ............... Massachusetts
dy L. J3................... Lake City Bertram, A. 3 ..................... Miami
MyW.O0............ West Palm Beach Bertrem, J. W...... .Bascom
e, K. C0................ Calif ornia Besenbruch, P. W .....aepr
ton W. LI................. Umatilla Betton, G. W ................. Jacksonville
E. AC ................. Rhode Island Bevis, H.L P.................. Arcadia
.................. Ft. Ogden Bevis, W. M ................ Tennessee




6 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Na~me Address Name A-ddr
Bible, C. J .... .... .... .... ... ...Mami.......... H.......................Oaeor
Bickersta..... .................. Pensacola Branch, C. HE. H., Jr ............ Clf
Biddle, J. K ........................ Ohio Brann, H. W.................. califo,
Biddle, P. D..................... Arizona Brannen, C .................. Bradeni
Bidwell, A. M.................... Tampa Bransford, L. E .............. Jackson
Bicker, A. J............... St. Petersburg Brantley, G. H............... Lake Wo
Bicker, A. 1\M............... St. Petersburg Brantley, J. Q................. Geor
Biggs, E. L....................... Starke Brantley, Z..................... Gran
Billingsley, G. D.................. Miami Bratley, F. G ...................... S
Binkley, J. F ............West Palm Beach Brevard, E. M ..........Tallahass
Bird, D. P ..................... Lakeland Brewer, W. A................. Tenness
Bird, T .................... Panama City Brewster, G. 0................ Avon P
Bishop, B. M ..................... Archer Brewster, W. A................. Callah
Bishop, J. W ................... Lake City Brillhart, H. L.............. Jacksonvi
Bitzer, E. W ..................... Tampa Brink, F. A................. Jacksona
Black, J. B.................. Jacksonville Brinson, H................. Kiss'
Black, M. E.................. Clearwater Brinson, J. B;-, Jr.............. Montie
Black, N. M ...................... Miami Brinson, P. A................... Bald
Black, R. 0................... Plant City Brinson, W. D ....................Bald
Blackmar, R. W............. Jacksonville Britt, R................... St. August
Blackmon, H. J ...................Tampa Broadbent, 0. P ..............Jacksoni
Blackshear, R. D ............ Panama City Bronstein, -E...................... Ta
Blackshear, W. J ........Panama City Brown, A. DeW ..............Jacksonvi
Blair, W. M............ West Palm Beach Brown, A. G................... Teuuess
IBlake, A. W............... Bartow (Col.) Brown, E. E .................... Tenness
IBlake, L. W.................. Bradenton Brown, E. F................... Lake 0i
Blake, W. C ...................... Tampa Brown, F. L .................. Jacksonvi
Blalock, A. L................... Madison Brown, H. 0 ............. ........Ta
Blanchard, H. H ................ Wisconsin Brown, J. 0.................... Pal[
Blankinship, R................ New York Brown, J. W .................... i
Blanton, I. L................. Macdlenny Brown, L. V. L.................. De
Blount, R. E........Ft. Lauderdale Brown, 0. C............... Ft. Lauderda
Boccelato, S. L............Texas Brown, R. G ...................... Geor
Boles, ID. 9 .....................f. llinois Brown, R. L., Jr ........Jacksonville (Co
Boling, J. R ..................... Tampa Browne, R. W.......... New Yo
Bond, B. J................ Winter Haven Browne, V. M................... Hial
Boone, J. L .................. Jacksonville Bruce, J. R ....................... Jasp
Boorom, H1. E................... Orlando Brungard, 0. D ...................... 0
Boothe, R. C...... ............. Ft. Pierce Brunner, E., C............. .........
Borland, J. L................ Jacksonville Brunson, F. A.......... Frostpro
Born, C.' A.................... Pensacola Brunson, H. B................. Pensaeo
Bostelman, E.................. Ft. Myers Brunson, J. E............. South Carol
Bosworth, J. M., Jr............. Lakeland Brush, S. P................... New Yo
Bothiwell, G. E .................. Mayport Bryan, C. H................... Bradent
Bottari, G-. C ..................... Tampa Bryan, W. H .................... Scnl
Bouchelle, L4. B............. New Smyrna Bryans, HE. L.................. Pensacol
Boughton,' H ...............Miami Beach Bryant, J. M ..........Jacksonvim
Boulware, J. R., Jr............. Lakeland Buck, W. J......... .......... Belle Gla
Bourke, J. J................... Dade City Buckman, T. E.............. Jacksonvil
Bowen, C. T ...................... Miami Buckmaster, 0. LT................. Orland
Bowen, J. T.............. Clearwater BcnlH......... enyv
BowenB cknll H..R.......................yusti
Bowmn, L. N...................mesti Buff, J. HF ....................... Orland
Box, C. C ........ ............. Graceville Bullard, 0. P ..................... mis
Boynton, 0. E., Jr................ Georgia Bullard, W. P .................. Sopchopp
Bradf ord, W. H............... Bay Pines Bunker, L. L................. Fernandin
Bradshaw, J. T ..........San Antonio Burchi, R. N ...................... M
Bradshaw, V. M.................. Tampa Burgner, B. A.................. Sarast
Brady, H. A................... Louisiana Burgner, B. H.................. Saraso
Brame, ID. D ..................... Orlando Burke, A...................... Maryla




DOCORSOF MEDICINE
Address Name Address
87 A...............Winter Park Childress, H. McF ........,....... Miami
eteP CJr...... Tarpon Springs Chiles, J. H..........,,.,,,,..... Apopka
7J.P..................PFt White Chilli) J. L ........... ....,,,. Jacksonville
I M.Q .......... Bloiuntste'wn Chowning, W. C. ............... New Smyrna
o, V. W~~~ .......... ...Stuart Christ, C. D ............., ... Orlando
J. ., r ............Oarrabelle Christie, G. E ............... Jacksonville
T. J.............. ..Georgia Chunn, J. D .. .. ........,....St. Cloud
Joh ............. Georgia Clarholm, V ................New York
harty TR....................Tampa Clark, H. D...................Ft. Pierce
lor B F.................. Holywood Clark, S. A .................... Lakeland
or .T ............. rad Clark, W. B .................... Louisiana
A S..................Ft. Myers Claxton, W. A................ T~allahassee
Cleghorn, C. D.................... Miami
OClement, W. B..................... Tampa
wel, H..................... A lbama Clements, R. M,.......... Chattahoochee
han J.B .......... Orlando (Col.) Clemmer, C. A .............Daytona Beach
erl .................. Orlando Cleveland, J. Q.............. Coral Gables
rayA.v .................Tampa Cleverdon, L. A................ Oklahoma
ron F A............... Tam~pa Cline, D. E .................... Marianna
ac( .R....... ulf Hlammnock Cline, SR. L ... .. . *.. .. .. .. .... Lakeland
pbelA. ........Tallahassee (Col) Cobb, A. T., Jr.................. Raif ord
pbel, ...............Colorado Coffin, C. E].................. Winter Park
be][,8S S ........ Jacksonville (Gel.) Coleman, E. M ................. Groveland
on .B........... Lae oochee Coleman, J. A.............. Plant City
e .T .................... Miami Coleman, S. R3............. DeLand (Col.)
... snvll Colley, S. C..................... Tavares
foo., .............. Ft. Meade Collins, C. C ................Jacksonville
son C.W ................Illinois Collins, C. J..................... Orlando
onL.F .................Tampa Colson, J. HE .................. Gainesville
eneG .......... Tennessee Combs, J. A..................... Georgia
adieyJ.H ..............Lawtey Cone, D. N............. White Springs
rA.C ................... Miami C}onger, G. D,..................... Miami
erA E............Ft. Lauderdale Conklin, R. C................ Mount Dora
erE.A .................DeLand Connor, A. B.............. Ft. Lauderdale
r, W................Caryville Conter, A. E................ Apalachicola
J. H.......... ......Texas Coogler, A.OC..................RBrooksville
L. A... ... ... ... ..Bushnell Cook, G. L .. .. .. ... .. .. Tampa
ley 0..................,....... Miami Cook, H. M...................... Tampa
U) .,Jr ....,....... .Delray Beach Cooke, H. H ......................MAfiami
.7 T Z ..............Jacksonville Cooley, R. 0 ............West Palm Beach
7 W B .............Jacksonville Cooper, J. H............... St. Petersburg
I .......,.......Olearwater Copeland, S. M ............... Jacksonville
er J L..................... Ocala Ooplan, M.M..................... Miami
bes ............ im Copp, F. A................. Jacksonville
dler, G.E........... im Corbett, J. H..................... Jasper
dle, I W ............Avon Park Cordes, H.B., Jr ................Frostproof
dle, C................Tapa Corrigan, F. P........... Central America
dler J. .......... Daytoa Beach Costa, F. J ......................... Tampa
. IJ.P .............. ewYork Council, M.D ................. Ft. Pierce
many ~ ~ W.A........ "im (Col.) Counts, N. T ............. Coo
pell F.V ............. Jcksnvile Goupland, J. D ............... ....... Eustis
Itny]E R............ ewYok Cowell, E. H ........... Ne ~Tork




8 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Addrei
Cre'ekmore, G. R.............. Brooksville De Poo, J .................... Key We
Creel, 0. E ...................... Pahokee DeVane, W. G................. Grovelan
Creel, W. J................... Eau Gallie PeVilbiss, L. A................... Miam
Cribbins, 0. HI................... Sarasota DeVore, E. M ..................... Miam
Crockett, E. W................ Macdlenny Dey, W. P................. Rhode 181an
Orof t, G. W................. Jacksonville Dickerson, L. B ............... Clearwate
Croft, T. G.................. Jacksonville Dickerson, R. J ...........Tampj
Gross, W. F ....................... Miami Dickerson, S. B ........... Tamp
Crouch, E. C ...................... Jasper Dickinson, J. C................... Tamp
Crozier, G. T................... .Georgia Dicks, IR. E................ St. Petersbur:
Crum, J. W...................... Tampa Dillard, T. H.................... DeLan
Grump, J. E............... Winter Haven Dixon, A. A............. Pensacola (Gol.
Gullipher, E. W............. West Virginia Dobrin,M ........................ miaimi
Gumming, R. C.................... Ocala Dodd, W. E.................. New Jersee
Cunningham, L. W ............ Jacksonville Dodds, W. H................... St. Clou
Gurrence, J. D................ New York Dodge, P. L...................... Miarn
Curtis, W. L .............. ........ Georgia Dodson, M. W................... Alabam
Doern, W. G.............. Daytona Beac
D Dominguez, J. A................ Tamp
Dailey, I. A .................... Micanopy Donald, E ..................... I... Miam
Dalton, B3. W.................... Vernon Douglass, J. E ........... Tarpon Spring
Dame, G. A ..................... Inverness Dow, E. LeR................. Palm Beac
Dame, L. HT........ ............. Inverness Dowlen, 0. S5..................... Mialm
Daniel, S. B ........... Jacksonville (Col.) Dowling, J. B................... Alliance
Daniels, B. A ...................... Tampa Downing, S. W.................. Missour
Daniels, J. P.................. Pensacola Downs, A. s................. Palm Beacl
Daniels, S. H ............... Orlando (Col.) Dozier, H. C ..................... ..Gocal
Darrow, A. A......... .... Ft. Lauderdale Dozier, L. IL................. Tallahasse.
Daves, F. E...............OChattahoochee Draper, A. D..................... Tamp
Davis, C. IL. ................. Okeechobee Draughn, D. M............. Moo-re Have
Davis, C. W.............. Daytona Beach Drennen, W. E................. Alabarn
Davis, G. A ...................... DeLand Drew, 0. L..................... MadisQ,
Davis, G. 0..................... Madison Drew, H. IR................. Jacksonvill
Davis, HL F ...................... Miami Drexel, A. E..................... Palatk
Davis, J. A............... Winter Garden Drieling, A. W............. Pennsylvani
Davis, J. B............... Daytona Beach Driscoll, F. J ....................... Ohi
Davis, J. C...................... Quincy Driskell, S. E ................ Jacksorivill
Davis, J. E ................. St. Petersburg Dufin, C. E................... Tennesse
Davis, K. McG ............. Delray Beach Duke, TR. ..................... Tamp
Davis, T. H...................... Chipley Duna-way, C. E.................... Miam
Davis, W. M ............... St. Petersburg Duncan, C. F ...... Jacksonville (Gol.
Dawkins, N. J................... Vernon Duncan, W. P ..................... Tamnp
Dawson, G. M ........... West Palm Beach Dunn, J. C ........................ Texa
Dawson, S. A .............. St. Petersburg Dunne, H. E...................... Miam
Day, G...................... Jacksonville Dunst, C. G................. Boca Grand
Day, G. H ........................ Miami Dux, H-. M.................. Jacksonvll
Day, H. A....................... Orlando Dyer, W. H...................... Tamp
Deal, C. C .................... Auburndale Dyess, C. T ................. Moore Have
Dean, R.11.................. Jacksonville Dyett, J. H. R...West Palm Beach (Col.
DeArmas, C. RB................... Tampa Dykes, C ......................GCar-rabell
DeBoe, M. P .............. ........ Miami Dyrenforth, L. Y ............. Jacksonvill
Dees, J. E ........................ Miami
Dell, J.M ............ ........ Gainesville
Dell, J. M., Jr................ Gainesville Early, C. S.................... Lakelan
Del SoA L. G ................. Tampa Ebert, J. W.................... Marylan
Demko, F ........ Missouri Echard, T. B3............... St. Petersbur
Denison, R. C........... ..Lake Worth Eckman, B. FP................. Homestea
Denton, J. T.................... Sanford Edmundson, F. B ............ Pennsylvani
DePass, M. H- ................ Gainesville Edwards, G. H.................. Orland




Bureau of Vital Statistics 9
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
a* Address Name Address
wards, G. R. L..West Palm Beach (Col.) Finlay, D. H................ Blountstown
wards, T. J......... ..... Minnesota Fisher, L. C., Jr.............. Pensacola
wards, T. M................ Frostproof Fitzgerald, W. L.................. Miami
4,y L. J....................... Tampa Fleming, 0. F .................... Indiana
ey A. T.................. Lake Placid Fleming, J. 0............... Pennsylvania
rbee, G. W.................. Pahokee Fleming, S. W .......... West Palm Beach
.r, J. W .................. Washington Flipse, M. J...................... Miami
or, S. F....................... Miami Floyd, A. J..................... Palmetto
ridge, M. W ..................... Aitha Floyd, E........................ GA~rgia
gn) L. W.................... .. Miami Floyd, G. M................... Hawthorn
*iott, 0. A ................. I.... Illinois Floyd, H. G............... Palatka (Col.)
. Ott, L. F................ New Mexico Fogarty, J. N ............. Daytona Beach
is, J. C......................... Perry Folsom, C. W.................. Kentucky
lis, S. B....................... Geof~gia Folsom, S. A.................. Orlando
8, W. H ....................... Miami Foote, L. H. B .......... Tallahassee (Col.)
~ton LB ........ Ft. Lauderdale Forbes, S. B...................... Tampa
listony R. L ............ Ft. Lauderdale Ford, E. W .................. Crescent City
more, W. T................. Gainesville Ford, J. A...................... Orl~indo
en,; M......................... Illinois Ford, R. B ................... Miami (Col.)
) R. A........................ Tampa Forde, S. J. E... Green Cove Springs (Col.)
neis, F. B................. Jacksonville Forster, D.................. New Smyrna
o r, J. 0 ....................... Baker Fort, A. G....................... Georgia
zor, 0. 0.................... Crestview Fort, F. L..........Jacksonville
or, R. E................... Crestview Foster, J. C...................... Tampa
lg, B. D................. Lake Wales Fourcher, K. R..............South America
shar, H. F................... Orlauido Fox, H. H ........................ Miami
111 A. L .................... Tennessee Foxworthy, F. W ............ Miami Beach
, S ................... Jacksonville Foy, E. T..........Pennsylvania
es, E. S................. St. Augustine Francis, F. ..........Tampa
eredge, S. H.................. Tampa FrnliG. C0.............OCoconut Grove
*it, F. B ......................... Stuart Fraser, D. S................ Panama City
uns, G. H ........ North Carolina (Col.) Fraser, R. H.................. Michigan
Frazier, S. M............... Miami (Col.)
r F rederick, A. R.....t.Petersburg
rber, C. K............ St. Petersburg Freeman, A. R3................... Georgia
ber, W. P............. St. Peters-burg Freeman, G. 0................. Lakeland
:er, M. H ................... Georgia Freeman, M..................... Perrine
Vnell, P. C................... Branford Freidus, E..........Mim Beach
ringer, R. H................... Miami French, E. D...................... Miami
. r, H. M..................... Tampa Frobisher, H. B .............. Coral Gables
ver, R. M...................... Miami Fuller, H............ ilerry
ster, 0. 0 ................ St. Petersburg Funk, N. E............... St. Petersburg
Id, N....................... New York Fuqua, C. C............Hlir
.ows, J3. H ................... Pensacola Furnish, R. D .................. Calif ornia
nH. T................ I..... Mt. Dora Futch, T. A., Jr.........Ocala
ton, E. R3.................... .. .Miami
rguson, J. A ................. New York G
guson, R. D................... .. Ocala Gable, L. M............... St. Peters~urg,
lita, A. J3...................... Tampa Gable, N. Wilson........... St. Petersburg
nandez, F. M.................. Miami Gable, N. Worth ........... St. Petersburg
ante, G. C .................... Tampa Gachet, N. L.................... Century
rell, A. D ............... West Virginia Gainey, 3. G ................. Blountatown
rrs' F. F ........................ Ohio Galey, H. C................... Key West
3d, C. H................... Bradenton Gamble, R. B............... Pennsylvania
ld, S. E ................... Mississippi Gammage, T. IR................... Miami
Id, T. S .................. Jacksonville Gammon, 3. E............... Jacksonville
ert, C. E..................... Tampa Garcia, P. M..................... Tampa
.., R .................Key West Gardner, 3. F............... Winter Park
dley, C. W................... Georgia Gardner, 0. W ................. Greens boro




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DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Addr
Gardner, W. H ..........West Palm Beach Griffin, H. W ..........North Carol
Garner, J. E..................... Georgia Griffin, J. B ....................... li
Garrard, H. F.................. Alabama Griffin, J. D................. LklGary, R. E ..................... Kissimmee Giriffin, L. S................. Jackso-Avr
Gates, H..................... Bradenton Griffin, T. R ............... St. PeterA,
Gatrell, H...................... Fairfield Griffith, D. H.................... Geor,
Gavin, 0. A............... Tarpon Sprinigs Grimal, A. S .............Ta
Geiger, H. S .................... Kissimmee Grimes, D. H .......... So. Mi
Genge, V. P..................... Vermofft Grimes, 0. R ................... Alaba
George, W. W ...........West Palm Bd6ach Groesbeck, F. B ...........Daytona Be
Geringer, R. A. C................ Gulfport Groves, W. H ............Clearwat
Gerlach, E. B.............. West Virginia Guild, W. A ..................... Illin6
Gerlach, HI. P ............ West Palm Beach Guinand, P. H ................. Clearwat
Gerstner, D ...................... Missouri Gurganious, A. P ...... Green Cove Sprin.
Getzen, S. P................... Newberry Guy, W. B .................. St. Augusti.t
Gheesling, G.................... Georgia Gwathmey, G. T., Jr............. Orlan
Gliertler, M...................... Miami Gwynn, G. H., Jr............. Tallahass
Gilbert, E. M.................... Tampa Gwynn, H. W................... OrlaIA
Gilbert, J. T. Jr............... Tennessee Gyland, S. P.................... Tam'
Gilbert, R. E ..............Winter Haven
Gilchrist, J. G................... Bartow H
Gill, R. S.............. West Palm Beach Haggard, W. A............Miai
Gilmer, E. S..................... Tampa Hahn, T. F .,Jr ................... DeLcu
Girvin, H. W.............. Chattahoochee Haisfield, A. R................ Pensacop
Glass, R. EB...................... Tampa Haisfield, H. B................ Pensaco'
Glatzau, L. W............. Daytona Beach Hall, E. J........................ Mia'.
Glennan, T. L............. South Carolina Hall, F. M..................... Alaban
Glidden, 0. H.... .............. Ft. Pierce Hall, F. M.............. Bradenton (Col
Glover, G. B..... ............. Monticello Hall, J. E........................ MiaT
Godard, R.F......... Quincy Hall, Y. L., Jr.................... Mi
Goggins, J. H................ Jacksonville Halliday, J ............. West Palm Bea
Golden, H. XM.................... Illinois Hallum, A. V .................... Georg
Gollinger, C. 0 .................. Orlando Halton, Jack..................... Tam
Gonzalez, A. A.................... Tampa Halton, Joseph.................. Saraso
Gonzalez, L. 0 ................... Tampa Hammer, G. P................ Hollywo
Goodale, B. H ................ Jacksoifville Hampton, H. S................... Tam
Goode, J. A............Alachua Hancock, W. S., Jr......New Port Rich
Goodson, W. M...........Miami Hankins, 1. S ........Orlando (Col
Goodwin, F. P ........ .......... Illinois Hanna, F. H............... Miami Bea>
Gormnan, J. M............... Jacksonville Hannum, M. M .....................BEust
Gowdy, F. A ....................... Miami Hanson, H ................... Jacksonvil
Gowdy, R. A............... Miami Beadh Hanson, K. B................... Georg
Gowe, A. F...................... Miami Hardee, E. B................ Vero Bea
Grable, J. S ..................... .. Tampa llardenbergh, J. A ......... St. Petersbu.
Grace, C. .0................ St. Augustine Hardie, ID. E..................... Mia
Grace, W. H................... Ft. Myers Hardie, G. C................... Ft. Pier
Grantham, J. M ..... Tampa Hardman, W. W............... Kentue
Graves, G. Y .................. Kentucky Hardy, G. E. W., Jr............... Tam
Graves, J. R...................... Miami Hargrove, J. L................... Barto
Graves, L ..................... Kentucky Harkness, IR. B................ Lake Ci
Graves, L. J.................. Tallahassee Harms, F. H.................... Orlan
Gray, F. D ........................ Orlaiido Harness, A. J ................... Lakela
Green, G. M............... Daytona Beach Harper, J. A............... Crawf ordvii
Green, 0. F.....................''Mayo Harper, S ........................ Mia
Green, T. H ................ St. Petersburg Harrell, G. IL................ Vero Bea
Greene, L. A.................... Indiana Harrell, 0. E................ Jacksonvil
Greene, R. J ....................... Perry Harris, E. A ................... Brewst
Greene, R. N................ Jacksonville Harris, E. R ...................... Lith
Greer, M. G. N ............. St. Petersburg Harris, H. H1................. Jacksonvil




Bureau of Vital Statistics 1
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Address Name Address
is J. HI................... Wimauma Hofling, C. A., Jr.................... .Ohio
Bi, D............... St. Augustine Hogan, C. M.................... Georgia
ri, R. M...................... Miami Holden, G. R ................ Jacksonville
o X. M ............... Bradenton HollandIL ................... Leesburg
rsn, W.A .................FPt. Myers volley, J. 0 ....................... Milton
,D. W................... Michigan Hollingsworth, S. G............ Bradenton
t)0. J ................. North Carolina Holloway, E. W.................. Tampa
tB S ................... Winter Park Holloway, L. W............. Jacksonville
a, n3. H.............. Jacksonville Holly, A. P. B.............. Miami (Col.)
tman, M. D ................ Homestead Holmes, A. G. H.................. Miami
vard, S. C..................... Brooksville Holmes, R. J ...................... Miami
ietine, B ...................... Illinois Holton, W. J................. Plant City
keU, L. G ................. Gainesville Hopkins, W. B................... Tampa
sell,0.S ....................... Miami Horne, H. P ................ Jacksonville
t, F. E ................... Tennessee Horne, L. W.............. St. Petersburg
tcli E. B...................... Miami Horton, W................ Winter Haven
wkin;, A. S .................. Clermont H'osey, J. T..................... Palatka
I I. M.................... Melbourne Hoskins, W. H................... Venice
es, J. W................ Jacksonville Hotard, R. F.............. Winter Park
nsworth, J. E ................Virginia Hotchikiss, W. T .............Miami Beach
ard, J. C..................... Utah Howard, A. R .............. Massachusetts
en, 0. B ..................... Pahokee Howard, B. E............. Ft. Lauderdale
tb, G. Wi............West Palm Beach Howe, R. (Raymond) .......Daytona Beach
jth) H. 0................... ... Molino Howe, R. (Roy) ........... Daytona Beach
ard, C. EB............... St. Petersburg Howell, H. S ............... Chattahoochee
M. Ef. ...................... Miami Howell, H. W.................. Delaware
n.er, E. A .............. St. Petersburg Howell, R. S..................... Miami
berg, C0. J........ ........ Pensacola Hubbard, J. C................. Oklahoma
tz ..................... Sanford Hubert, M.A ..................... Georgia
Z) J. J............Orlando Hudson, A. T............. St. Petersburg
s, J. B.,Jr........Tap Hudson, P. J3............... Crystal River
hill, S. P................. Kentucky Huggins, E. L.................. Freeport
drson, R. P.................. Tampa Hughes, N. A................. Tennessee
dricks, El. M ........... Ft. Lauderdale Hughes, R. L ..................... Bartow
driekson, P. C .................. Ohio Hughes, R. S............... Ocala (Col.)
ry, C. E ................... Minnesota Hughes, T. W ................... Missouri
,y G. F .............West Palm Beach Hughes, V. A.......Jacksonville
ry, H. W............... New Smyrna Hughlett, W. S................... Africa
long, M. B............... Jacksonville Humphreys, D. G ........... Fernandina
el, F. K ............West Palm Beach Humphries, H. H .............Jacksonville
ing, J. A, .............. St. Petersburg Hunter, 1. H..........Georgia
. tr, M. W.................... Georgia Hutchings, E. H.........Georgia
iett, F. W ........ Coral Gables Hutson, T. W..................... Miami
5) 1. K .......... Melbourne
gins,AF ..................... Tampa
smith, G. F................. Arcadia
oin, R. RB............. Winter Haven
3) S .......... Daytona Beach (Col.) Ickstadt, A., Jr................ Calif ornia
'ton, A. H .................... Alabama lIlderton, J. A.........Vermont
a, L~. M ...................... Miami Ingersoll, J. M.................... Miami
~ges) G. S.................. Marianna Ingram, H. C.................... Orlando
gsy J. H................. Gainesville Ingram, L. C.................... Orlando
ges, J. W..................... Miami Ira, G. H.................... Jacksonville
sdon, B. F.................... Miami Irons, F. EB................ Winter Haven
son, L. A.................... Miami Ives, H. A............ ...... Jacksonville
an. C. W....i... North Carolina Ives, W. M.................... Lake City
"IA.an2J.M .................. Pensacola Izlar, A. L..................... Clerm~ont
Im~wan, C. D ................... Orlando Mzar, W. H................ Pennsylvania




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DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Addr
IT
Jackson, N............. West Palm Beach Kennan, A. L...................ijll!
James, H. W........... Jacksonville (Col.) Kennedy, R. L................... Maio
Jaquish, C. J............... Pennsylvania Kennedy, S. G .................. Pensacoe
Jefferson, R...................... Tampa Kennedy, T. S............. Ft Lauderd
Jefferson, T. L..West Palm Beach (Col.) Kennon, C. L ..................... Mia
Jeffrey, S. L.............. Coconut Grove Kershaw, A. J ........ Miami (Col
Jelks, E.................... Jacksonville Killinger, R. RB.............. facksonil
Jenkins, H. B.................. .. Georgia King, F. G.................. Jacksonvi
Jenkins, L. M.................... Miami King, G. R. S ................. Lake But
Jenkins, 0. W .............. Chattahoochee King, G. W., Jr............. Delray Beac
Jenkins, P. K............... Miami Beach King, L. P.................... Greenvi
Jennings, F. S............. St. Petersburg King, R. H ..................... Hastin
Jenny, T. G .......... I...... Pennsylvania King, W. W................... Lakela:
Jensen,IH. J...................... Tampa Kinsey, E. T...................... Mian
Jobson, A. M. C ................ Tampa Kinsey, J. P ..................... Pine
Johnson, A. B................. New York Kirby, W. L.............. North Caroli
Johnson, G. W. P ............ Tampa (Col.) Kirby-Smith, J. L ............ Jacksonvil
Johnson, HE. A................... Palatka Kirk, W. W ................. Jacksonvif
Johnson, H. ID............. Daytona Beach Kirkpatrick, C. H............... Area
Johnson, M. F................. Ft. Myers Kitchens, F. E.............. Coral Gabl
Johnson, S. C ......... ........... Illinois Klein, L. A................. Jackeonvi.
Johnson, S. E.............. Tampa (Col.) Klock, G. A.............. Daytona Beac~
Johnson, S. H.............. Miami (Col.) Klussman, H. A .................... h
Johnson, V. M .......... West Palm Beach Klussman, B. M............ Peusylvan"
Johnson, W. A. J .........Lakeland (Col.) Knauer, W. J .........Jacksonivil
Johnston,H.......... Orlando Knauf, A. R ..................... Ta m'
Johnston, J. A ............. Ft. Lauderdale Knight, A. C................ Jacksonizv
Johnston, J. K............... Tallahassee Knight, J. C................ Plant Cit
Jones, C. B................. New Smyrna Knowlton, H. A ......... Washington, ID.
Jones, E. M............. I......... Miami Knowlton, R. H ............ St. Petersbu
Jones, H. Q ................. Ft. Myers Knox, A. W ..................... Sanfor
Jones, N. He ................. Ocala (Col.) Koger, E. B ...................... Mia
Jones, T. A .................. Miami Beach Kollar, J. B.................. Vero Beac
Jones, W. C., Jr ........ .......... Miami Koon, A. C ..................... Lakel an
Jones, W. W.................. Dqe City Krueger, F. W............. Jacksonvi
Jordan, 0. L ................... Mississippi Kumm, F. F............... St. Petersbur
Joyner, 0. A ............. Plant City (Col.) Kupper, W. H............... New Jers
Joyner, R. N..................... Starke
Justice, B L.................fHaines City L
LaDuron, J. F....... ............ India
KLake,E. T ....................... Tam
Kauffman, F. E............... Clearwater Lamb, L. L ...................... Illaha
Kay, M. B*........................ Miami L a-mb, R .............. South Jackeonvil
Kayton, M1. C .................. Wauchula Lambdin, L............... St. 'Petershur
Keeler, F. L..................... Miami Lancaster, B.................. Manat
Keezel, J. 0................ Pennsylvania Lancaster, L. L.................. Barto
Kehoe, H. C................... Ft. Myers Lancaster, W................. Kissimm
Keiser, J. M.................... Georgia Lancaster, W. J ............ North Carolin
Keisling, F. C ................ Jacksonville Langan, P. C....................... Oh*
Kellix, W. B ........... Jacksonville (Col.) Langley, F. HE ............. St. Petersbur
Kellner, F. E.................. New York Langley, W. T.................. Sanfor
Kellogg, J. H............. Miami Springs Larrabee, C. W ............... Bradento
Kells, P .......................... Miami Larson, E. J3............... North Dakot
Kemp, A. J ....................... Miami Lassiter, W.................. Gainesvil
Kemp, M. T ................... Sopchoppy Lassman, G. A ..................... Tamp
Kemp, T. J3...................... Missouri Lawrence, E. J............ Winter Garde
Kemp, W. M .................... Michigan Lawson, B. H........ Winter Garde
Kenast on, T. C.................... Cocoa Laymon, R. L.................... Mi
Ken drick, 0. G.......Tallahassee Leach, M. A................... Wiscons,




ame Adress NameAddress
eai :.,H A.................Miami McCallum, A................. New Jersey
Breon P ............St. Petersburg Mc~earn, P. T ..................ero Beach
0r Sr. .................... Gaeolgia McClao, B. M ................. Mamia
fhozyR .................. Tama McClure, H. A,..............S. Pterahsseeg
Jnrt CG............ .~..,.... Lakeland McClur, J. RG.................... Oion
Use ..................We..t VIgda McConell, SC...............St. Ptersaur
Aib B ........rd, .........,... St. PetersburgMcllaPT.........VrBeh
ennard, 0.WeD Pa........ m.. eachi McClormik, B. M .............. enslania
ent.es F .........Penn......ania McClrr, H. A.................. Tellaessee
titr, G.......... .... .iamian Mc~anie, R. G................ Lausinal
UP ............... otisgiana Mc~annell, W. CT.........New Sm.yerna (Ct
Viny ~ ~ ~ ~ Mim A.c aoel G ...................... .Miami ,fcod EC........S.Ptrbg
W ) G.............. ....PalOBaca Mc~owell, W... ...............ndiylana
&~s A ..................... Miade Mcf~oy, T. SM..................Manaten
y, A................... Auustaiae Mcrachr, R. C................. Tampass
MY s D. ............... k ieamie Mc~ane, H. B...............Jacksonville
Wy B.D..................St. Peteisian Mcanl, T.................raCo
bag, L. MH............. Jacksonvil" le Mcowan, J. W............... OikSringo
der,................Pam eacl Mac~oellr, G. B ................ airll
Anr H ................. alit Mc~oaehl, J ...S.................CInipaea
dsyS.A ................. Ft. Meaoe Mc~innis, H ............... asnate
Ansy H~ .................. .Mgsimi M cerat, W. E .................laama
" Ao ...................Miamihbe Mc~rego, G ............e amsnille
"g, W. B .........St. Petersburg Mcriff, W. F ..................NiOerlnd
d cm, T. A .............S. Jaugstinle Mc~ugan, S..............Winte.rlarko
"~~~ Mck fM .........P naiola M ceei r J...........De....ia Springs
J.eny A.,H r............ .Paama (Coly McGuagl, J. SE..................Miamiy
" J7 F ..........A...a..amaFt Mc lvoy Mcini ............... Jacksonville
ithgo W. A ................. Myers Mc~eraie, A. C ...............asnvll
Ytrr B.......................Miami Mcrengoe, G. N ..................ami
cher C.M.................. Miamisur IMc~ie W. ..................iamvi
urgoo, V.,.............Penn usvna Mc~ueni, AJ....................Mir ari
y BE W.......................ampao Mcibe, W..............M piams
0g AF.....................D (Cover Mc~inale, J......... ... ..... Oklaoma
, BP.....................Nilahoma McIeor, R. A ................aoninne
ongbaJe A.................. Myami McKeniei, G. S .............. avkonvPark
ot Y.C ...................ai Mceze .N................Pen.sMaol
owlE., ................,....... Miami Mcenuiy, E.A..................ollywoo
web, R........,.......... Petesburgni Mc~eodi, N. SW.................Au.ia
wry, B. .....................M amia Mcibeod, ..................L...oMiae
owy C .................... oavle Mceiath, W.B..................Glaomga
wry, B................... Nrchnds Mc~irnon, D. W .................artown
Calo~na Mcnight,.D........... Sot AvkonvPlle
chu n, J E1... .. ... .. ... .. M a m M c~ ane ... .......... ..t P ee sacurg
ty~e~ e AB .....................New Yonerik
.. .. .,.. .*. .*..Mcullen,3 D., J.......... CeaSringsr




14 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Adare
M
Mabry, C. B...................Jacksonville Meredith, 1. M.............. ..KentueE
Macdonald, J. T....................Miami Merendino, D ................Louis
Mack, C. C .........................Quincy Meriwether, T...............Wewahitch
Maguire, T. C...................Plant City Merrick, C. G...................;Ft. Mye
Main, D. C ........................Pomona Merryday, H. L............Daytona Bea
Maines, J. E...................Lake Butler Metzger, F. C ....................... Tamp
Maines, J. E., Jr................Gainesville Middlebrooks, V..................Mia4
Mallett, E. P............... North Carolina Middlebrooks, W. E........... Panama Cit
M allory, M .........................Orlando Middleton, W E.....................Stark
Maloney, R. L...................Tennessee Miles, W G.......................Orland
Maneely, R. S.................Jacksonville Miller, A. H......................Millvil
Maner, G. R........................Tampa Miller, A. R..............West Palm Bead
Manhoff, B....................Jacksonville Miller, B. E..................New Smps
Mann, J. ...................Lake Butler Miller, G. E..................St. Petersbus
Manning, W. S................Jacksonville Miller, H. E..................New Smyrr
Manson, P. J.......................Miami Miller, J. F.................North Carolfr
Marcus, N. L.......................Tampa Miller, R. L............. Daytona Bead
M arney, C. R.......................Tampa M iller, R. L.....................Gracevil
Marr, N. M.................St. Petersburg Miller, W S........................Palatl
M arsh, E. L. J.......................Miami Mills, A. L..................St. Petersbu
Marshall, L. R...........Washington, D. C. Mills, D. A.....................Zephyrhil
M artin, C........................M issouri M ills, H. R.........................Tamp
M artin, D. D.......................Tampa M ills, J. H ..........................Tams
M artin, E. E...................Haines City Milton, J. D........................M iar
M artin, I. E...................Ocklawaha Milton, P. E........................Tampi
M artin, J. W .......................Oviedo M iser, G. W ..........................Iow
M artin, L. H........................Texas M itchell, C. M .....................Sanfor
Martin, L. W..................... Sebring Mitchell, E. H......................Iino
Martin, M. C....................Miami Mitchell, G. M................Jacksonvill
Martin, S. T..................Shamrock Mitchell, J. H .................Jacksonvil
Martinson, M. M................Tennessee Mitchell, L. B......................Tamp
M artorell, A........................Tampa Mitchell, W E....................Colema
M as, J. A..........................Tampa M itchell, W S.....................Georgi
Mason, J. F. .... ...............Bradenton Mitchell-Hampton, E. 0....... Ocala (Col.
M ason, R. L......................Virginia M ock, A. E.......................Pensaco
Massaro, A. F...................New York Moe, L. N.....................Jacksonvill
Massenburg, G. Y................Georgia Moeller, M. W...............St. Petersbur
Massey, W. W................... Quincy Mols, E. P.........................Tamp
Mathers, F.....................Gainesville Moodie, B. M ...................Californ
Matthews, A. L., Jr...........Jacksonville Moon, P. L., Jr..................Georgi
Matthews, W. M.................Polk City Moon, W. B.................Crystal Riv
Matthieu, J.....................Miami Moor, F. C.....................Tallahasse
Maxwell, E. B................Miami Beach Moore, A........................Tennesse
Maxwell, W. J....................Alabama Moore, J. M.................Penney Farm
M ay, R. D....................Jacksonville M oore, J. N.........................Oca
Mayher, W E., Jr.................Georgia Moore, J. T.........................Tamp
Mayhew, R. H...................New York Moore, T. E........................Mia
Means, G. S...................Jacksonville Moore, T. F.................St. Petersbur
M ease, J. A., Jr...................Dunedin M oore, T. G.......................Osceo
Medlin, W. B.......................Miami Moorefield, J. L.............North Caroli
Megna, J. A........................Tampa M organ, T. E..................Jacksonvi
Meighen, D. G......................Tampa Morgan, W E......................Illino
Melville, E. J..............St. Petersburg Morlan, E. R .............Moore Have
M elvin, A. M .................Coral Gables M orris, J. S........................Stua
M elvin, P. D.......................Milton M orris, K. A..................Jacksonvi
Mendoza, C. 0..............Jacksonville Morris, N........................ Lake Ci
M entzer, C. G......................M iami M orris, S. A .................Jacksonv
Merchant, H. McC ............Gainesville Morrison, C. C., Jr............. Palm Bea




Bureu o Vitl Satisics15
a AdesName Address
orrso H.K ............. Lesbug OBrien, R. K. ............ St. Petersburg
rrow F. .................. M ami O'Dell, J. C., Jr .............. Jacksonville
rto, A 0 ............... Srasta Odencal, T. H ............... Massachusetts
rto, R S ..........Winter Park Orte, H.B ...........,,,,~ ...Orlando
ows,~ H .................... Georgia Getjen, G. F.........,.....Jacksonille
eyR.S ................Miami Octien, L. H .............. Leesburg
W. .................Virginia 0 'Hara, .A. M. ...................... Sneads
unnll D M .............Titusville Glaechea, L. R......... ........ Tampa
Unsn)A.s ...............DeLand Oppenheimer, L. S .............. Tampa
....Uphe, .B., Jr .............. Virginia Oppenheimer, R. H ............. Georgia
.uph, .D ........ St Petersburg Ortega, R. ....................... .Tampa
rr .A ... .......Lake City (Col) Osborne, L. J...... ........ New York
rra B................Georgia Osenbach, W ........... Orlando
urrw, 8..............Apalachicola Osincup, G. S.................. Orlando
ers H U ............West Virginia Overstreet, G. CO................. Lakeland
yer, J W ..............Connecticut Owen, R. W. S .............. St. Petersburg
es, M.J.............. .Daytona Beachi Owens, W. D............... Miami Beach
N P
besL.W ................. Tennessee Page, C. W..................... Chipley
M. ............DeLeon Springs Page, W. C...................... Cocoa
ah;11 C.................Canada Page, W. G.................... Orlando
al. ...............Orlando Palmer, B. H.................... Miami
er, I. ..................... Miami Palmer, H.E ................. Tallahassee
WeR. E ................ Louisiana Palmer, H. G .............. St. Petersburg
M0.N ............... St. Petersburg Panettiere, C ............... Miami Beach
-esoyR.G ................... Tampa Paniello, S8..................... Tampa
ttlsR ............... lerwater Papot, G. E............ West Palm Beach
toL. J..........West Palmeach Park, C. L ....................Sanford
swll C ..................... Miami Park, M. B .................. New Jersey
an. H.,, ...........Bro Parker, J.,A...................... Miami
3, J A.................... Stuart Parker, J. D1..................... Stuart
on R. D................. Ft. Myers Parkinson, W. N........... Pennsylvania
A .S .................... Miami Parks, W. B..................... Starke
hosW.8 ................. Lake City Parmley, L. E.........*........... Texas
olopL. B,................. Alabama Parnell, H. E ................. Everglades
kle M.A..............*.... Clearwater Parramore, J. B............. Jacksonvill~e
oniJ. ................anama City Pasco, J.D .................. Jacksonville
lea R G...............Pensacola Patchen, G. W ................ Melbourne
Wes,,W. D .................. Pensacola Paterson, R. S .................. Alabama
J. .,Jr ............New York Patterson, J. C, ................... Sarasota
S. ..............Jacksonville Patterson, J. P........ Jacksonville (Col.)
ood J.K ...............Jaksonville Patterson, W. A ...........Georgia (Col.)
tte L..........Wet PlmBeash Paulk, G. A .......................Miami
Payne, W. C...,.....,........Pensacola
0 ~Payton, F.J ............... Miami Beach




16 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Addre
Pearce, C. C................... Mulberry Quiliman, F. L............Wjinter Gar~d
Pearce, N. 0................ Minnesota Quina, M. E .................... Pensae
Pearson, H. C ............... Pennsylvania
Pearson, H. L., Jr................. Miami.
Pearson, J. R ..................... Miami Raap, G .......................... i
Pearson, N. T ..................... Miami Raborn, J. D.................... Trent
Pearson, R. J..................... Miami Ragsdale, V. H ................... ir
Pearson, R. J..................... Tamfpa Ramsay, W. D..................Io
Peavy, H. J............... Ft. Lauderdale Randall, F. H ............... Boca Rato
Peek, E.G ........................ Ocala Randall, G. M............ Daytona Beac
Peel, G. T................ South Carolina Randolph, J. H.............. Jacksonvi,
Pender, -M. S................. Everglades Rank, A. T.........................0
Pennington, B. Y............ Lake Wales Rankin, G. 0..................... Tarnp
Pepper, M ....................... Miami Rash, J. 0. W.................... M, M
Peppers, G. S ................... Ft. Pierce Rathibun, G. L.................... Tllin&i
Perdue, J. J................ Miami Beach Ravenel, J. J ............ South Caroliui
Perdue, J. R...................... Miami Rawlings, J. E ............. Daytona Bea
Perez, Mi. A ...................... Tampa Ray, Roy................. West Virgini
Perkins, F. A.............. Massachusetts Rector, L. T..........Kentu
PeknG.B.......asahsts Redding, J .................... Orland
Perkins, H................. Panama City Reed, F. A ........................BEust
Perry, C. L ...................... Miami Reeves, E. E...................... Te1c
Peters, E...............Miami Reiss, G. S ..................... il
Peterson, C.A...... Jacksonville Remington, A. C.............. New Yor
Peyton, H. A........Jacksonville Renshaw, F. G ..........Pensacol
Phillips, K....................... Miami Rentz, L. S................ Coconut Gro
Phillips, L. C .................. Pensacola Rentz, W. C ...................... Mam
Pierpont, J. H................. Pensacola Repass, R. E ................. Miami Beac
Pines, J.A..........Orad Reynolds, J. H................. Live Oa
Pinholeter, J. H........Georgia Rhoden, J. W ..................... Bristo
Pinkham E. W.........Sarasota Rhodes, B. M .................Taflahasse
Pintado, N. C ............... .. Key West Rhodes, T. W .................NewYo
Pittman, J. H ......... West Palm Beach Richards, F ............... JacksovLl
Pittman, J. L., Jr................ Georgia Richardson, G. W .......... Jacksonvi I
Pollock, B................. Miami Beach Richardson, J. C............... New Yor
Pomeroy, W. L.................. Georgia Richardson, J. R ............ Miami Beac
Porro, G......................... Tampa Richardson, SA......Jkovill
Porter, H. W ................. Jacksonville Ricker, S. F ..................... Orland
Porter, J. Y., Jr............... Key West Riley, J. S................ St. Petersbur
Portocarrero, N.A ....... Tampa Rinaman, J. C.................... Miam
Post, WG. Jr........ St. Petersburg Rivers, T. M................. Kissimme
Potter, G. W............... St. Augustine Robak, J. L..................... Georgi
Potthoff, E. W................. Titusville Roberts, E. H .......... Jacksonville Beac
Poucher, A. A............... Wauchula Roberts, S. J .....................iam
Pound, J. H1.......... I...... Chattahoochee Roberts, T. H.................. Lakelan
Powell, J. A* ............ West Palm Beach Roberts, W. C.............. Panama Cit
Prather, B. T ..............St. Petersburg Robertson, J. C .............Chattahoophe
Preston, H. F .............. .....Melrose Robinson, L. F ........Ft. Laudercdh.1
Price, C. J ....................... Alford Robinson, S. M.................. Orland
Price, J. M ..................... Live Obk Rob son, J. N.................... Sanfor7
Puffer, Mf. L ................... Michigan Roche, C. F ................. Miami Beae
Puleston, F ............... Daytona Beach Rogers, A. E ................ Jacksonvill
Puleston, S ................... Sanford Rogers, H. B ..................... Eli
Pumpelly, W. C ................ Ft. Pierce Rogers, M. J............. Daytona Beac
Putman, J. H................... Miami Roge-rs, W. W............... Jacksonvll
Roles, C. L ...................... Georgi
QRollins, C. D................ Jacksonvifl
Quasser, A. B............... Jacksonville Roope, A. P ................ St. Petersbur
Quicksall, J. B............. St. Petersburg Roper, L. E................... Holly-woo




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Address Name A4rm
abooug D. Y ..... ......... Paak Scott, S. RB ............ Ocoee**
2 J ........... lse Scuderi, S. .A ........... C alifornia
oe, J. ....,.. .............. G~eorgia Searle, G. J., Jr.......... ........., Ohi
o~s, E *..............Jacksonville Seebold, J. L ....................LaBelle
th E ... .. ............. M~iamni Beach Seeds, J. B. .................. ... M!iai
a I. W............ S. Petersburg Segrest, R. H ...,.............. Bonifay
Gwe AIL.......,..........Lake Worth Seiler, M. M .......... t yr
letW. M.............. Tampa Selman, G. S................... Sanford
eC. E ................ Jacksonville Seltzer, J3..... .................... Orlando
oie MeK ..,......West Palm Beach' Sengstak, E. P. E .............Mandarin
eoph Co0................ St. Petersburg Seymour, ]D. M .......... Bushnell
T.W .............. Ohio Shackelford, W. Ls ..... West Palm Beach
ssll R E..................... Ocala Shafer, W.W ................ Haines City
tte, ..................... Dfaytona Beach Shahan, J3.................... Alabama
aly .H ................ Grand Ridge Sharp, W. H. H................. DeLaud
aH. A .............. Miami Beach Shaver, E. F............ Tampa
Shaw, E. C...................... Miami
SShaw, J. G................ South Carolina
etyH. R............... St. Petersburg Shelby, E. P..................... Venice
Le .V ............... ..,,Jackonville Shellhouse, L. H................... Ocoee
inyJ.S..................... Tampa Shelton, J. B..................... Dadni
&y S M ................ Tallahassee Sheppard, F. M ................ Pensacola
mpeA. M., Jr.......... Jacksonville Sherman, W. E ............. Winter Haven
plJ ................. Haines City Sherouse, G. W ................ Campville
syW ....................... Miami Shisler J. W.....................WMiami
ce B. HE ................ Plant City Shoemaker, S. A.......... Orlando
ndrsn R............... Jacksonville Sholl, J. R............... St. Petersburg
uk, C. M .............. Jacksonville Sib ert, A. V ............ West Palm Beach
I.F ..................... Georgia Silverman, H. Z............ Miami Beach
pyH H.................... Havana Simeox, L................ St. Petersburg
rjent G E................ Ocala (Col.) Simmons, E. D............. Massachusetts
rvn J ............ Michigan Simmons, H. F............. Pennisylvania
udr, 3. R ........... North Carolina Simmons, S. J., Jr.......... Belle Gra~de
wyrW.B ............... Miami (Col.) Simmons, T. G(............... Auburndale
nJ. J3.................... Tampa Simonson, L. M ............... Lake Alfred
ad2W.Y........... West Palm Beach Simpson, D. J3...........ILakeland (Col.)
es0. F..................... Miami Simpson, H. L ................. Pensacola
e .F...................... Miami Simpson, J. K ............... Jacksonville
e,0. 0 ................... Holly -Hill Simpson, W. T............. Winter Haven
Uri V............... St. Petersburg Sinclair, w. EB................... Orlando
arbrouhC. A ................. Miami Sisler, B3. H ................ Pennsylvania
o~ A............. Coral Gables Sisson, 'S. S ................ Jacksonville
-eff.................. Miami Sistrunk, J. F ....... Ft. Lauderdale (Col.)
eliW. W ........ Ja'cksonvile (Col.) Sistrunk, R. D ................. Dade City
hfly0. F ................... Clewistoii Skaggs, P. T..................... Miami
leritzue, R............Bockledge Skiff, F. S................ Ft. Lauderdale
usF. ............... Jacksonville Slaughter, F. G............. Jackson-Ville
hnus, .............. Jacksonville Slughter, T. K ............... Wildwood
neid r, .....,........ .Jackso nv ille Smiseth, S. P ......... ..... St. Petersburg
el f F .. . . ..J c s n il Sm ithyA w .......... Ja cksonville ( Col.)
ool m ni L R .... ... .... .. arya ndo S mnit h~ B ... . . . . . . . . ... T a mu pa
ott S.D ..............Pensyvaia Smith, C.M......... t.Petersburg (1ol.)




18 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name AddrsSmith, D. F ........................ Esto Stocking, J. T ....... Daytona Beach (,Col)
Smith, D. L.) Jr........... South Carolina Stokes, T. H................... Pensa#olit
Smith, H. D...................... Sanford Stollenwerck, A D ........... Jacksonvll
Smith, H. M ...................... Tampa Stone- A. L ............... ap
Smith, J. A.................. Homestead Stone, V. D......... West Pal Be
Smith, J. A...................... Illinois Stoner, 0. H........... Georgia
Smith, J. R ..................... Georgia Stormont, R. M ......... Missour
Smith, J. S ...................... DeLand Stovall, 'R. H ............... Ft. iLuderdal
Smith, J. W...................... 'Miami Strange, J. L................ Mhc~Itos
Smith, M1. C................... Michigan Strickland, E. E ............ Mount Dora
Smith, M. H...................... Miami Strickland, H. M......... LiveOa
Smith, P. G ........................ Ohio Strickland, J. A............;St. Petersburg
Smith, S. FP..................... Lakeland Stringer, S ....................... Tamp
Smith,' W. H. Y..*..............' *Alabama Strode, R. C................. New Jersey
Smoak, E ........................ Tampa Strong, C. J...................... Miami
Snow, If. 0 *' *... '........Tampa Strong, S. B..................... Georgia
Snow, J. W., Jr................. Alabama Strong, S. M ................... New York
Snyder, J. Wim tupLJ...................Mim Jtup acksonville
Solomon, H. D ............. St. Petersburg Stuart, J. D ...................... Miai
Sory, B. B., Jr........... West Palm Beach Stuart, M. H.............. St. Petersburg
S ory, C. H................ Ft. Lauderdale Stuteville, E .............. New Hampshire
Sory, J. R.................. Lake Worth Stut t s, B. S................... Dunnellon
Spearman, 'M. W............... Lake City Sugg, W. D .................... Bradenton
Spears, B. D..................Wauchula Sullivan, R. R ...........Lakelad
Spell, J. C..........Titusville Sullivay, R. Lb.................. Pensacola
Spencer, J. J.............. St. Augustine Summerlin, J. L ................ Gainesvile.
Spengler, N. l.........Tampa Summers, A. T................... Illinois
Spicer, R. T ...................... Miami Summitt, R. E................ Gainesville
Spiers, W. H.........Orlando Sunday, E. J ............Pensacola (Col.)
Spires, R. B ............. DeFuniak Springs Sutter, L. M................... Lakeland
Spires, W. G .................. Darlington Swift, E. C................. Jackson~ville
Spooner, D. S................... Pahokee
Spoto, J. S ......... ....Tampa T
Sprinkle, D. L..................... Texas Tallman, M. H.................... Miami
Staff ord, A. H................... Orlando Taylor, B. E ...................... Orlando
Staff ord, C. 8 ...................... Tampa Taylor, H. M................ Jacksonville
Stallworth, N. T.................... Jay Taylor, J. E..................... DeLand
Stanford, J. A............. Ft. Lauderdale Taylor, J. W ..................... Tampa
Stanton, G..................... Hastings Taylor, K. P. A....................OCuba
Stapleton, R. A ............... New York Taylor, T. W................... Sarasota
Stapleton, J. Bo.................]3loxham Teasley, G. H.................... Georgia
Stapleton, J. Lb................. Vermont Teeter, E. H................ Jacksonville
Staps, A. E...................... Illinois Terrill, J. W ................. Alabama
Starke, G. H ............... Sanford (Col.) Thach, A. B................... Tennessee
Starke, L. C0................ DeLand (Col.) Thames, J. G ..................... Milton
Stebbins, A. Lb............... Punta Gorda Thames, R ....................... Milton
Steely, J. A................. Punta Gorda Thomas, A. F ............... Massachusetts,
Steen, A. M ...................... Palatka Thomas, D. R.................. Tennessee
Stem, Lb. T...................I. Sarasota Thomas, E. C ..................... Miaml
Stephens, H. A .............Ponce de Leon Thomas, K. C ............. Miami
Stephens, S. E................ Laurel Hill Thomas, M. D.............. Miami Beach
Stern, M........................ DeLand Thomas, R ................. Pennsylvania
Stetson, A. G. C0............... Lakeland Thomas, R. Y. H ............ Jacksonville
Stevens, H. J.................. Titusville Thomas, W. C ................. Gainesville
Stevens, R. E ..................... Sanford Thomas, W. HE ............... Jacksonville
Stevens, W. S,.... ..........Quincy (Col.) Thompson, C. M ........Jacksonvilfle (Col.)
Stewart, J. S., Jr ................. Miami Thompson, D. C' ............. Jacksonville
Stimson, H...............Illinois Thompson, F. E................ Michigan
Stinson, W. M......Jcsnil Thompson, J. A................. Alabama




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&me AdressNameAddress
msoy W R ...........MiCl ea he WVogt, ili F. W .................. Mannciami
orn ,J.I ...............C iaip y Vorie, B ... .. ...... Miami Beach
rp.LE.D..................aeadiWe ,,,.,,,,.,,,lbm
r .................L... Wdales Wna kuA0.......tAgsie
eate,13...............Pe.....yGeoria Waa~s, F. H.........O c ackovil
elkld M ..................... Misoui Walter, H.W .......... St.am eabhr
urstJn L P......... learwates Wafmmck, H...,....,......... Pennecvaiau
y .. ............... Lakeande Walrd,C. AJasovle(o)
W. M......... Avon.Park.arren,..... Perrym
an, ............ asille Waterma, A. H........... Lamnt
berake G.knsJ 0. Jr..............Tamgapakng ............Lebr
kle, B R .............Lak WaesWalkin, A................. ..Agustne
on B M.....................DeTamad Watlace,F.H.....................hiewYr
od, e. ............ewyvrki Wallso,T.H........ ............. kelad
la, .' L' *...**'"*- ...nterfPrk Walt, H. JF.......................Calna
oll, .......................TMpur Watters, P. H .................NameaYor
mliso, ...........Tarpo Warles Watters, W .H...........CocoPenutlGrove
on,~~ MiP.armi...... Lk Watles r, A............. Jacksonville o.
orbet,7 t ..................eTurya Warer, C. W....................IPalatkae
ho, W. C&................Cntuary Wavrer, W. N...................irryi
er ................ckomevteae Waeb, C. C..................ensacWea
S. II ................~.. Umatida Waem, A P ................. Illinestv
avrs XP....................eiaYoi Watki,...r...........We.t...g.nTamp
es W.A................... amKe Watki, W.................... agutne
ble 0.E ................ each Weedo, W. A ...................akieln
usdle T MK ......... NwilYsonk Wetson, A...................aea
vilin J.A ........... Wite PartkJcsovil Week, H. F......................Perrya
elen, ......................BuTip Weks, P.DH................ Newh orkg
ngariuWees, H. V................ TapobSringsWteW.H.......ConuGrv
N, AICE................... ksniale Wttls, N. M ..................Bckoyntoll
ervll, J I.............. entry Weaer, E.................ral G le
ervill ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eike, B. 0 ...................Cnuy WaeWM ..........Vria
P .C ...........Jakonil Webbl,C. C.....................escl
erJ.B ................Bada Webb,JE..P................oraeavie
er J C..................... Mami Webb, ...Jr............ Wet Virgiio
er, W..................Mississipei Wells, W. C .................KAugutin
er, ~ W R. J.....W... Daton Beach Wells, W. AM............... klandl)
er, S. L ,......... ks.... illo Westl, C. 0 ...................Kamsa
L. V........... outJakonvill Wees, H..L.....................Derryud
U 'Weem, T ............... Sebri
z D.................. Mam Weatne, C. H ...........Wintr Garden
L~ ,.....W Welhe, B. 0 .................... Miami
V~Welcnh nt. B..................... Myers




20 Florida State Board of 'Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Name Address Name Addreis
White, A. W ................... Pensacola Wilson, C. H ..................... Baitow
White, B. L......... St. Petersburg Wilson, J. F., Jr................ Lakelan
White, C. B....................... Cocoa Wilson, J.R ...................... GeorgiWhite, D. W................ Miami Beach Wilson,) J. W................. Tallahaagee
White, H. E................ St. Augustine Wilson, M. C...................... Miam
White, J. A................ Tampa (Col.) Wilson, W. P...... .......... Ocala (Col.)
White, J. B............... Daytona Beach Winchester, H.E ............Dunedi
White, R. T ...................... Orlando Winsor, S. A.................... Pompa-n
White, R. P ...................... Milton Winters, A. C................... DeI~and
White, W. C................... Live Odik Winton, M. R.................... Tampa
White, W. J .................. Belle Glade Withers, G. H............... Miami Beach
Whitely, S. L.................... Georgia Witt, 0. C ...................... Arcadia
Whitfield, J. M............. Panama City Wochinski, A.- J ................... Illinois
Whitf ord, G. R.................... Ozona Womack, D. R................. Louisiana
Whitlock, W. E .............. High Springs Wood, A. ................ St. Petersburg
Whitman, F. S ........... West Palm Beach Wood, A. W...................... Miami
Whitten, B. L.................... Miami Wood, E. B............... Daytona Beach
Wilber, A. B................. Palm Beach Wood, G. W ...................... Oxford
Wilcox, 0. R ................ Jacksonville Wood, R. G ..................... St. Cloud
Wilensky, M. C................ Louisiana Wood, S. C..................... Leesburg
Wiley, J. B..................... Alabama Wood, W. L.................... Mt. Dora
Wilhoit, S. E................... .. Quincy Woodard, R. C .............Miami
Wilhoyte, R. E............... Lake Wales Wooden, H. W ............. Orlando (Col)
Wilkinson, A. H............. Jacksonville Woodruff, R. G.............. New Jersey
Wilkinson, B. A ............... Tallahassee Woolsey, B. F............... Jacksonville
Williams, A. G................ Lakewood Wright, B. W................. Calif oriiiL
Williams, C. A............. St. Petersburg Wright, C. B.............. St. Petersburg
Williams, ID. B............ South Carolina Wright, N. A., Jr................fIllinois
Williams, E. L................ Ft. Meade Wright, S. H..................... Miami
Williams, F. EB............. South Dakota Wylie, L. A............... St. 'Petersbuirg
Williams, F. N .................. Michigan Wynn, R. S................. Jacksonville
Williams, J. F................ Monticello
Williams, J. ......... Ft. Myers y
Williams, J. L................ Tallahassee Yarbrough, H. C ................... Miami
Williams, J. W .............. Massachusetts York, J. H... Geora
Williams, R. H.................... Eustis
WiliasR. R............. Tampa (Col.) Youmans, C. P ..................... Miami
Williams, R .........NwYr Youmans, I. C.................... Miami
WiliasR.V..........Ne Yrk Young, C. T................... Plant City
Williams, T. C .................... Georgia young, W. 0................... Chiefland
Williams, W. C., Jr. ..............Georgia YonW ..........CalPit
Williams, W. J................Seville Yug .0.......CnlPi~
Williamson, C. G ...............St. Cloud
Willis H. W................... Kentucky Z
Willis, J. M ..................... Williston Zander, W. F................. Ft. Meade
Willis,' J. N............Georgia Zarick, W. S.............. Indiana
Willis, T. V ..................... Georgia Zediker, A. B................. St. Andrew
Wilson, A. K................ Jacksoniville Ziegler, A. H............... Pennsylvania
Wilson, C. B ..................... Sarasota Zimmerman, M................ New York




Bureau of Vital Statistics 21
Doctors of Medicine
achua: (Alashua) Blountstown: (Calhoun) Century: (Eseambia)
Goode, Jesse Albert Burns, M. Q. Gachet, Necy Lewis
ord: (Jackson) Finlay, David H. Turberville, Joe Ivey
Price, C. J. Gainey, Jewel Guy Turberville, John Samuel
iance: (Jackson) Bloxham: (Leon) Chattahoochee: (Gadsden)
Dowling, J. B. Stapleton, James Bowdoin Beggs, John Miller
tamonte Springs: (Seminole) Boca Grande: (Lee) Clements, Ralph Mayo
Scott, Douglas George Dunst, Carl George Daves, Frank Erwin
tha: (Jackson) Boca Raton: (Palm Beach) Girvin, Howard William
Eldridge, Marion Webster Randall, Floyd Hamilton Howell, Harry Slade
palachicola: (Franklin) Bonifay: (Holmes) Jenkins, Oliver Watkins
Conter, Augustus Eugene Paul, L. H. Pound, James Hannon
Murrow, Joseph S. Segrest, Ralph Hudgens Robertson, James Carter
popka: (Orange) Boynton: (Palm Beach) Rose, Joseph Everett
Chiles, Joseph Haskell Weems, Nat M. Chiefand: (Levy)
McBride, Thomas Elliott Bradenton: (Manatee) Young, William Clement
readia: (DeSoto) Blake, Lowrie Wilson Chipley: (Washington)
Bevis, Henry Powell Brannen, Cecil Davis, Thomas Hartley
Highsmith, G. F. Bryan, Clarence H. MeGeachy, J. 8 t
Kirkpatrick, Chas. Harry Clark, George Townsend Page, Charles Wade
MeSwain, Gordon Henry Field, Charles H. Tiller, Oscar Byron
Witt) C. C. Gates, Hubbard Watson, Francis Marion
archer: (Alachua) Hall, Francis Michael (Col.)
Bishop, Berton M. Harrison, Mac Millar Clearwater: (Pinellas)
uburndale: (Polk) Hollingsworth,,Sam'l Glen Adolphus, Gustavus
Deal, Charles Carson Larrabee, Charles William Black, M. Eldridge
Simmons, Thomas G. McCoy, Thomas S. Bowen, John Thomas
wcilla: (Jefferson) Mason, John Franklin Center, Raymond Hugh
MeLeod, N. W*0Sugg, William Daniel Dickerson, Lucien Brown
von Park: (Highlands) Whitaker, Furman Chairs Groves, Percy Hend
Brewster, Guy Otis Branford: (Suwannee) Guinand, Perey Henry
Chandler, Isaac Wayne Farnell, Perry Cleveland McMullen, Daniel Byrd
McKnight, George Scott Brewster: (Polk) Nettle, Dane
Touchton, Walton C. Harris, Esau Alun Nickle, Millen Alexander
agdad: (Santa Rosa) Bristol: (Liberty) Ruff, Joseph Franklin
Turner, John Bogan Rhoden, J. W.
Shaker: (Okaloosa) Brooksville: (Hernando) Thurston, Leon
Enzor, Justus 0. Coogler, Adrian C. Clermont: (Lake)
aldwin: (Duval) Creekmore, .Cieorge Roberson Hawkins, Alexander S.
Brinson, Peyton A. Harvard, Samuel Carnes Izlar, A. L.
Brinson, William David Bunnell: (Flagler) Clewiston: (Hendry)
artow: (Polk) Carter, Lemuel A. Sehiffli, Oswald F.
Blake, Alfonso W. (ol.) Bushnell: (Sumter) Cocoa: (Brevard) Gilchrist, James Glenn Seymour, David Morton Counts, Noah Tilden Hargrove, Julian Leo Callahan: (Nassau) Kenaston, Thomas C. Hughes, Robert Lee Brewster, W. A. Page, Walter Clayton
Lancaster, Lamar Leo Campville: (Alachua) Scurry, B. C. (Col.)
McMurray, James Willard Sherouse, George W. White, Charles Bell McNeill, Ledge Wynn (Col.) canal Point: (Palm Beach) Coconut Grove: (Dade) Murphy, Chester Homer Young, Wilburn Cogdell Franklin, Grover C.
Newman, Heber Peacock nl)
Carrabelle: (Franklin) Jeffrey, Stewart Lee
Peacock, William Franklin
Busey, John Francis, Jr. Rentz, Lawson S. Wilson, -Cecil Hendry
Dykes, Chapman Watters, William Henry
Bascom: (Jackson)
Bertrem, J. Willie MeFeeters, Richard Bruce Coleman: (-Sumter)
.ay Pines: (Pinellas) Caryville: (Washington) Mitchell, W. E.
Bradford, William Hollis Carter, George Walton Coral Gables: (Dade) elle Glade: (Palm Beach) Cedar Key: (Levy) Amerise, A. Daniel
Buck, William John Turner, James Wilcox Cleveland, Jack Quillian Simmons, Samuel Joseph, Jr. Center Hill: (Sumter) Frobisher, Hamilton B. White, Wilfred Jones Cherry, H. Spurgeon Hewlett, Frank Wilson




22 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Kitchens, F. E. DeFuniak Springs: (Walton) Ft. Lauderdale (Broward)
Melvin, Alexis Merritt McDonald, C. W. 'Blount, Robert Eames
Sehaeffer, Oden Arthur McGuire, John Jett iBrown, Oliver Glinte#
Weiland, Arthur H. McSween, John Campbell, Jr. Carter, Donald Earl'
Crawfordville: (Wakulla) Spires, Ralph Broadus Connor, A. B.
Harper, Joseph A. DeLand: (Volusia) Darrow, Anna A.
Crescent City: (Putnam) Brown, Lu Van Leer Elliston, Leroy Bertram
Ford, Edward White Carter, Emory A. Elliston, Robert L.
Crestview: (Okaloosa) Coleman, Senator Reubene Hendricks, Elliott Miley
Enzor, Olin 0. (Col.) Howard, Richard E.
Enzor, Rhett Ewing Davis, George A. Johnston, John Allen
Webb, Edward Porter Dillard, Thomas Hiram Kennedy, Thomas Simpson
Gross City: (Dixie) Hahn, Theodore Ferdinand, Peavy, Henry Jackson
Anderson, James Martin Jr. Robinson, Leigh Fowler
Munson, Albert S. Sistrunk, James F. (Col.)
Crystal River: (Citrus) Pay, Wilson C. Skiff, Francis 8.
Hudson, Porter James Sharp, NWilliam H. H. Story, Curtis Holt
Moon, William Benjamin Smith, James Stokes Stanford, John A.
Dade City: (Pasco) Starke, Lancaster C. (Col.) Stovall, Rupert Hope
Bourke, John Joseph Stern, Maximilian Ft. Mcoy: (Marion)
Jones, William Wardlaw Taylor, Joseph Enoch Lisk, Perey F.
Sistrunk, Robert Donnie Tribble, Charles Emerson
Dania: (Broward) West, Hugh Carefoot, George H.
Shelton, John Benjamin WinteTs, Allen Charles Lias, SherroA tel
Daxlington: (Walton) DeLeon Springs: (Volusia) Wllis, EhiLay
Spires, W. G. Kaff, Mortimer Hudson Wams William Lae
Davenport: (Polk) Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Z W (Lae)
Beenbort:h (Plk) .Cason, John R., Jr. Ft. Myers: (Lee)
Besenbrush, Peter W* Davis, Kenneth McOaskill Armstrong, Francis iKenney
Daytona Beach:. (Volusia) King, Graham Walton, Jr. Bartleson, fred Durant
Adams, 'Texas Alexander Dover: (Hillsborough) Bostelman, Ernest
(Col.) Lowry, Casper F. Byle, A. S.
Bearce, Herbert W. O'Bannon, Albert Grace, William Henry
Chandler, James Ryan Dunedin: (Pinellas) Harrison, Warren A.
Cheney, Raymond Otto Mease, John Andrew, Jr. Johnson, Marion Franklin
Clemmer, Charles A. Winchester, Harold E. Jones, H. Quillian
Davis, Calvin W. Dunnellon: (Marion) Kehoe, Henry Charles
Davis, Joseph Brown Baskin, James G. Longbrake, Guy A.
Doern, William G. Lytle, Carl Merrick, Charles Gordon
Fogarty, Joseph Norman Stutts, Baldwin S. Newton, Robley Dunglisou
Glatzau, Lewis W. Eau Gallie: (Brevard) Seiler, Minnie Myrtle
Green, George Melbourne -Creel, William Jackson Velasco, Edw. E. (Col)
Groesbeck, F. B. Esto: (Holmes) Whisnant, Baker
Hills, James Seth (Col.) Smith, David Franklin Williams, Jack Kerr
Howe, Raymond Eustis: (Lake) Ft. Odgen: (DeSoto)
Howe, Roy fBowen, Louis R. Aurin, Emil C.
Johnson, Harry Dash Coupland, James Durfey Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie)
Klock, Guy Almeron Hannum, Montgomery M. Benton, Clem Cornelius (Col
Merryday, Harry L. Reed, Francis A. Boothe, Robert Campbell
Miller, Robert Lee Tyre, C. McK. Clark, Haynsworth D.
Myres, M. J. Williams, Rabun Herbert Council, Melton Downie
Puleston, Fred Everglades: (Collier) Glidden, C. H.
Randall, George Merrill Parnell, Henry E. Hardie, Grover 0.
Rawlings, James Emery Pender, Marmaduke Sewell tPeppers, Guy Stewart
Rogers, M. Josie Fairfield: (Marion) Pumpelly, Wm. ollins
Rutter, Joseph Howard Gatrell, Henry Whiddon, Lester Lee
Stocking, John T. (Col.) Fernandina: (Nassau) Pt. White: (Columbia)
Turner, Roy James Bunker, Lyman Lyndon Burns, Joseph Pulaski
Wells, J. Ralston Humphreys, David Granville
White, John Blake Foley: (Taylor) Freeport: (Walton)
Wood, Evans B. Baker, Walter Joseph Huggins, Evana Lewis




Bureau of Vital Statistics 23
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
of (Polk) Hilliard: (Nassau) Day, Gaston
rinehn, Franis Al1ston Fuqua, Cleveland C. Dean, Russell H.
des, Henry Boyleston, Jr. Kennan, AlbertLI Drew, Horace R.
wards, T. M. Holly Hill: (Volusia) Driskell, Simon Eugene
asylle: (Alachua) Sayres, C. 0. Duncan, Chas. Frederick
drew, Edwin Haymond Hollywood: (Broward) (Col.)
lon, James Henry Butler, Bruce Fowler Dux, Henry M.
11, James Maxey Hamner, George P. Dyrenforth, Lucien Young
II, James Maxey, Jr. Harriss, Robert Raines Enneis, F. B.
Pass, Matthew H. MeLaury, Elbert Erwin, Stanley
ore, William T. Roper, Luther Eldridge Field, Thomas Sullivan
akell, Lyman George Homestead: (Dade) Fort, Frank Leslie
odges, James Harrison Eckman, Benj. Franklin Gammon, Julian E.
siter, Wilburn Hartman, Morris David Goggins, John H.
mines, John E., Jr. Smith, James Archer Goodale, Banks H.
others, Fred Tower, John B. Gorman, John Malcolm
rchant, Harry McCreary Illahaw: (Osceola) Greene, Ralph N.
merlin, John Lee Lamb, Lloyd L. Griffin, LeRoy Smith
nmitt, Robert Elmer Inverness: (Citrus) Hanson, Henry
homas, William Clark Dame, George A. Harrell, Osmah Elias
iman, George Clarence Dame, Leland H. Harris, Herrman Hirsch
eville: (Jackson) Jacksonville: (Duval) Hartman, James H.
x, Chester Clyde Adams, George E. Hayes, John William
er, Redden Lee Adams, 'Thomas Shaw Herlong, Mark Boyd
un: (Putnam) Alford, Neil Holden, Gerry R.
ratley, Zannie Auwers, F. J. Holloway, Luther William
Rige: (Jackson) Aykroyd, Wm. Herbert Horne, Hendley Foxworth
als, Charles Howell Baker, Robert M. Hughes, Victor Alexander
bhCove Springs: (Clay) Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Humphries, Homer H.
rde, Samuel James Evan Bayless, William Carl Ira, Gordon Henry
(Cotl) Beckman, George Edwin Ives, Harold Augustus
rganious, Allen P. Betton, George Washington James, Henry Wm. (Col.)
boro: (Gadsden) Black, John Benjamin Jelks, Edward
rdner, Otho Winton Blackmar, Ray Wellborn Keisling, Frederick Carter
il: (Madison) Boone, James Lunsford Kellix, William B. (Col.)
ng, Loomis Perine Borland, James Louden Killinger, Raymond R.
: (Lake) Brillhart, Harry Lester King, Fletcher Gordon
leman, Edward M. Bransford, Lee E. Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee
eVane, William G. Brink, Fritz Albert Kirk, William Wilson
; Hammock: (Levy) Broadbent, Oliver P. Klein, Lawrence A.
mmack, K. R. Brown, Alan DeWitt Knauer, William J.
port: (Pinellas) Brown, Fletcher L. Knight, A. Comer
ringer, Richard Albert C. Brown, Richard L., Jr. (Col.) Krueger, Frederick W. e City: (Polk) Bryant, James Malone -Limbaugh, Louie Mixson
stice, Robert Lee Buckman, Thomas E. Lipscomb, Thomas Herbert
martin, Emmett Edward Campbell, S. Spearing (Col.) Lyerly, James Gilbert
ample, Joseph Richard Carefoot, Evison I. Lyncker, Nicholas
after, William W. Cason, Turner Zeigler McDaniel, Reuben L.
In: (St. Johns) Cauble, Willis B. McEuen, Harry Bernard
ig, Raymond Henry Chapman, Benjamin A. McGinnis, Robert H.
tanton, Gordon Chappell, Frank Vann Mclver, Robert Boyd
: (Gadsden) Chilli, Joseph L. McKenuie, Albert Clarence
p, Harmon H. Christie, Gerard Edward Mabry, Charles Burrows
: (Alachua) Collins, C. C. Maneely, RaymondSwift
oyd, George Matthew Copeland, Silas Morgan Man hoff, B n
:eak (Dade) Copp, Francis Allen Mannin, en
wne, Van Montague Counts, Herbert Walter Manning, William Saunders
Quinn, Leon Hardie Croft, George William M tw A
Springs: (Alachua) Croft, Theodore Gaillaid Jr.
eeks, Percy Dell Cunningham, Lester W. May, Robert Drysdale
ok Wm. Eugene Daniel, Samuel B. (Col.) Means, George Simonton




24 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Mendoza, Carl Clifford Ward, Cassius A. (Col..) Gline, R. L.
Mitchell, 'George Milner Wattles, Frank Merrill Early, Charles Stacey
Mitchell, Johni Henry Wilcox, Clarence Robert Freeman, Grover Cleveland'
Moe, Leonard N. Wilkinson, Albert H. Grilffn, J. D.
Morgan, Thomas Edward Wilson, Alpheus K. Harness, Andrew J.
Morris, Kenneth Alexander Woolsey, Bertram Fred J.ohnson, w. A.J Cl)
Morris, S. A. Wynn, Robert Sylvanus Kinfg, William W-alter
Murphree, Walter Ellis Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Koon, Alpheus C. Norris, Samuel Royall Roberts, Earl H. Leffers, Richard, 6r.
Norwood, John Kirk Jasper: (Hamilton) Lester, John Gamnbill
Oberdorfer, Aaron Zacharias Bruce, John Robert Overstreet, George Olenon
O'Dell, John 0., Jr. Corbett, Joseph H. Roberts, Tenney Hugh
Oetjen, George Frederick -Crouch, Everett C. Simpson, David J. (Col.)
'Owens, John iDoster Jay: (Santa Rosa) Smith, Samuel Frederick
Owens, John H. Stallworth, Nicholas T. Stetson, Alexander G. C.
Parramore, James Buchanan Key West: (Monroe) Sullivan, Raleigh Robert
Pasco, James Denham Basso, Enrique R. Sutter, LeRoy Merwin
Patterson, James P. (Col.) DePoo, Julio Tillis, Wylie L.
Peterson, Claus Alfred Fina, Ricardo Vassar, Thomas Dupree
Peyton, Harry A. Galey, H. C. Vaughn, John W.
Porter, Harry Wray Pintado, Nibo C. Watson, Hlerman
Quasser, Adolph Bernard Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Weed, Walter A.
Randolph, James H. Warren, William Richard Wilson, John F., Jr.
Richards, Ferdinand Kissimmee: (Osceola) Lake Placid: (Highlands)
Richardson, George W. Brinson, Haynes Eide, Alfred Theodore
Richardson, Shaler Arnold Gary, Robert Eugene Lake Wales: (Polk)
Rogers, A. E. Geiger, Hugh St. Clair Epling, Brady Dexter
Rogers, Wieland Walker Lancaster, Wilson Pennington, Byron Y.
Rollins, Clarence David Rivers, Thomas Maximus Tinkler, Bruce Raymond
Ross, William Edson LaBelle: (Hendry) Tomlinson, J. Pitt
Royce, Clayton E. Seeb old,' John Louis Tomlinson, John Pitt, Jr.
Safer, Jacob Victor Weaver, Cleo E. Wilhoyte, Roy Evans
Sample, Adrian Moore, Jr. Lacoochee: (Pasco) Lakewood: (Walton)
Sanderson, Raymond Cannon,' Augustus Bartow Williams, A. G.
Sandusky, Clarence M. McLeod, Thomas Lake Worth: (Palm Beach)
Schell, Warren W. (Col.) Lake Alfred: (Polk) Brantley, Grady H.
Schnauss, Pauntleroy Harris Simonson, Lawrence M. Denison, Raymond Chase.
Schnauss, William R. Lake Butler: (Union) Rowe, Alvah Leo
Schneider, David King, G. R. Seeber Sory, James Robert
Schnell, Frederick E. Maines, John Edge Lamont: (Jefferson)
Sellers, Elijah Thomas Mann, John M. akr ila er
Simpson, James Knox Lake City: (Columbia) alker WPillamHnr
Sisson, Sanf ord S. Anderson, Joseph Gordon Anderson, William Douglas
Slaughter, Frank Gill Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Laurel Hill: (Okaloosa)
Smith, Arthur W. (Col.) Arnold, Laurie James Stephens, Samuel Edward
Stinson, William Miller Bates, Thomas Henry Lawtey: (Bradf ord).
Stollenwerck, Amasa Dorman Bishop, James William Carradine, John Hunter
-Strumpf, Irving John Brown, Edgar F. Leesburg: (Lake)
swif t, Edwin Chester Harkness, Robert B. Holland, Howard Grey
Taylr, Hermon Marshall Ives, Washington MacKey Morrison, Harry Kavanaugh
Teeter, Edmund H. Morris, Neal Oetj en, LeRoy Henry
Thomas, Robert Y. H. Murray, Francis Walkonig, Christian
Thomas, William Howard Arthur (Col.) WoodI Samuel Clifford
Thompson, Cornelius 'Nichols, William S. Lithia: (Hillsborough)
Maurice (Col.) Spearman, Mathew W. Harris, Ernest R.
Thompson, David Chester Lakeland: (Polk) Live Oak: (Suwannee)
Thompson, Thomas C. Bird, Donald Paul Airth, Henry Franklin
Turck, Raymond Custer Bosworth, Joe Marvin, Jr. Anderson, Thomnas S.
Upchurch, Noble Alvin Boulware, James Price, Joshua Marvin
Van Schaick, Harold Dean Richmond, Jr. Reynolds, John Henry
Waas, Frederick J. Clark, Samuel Allen Strickland, Henry M




DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
ite, William Charles Caraker, Charles Tobias Holmes, Albert G. H.
Hawen: (Bay) Carter, Albert Charles Holmes, Roy Jones
07ee, Luke Harvey Casey, Ott Howell, Robert Spencer
any: (Baker) Chambers, Silas Eldridge Hlutson, Thomas W.
aton, Ira L. Chandler, Gail Ellsworth Ingersoll, John Marvin
skett, Edward Wray Chapman, Wm. A. (Col.) Jenkins, Leslie Max
sh: (Marion) Childress, Harold McFerron Johnson, Samuel Hensdale
ange, James Lawson Oleghorn, Charles Dalton (0ol.)
n: (Madison) Conger, George Drew Jones, Edwin Mercer
lock Alonso L. Cooke, Harry Hamilton Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr.
G, George O. Coplan, Milton M. Kay, Milton Boyd
r, C. L. Couric, Edmonson Shorter Keeler, Frank L.
g, Eastaee Cross, William Franklin Kells, Paul
rpe, Eugene D. Davis, Harley Franklin Kemp, Austin James
e: (Jackson) Day, George Hanlon Kennon, Charles L.
needy, Robert L. DeBoe, Michael Price Kershaw, A. J. (Col.)
e: (Manatee) Dees, John Elbert Kinsey, E. T.
easter, Blake DeVilbias, Lydia Allen Koger, Emmett Bascom
)uffee, Toliver M. DeVore, Etta Marshall Laymon, Russell Lowell
(Duval) Dobrin, Max Leavitt, H. A.
gatak, Ernst P. E. Dodge, Percy L. Lefholz, Rothwell
:(Jackson) Donald, Ernest Levin, Alfred G.
zell, Nicholas Albert Dowlen, Otto Shelley Lewis, Taylor
e, Daniel Edward Dunaway, Carl Ellis Light, Samuel D. W.
ges, Genous S. Dunne, Harold Edmund Lithgow, William D.
cinnon, Daniel Angus Elder, Samuel Fletcher Litterer, Ammon Buist
taker, Courtland Daniel Elgin, Lee William Lott, Young Cleveland
(Lafayette) Ellis, William Harrison Lowe, Eugene C.
m, O. F. Farringer, Robert Hirst Lucinian, Joseph H.
rt: (Duval) Faver, Robert M. Lustgarten, Abraham
hwell, George Edgar Fenton, Enoch Raymond Lyell, Robert Oliver
e: (Brevard) Fernandez, Francisco M. McCall, Frederick Wm.
a, Ira Floyd Fitzgerald, Willard Lee McCartney, Johnson N.
,Isaae Morris Flipse, Matthew Jay McClamroch, James Milton
is, laham Kimbell Ford, Robert Benjamin (Col.) MacDonell, Geo. Nowlan
then, George Willis Fox, Harold H. MeGunagle, Joseph E.
se: (Alachua) Frazier, s. M. (Col.) McKenzie, E. Norton
French, Elmo Dial McKenzie, Jack Alexander
(Dade) Gammage, Tom Rogers McKenzie, John Seaborn
n, Omer F. Ghertler, Max McKibben, Wm. Watson
ago, Roger J. Goodson, William M. MeShane, James K.
tin, George Curtis Gowdy, Francis A. Macdonald, John T.
rs, Emerson W. Gowe, Donald F. Manson, Plumer Jacobs
cock, Henry C. Graves, J. Raymond Marsh, Estella Lucille
er, Juel M. Haggard, Wm. Andrew Johnson
er, Leonard Allen Hall, E. J. Martin, Marion Calvin
;en, Glenn D. Hall, John Ewell Matthieu, Joseph
son, Arthur Bernard Hall, Young Lafayette, Jr. Medlin, Willard Buford
Hardie, Dan Eugene Mentzer, Claude Gould
tan, Ludwig F. Harper, Sage Middlebrooks, Violet
ram, Albert J. Harris, Robert Miller Milton, John D.
e, Charles John Hassell, Cecil Starke Moore, T. Earl
geley, Gordon David Hatch, Ernest Bruce Morrow, Frank Richard
k, Nelson M. Heck, Maurice Eby Mosley, Robert Samuel
en, Carroll Thomas Hobbs, Laura Mary Nepr, Ira E.
vn, John Wileox Hodges, John Walter Newell, tp. pU
iner, Earsworth Hodson, Benjamin Franklin Nicqld t4 < I
rockett Hodson, Luther Albion Otto, Thodn'sOf < ,
ard, Clifton Price Holly, Alonzo Potter Burgess Palmer, Bascom Hea o 1 I,
h R. N. ) arker, John A.




26 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Paulk, George A. Bowman, Robert Neale Pearce, Claude Oliford
Pearson, Homer Lee, Jr. Foxworthy, Frank W. Newberry: (Alachua)
Pearson, John Royer Freidus, Elias- Getzen, Samuel Pace
Pearson, Nelson Tinsley Gowdy, Ralph A. New Port Richey (Pasco)
Pearson, Rufus Judson Hanna, Fuad Hilmy Hancock, Wm. Seott, Jr.
Pepper, Max Hotehkiss, Walter Thomson New Smyrna: (Volusia)
Perdue, John Randolph Jenkins, Paul K. Bouchelle, Louis Brown
Perry, Clarence Larimore Jones, Thee Allan Chowning, William C.
Peters, Edgar Linder, William Forster, Davis
Phillips, Kenneth Maxwell, Eugene B. Henry, Hugh W.,
Putman, James Howard Owens, William Duncan Jones, Carroll B.
Raap, Gerard Panettiere, Cayetano McDaniels, George Thomas
Rash, Jack Otway Watkins Payton, Frazier J. (Col.)
Reiss, George S. Perdue, Jean Jones Miller, Benj. Edgar
Rentz, William C. Pollock, Benjamin Miller, Harold Edger
Rinaman, James Curtis Repass, Robert E. Niceville: (Okaloosa)
Roberts, Sam Jennings Richardson, John R. GMcGriff, William Franklin
Rogers, Hunter Beall Roche, Charles Frederic Nichols: (Polk)
Sams, Wiley Mitchell Roth, Edward Lowry, James B.
Sawyer, W. B. (Col.) Ryan, Harold A. Noma: (Holmes)
Sayles, Charles Frederick Silverman, Harry Z. Ramsay, Walter D.
Sayre, Robert Fawcett Thomas, Merrick Dowdell Ocala: (Marion)
Scarborough, Chaffee Aldred Thomson, William Ross Chalker, James LeRoy
Scheffel, Carl Voris, Frank Burkhart Cumming, Richard Cralle
Seeds, John B. Walker, Harrison A. yC.
Shaw, Eugene Clay Walters, Arthur Louis Ferguson, Robert Donald
Shisler, John W. White, D. Ward Futch, T. A. Jr.
Skaggs, Peter Thomas Withers, Gabriel Harold Hughes, R. (Col.)
Smith, Charles Kirby Miami Springs: (Dade) Jones, Nathaniel H. (Col.)
Smith, James Walker Kellogg, John Harvey Lindner, Eaton George
Smith, Marvin H. Norton, Richard Copeland Mitchell-Hampton, Effie
Snyder, John William Micanopy: (Alachua) Carrie (Col.)
Spicer, Robert Thurston Dailey, Ira A. Moore, John Norton
Stewart, Joseph S., Jr. G
Sturn, JCyrus J. Miller Allen H. Russell, Ralph Edward
Stuat, Deer. Sarjeant, George Evans
Tallman, Maurice Henry Milton: (Santa Rosa) (Col.)
Thomas, Edwin Crawford Holley, John Calvert Wallis, Thomas Henry
Thomas, Kelly 0. Melvin, Perry David Watt, Harry Harlin
Thorne,. James I. Thames, James Grimes Wilson, W. P (Col.)
Threlkeld, Major Edgar 'Thames, Rufus Wls "W.P (M o)
Tumlin, Corbett Edward White, Russell P. Ocklawaha: (Marion)
Turner, John Calvin Molino: (Escambia) Martin, Irl E.
Uzell, Vlasta D. Heath, Henry Oliver Ocoee: (Orange)
Vallotton, Joseph Ralph Monticello: (Jefferson) Scott Sam R.
Vinson, Willie Joseph Brinson, John B., Jr. Shellhouse, Luther Harvie
Vogt, Ferdinand A. Glvr ereBoston Okeechobee: (Okeechobee)
Weigkt, arnnd A. Glover, GeorgeBotnOecbe:(kehe)
Weinkle, Barney O. Williams, John Franklin Alsobrook, Blaxham E.
Welch, P. B. Davis, Claude L.
Westermann, Julius Tyndale Moore Haven: (Glades) Lingo, Michael Jones
SWhelchel, Lynn W. Draughn, Duncan M. O1ustee: (Baker)
Whitten, Benj. Leland Dyess, Charles T. Rose Joseph
Wilson, M. C. Morlan, Eldridge Roy ro JOeph
Wood, Arthur Welleslie Mount Dora: (Lake) OrAndeson nlaue
Wright, Scheel Hays Conklin, Raymond 0. Andrews, Laurin Lundy
Yarbrought Ihel cHas Fenn, Harry Todd Andrews, Mitchell M.
a yPi ne Strickland, Edgar Eugene .Beardall, Harold Martin
'foumsatuh Qo IPatenke Wood, Will Lee Boorom, HartleyE.
Miam &Beach: (bt~ade) Mulberry: (Polk)Brame, Dorothy Dillard
!kkkins, Elmer Hall Fuller, Henry Buckmaster, Ory L.
Boughton, Herman Murphy, Hugh K. Buff, Julian Holt




Bureau of Vital Statistics 27
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE.
tler, Paul T. Spooner, D. S. Nobles, William D.
allahan, Jerry B. (Col.) Palatka: (Putnam) Payne, Walter Clifton
alvert, Road N. Drexel, Adolph Edward Phillips, Lawrence C.
happell, John R. Floyd, Hayden G. (Col.) Pierpont, Juriah Harris
hrist, Calvin D. Hosey, John T. Quina, Marion Ernest
ollins, Charles Joseph Johnson, H. A. Renshaw, Frank Gale
aniels, Sam. Homer (Col.) Long, James A., Jr. (Col.) Sheppard, Francis Marion ay, Horace A. Miller, Wesley Sherman Simpson, Horace Lee
Odwards, Gaston Holcombe Rosborough, Dalton Yancy Stokes, Thomas Henry
rmshar, Herman F. Steen, Alexander M. Sullivay, Rosa L.
olsom, Spencer A. Warren, Edmund Walters Sunday, Edw. Julian (Col.)
ord, James Arthur Watkins, Thomas Webb, Carol 0.
Follinger, Charles Collan Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) White, Alvyn Waverly
Gray, Frank Dorsey Cram, George Eversleigh Perrine: (Dade)
wathmey, George Tayloe Dow, Edmund LeRoy Freeman, Mary
Jr. Downs, Augustus Sherman Perry: (Taylor)
Gwynn, Humphrey Wilson Morrison, Charles Carr, Jr. Ellis, John Clement
'ankins, I. Sylvester (Col.) Shackelford, Clarence Watts Greene, Ralph James Harms, Frank Henry Wilber, Arthur Boynton 0 'Quinn, Charles A.
Heitz, John J. Palmetto: (Manatee) Warren, George Hilliard
'offmann, Carl Donnelly Brown, John 0. Weeks, James L.
(ngram, Hollis Carlyle Floyd, Alva Justin Pierce: (Polk)
Ingram, Lawrence C. Panama City: (Bay) Ragsdale, Yelpean H.
Tohnston, Hewitt Adams, Daniel Marvin, Jr. Pinetta: (Madison)
Lynn, Clarence Welton Bird, Terry Kinsey, Junius P.
HcEwan, Duncan Tracy Blackshear, R. D. Plant City: (Hillsborough)
MeEwan, John S. Blackshear, William J. Alsobrook, John Walter
Mallory, Meredith Fraser, Donald Seott Austin, Edgar
ailes, Walter Galliber Lisenby, Amsie Horton Black, Robert C.
Neal, Thomas Albert Middlebrooks, William E. Coleman, John Alexander
Gertel, Henry B. Nixon, James Montgomery Holton, William Joseph
rr, Louis McDonald, Jr* Perkins, Herman Joyner, Oscar Albert (Col.)
Osenbach, William Roberts, William Carmel Knight, John Clarence
Osineup, Gilbert Seymour Whitfield, J. M. Maguire, Thomas Clair
g rady Parrish: (Manatee) Sanchez, Butler Hall
Benes, John Andrew Myers, Nicholas P. Young, Calvin Todd
,dding,, John L. Pol Oity: (Polk)
Kicker, Samuel F. Penney Farms: (Clay) Matthews, W. M.
Robinson, Miles Moore, Johnson M. ma W.nm.
Seltzer, Joseph Pensacola: (Escambia) Pomona: (Putnam)
Shoemaker, Samuel Anise Ames, Allen M. Main, Daniel O.
.inclair, William Ewing Anderson, Warren Edw. Pompano: (Broward)
Spiders, William Henry Bell, John D. McClellan, George S.
Stafford, Arthur Henry Bickerstaff, James Henry Winsor, Sanford A.
Taylor, Byrne E. Born, Charles Allen Ponce De Leon: (Holmes)
Wells, William M. (Col.) Brunson, H. B. Stephens, Hiram Aubrey
White, Roland Thatcher Bryans, Herbert Lee Port Tampa City:
Wooden, H. W. (Col.) Daniels, James Palace (Hillsborough)
eola: (Seminole) Dixon, Albert A. (Col.) Mudge, William H.
Moore, Thomas Grover Fellows, James Hugh
do: (Seminole) Fisher, Luther Calvin, Jr. Punta Gorda: (Charlotte)
Martin, John William Haisfield, Abram Raymond Steelins A .
ord: (Sumter) Haisfield, Harry Benjamin Qteey, JamseA
'Wfod (er) W.Heinberg, Charles Jerome Quincy: (GadCden)
ood, George W. Hoffman, James Mortimer Davis, Julius C.
na: (Pinellas) Kennedy, Sidney Gustavus Godard, Robert Fain
Whitford, Grace Ruare Lischkoff, Mozart A. Mack, Clyde Clifton
okee: (Palm Beach) McLane, J. N. Massey, William Walton
Creel, Charles Edgar Mock, Albert Edward Stevens, William Spencer
Elarbee, George W. Nobles, Robert Green .(Col.)
Hazen. Olen B. Nobles, Velpeau Robert Wilhoit, Sterling E.




28 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Raiford: (Union) Langley, Francis Howard Sarasota: (Sarasota)
Cobb, Alva Thomas, Jr. LeBreton, Prescott Burgner, Benjamin H.
River Junction: (Gadsden) Leith, Richard Bliss Burgner, Blanche A.
Barnes, Benjamin F. Lingo, William Bernard Cribbins, Orville H.
Rockledge: (Brevard) Lochner, George Mitchell (Halton, Joseph
Schlernitzauer, Robert Lustig, Emil Morton, Arthur Osear
St. Andrew: (Bay) McClane, Frank Elmer Patterson, John Clyatt
Zediker, Arthur B. McConnell, Whitman Pinkham, Edward Warwick
St. Augustine (St. Johns) Carlisle Schultz, Frederick W.
Bennett, John L. MacCordy, Earl Cunningham Stem, Leon Thaybr
Britt, Reddin McQueen, Archibald Buxton Taylor, Thomas Walter
Estes, Edgar Stuart Marr, Norval Mason Wilson, Oullen B.
Grace, Charles Clyde Melville, Edmond John Scanlon: (Taylor)
Guy, Walter Bryant Miller, George Edmund 'Bryan, William H.
Harris, Robert Dozier Mills, Alvin Lee Sebastian: (Indian River)
Lindsley, Horace Moeller, Maximilian W. Rose, David
Lockwood, Vernon A. Moore, Thomas Frank Sebring: (Highlands)
Nuzum, Russell Kraft, Jr. Murphy, Ralph Dollahan Martin, Leldon Wails
Potter, George Walter Nelson, Orville N. Weems, Howard Vincent
Spencer, Jacob John O'Brien, Raymond Keith Seville: (Volusia)
Walkup, A. Clark Owen, R. Wynn S. Williams, W. J.
Webb, Walter Duval Palmer, Harrison Gregory Shamrock: (Dixie)
White, Herbert Eugene Post, William Glenn, Jr. Martin, Stanley Thomas
St. Cloud: (Osceola) Prather, Benton T. Sneads: (Jackson)
Ohunn, Judson David Quicksall, John Braden O'Hara, Andrew M.
Dodds, William Henry Riley, Joe Shelby Sopchoppy: (Wakulla)
Williamson, Carolyn Gay Roope, A. P. Bullard, William Pafford
Wood, Robert Garland Roush, Franklin Winbert Kemp, Malcolm T.
St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Rudolph, Councill C. South Jacksonville: (Duval)
Anderson, Arnold S. Sackett, Harry R. Lamb, Robert J.
Anderson, Clyde Oscar Sbordi, Henry V. McNamar, W. D.
Anderson, James M. Sholl, James Rex Tyler, Lockland Vance
Bieker, Annette Mebane Simeox, Lawrence Veal, Ernest Whitney
Bieker, Arthur Joseph Smiseth, Selmer P. South Miami: (Dade)
Cooper, John Hightower Smith, Clarence Matthew Grimes, Dewey Herbert
Davis, James Ernest (001.) Starke: (Bradford)
Davis, William M. Solomon, Henry Doyle .
Dawson, Stephen A. Strickland, Jesse Armed Biggs, Erle Leslie
Dieks, Reid E. Stuart, Martin Hardin Bratee, For Ges
Echard, Thomas B. Wade, Hugh Wesley Jie, Way lirm E
Farber, Charles Kramer White, Benjamin Lewis Pide, W llir B.
Farber, William Polk Williams, Carl Alonzo Parks, Walker B.
Feaster, Orion Otis Wood, Alvin James Stuart: (Martin)
Frederick, Albert Roland Wright, Claude Bernard Burns, Van William
Funk, Neil E. Wylie, LeRoy Allen Eurit, Floyd Burner
Gable, Linwood Malone San Antonio: (Pasco) Morris, James Stewart
Gable, Nonie Wilson Bradshaw, John T. Newnham, John Alfred
Gable, Nonie Worth Sanford: (Seminole) Parker, Julian David
Green, Thaddeus Hall Denton, John Thomas Tallahassee: (Leon)
Greer, Martin G. N. Heitz, A. W. Ausley, Charles Merritt
Griffin, Thos. R. Knox, Arthur Wesley Baker, Wilmoth H. (Col.)
Hardenbergh, John A. Langley, William Theodore Bate, James Robert (Col.)
Hebard, Charles E. Mitchell, Clifford Morgan Brevard, Ephriam Mays
Heibner, Eugene Albert Park, Charles Lanier Campbell, Alpha Omega
Herring, John A. Puleston, Samuel (Col.)
Horne, Lester W. Robson, James N. 0laxton, William Allan
Hudson, Arthur T. Selman, Guy 'Stokely Dozier, Laurie Lester
Jennings, Frank S. Smith, Henry Damon Foote, L. H. B. (Col.)
Knowlton, Roscoe Hosmer Starke, Geo. Henry (Col.) Graves, Leander Johnson
Kumm, Frederick Fayne Stevens, Ralph Edwin Gwynn, George H., Jr.
Lambdin, Ludlow Tolar, Julian Nolley Johnston, John K.




DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
enadrick, Odis Gilben Francis, Frank D. Portocarrero, Nestor A.
Ileolore, Herbert A. Garcia, Parsons Manuel Rankin, Grover 0leveland
oor, Frederick Olifton Gilbert, Elsie Martinson Rowlett, William Monroe
aliner, Henry Edwards Gilmer, Eugene Stanford Sainz, Juan Silverio
hodes, Brisey Milton Glass, Rosece Eugene Saxton, Jesse J.
Valley, Samuel Marion Gonzalez, Aurelio Andres Scolaro, Joseph Domenieo
Wilkinson, Benjamin A. Gonzalez, Leo Oao Shaver, Edward Franklin
Williams, John L. Grable, James Stuart Smith, Burdette
Wilson, James W. Grantham, James Mullins Smith, H. Mason
a: (Hillsborough) Grimal, Angel S. Smoak, Edward
Ldamson, William P. Gyland, Stephen P. Snow, Henry Oscar
Allen, Bundy Halton, Jack Spengler, Nathaniel L.
tree, Rowland Francis Hampton, Ham S. Spoto, Joseph Salvatore
Alvarez, Ysmael Angulo Hardy, George Edward Stafford, Charles S.
Adrews, Chadbourne A. Webb, Jr. Stone, Alvord L.
Archie, Edw. Osear (Col.) Helms, John Sullivan, Jr. Stringer, Sheldon Barker, Frank Talmage Henderson, Rob 't Preston Taylor, Joseph W.
Bartlett, Charles W. Higgins, Allen Pitch Tison, Burnett Maxey Bergman, Sam Holloway, E. W. Torbett, Ralph S.
Bidwell, Alfred Morrell Hopkins, William B. Trelles, Jorge A.
Ilitzer, Emory West Jefferson, Rollin Truelsen, Thomas
Blackmon, Heyward Jas. Jensen, Henry Jack Vaughan, Cecil
Blake, William Campbell Jobson, Alex Metteauer Watkins, John Overbey, Jr.
oling, John Radford Charles Weekley, Augustine S.
Battari, Giulio Cesare Johnson, G. W. P. (Col.) White, Jacob Augustus
Bradshaw, Virgil Marlow Johnson, Samuel Edward (Col.)
onstein, Emmanuel (Ool.) Williams, R. Reche (Col.)
Brown, Harold Ogden Knauf, Arthur Raymond Winton, Mack R.
natillo, Adrian Ramon Lake, Esley Taylor Tangerine: (Orange)
utehart, T. R. Lassman, George A. Lust, Benedict
camera, Antonino Valentino Lentjes, Frederick "ameron, Pay A. Lowry, Blackburn W. Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas)
arlton, Leland F. McClosky, B. Martin Albaugh, Andrew P.
Chandler, Julian C. McEachern, J. R. Belcher, I. J.
mnt Walter Bertram 1Waner, George Ralph Burnette, Paul Gecil, Jr.
V-ok George Lindsay Marcus, Nathan L. Douglass, J. E.
Cook Henry M. Marney, Charles R. Gavin, Claudius A.
Costa, Frank John Martin, Douglas D. Tsangaris, Theodore
Coward James Taylor Martorell, Abelardo Tavares: (Lake)
Crum,James Wilhite Mas, Juan Amado Colley, Sanford C.
angels, Benjamin A. Megna, Jerome Anth'ony Titusville: (Brevard)
)eArmas, Chas. Robert Meighen, Douglas Gordon Adams, Dallas Hilliard
Del Sol, Luis Garcia Metzger, Frank C. Munnell, Daniel M.
Dickerson, R. Johnson Mills, Herbert R. Potthoff, Ernest W.
Dickerson, Stephen Boyer Mills, John Herman Spell, James C.
Dickinson, Joshua Clifton Milton, Philip Elington Stevens, Herbert J.
Dominguez, Jose A. Mitchell, Lucien B. Trenton: (Gilebrist)
Draper, Arthur Derby Mols, Edith Paula Adams, Clayton Alton, Jr.
'uke, Ronexe Renfro Moore, John Terrell Aams, Con t J
Sunean, William Peyton Myers, Wade Cooper Raborn, John D.
yer, Walter Harmon Nelson, Robert Goree Umatill: (Lake) Efird, Lester Julian Olaechea, Luis Rey Ashton, Wilbur Lee
ly, Revel A. Oppenheimer, Louis Sims Toy, Samuel Holt
Etheredge, Shuler Hardin Ortega, Rafael Venice: (Sarasota)
Faver, Henry Merrell Paniello, Santiago Albee, Fred Houdlett
Perlite, Americo James Pate, Julien Carey Hoskins, William Hume
Ferrante, Gaetano C. Patterson, William Shelby, Edmund Pendleton
Filbert, Charles Edward Pearson, Richard J. Vernon: (Washington)
Forbes, Sherman B. Perez, Manuel A. Dalton, Bailey W.
Foster. John Cantzon Porrn, Gustavo Dawkins, N. J.




30 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Vero Beach: (Indian River) Wimauma: (Hillsborough) Brann, Harold Welch
Hardee, E. B. Harris, John Henry Furnish, Richard Douglas
Harrell, George L. Winter Garden: (Orange) Iekstadt, Albert, Jr.
Kollar, Joseph B. Davis, James Abraham Lynn, Isaac Wesley
McClellan, P. T. Lawrence, Everton Jay Moodie, Bazil M.
Wauchula: (Hardee) Lawson, Ben Hill Scuderi, Samuel A
Kayton, Merle Clyde Quillman, Frank L. Thorpe, Franklyn
Peacock, Wendell Hunt Wheatley, Claude I. Walter, Frederick J.
Poucher, Allen Alfred Winter Haven: (Polk) Wright, Burnett W.
Spears, Ben D. Alexander, Omer R. Colorado:
West Palm Beach: (Palm Bond, Benjamin Joseph Campbell, Daniel urrie.
Beach) Crump, James E. Coneccut:
Arnold, Wilbur Ogden Gilbert, Robert Ernest Myers, John W.
Baldwin, R. Henry Hilborn, Robert Ross Waifensmith, Jacob W
Binkley, John Frey Horton, Waldo
Blair, William, M. Irons, Frank Ernest Delaware:
Cooley, Roy Oscar Sherman, William Eurasti Howell, Harrison
Dawson, George Millard Simpson, W. T. Worthington
Dyett, J. H. Russell (Col.) Winter Park: (Orange) Georgia: Edwards, George R. L. (Ool.) Burks, B. Auxford Anderson, Emmett Bernard
Fleming, Samuel Ward Coffin, Charles E. Anderson, James J.
Gardner, William Holmes Gardner, Julian Forrest Andrews, Chas. Reneai, Jr.
George, William Wellington Hart, Ruth 8* Avera, J. B.
Gerlach, Henry P. Hotard, Roland Frank Bell, Kenneth Rush
Gill, Richard S. McGugan, Arthur Boynton, Charles-Edward, Jr
Halliday, John Morton, B. Rosalie Slaughter Bramlitt, Chas. Henry
Heath, Guy W. Trovillion, J. A. Brantley, John Q.
Henry, Gordon Fuller Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Brown, Randall G.
Herpel, Frederick K. Mills, David Arthur Busey, Thomas Jesse
Jackson, Noah Zolfo Springs: (Hardee) Bush, John
Jefferson, T. LeRoy (Col.) Alexander, Morris James Combs, James Andrew'
Johnson, Vesey Marklin Alabama: Crozier, Gordon Turner
Lewis, Gaylord Alison, James F. Curtis, Walker Lewis
Miller, Alice R. Baugh, Wendell P. Ellis, Samuel B.
Netto, Lloyd Joseph Burkett, W. T. Farmer, Myron Hall
Nowling, James Cleveland Caldwell, Herbert Findley, Cleveland Ward
Nutter, William Lawrence Dodson, Mayhew W. Floyd, Earl
Papot, Grace Elliott Drennen, W. Earle Fort, Arthur G.
Pittman, James Hardy Garrard, Hollis Franklin Freeman, Alexander
Powell, Jay Allen Grimes, Ormond Ralph Rutherford
Rozier, Lauchlin McKinnon Hall, Frank Marion Garner, John Elmo
Sayad, William Yohannan Hinton, Andrew Hill Gheesling, Goodwin
Shackelford, W. Lawson Holley, John F. Griffith, Daniel Henry
Sibert, Aldo Vernon Long, John P. Hallum, Alton Venson
Sory, Bailey Brown, Jr. Maxwell, Walter John Hanson, Karl Boyles
Stone, Vale D. McGrath, W. E. Hester, Marion Wilsi
Van Landingham, W. E. Nicholson, L. B. Hogan, Ceil Malcolm
Vickers, Thomas Roudolf Paterson, Russell Stephen Hubert, Marion Albon
(Col.) FShahan, John Hunter, Isaac Harry
Whitman, Frank S. Smith, Walton H. Y. Hutchings, Ernest Hughes
Wewahitchka: (Gulf) Snow, John Wesley, Jr. Jenkins, Hughes Brantley
Meriwether, Thos. Terrill, James W. Keiser, John M.
White Springs: (Hamilton) Thompson, John Andrew Lennard, Oscar Dean
Barnett, Ross Augustus Walker, Henry Moody McMath, William Bates
Cone, Daniel Newnan Wiley, James Bayse Massenburg, George Y.
Wildwood: (Sumter) Arizona: Mayher, W. E., Jr.
Albritton, Andrew B. Biddle, Percy Dake Mitchell, William S.
Slaughter, Thomas K. California: Moon, Pleasant Leonidas,
Williston: (Levy) Ashley, Kennerley Comstock Jr.
Turner, Smith Lanier Branch, Charles Henry Moses, Harry
Willis, Jesse M. Hardin, Jr. Murray, Oscar Beryl




Bureau of Vital Statistics 31
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
nheimer, Russell Henry Kansas: Downing, Samuel Wm.
street, Edward Jennings West, Charles Omer Gerstner,-David
person, Willard A. (Col.) Kentucky: Hughes, Tolbert W.
holater, J. H. Beauchamp, Paul Kemp, Thomas J.
Ian, James Lee, Jr. Folsom, Charles Walter Martin, Clarence
eroy, W. L. Graves, Guthrie Yoehlee Stormont, Riley M.
sk, John Lawrence Graves, Lattie Tolle, Robert Leander
s, Charles Leon Hardman, William Wallace New Hampshire:
, John Rudolph 'Hemphill, Stuart Price McGregor, George Gleason
p, Eli Franklin Meredith, Hubert M. 'Stuteville, Ethel
ggs, Samuel Andrew Rector, Lee Thornton New Jersey:
th, John Raymond Rowland, Seymour Hopper Dodd, William Earle
er, Cyrus H. Wells, William C. Kupper, William H.
og, Samuel Benjamin Willis, Hillard Woode McCallum, Arthur S.
sley, Gerald Haynes Louisiana: Park, Manasseh Benjamin
eake, Bruce Brady, Henry A. Smith, Clyde Francis
>erlake, Gideon Baskette 0lark, William B. Strode, Robert Caldwell
tely, Seals L. Lilly, George D. Woodruff, Ralph Galloway
iams, Thomas Conrad McClure, John Gilkeson New Mexico:
iams, William Chas. Merendino, Domenico Elliott, Loren Ferrell
. Nelken, Bernard Earl Wells, John Sam, Jr.
is, Jesse Neal Wilensky, M. C. New York:
is, Tom Vann Womack, David Ray Anderson, James Loomis
lson, J. R. 1iaine: Baldwin, Donald Morrison
k, Jesse Hardman Arms, B. L. Bauer, Louis Hopewell
Barker, Nat. B. T. Blankinship, Rex
Maryland: Browne, R. W.
Burke, Allan Brush, Samuel Pierson
g: Ebert, John William Chapin, J. Paul
ol Dallas Bethi Lehnert, Ernest C. Charlton, Herbert Richard
lson, Carl Wilhelm Schoolman, Louis Robert Clarholm, Victor
rdkoff, Moses Austin Massachusetts: Cowell, Edward Huntington
>tt, Charles Addison Bernier, Leo Joseph Ourrence, John D.
n, Matt Howard, Allen R. Feld, Nathan
en, Harold Miller Odeneal, Thomas H. Ferguson, John Angus
firin, Frederick Perkins, Franklin A. Johnson, Albert Bernard
hilander Perkins, George Edward Kellner, Frank Everts
fin, James Burnie Simmons, Eugene Douglas MeRae, Alexander John
l, William Alva Thomas, Abraham Fifield Massaro, Alfonso Ferraro
altine, Burton Williams, John W. Mayhew, Royal Harrison
ison, ilas Curtis Michigan: Norris, Johnnie Andrew, Jr.
thell, Earl fick Fraser, Robert Howard Osborne, LeRoy Jakway
gan, William Edward Hart, Dean W. Remington, Alvah C.
ara, Fred Summa Kemp, William M. Rhodes, Thomas Whitson
Ibun, Geo. Lawrence Myers, Dean Wentworth Richardson, James
h, Joseph A. Puffer, Mairice L. Covington
tps, Alfred E. :Sarven, James David Stapleton, Edward A.
sSmith, Milton C. Strong, Samuel Meredith
mers, Albert Tower Thompson, Fred E. Travers, Milton Paul
erman, Alonzo Higbee Williams, Frederic Nathaniel Trousdale, Theo. McKee
hinski, Aloysius Joseph linnesota: Vail, Leroy B.
ht, Nelson Amos, Jr. Edwards, Thomas Jefferson Wallace, Henry Henry, Clifford Elmore Watters, Preston Hepburn
Pearce, Naboth Osborne Williams, Robert Vincent
ing, Claude Filmore IMississippi: Zimmerman, Maurice
ne, Lorin Arthur Field, Samuel Eugene North Carolina:
uron, J. F.an Otis L. An1rews, E. D.
welll, Walter Vandiviere, Stuart Pitner Chiles, George Glasgow
SS.Missouri: Evans, George Harrison
Bailey, Fred Warren (Col.)
rf George W. Demko, Frank Griffin, Harold W.




32 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF MEDICINE
Hart, Oliver James Scott, Stuart Donald Martin, Leon Herbert
Hoffman, Clifford Wm. Simmons, Harry Frank Parmley, Lee Edward
Kirby, Wm. Leslie Sisler, Bruce Hunter Reeves, Ernest Edwin
Lancaster, William Jesse Thomas, Russell Sprinkle, Davis Lee
Mallett, Eugene Pierre Todd, De Villo Otis Utah:
Miller, John Floyd Wammock, Hoke Hayward, J. C.
Moorefield, Jones Leftwich Ziegler, Alfred Henry Vermont:
Saunders, John Rudolph Rhode Island: Bates, George L.,
North Dakota: Aulls, Ernest Carlisle Genge, Victor P.
Larson, Ernest John Dey, Walter Pettus Ilderton, John Allan
Ohio: Myers, Edward Louis Stapleton, John Lawson
Biddle, James K.
Brungard, Otis Daniel South Carolina: Virginia:
Driscoll, Frederick James Anderson, Ruskin Gregory Haynsworth, Josiah Edgar Ferris, Frank F. Andrews, Charles Herman 1\ason, R. L.
Hendrickson, Floyd Chester Brunson, Joseph E. Moss, William Hosia
Hoffing, Charles A., Jr. Glennan, Thomas Luke Murphey, David Rhodin, Jr
Klussman, Henry A. Peel, George Talbot Weaver, William Niebuhr
Langan, Paul Conway Ravenel, James Jervey Washington:
McCleary, Joseph Roy Shaw, James Graham Elder, John W.
Rank, Auldy Theodore Smith, D. Lesesne, Jr. Washington, D. C.
Rush, Thomas William Vincent, Charles P. Alexander, Guy Levis
Searle, George J., Jr. Williams, Daniel B. Knowlton, H. A.
Smith, Parke Gillespie South Dakota: Marshall, Louis Richard
Oklahoma: Williams, F. E. Vaughn, Robert J.
Cleverdon, Lawrence A. Wilias, West Virginia:
Hubbard, John Clarence Tennessee: Cullipher, Edward W.
McKinley, Frank James Bevis, William Marion Ferrell, Ashby David
Pennsylvania: Brewer, William Ausborn Gerlach, Earl B.
Aber, Albert H. Brown, Andrew George Leu, Raymond Hansford
Beals, C. W. Brown, Emmett E. Myers, Hu Crim
Bucknell, Howard Carpenter, George K. Ray, Roy
Burnett, Wilbur Emory Duffin, Charles Edward Webb, Roy Lee
Drieling, Arthur W. Erwin, Archie Lewis Wisconsin:
Edmundson, Frank B. Gilbert, J. Thomas, Jr. Ball, Elmer J.
Fleming, James Carlisle Hasty, Frederick Emerson Blanchard, Hubert H.Foy, Eugene Thomas Hughes, Nathan Asbury Leach, Milford Arthur
Gamble, Robert B. McCrary, Roy Clayton Africa:
Izlar, William Henry Maloney, Robert Lee Hughlett, William Smith
Jaquish, Charles Joseph Martinson, M. M. Canada:
Jenny, Thomas Gotthart Moore, Alfred Nash, Harold C.
Keezel, Joseph Otto Nabers, Luke Waldrep Central America:
Klussman, Richard Mansfield Thach, Andrew Blaine Corrigan, Frank P.
Ley, Charles A. Thomas, Daniel Rees Cuba:
Lowenburg, Harry Texas: Taylor, Kempton Potter
McCormick, William M. Boccelato, Salvador Leon Aiken
Parkinson, William N. Carter, John Hardin South America:
Pearson, Homer Colquitt Dunn, Jos. 0. Fourcher, Kenneth R.




Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927
ANACT to Require th-e Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopats, hiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practicing the Medcaland/or Material Hlealing Art in the State of Florida; to provide Fees forthesame and Penalties for Violation, BE IT ACTED BY THE LEG~ISLATUJRE OF THE STATE OF
FLORIA:
SETON 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 resies or in which such practice is intended to be carried on with the
nmresidenee, place and date of birth of the licensee and the source, number an dte -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 anm affidavit of the above f acts 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 f or 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.
erat~es registered by him.
S7ECTION 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
eahyear, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certifiae of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary
andshall pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar.
SIECTION 3. That every person in making his first registration hereunder, shiall write or cause to be written upon the application blank so furnished by
teSecretary of th Sate Board of Health, his full name, postoffice and residneaddress, the date -and number of his license and such other facts for the idetification of the applicant as a licensed practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authrzd to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the
Scetary 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 applicainbe under oath.
SSECTION 4. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before October Is f each year after the first registration -shall mail or cause to be mailed to eac person so registered a blank form of application for registratin add1resed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The fomof suhapplication shall be such as to contain space for the insertion by
'teappiat of the information required by the provisions of this Act.
SECTION5. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to
any ulylicensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and othes dl icene by any State Board to practice the medical and/or materalheling art upon his application theref or, in accordance with the provison hreof, a Certifct of Registration under the seal of the Board for
theyer nsungan ending December 31st.




34 Florida State Board of Hiealth
SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder
shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times.
SECTION 7. iAny 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 ($50.0,0)
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.
Offiicial Opinions of the 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 registraticiti of all physicians, surgeons, osteopaths, chiropractors, 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 f or violation."I
'There is nothing in either the title or the body -of this Act which cailb~
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-RESIDE NTS
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 iff 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.




LICENEREORDE COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING*
SecionI o SeateBil No. 75, approved Mtay 28th, 1927, provides:
"htfrom and after the passage of this Act every
liese to practice shall before the licensee begins to pracicethereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose
in the -office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County in whih he resides or in which such practice is intended to
be carried~ on * *,I
Iis apparent from this provision, taken in connection with other provisonsof the Act, that if a physician has his license recorded in the County inwhich he resides and intends to practice, it is necessary to have said licnserecordled i~n another CJounty whenever he moves from one part of the Saeto~ another, or changes his abode from one part of the State to another, as he awrequires that the lienese be recorded in the County 'in which such pracice s intended to be carried on."
OPINION No. 21
REGISTRATION: DENTISTS PODIATRISTS
Chater12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practic meicie, osteopathy, clhiropracties, naturopathy, midwifery and every other meal and/or I am of the opinion that the wo-rds "every other medical and/or material methd o the practice of the healing art,"I as used in this Act are words of genralim~port which are limited by th~e specification of the particular words theetoore used and that the principle of iioscitur a sociis or ejus idem ge-neris appliesad limits the general words to the same class -of things as are covered by thspeific words.
Ishrt, podiatrists would. be required to register as their practice is kinredand similar to the practice of medicine but is limited to a specific porionof the -huiman body.
Detss on the other hand, can hardly be called practitioners of the same kin ofcience as ordinary doctors, and, therefore, I think that they are ex-cluedunlss., of course, the practice of dentistry is held to embrace the right to gve4reatmenits for human ilm~~ients due to correction of dental deficiencies. As unerstand the same, some -dentists do this and some dentists do not. It is possible that there might be a distinction between the practice of detsry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, if the license of the entst authorizes and the practice of his science embraces a certain degree of srgey ad therapeutic treatment such as would ordinarily be administered bya physician, a dentist would be as much within the requirement to register as ould the podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by a onideration of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regulainpf the Dental Board and the laws of Florida.
OPINION No. 22
RISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS
Secio 2of Chapter 12005 requires all persons engaged in the practice of
natropthytoregister with the State Board of Health. Section 1 of Chapter 12281 Ats f 127, provides f or the licensing of naturopaths. 'The practice of natropthyisdefitned as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem to nclde rofssonal masseurs, wyhichi practitioner would fall und-er the classificaionof hos enaged in the practice of material health science used to aid n th purfyin eansin~g and normalizing of the human tissues for the presrvatof, andrestor~ation of health.
Construing ths w astgter it would appear that persons engaged in he raciceof leetrotherapuis~ as well as professional masseurs are engage inthepraciceof atuopathy and are, therefore, required to register




36 Florida State Board of Health
OFFICIAL OPINIONS
OPINION No. 23
REGISTRATION: ELEOTRO-THERAPEUTISTS PROFESSIONAL MAJSSEURS
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 \Xight 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.
Of cou rse, if the Naturopathic Board of Examiners has not issued any
license to electro-therapeutists and professional masseurs the provisions of Chapter 1~2005, Laws of Florida, requiring them to register certi-ficates 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 certi-ficate 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 practitinrfrom complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for unlawful practice in the future.
I am, therefore, 'of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register
hor 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 the 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 -COM-BTN-ED 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 mot~e
than one time with the Bureau although there are two separate statutes which
require such registration.




Compled eneal Laws of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XVII
Physicians
44 Board; qualifcation.-A hoard is hereby established to be known by the ame and style of the State board of medical examiners; said board .shllbecomposed of ten practicing physicians of integrity and ability, who shllb residents of and duly licensed to practice medicine in this State, and woshall have graduated from reputable medical schools and have been engaged inthe active practice of their profession within this State for at least a peio o~f five years, but none of them shall be connected in any way with any medcalcollege;~ said board shall perform such duties and possess and exercise sh powers relative to the protection of the public health and the control and regulation of the practice of medicine in the State as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred upon it. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, 2.)
3405. Bo The successor of each member shall be an appointee in the same manner.
Said members shall be so classified by the Governor that the term of office of two shall expire in one, three in two, two in three and three in f our years from the date of appointment. Annually thereafter the Governor shall appoint two members, each of whom, shall serve a term of four years, and these appointments shall be made so as to preserve the original ratio of allopath, eclectics and homeopathics respectively. The Governor shall have
pwrto remove from office members of the board for neglect of duty reqied by this Chapter for incompetency or for unprofessional conduct. Any
vcny which may occur in said board in consequence of death, resignation, remaoval from the 'State or from other cause shall be filled for the unexpired
temby the 'Governor in the same manner. A majority of the board shall
cntitute a quorum. (Id. 3.)
~3406. Members; oath of offce.-Immediately and before entering upon the duties of said office the members of the board shall take the constitutional oath of office and shall file the same in the office of the Secretary of State; and there shall thereupon issue to- him a certificate of his appointment. (I1d. 4.)
3407. Organiization; mneetin~gs.-Immediately after the appointment and quialificeation of said members, said board shall meet and organize. 'Said board shall elect a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer from its membership. The office of secretary and treasurer may be held by one person. 1l salaries shall be fixed and paid by the board. All expenses of the board shl be paid out of funds collected by the board, and the remainder divided really among the members of the board. iSaid board shall hold two regular meetings each year, one in June and one in November at some convenient place in the State and on such date as the 'board may select, of which meetings notice shall be given by publication thereof onca week for four successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the 'State. 'Special or call meetings may be held at the discretion afxdto all lienses issued by it. The board shall from time to time adopt
suhrules an~d regulations as it may deem necessary for the performance of its duties, and shall examine and pass upon the qualifications of applicants for the practice of medicine in this State as herein provided. (Oh. 8415, Acts1921, 5; Ch. 12285, Acts< 1927, 1.)
38. Application for license; admission to examination.-Any person
wisingto obtain the right to practice medicine in this State, who has not




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heretofore been registered or licensed so to do, shall, before it shall be h'awful for him to practice medicine in this State make application to the board uponi such form and in such manner as shall be adopted and prescribed'4by theboard and obtain a license from the board so to do. Unless such person shoa have obtained a license as aforesaid,, it shall be unlawful for him to practice medicine in this State, and if he shall practice medicine in this State without first having obtained a license, he shall be deemed to have violated the provisions of this Chapter.
The board shall admit to examination any candidate who pays th~e fee
hereinafter provided for and submits evidence verified by oath, satisfactory
to the board, that such applicant:
1. Is more than twenty-one years of age and a citizen of the United
States or has declared his intention of becoming such citizen.
2. Is of good moral character.
3. Is a graduate of a legally incorporated medical college maintaining
a standard satisfactory to the board. (Oh. 8415, Acts 1921, G; Oh. 12285,
Acts 1927, 2.)
Penalty for practicing medicine without license: See 7704.
3409. Recording of license; registration.-This section provides for registration procedures as in Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
Actual and regular practice: Cook v. Fernandez, 11 Fla. 100.
3410. Temporary license.-In the discretion of the secretary-treasurer
of said board, with the approval of the president, he may issue temporary license to an applicant which shall have the same force and effect of a permanent license until the next regular meeting of the board, when said license shall become void. Said license shall not be recorded. (Oh. 8415, Acts 1921,
8.)
3411. Accredited colleges. 'The board of medical examiners are hereby
empowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good standing and reputability
of any medical college.
In determining the reputability of any medical college, the right to investigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorized.
(Id. 9.)
3412. Methods and subjects of examination.-The examination of applicants for license to practice medicine shall be made by said board according to the methods deemed by it to be the most practical and expeditious to test the applicant 's qualifications. The board shall require the examination to be in writing. Each applicant shall be designated by a number instead of his name so that his identity shall not be disclosed to the members, of the board until after the examination papers are graded. Examinations shall be in the following subjects: Anatomy, physiology, chemistry, hygiene, surgery, therapeptics, obstetrics, gynecology, pathology, diagnosis, medical jurisprudence
and practice of medicine. (Id. 10.)
3413. Fees.-There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of said board
by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twenty-five dollars which shall accompany the application. The same fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee of examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921,
11; Oh. 12285; Acts 1927, 4.)




341. Pwer o bord;prsectio.-he said board shall have power
to aminste oahsto ummn wtnesesand to take testimony in all matters Matig t Asdutes. aidboad sallissue license to practice medicine to all
peronswhoshll urnshsatifatry evidence of attainments and qu 1ificatios udertheproisinsof this Chapter, and the riles and regulations uider th povsinsof thsCatrand the rules and regulations of the board. Suc liens shllbe signed by the president and attested by the secretarytresuerof the board under its adopted seal, and it shall give absolute autoriy t thepero to whom it is issued to practice medicine in this State. Ever unevoed license and indorsement of recordation made as provided in hisChpter shall be presumptive evidence in all courts and places that the ersn therein named is legally licensed to practice medicine. lIt shall be he utyof the secretary-treasurer, under the direction of the board,' peronalyor by deputy to aid the prosecuting attorneys of the State in the enfocemet of this Chapter and in the prosecution of persons charged with
violtio ofitsproisins.(Ch 845, cts 1921, 12.)
3415 Refsalto grant license; rvocations.-The license or registration of prctiionr of medicine may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or such pratitonr rpiaded upon the following grounds:
(a) Tht the physician is guilty of fraud in the practice of medicine, or faud r deceit in his admission to the practice of medicine.
(b)That a physician has been convicted in a court of competent jurisdicionofa felony. The conviction of a felony shall be the conviction of
any ffese hichif ommtted within~ the State of Florida, would constitute a feonyundr the laws thereof,
(e) hata physician is engaged in the practice of medicine under a fale o asumd name, or the impersonation of another practitioner of a
(d That a physician is addicted to the habitual use of intoxicating liur, narcotics or stimulants to -such an extent as to incapacitate him for performance of his professional duties.
(e) Tht a physician isp guilty of untrue,' fraudulent, misleading or decetiveadvertising; or advertising that he can cure or treat diseases by anysecetmethod, procedure, treatment or medicine, or that he can cur6 a manifstlyincurable dis~ease.
(f) he btainn of a fee on representation that a manifestly incurable disasecanbe permnnly cured.
()Causing the publication or circulation of an advertisement of any mediineby means whereby the monthly periods of women can be regulated, or te meses, if suppressed can be established.
(h)Cauingthe pubiction or circulation of a fraudulent advertisement reltiv toay disease of the sexual organs.
(i) Te procuring or aiding or abetting in procuring a criminal abortion.
Procedingsfor revocation of a license or the annulment of registration
shal b beunby fiig written charge or charges against the accused. Thee haresmay be preferred by any person or corporation or the board may, o its o notion, direct the executive officer of said board to prefer saidchares. aidcharges shall be filed with the secretary-treasurer of said boad; ponthefilngof said charges as herein provided, a time and 'place
for he harin ofsaidchares hal e fixed by said board as soon as
convniet, nd acop ofthe harestogether with a notice of the
timeandplae wen heywil beheard and determined shall be served upon the ccued t lasttenday beorethe date actually fixed for said hearing, At sid harin theaccued halhve the right to cross-examine the witnesses
agansthim an toproucewitesss i hi defense, and to appear personally




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COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA,. 1927
or by counsel. Said board may, upon satisfactory proof made that any licentiate has been guilty of any of the charges against him, suspend such licentiate from the practice of medicine, and call in the license of said icentiate upon a two-thirds majority vote of the board; Provided, however, that such suspended physician may have the. proceedings of said board reviewed by certiorari to the circuit court of the circuit in which said license is recorded.
The accused shall have the right to demand a trial de novo before the circuitcourt, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused according to the evidence and law applicable to the fact which shall be produced before him, and unless the guilt of the accused shall appear beyond a reasonable doubt, the court shall render the decision in favor of the accused and restore him to all rights to practice under this Chapter. Said writ shall issue -upon the petition of the person whose license has been revoked, at any time within ninety days after such revocation. Appeals from any decision of the circuit court may be taken to the -Supreme Court of Florida in the same manner and subject to like conditions as appeals in chancery are taken. In the event that any such license shall be revoked or registration annulled under the provisions of this Chapter, the said board shall forthwith transmit to the clerk of the circuit court or courts in which said acc-used is registered as a physician, a certificate under its seal, certifying that such registration has been annulled, and such clerk shall, upon receipt of such certificate, file the same and forthwith mark such registration "annulled."
Any person who shall practice after his license has been revoked and
registration annulled, shall be deemed to have practiced medicine without a license. However, at any time after six months from the date of said conviction, said board may, by a majority vote, issue a new license, or gi-n a license to the person affected, restoring or conferring all the rights and privileges of and pertaining to the practice of medicine as defined and regulated by this Chapter; the fee therefor shall be the same as upon the issuance of the original license. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, 13; Ch. 12285, Acts
1927, 5.)
3416. Definition of practice of medicne.-A person practicing medicine
within the meaning of this Chapter, except as hereinafter stated, who holds himself out as being able to diagnose, treat, operate or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition or who shall offer or undertake by any means or method to diagnose, treat, operate or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition.
This Chapter shall not be construed to affect commissioned medical officers serving in the 'United States Army, Navy or public health service while so commissioned, or any one while actually serving without salary or professional fees on the resident medical staff of any legally incorporated hospital; or any legally registered dentist exclusively engaged in .the practice of dentistry; or any person or manufacturer who without the use of drugs or medicines mechanically fits or sells lenses, arti-ficial eyes, limbs or other apparatus or appliances, or is engaged in the mechanical examination of eyes for the purpose of constructing or adjusting spectacles, eye glasses or lenses; or any lawfully qualified physician in other States or counties, meeting legally registered physicians in this State in consultation; or any physician duly registered in one county called to attend isolated cases in another county, but not residing or habitually practicing therein; or the furnishing of medical assistance in case of emergency; or the domestic administration of family remedies; or the practice of chiropody; or osteopathy by osteopaths who have been duly licensed by the State board of osteopathic examiners; chiropractic by chiropractors, who have been duly licensed by the State board of chiropractic examiners; or naturopathic examiners; or nUS or midwives; or the practice of the religious tenets of any church, or to any office assistant of a legally licensed practitioner of medicine, rendering such assistance as is usually rendered by a nurse, and who shall work only under the direct supervision and express




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COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927
orders of his or her employer, in his office, and not otherwise. (Ch. 8415, Acts
14; Ch. 12285, Acts 1927, 6.)
7704. Practicing medicine without license, etc.-Any licensed physician
who fails or neglects to register by January Ist of any year as required by the provisions of sections 3404-3416, shall upon conviction be punished by a
fine of not more than fifty dollars.
Any person who shall
(a) Sell, or fraudulently obtain or furnish any medical diploma, license
record, or registration, or aid or abet in the same, or
(b) Practice medicine under cover of any diploma, license, record or
registration illegally or fraudulently obtained or secured, or issued unlawfully
on fraudulent representation; or
(c) Advertise to practice medicine under a name other than his own or
'under an assumed name; or
(d) Falsely impersonate another practitioner of a like or different name,
and
Any person who not being then lawfully licensed and authorized to practice
medicine in this State, shall
(a) Practice or advertise to practice medicine,
(b) Use in connection with his name any designation tending to imply
or designate him as a practitioner of medicine; and
(c) Use the title "Doctor," or any abbreviation thereof in connection
with his name, or with any trade name in the conduct of any occupation or profession, involving or pertaining to the public health, or the diagnosis or treatment of any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition unless duly licensed by a board created under the laws of the State of Florida;
and
Any person who during the time his license to practice medicine shall be
suspended or revoked, shall practice medicine,
Shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand
dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than five years, or by both such fine 1: and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, 15;
Ch. 12285Y Acts 1927, 7.)
General Note on Chapter
Action for services: Boyd v. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co., 83 Pla. 429,
91 So. 557.













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1935
nation of Practitioner
Of
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Florida
State Board of Health
N. A. BALTzELL, M.D., President, Marianna
SHALER RIGHARDSON, M.D., Jacksonville
R. L. HUGHES, M.D., Bartow
W. A. McPHAui, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
I
CENTRAL
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS STEWART G. THOMPSON, D. P. H. Director
JACKSONVILLE




MEMBERS STATE BOARD OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS
RALPH B. FERGUSON, D.O., Miami R. C. HELDT, D.O., Daytona Beach
E. W. FLYNN, D.O., Tallahassee NORMAL E. BROWN, D.O., Tampa
DALE C. BEATTY, D.O., St. Petersburg
ARTHR G. CHAPPELL, D.O., Jacksonville
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936
I transmit h~erewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors -of Osteopathy who are licensed to practice in
ths8tate, wichJ is the eihhannual compilation of such information feared by the $ureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on oriia applications Illed as provided f or in Chaptr12005, Law of lorida, Acts of 1927. A copy of this report has been placed in the hands -of each person who registered as indicated ini the official list herewith. A small supy 'of the report has been placed on file to be given out to individuals who may be licensed during the current year.
This eighth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses -of individuals who have regitrd for the calendar year 1935, 1I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
W. A. McPIJAUL, M.D.
Secretary, State Board of Health




4 Florida State Board of Health
Foreword
'During the calendar year 1935, a total of 351 Doctors of Osteopathy registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as com-pared with the total of 341 for 1934, a total of 326 for 1933, a total of 336 for 1932, a total of 349 for 1931, a total of 336 for 1930, a
total of 303 for 1929, and a total of 253 for 1928.
A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor's name
and address (as of registration date). 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.
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with
official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.
Chapter XVIII, Compiled General Laws of Florida 1927 Osteopaths, will be found in the back of this publication.




Bureu ofVitl Sttistcs
Doctrs of Osteopathy
Address NameAdrs
A0
e_ .M .......... NwYr Caine, A. B ... ...................Indana
rpe W...............New York Calhoun,' J. C ............. Ft. Lauderdale
y G.E ................. ichigani Callison, C. P......,,..........,, Texas
N. B ..........Massachusetts Carlson, 0 ............ nin
3Carr, I. M ................. Tallahassee
J.W ..............Ft. Myers Carter, W. C ........... California
0.8....................Ocala Cathcart, N. H .............Mihigan
7)C .............. England Cave, F. A................ St. Petersburg
a, W...............Kentucky Chappell, A. G............... Jacksonville
olomew G.0.......... Msor Claverie,J. B..................linois
.7J .......... St. Petersburg Clay, G. RB................ North Carolina
e,0 ............... Pennsylvania Cochran, A. B. 8 ............... California
anlj.8 ................Iowa Conklin, H. L ................ New Jersey
) . ............. Iowa Conklin, M. A.................... Miami
J.D.................. .Ohio Conking, WT. H............. Kentucky
asG.0 ..........St. Petersburg Conin, M..................... New Jersey
E.H.............. ap Cottrell, M. K...................... Ohio
D.0........... St. Petersburg Covey, F. A..................... Maine
.......... Winter Haven Cox) M. M ........................ Miami
M. ................Miami Cozart, J. A ..........Pennsylvania
anR.H ............... New York Crain, W. L ..................... Indiana
M.C.................fIllinois Crosby, C. A ...................... Illinoi's
A. .................Tampa Crutchfield, W. E................. Miami
J.M ............... Plant City Curry, E. K.................... Missouri
N.8 ................... Tampa
A.K.................. Maine D
0.A................ Hollywood Damm, W. B.................. Wisconsin
C. ...................... Ohio Davies, 0. P............. St. Petersburg
J.R................... Miami Davis, C. H...................... Illinois
K ................. Miami Day, E. F.................... Kentucky
ard J.F............... Calif ornia Day, G. E ........................ Tampa
it ................. Georgia Day, M. C.......................... Iowa
i .A ...................Georgia Denn-iiston, E ..............Pennsylvania
L.H................. Michigan DeShaw, R. G................... DeLand
RF.................. Kansas IDewey, A. E.................. New York
hyL D................ Indiana Diebold, W. A................. Calif ornia
8................. Indiana Doe, A. H ..................... Zephyrhills
..................... Ohio Dorrance, H. J............. Pennsylvania
M.E................ Virginia Dove, C. E............. West Palm Beach
D.J................. Tampa Dove, N. H.. ....West Palm Beach
0.M.................. Illinois Duffe, P. E.................. Jacksonville
A ............~.Connecticut Dunning, J. J................... England
etrB.W ........ North Carolina Dykes, A, ..........exse
w,1-1 .....WVest Palm Beach C.E ................... Kansas Elfrink, B. M............. North Carolina
N. ............. Rhode Island Ellison, W. H .............. St. Petersburg
N. ................... Toaimpa Enright, T. M.................... Miami
N ................... Maine Eroh, C................... St. Petersburg
ge C L................. Orlando Erwin,E .P ....................... Miami
wl 0.,T............. Tennessee Erwin, M. B ...................... Miami
dqH .........New York r
T ..............Massahugtts Farr, B3. HT. 0 ............... New Smyrna
I. ...............Jaksnville Feather, E. B ...............Jacksonville
................ Jacksonville Ferguson, D. M ................. Indiana




6 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHIY
Name Address Name A
Ferguson, B. B................... Miami Kane, J. E ............
Ferris, E. M............... St. Petersburg -Kell, R. J ............ a.
Flick, G. C................ Massachusetts Keller, F. B ..................L
Flynn, E. W................. Tallahassee Kerrigan, L. M. ...............
Fogarty, J. P................. Indiana Keyes, L. S...................Min
Foster, J. E.............. North Carolina Kidder, E. M.............. Masahi
Fraser, J. M .................... Sarasota Kidwell, J. H................ sis
Prison, G. W ................. DeLand Killoren, F. E.....................
Frost, E. M ...................... Orlando Kingsbury, L. C .............. Lake
Fuller, C. G.....................Or-lando Kinney, B. E ............
Kinney, Li. F ...........
G Kirkpatrick, H. T ...............
Gagen, T. F., Jr............ St. Petersburg Kline, J. LT................... Jackso
Gahan, L. M ...................... Miami Knapp, F. C................... Nebr
Gants, S. L .................. Rhode Island
Gates, 0. B.................... Michigan L
George, H., III................ Delaware Landes, H. V .................. St.
Get hell, C. E................. Ft. Pierce LrmrL .......... 1
Gettinger, D. RB.................. Areadia LaRumoe, J. B .................. Kn
Ghostley, R. C ................... Canada Lay~, T. B .....................Oklai
Gingerich, L. E ................... Miami Layi, T. H.................Ontr
Glaseock, A. D........ St. Petersburg Lewi, C. H ...............Wiener ]
GleenR.A................... Michigan Long, C. B ................ .ewy
Goeliring, H. M............. Pennsylvania Long, B. L .................... Clea
Gray, E. K ................... Wisconsin Love, S. B ........... ..... St. Peters
Groenewoud, J. C0............... Illinois Lvjy .C.......Wne
Guy, J. E ....................... France Lovelany, A. C ..............te
Lovean, L. E .................... k
Hain, N. Me....................... Miami Lynn, We-D ...............
Hall, W. C...................... Indiana
Harper, J3....................... Orlando me
Harris, A. J3................... Tennessee McCaslin, J. A............. St. Peters
Harris, E. LTi..................... Georgia McCaughan, B. C................. I
Harris, F. W............. Daytona Beach McConnell, F. I............. PennIs
Harter, B. P.............. Winter Garden McCormick, J. J3............... .. M
Havens, Be..i............. Pennsylvania McDonough, W. M................fII
Heldt, C. H................ Pennsylvania McKinley, C. A ...................
fleldt, B.R .......Daytona Beach McMains, H.................... Orl
Hensley,A.........Haines City Herroder, T. Ti........California M
Herst, S. 3..........Missouri Manchester, R. G0.............Gaine
Herzf eld, M.............. Michigan Martin, B. F............. St. Peter'
Hicks, A. B.................... Michigan Martin, C. C.................. Calif
Tlildreth, A. G ................. Missouri Mri,0 ........Msah
H1offman, A. T ................. Pensacola Maurer, Me E ......................
Holt, W. LT..................... Calif ornia Meador, A. P.............. West Vir
Howell, 3. Ce.................... Orlando Medlar, 'S. A............... Pennsyl
Hubbell, P-.................... Michigan Merner, H. B................ JacAO
Hunter, M. G ..................... Tampa Metcalf, C. A ....................
Hurd, N.M...........Orlando Miller, G.M ..................... Orl
Hutton, D. F................... Michigan Miller, L................... MiamiB
I ~Miller, P. H ................. Pennsyl
Irvine, S. W................ Pennsylvania Miller, Be.................... Tenn
Moehrie, E ....................*
3Money, J. V................... Mich
Jennings, C. H............ St. Petersburg Monroe, J. RB.......................
Jones, E. M............... St. Petersburg Montague, 0. C., Jr.............S8art
Jones, B. 0 ....................... Illinois Moore, E. A. E ............ St. Peter




Addrss ameAddrWess
R, o ......... ashngtn, o C Rossman, W. F .............. Pennsylvania
J.~ Rt ................ St. Agustine Ruyen, A................... Tampa
F.M .~. ........... Cal, ~ if ornia
w, GoX..........,...... OhQio S
f. H. ....... ...... New York SartwellI, 3. 0*.......... Massachusetts
R. ..........Daytona Beach Saunders, E. A ................... Canada
*r 0 ..a.......... Pennsylvaniia Scaif e, M. E ............... Illinois
Schumacher, E.L ...........,...ustis
N ~Schwieger, 3. S.................. Michigan
To C ~ a ..........New~ York Seaman, K. 14................... Indiana
GoD........ nsyvania Sellardi, D........... .Michigan
*. ........Pennsylvania Shay, W. G................... Mic~dgan
8hllenberger, J. M......... Pennsylvania 0 Shiffiett E.E .................. Kentucky
L.H .............. New York Shoemaker, P.A ................ Michigan
A. ..................... Sebring Shull, D. R ............... Ft. Lauderdale
J. ............... Washington Shupert, M. E .................. Miami
A ............ Dytona Beach Siegert, A. M ................... Indiana
......... ...Pennsylvan~ia Simmons, H.PF.............. Pennsylvania
Simpson, J.H ............... Jacksonville
P Singleton, R. 0 ................. Tampa
r, P. A ..............Oanada Slater, A. B.....................:Kansas
on, R .......... New Jersey Sluyter, E. G.................. Michigan
H.0................ Missouri Smith, A. W ...............MIfssachugetts
.................. Ohio Smith, H. R............... St. Petersb~urg
E.G ............... Bradenton Smith, J. R3.................. Wyoming
H.J ................... .Ohio Smith, S.?P.................... New York
H.V.............. Bradenton Smyth, B.................. Palm Harbor
M.M ..........Bradenton Snedeker, 0. 0................. Michigan
W ............. New Jersey Sommer, C0................... Lakelandl
i D................... Miami Spalding, M. R............. Massachusetts
.E J................... Miichigan Spencer, P. R ....................BEustis
M. .,Jr ............... Tamipa Spicer, E. W................. Connecticut
.................... Colorado Staff, L. E...................... Illinois
e, I C ..................Kansas Stahlman, H. E............. Pennsylvania
W. .............Gainesville Stem, H. L ..........Pennsylvania
Stewart, C. B................ Minnesota
qStewart, H. H................ Minnesota
R ....,...........Palm Beach Stewart, J.3.........Indiana
Stinson, 3.A.....S. Petersburg
R ~Strayer, V. A.................. Orlando
No ........... West Palm Beach Strobell, B. G. W............. California
beg .G........... ap Swartz, 0.11.................. Lafeland
I ~ f E.t Ltttf .........West Virginia
yq F ......... *West Virginia T?
gan., ~ A *.J .......Miami Beach Teall, 0. C0................... New York
dal ............. St. Petersburg Teets, 0. P .............Washington, D. C.
X .......... .......... Maine Thompson, 3. W ............... New York
MemoJ ...................... Ohio Thompson, M. 8 ............. Jacksonville
ToJ............ Jacksoville Tilley, M. R .................... Illinois
son G A............Mt. Dora Tillman, C. G ................... Miami
on. ]I.J ..............Mimi Tindall. A. W.................. Pensacola
9 L A.......... Datoa each Tindall, K, B................... Orlando
R. ............ owJese Toepfer, 11. 0............. Pennsylvania




8 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
1ame Address Name Adt
Town, F...................St. Petersburg Ward, D. C................... Winter
Towne, A. D....................Mississippi Warren, C. S ...................Goloy
Treble, J. M.................... .New York Waybright, K. 0............ Jackson
Tuttle, F. A........................Miami W eber, W G.........................M
Weissberg, E. B.............. Pennsylv;
U Wheeler, G. D.................Vero B
Underwood, R. E...............Connecticut Wheeler, S. E.....................Lak
Whitaker, H. K..............Newle
V W illiams, B. P.....................IliA
Vandagrift, E. C.....................Ocala Wilson, H. C.................. Newr
Van de Sande, T. W...........New Jersey Wilson, P. E.......................Ba
Veneman, F. M. Marsh............. Indiana Wilson, R. E ................. Daytona Be
von Behren, F. F......... West Palm Beach Wilson, R. H.............. Pennsylv
von Stirne, S. G. Cresswell...... Wisconsin Wirt, F. C...................... Dadee
Vredenburgh, N. E............... Calif ornia Withers, A. M................ Jackson
Wunderlich, R. 0.......... .St. Peters
W
Walker, C. N...................Clearwater 5
W alker, H. M .......................Texas Ziegler, L. I.......................Indi
W aller, M. E.......................Indiana
Doctors of Osteopathy
Arcadia: (DeSoto) Gainesville: (Alachua) Black, Linnie Kinsman
Gettinger, Donald Rufus Manchester, Raymond Conklin, Marion A.
Bartow: (Polk) George Cox, Martha M.
Wilson, Paul Emerson Purdon, Walter F. Crutchfield, William E.
Bradenton: (Manatee) Haines City: (Polk) Enright, Thomas M.
Pierce, Emery George Hensley, Alfred Salem Erwin, Edmund Paul
Pierce, Harold Vickery Hollywood: (Broward) Erwin, Minnie B.
Pierce, M. Margaret Bingham, 0. Alfred Ferguson, Ralph B.
CleAlwater: (Pinellas) Jacksonville (Duval) Gahan, Leo Maurice
Long, Richard Lewis Bush, Ida Ellis Gingerich, L. E.
Walker, Clarence Neel Bush, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek
Dade City: (Pasco) Chappell, Arthur George Kane, John E.
Wirt, Frederick Cravens Duffe, Paul Edgar Killoren, Frances E.
Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Feather, Effie B. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow
Harris, Frances Walton Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Lynn, William D.
Heldt, Robert C. Merner, Harry Burdette McCormick, James J.
Murphy, Robert William Richards, Truman J. McKinley, Carroll
0 'Neill, Addison Simpson, John Henry Alexander
Robinson, Lloyd A. Thompson, Margaret S. Powrie, James D.
Wilson, Robert E. Waybright, Kenneth 0. Richardson, Horace James
DeLand: (Volusia) Withers, Avis M. Shupert, Mary Elizabeth
Dead: (Voylua Kissimmee: (Osceola) Tillman, Carl Gustave
DeSha, Reoyge Wabet Tindall, Charles C. Tuttle, Frances A.
Prison, George Warren Lakeland: (Polk) Weber, Winifred G.
Eustis: (Lake) Comstock, Byron Herbert Miami Beach: (Dade)
Schumacher, Erwin Leopold Keller, Fred B. Miller, Louis
Spencer, Platt Rogers Lumley, Leila Embrey Ranagan, Frances Josephin
Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Sommer, Charles Ripley, George Harris, Jr.
Calhoun, John Collier Swartz, Clyde Haven Mount Dora: (Lake)
Shull, David Riley Wheeler, Sarah E. Richards9n, Gerald A.
rt. Myers: (Lee) Lake Wales: (Polk) New Smyrna: (Volusia)
Baird, John W. Kingsbury, Louis C. Farr, Bertrand H. C.
'Seay, T. G. Miami: (Dade) Ocala: (Marion)
Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Beeman, Martin Scudder Ball, Clarence Strouse
Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Black, John Russell Vandagrift, E. C.




DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Orange) Tamp: (Hillaborough) Claverie, Jean Baptiste
pge, Clarence Lester Bean, E. Harry Crosby, Clifton A.
k, Benoni A. Berry, Albert E. Davis, Charles H.
array Newton Berry, Nelle S. Groenewoud, John O.
agar Major Bowlby, Doris Jones Jones, Effie 0.
Caroline Griffn Brown, Norval Edward Kinney, Blanche Ethyl.
Josephine Day, Guilbert E. Kinney, Lecta Fay
ll, Joseph Corwin Hunter, Melville Gunby McCaughan, Russell Craig
dttie A. Kerrigan, Louise M. McDonough, Weston M.
as, Harrison Pressly, Mason W., Jr. Morris, Chester H.
, Gerard Matthew Raffenberg, Mina G. Murphy, Ethel E.
ar, Vere A. Runyen, Agnes BScaife, Martha Emma
I', Kenneth B. Singleton, Robert 0. Staff, Leonard Ellis
ach: (Palm Beach) Vero Beach: (Indian River) Tilley, Moses R. y Roy Terwilliger Wheeler, George D. Williams, Byron Patterson
abor: (Pinellas). West Palm Beach: (Palm Indiana:
th, Benjamin Beach) Borough, Lova D.
I : (Eseambia) Brinklow, Howard K. Borough, Samuel
an, Arthur Theodore Dove, Chester Earl Brink, Charles Allen
ers, Aubrey Burton Dove, Nettie H. Caine, Allen Bennett
II, Amos Willard Rader, Nannie Lurah Carlson, Oscar
Cy: (Hillaborough) von Behren, Frederic Fust Crai, Willa Le~oy
) John Morrison Winter Garden: (Orange) Ferguson, Denzil Morton
orda: (Charlotte) Harter, Bernard Paul Fogarty, Joseph Patrick
her, Leland Guy Winter Hven: (Polk) Hall, William 0.
ustine: (St. Johns) Becker, C. Markel Seaman, Kent L.
sy, James Robert Lewis, Cora H. Siegert, Anna Mae
d: (Osceola) Lovejoy, Ashley Campbell Stewart, Jasper J.
Helen V Winter Park: (Orange) Veneman, Fern Marie Marsh
8, Ward, Daniel C. Waller, Mary Elizabeth
Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Ziegler, Laura Inez
grsGog .Doe, Albin H. Iowa:
Prs ereO California*
__ Dale Clintona Baughman, Jacob Schrock
il sBrayton Blanchard, James Franklin Baughman, Nanny R. B. C aarterWalter Galdwell Day, Milord C.
Cochran, Amy Brown Mochrie, Elizabeth
SWSchoonmaker Kansas:
,Illa er Diebold, Wendell August Kns:
hrCalvin H Wede A u Boone, Richard Franklin
b, ~y IHerroder, Theodore L.Br ,ChsEle
Elizabeth May Holt, W. Luther Brown, Chas. Elmer
, Thomas P., Jr. Martin, Charles C. Prisque, Raymond C.
ek Alfred Dean Mart, Fhrle C. Slater, Arthur Burdette
Mount, Florence M.
ngs, Charles Henry Strobell, Emily Griffith Kentucky:
Eths Marion Wilson Barnes, Charles W.
bVredeburgh, Norman E. Conkling, Mattie Thomas
i Colorado: Heaton
n, Basil Ferguson Printy, Sylvia Day, Edwin Frank
, E. Adelyn Ellis Warren, Charles Sherman LaRue, J. Byron
n,: Florence Shifflett, Ella Edwards
Brake, DeWitt Henderson Maine:
prn, James Antone Betts, Addie K.
UFlorence May Snderwood, Ralph Emerson Brown, Nora Robertson
derlich, Ray Charles Covey, Florence Alice
: (Sarasota) Delaware: Metcalf, Charles Austin
r, James McDonald George, Henry III Reay, Mildred
Robert John Georgia: Shalett, Irving Joseph
ague, Oharles C., Jr. Blauvelt, Rudd Massachusetts:
: (Highlands) Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Adamns, Gertrude H.
l, Arthur Dean Harris, Edwin Lewis Atty, Norman Belmont
(Leon) Illinois: -Burns, Thomas
Iva Mae Beilke, Martin Carl Flick, Gervase Chas.
, Emmett William Boyd, Oarroll Maurice Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel




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-DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Martin, Orel F. Apthorpe, William Noeling, George Dietrich
Sartwell, James Oliver Beeman, Roy Herbert Jr.
Smith, Arthur W. Burnard, Harold William Northern, Robert Jerome
Spalding, Manford Root Dewey, Arthur Everts Osborn, Harry Clifton
Vaill, Anna Wadhams Long, George Percy Rossman, Walter Prinkli
Michigan: Muncie, Curtis H. Shellenberger, John Mohl
Arnold, G. E. Newman, Theodore Charles Simmons, Harry Prask
Bock, Leo Henry Odden, Loren Hansen Stahlman, Harry Earl
Catheart, Nelson H. Smith, Stewart P. Stem, Harold Lewis
Gates, Otto Bey Teall, Charles C. Toepfer, Howard Charles
iGlezen, Royce A. Thompson, John Wilson Weissberg, Elias B.
Herzfeld, Mark Treble, John Mill Wilson, RaymondHerbert
Hicks, Anna Belle Wilson, H. Clifford Rhode Islaad:
Hubbell, Preston Reed North Carolina: Brown, Niles A.
Hutton, Donald Fox Branstetter, Bertha W. Gants, Samuel L.
Money, J. Vincent Clay, George Randall Tennessee:
Pratt, Edwin J. Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Buffalow, Oscar Thomas
Root, Claude Boone Foster, Julia E. Dykes, Arthur L.
Schwieger, James Scott Ohio: Harris, Andrew J.
Sellards, Dorothy Davis Miller, Robert Lee
Shay, Walter George BamTon MerxbrtL:
Black, Chester Arthur Texas:
Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Callison, C. P.
Sluyter, Edward Glenn Gottrell, Mead Kelly Walker, Horace M.
Snedeker, Olanis 0. Loveland, Mark M.Bo Virginia:
Minnesota: LvlnMrM.Bowen, Margaret E.
Minneota:Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth
Keyes, Leslie Scranton Marr ineEiaeh Washington:
Stewart, Clara BealafeldMonroe, James Ros Ogle, John Marion
Stewart, Harry e. Mummaw, Glenn K. W D. O.
Mississippi: Pheils, Ervin Henry Moore, Riley D.
'KidwellJame .Pierce, Harvey James Teets, Charles P.
Towne, Allen Dodge Reid, McMillen James West Virginia:
Missouri: Oklahoma: Meador, Aubrey Prentice
Bartholomew, Garold C. Ball, Charles D. Ramsey, Evelyn Lee
Ourry, Etna Kelso Lay, Thomas H. Ramsey, Frank Earl
Herst, Sherrell Joseph Rummel, Chauncey D. Wisconsin:
Hildreth, Arthur Grant Pennsylvania: ,Damm, Walter B.
Larimore, Leland S. Bashline, Orrin Osborn Gray, Earl Kenneth
Pence, Herbert 0. Cozart, James Allen von Stirne, Sara G. Cresav
Nebraska: Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Wyoming:
Knapp, Frances Crothers Dorrance, Harold James Smith, James Ralph
New Jersey: Goehring, Harry Morgan
Conklin, Hiram Lewis Havens, Roland Louis
Conn, Milton Heldt, Charles Humphrey Canada:
Nikola, George Francis Irvine, Samuel Wesley Ghostley, Raymond Chs.
Patterson, Robert Donald Long, Custer Brenton Parker, Frederick Arthur
Pohlig, William Albert McConnell, Frank Ira Saunders, Edward Arthur
Rogers, Robert W. Medlar, S. Agnes England:
Van de Sande, Theo. White Miller, Patrick Henry Barber, Chas. William
Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Moore, George Washington Dunning, John Jacob
New York: Mutschler, Oscar C. France:
Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Noeling, George D. Guy, Jean E.




Chater1205,Acts of 1927
AN~~~~~~~ ATtReurthReitaon -of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopats, hirpratie, Nturopaths, M1idwives and All Others, Practicing the Medcalandor ateialHealing Art in the State of Florida; to provide Fees
113 ITENATEDBY THE LEGISLATURES OF THE STATE OF
SECTIO 1. That from and after the passage of this Act every license to pracicemedcine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and every othr edical an~d/or material method -of the practice of the h1ealing art shall beor te licensee begins practice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purosein the ofice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County in which he esiesorin SECTION2. 'That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of mediineosteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical andormaterial systems -of healing and every other person hereafter duly licnsd t pactice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of eachyea, aply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificte f Rgisraton upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary andshllpay at such time a f ee of One ($1.00) Dollar.
SCICON 3. That every person in making his first registration hereunder, shllwrite or cause to be written upon the application blank so furnished by the Secetary of the State Board of Health, his full name, postofflee and residneaddiress, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the idetiiction -of the~ aplicant as a licensed practitioner as may be deemed neesr and shall dly execute and verify the same before an officer authorzedto take acknowledgments' of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secetryof the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first regstrtin need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board -of Health in artculr ase, for raos satisfactory to themm, may require that the appli' eain beunder oath.
I 0ETO 4. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before OctberIstof each year after the first registration shall mail or cause to be maiedto each person so registered a blank form of application for registratio, adresedto thie last known post office address of such Registrant. The formof uchappication shall be such as to contain space for the insertion biy
the pplcan ofthe information required by the provisions of this Act.
SECTIO 5.The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to
any ulylicnse phsicisan, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and othrs dul aliens y any th yarenuig andenin December 31st.




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SECTION 6. Every holder of Registration Cerificate granted hereunder,
shall conspicuously'Aisplay 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; shl 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 of the Attorney General,
OPINION No. 17
REGISTRATION: VETERINARY DOCTORS In Re: Whether Veterinarians Required to Register Unider 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, chiropractors, 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 as3 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.




SLICES ECOREDOOUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
SecionI of Senate Bill No. 75, approved~ May 28th, 1927, provides:
"'Tat romand after the passage of this Act every
lies to prctc shall[ before the licensee begins to
pactie thereunder be-recorded in a book for that purpose
in the office of the Clerk of the -Circuit Court of the County in whi he resides or in which such practice is intended to
be carried on. * *
It is apparent from this provision, taken in connection with -other provisonsof the Act, that if a physician has his license recorded in the County inwhich he resides and intends to practice, it is necessary to have sai&I lienerecorded in another County whenever he moves from one part of the Saeto. another, or changes his abode from one part of the State to another, asth aw requiires, that the license be recorded in the County "in which such
pratic isintndd to be carried on."
OPINION No. 21
REG.ISTRATFION:~ DENTISTS -PODIATRISTS
Chater12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practic meicie, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and every other~ medical and/or material method of the practice of 'healing art, before the licensee begins to practice.
I am of the opinion that the words "every other medical and/or material
methodof t~he practice~ of the healing art, as used in this Act are words of geeral import which are limited by the specification of the particular words thertofre used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generis aples and limits the general words to the same class .of things as are covered
bthe specific words.
-In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kided and similar to the practice of medicine ,but is limited to a specific porionof the hum-an 1Woy.
It is possible that there might be a distinction between the practice of dentstry and the ordinry practice of medicine. However, if the license of dentist authorizes, and the practice of his science embraces a certain degree o)f surgery and therapeutic treatment such as would ordinarily be administered by physician, a dentist would be as much within the requirement to register as wuldthe podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by a moderation of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regulatonsof the Dental Board and the laws of Florida.
OPINION No. 22
REGSTATION: EL~ECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS PROFESSIONAL MASSEUJRS
Secion2 o Chapter 120105 requires all persons engaged in the practice -of
natuopahy to register with the State Board of Health. Section 1 of Chapter 128Acts of 1927, provides f or the licensing of naturopaths. The practice of naturpath isdefined as including ele ctro -therapeutics and would also seem to nclde rofssional masseurs, which' practitioner would fall under the classificaionof hoseenggedin th~e practice of material health science used to aidin he uriyinceanin >and normalizing of the human tissues for the
preeratonof, a-d restrain of health.




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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: ELEOTRO-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 certifleate as' such from the State Board of Naturopathic Examiners before they exercise the'rig-ht 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.
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, midwive's 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 an individual has failed to register
for 1928 although engaged in practice, *he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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. 7.5, 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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Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XVIII
Osteopaths
3417. Definition.--The words "osteopathic medicine" as used in this Chapter is the name of that system or school of medicine which is taught and practiced in the standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as hereinafter set forth. (Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, 1.)
3418. License required.-It shall be unlawful for any person to practice osteopathic medicine and surgery without a license. (Id. 2.)
3419. Other schools of medicine, surgery and chiropractic not affected.The practice of medicine, surgery and chiropractic by duly licensed practititioners under the laws of this State, shall in no way be affected by the provisions of this Chapter. .(Id. 3.)
3420. Former license.-The holder of a license -or certificate heretofore issued under the laws of this State authorizing the practice of osteopathy shall present to the said board [State board of osteopathic medical examiners] said license or certificate and a new license or certificate under this Chapter shall be issued to the holder thereof. (Id. 4.)
3421. State board.-Within thirty days after May 26, 1927, the Governor of the State shall appoint six examiners who shall be regularly licensed osteopathic physicians in good standing in this State, and who have been so engaged for a period -of at least two years immediately prior to their appointment, two of whom shall be appointed for the term of one year, two for the term of two years, and two for the term of three years, and thereafter it shall be the duty of the Governor to appoint or re-appoint two examiners each year for a term. of three years after the term theretofore appointed shall expire, but each examiner shall continue in office until his successor is appointed. The Governor shall call the first meeting of the board, and at such meeting the board shall organize, electing from the members a chairman, vice-himn secretary and treasurer; and annually
thereafter on the first Tuesday in October the board shall meet in annual meeting and elect officers for the ensuing year. A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum. The said examiners shall be known and constitute the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter referred to as the board. Said board shall have and use a common seal and have all the rights and powers to make and adopt all necessary' rules and regulations and by-laws relating to the enforcement of the provisions of this Chapter and not inconsistent herewith. Examination shall be made at least twice a year, at the time and place fixed by said board, of which examination all applicants shall be notified in writing. 1The compensation of examiners shall be fixed by the by-laws of said board, but in no case shall it exceed the fees collec-rd from applicants. (Id. 5.)
3422. Application for exaniination.-iEach applicant for the examination provided in this Chapter shall comply with the following requirements:
1. Make application for examination on blank forms prepared and furnished by the State board of osteopathic medical examiners.
2. Submit evidence verified on oath and satisfactory to the said board that applicant is twenty-one years of age or over.
3. Is of good moral character.
4. Is a citizen of the United States.
5. Is a graduate of a legally incorporated college of osteopathy and surgery maintaining a standard satisfactory to the board.




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6. Pay in advance to the board, fees as follows:
(a) For examination of an osteopathic physician and surgeon $25.00
(b) For issuance of license............................... 50
(c) For the license of one applying therefor under the provisions
of section 3427....................................... 25.00
(Id. 6.)
3423. Prof essional education.- Standards of professional education are
fixed as follows:
1. To practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon:
(a) The applicant shall be a graduate of a professional school or college
of osteopathy which requires as a prerequisite to graduation a four years' course of nine months each, covering the standard curriculum, as defined in section 3424, and giving instructions in all the subjects necessary to educate a thoroughly competent general osteopathic physician and surgeon, including obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructions in anesthetics, antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotes, to teach principles of surgery and surgical diagnosis leading to a degree of osteopathic physician
or doctor of osteopathy.
Physicians and surgeons of the osteopathic school of medicine are to be of
equal rank and grade as the physicians and surgeons of the other three schools of medicine designated as allopathic, homeopathic and eclectic, to have all the rights except to use drugs not taught in the standard colleges or schools of osteopathy: Provided, however, that no osteopathic physician licensed under this Chapter shall practice major surgery who has not had a four-year course in an accredited osteopathic school or college, or the -equivalent thereof.
(Id. 7.)
3424. Colleges of osteopathy defined.-The term "standard college of
osteopathy shall be defined as follows: A legally chartered osteopathic college requiring before granting the degree of doctor of osteopathy, an actual attendance at such osteopathic college of at least thirty-six months or four terms of nine months each, its course of study to include the subjects
as follows:
Anatomy (descriptive, regional, applied, surgical and dissection).
Embryology.
Chemistry (advanced to include organic and physiological chemistry and
toxicology).
Histology.
Physiology.
Bacteriology.
Hygiene.
Hydrotherapy.
X-radiance and electrical diagnosis.
Dietetics.
Practice of osteopathic medicine:
(a) Principles of osteopathy.
(b) Practice of osteopathic medicine: Therapeutics, to include diseases of
nervous system, alimentary tract, heart and vascular system, genito-urinary diseases, ductless glands and metabolism, respiratory tract, bone and joint
diseases.
(d) Corrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.
(e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis, psychiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery.




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Profesinl ethic~s and efficiency.
Meia jrisprudence.
Adall such other~ sub jects as may be required and taught by standard
collgesof osteopathy and surgery. (Id. 8.)
3425. Examination of osteopathic physicians and surgeons.-The examinaton f those who desire to practice as osteopathic physicians and surgeons shl embrace those general subjects and topics including:
1. Anatomy. 8. Therapeutics.
2. Chmsty 9. Surgery.
3. Physiology. 10. Gynecology.
4. Pathology. 11. Obstetrics.
5. Hygiene. 12. Medical jurisprudence.
6. Toxicology. 13. Practice of osteopathic medicine.
A knowledge of which is commonly and generally required of candidates for a degree of doctor of osteopathy by a standard osteopathic college in the
346 license issued.-Each applicant who successfully passed the examination shall be entitled to a license, which carries with it the title doctor
adphysician with rights as defined in section 3423. (Id. 10.)
3427. Foreign license.-The State board of osteopathic medical examiners ma also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic phsician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteopat~hy and who has pase an examination for admission into the medical corps of the United Sta Army, United States Navy, or the United States public health service.
The State board of osteopathic medical examiners -shall have no authority to issue a license without examifnation except as hereinbefore in this section provided:
1. That the applicant is of good moral character.
2. -That the requirements to practice in the State, Territory, Country or Province in which the applicant is already licensed be equal to those of this Stte.
3, That the applicant shall be required to pay the same fees as licentiates by examiination. (Id.~ 11.)
3428. Dslay of lcense.-Every holder of a license shall display it in a conspicuous~ pace in his principal office, place of business or employment. (1d. 12.)
3429. Privileges and obligations.-Osteop at hie physicians and surgeons shall observe and be subject to all State and municipal regulations relative
to rportng irths and deaths and all matters pertaining to the public health, wit eqalrights and obligations as physicians of other schools of medicine, and uchreports shall be accepted by the~ officers of the departments to which




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Osteopathic physicians and surgeons licensed hereunder shall have the
same rights as physicians and surgeons of other schools of medicine with
respect to the treatment of cases or holding of offices in public institutions.
It is the intent and purpose of this Chapter to grant toosepti
physicians and surgeons the right to practice as taught and practiced inte
standard colleges of osteopathy. (Id. 13.)
3430. Refusal and revocation of license.-The State board of osteopthict
medical examiners may either refuse to issue or may suspend or revoeo.sany
license -for any one or any combination of the following causes:
1. Conviction of a felony, as shown by a certified copy of the record of
the court of conviction.
2. The obtaining of, or an attempt to obtain a license,' or practice in the
profession, or money or any other thing of value, by fraudulent misrepresentations.
3. Gross malpractice.
4. Continued practice by a person knowingly having an infectious or
contagious disease.
5. Advertising by means of knowingly false or deceptive statements.
6. Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a name other
than one Ys own.
7. Habitual drunkenness, or habitual addiction to the use of morphine,
cocaine, or other habit-forming drugs.
*The State board may neither refuse to issue, nor to renew, nor suspend,
nor revoke any license, however, for any of these causes, unless the person accused has been given at least twenty days' notice in writing of the charge against him and a public hearing by the State Board of osteopathic medical
examiners.
The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall have the power
to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of relevant books
and papers for the investigation of matters that may come before them and
the presiding officer of said board may administer the requisite oaths and such board shall have the same authority to compel the giving of testimony
as is conferred on courts of justice. (Id. 14.)
7706. Violation of law relating to practice of osteopathy.-Each of the
following acts constitutes a misdemeanor, punishable upon conviction by a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than two hundred dollars.
1. The practice of osteopathic medicine or an attempt to practice osteopathic medicine without license.
2. 'The obtaining of, or an attempt to obtain a license, or practice in the
profession for money or any other thing of value by fraudulent misrepreaentation.
3. The making of any wilfully false oath, or affirmation whenever an oath
or affirmation is required by section 3417 et seq.
4. Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a name other
than one's own. (Ch. 12287, Acts 1927, 15.)
3431. Recerds.-The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shll
keep a record which shall be open to public inspection at all reasonable tunies, of its proceedings relating to the issuance, refusal, renewal, suspension and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also




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ntai th nae, laceof usiessandresidence, and the date and number
thelicnseof ver reistredosteopathic physician. (Id. 16.)
=2. ecodin of cene,-Thecertification provided for hereinbefore
all, efoe he eronto whom it is granted be entitled to practice by
e teref, e rcoredin the office of the clerk of the circuit court in
e contyin hic suceh practitioner may reside or sojourn in a book to be eptby he lek for that purpose, and when so recorded, the clerk shall rtiy teron,-unerhis official seal the fact and date of such record, and allretrn uchcertificate to the person to whom the same was granted, and allbe nttled, for such service, to collect from the holder of such certificate, e lgalfee for recording. (Id. 17.)
343 Reitrto of osteopathic physicians.-T.his section provides for g: t 'onprocedure as in Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
343. affct o partial invalidity of Chapter.-If any section or matter thisChatershall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid, it shall not etthevalidiy of -Ehe remaining parts of this Chapter, and said unconittina o ivai part may be eliminated from this Chapter and the maiingporionor portions thereof shall be and -remain in full force and ect nd b asvalid as. if such invalid clause or section or matter had not een ncoported therein., (Id. 19.)










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State Board of Health
N. A. BALTZELL, M.D., President, Marianna
SEALER RICHARDSON, M.D., Jacksonville
R. L. HUGHES, M.D., Bartow
A. MCPHAUL, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
CENTRAL
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS STEWART G. THompsON, D. P. H. Director
JACKSONVILLE




MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS
D. L. RAINEY, D.C., Tallahassee
H. J. WENDLAND, D.C., Bradenton
FRANK R. THORNTON, D.C., Orlando
Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936
SIR:
I transmit here-with the Annual Report on the registration of Doctmr of Chiropractic who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the eighth annual compilation of such information prepared by the B3ureau of Vital Statistics. It is based on original applications filed as provided f or 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses -of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935.
Respectfully,
Director of Vital Statistics
W. A. McPHAUL, M.D.
Secretary, State Board of Health




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Foreword
During the calendar year 1935, a total of 173 Doctors of Chiropractic registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as compared with the total of 166 for 1934, a total of 168 for 1933, a total of 158 for 1932, a total of 154 for 1931, a total of 148 for 1930, and a
total of 144 for 1928 and 1929.
A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor's name
and address (as of registration date). 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.
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with
official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpretation of certain statements contained therein.
Chapter XIX, Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 Chiropractic, -will be found in the back of this publication.




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Doctors of Chiropractic
Address Name Address
A G
',..................... Kentucky Gano, A. L ..............Leesburg
o;A. E ............. St. Petersburg (iano, C. R .............. .Leesburg
on, W. V............. Sarasota Gatchell, C. H ...........Orlando
G.G.............. St. Petersburg Goelz, W. C ............. Pensacola
R.E ............... St. Petersburg Goodman, W. A .... West Palm Beach
HU. C..................... Miami Gordon, C. E ................... Tampa
E. D................. Zephyrhills Graham, R. T.............. St. Augustine
Grantham, T. F.................. Qic
B Greer, W. B............... St. Petersburg
E. ................ Daytona Beach Grooms, R. C ............... St. Augustine
Vr. C .................... Bartow H
W. V.................... Bartow Hl
nip, L N............. Clearwater HalB. A ........................ Tampa
rG ................ Melbourne Harwood, Is. E ................... DeLaud
E. ............Ft. Lauderdale Hauri, H......................Brade-nton
G.M .............. Ft. Lauderdale Hel M. M............... St. Petersburg
11 ............ ak Cty Heitz, J. ............Sanford
,C.O........S.....ake.Ciy.Henson.S.SCrescent City
T. U ................. Jacksonville Henkso,W.L ........PatCy
ill B. W .......Winter Haven Hookl ............PatCt
W. B..................im.......Mim Hok. R...................... Gainesville
L..............Aeaia Horne, D. N................... Marianna
E .. . . . . . . . r c a i a H o w a rd J F . . . . . . . . . S a ra s o ta
H -utto, w. L.............. South Carolina
1,W. A .................. Lakeland
dlJ..............St. Petersburg Jne
W ...................... Eustis........ .................. Daytona Beach
G. McC .............. .Lake Wales Joe, L.S9.............West Palm Beach
X. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S S....... Wetirni Joe,. .................... Pahokee
R.0C................. t. Augustine K
J. N................. Jacksonville
G................. Jacksonville Kapp, M. B3................ St. Petersburg
JBR..................... .Tampa ]Kennedy, D. L......Panama City
Kinsinger, E. L................ Lakeland
D Krug, I. S...................... Indiana
C.F......... Winter Park L
T. C............... St. PetersburgBrovil
B.R......... Winter Haven Lanier, C ....................Brosil
I J. M ................. Pensacola Lawson, H. L .................... Palatka
J.F.......... New Jersey M
L.T............ Sanf ord m
BR........ Fruitland Park McDearmid, G. A ...........Panama City
CV...................... Tampa MacDougall, W. EB............... Sanford
M1. D ...................Tavares McIntosh, D.C .West Palm Beach
M ..............Stuart MacQuarrie, ]L. N.........Pennsylvania
r M
J..................... Orlando iMaberry, EF. 3 .................... .Miamil
B...........Brdeto ahan, E. R ................... Bushnell
11g, C. W .............. Miami Mahan, H .........Bsnl
ort, J. H ...... St. Petersburg Manley, C.....................]Frostproof
W. A.................... DeLand Mathis, C. E ................. Vero Beach
LX.......... Punta Goida Mattocks, F. H .............St. Petersburg
........... Punta Gor da Mayo, C. T .............Tampa
A. m ................. Sarasota Mayo, F ...............Tampa
.......... Jacksonville Mentz, G. W ................ Orlando
L. J3........... West Palm Beach Montan, S. E.................. Wauehula
J. R3............ West Palm Beach Montgomery, L............... MichTiganI
T. 0 .................. Ortanao Moore, M. M ...................... Ocala




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DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
Name Address Name A
Morgan, A. M................ Avon Park Shafer, A. H., Jr....... ..Jackso
Murdaugh, H. D ...........Bartow -Shelmire, C. T........
Murphy, H. H............... Haines City Shumate, M. L ........Tma8
Myers, G. J ............. New Port Richey Simonson, M. R ....... L aue
. Sligh, E.A ............L
Sligh, J. E .. . .... .. 'a.~
Nelson, H. A..................... Tampa Smith, A. R................. Jacks
Nevills, J. H................ Lake Wales Smith, B. E................... Ft.
Smitli m. C. R. ....... V Iarpon 8
0 Smith) S. . . . ...\. ..
Qestricher, A. R ................ Orlando Smith, V. B.................. Hell
Olson, A. E....................... Miami Spearing, H. A.. .... Jacksonville
Overbeck, A ...................Maryland Speight, W. E......**..... ..L
Spurck, H. A.................. Cali.
P Stephan, W. F................ Clear
Palmquist, A. P................ Pensacola Stephenson, R. W............ LakeW,
Patterson, G. L............. Tallahassee Swan, W. H ....... 4........ Massachft
Perry, W. T................. Jacksonville Sykes, E. N.....................0Ol
Pickett, A. C ............West Palm Beach
Pierce, B. A...................... Tampa T
Pierce, J. G...................... Ta~mpa Takahashi, J. M .......... Ml
Pipkin, L. N.................. Wauchula Takahashi, T.............OClermont (
Poling, E. H ...................... .Ohio
PoF JJ............oa Tallman, 0. H ..........Gaie
Poprl, P A., Jr ......... Ap... ... c.Icowa Taylor, J. W ....................1In'
PornleP AJr M..... plcicoa Thiess, W. W.................. .New
Powers, R................................................. a i Thornton, F. R .................. Or,
Pritchard, E. B............ Jacksonville Thornton, F. W............ St. Peter
Prosser, J. L..................... Tampa Tilson, B. D....................~. Dl
Puddicombe, R ................. .. Tampa Tracy, M. E ....................V
R Trentin, M............. West PalmB
Rabbi E. A..................... Arcadia Tucker, T. C ............. .... _.St.
Rainey, D. I ................... Tallahassee
Reynolds, L. E.. . ........................... Ohio '
Rhoads, B. H ...........West Palm Beach Vail, K. F...............................OrI
Richholt, E. H................ Hollywood
SWendland, H. T3................ Brade
Sagvold, T. E............... Jacksonville White, J. F..........
Saunders, B. M..................... Iowa W I Jv ................In
Saunders, E. T ...................... Iowa Whiteleather-Moeller, .......I
Saunders, L. M ................... Aiami Wolfe, W. F................... Wild
Saunders, R. G............ Lake Worth Woodhull, 1W..................... Sar'
Scarborough, J. Q ............ Lakeland Worthing, H. M ...........St. Peters
Schoenthaler, W. F............ New York Wright, 0. D.............. St. Peters
Schubert, F. S..................... Ohio
Schubert, G. H1.............St. Petersbuv- Y
Scott, MW. P .......................MrlamTni Young, (1. W. ......... T




Doctors of Chiropractic
:ola: (Franklin) Pritchard, Emmett B. Pensacola: (Escambia)
11e, Pinkney A., Jr. Sagrold, Thomas Ellward Delaney, John Mansfeld
(De~oto) Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Goelz, William Charles
Eugene L. Smith, Allen Rex Palmquist, Andrew P.
Earle Alvin Spearing, Herman A. (Col.) Plant City: (Hillaborough)
k: (Highlands) Lake City: (Columbia) Hicks, Wilbur Lee
n, Arch Marlin Bradwell, Clineh O. Punta Gorda: (Charlotte)
Polk) Lakeland: (Polk) Fisher, Irene
Virgil Carlyale Cardwell, William Arthur Fisher, John
Walter V. Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Quiny: (Gadsden)
gh, Henry Dial Searborough, Jason Q. Granha T. F.
* (.nSlgh, Eosep A. St. Augustine: (St. Johns)
FrdE.Sigh, Joseph Edgar -Conley, Ransom Clay
henry Speight, Walter Edward Graham, Romberta T
dd, Herman J. Lake Wales: (Polk) Grahms, Ro.
: (Hernando) Coates, George MeCreary Gr Coud (Osceola)
er, Clyde Nevills, Judson Harry Tu:e(Oseoa)
meterr ) Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Tucker, Thomas C.
Ethel Reed Saunders, Richard Guthrie St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Harry Alen Stephenson, Ray W. Anderson, Ada E.
r (Pinellas) Leesburg: (Lake) Angell, Golden Gahm
iship, Iva Neil Gano, Alice L. Angell, Robert E.
5, William Fred Gano, Oecil R. Chippendale, John
oS (Lake) Marianna: (Jackson) Daniel, Theodore Conrad
shi, T. (Jap.) Horne, Daniel N. Farnsworth, Jas. Howard
shi, Jessie May Melbourne: (Brevard) Greer, William Boyd
City: (Putnam) Blumer, G. E. Heal, Minnie M
Samuel Shirly Miami: (Dade) Kapp, M. Bernard
Beach: (Volusia) Arnold, Henry Clayton Mattocks, Fred H.
lilmma Viola Budreau, William Emory chubert, George H. William Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Thorntoin, Fred W.
(Volusia) Maberry, Elmer J. Worthing, Helen Marie
Walter Arthur Olson, A. E. Wrh 0eing
)&, S. Elizabeth Powers, Richard, Jr. Banford: (Seminole) Lake) Saunders, Lewis Milo Doss, Luther T.
Center William !Scott, Marshall Prescott Heitz, John J.
dale: (Broward) Shelmire, Celia T. MacDougall, William E.
Eva Dell Smith, Stella Melson Sarasota: (Sarasota)
e Tracy, M. Everett Anderson, William Virgil
n, Mrie r White, John Fletcher Foreman, A. M.
:St. MLucie) White, John Merrill Howard, John Finley
Blanche Ethel New Port Richey: (Pasco) Woodhull, Mabel
f: (Polk) Myers, George Jefferson Stuart: (Martin)
, Oliford Ocala: (Marion) Dyer, Myrtle Mabel
. (Lake) Moore, Marion M. Tallahassee: (Leon)
Pa 3r. Orlando: (Orange) Patterson, George Lester
31 e R. Fabry, John
le: (Alachua) French, Ida Carson Rainey, Dennett Isaiah
A eeil R. Gatchell, Carl H. Tampa: (Hillsborough)
n, Ora Hubert Mentz, Gustav W. Coyne, John R.
ity: (Polk) Oestricher, Albert R. Duffle, Cecil Vincent
y, Houston Hilliard Sykes, Ernest Norwood Gordon, Charles Elmer
4: (Broward) Thornton, Frank Roscoe Hall, Emory A.
It, Esther Holmes Vail, Kenneth Francis Mayo, Chas. Traynor
Virgil B. Pabokee: (Palm Beach) Mayo, Frances
Ile: (Duval) Jones, Samuel Savage Nelson, Harold Albert
PThomas Trish Palatka: (Putnam) Pierce, Burton Aaron
t, John X. Lawson, Howard L. Pierce, Jeannette G.
Hnry Grady Panama City: (Bay) Prosser, John L.
eeil Eugene Kennedy, Dunean Lamar Puddicombe, Raymond
Walter Theodore McDearmid, George Allen Young, Charles Warren




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DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
Tampa Shores: (Pinellas) Winter Haven: (Polk) Maryland.
Shumate, Mary Louise Brunskill, Robt. Williams Overbeek, Adrian
Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Dean, James Robert Massachusetts:
Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Winter Park: (Orange) Swan, Walter Herbert
Tavares: (Lake) Dallas, Charles Fay Michigan:
Duncan, Marian D. Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Montgomery, Leonard W
Vero Beach: (Indian River) Arnot, Emerson David New Jersey:
Mathis, Clarence E. California: Diesel, John ]hederick
Wauchula: (Hardee) Spurck Hir
Montan, Sarah E. Sue, Hiam A. New York:*
PipkinLuthr N. Illinois: Schoenthaler, William
Pipkin, Luther N. Tiso rederick
West Palm Beach: (Palm Tilson, Bertha Davis Thiess William W.
Beach) Indiana:
Frazier, Frank J. Krug, Inda Sinclair Ohio:
Frazier, Josie Roebuck Taylor, James Walter Poling, Edith Hayes
Goodman, William A. Whiteleather-Moeller, Reynolds, Leo Eugene
Jones, Lawrence Samuel Velma Schubert, Frederick S.
McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell Iowa: Pennsylvania:
Pickett, Alfred Oharles Pop, Frank J., Jr. MacQuarrie, Laura N.
Rhoads, Benjamin H. Saunders, Bertha Mary South Carolina.:
Trentin, Mareel Saunders, Edward Terrell Hutto, William Leo
Wildwood: (Sumter) Kentucky: West Virginia:
Wolfe, William F. Acker, George Coe Collins, Edward Eustaee




Bureau of Vital Statistics9
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; opoieFe for the same and Penalties for Violation.,topvieFs
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 e 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 f acts 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 f or 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 suck time a f ee 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, postoffice and reside-nce address, the date aind number of his license and such other facts f or 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 acknowledgments of deeds, and shall -file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath.
SECTION 4-~ That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mall or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of application for rogistration, addxessed 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 aliy 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 here-of, 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 req uired 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 ($0.0
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 Govern-or, May 28, 1927.
Official Opinions of the 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, chiropractors, 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-RESIflENII'S
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 frori registration under the Act
by -notifying the jury to that effect.




LICENE REORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
Secton1 of Senate Bill No. 75, approved May 28th, 1927, provides:
"That from and after the passage of this Act every
licnseto practice *shall before the licensee begins to
pratice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose i~n 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. ***7
It i apparent from this provision, taken in connection with other provisonsof the Act, that if a physician has his license recorded in the County inwhich~ he resides and intends to practice, it is necessary to have said licnserecorded in another County whenever he moves from one part of the
Saeto another, or changes his abode from one part of the State to another, astelaw requires that the license be recorded in the County "in which such pratice is intended to be carried on."
OPINION No. 21
REGISTRATION: DENTISTS -iPODIATRISTS
Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practie medicine, osteopathy, chiropracties, naturopathy, midwifery and every othe medcal and/or~ material method of the practice of healing art, before th licensee begins to prctice.,
I a~m of the opinion that the words "every other medical and/or material mthod of the practice of the healing art," as used in this Act are words of genralimprt which are limited by the specification of the particular words teetofore used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generis appiesand limits the general words to the same class of things as are covered bythe~ specific words.
In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kided and. similar to the practice of medicine but is limited to a specific porionof the buman body.
Dentists on the other hand,. can hardly, be called practitioners of the same kidof science as ordinary, doctors, and, therefore, I think that they are ex4le,. unless, of course, the practice of dentistry is held to embrace the right give treatments fo 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 dtistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, if the license of th dentist authorizes, and the practice of his science embraces a certain degree of surgery and therapeutic treatment such as would ordinarily be -administered ba physician, a dentist would be as much within the requirement to register as woul the podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by acnideration of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regultos of te Dental Board and the laws of Florida.
OPINION No. 22
REGISTATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS -PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS
Section of Chapter 12005 requires all persons engaged in the practice of natuopahy t reiter width the State Board of Health. Section 1 of Chapter
12261 ctsof> 12,provie f or the licensing of naturopaths. The practice of
natuopahy s dfined as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem
to ncudeprfessiona masseurs, which practitioner would fall under the classifictio ofthse ngaedin the practice of material health science used to aidin he urfyig, leasig an~d normalizing of the human tissues f or the
presrvaionofandrestoration of health.




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OFFICIAL OPINIONS
Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons engaged
in the practice of electro -therapeutics -as well as professional masseurs are enlgaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, theref ore, required to register
as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
OPINION No. 23
REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS -PROFSSONL 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.
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, mid-wives 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 an individual has failed to register
for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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 fiing 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,
T 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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Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XIX
Chiropractic
3435. Board; qualifications.-There is hereby created and established a board to be known as the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners, to be composed of three doctors of chiropractic of integrity and ability, who shall at the time of their appoi-ntment be actual bona fide residents of the State of Florida for at least two years, continuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are graduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. (Ch. 9330, Acts 1923, 1.)
Penalty for practicing chiropractic in violation of this Chapter: See 7707.
3436. Board; how appointed.- The Governor shall within thirty days after June 7, 1923, appoint three doctors of chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in section 3435, to constitute the members of this board. (Id. 2.)
3437. Board; term of office.-The term of office of the -first members of said board shall be as follows: One member of said board shall be appointed for one year, one f or two years, and one for three years, and they shall hold office until their successors are appointed and qualified; thereafter the terms of members of the board shall be for three years: Provided, that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is hereby empowered to make, shall be for the unexpired term. All appointments made by the Governor to fill vacancies on said board shall be made in accordance with the provisions and requirements of this Chapter. (Id. 3.)
3438. Board; organization-Said board of chiropractic examiners shall c onvene within thirty days after their appointment and qualification, organize by electing one of their number as president, one as vice-president, and one as secretary-treasurer. At the regular meeting of said board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said board shall reorganize by electing said officeers as above specified. (Id. 4.)
3439. Board; meetngs.-Said board shall hold regular sessions for examinations at such places as the board may determine, commencing on the second Monday in January and July, respectively, of each year, and shall continue in session until the business before the said board shall have been fliihed. Special meetings may be called and held at such time and place as the president and secretary-treasurer may determine. At least thirty days' notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. (Id. 5.)
3440. Board; duties.-The said board shall adopt a seal which shall be afixed to all certificates issued by the said board, and to such othir papers requiring the same. The said board shall have the power to make and enforce all proper rules and regulations necessary for the conduct of its business, not in conflict with law. Said board may take testimony concerning any matter within its jurisdiction, and in the discharge of their official duties each member thereof is hereby empowered to administer oaths. (Id. 6.)
3441. Board; licensing.-All doctors of chiropractic, practicing in the State of Florida, June 7, 1923, and holding certificates to practice chiropractic in the State under the provisions of Chapter 7821, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1919, shall be entitled to receive certificates to practice from the said board, without paying any fee therefor, providing application shall be made tb said board prior to January 1st, A. D. 1924. (Id. 7.)




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3442. Applicants; qualifications. Any person wishing the right to practie
chiropractic in this :State before it shall be lawful for him or her to do so., shall make application to said board of chiropractic examiners, through its secretary-treasurer, in such form and in such manner as may be required by said board, at least twenty days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said board. Each applicant shall be a full time graduate of a recognized chartered chiropractic school or college, and having completed a' course ofthree years of not less than six months -each, said school or college requiring
not less than three thousand hours active attendance in the same, the time spent in night, or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said
three thousand hours.
Applications shall be made in applicant 's own 'handwriting, and shall be
signed by the applicant in his own handwriting, and shall be sworn to before some officer authorized to administer oaths, and shall recite the history of applicant as to his educational advantages, his experience in matters pertaining to a knowledge of the care of the sick, how long he has studied chiropractic, what collateral branches he has studied, the length of time he has been engaged in clinical practice; accompanying the same by reference thereto, with any proof thereof in the shape of a diploma. Certificates of attendance from the school or college from which he is a graduate, stating dates of matriculation, graduation, and number of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence
of good character and reputation. (Id. 8.)
3443.-Fees.-There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the Florida
State board of chiropractic examiners by each applicant for certificate, a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the application. A fee of ten dollars shall be charged for a second examination. The board of examiners may grant a license without examination to licentiates of boards from other States who meet the requirements of this Chapter, and shall satisfy the board that it is his intention to become a bona fide resident and practitioner in this State, and shall have passed the examination under board where he was licensed, and a certificate from that board showing that he is of good reputation and has practiced at least one year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of fifty dollars shall be charged f or issuing a
license by reciprocity. (Id. 9.)
3444. Methods-Examination for license to practice chiropractic shall be
made by said board according to the method deemed by it to be the most practicable and expeditious to test the applicants' qualifications. Examination papers shall be designated by number, and -not by name of applicant, so that the identity of the applicant will not be disclosed to members ,of the said
board until after the examination papers are graded. (Id. 10.)
34.45. Subjects.-All examinations shall be made in writing, the subjects
of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, physiology, hygiene, symptomatology, nerve-tracing, chiropractic analysis, orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by chiropractic schools and colleges. A certificate shall be granted to' all applicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum of all questions asked; and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum of all questions asked on any one branch of said examination, he or she
shall not be entitled to a certificate. (I1d. 11.)
3446. Definition.-Any chiropractor who has complied with the provisions
of this Chapter may adjust by hand the articulation of the spinal column, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug now or hereafter included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as
hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics or osteopathy. (Id. 12.)




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3447. To procure license.-All doctors of chiropractic must first procure a certificate to practice chiropractic from the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners, and present same bef ore State and county tax collector before said tax collector shall issue him or her a state and county license to practice chiropractic in the State of Florida. (Id. 13.)
3448. Record of certificates; suspension; revocation; procedure; reissue of certificate.-All certificates issued by the board shall be in such f orin as the said board may prescribe. -Before any certificate is issued by said board, it shall be numbered and recorded in a book kept for the purpose by the secretary-treasurer, and the number of certificate shall be n"ted thereon. Such record shall be open to public inspection, and in all actions or proceedings in any court, a transcript, or any part thereof, certified to by the secretary-treasurer under the seal of the said board to be a true copy, shall be entitled to admission in evidence.
The board shall have power at any time to inquire into the identity of any person claiming to hold a certificate to practice chiropractic in the State of Florida, and after due service of a notice in writing, requiring him or her to prove to the satisfaction of said board, that he or she is the person authorized to practice chiropractic under the certificate by virtue of which he or she claims the privilege to practice chiropractic in this State. When the said board finds that a person claiming to be the holder of a certificate to practice chiropractic in said State is not in fact the person to whom the certificate was issued, it shall reduce its findings to writing and file them in its office. Such findings shall be prima facie evidence that the person mentioned therein is falsely impersonating the person to whom a certificate to practice chiropractic in said State was issued of a like or different name.
Charges may be preferred to the board against the holder of certificate to practice chiropractic in said State for fraud or deceit in securing such certificate, or that the holder thereof no longer possesses a good moral character, or that he or she has been convicted of a violation of any law of the State, or that he or she solicits patients through an agent, or that he or she is addicted to the use of narcotic drugs, or in any way or manner is guilty of making -false, fraudulent, misleading, extravagant or grossly improbable claims or. statements as to the efficacy or value of the science of practice of chiropractic in the cure or treatment of any disease or group of diseases, or in any way is guilty of any deception or fraud in the practice of chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Chapter. Upon the receipt of such charges, the board upon an affirmative vote of two of its members may suspend the certificate of the person against whom such charges have been preferred. Immediately, but not more than ten
days after such suspension, the holder of such certificate so suspended shall be notified thereof in writing, and shall also be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall also be notified in writing of the time and place for the hearing of said charges by the said board, which notice of the said time and place shall not be more than twenty days from the date of said suspension, further time may be granted by said board for said hearing upon application of the accused. Said notice and copy of said charges may be sent by registered mail, postage prepaid to the last known residence or address of the accused, as shown from the files of the board, which shall be construed as sufficient notice to the accused of the suspension of his or her said certificate, and of the time and place of the hearing by said board of the charges so preferred. The said board is hereby authorized to hold special meetings for the hearing of said charges.
At said hearing the accused shall have the right to cross-examine witnesses against him or her, and produce witnesses in his or her behalf and to appear personally or by counsel. The said board shall keep a record of said hearing, and the testimony so taken and its findings on said charges. If the boatd by




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a unanimous affirmative vote shall sustain said charges, it may revodke said certificate of the accused, and in which event the board shall thereupon give: written notice in the same manner as provided for the giving of said- iiotite of suspensions, to the said holder of said certificate, which has been so revoked.
by said board, whereupon the said holder of said certificate which has -been so revoked shall have the right within sixty days to appeal to any court 6f law or equity having jurisdiction, from the action of said board in revokitg said.
'certificate, and the said action of the board shall be subject to review'and decision of said court, or of any appellate court, if an appeal be taken In the event the said holder of said certificate, which has been so- revoked shall not within sixty days appeal from the decision of the board, in the manner aforesaid, then the action of said board in revoking said certificate shall be -final. The action of the board shall be recorded in the same manner as~ certificates are recorded, and the name of the person whose certificate is so revoked shall be stricken from the list of certificate holders, and he or she s~iall be disqualified from practicing chiropractic in the State of Florida. (Id. 14.)
3419. 'Issue and reissue of cortificates.-48aid board may, at any time
after the refusal or revocation of a certificate for good and sufficient reason appearing to it, by a unanimous vote, issue certificate to the person affected, conferring upon him or her all the rights and privileges of and pertaining to the practice of chiropractic, as defined and regulated by this Chapter. Any person to whom such certificate has been issued, as provided in this section, shall pay to the secretary-treasurer of said board the sum of twent'y-five dollars upon the issuance thereof: Provided, however, that before the said board shall issue a certificate to an applicant to whom certificate has been refused upon the grounds in this Chapter stated, or restored the certificate of any person which may have been revoked, the board shall publish notice in a newspaper of general circulation, once a week for two consecutive weeks, of the application before said board to issue or reissue the certificate of the person to whom a certificate has been refused, or a person whose certificate has been revoked, to the end that opportunity may be afforded to any person to show cause to the board why such application should not be acted upon
by said board. (Id. 15.)
3450. Recording of certiflcate.-Every person who shall receive a certificate from the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners shall have it recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which he resides, and shall likewise have it recorded in the county to which he may subsequently move for the purpose of practicing chiropractic. The failure or refusal on the part of the holder of a certificate to have, it recorded before he or she shall begin the practice of chiropractic in this State, after having been notified by the secretary-treasurer of the said board to do so, shall be sufficient ground to warrant the said board to revoke said
certificate and render it null and void. (Id. 16.)
3451. Disposition of fees.--IAll examination fees received by the State
board of chiropractic examiners under this Chapter shall be securely kept by the secretary-treasurer of said board and remitted to or deposited with
the State Treasurer of Florida as hereinafter provided. (Id. 17.)
3452. Annual statement.--s-The secretary-treasurer of said board shall,
within thirty days after the adjournment of their regular meeting -of. said board in January of each year hereafter render a true and correct swo~n statement of account to the Comptroller of this State, showing all fiids collected or received by the said board, and he shall at the same time remit
to the State Treasurer all moneys received by him. (Id. 18.)
34,53. Duties of State Treasurer.-The State 'Treasurer shall receive and
keep the said moneys in a special fund to be designated by him and shall pay the same out on warrants drawn by the Comptroller of the State upon vouchers issued and signed by the president and secretary-treasurer of said.




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board. So -much of said money as may be necessary shall be used to defray the necessary expenses of the said board in the discharge of their official duties and as compensation for their services in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter. (Id. 19.)
3454. Secretary-treasurer to keep records.-It shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer to keep a record or records in which shall be recorded the name and residence of all persons to whom certificates have been granted by the board, as well as the name and residence of all persons who have been refused certificates and the revocation of certificates. He shall also keep accurate books of accounts and such other books as may be necessary in which to record all the acts and proceedings of said board, said books and records to be open at all reasonable times to public inspection, and subject to examination by the State auditor. (Id. 20.)
3455. Bond of secretary-treasurer.-The said secretary-treasurer of said board shall give bond, to be approved and kept by the Comptroller, in the sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the Governor of Florida, and his successors in office, and conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties, and for the true and accurate accounting and payment of all funds received by him under the 'provisions of this Chapter to the State Treasurer as herein provided. (lId. 21.)
3456. Payment of expenses.-All members of said board shall receive a per diem of twenty dollars for each day during which they shall be actually engaged in the discharge of their duties, .and mileage at the rate of four cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and from any place of meeting of said board. Such per diem and mileage, and such other incidental expenses incurred by the said board in the discharge of their duties, including necessary stenographic work for secretary-treasurer, and in compliance with the provisions of this Chapter, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State board of examiners, and not otherwise. (Id. 22.)
3457. Accredited colleges.-The board of chiropractic examiners are herebempowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any chiropractic school or college. In determining the reputation and standing of any chiropractic school or college the right to investigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorized, such investigation not to be made at the expense of said board. (Id. 23.)
3458. Board of health regulations.--jAll licensed chiropractors shall observe and be subject to all state and municipal regulations relating to the control of contagious and infectious diseases, sign death certificates and comply with all laws pertaining to public health, reporting to the proper authority as other practitioners are required to do. (Id. 24.)
3459. Suspension of board members.-The Governor may suspend any member of said board for misfeasance, malfeasance, gross inefficiency or misconduct, or upon any of the constitutional grounds upon which officers may be suspended by the Governor of this State. (Id. 25.)
7707. Practicing chiropractic without license, etc .-Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice chiropractic as defined in section 3446, and in violation of the provisions of sections 3435-3462, or any person who shall buy, sell or fraudulently obtain any diploma or license to practice chiropractic, whether recorded or not, who shall use the title chiropractor, D. C., Ph. C., Ml. C., Bs. C., or any word or title to induce the public to belief that he or she is engaged in the practice of chiropractic, without first complying with the provisions of sections 3435-3462, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six m6nths, or both fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Each adjustment




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or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any advertisement~ or sign of whatsoever nature to induce the public to believe that one is a chiropractor or practices chiropractic, shall be prima facie evidence of his or her guilt: Provided, the person displaying such sign or causing such advertisements has not been licensed to practice chiropractic under sections 3435-3462. -(Ch.
9330, Acts 1923, 26.)
3460. Non-interference with other method or science of healing.-1Nothing
in this :Chapter shall be construed to apply to or in any manner interfere with any other method or science of healing in this State, the person practicing such other method or science of healing having been theretofore licensed to so
practice under any law of this State. (Id. 27.)
3461. Duties of prosecuting attorneys.-It shall be the duty of the several
State and county prosecuting attorneys of this State to prosecute all persons charged with the violation of any of the provisions of this Chapter, and it shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer of the board, under the direction of said board, to assist said prosecuting attorneys by furnishing them evidence of violations of this Chapter whenever they come into possession of same.
The board may employ an attorney at law to assist the said prosecuting attorneys in all prosecutions under this Chapter, or may employ an attorney at law to prosecute violations of this Chapter independent of such prosecuting
attorneys. (Id. 28.)
3462. Effect of partial invalidity of Chapter.--I4f for any reason any
section, provision, clause or any part of this Chapter shall be held to be unconstitutional and invalid, then that fact shall not affect or destroy the validity or constitutionality of any other section, provision, clause or part *of this Chapter, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid and the remaining portions of this Chapter shall be enforced without regard to
the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. (Id. 29.)










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6 Name Bible, C. J. Bickerstaff, J. H.. Biddle, J. K. Biddle, P. D. Bidwell, A. M. Bieker, A. J. Bieker, A. M. Biggs, E. L. Billingsley, G. D.. Binkley, J. E. Bird, D. P. Bird, T. Bishop, B. M. Bishop, J. W. Bitzer, E. W. Black, J. B. Black, M. E. Black, N. M. Black, R. 0. Blackmar, R. W.. Blackmon, H. J. Blackshear, R. I).. Blackshear, W. J.. Blair, W. M. Blake, A. W. Blake, L. W. Blake, W. C. Blalock, A. L. Blanchard, H. H.. Blankinship, R. Blanton, I. L. Blount, R. E. Boccelato, S. L. Boles, D. S. Boling, J. R. Bond, B. J. Boone, J. L.. Boorom, H. E. Boothe, R. C. Borland, J. L. Born, C. A. Bostelman, E. Bosworth, J. M., Jr. Bothwell, G. E. Bottari, G. C. Bouchelle, L. B. Boughton, H. Boulware, J. R., Jr. Bourke, J. J. Bowen, C. T. Bowen, J. T. Bowen, L. R. Bowman, R. N. Box, C. C. Boynton, O. E., Jr.. Bradford, W. H.. Bradshaw, J. T. Bradshaw, V. M.. Brady, H. A. Brame, D. D. Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Address Name .Miami .Pensacola .Ohio .Arizona .Tampa ... St. Petersburg .'..St. Petersburg .Starke .Miami West Palm Beach .Lakeland .Panama City .Archer .Lake City .Tampa .J acksonville .Clearwater .Miami .Plant City .Jacksonville .Tampa .Panama City .Panama City .West Palm Beach .Bartow (Col.) .Bradenton .Tampa .Madison .Wisconsin .New York .Macclenny . Ft. Lauderdale .Texas .Illinois .Tampa .Winter Haven .Jacksonville .Orlando .Ft. Pierce .Jacksonville .Pensacola ..Ft. Myers .Lakeland .Mayport ..Tampa .New Smyrna .Miami Beach .Lakeland .Dade City .Miami .Clearwater .Eustis .Miami Beach .Graceville .Georgia .Bay Pines .San Antonio .Tampa .Louisiana .Orlando Bramlitt, C. H Branch, C. H. H., Jr Brann, H. W. Brannen, C. Bransford, L. E Brantley, G. H.. Brantley, J. Q Brantley, Z. Bratley, F. G.. Brevard, E. M.. Brewer, W. A.. Brewster, G. O.. Brewster, W. A Brillhart, H. L Brink, F. A.. Brinson, H. Brinson, J. B., Jr Brinson, P. A Brinson, W. D Britt, R. Broadbent, O. P Bronstein, E. Brown, A. DeW Brown, A. G.. Brown, E. E.. Brown, E. F. Brown, F. L.. Brown, H. O Brown, J. O.. Brown, J. W. Brown, L. Y. L Brown, 0. C. Brown, R. G.. Brown, R. L., Jr. Browne, R. W Browne, V. M Bruce, J. R. Brungard, O. D Brunner, E. C Brunson, F. A Brunson, H. B Brunson, J. E.. Brush, S. P.. Bryan, C. H.. Bryan, W. H Bryans, H. L Bryant, J. M. Buck, W. J. Buekman, T. E Buckmaster, O. L Bucknell, H. Buff, J. H.. Bullard, O. P Bullard, W. P. Bunker, L. L.. Burch, R. N Burgner, B. A Burgner, B. H Burke, A.

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Creekmore, G. R. Creel, C. E. .Pahokee Creel, W. J. Cribbins, 0. H. Crockett, E. W. Croft, G. W. Croft, T. G. Cross, W. F. Crouch, E. C. Crozier, G. T. Crum, J. W. Crump, J. E. .Winter Haven Cullipher, E. W. Cumming, R. C. Cunningham, L. W. Currence, J. D. Curtis, W. L. .Georgia D Dailey, I. A. Dalton, B. W. Dame, G. A. Dame, L. H. Daniel, S. B. Daniels, B. A. Daniels, J. P. Daniels, S. H. Darrow, A. A. Daves, F. E. Davis, C. L. Davis, C. W. Davis, G. A. Davis, G. 0. Davis, H. F. Davis, J. A. Davis, J. B. Davis, J. C. Davis, J. E. Davis, K. McC. Davis, T. H. Davis, W. M. Dawkins, N. J. Dawson, G. M. Dawson, S. A. Da y, G. Day, G. H. Day, H. A. Deal, C. C. Dean, R. H. DeArmas, C. R. DeBoe, M. P.. Dees, J. E. Dell, J. M. Dell, J. M., Jr. Del Sol, L. G. Demko, F. Denison, R. C.. Denton, J. T.. DePass, M. H. .Micanopy .Vernon .Inverness .Inverness Jacksonville (Col.) .Tampa .Pensacola .Orlando (Col.) Ft. Lauderdale .Chattahoochee .Okeechobee .Daytona Beach .DeLand .Madison .Miami .Winter Garden Daytona Beach .Quincy .St. Petersburg .Delray Beach .Chipley .St. Petersburg .Vernon .West Palm Beach .St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Miami .Orlando .Auburndale .Jacksonville .Tampa .Miami .Miami .Gainesville .Gainesville .Tampa .Missouri .Lake Worth .Sanford .Gainesville Name De Poo, J. DeVane, W. G DeVilbiss, L. A DeVore, E. M. Dey, W. P.. Dickerson, L. B Dickerson, R. J Dickerson, S. B Dickinson, J. 0 Dicks, R. E. Dillard, T. H Dixon, A. A.. Dobrin, M.. Dodd, W. E.. Dodds, W. H Dodge, P. L Dodson, M. W Doern, W. G. Dominguez, J. A. Donald, E. Douglass, J. E Dow, E. LeR.. Dowlen, O. S Dowling, J. B Downing, S. W Downs, A. S.. Dozier, H. C Dozier, L. L Draper, A. D Draughn, D. M Drennen, W. E Drew, C. L Drew, H. R. Drexel, A. E Drieling, A. W. Driscoll, F. J Driskell, S. E Duffin, C. E Duke, R. R Dunaway, C. E Duncan, C. F.. Duncan, W. P Dunn, J. C Dunne, H. E Dunst, C. G.. Dux, H. M.. Dyer, W. H Dyess, C. T. Dyett, J. H. R.. Dykes, 0. Dyrenforth, L. Y Early, C. S Ebert, J. W.. Echard, T. B.. Eckman, B. F Edmundson, F. B Edwards, G. H

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 11 Address Name Address .Wimauma St. Augustine .Miami .Bradenton .Ft. Myers .Hollywood .Michigan North Carolina .Winter Park .Jacksonville .... Homestead .Brooksville .Illinois G.Gainesville .Miami Tennessee B.Miami S.Clermont .Melbourne .J acksonville J. E.Virginia C.Utah .Pahokee .West Palm Beach .Molino E.St. Petersburg .Miami .St. Petersburg J. P ensacola .Sanford .Orlando .Tampa .Kentucky .Tampa Ft. Lauderdale C.Ohio .Minnesota .West Palm Beach .New Smyrna B.Jacksonville West Palm Beach .St. Petersburg .Georgia W.Coral Gables .Melbourne .Tampa F.Arcadia .Winter Haven Daytona Beach (Col.) .Alabama .Miami .Marianna .Gainesville .Miami .Miami .Miami .North Carolina .Pensacola .Orlando Hofling, C. A., Jr.Ohio Hogan, C. M.Georgia Holden, G. R.Jacksonville Holland, H. G.Leesburg Jolley, J. O.Milton Holley, J. F.Alabama Hollingsworth, S. G.Bradenton Holloway, E. W.Tampa Holloway, L. W.Jacksonville Holly, A. P. B.Miami (Col.) Holmes, A. G. H.Miami Holmes, R. J.Miami Holton, W. J.Plant City Hopkins, W. B.Tampa Horne, H. F.Jacksonville Horne, L. W.St. Petersburg Horton, W.Winter Haven Hosey, J. T.Palatka Hoskins, W. H.Venice Ilotard, R. F.Winter Park Hotchkiss, W. T.Miami Beach Howard, A. R.Massachusetts Howard, R. E.Ft. Lauderdale Howe, R. (Raymond).Daytona Beach Howe, R. (Roy).Daytona Beach Howell, H. S.Chattahoochee Howell, H. W.Delaware Howell, R. S.Miami Hubbard, J. C.Oklahoma Hubert, M. A.Georgia Hudson, A. T.St. Petersburg Hudson, P. J.Crystal River Huggins, E. L.Freeport Hughes, N. A.Tennessee Hughes, R. L.Bartow Hughes, R. S.Ocala (Col.) Hughes, T. W.Missouri Hughes, V. A.Jacksonville Hughlett, W. S.Africa Humphreys, D. G.Fernandina Humphries, H. H.Jacksonville Hunter, I. H.Georgia Hutchings, E. H.Georgia Hutson, T. W.Miami I Ickstadt, A., Jr. Ilderton, J. A.. Ingersoll, J. M. Ingram, H. C.. Ingram, L. C.. Ira, G. H.. Irons, F. E. Ives, H. A. Ives, W. M. Izlar, A. L. Izlar, W. H.. .... California .Vermont .Miami .Orlando .Orlando .Jacksonville Winter Haven .Jacksonville .... Lake City .Clermont .Pennsylvania

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 13 Address Name Address .Miami St. Petersburg .Lakeland .Miami .Maryland .Idaho St. Petersburg .Georgia .Tampa .Lakeland West Virginia .Miami West Palm Beach .Miami Pennsylvania .Miami .Louisiana .Jacksonville Miami Beach .Ocala .Ft. Meade St. Augustine Okeechobee St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Pensacola .Panama City ... .Ft. McCoy .Miami .Miami St. Petersburg .St. Augustine .Madison Palatka (Col.) .Alabama ..... Ft. Myers .Miami .Miami .Pennsylvania .Tampa .Dover .Nichols .Miami .Tangerine .Miami St. Petersburg .Miami .Jacksonville Jacksonville .Orlando .California .Dunnellon Apopka Miami McCallum, A. S.. McCartney, J. N.. McClamroch, J. M. McClane, F. E. McCleary, J. R.. McClellan, G. S. McClellan, P. T.. MeClosky, B. M.. McClure, H. A. McClure, J. G. McConnell, W. C.. MacCordy, E. C.. McCormick, W. M. McCoy, T. S. McCrary, R. C. McDaniel, R. L.. McDaniels, G. T.. McDonald, C. W.. MacDonell, G. N.. McDowell, W. McDuffee, T. M... McEachern, J. R.. McEuen, H. B. McEwan, D. T. McEwan, J. S. McFeeters, R. B.. McGeachy, J. S.. McGinnis, R. H.. McGrath, W. E.. McGregor, G. G.. Me Griff, W. F. McGugan, A. McGuire, J. J. McGunagle, J. E.. Mclver, R. B. McKenzie, A. C.. McKenzie, E. N.. McKenzie, J. A.. McKenzie, J. S.. McKibben, W. W. McKinley, F. J... McKinnon, D. A.. McEjiight, G. S.. MeLane, J. N. McLaury, E. McLeod, N. W... McLeod, T. McMath, W. B. McMullen, D. B.. McMurray, J. W.. McNamar, W. D.. McNeill, L. W.... McQueen, A. B.. McRae, A. J. MeShane, J. K.. McSwain, G. H... McSween, J. C., Jr. .New Jersey .Miami .Miami .St. Petersburg .Ohio .Pompano .Vero Beach .Tampa .Tallahassee .Louisiana .St. Petersburg ..St. Petersburg .Pennsylvania .Bradenton .Tennessee .Jacksonville New Smyrna (Col.) .DeFuniak Springs .Miami .Indiana .Manatee .Tampa .Jacksonville .Orlando .Orlando .Carrabelle .Chipley .Jacksonville .Alabama .New Hampshire .Niceville .Winter Park .DeFuniak Springs ...Miami .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Miami .Miami .Miami .Miami .Oklahoma .Marianna .Avon Park .Pensacola .Hollywood .Aucilla .Lacoochee .Georgia .Clearwater .Bartow .South Jacksonville .Bartow (Col.) .St. Petersburg .New York .Miami .Arcadia .DeFuniak Springs

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 15 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Address Name Address .Leesburg O'Brien, R. K.St. Petersburg .Miami OÂ’Dell, J. C., Jr.Jacksonville .Sarasota Odeneal, T. H.Massachusetts .Winter Park Oertel, H. B.Orlando .Georgia Oetjen, G. F.Jacksonville .Miami Oetjen, L. H.Leesburg .Virginia OÂ’Hara, A. M.Sneads Port Tampa City OÂ’Hara, F. S.Illinois .Titusville Olaechea, L. R.Tampa .DeLand Oppenheimer, L. S.Tampa .Virginia Oppenheimer, R. H.Georgia ...Jacksonville OÂ’Quinn, C. A.Perry .Bartow OÂ’Quinn, L. H..Hialeah .Mulberry Orr, L. McD., Jr.Orlando St. Petersburg Ortega, R.Tampa Lake City (Col.) Osborne, L. J.New York .Georgia Osenbach, W.Orlando Apalachicola Osineup, G. S.Orlando ... Michigan Otto, T. O.Miami Rhode Island Overstreet, E. J.Georgia West Virginia Overstreet, G. C.Lakeland .Connecticut Owen, R. W. S.St. Petersburg .Parrish Owens, J. D.Jacksonville .Tampa Owens, J. H.Jacksonville Daytona Beach Owens, W. D.Miami Beach P .Tennessee Page, C. W.Chipley DeLeon Springs Page, W. C.Cocoa .Canada Page, W. G.Orlando ..Orlando Palmer, B. H.Miami .Miami Palmer, H. E..Tallahassee .Louisiana Palmer, H. G.St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Panettiere, C..Miami Beach .Tampa Paniello, S.Tampa .Clearwater Papot, G. E.West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Park, C. L.Sanford .Miami Park, M. B.New Jersey .Bartow Parker, J. A.Miami .Stuart Parker, J. D.Stuart ...Ft. Myers Parkinson, W. N.Pennsylvania .Miami Parks, W. B.Starke .Lake City Parmley, L. E.Texas .... Alabama Parnell, H. E.Everglades ...Clearwater Parramore, J. B.Jacksonville Panama City Pasco, J. D.Jacksonville .Pensacola Patchen, G. W.Melbourne .... Pensacola Pate, J. C.Tampa .Pensacola Paterson, R. S.Alabama ...New York Patterson, J. C.Sarasota Jacksonville Patterson, J. P.Jacksonville (Col.) Miami Springs Patterson, W..Tampa ...Jacksonville Patterson, W. A.Georgia (Col.) West Palm Beach Paul, L. H.Bonifay West Palm Beach Paulk, G. A.Miami .St. Augustine Pay, W. C.DeLand Payne, W. C.Pensacola Payton, F. J..Miami Beach .Dover Peacock, W. F.Bartow .Jacksonville Peacock, W. H.Wauchula

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16 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Pearce, C. C. Pearce, N. 0. Pearson, H. C. Pearson, H. L., Jr. Pearson, J. B.. Pearson, N. T. .Miami Pearson, B. J. Pearson, B. J. .Tampa Peavy, H. J. ... .Ft. Lauderdale Peek, E. G. .Ocala Peel, G. T. Pender, M. S. Pennington, B. Y. Pepper, M. Peppers, G. S. Perdue, J. J. .Miami Beach Perdue, J. B.. Perez, M. A. Perkins, F. A. Perkins, G. E. Perkins, H. Perry, C. L. .Miami Peters, E. Peterson, C. A. Peyton, H. A. Phillips, K.. .Miami Phillips, L. C. Pierpont, J. H. .Pensacola Pines, J. A. Pinholster, J. H. .Georgia Pinkham E. W. Pintado, N. C. Key West Pittman, J. H. .West Palm Beach Pittman, J. L., Jr. .Georgia Pollock, B. Pomeroy, W. L. .Miami Beach Porro, G. Porter, H. W. Porter, J. Y., Jr. Portocarrero, N. A. Post, W. G., Jr. Potter, G. W. Potthoff, E. W. .Titusville Poucher, A. A. .Wauchula Pound, J. H. Powell, J. A. .West Palm Beach Prather, B. T. Preston, H. F. Price, C. J. Price, J. M. Puffer, M. L. .Michigan Puleston, F. .Daytona Beach Puleston, S. .Sanford Pumpelly, W. C. .Ft. Pierce Putman, J. H. .Miami Q Quasser, A. B. .Jacksonville Quicksall, J. B. Name Quillman, F. L. Quina, M. E.. Baap, G. Baborn, J. D Bagsdale, V. H Bamsay, W. D Bandall, F. H.. Bandall, G. M.. Bandolph, J. H Bank, A. T. Bankin, G. O Bash, J. O. W Bathbun, G. L Bavenel, J. J.. Bawlings, J. E, Bay, Boy. Bector, L. T.. Bedding, J. L Beed, F. A.. Beeves, E. E Beiss, G. S. Bemington, A. C Bens haw, F. G Bentz, L. S.. Bentz, W. C Bepass, B. E.. Beynolds, J. H Bhoden, J. W Bhodes, B. M. Bhodes, T. W Biehards, F. Bichardson, G. W Bichardson, J. C Bichardson, J. B Bichardson, S. A. Bicker, S. F.. Biley, J. S. Binaman, J. C. Bivers, T. M Bobak, J. L.. Boberts, E. H. Boberts, S. J Boberts, T. H Boberts, W. C.. Bobertson, J. C Bobinson, L. F. Bobinson, S. M Bobson, J. N Boche, C. F.. Bogers, A. E. Bogers, H. B Bogers, M. J.. Bogers, W. W Boles, C. L.. Bollins, C. D.. Boope, A. P.. Boper, L. E..

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18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Smith, D. F. Smith, D. L., Jr. .South Carolina Smith, H. D Smith, H. M. Smith, J. A. .Homestead Smith, J. A. Smith, J. R. Smith, J. S... Smith, J. W. Smith, M. C. Smith, M. H. Smith, P. G. Smith, iS. F. Smith, W. H. Y. Smoak, E. Snow, H. 0. Snow, J. W., Jr. Snyder, J. W. Solomon, H. D. Sory, B. B., Jr. Sory, C. H. Sory, J. R. .Lake Worth Spearman, M. W. Spears, B. D. Spell, J. C. Spencer, J. J. Spengler, N. L. Spicer, R. T. Spiers, W. H. Spires, R. B. Spires, W. G. Spooner, D. S. Spoto, J. S. Sprinkle, D. L. .Texas Stafford, A. H. Stafford, C. S. .Tampa Stallworth, N. T.. .Jay Stanford, J. A.. Stanton, G. Stapleton, E. A. Stapleton, J. B. Stapleton, J. L. Staps, A. E. Starke, G. H. Starke, L. C. Stebbins, A. L. Steely, J. A. Steen, A. M. Stem, L. T. Stephens, H. A. Stephens, S. E. Stern, M. Stetson, A. G. C. .Lakeland Stevens, H. J. .Titusville Stevens, R. E. Stevens, W. S. Stewart, J. S., Jr. Stimson, H. Stinson, W. M. Name Stocking, J. T. Stokes, T. H. Stollenwerck, A. I) Stone, A. L. Stone, Y. D. Stoner, C. H. Stormont, R. M Stovall, R. H.. Strange, J. L.. Strickland, E. E Strickland, H. M Strickland, J. A Stringer, S. Strode, R. C.. Strong, C. J.. Strong, S. B.. Strong, S. M.. Strumpf, I. J.. Stuart, J. D.. Stuart, M. H.. Stuteville, E.. Stutts, B. S.. Sugg, W. D. Sullivan, R. R.. Sullivay, R. L Summerlin, J. L Summers, A. T Summitt, R. E. Sunday, E. J... Sutter, L. M.. Swift, E. C.. Tallman, M. H Taylor, B. E.. Taylor, H. M.. Taylor, J. E.. Taylor, J. W.. Taylor, K. P. A Taylor, T. W.. Teasley, G. H... Teeter, E. H.. Terrill, J. W.. Thach, A. B.. Thames, J. G.. Thames, R. Thomas, A. F.. Thomas, D. R.. Thomas, E. C Thomas, K. C Thomas, M. D.. Thomas, R. Thomas, R. Y. H Thomas, W. C.. Thomas, W. H.. Thompson, C. M.. Thompson, D. C. Thompson, F. E Thompson, J. A

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 29 Kendrick, Odis Gilben McClure, Herbert A. Moor, Frederick Clifton Palmer, Henry Edwards Khodes, Bricey Milton Salley, Samuel Marion Wilkinson, Benjamin A. Williams, John L. Wilson, James W. rampa* (Hillsborough) Adamson, William P. Allen, Bundy Altree, Rowland Francis Alvarez, Ysmael Angulo Andrews, Chadbourne A. Archie, Edw. Oscar (Col.) Barker, Frank Talmage Bartlett, Charles W. Bergman, Sam Bidwell, Alfred Morrell Bitzer, Emory West Blackmon, Heyward Jas. Blake, William Campbell Boling, John Radford Bottari, Giulio Cesare Bradshaw, Virgil Marlow Bronstein, Emmanuel Brown, Harold Ogden Bustillo, Adrian Ramon Butchart, T. R. Camera, Antonino Valentino Cameron, Fay A. Carlton, Leland F. Chandler, Julian C. Clement, Walter Bertram Cook, George Lindsay Cook, Henry M. Costa, Frank John Cowart, James Taylor Crum, James Wilhite Daniels, Benjamin A. DeArmas, Chas. Robert Del Sol, Luis Garcia Dickerson, R. Johnson Dickerson, Stephen Boyer Dickinson, Joshua Clifton Dominguez, Jose A. Draper, Arthur Derby Duke, Roncie Renfro Duncan, William Peyton Dyer, Walter Harmon Efird, Lester Julian Ely, Revel A. Etheredge, Shuler Hardin Faver, Henry Merrell Ferlita, Americo James Ferrante, Gaetano C. Filbert, Charles Edward Forbes, Sherman B. Foster, J ohn Cantzon Francis, Frank D. Garcia, Parsons Manuel Gilbert, Elsie Martinson Gilmer, Eugene Stanford Glass, Roscoe Eugene Gonzalez, Aurelio Andres Gonzalez, Leo Cao Grable, James Stuart Grantham, James Mullins Grimal, Angel S. Gyland, Stephen P. Halton, Jack Hampton, Ham S. Hardy, George Edward Webb, Jr. Helms, John Sullivan, Jr. Henderson, RobÂ’t Preston Higgins, Allen Fitch Holloway, E. W. Hopkins, William B. Jefferson, Rollin Jensen, Henry Jack Jobson, Alex Metteauer Charles Johnson, G. W. P. (Col.) Johnson, Samuel Edward (Col.) Knauf, Arthur Raymond Lake, Esley Taylor Lassman, George A. Lentjes, Frederick Lowry, Blackburn W. McClosky, B. Martin McEachern, J. R. Maner, George Ralph Marcus, Nathan L. Marney, Charles R. Martin, Douglas D. Martorell, Abelardo Mas, Juan Amado Megna, Jerome Anth'ony Meighen, Douglas Gordon Metzger, Frank C. Mills, Herbert R. Mills, John Herman Milton, Philip Elington Mitchell, Lueien B. Mols, Edith Paula Moore, John Terrell Myers, Wade Cooper Nelson, Robert Goree Olaechea, Luis Rey Oppenheimer, Louis Sims Ortega, Rafael Paniello, Santiago Pate, Julien Carey Patterson, William Pearson, Richard J. Perez, Manuel A. Porro, Gustavo Portocarrero, Nestor A. Rankin, Grover Cleveland Rowlett, William Monroe Sainz, Juan Silverio Saxton, Jesse J. Scolaro, Joseph Domenico Shaver, Edward Franklin Smith, Burdette Smith, H. Mason Smoak, Edward Snow, Henry Oscar Spengler, Nathaniel L. Spoto, Joseph Salvatore Stafford, Charles S. Stone, Alvord L. Stringer, Sheldon Taylor, Joseph W. Tison, Burnett Maxey Torbett, Ralph S. Trelles, Jorge A. Truelsen, Thomas Vaughan, Cecil Watkins, John Overbey, Jr. Weekley, Augustine S. White, Jacob Augustus (Col.) Williams, R. Reche (Col.) Winton, Mack R. Tangerine: (Orange) Lust, Benedict Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Albaugh, Andrew P. Belcher, I. J. Burnette, Paul Cecil, Jr. Douglass, J. E. Gavin, Claudius A. Tsangaris, Theodore Tavares: (Lake) Colley, Sanford C. Titusville: (Brevard) Adams, Dallas Hilliard Munnell, Daniel M. Potthoff, Ernest W. Spell, James C. Stevens, Herbert J. Trenton: (Gilchrist) Adams, Clayton Alton, Jr. Raborn, John D. Umatilla: (Lake) Ashton, Wilbur Lee Toy, Samuel Holt Venice^ (Sarasota) Albee, Fred Houdlett Hoskins, William Hume Shelby, Edmund Pendleton Vernon: (Washington) Dalton, Bailey W. Dawkins, N. J.

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President f Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville R. L. Hughes, M.D., Bartow W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer Jacksonville P RECORDS .. FLO R 1 DA CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h. Director Jacksonville

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword During the calendar year 1935, a total of 351 Doctors of Oste opathy registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as com pared with the total of 341 for 1934, a total of 326 for 1933, a total of 336 for 1932, a total of 349 for 1931, a total of 336 for 1930, a total of 303 for 1929, and a total of 253 for 1928. A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor’s name and address (as of registration date). 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. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpre tation of certain statements contained therein. Chapter XVIII, Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 — Oste opaths, will be found in the back of this publication.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 Doctors of Osteopathy Address Name Address 0 Massachusetts Cahill, J. B.St. Petersburg ....New York Caine, A. B.Indiana -New York Calhoun, J. C.Ft. Lauderdale .Michigan Callison, C. P.Texas Massachusetts Carlson, O.Indiana • Carr, H. N.Orlando Carr, I. M.Tallahassee ....Ft. Myers Carter, W. C. C alifornia .Ocala Cathcart, N. H.Michigan .England Cave, F. A.St. Petersburg . Kentucky Chappell, A. G.Jacksonville .Missouri Claverie, J. B.Illinois St. Petersburg Clay, G. R.North Carolina .Pennsylvania Cochran, A. B. S.California .Punta Gorda Comstock, B. H.Lakeland .Iowa Conklin, H. L.New Jersey .Iowa Conklin, M. A.Miami .Ohio Conkling, M, T. H.Kentucky St. Petersburg Conn, M.New Jersey .Tampa Cottrell, M. K.Ohio St. Petersburg Covey, F. A.Maine Winter Haven Cox, M. M.Miami .Miami Cozart, J. A.Pennsylvania .New York Crain, W. L. I ndiana .Illinois Crosby, C. A.Illinois .Tampa Crutchfield, W. E.Miami ... Plant City Curry, E. K.Missouri .Tampa .Maine H .Hollywood Hamm, W. B.Wisconsin Ohio Havies, O. P.St. Petersburg .Miami Havis, C. H.Illinois ...... Miami Hay, E. E.Kentucky .California Hay, G. E.Tampa .Georgia Hay, M. C.Iowa Georgia Henniston, E. L.Pennsylvania .Michigan HeShaw, R. G.HeLand .Kansas Hewey, A. E.New York Indiana Hiebold, W. A.California 'Indiana Hoe, A. H.Zephyrhills Ohio Horrance, H. J.Pennsylvania ...... Virginia Hove, C. E.West Palm Beach Tampa Hove, N. H.West Palm Beach Illinois Huffe, P. E.Jacksonville ..Connecticut Punning, J. J.England ...North Carolina Dykes, A. L.Tennessee .Indiana West Palm Beach E .Kansas Elfrink, B. M.North Carolina .Rhode Island Ellison, W. H.St. Petersburg .Tsimpa Enright, T. M.Miami .Maine Eroh, C.St. Petersburg .Orlando Erwin, E. P.Miami .... Tennessee Erwin, M. B.Miami .Orlando .New York F Massachusetts Farr, B. H. 0.New Smyrna .Jacksonville Feather, E. B.Jacksonville ..Jacksonville Ferguson, D. M..Indiana

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Town, F. M. Towne, A. D. Treble, J. M. Tuttle, F. A. U Underwood, R. E. V Vandagrift, E. C.Ocala Van de Sande, T. W.New Jersey Veneman, F. M. Marsh.Indiana von Behren, F. F.West Palm Beach von Stirne, S. G. Cresswell.Wisconsin Vredenburgh, N. E.California W Walker, C. N. Walker, H. M. Waller, M. E. .Clearwater .Texas .Indiana Name Addr<3 Ward, D. C. Warren, C. S. Waybright, K. 0. Weber, W. G. Weissberg, E. B. Wheeler, G. D. Wheeler, S. E. Whitaker, H. K.. Williams, B. P. Wilson, H. C. Wilson, P. E. Wilson, R. E. Wilson, R. H. Wirt, F. C. Withers, A. M. Wunderlich, R. C.. . St. Petersbuj Z Ziegler, L. I. .India i i Doctors of Osteopathy Arcadia: (DeSoto) Gettinger, Donald Rufus Bartow: (Polk) Wilson, Paul Emerson Bradenton: (Manatee) Pierce, Emery George Pierce, Harold Vickery Pierce, M. Margaret Cleairwater: (Pinellas) Long, Richard Lewis Walker, Clarence Neel Dade City: (Pasco) Wirt, Frederick Cravens Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Harris, Frances Walton Heldt, Robert C. Murphy, Robert William O Â’Neill, Addison Robinson, Lloyd A. Wilson, Robert E. DeLand: (Volusia) DeShaw, Roy Gilbert Frison, George Warren Eustis: (Lake) Schumacher, Erwin Leopold iSpencer, Platt Rogers Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Calhoun, John Collier Shull, David Riley Ft. Myers: (Lee) Baird, John W. Seay, T. G. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Gainesville: (Alachua) Manchester, Raymond jGeorge Purdon, Walter F. Haines City: (Polk) Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: (Broward) Bingham, O. Alfred Jacksonville (Duval) Bush, Ida Ellis Bush, L. E. Chappell, Arthur George Duffe, Paul Edgar Feather, Effie B. Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Merner, Harry Burdette Richards, Truman J. Simpson, John Henry Thompson, Margaret S. Waybright, Kenneth O. Withers, Avis M. Kissimmee: (Osceola) Tindall, Charles C. Lakeland: (Polk) Comstock, Byron Herbert Keller, Fred B. Lumley, Leila Embrey Sommer, Charles Swartz, Clyde Haven Wheeler, Sarah E. Lake Wales: (Polk) Kingsbury, Louis C. Miami: (Dade) Beeman, Martin Scudder Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Conklin, Marion A. Cox, Martha M. Crutchfield, William E. Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Ferguson, Ralph B. Gahan, Leo Maurice Gingerich, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow Lynn, William D. McCormick, James J. McKinley, Carroll Alexander Powrie, James D. Richardson, Horace James Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Tillman, Carl Gustave Tuttle, Frances A. Weber, Winifred G. Miami Beach: (Dade) Miller, Louis Ranagan, Frances Josephini Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Mount Dora: (Lake) Richardson, Gerald A. New Smyrna: (Volusia) Farr, Bertrand H. C. Ocala: (Marion) Ball, Clarence Strouse Vandagrift, E. C.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 Eye, ear, nose and throat. Gynecology. Obstetrics. Professional ethics and efficiency. Medical jurisprudence. And all such other subjects as may be required and taught by standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery. (Id. §8.) 3425. E xamination of osteopathic physicians and surgeons.—The examina tion of those who desire to practice as osteopathic physicians and surgeons shall embrace those general subjects and topics including: 1 Anatomy. 8. Therapeutics. 2. Chemistry. 9. Surgery. 3. Physiology. 10. Gynecology. 4. Pathology. 11. Obstetrics. 5. Hygiene. 12. Medical jurisprudence. 6. Toxicology. 13. Practice of osteopathic medicine. 7. Diagnosis. A knowledge of which is commonly and generally required of candidates for a degree of doctor of osteopathy by a standard osteopathic college in the United States. (Id. §9.) 3426. License issued.—Each applicant who successfully passed the ex amination shall be entitled to a license, which carries with it the title doctor and physician with rights as defined in section 3423. (Id. §10.) 3427. Foreign license.—The State board of osteopathic medical examiners may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteopathy and who has passed an examination for admission into the medical corps of the United States Army, United States Navy, or the United States public health service. The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall have no authority to issue a license without examination except as hereinbefore in this section provided: 1. That the applicant is of good moral character. 2. That the requirements to practice in the State, Territory, Country or Province in which the applicant is already licensed be equal to those of this State. 3. That the applicant shall be required to pay the same fees as licentiates by examination. (Id. §11.) 3428. Display of license.—Every holder of a license shall display it in a conspicuous place in his principal office, place of business or employment. (Id. §12.) 3429. Privileges and obligations.—Osteopathic physicians and surgeons shall observe and be subject to all State and municipal regulations relative to reporting births and deaths and all matters pertaining to the public health, with equal rights and obligations as physicians of other schools of medicine, and such reports shall be accepted by the officers of the departments to which the same are made. 17

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 19 contain the name, place of business and residence, and the date and number of the license of every registered osteopathic physician. (Id. §16.) 3432. Recording of license.—The certification provided for hereinbefore shall, before the person to whom it is granted be entitled to practice by virtue thereof, be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court in the county in which such practitioner may reside or sojourn in a book to be kept by the clerk for that purpose, and when so recorded, the clerk shall certify thereon, under his official seal the fact and date of such record, and shall return such certificate to the person to whom the same was granted, and shall be entitled, for such service, to collect from the holder of such certificate, the legal fee for recording. (Id. $17.) 3433. Registration of osteopathic physicians.—This section provides for registration procedure as in Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927. 3434. Effect of partial invalidity of Chapter.—If any section or matter in this Chapter shall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid, it shall not affect the validity of fhe remaining parts of this Chapter, and said uncon stitutional or invalid part may be eliminated from this Chapter and the remaining portion or portions thereof shall be and remain in full force and effect and be as valid as if such invalid clause or section or matter had not been incorporated therein. (Id. $19.)

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS D. I. Rainey, D.C., Tallahassee, H. J. Wendland, D.C., Bradenton Frank R. Thornton, D.C., Orlando Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.

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Florida State Board of Health Foreword During the calendar year 1935, a total of 173 Doctors of Chiro practic registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as com pared with the total of 166 for 1934, a total of 168 for 1933, a total of 158 for 1932, a total of 154 for 1931, a total of 148 for 1930, and a total of 144 for 1928 and 1929. A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor’s name and address (as of registration date). 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. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpre tation of certain statements contained therein. Chapter XIX, Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 — Chiro practic, will be found in the back of this publication.

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7 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Chiropractic palachicola: (Franklin) Pournelle, Pinkney A., Jr. rcadia: (DeSoto) Burch, Eugene L. Rabb, Earle Alvin von Park: (Highlands) Morgan, Arch Marlin irtow: (Polk) Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Bethea, Walter V. Murdaugh, Henry Dial radenton: (Manatee) Fair, Fred E. Hauri, Henry ^ Wendland, Herman J. irooksville: (Hernando) Lanier, Clyde ishnell: (Sumter) S Mahan, Ethel Reed i Mahan, Harry Allen earwater: (Pinellas) [Blankenship, Iva Neil .Stephan, William Fred %  e rmont: (Lake) jTakahashi, T. (Jap.) jTakahashi, Jessie May ,’escent City: (Putnam) (Henson, Samuel Shirly jiytona Beach: (Volusia) (Baker, Emma Viola j Jensen, William pLand: (Volusia) Finley, Walter Arthur Harwood, S. Elizabeth .istis: (Lake) Cliff, Chester William ;. Lauderdale: (Broward) t Boyle, Eva Dell Boyle, George Martz Simonson, Marie R. b. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Smith, Blanche Ethel rostproof: (Polk) | Manley, Clifford pitland Park: (Lake) i Doud, Blanche R. kinesville: (Alachua) Hook, Cecil R. i Tallman, Ora Hubert aines City: (Polk) Murphy, Houston Hilliard ollywood: (Broward) Richholt, Esther Holmes Smith, Virgil B. jtckscnville: (Duval) [Brown, Thomas Uriah Cowart, John N. | Cox, Henry Grady f Foster, Cecil Eugene Perry, Walter Theodore Pritchard, Emmett B. Sag void, Thomas Ellward Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Smith, Allen Rex Spearing, Herman A. (Col.) Lake City: (Columbia) Bradwell, Clinch O. Lakeland: (Polk) Cardwell, William Arthur Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Scarborough, Jason Q. Sligh, Emma A. Sligh, Joseph Edgar Speight, Walter Edward Lake Wales: (Polk) Coates, George McCreary Nevills, Judson Harry Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Saunders, Richard Guthrie Stephenson, Ray W. Leesburg: (Lake) Gano, Alice L. Gano, Cecil R. Marianna: (Jackson) Horne, Daniel N. Melbourne: (Brevard) Blumer, G. E. Miami: (Dade) Arnold, Henry Clayton Budreau, William Emory Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Maberry, Elmer J. Olson, A. E. Powers, Richard, Jr. Saunders, Lewis Milo Scott, Marshall Prescott Shelmire, Celia T. Smith, Stella Melson Tracy, M. Everett White, John Fletcher White, John Merrill New Port Richey: (Pasco) Myers, George Jefferson Ocala: (Marion) Moore, Marion M. Orlando: (Orange) Fabry, John French, Ida Carson Gatchell, Carl H. Mentz, Gustav W. Oestricher, Albert R. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Thornton, Frank Roscoe Vail, Kenneth Francis Pahokee: (Palm Beach) Jones, Samuel Savage Palatka: (Putnam') Lawson, Howard L. Panama City: (Bay) Kennedy, Duncan Lamar McDearmid, George Allen Pensacola: (Escambia) Delaney, John Mansfield Goelz, William Charles Palmquist, Andrew P. Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Fisher, Irene Fisher, John Quincy: (Gadsden) Grantham, T. F. St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay Graham, Roberta T. Grooms, R. C. St. Cloud: (Osceola) Tucker, Thomas C. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Anderson, Ada E. Angell, Golden Gahm Angell, Robert E. Chippendale, John Daniel, Theodore Conrad Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Greer, William Boyd Heal, Minnie M. Kapp, M. Bernard Mattocks, Fred H. Schubert, George H. Thornton, Fred W. Worthing, Helen Marie Wright, Ollie Duling Sanford: (Seminole) Doss, Luther T. Heitz, John J. MacDougall, William E. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Anderson, William Virgil Foreman, A. M. Howard, J ohn Finley Woodhull, Mabel Stuart: (Martin) Dyer, Myrtle Mabel Tallahassee: (Leon) Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Tampa: (Hillsborough) Coyne, John R. Duffie, Cecil Vincent Gordon, Charles Elmer Hall, Emory A. Mayo, Chas. Traynor Mayo, Frances Nelson, Harold Albert Pierce, Burton Aaron Pierce, Jeannette G. Prosser, John L. Puddicombe, Raymond Young, Charles Warren

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10 Florida State Board of Health SECTION 6. Every holder of Eegistration Certificate granted hereunder, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. SECTION 7. iAny 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 of the 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, chiropractors, 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.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936 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 eighth annual compilation of such information prepared by the Bureau of Yital 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 report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have reg istered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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8 Florida State Board of Health Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 ^ to Re( l uire the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Oste opaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practicing the Medical and/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida: to provide Pees for the same and Penalties for Violation. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OP 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, misrep resentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and/or material systems of healing and every other person 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 Certi ficate 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, postoffice and resi dence 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 au thorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the appli cation 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 registra tion, 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 bj 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 ma terial healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the pro visions 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 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XXI Naturopathy 3469. Naturopathy defined.— For the purpose of this Chapter natureopathy and naturopathy shall be construed as synonymous terms and are hereby defined to mean the use and practice of psychological, mechanical and material health sciences 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 may be required. Naturo pathic practice employs, among other agencies, phytotherapy, dietetics, psycho therapy, suggesto-therapy, hydro-therapy, zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applications, electro-therapy, mechanotherapy, mechanical and electrical ap pliances, hygiene, first aid, sanitation and heliotherapy: Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be held or construed to authorize any natur opathic physician licensed hereunder to practice materia medica or surgery or chiropractic, nor shall the provisions of this Chapter in any manner apply to or affect the practice of osteopathy, chiropractic, Christian Science, or any other treatment authorized and provided for by law for the cure or prevention of diseases and ailments. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §1.) 3470. Board; qualifications. — A board is hereby created to be known as “The State board of naturopathic examiners.” Said board shall be composed of three practicing naturopathic physicians of integrity and ability who shall be residents of this State, and who shall have graduated from a reputable naturopathic school, and shall have been engaged in the active practice of their profession within this State for at least one year prior to the passage of this Chapter, but none of them shall be connected in any way with or have any interest in naturopathic school or college. Said board shall perform such duties and be vested with and exercise such powers relative to the protection of the public health and the control and regulation of the practice of natur opathy in the State of Florida as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and con ferred upon it. (Id. §2.) 3471. Board; how constituted. — The Governor shall within thirty days after May 28, 1927, appoint three naturopathic physicians, who shall possess the qualifications specified in section 3470 as members of said board. The said members shall be appointed so that their terms of office shall expire one in two years, one in three years and one in four years from the date of their appoint ment. Upon the expiration of the term of office of each member of said board, or whenever a vacancy shall occur thereon, the Governor shall appoint a naturopathic physician to fill such vacancy. The members of said board shall hold office until their successors are appointed and qualified. (Id. §3.) 3472. Members of board; oath of office. — Before entering upon the duties of said office, the members of the said board shall take the constitutional oath of office and shall file the same in the office of the Secretary of State; and there shall thereupon issue to him a commission pursuant to his appointment. At its first meeting, the board members shall issue to themselves a license under this Chapter to practice naturopathy, for which each member shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars. (Id. §4.) 3473. Organization and meetings of board. — Immediately after the ap pointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and or ganize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president and secretary-treasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two regular meetings each year, one in June and one in November, at some convenient place in the State, and on such date as the board may determine. Notice of such meetings shall be given by publication thereof once a week for four successive weeks in one or more newspapers of general circulation throughout the State. Special or call meetings may be held at such times and places and upon such notice as the majority of the board may determine. Said board shall adopt a seal which

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD CHIROPODY EXAMINERS Members of this Board appointed and commissioned under the provisions of Chapter 15911, Laws of 1933. Otto J. L. Tonissen, Jacksonville Thos. J. Henchey, West Palm Beach Herbert Lewy, Tampa Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable B. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.

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1935 Registration of Practitioners of Medicine in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936 SIE: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Medicine who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the eighth 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 report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have reg istered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Address Name Address .Alabama Cherry, H. S.Center Hill ...Winter Park Childress, H. McF.Miami Pennsylvania Chiles, G. G.North Carolina Tarpon Springs Chiles, J. H.Apopka .Ft. White Chilli, J. L..Jacksonville .Blountstown Chowning, W. C.New Smyrna .Stuart Christ, C. D.Orlando .Carrabelle Christie, G. E.Jacksonville .Georgia Chunn, J. D.St. Cloud .Georgia Clarholm, V.New York .Tampa Clark, G. T.Bradenton R. Tampa Clark, H. D.Ft. Pierce ....Hollywood Clark, S. A.Lakeland .Orlando Clark, W. B.Louisiana .Ft. Myers Claxton, W. A.Tallahassee Cleghorn, C. D.Miami Clement, W. B.Tampa .Alabama Clements, R. M.Chattahoochee Orlando (Col.) Clemmer, C. A.Daytona Beach .Orlando Cleveland, J. Q.Coral Gables .Tampa Cleverdon, L. A.Oklahoma A.Tampa Cline, D. E.Marianna Gulf Hammock Cline, R. L.Lakeland Tallahassee (Col.) Cobb, A. T., Jr.Raiford .Colorado Coffin, C. E.Winter Park Jacksonville (Col.) Coleman, E. M.Groveland .Lacoochee Coleman, J. A.Plant City .Miami Coleman, S. R.DeLand (Col.) Jacksonville Colley, S. C.Tavares .Ft. Meade Collins, C. C.Jacksonville .Illinois Collins, C. J.Orlando .Tampa Colson, J. H.Gainesville .Tennessee Combs, J. A.Georgia .Lawtey Cone, D. N..White Springs .Miami Conger, G. D.Miami Ft. Lauderdale Conklin, R. C.Mount Dora .DeLand Connor, A. B.Ft. Lauderdale .Caryville Conter, A. E.Apalachicola .Texas Coogler, A. C.Brooksville .Bushnell Cook, G. L. T a mpa .Miami Cook, H. M..Tampa .Delray Beach Cooke, H. H.Miami ...Jacksonville Cooley, R. O.West Palm Beach .. .Jacksonville Cooper, J. H.St. Petersburg ....Clearwater Copeland, S. M.Jacksonville .Ocala Coplan, M. M.Miami E.... M iami Copp, F. A.Jacksonville .Miami Corbett, J. H.Jasper .Avon Park Cordes, H. B., Jr.Frostproof .Tampa Corrigan, F. P.Central America Daytona Beach Costa, F. J.Tampa .New York Council, M. D.Ft. Pierce .Jacksonville Counts, H. W.Jacksonville ..Miami (Col.) Counts, N. T.Cocoa ...Jacksonville Coupland, J. D .Eustis .Orlando Couric, E. S.Miami .Illinois Cowart, J. T.Tampa .New York Cowell, E. H.New York Daytona Beach Cram, G. E .Palm Beach

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 9 Name Address Name Address Edwards, G. R. L.. .West Palm Beaeh (Col.) Edwards, T. J.Minnesota Edwards, T. M.Frostproof Efird, L. J.Tampa Eide, A. T.Lake Placid Elarbee, G. W.Pahokee Elder, J. W.Washington Elder, S. F. .Miami Eldridge, M. W.Altha Elgin, L. W.Miami Elliott, O. A.Illinois Elliott, L. F.New Mexico Ellis, J. C.Perry Ellis, S. B.Georgia Ellis, W. H.Miami Elliston, L. B.Ft. Lauderdale Elliston, R. L.Ft. Lauderdale Elmore, W. T.Gainesville Elsen, M.Illinois iEly, R. A.Tampa Enneis, F. B.Jacksonville Enzor, J. O.Baker Enzor, O. O. C restview Enzor, R. E.Crestview Epling, B. D.Lake Wales Ermshar, H. F.Orlando Erwin, A. L.Tennessee Erwin, S. J acksonville [Estes, E. S.St. Augustine lEtheredge, S. H.Tampa |Eurit, F. B. S tuart Evans, G. H.North Carolina (Col.) F Parber, C. K. Parber, W. P. Parmer, M. H. Parnell, P. C. Parringer, R. H. Paver, H. M. Paver, R. M. Peaster, O. O. Peld, N. Pellows, J. H. Penn, H. T. Penton, E. R. Perguson, J. A. Perguson, R. D. Perlita, A. J. Fernandez, F. M. Perrante, G. C. Ferrell, A. D. Ferris, F. F. Field, C. H. Field, S. E. [Field, T. S. Filbert, C. E. Pina, R. 1 Findley, C. W. St. Petersburg St. Petersburg .Georgia .Branford .Miami .Tampa .Miami .St. Petersburg .New York .Pensacola .Mt. Dora .Miami .... New York .Ocala .Tampa .Miami .Tampa .West Virginia .Ohio .Bradenton .... Mississippi .Jacksonville .Tampa .Key West .Georgia Finlay, D. H.Blountstown Fisher, L. C., Jr.Pensacola Fitzgerald, W. L.Miami Fleming, O. F.Indiana Fleming, J. C.Pennsylvania Fleming, S. W.West Palm Beaeh Flipse, M. J.Miami Floyd, A. J.Palmetto Floyd, E. G ft^rgia Floyd, G. M.Hawthorn Floyd, H. G.Palatka (Col.) Fogarty, J. N.Daytona Beach Folsom, C. W.Kentucky Folsom, S. A.Orlando Foote, L. H. B.Tallahassee (Col.) Forbes, S. B.Tampa Ford, E. W.Crescent City Ford, J. A.Orlando Ford, R. B.Miami (Col.) Forde, S. J. E.. .Green Cove Springs (Col.) Forster, D.New Smyrna Fort, A. G.Georgia Fort, F. L.Jacksonville Foster, J. C.Tampa Fourcher, K. R.South America Fox, H. H.Miami Foxworthy, F. W.Miami Beaeh Foy, E. T.Pennsylvania Francis, F. D.Tampa Franklin, G. C..Coconut Grove Fraser, D. S.Panama City Fraser, R. H.Michigan Frazier, S. M.Miami (Col.) Frederick, A. R.St. Petersburg Freeman, A. R.Georgia Freeman, G. O.Lakeland Freeman, M.Perrine Freidus, E. M iami Beach French, E. D.Miami Frobisher, H. B.Coral Gables Fuller, H.Mulberry Funk, N. E.St. Petersburg Fuqua, C. C.Hilliard Furnish, R. D.California Futch, T. A., Jr.Ocala G Gable, L. M. .St. Petersburg Gable, N. Wilson. .St. Petersburg Gable, N. Worth. .St. Petersburg Gachet, N. L. .Century Gainey, J. G. ..Blountstown Galey, H. C. .Key West Gamble, R. B. .Pennsylvania Gammage, T. R. .Miami Gammon, J. E. .Jacksonville Garcia, P. M. .Tampa Gardner, J. F. .Winter Park Gardner, 0. W. .Greensboro

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address Name Addres Gardner, W. H. Garner, J. E. Garrard, H. F. Gary, R. E. Gates, H.. Gatrell, H. Gavin, C. A. .Tarpon Springs Geiger, H. S. Genge, Y. P.. .. George, W. W....... Geringer, R. A. C. .Gulfport Gerlach, E. B. Gerlach, H. P. Gerstner, D. Getzen, S. P. Gheesling, G. Ghertler, M. Gilbert, E. M. Gilbert, J. T., Jr. Gilbert, R. E. Gilchrist, J. G. .Bartow Gill, R. S. Gilmer, E. S. Girvin, H. W. Glass, R. E. Glatzau, L. W. Glennan, T. L. Glidden, C. H. Glover, G. B. Godard, R. F. Goggins, J. H. Golden, H. M,. Gollinger, C. C. Gonzalez, A. A. Gonzalez, L. 0. Goodale, B. H. Goode, J. A. Goodson, W. M. Goodwin, F. P. Gorman, J. M. Gowdy, F. A. Gowdy, R. A. Gowe, D. F. Grable, J. S. Grace, C. C. Grace, W. H. Grantham, J. M. Graves, G. Y. .Kentucky Graves, J. R. Graves, L. Graves, L. J. Gray, F. D. Green, G. M. Green, 0. F. .Mayo Green, T. H. .St. Petersburg Greene, L. A. Greene, R. J. .Perry Greene, R. N. Greer, M. G. N. .St. Petersburg Griffin, H. W. .North Carolin Griffin, J. B. Griffin, J. D. Griffin, L. S. Griffin, T. R. Griffith, D. H. Grimal, A. S. Grimes, D. H. Grimes, 0. R. Groesbeck, F. B. Groves, W. H. Guild, W. A. .Illinoj Guinand, P. H. Gurganious, A. P. Green Cove Spring Guy, W. B. Gwathmey, G. T., Jr.. Gwynn, G. H., Jr. .Tallahasse Gwynn, H. W. Gy land, S. P. .Tamj H Haggard, W. A.. Hahn, T. F., Jr.. Haisfield, A. R.. Haisfield, H. B.. Hall, E. J. Hall, F. M. Hall, F. M. Hall, J. E. .Mian Hall, Y. L., Jr.. .Mian Halliday, J. Hallum, A. Y... Halton, Jack. .Tamj Halton, Joseph.. Hammer, G. P.. Hampton, H. S.. .Tamj Hancock, W. S., Jr.. Hankins, I. S.. Hanna, F. H.. Hannum, M. M.. Hanson, H. Hanson, K. B. Hardee, E. B.. .Yero Beac: Hardenbergh, J. A.. Hardie, D. E.... .Mian Hardie, G. C. .Ft. Pier< Hardman, W. W, .Kentuehl Hardy, G. E. W., Jr.. Hargrove, J. L.. Harkness, R. B.. .Lake Citj Harms, F. H.. .Orlantl Harness, A. J.. .Lakeiani Harper, J. A.. .Crawfordvili Harper, S.. Harrell, G. L.. .Yero Beacj Harrell, 0. E.. Harris, E. A.. .Brewsti Harris, E. R. Harris, H. H.. .Jackson vil|

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14 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name M Address Mabry, C. B.. .Jacksonville Macdonald, J. T. .Miami Mack, C. C. Maguire, T. C. .Plant City Main, D. C. .Pomona Maines, J. E. Maines, J. E., Jr. Mallett, E. P. .... North Carolina Mallory, M. .Orlando Maloney, R. L. .Tennessee Maneely, R. S. .Jacksonville Maner, G. R. .Tampa Manhoff, B. .Jacksonville Mann, J. M. .Lake Butler Manning, W. iS. .Jacksonville Manson, P. J. .Miami Marcus, N. L. .Tampa Marney, C. R. ..Tampa Marr, N. M. .St. Petersburg Marsh, E. L. J. .Miami Marshall, L. R. .Washington, D. C. Martin, C. .Missouri Martin, D. D. Martin, E. E. .Haines City Martin, I. E. .Ocklawaha Martin, J. W. .Oviedo Martin, L. H. .Texas Martin, L. W. .Sebring Martin, M. C. .Miami Martin, S. T. .Shamrock Martinson, M. M. .Tennessee Martorell, A. .Tampa Mas, J. A.. .Tampa Mason, J. F. .Bradenton Mason, R. L. .Virginia Massaro, A. F. .New York Massenburg, G. Y. Massey, W. W. Mathers, F. .Gainesville Matthews, A. L., Jr.. .Jacksonville Matthews, W. M. .Polk City Matthieu, J.. ..Miami Maxwell, E. B. .Miami Beach Maxwell, W. J. .Alabama May, R. D. .Jacksonville Mayher, W. E., Jr. .Georgia Mayhew, R. H. .New York Means, G. S. .Jacksonville Mease, J. A., Jr. .Dunedin Medlin, W. B. .Miami Megna, Jr A. Meighen, D. G. .Tampa Melville, E. J. Melvin, A. M. .Coral Gables Melvin, P. D. .Milton Mendoza, C. 0. .Jacksonville Mentzer, C. G. Merchant, H. McC. Name Address|| Meredith, H. M.Kentucky! Merendino, D. L ouisiana! Meriwether, T.Wewahitchka! Merrick, C. G.Ft. Myers! Merryday, H. L.Daytona Beaehj Metzger, F. C.Tampa Middlebrooks, Y.Miami Middlebrooks, W. E.Panama City! Middleton, W. E.Starke Miles, W. G.Orlando Miller, A. H.Millville! Miller, A. R.West Palm Beach; Miller, B. E.New Smyrna; Miller, G. E..St. Petersburg Miller, H. E.New Smyrna Miller, J. F.North Carolina! Miller, R. L.Daytona Beach Miller, R. L.Graeevillei Miller, W. S.Palatka Mills, A. L.St. Petersburg Mills, D. A.Zephyrhills! Mills, H. R.Tampa Mills, J. H.Tampal Milton, J. D.Miami)! Milton, P. E.Tampa Miser, G. W.Iow^ Mitchell, C. M.Sanford Mitchell, E. H.Illinois Mitchell, G. M.Jacksonville Mitchell, J. H.Jacksonville Mitchell, L. B.Tampg Mitchell, W. E.Colemaij Mitchell, W. S.Georgia Mitchell-Hampton, E. 0.Ocala (Col.J Mock, A. E...Pensaeol^ Moe, L. N.Jacksonville Moeller, M. W.St. Petersburg Mols, E. P.Tampa Moodie, B. M.California Moon, P. L., Jr.Georgia Moon, W. B.Crystal Rivet Moor, F. C.Tallahassel Moore, A.Tennessee Moore, J. M.Penney Farmi Moore, J. N.Ocala Moore, J. T.Tampi Moore, T. E.Miami Moore, T. F.St. Petersburg Moore, T. G.Oseeoli Moorefield, J. L.North Carolinj Morgan, T. E.Jacksonvill Morgan, W. E.Illinoi Morlan, E. R.Moore Have: Morris, J. S.Stuarj Morris, K. A.Jacksonvillj Morris, N.Lake Citj Morris, S. A.Jacksonvill: Morrison, C. C., Jr.Palm Beacj

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Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Medicine 21 Alachua: (Alachua) Goode, Jesse Albert Alford: (Jackson) Price, C. J. Alliance: (Jackson) Dowling, J. B. Altamonte Springs: (Seminole) Scott, Douglas George Altha: (Jackson) Eldridge, Marion Webster Apalachicola: (Franklin) Conter, Augustus Eugene Murrow, Joseph S. ApopkaÂ’(Orange) Chiles, Joseph Haskell McBride, Thomas Elliott Arcadia: (DeSoto) Bevis, Henry Powell Highsmith, G. F. Kirkpatrick, Chas. Harry MeSwain, Gordon Henry Witt, C. C. Archer: (Alachua) Bishop, Berton M. Aubumdale: (Polk) Deal, Charles Carson Simmons, Thomas G. Aucilla: (Jefferson) McLeod, N. W. Avon Park: (Highlands) Brewster, Guy Otis Chandler, Isaac Wayne MeKnight, George Scott Touchton, Walton C. Bagdad: (Santa Rosa) Turner, John Bogan Baker: (Okaloosa) Enzor, Justus 0. Baldwin: (Duval) Brinson, Peyton A. Brinson, William David Bartow: (Polk) Blake, Alfonso W. (Ool.) Gilchrist, James Glenn Hargrove, Julian Leo Hughes, Robert Lee Lancaster, Lamar Leo MeMurray, James Willard McNeill, Ledge Wynn (Col.) Murphy, Chester Homer Newman, Heber Peacock Peacock, William Franklin Wilson, Cecil Hendry Bascom: (Jackson) Bertrem, J. Willie Bay Pines: (Pinellas) Bradford, William Hollis Belle Glade: (Palm Beach) Buck, William John Simmons, Samuel Joseph, Jr. White, Wilfred Jones Blountstovm: (Calhoun) Burns, M. Q. Finlay, David H. Gainey, Jewel Guy Bloxham: (Leon) Stapleton, James Bowdoin Boca Grande: (Lee) Dunst, Carl George Boca Raton: (Palm Beach) Randall, Floyd Hamilton Bonifay: (Holmes) Paul, L. H. Segrest, Ralph Hudgens Boynton: (Palm Beach) Weems, Nat M. Bradenton: (Manatee) Blake, Lowrie Wilson Brannen, Cecil Bryan, Clarence H. Clark, George Townsend Field, Charles H. Gates, Hubbard Hall, Francis Michael (Col.) Harrison, Mac Millar Hollingsworth, SamÂ’l Glen Larrabee, Charles William McCoy, Thomas S. Mason, John Franklin Sugg, William Daniel Whitaker, Furman Chairs Branford: (Suwannee) Farnell, Perry Cleveland Brewster: (Polk) Harris, Esau Alun Bristol: (Liberty) Rhoden, J. W. Brooksville: (Hernando) Coogler, Adrian C. Creekmore, George Roberson Harvard, Samuel Carnes Bunnell: (Flagler) Carter, Lemuel A. Bushnell: (Sumter) Seymour, David Morton Callahan: (Nassau) Brewster, W. A. Campville: (Alachua) Sherouse, George W. Canal Point* (Palm Beach) Young, Wilburn Cogdell Carrabelle: (Franklin) Busey, John Francis, Jr. Dykes, Chapman McFeeters, Richard Bruce Caryville: (Washington) Carter, George Walton Cedar Key: (Levy) Turner, James Wilcox Center Hill: (Sumter) Cherry, H. Spurgeon Century: (Escambia) Gachet, Necy Lewis Turberville, Joe Ivey Turberville, John Samuel Chattahoochee: (Gadsden) Beggs, John Miller Clements, Ralph Mayo Daves, Frank Erwin Girvin, Howard William Howell, Harry Slade Jenkins, Oliver Watkins Pound, James Hannon Robertson, James Carter Rose, Joseph Everett Chiefland: (Levy) Young, William Clement Chipley: (Washington) Davis, Thomas Hartley McGeachy, J. S. Page, Charles Wade Tiller, Oscar Byron Watson, Francis Marion Clearwater: (Pinellas) Adolphus, Gustavus Black, M. Eldridge Bowen, John Thomas Center, Raymond Hugh Dickerson, Lueien Brown Groves, Wyatt Hammond Guinand, Percy Henry Kauffman, Frank E. McMullen, Daniel Byrd Nettles, Robbins Nickle, Millen Alexander Ruff, Joseph Franklin Thurston, Leon Clermont: (Lake) Hawkins, Alexander S. Izlar, A. L. Clewiston: (Hendry) ISchiffli, Oswald F. Cocoa: (Brevard) Counts, Noah Tilden Kenaston, Thomas C. Page, Walter Clayton Scurry, B. C. (Col.) White, Charles Bell Coconut Grove: (Dade) Franklin, Grover C. Jeffrey, Stewart Lee Rentz, Lawson S. Watters, William Henry Coleman: (Sumter) Mitchell, W. E. Coral Gables: (Dade) Amerise, A. Daniel Cleveland, Jack Quillian Frobisher, Hamilton B. Hewlett, Frank Wilson

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22 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Kitchens, F. E. Melvin, Alexis Merritt Schaeffer, Oden Arthur Weiland, Arthur H. Crawfordville: (Wakulla ) Harper, Joseph A. Crescent City: (Putnam) Ford, Edward White Crestview: (Okaloosa) %  Enzor, Olin O. Enzor, Rhett Ewing Webb, Edward Porter Cross City: (Dixie) Anderson, James Martin Crystal River: (Citrus) Hudson, Porter James Moon, William Benjamin Dade City: (Pasco) Bourke, John Joseph Jones, William Wardlaw Sistrunk, Robert Donnie Dania: (Broward) Shelton, John Benjamin Darlington: (Walton) Spires, W. G. Davenport: (Polk) Besenbruch, Peter W. Daytona Beach:. (Volusia) Adams, Texas Alexander (Col.) Bearce, Herbert W. Chandler, James Ryan Cheney, Raymond Otto Clemmer, Charles A. Davis, Calvin W. Davis, Joseph Brown Doern, William G. Fogarty, Joseph Norman Glatzau, Lewis W. Green, George Melbourne Groesbeck, F. B. Hills, James Seth (Col.) Howe, Raymond Howe, Roy Johnson, Harry Dash Klock, Guy Almeron Merryday, Harry L. Miller, Robert Lee Myres, M. J. Puleston, Fred Randall, George Merrill Rawlings, James Emery Rogers, M. Josie Rutter, Joseph Howard Stocking, John T. (Col.) Turner, Roy James Wells, J. Ralston White, John Blake Wood, Evans B. DeFuniak Springs: (Walton) McDonald, C. W. McGuire, John Jett MeSween, John Campbell, Jr. Spires, Ralph Broadus DeLand: (Volusia) Brown, Lu Van Leer Carter, Emory A. Coleman, Senator Reubene (Col.) Davis, George A. Dillard, Thomas Hiram Hahn, Theodore Ferdinand, Jr. Munson, Albert S. Pay, Wilson C. Sharp, William H. H. Smith, James Stokes Starke, Lancaster C. (Col.) Stern, Maximilian Taylor, Joseph Enoch Tribble, Charles Emerson West, Hugh Winters, Allen Charles DeLeon Springs: (Volusia) Naff, Mortimer Hudson Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Cason, John R., Jr. Davis, Kenneth McCaskill King, Graham Walton, Jr. Dover: (Hillsborough) Lowry, Casper F. O’Bannon, Albert Dunedin: (Pinellas) Mease, John Andrew, Jr. Winchester, Harold E. Dunnellon: (Marion) Baskin, James G. Lytle, Carl S. Stutts, Baldwin S. EauGallie: (Brevard) Creel, William Jackson Esto: (Holmes) Smith, David Franklin Eustis: (Lake) Bowen, Louis R. Coupland, James Durfey Hannum, Montgomery M. Reed, Francis A. Tyre, C. McK. Williams, Rabun Herbert Everglades: (Collier) Parnell, Henry E. Pender, Marmaduke Sewell Fairfield: (Marion) Gatrell, Henry Femandina: (Nassau) Bunker, Lyman Lyndon Humphreys, David Granville Foley: (Taylor) Baker, Walter Joseph Ft. Lauderdale (Broward) Blount, Robert Eames Brown, Oliver Clinton Carter, Donald Earl Connor, A. B. Darrow, Anna A. Elliston, Leroy Bertram Elliston, Robert L. Hendricks, Elliott Miley Howard, Richard E. Johnston, John Allen Kennedy, Thomas Simpson Peavy, Henry Jackson Robinson, Leigh Fowler Sistrunk, James F. (Col.) Skiff, Francis S. Sory, Curtis Holt Stanford, John A. Stovall, Rupert Hope Ft. McCoy: (Marion) Lisk, Percy F. Ft. Meade: (Polk) Carefoot, George H. Lindsey, Sherrod Austell Williams, Edwin Lacy Zander, William Francis Ft. Myers: (Lee) Armstrong, Francis Kenney Bartleson, Fred Durant Bostelman, Ernest Byle, A. S. Grace, William Henry Harrison, Warren A. Johnson, Marion Franklin Jones, H. Quillian Kehoe, Henry Charles Longbrake, Guy A. Merrick, Charles Gordon Newton, Robley Dunglison Seiler, Minnie Myrtle Velasco, Edw. E. (Col.) Whisnant, Baker Williams-, Jack Kerr Ft. Odgen: (DeSoto) Aurin, Emil C. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Benton, Clem Cornelius (Col. Boothe, Robert Campbell Clark, Haynsworth D. Council, Melton Downie Glidden, C. H. Hardie, Grover C. QPeppers, Guy Stewart Pumpelly, Wm. Collins Whiddon, Lester Lee Ft. White: (Columbia) Burns, Joseph Pulaski Freeport: (Walton) Huggins, Evans Lewis

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 25 White, William Charles Lynn Haven: (Bay) Bartee, Luke Harvey Macclenny: (Baker) Blanton, Ira L. Crockett, Edward Wray McIntosh: (Marion) Strange, James Lawson Madison(Madison) Blalock Alonzo L. Davis, George O. Drew, O. L. Long, Eustace Thorpe, Eugene D. Malone: (Jackson) j Kennedy, Robert L. Manatee: (Manatee) Lancaster, Blake McDuffee, Toliver M. [Mandarin: (Duval) Sengstak, Ernst P. E. Marianna: (Jackson) Baltzell, Nicholas Albert Cline, Daniel Edward j Hodges, Genous S. I McKinnon, Daniel Angus Whitaker, Courtland Daniel iMayo: (Lafayette) Green, O. F. Mayport: (Duval) ( Bothwell, George Edgar [Melbourne: (Brevard) Bean, Ira Floyd j Hay, Isaac Morris Hicks, Isham Kimbell Patchen, George Willis Melrose: (Alachua) Preston, H. F. Miami: (Dade) Allen, Omer F. Arango, Roger J. Austin, George Curtis | Ayars, Emerson W. Babcock, Henry C. Baker, Juel M. Baker, Leonard Allen j Batten, Glenn D. Benson, Arthur Bernard (Col.) Bernau, Ludwig F. Bertram, Albert J. t Bible, Charles John Billingsley, Gordon David Black, Nelson M. Bowen, Carroll Thomas J Brown, John Wilcox I Brunner, Earlsworth I Crockett 1 Bullard, Clifton Price Burch, R. N. Caraker, Charles Tobias Carter, Albert Charles Casey, Ott Chambers, Silas Eldridge Chandler, Gail Ellsworth Chapman, Wm. A. (Col.) Childress, Harold McFerron Cleghorn, Charles Dalton Conger, George Drew Cooke, Harry Hamilton Coplan, Milton M. Couric, Edmonson Shorter Cross, William Franklin Davis, Harley Franklin Day, George Hanlon DeBoe, Michael Price Dees, John Elbert DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen DeVore, Etta Marshall Dobrin, Max Dodge, Percy L. Donald, Ernest Dowlen, Otto Shelley Dunaway, Carl Ellis Dunne, Harold Edmund Elder, Samuel Fletcher Elgin, Lee William Ellis, William Harrison Farringer, Robert Hirst Faver, Robert M. Fenton, Enoch Raymond Fernandez, Francisco M. Fitzgerald, Willard Lee Flipse, Matthew Jay Ford, Robert Benjamin (Col.) Fox, Harold H. Frazier, S. M. (Col.) French, Elmo Dial Gammage, Tom Rogers Ghertler, Max Goodson, William M. Gowdy, Francis A. Gowe, Donald F. Graves, J. Raymond Haggard, Wm. Andrew Hall, E. J. Hall, John Ewell Hall, Young Lafayette, Jr. Hardde, Dan Eugene Harper, Sage Harris, Robert Miller Hassell, Cecil Starke Hateh, Ernest Bruce Heck, Maurice Eby Hobbs, Laura Mary Hodges, John Walter Hodson, Benjamin Franklin Hodson, Luther Albion Holly, Alonzo Potter Burgess (Col.) Holmes, Albert G. H. Holmes, Roy Jones Howell, Robert Spencer Hutson, Thjomas W, Ingersoll, John Marvin Jenkins, Leslie Max Johnson, Samuel Hensdale (Col.) Jones, Edwin Mercer Jones, Walter Colquitt, Jr. Kay, Milton Boyd Keeler, Frank L. Kells, Paul Kemp, Austin James Kennon, Charles L. Kershaw, A. J. (Col.) Kinsey, E. T. Koger, Emmett Bascom Laymon, Russell Lowell Leavitt, H. A. Lefholz, Rothwell Levin, Alfred G. Lewis, Taylor Light, Samuel D. W. Lithgow, William D. Litterer, Ammon Buist Lott, Young Cleveland Lowe, Eugene C. Lucinian, Joseph H. Lustgarten, Abraham Lyell, Robert Oliver McCall, Frederick Wm. McCartney, Johnson N. McClamroch, James Milton MacDonell, Geo. Nowlan MeGunagle, Joseph E. McKenzie, E. Norton McKenzie, Jack Alexander McKenzie, John Seaborn McKibben, Wm. Watson McShane, James K. Macdonald, John T. Manson, Plumer Jacobs Marsh, Estella Lucille Johnson Martin, Marion Calvin Matthieu, Joseph Medlin, Willard Buford Mentzer, Claude Gould Middlebrooks, Violet Milton, John D. Moore, T. Earl Morrow, Frank Richard Mosley, Robert Samuel Neer, Ira E. Newell, Chas. Eugene Nichol, Edward Sterling Otto, Thomas 0. Palmer, Bascom Headen Parker, John A.

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26 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Paulk, George A. Pearson, Homer Lee, Jr. Pearson, John Boyer Pearson, Nelson Tinsley Pearson, Bufus Judson Pepper, Max Perdue, John Bandolph Perry, Clarence Larimore Peters, Edgar Phillips, Kenneth Putman, James Howard Baap, Gerard Bash, Jack Otway Watkins Beiss, George S. Bentz, William C. Binaman, James Curtis Boberts, Sam Jennings Bogers, Hunter Beall Sams, Wiley Mitchell Sawyer, W. B. (Col.) Sayles, Charles Frederick iSayre, Bobert Fawcett Scarborough, Chaffee Aldred Scheffel, Carl Seeds, John B. Shaw, Eugene Clay Shisler, John W. Skaggs, Peter Thomas Smith, Charles Kirby Smith, James Walker Smith, Marvin H. Snyder, John William Spicer, Bobert Thurston Stewart, Joseph S., Jr. Strong, Cyrus J. Stuart, J. Dever Tallman, Maurice Henry Thomas, Edwin Crawford Thomas, Kelly O. Thorne, James I. Threlkeld, Major Edgar Tumlin, Corbett Edward Turner, John Calvin Uzell, Vlasta D. Vallotton, Joseph Balph Vinson, Willie Joseph Vogt, Ferdinand A. Weinkle, Barney O. Welch, P. B. Westermann, Julius Tyndale Whelchel, Lynn W. Whitten, Benj. Leland Wilson, M. C. Wood, Arthur Welleslie Woodard, Bobert C. Wright, Scheffel Hays Yarbrough, Henry Charles Youmans, Corren Pinckney Youmans, Iva Catherine Miami Beach: (Dade) Adkins, Elmer Hall Boughton, Herman Bowman, Bobert Neale Foxworthy, Frank W. Freidus, Elias Gowdy, Balph A. Hanna, Fuad Hilmy Hotchkiss, Walter Thomson Jenkins, Paul K. Jones, Thee Allan Linder, William Maxwell, Eugene B. Owens, William Duncan Panettiere, Cayetano Payton, Frazier J. Perdue, Jean Jones Pollock, Benjamin Bepass, Bobert E. Bichardson, John B. Boche, Charles Frederic Both, Edward Byan, Harold A. Silverman, Harry Z. Thomas, Merrick Dowdell Thomson, William Boss Voris, Frank Burkhart Walker, Harrison A. Walters, Arthur Louis White, D. Ward Withers, Gabriel Harold Miami Springs: (Dade) Kellogg, John Harvey Norton, Bichard Copeland Micanopy: (Alachua) Dailey, Ira A. Millville: (Bay) Miller, Allen H. Milton: (Santa Bosa) Holley, John Calvert Melvin, Perry David Thames, James Grimes 'Thames, Bufus White, Bussell P. Molino: (Escambia) Heath, Henry Oliver Monticello: (Jefferson) Brinson, John B., Jr. Glover, George Boston Williams, John Franklin Moore Haven: (Glades) Draughn, Duncan M. Dyess, Charles T. Morlan, Eldridge Boy Mount Dora: (Lake) Conklin, Baymond O. Fenn, Harry Todd Strickland, Edgar Eugene Wood, Will Lee Mulberry: (Polk) Fuller, Henry Murphy, Hugh K. Pearce, Claude Clifford Newberry: (Alachua) Getzen, Samuel Pace New Port Bichey: (Pasco) Hancock, Wm. Scott, Jr. New Smyrna: (Volusia) Bouchelle, Louis Brown Chowning, William C. Forster, Davis Henry, Hugh W. Jones, Carroll B. McDaniels, George Thomas (Col.) Miller, Benj. Edgar Miller, Harold Edger Nicevilie: (Okaloosa) McGriff, William Franklin Nichols: (Polk) Lowry, James B. Noma: (Holmes) Bamsay, Walter D. Ocala: (Marion) Chalker, James LeBoy Cumming, Bichard Cralle Dozier, Henry C. Ferguson, Bobert Donald Futch, T. A., Jr. Hughes, B. S. (Col.) Jones, Nathaniel H. (Col.) Lindner, Eaton George Mitchell-Hampton, Effie Carrie (Col.) Moore, John Norton Peek, Eugene G. Bussell, Balph Edward Sarjeant, George Evans (Col.) Wallis, Thomas Henry Watt, Harry Farlin Wilson, W. P. (Col.) Ocklawaha: (Marion) Martin, Irl E. Ocoee: (Orange) Scott, Sam B. Shellhouse, Luther Harvie Okeechobee: (Okeechobee) Alsobrook, Blaxham E. Davis, Claude L. Lingo, Michael Jones Olustee: (Baker) Bose, Joseph Orlando: (Orange) Anderson, Claude Andrews, Laurin Lundy Andrews, Mitchell M. Beardall, Harold Martin Boorom, Hartley E. Brame, Dorothy Dillard Buckmaster, Ory L. Buff, Julian Holt

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34 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. lAny 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 of the 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, chiropractors, 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.

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS Ralph B. Ferguson, D.O., Miami R. C. Heldt, D.O., Daytona Beach E. W. Flynn, D.O., Tallahassee Norval E. Brown, D.O., Tampa Dale C. Beatty, D.O., St. Petersburg Arthur G. Chappell, D.O., Jacksonville Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.

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9 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY ttlando: (Orange) Brundage, Clarence Lester Bullock, Benoni A. Carr, Harry Newton Frost, Edgar Major Fuller, Caroline Griffin Harper, Josephine Howell, Joseph Corwin Hurd, Nettie M. McMains, Harrison Miller, Gerard Matthew Strayer, Vere A. Tindall, Kenneth B. ‘aim Beach: (Palm Beach) Quick, Roy Terwilliger ‘aim Harbor: (Pinellas) Smyth, Benjamin ’ensacola: (Escambia) Hoffman, Arthur Theodore | Saunders, Aubrey Burton j Tindall, Amos Willard "lant City: (Hillsborough) Berry, John Morrison unta Gorda: (Charlotte) Baugher, Leland Guy t. Augustine: (St.Johns) Moseley, James Robert t. Cloud: (Osceola) j Landes, Helen Y. It. Petersburg: (Pinellas) | Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Baumgras, George O. j Beatty, Dale Clinton j Cahill, James Brayton | Cave, Francis A. Davies, Owen P. Ellison, William Henry | Eroh, Calvin Ferris, Elizabeth May Gagen, Thomas F., Jr. Glascock, Alfred Dean Jennings, Charles Henry Jones, Etha Marion Love, Samuel Robert McCaslin, James A. Martin, Basil Ferguson Moore, E. Adelyn Ellis Rankin, Florence Smith, Hunter R. I Stinson, James Antone Town, Florence May Wunderlich, Ray Charles Juasota: (Sarasota) Fraser, James McDonald Kell, Robert John ft Montague, Charles C., Jr. iffiring: (Highlands) O’Dell, Arthur Dean allahassee: (Leon) I Carr, Iva Mae Flynn, Emmett William Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bean, E. Harry Berry, Albert E. Berry, Nelle S. Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Norval Edward Day, Guilbert E. Hunter, Melville Gunby Kerrigan, Louise M. Pressly, Mason W., Jr. Raffenberg, Mina G. Runyen, Agnes Singleton, Robert O. Vero Beach: (Indian River) Wheeler, George D. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Brinklow, Howard K. Dove, Chester Earl Dove, Nettie H. Rader, Nannie Lurah von Behren, Frederic Fust Winter Garden: (Orange) Harter, Bernard Paul Winter Haven: (Polk) Becker, C. Markel Lewis, Cora H. Lovejoy, Ashley Campbell "Winter Park: (Orange) Ward, Daniel C. Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Doe, Albin H. California: Blanchard, James Franklin Carter,Walter Caldwell Cochran, Amy Brown Schoonmaker Diebold, Wendell August Herroder, Theodore L. Holt, W. Luther Martin, Charles C. Mount, Florence M. Strobell, Emily Griffith Wilson Yredenburgh, Norman E. Colorado: Printy, Sylvia Warren, Charles Sherman Connecticut: Brake, DeWitt Henderson Spicer, Ernest W. Underwood, Ralph Emerson Delaware: George, Henry III Georgia: Blauvelt, Rudd Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Harris, Edwin Lewis Illinois: Beilke, Martin Carl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Claverie, Jean Baptiste Crosby, Clifton A. Davis, Charles H. Groenewoud, John C. Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Kinney, Lecta Fay McCaughan, Russell Craig McDonough, Weston M. Morris, Chester H. Murphy, Ethel E. Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Tilley, Moses R. Williams, Byron Patterson Indiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Brink, Charles Allen Caine, Allen Bennett Carlson, Oscar Crain, William LeRoy Ferguson, Denzil Morton Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Hall, William C. Seaman, Kent L. Siegert, Anna Mae Stewart, Jasper J. Veneman, Fern Marie Marsh Waller, Mary Elizabeth Ziegler, Laura Inez Iowa: Baughman, Jacob Schrock Baughman, Nanny R. B. Day, Milford C. Moehrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Boone, Richard Franklin Brown, Chas. Elmer Prisque, Raymond C. Slater, Arthur Burdette Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W. Conkling, Mattie Thomas Heaton Day, Edwin Frank LaRue, J. Byron Shifflett, Ella Edwards Maine: Betts, Addie K. Brown, Nora Robertson Covey, Florence Alice Metcalf, Charles Austin Reay, Mildred Shalett, Irving Joseph Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. A tty, Norman Belmont Burns, Thomas Flick, Gervase Chas. Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Martin, Orel F. Sartwell, James Oliver Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root Vaill, Anna Wadhams Michigan: Arnold, G. E. Bock, Leo Henry Cathcart, Nelson H. Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Hubbell, Preston Reed Hutton, Donald Fox Money, J. Vincent Pratt, Edwin J. Root, Claude Boone Schwieger, James Scott Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shay, Walter George Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Sluyter, Edward Glenn Snedeker, Olanis O. Minnesota: Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stewart, Harry H. Mississippi: Kidwell, James H. Towme, Allen Dodge Missouri: Bartholomew, Garold C. Curry, Etna Kelso Herst, Sherrell Joseph Hildreth, Arthur Grant Larimore, Leland S. Pence, Herbert 0. Nebraska: Knapp, Frances Crothers New Jersey: Conklin, Hiram Lewis Conn, Milton Nikola, George Francis Patterson, Robert Donald Pohlig, William Albert Rogers, Robert W. Van de Sande, Theo. White Whitaker, Henry Kelsey New York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beeman, Roy Herbert Burnard, Harold William Dewey, Arthur Everts Long, George Percy Muneie, Curtis H. Newman, Theodore Charles Odden, Loren Hansen Smith, Stewart P. Teall, Charles C. Thompson, John Wilson Treble, John Mill Wilson, H. Clifford North Carolina: Branstetter, Bertha W. Clay, George Randall Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Foster, Julia E. Ohio: Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Cottrell, Mead Kelly Loveland, Mark M. Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Mummaw, Glenn K. Pheils, Ervin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Reid, McMillen James Oklahoma: Ball, Charles D. Lay, Thomas H. Rummel, Chauncey D. Pennsylvania: Bashline, Orrin Osborn Cozart, James Allen Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Dorrance, Harold James Goehring, Harry Morgan Havens, Roland Louis Heldt, Charles Humphrey Irvine, Samuel Wesley Long, Custer Brenton McConnell, Frank Ira Medlar, S. Agnes Miller, Patrick Henry Moore, George Washington Mutschler, Oscar C. Noeling, George D. Noeling, George Dietrich, Jr. Northern, Robert Jerome Osborn, Harry Clifton Rossman, Walter Franklin Shellenberger, John Mohler i Simmons, Harry Frank Stahlman, Harry Earl Stem, Harold Lewis Toepfer, Howard Charles Weissberg, Elias B. Wilson, Raymond Herbert Rhode Island: Brown, Niles A. Gants, Samuel L. Tennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Dykes, Arthur L. Harris, Andrew J. Miller, Robert Lee Texas: Callison, C. P. Walker, Horace M. Virginia: Bowen, Margaret E. Washington: Ogle, John Marion Washington, D. C. Moore, Riley D. Teets, Charles P. West Virginia: Meador, Aubrey Prentice Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Wisconsin: Damm, Walter B. Gray, Earl Kenneth von Stirne, Sara G. Cresswell Wyoming: Smith, James Ralph Canada: Ghostley, Raymond Chas. Parker, Frederick Arthur Saunders, Edward Arthur England: Barber, Chas. William Dunning, J ohn Jacob France: Guy, Jean E.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 9 Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Oste opaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Mid wives 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, misrep resentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and/or material systems of healing and every other person 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 Certi ficate 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, postoffice and resi dence 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 au thorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the appli cation 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 registra tion, 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 ma terial healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the pro visions 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 13 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XIX Chiropractic 3435. Board; qualifications. —There is hereby created and established a board to be known as the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners, to be composed of three doctors of chiropractic of integrity and ability, who shall at the time of their appointment be actual bona fide residents of the State of Florida for at least two years, continuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are graduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. (Ch. 9330, Acts 1923, §1.) Penalty for practicing chiropractic in violation of this Chapter: See §7707. 3436. Board; how appointed. — The Governor shall within thirty days after June 7, 1923, appoint three doctors of chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in section 3435, to constitute the members of this board. (Id. §2.) 3437. Board; term of office. —The term of office of the first members of said board shall be as follows: One member of said board shall be appointed for one year, one for two years, and one for three years, and they shall hold office until their successors are appointed and qualified; thereafter the terms of members of the board shall be for three years: Provided, that appoint ments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is hereby empowered to make, shall be for the unexpired term. All appointments made by the Governor to fill vacancies on said board shall be made in accordance with the provisions and requirements of this Chapter. (Id. §3.) 3438. Board; organization. — Said board of chiropractic examiners shall convene within thirty days after their appointment and qualification, organize by electing one of their number as president, one as vice-president, and one as secretary-treasurer. At the regular meeting of said board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified. (Id. §4.) 3439. Board; meetings.— Said board shall hold regular sessions for ex aminations at such places as the board may determine, commencing on the second Monday in January and July, respectively, of each year, and shall continue in session until the business before the said board shall have been finished. Special meetings may be ealled and held at such time and place as the president and secretary-treasurer may determine. At least thirty days’ notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. (Id. §5.) 3440. Board; duties.—The said board shall adopt a seal which shall be affixed to all certificates issued by the said board, and to such other papers requiring the same. The said board shall have the power to make and enforce all proper rules and regulations necessary for the conduct of its business, not in conflict with law. Said board may take testimony concerning any matter within its jurisdiction, and in the discharge of their official duties each member thereof is hereby empowered to administer oaths. (Id. §6.) 3441. Board; licensing.—All doctors of chiropractic, practicing in the State of Florida, June 7, 1923, and holding certificates to practice chiropractie in the State under the provisions of Chapter 7821, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1919, shall be entitled to receive certificates to practice from the said board, without paying any fee therefor, providing application shall be made to said board prior to January 1st, A. D. 1924. (Id. §7.)

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS R. A. Bryant, N.D., Tampa W. T. Perry, N.D., Jacksonville T. W. Evans, N.D., Miami Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville R. L. Hughes, M.D., Bartow W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h. Director Jacksonville

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12 Florida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 failing to pass the requirements shall be entitled within six months to a re examination upon payment of an additional fee of $10.00. But two such re examinations shall exhaust the privilege under the original application. Upon the payment of a fee of $50.00, a license without examination may be issued to any person licensed to practice chiropody in any other State maintaining equal statutory requirements and extending the same reciprocal privileges to Chi ropodists of the State of Florida. SECTION 5. This Act shall not apply to licensed physicians or surgeons in this State nor to surgeons of the Army, Navy and Public Health Service, when in actual performance of official duties, nor to the commercial sale of the customary foot appliances in retail stores. SECTION 6. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act, the Governor shall, as soon as convenient after the passage of this Act, appoint a Board of Chiropody Examiners to consist of three chiropodists, actively en gaged in said practice in the State of Florida, and the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners who shall ex-officio act as executive officer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners; the first member appointed by the Gover nor on said Board of Chiropody Examiners shall serve for a term of one year, the second member appointed on said Board of Chiropody Examiners shall serve for a term of two years, and the third member appointed on said Board of Chiropody Examiners shall serve for a term of three years and thereafter members of the said Board shall be appointed for a term of three years. SECTION 7. Every license shall be conspicuously displayed at the place of practice and must be recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of each county wherein the licensee practices, within thirty days of its issue. A renewal license fee of $5.00 shall be paid annually to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners, and if not paid within three months, the license shall be revoked and shall only be reinstated upon original application and examination. Every renewal certificate shall be displayed in connection with the original license. All licensees shall be designated as licensed chi ropodists and shall not use any title or abbreviation thereof without the desig nation “Chiropodist, practice limited to foot and leg,” thus indicating a limitation of professional qualifications to treat human ailments. SECTION 8. The Governor shall have the power to remove from office members of the Board of Chiropody Examiners for neglect of duties as re quired by this Act, or for malfeasance in office and incompetency, or for un professional conduct. The Governor shall have the authority to fill any vacancy caused by the removal of any member of the Board of Chiropody Examiners or by his resignation, or death, all such appointees to be practicing chiropodists in the State of Florida. The Board of Chiropody Examiners shall within two weeks after their appointment meet at some convenient place in the State of Florida and shall then elect a President from their own members and a Secre tary-Treasurer. The Secretary-Treasurer shall give to the Governor of the Stat§ of Florida a penal bond in the sum of $1,000.00 with sufficient sureties to be approved by the Governor for the faithful discharge of his duties. The Board of Chiropody Examiners shall hold at least two examinations in each year, be ginning with October 1st, 1933, and such additional meetings not exceeding three each year at such times and places as the executive officer shall direet. SECTION 9. Any person violating any of the provisions of this Act, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not exceeding $500.00 or by imprisonment in the County Jail not exceeding six months. SECTION 10. All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. SECTION 11. This Act shall become effective upon its approval by the Governor of the State of Florida or upon its becoming a law without such approval. Approved May 31, 1933.

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12 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address T Jackson, N.. u James, H. W. Jaquish, C. J. Jefferson, B. Jefferson, T. L.. .West Palm Beach (Col.) Jeffrey, S. L. Jelks, E. Jenkins, H. B.. Jenkins, L. M.. Jenkins, 0. W. Jenkins, P. K. Jennings, F. S. Jenny, T. G. Jensen, H. J. Jobson, A. M. C.. Johnson, A. B. Johnson, G. W. P.. Johnson, H. A.. Johnson, H. D.. Johnson, M. F.. Johnson, S. C. Johnson, S. E. Johnson, S. H. Johnson, V. M.. Johnson, W. A. J. Johnston, H. Johnston, J. A.. Johnston, J. K.... Jones, C. B. Jones, E. M. Jones, H. Q. Jones, N. H. Jones, T. A. .Miami Beach Jones, W. C., Jr.. Jones, W. W. .Dg,de City Jordan, 0. L. Joyner, 0. A. .Plant City (Col.) Joyner, B. N. Justice, B. L. Kauffman, F. E. Kay, M. B. Kayton, M. C... Keeler, F. L.. Keezel, J. O.. Kehoe, H. C.. Keiser, J. M.. Keisling, F. 0.. Kellix, W. B.. Kellner, F. E.. Kellogg, J. H.. Kells, P. Kemp, A. J. Kemp, M. T.. Kemp, T. J. Kemp, W. M.. Kenaston, T. C. Kendrick, O. G-. .Clearwater .Miami .Wauchula .Miami .Pennsylvania .Ft. Myers .Georgia .Jacksonville Jacksonville (Col.) .New York .Miami Springs .Miami .Miami .Sopchoppy .Missouri .Michigan Cocoa .Tallahassee Name Kennan, A. L Kennedy, B. L Kennedy, S. G Kennedy, T. S.. Kennon, C. L Kershaw, A. J.. Killinger, B. B King, F. G. King, G. B. S.. King, G. W., Jr King, L. P. King, B. H.. King, W. W.. Kinsey, E. T Kinsey, J. P. Kirby, W. L. Kirby-Smith, J. L Kirk, W. W. Kirkpatrick, C. H Kitchens, F. E Klein, L. A. Kloek, G. A. Klussman, H. A Klussman, B. M Knauer, W. J Knauf, A. B. Knight, A. C.. Knight, J. C.. Knowlton, H. A. Knowlton, B. H Knox, A. W.. Koger, E. B Kollar, J. B.. Koon, A. C.. Krueger, F. W Kumm, F. F.. Kupper, W. H LaDuron, J. F. Lake, E. T.. Lamb, L. L.. Lamb, B. J. Lambdin, L.. Lancaster, B Lancaster, L. L. Lancaster, W Lancaster, W. J Langan, P. C Langley, F. H.. Langley, W. T Larrabee, C. W Larson, E. J.. Lassiter, W.. Lassman, G. A Lawrence, E. J Lawson, B. H.. Laymon, B. L Leach, M. A...

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38 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 heretofore been registered or licensed so to do, shall, before it shall be lawful for him to practice medicine in this State make application to the board upon such form and in such manner as shall be adopted and prescribed by the board and obtain a license from the board so to do. Unless such person shall have obtained a license as aforesaid, it shall be unlawful for him to practice medicine in this State, and if he shall practice medicine in this State without first having obtained a license, he shall be deemed to have violated the pro visions of this Chapter. The board shall admit to examination any candidate who pays the fee hereinafter provided for and submits evidence verified by oath, satisfactory to the board, that such applicant: 1. Is more than twenty-one years of age and a citizen of the United States or has declared his intention of becoming such citizen. 2. Is of good moral character. 3. Is a graduate of a legally incorporated medical college maintaining a standard satisfactory to the board. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §6; Ch. 12285, Acts 1927, §2.) Penalty for practicing medicine without license: See §7704. 3409. Recording of license; registration.—This section provides for regis tration procedures as in Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927. Actual and regular practice: Cook v. Fernandez, 11 Fla. 100. 3410. Temporary license.—In the discretion of the secretary-treasurer of said board, with the approval of the president, he may issue temporary license to an applicant which shall have the same force and effect of a perma nent license until the next regular meeting of the board, when said license shall become void. Said license shall not be recorded. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, $ 8 ) 3411. Accredited colleges.—The board of medical examiners are hereby empowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any medical college. In determining the reputability of any medical college, the right to in vestigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorized. (Id. §9.) 3412. Methods and subjects of examination.—The examination of appli cants for license to practice medicine shall be made by said board according to the methods deemed by it to be the most practical and expeditious to test the applicant’s qualifications. The board shall require the examination to be in writing. Each applicant shall be designated by a number instead of his name so that his identity shall not be disclosed to the members of the board until after the examination papers are graded. Examinations shall be in the following subjects: Anatomy, physiology, chemistry, hygiene, surgery, thera peutics, obstetrics, gynecology, pathology, diagnosis, medical jurisprudence and practice of medicine. (Id. §10.) 3413. Fees.—There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of said board by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twenty-five dollars which shall accompany the application. The same fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee of examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §11; Ch. 12285; Acts 1927, §4.)

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40 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 or by counsel. Said board may, upon satisfactory proof made that any licen tiate has been guilty of any of the charges against him, suspend such licen tiate from the practice of medicine, and call in the license of said licentiate upon a two-thirds majority vote of the board; Provided, however, that such suspended physician may have the proceedings of said board reviewed by certiorari to the circuit court of the circuit in which said license is recorded. The accused shall have the right to demand a trial de novo before the circuit court, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused according to the evidence and law applicable to the facts which shall be produced before him, and unless the guilt of the accused shall appear beyond a reasonable doubt, the court shall render the decision in favor of the accused and restore him to all rights to practice under this Chapter. Said writ shall issue upon the petition of the person whose license has been revoked, at any time within ninety days after such revocation. Appeals from any decision of the circuit court may be taken to the Supreme Court of Florida in the same manner and subject to like conditions as appeals in chancery are taken. In the event that any such license shall be revoked or registration annulled under the provisions of this Chapter, the said board shall forthwith transmit to the clerk of the circuit court or courts in which said accused is registered as a physician, a certificate under its seal, certifying that such registration has been annulled, and such clerk shall, upon receipt of such certificate, file the same and forthwith mark such registration ‘ ‘ annulled f ’ Any person who shall practice after his license has been revoked and registration annulled, shall be deemed to have practiced medicine without a license. However, at any time after six months from the date of said conviction, said board may, by a majority vote, issue a new license, or grant a license to the person affected, restoring or conferring all the rights and privileges of and pertaining to the practice of medicine as defined and regulated by this Chapter; the fee therefor shall be the same as upon the issuance of the original license. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §13; Oh. 12285, Acts 1927, §5.) 3416. Definition of practice of medicine.—A person practicing medicine within the meaning of this Chapter, except as hereinafter stated, who holds himself out as being able to diagnose, treat, operate or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition or who shall offer or undertake by any means or method to diagnose, treat, operate, or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition. This Chapter shall not be construed to affect commissioned medical officers serving in the United States Army, Navy or public health service while so commissioned, or any one while actually serving without salary or professional fees on the resident medical staff of any legally incorporated hospital.; or any legally registered dentist exclusively engaged in the practice of dentistry.; or any person or manufacturer who without the use of drugs or medicines mechanically fits or sells lenses, artificial eyes, limbs or other apparatus or appliances, or is engaged in the mechanical examination of eyes for the purpose of constructing or adjusting spectacles, eye glasses or lenses; or any lawfully qualified physician in other States or counties, meeting legally registered physicians in this State in consultation; or any physician duly registered, in one county called to attend isolated cases in another county, but not residing or habitually practicing therein; or the furnishing of medical assistance in case of emergency; or the domestic administration of family remedies;.or the practice of chiropody; or osteopathy by osteopaths who have been duly licensed by the State board of osteopathic examiners; chiropractic by chiropractors, who have been duly licensed by the State board of chiropractic examiners; or naturopathic examiners; or nurses or midwives; or the practice of the religious tenets of any church, or to any office assistant of a legally licensed practitioner of medicine, rendering such assistance as is usually rendered by a nurse, and who shall work only under the direct supervision and express

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 41 orders of his or her employer, in his office, and not otherwise. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §14; Ch. 12285, Acts 1927, §6.) 7704. Practicing medicine without license, etc.—Any licensed physician who fails or neglects to register by January 1st of any year as required by the provisions of sections 3404-3416, shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than fifty dollars. Any person who shall (a) Sell, or fraudulently obtain or furnish any medical diploma, license record, or registration, or aid or abet in the same, or (b) Practice medicine under cover of any diploma, license, record or registration illegally or fraudulently obtained or secured, or issued unlawfully on fraudulent representation; or (c) Advertise to practice medicine under a name other than his own or under an assumed name; or (d) Falsely impersonate another practitioner of a like or different name, and Any person who not being then lawfully licensed and authorized to practice medicine in this State, shall (a) Practice or advertise to practice medicine, (b) Use in connection with his name any designation tending to imply or designate him as a practitioner of medicine; and (c) Use the title “Doctor,” or any abbreviation thereof in connection with his name, or with any trade name in the conduct of any occupation or profession, involving or pertaining to the public health, or the diagnosis or treatment of any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition unless duly licensed by a board created under the laws of the State of Florida; and Any person who during the time his license to practice medicine shall be suspended or revoked, shall practice medicine, Shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than five years, or by both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §15; Ch. 12285, Acts 1927, §7.) General Note on Chapter Action for services: Boyd v. E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., 83 Fla. 429, 91 So. 557.

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Add! Ferguson, R. B.Miami Ferris, E. M.St. Petersburg Flick, G. C.Massachusetts Flynn, E. W.Tallahassee Fogarty, J. P.Indiana Foster, J. E.North Carolina Fraser, J. M.Sarasota Frison, G. W.DeLand Frost, E. M.Orlando Fuller, C. G.Orlando Gagen, T. F., Jr.St. Petersburg Gahan, L. M..Miami Gants, S. L.Rhode Island Gates, O. B.Michigan George, H., Ill.Delaware Getehell, C. E.Ft. Pierce Gettinger, D. R.Arcadia Ghostley, R. C.Canada Gingerich, L. E.Miami Glascock, A. D.St. Petersburg Glezen, R. A.Michigan Goehring, H. M.Pennsylvania Gray, E. K.Wisconsin Groenewoud, J. C.Illinois Guy, J. E.France Hain, N. M.Miami Hall, W. C. I ndiana Harper, J..Orlando Harris, A. J.Tennessee Harris, E. L.Georgia Harris, F. W.Daytona Beach Harter, B. P.Winter Garden Havens, R. L.Pennsylvania Heldt, C. H.Pennsylvania Heldt, R. C.Daytona Beach Hensley, A. S.Haines City Herroder, T. L.California Herst, S. J.Missouri Herzfeld, M. M ichigan Hicks, A. B.Michigan Hildreth, A. G.Missouri Hoffman, A. T.Pensacola Holt, W. L.California Howell, J. C.Orlando Hubbell, P. R.Michigan Hunter, M. G.Tampa Hurd, N. M. O rlando Hutton, D. F.Michigan Irvine, S. W.Pennsylvania Jennings, C. H.St. Petersburg Jones, E. M.St. Petersburg Jones, E. 0..Illinois Kane, J. E.Ml Kell, R. J.Sara Keller, F. B. L ake i Kerrigan, L. M.Ta| Kidder, E. M.Massachusb Kidwell, J. H.Mississji; Killoren, F. E.M:1 Kingsbury, L. C.'.. Lake W[l Kinney, B. E.Illi I Kinney, L. F.Illio Kirkpatrick, H. T.M i Kline, J. L.Jackson Knapp, F. C.Nebrifl Landes, H. V. Li .st. cj Larimore, L. S. .Miss.] LaRue, J. B. Lay, T. H. .Oklaha Lewis, C. H. ...Winter HM Long, C. B. .... Pennsylv i Long, G. P. Long, R. L. .Clearw; Love, S. R.. ... St. Petersh Lovejoy, A. C. Loveland, M. M„.. 1 Lumley, L. E. Lynn, W. D. .m| Me McCaslin, J. A. .St. Petersh McCaughan, R. C.. .Illi McConnell, F. I. .. Pennsylv i McCormick, J. J.. .M-l McDonough, W. M.. .Illi McKinley, C. A. .M McMains, H. .Orl? M Manchester, R. G... .Gaines Martin, B. F. .St. Peters! Martin, C. C. .Califo Martin, 0. F. .Massachui Maurer, M. E. Meador, A. P. .West Vir£ Medlar, S. A. .... Pennsylv Memer, H. B. .Jackson Metcalf, C. A. M Miller, G. M. .Orlj Miller, L. .... Miami B Miller, P. H. .... Pennsylv Miller, R. L. .Tenne Mochrie, E. .1 Money, J. V. .Mich Monroe J R. Montague, 0. C., Jr .Sara Moore, E. A. E. .St. Peters

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7 Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY S T ame Address Name Address vtoore, G. W. Boot, C. B. doore, B. D. .Washington, D. C. Bossman, W. F. Morris, C. H. Bummel, C. D. vtoseley, J. B. Bunyen, A. ylount, F. M. tfummaw, G. K.. S vluncie, C. H. Sartwell, J. 0. [urphy, E. E. Saunders, A. B. durphy, B. W. Saunders, E. A. iutschler, 0. C... Scaife, M. E. Newman, T. C. N Schumacher, E. L. Schwieger, J. S. Seaman, K. L. Nikola, G. F. Seay, T. G. 'foeling, G. D.. ^oeling, G. D., Jr.. .Pennsylvania Sellards, D. D. .Pennsylvania Shalett, I. J. Northern, B. J.. .. .Pennsylvania Shay, W. G. )dden, L. H. 0 Shellenberger, J. M. Shifflett, E. E. Shoemaker, P. A. .Pennsylvania ) Â’Dell, A. D. Shull, D. B. )gle, J. M.. Shupert, M. E. )Neill, A. Siegert, A. M. .Indiana )sborn, H. C. Simmons, H. F. .Pennsylvania 3 arker, F. A. P Simpson, J. H. Singleton, B. 0. Slater, A. B. .Tampa ? atterson, B. D.. Sluyter, E. G. Â’ence, H. 0. .Missouri Smith, A. W. .Massachusetts 3 heils, E. H. Smith, H. B. 3 ierce, E. G. Smith, J. B. 3 ierce, H. J. Smith, S. P. Smyth, B. 3 ierce, H. V. 3 ierce, M. M. .Bradenton Snedeker, 0. 0..... 3 ohlig, W. A. Sommer, C. 3 owrie, J. D. .Miami Spalding, M. B. 3 ratt, E. J.. .Michigan Spencer, P. B. 3 ressly, M. W., Jr.. Spicer, E. W. 3 rinty, S. Staff, L. E. .Illinois 3 risque, B. C. Stahlman, H. E. 3 urdon, W. F. Stem, H. L. .Pennsylvania Juick, B. T. Q Stewart, C. B. Stewart, H. H. Stewart, J. J. .Minnesota .Minnesota .Indiana lader, N. L. E .West Palm Beach Stinson, J. A.. Strayer, Y. A. Strobell, E. G. W. .St. Petersburg .Orlando .California laffenberg, M. G.. Swartz, G. H. .LalTeland Jamsey, E. L. lamsey, F. E. T tanagan, F. J. Teall, C. G. .New York Jankin, F. Teets, C. P. .Washington, D. C. ieay, M.. Thompson, J. W. .New York leid, McM. J. Thompson, M. S. .Jacksonville iichards, T. J. Tilley, M. B. .Illinois iichardson, G. A.. Tillman, C. G. .Miami lichardson, H. J.. .Miami Tindall, A. W. .Pensacola iipley, G. H., Jr_ Tindall, C. C. .Kissimmee tobinson, L. A. .... Daytona Beach Tindall, K. B. .Orlando iogers, B. W.. Toepfer, H. 0. .Pennsylvania

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Bureau of Vital Statistics Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 15 CHAPTER XVIII Osteopaths 3417. Definition. —The words “osteopathie medicine” as used in this Chapter is the name of that system or school of medicine which is taught and practiced in the standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as herein after set forth. (Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, §1.) 3418. License required.—It shall be unlawful for any person to practice osteopathic medicine and surgery without a license. (Id. §2.) 3419. Other schools of medicine, surgery and chiropractic not affected.— The practice of medicine, surgery and chiropractic by duly licensed practititioners under the laws of this State, shall in no way be affected by the pro visions of this Chapter. (Id. §3.) 3420. Former license. —The holder of a license or certificate heretofore issued under the laws of this State authorizing the practice of osteopathy shall present to the said board [State board of osteopathic medical examiners] said license or certificate and a new license or certificate under this Chapter shall be issued to the holder thereof. (Id. §4.) 3421. State board. —Within thirty days after May 26, 1927, the Governor of the State shall appoint six examiners who shall be regularly licensed osteopathic physicians in good standing in this State, and who have been so engaged for a period of at least two years immediately prior to their appointment, two of whom shall be appointed for the term of one year, two for the term of two years, and two for the term of three years, and thereafter it shall be the duty of the Governor to appoint or re-appoint two examiners each year for a term of three years after the term theretofore appointed shall expire, but each examiner shall continue in office until his successor is appointed. The Governor shall call the first meeting of the board, and at such meeting the board shall organize, electing from the members a chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and treasurer; and annually thereafter on the first Tuesday in October the board shall meet in annual meeting and elect officers for the ensuing year. A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum. The said examiners shall be known and constitute the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter referred to as the board. Said board shall have and use a common seal and have all the rights and powers to make and adopt all necessary rules and regulations and by-laws relating to the enforcement of the provisions of this Chapter and not inconsistent herewith. Examination shall be made at least twice a year, at the time and place fixed by said board, of which examination all applicants shall be notified in writing. The compensation of examiners shall be fixed by the by-laws of said board, but in no case shall it exceed the fees collected from applicants. (Id. §5.) 3422. Application for examination. —/Each applicant for the examination provided in this Chapter shall comply with the following requirements: 1. Make application for examination on blank forms prepared and fur nished by the State board of osteopathie medical examiners. 2. Submit evidence verified on oath and satisfactory to the said board that applicant is twenty-one years of age or over. 3. Is of good moral character. 4. Is a citizen of the United States. 5. Is a graduate of a legally incorporated college of osteopathy and surgery maintaining a standard satisfactory to the board.

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16 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 6. Pay in advance to the board, fees as follows: (a) For examination of an osteopathic physician and surgeon $25.00 (b) For issuance of license. 5.00 (c) For the license of one applying therefor under the provisions of section 3427. 25.00 (Id. §6.) 3423. Professional education. —Standards of professional education are fixed as follows: 1. To practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon: (a) The applicant shall be a graduate of a professional school or college of osteopathy which requires as a prerequisite to graduation a four years’ course of nine months each, covering the standard curriculum, as defined in section 3424, and giving instructions in all the subjects necessary to educate a thoroughly competent general osteopathic physician and surgeon, including obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructions in anesthetics, antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotes, to teach principles of surgery and surgical diagnosis leading to a degree of osteopathic physician or doctor of osteopathy. Physicians and surgeons of the osteopathic school of medicine are to be of equal rank and grade as the physicians and surgeons of the other three schools of medicine designated as allopathic, homeopathic and eclectic, to have all the rights except to use drugs not taught in the standard colleges or schools of osteopathy: Provided, however, that no osteopathic physician licensed under this Chapter shall practice major surgery who has not had a four-year course in an accredited osteopathic school or college, or the equivalent thereof. (Id. §7.) 3424. Colleges of osteopathy defined. —The term ‘ ‘standard college of osteopathy” shall be defined as follows: A legally chartered osteopathic college requiring before granting the degree of doctor of osteopathy, an actual attendance at such osteopathic college of at least thirty-six months or four terms of nine months each, its course of study to include the subjects as follows: Anatomy (descriptive, regional, applied, surgical and dissection). Embryology. Chemistry (advanced to include organic and physiological chemistry and toxicology). Histology. Physiology. Bacteriology. Hygiene. Hydrotherapy. X-radiance and electrical diagnosis. Dietetics. Practice of osteopathic medicine: (a) Principles of osteopathy. (b) Practice of osteopathic medicine: Therapeutics, to include diseases of nervous system, alimentary tract, heart and vascular system, genito-urinary diseases, ductless glands and metabolism, respiratory tract, bone and joint diseases. (d) Corrective gymnastics, physio-therapy. (e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis, psy chiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936 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 eighth 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 report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have reg istered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Name Morgan, A. M. Address Murdaugh, H. D.. Miurphy, H. H. Myers, G. J. Nelson, H. A. N Nevills, J. H. Oestrieher, A. E... 0 Olson, A. E. Overbeck, A. Palmquist, A. P.. P Patterson, G. L. Perry, W. T. Pickett, A. C.. .West Palm Beach Pierce, B. A. Pierce, J. G. Pipkin, L. N. Poling, E. H. Pop, F. J., Jr. Pournelle, P. A., Jr Powers, E., Jr. .Miami Pritchard, E. B.. Prosser, J. L. Puddieombe, E. .Tampa Eabb, E. A. Eainey, D. I. R Eeynolds, L. E. Ehoads, B. H. .West Palm Beach Eichholt, E. H. S .Hollywood Sagvold, T. E. Saunders, B. M. Saunders, E. T. Saunders, L. M. .Miami Saunders, E. G. Scarborough, J. Q.. Sehoenthaler, W. F. .New York Schubert, F. S. .Ohio Schubert, G. H. .St. Petersburg Scott, M. P. .Miami Name Shafer, A. H., Jr... Addis Shelmire, C. T. Shumate, M. L. Simonson, M. E.. Sligh, E. A. Sligh, J. E. Smith, A. E. Smith, B. E. .Ft. Pic Smith, M. C. E.. .. Tarpon Sprig Smith, S. M. .Ml Smith, V. B. .Hollyvjp Spearing, H. A.. Jacksonville ((I Speight, W. E. Spurck, H. A. .Calif oK Stephan, W. F. .Clearwjt Stephenson, E. W.. .Lake W| Swan, W. H. Sykes, E. N. .Orlaj Takahashi, J. M... T .Clerri T'akahashi, T. .. Clermont (J| Tallman, 0. H. Taylor, J. W. .Indl Thiess, W. W. Thornton, F. E.. .Orl J Thornton, F. W.. .St. Peterslp Tilson, B. D. .H Tracy, M. E. .Mf Trentin, M. Tucker, T. C. .St. c| Vail, K. F. V .Orl^ Wendland, H. J... W .Braden White, J. F. .Mi White, J. M.. .Ml Whiteleather-Moeller, V, .Indi Wolfe, W. F. .Wildva Woodhull, M. Worthing, H. M.. .Sara) .St. Petersh Wright, 0. D. .St. PetersK Young, C. W. Y .Ta|

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Tampa Shores: (Pinellas) Shumate, Mary Louise Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Tavares: (Lake) Duncan, Marian D. Vero Beach: (Indian River) Mathis, Clarence E. Wauchula: (Hardee) Montan, Sarah E. Pipkin, Luther N. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Erazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck Goodman, William A. Jones, Lawrence Samuel McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell Pickett, Alfred Charles Rhoads, Benjamin H. Trentin, Marcel Wildwood: (Sumter) Wolfe, William F. Winter Haven: (Polk) Brunskill, Robt. Williams Dean, James Robert Winter Park: (Orange) Dallas, Charles Fay Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Arnot, Emerson David California: Spurck, Hiram A. Illinois: Tilson, Bertha Davis Indiana: Krug, Inda Sinclair Taylor, James Walter Whiteleather-Moeller, Yelma Iowa: Pop, Frank J., Jr. Saunders, Bertha Mary Saunders, Edward Terrell Kentucky: Acker, George Coe Maryland: Overbeek, Adrian Massachusetts: Swan, Walter Herbert Michigan: Montgomery, Leonard E. New Jersey: Diesel, John Frederick New York: Schoenthaler, William Frederick Thiess, William W. Ohio: Poling, Edith Haynes Reynolds, Leo Eugene Schubert, Frederick S. Pennsylvania: MacQuarrie, Laura N. South Carolina: Hutto, William Leo West Virginia: Collins, Edward Eustace

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12 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are en gaged 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 me chanical, 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. 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 pro visions 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 practi tioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for un lawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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 COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 a unanimous affirmative vote shall sustain said charges, it may revoke said certificate of the accused, and in which event the board shall thereupon give written notice in the same manner as provided for the giving of said notice of suspensions, to the said holder of said certificate, which has been so revoked by said board, whereupon the said holder of said certificate which has been so revoked shall have the right within sixty days to appeal to any court of law or equity having jurisdiction, from the action of said board in revoking said certificate, and the said action of the board shall be subject to review and decision of said court, or of any appellate court, if an appeal be taken. In the event the said holder of said certificate, which has been so revoked shall not within sixty days appeal from the decision of the board, in the manner aforesaid, then the action of said board in revoking said certificate shall be final. The action of the board shall be recorded in the same manner as cer tificates are recorded, and the name of the person whose certificate is so re voked shall be stricken from the list of certificate holders, and he or she shall be disqualified from practicing chiropractic in the State of Florida. (Id. §14.) 3449. Issue and reissue of certificates. —Said board may, at any time after the refusal or revocation of a certificate for good and sufficient reason appearing to it, by a unanimous vote, issue certificate to the person affected, conferring upon him or her all the rights and privileges of and pertaining to the practice of chiropractic, as defined and regulated by this Chapter. Any person to whom such certificate has been issued, as provided in this section, shall pay to the secretary-treasurer of said board the sum of twenty-five dollars upon the issuance thereof: Provided, however, that before the said board shall issue a certificate to an applicant to whom certificate has been refused upon the grounds in this Chapter stated, or restored the certificate of any person which may have been revoked, the board shall publish notice in a newspaper of general circulation, once a week for two consecutive weeks, of the application before said board to issue or reissue the certificate of the person to whom a certificate has been refused, or a person whose certificate has been revoked, to the end that opportunity may be afforded to any person to show cause to the board why such application should not be acted upon by said board. (Id. §15.) 3450. Recording of certificate. —Every person who shall receive a certifi cate from the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners shall have it recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which he resides, and shall likewise have it recorded in the county to which he may subsequently move for the purpose of practicing chiropractic. The failure or refusal on the part of the holder of a certificate to have it recorded before he or she shall begin the practice of chiropractic in this State, after having been notified by the secretary-treasurer of the said board to do so, shall be sufficient ground to warrant the said board to revoke said certificate and render it null and void. (Id. §16.) 3451. Disposition of fees. —lAll examination fees received by the State board of chiropractic examiners under this Chapter shall be securely kept by the secretary-treasurer of said board and remitted to or deposited with the State Treasurer of Florida as hereinafter provided. (Id. §17.) 3452. Annual statement.—The secretary-treasurer of said board shall, within thirty days after the adjournment of their regular meeting of said board in January of each year hereafter render a true and correct sworn statement of account to the Comptroller of this State, showing all funds collected or received by the said board, and he shall at the same time remit to the State Treasurer all moneys received by him. (Id. §18.) 3453. Duties of State Treasurer. —The State Treasurer shall receive and keep the said moneys in a special fund to be designated by him and shall pay the same out on warrants drawn by the Comptroller of the State upon vouchers issued and signed by the president and secretary-treasurer of said

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 7 iami Beach.: (Dade) Brinkler, George Henry Cox, Vernon Pennock Grossman, Harry Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Singley, V. Leeds Woollard, George Edward rlando: (Orange) Cortez, Don Emanuel French, Ida Carson Heitz, John J. McFerrin, Charles B. Menzel, Ora Lorien Vail, Kenneth Francis ilm Beach: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. jmsacola: (Escambia) : Thomas, C. G. isrry: (Taylor) [Hendry, Wilson Towles taut City: (Hillsborough) ?Hicks, Wilbur Lee pfety Harbor: (Pinellas) iBarth, Con F. (.Augustine: (St. Johns) (Conley, Ransom Clay Cloud: (Osceola) | Briggs, Jessie M. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Alden, John R. Berry, Viola Riley Collins, Francis X. Doolittle, William S. Farnsworth, James Howard Gesser, Charles Henry Henderson, Karl I. Hurst, Milton Lauber, John Hayes Lauber, Sentha Lunin, Yale Sanford: (Seminole) Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Fricker, R. J. Woodhull, Mabel Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bryant, Robert Abner Coyne, John R. Gavilla, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Gresko, Stephen J. Guest, Lyle Orville Lentjes, Fred Peerman, Roy Wendell Roop, William Henry Sust y de Llanos, Aurelio A. Urbuteit, Fred Utrecht, William Valdes, J. R. S. Viti-Mariani, Hannibal West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Crandall, Charles R. Glorig, Aram Hovanness Ronning, Paul C. Trentin, Marcel Winter Haven: (Polk) Dean, James Robert Alabama: Hardy, Willie Clayton Connecticut: Weissberg, Simon Indiana: Crandall, Burton Edwin Watson, Carl B. New York: Friedman, Samuel Hanoka, N. S. Matera, Joseph Mario Oliveri, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy North Dakota: Miller, Jacob H. Miller, Theresa Fetzer Ohio: Davis, Alexander Wenger, Ralph Webster Texas: Vogel, Max A. Utah: Schreiber, August Virginia: Frischkorn, Carl Salem Washington, D. C.: Merley, John M. Sehippell, Theresa Marie

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10 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are en gaged 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 me chanical, 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. 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 pro visions 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 practi tioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for un lawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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 General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933 11 CHAPTER 15911 — (No. 54) Chiropody AN ACT Defining and Regulating the Practice of Chiropody, Providing for the Examination and Licensing of Chiropodists, Providing for exemptions From This Act, Creating a Board of Chiropody Examiners, Providing Penalties for the Violation of This Act, Repealing Laws in Conflict Herewith and Fixing the Date upon Which This Act Becomes Effective. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. DEFINITION.— Chiropody shall mean the diagnosis, medi cal, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof; and shall include the use and pre scription of local anesthetics. SECTION 2. On and after the passage of this Act, it shall be unlawful for any person to profess to be a chiropodist or to practice or assume the duties incident to chiropody without first obtaining from the State Board of Chiropody Examiners, a Chiropody License. All persons before being licensed to practice chiropody in the State of Florida, shall make application upon a blank form authorized and furnished by the Board of Chiropody Examiners hereinafter created, to the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board of Chiropody Ex aminers, which license shall be granted to such applicants after they shall have furnished satisfactory proof of being at least twenty-one years of age and of good moral character, but only upon compliance with the following conditions: SECTION 3. REGISTRATION OF CHIROPODISTS WITHOUT EXAM INATION.— Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practi tioner of chiropody, who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unre voked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter 12197 other wise known as Senate Bill No. 87, known as an Act regulating the practice of podiatry, passed by the Legislature in the year 1927, and approved by the Governor on May 26th, 1927, shall be registered and issued a certificate of qualification without examination, if he or she shall present to the State Board of Chiropody Examiners, before the first day of October, A. D. 1933, satisfac tory proof that he or she at the time of application is duly registered and licensed in accordance with the above mentioned Act and upon the payment of a fee of $5.90, shall receive in testament thereof, a certificate signed by the Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners and countersigned by the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners. All applications for registration shall be made upon blanks furnished by the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners and shall be signed and sworn to by the applicant. Any bona fide citizen of Florida who has been engaged in the practice of chiropody for the last two years, in Florida, shall be entitled to receive a license from said Board without examination. SECTION 4. REGISTRATION BY EXAMINATION.— Any person not en titled to registration, as aforesaid, who shall furnish to the Board of Chiropody Examiners, satisfactory proof that he or she is twenty-one years of age or more and of good moral character, and shall present a diploma from a chiropody or podiatry school, which school required for graduation a course of study of at least two years, said school to be approved by the Board of Chiropody Ex aminers, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of anatomy, chemistry, dermatology, diagnosis, materia-medica, path ology, physiology, surgery and clinical and orthopedic podiatry, limited in scope to the treatment of the foot and leg. Minimum requirements for license shall be a general average in said examinations of seventy-five per. cent in all subjects involved and not less than fifty per cent in any one subject, and pay an examination fee of $25.00, which shall accompany the application, to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners. Any applicant

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President, Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville R. L. Hughes, M.D., Bartow W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville •1 P P g RECORDSDEMOGRAPHY •1 FLORIDA CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h. Director Jacksonville 0f lf o r t i,

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MEMBERS STATE BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINERS Wm. M. Rowlett, Tampa Thos. W. Hutson, Miami S. E. Driskell, Jacksonville James E. Crump, Winter Haven H. A. Day, Orlando J. M. Mann, Lake Butler Eugene G. Peek, Ocala C. E. Tumlin, Miami Carl A. Williams, St. Petersburg S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton *Resigned November 13, 1935. Information concerning members constituting above Board submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, January 16, 1936.

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Florida State Board of Health Foreword During the calendar year 1935, a total of 1,812 Doctors of Medicine registered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as compared with the total of 1,735 for 1934, a total of 1,671 for 1933, a total of 1,614 for 1932, a total of 1,641 for 1931, a total of 1,552 for 1930, a total of 1,504 for 1929, and a total of 1,430 for 1928. A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor’s name and address (as of registration date). 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. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpre tation of certain statements contained therein. Chapter XVII, Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 — Phy sicians, will be found in the back of this publication.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Medicine 5 Name Address A Aber, A. H. .Pennsylvania Adams, C. A., Jr... .Trenton Adams, D. H. .Titusville Adams, D. M., Jr.. .Panama City Adams, G. E. .Jacksonville Adams, T. A. .Daytona Beach (Col.) Adams, T. S. .Jacksonville Adamson, W. P. ..Tampa Adkins, E. H. .Miami Beach Adolphus, G. .Clearwater Airth, H. F. .Live Oak Albaugh, A. P. .Tarpon Springs Albee, F. H. .Venice Albritton, A. B. .Wildwood Alexander, G. L.. Alexander, M. J.. .Zolfo Springs Alexander, 0. E. .Winter Haven Alford, N. .Jacksonville Alison, J. F. .Alabama Allen, B. Allen, 0. F. .Miami Alsobrook, B. E.... .Okeechobee Alsobrook, J. W... .Plant City Altree, E. F. Alvarez, Y. A. .Tampa Amerise, A. D. Ames, A. M. Anderson, A. S. Anderson, C. Anderson, C. 0. Anderson, E. B. .Georgia Anderson, J. G. Anderson, J. J. .Georgia Anderson, J. L. Anderson, J. M. Anderson, J. M. Anderson, L. M.. Anderson, E. G. Anderson T. S. Anderson, W. D.. .Largo Anderson, W. E. Andrews, C. A. Andrews, C. H. .South Carolina Andrews, C. E., Jr.. Andrews, E. D. Andrews, E. H. Andrews, L. L. .Orlando Andrews, M. M. Arango, E. J. Archie, E. 0. .Tampa (Col.) Arms, B. L. Armstrong, F. K.. .Maine Arnold, L. J. Arnold, W. 0. Ashley, K. C. Ashton, W. L. Aulls, E. C. Aurin, E. C. .Ft. Ogden Name Address Ausley, C. M. Austin, E. Austin, G. C. A'uwers, F. J. Avera, J. B. Ayars, E. W. Aykroyd, W. H. B Babcock, H. C. .Miami Bailey, F. W. Baker, J. M. Baker, L. A. Baker, E. M. Baker, W. H. ..Tallahassee (Col.) Baker, W. J. Baldwin, D. M. Baldwin, E. H. .West Palm Beach Ball, E. J. Baltzell, N. A. Barker, F. T. .Tampa Barker, N. B. T. Barnes, B. F. Barnett, E. A. .White Springs Bartee, L. H. .Lynn Haven Bartleson, F. D. .Ft. Myers Bartlett, C. W. .Tampa Baskin, J. G. Basso, E. E.. .Key West Bate, J. E. .Tallahassee (Col.) Bates, G. L. .Vermont Bates, T. H. .Lake City Batten, G. D. Bauer, L. H. Baugh, W. P. .Alabama Baumgartner, C. J. .Jacksonville Bayless, W. C. Beals, C. W. Bean, I. F. Bearce, H. W. Beardall, H. M. .Orlando Beauchamp, P. Beckman, G. E. .Jacksonville Beggs, J. M. Belcher, I. J. Bell, J. D. Bell, K. E. Bennett, J. L. Benson, A. B. Benton, C. C. Bergman, S. .Tampa Bernau, L. F. .Miami Bernier, L. J. Bertram, A. J.. Bertrem, J. W. Besenbruch, P. W. Betton, G. W. Bevis, H. P. Bevis, W. M.

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Bureau, of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 27 Butler, Paul T. Callahan, Jerry B. (Col.) Calvert, Bead N. Chappell, John B. Christ, Calvin D. Collins, Charles Joseph Daniels, Sam. Homer (Col.) Day, Horace A. Edwards, Gaston Holcombe Ermshar, Herman F. Folsom, Spencer A. Ford, James Arthur Gollinger, Charles Collan Gray, Frank Dorsey Gwathmey, George Tayloe Jr. Gwynn, Humphrey Wilson Hankins, I. Sylvester (Col.) Harms, Frank Henry Heitz, John J. Hoffmann, Carl Donnelly Ingram, Hollis Carlyle Ingram, Lawrence C. Johnston, Hewitt Lynn, Clarence Welton McEwan, Duncan Tracy McEwan, John S. Mallory, Meredith Miles, Walter Galliber Neal, Thomas Albert Oertel, Henry B. Orr, Louis McDonald, Jr. Osenbach, William Osincup, Gilbert Seymour Page, W. Grady Pines, John Andrew Bedding, John L. Bicker, Samuel F. Bobinson, S. Miles Seltzer, Joseph ( Shoemaker, Samuel Anise j Sinclair, William Ewing | Spiers, William Henry I Stafford, Arthur Henry | Taylor, Byrne E. Wells, William M. (Col.) White, Boland Thatcher Wooden, H. W. (Col.) Osceola: (Seminole) Moore, Thomas Grover Oviedo: (Seminole) j Martin, John William Oxford: (Sumter) Wood, George W. jDzona: (Pinellas) ; Whitford, Grace Buarc Pahokee: (Palm Beach) j Creel, Charles Edgar Elarbee, George W. 1 Hazen, Olen B. Spooner, D. S. Palatka: (Putnam) Drexel, Adolph Edward Floyd, Hayden G. (Col.) Hosey, John T. Johnson, H. A. Long, James A., Jr. (Col.) Miller, Wesley Sherman Bosborough, Dalton Yancy Steen, Alexander M. Warren, Edmund Walters Watkins, Thomas Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Cram, George Eversleigh Dow, Edmund LeBoy Downs, Augustus Sherman Morrison, Charles Carr, Jr. Shackelford, Clarence Watts Wilber, Arthur Boynton Palmetto: (Manatee) Brown, John 0. Floyd, Alva Justin Panama City: (Bay) Adams, Daniel Marvin, Jr. Bird, Terry Blaekshear, B. D. Blackshear, William J. Fraser, Donald Scott Lisenby, Amsie Horton Middlebrooks, William E. Nixon, James Montgomery Perkins, Herman Boberts, William Carmel Whitfield, J. M. Parrish: (Manatee) Myers, Nicholas P. Penney Farms-' (Clay) Moore, Johnson M. Pensacola: (Escambia) Ames, Allen M. Anderson, Warren Edw. Bell, John D. Bickerstaff, James Henry Born, Charles Allen Brunson, H. B. Bryans, Herbert Lee Daniels, James Palace Dixon, Albert A. (Col.) Fellows, James Hugh Fisher, Luther Calvin, Jr. Haisfield, Abram Baymond Haisfield, Harry Benjamin Heinberg, Charles Jerome Hoffman, James Mortimer Kennedy, Sidney Gustavus Lischkoff, Mozart A. McLane, J. N. Mock, Albert Edward Nobles, Bobert Green Nobles, Velpeau Bobert Nobles, William D. Payne, Walter Clifton Phillips, Lawrence C. Pierpont, Juriah Harris Quina, Marion Ernest Benshaw, Frank Gale Sheppard, Francis Marion Simpson, Horace Lee Stokes, Thomas Henry Sullivay, Bosa L. Sunday, Edw. Julian (Col.) Webb, Carol O. White, Alvyn Waverly Perrine: (Dade) Freeman, Mary Perry: (Taylor) Ellis, John Clement Greene, Balph James 0 Â’Quinn, Charles A. Warren, George Hilliard Weeks, James L. Pierce: (Polk) Bagsdale, Velpeau H. Pinetta: (Madison) Kinsey, Junius P. Plant City: (Hillsborough) Alsobrook, John Walter Austin, Edgar Black, Bobert C. Coleman, John Alexander Holton, William Joseph Joyner, Oscar Albert (Col.) Knight, John Clarence Maguire, Thomas Clair Sanchez, Butler Hall Young, Calvin Todd Polk City: (Polk) Matthews, W. M. Pomona: (Putnam) Main, Daniel O. Pompano: (Broward) McClellan, George S. Winsor, Sanford A. Ponce DeLeon: (Holmes) Stephens, Hiram Aubrey Port Tampa City: (Hillsborough) Mudge, William H. Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Stebbins, Alvin Lloyd Steely, James A. Quincy: (Gadsden) Davis, Julius C. Godard, Bobert Fain Mack, Clyde Clifton Massey, William Walton Stevens, William Spencer (Col.) Wilhoit, Sterling E.

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37 Bureau of Vital Statistics Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVII Physicians 3404. Board; qualifications.—A board is hereby established to be known by the name and style of the State board of medical examiners; said board shall be composed of ten practicing physicians of integrity and ability, who shall be residents of and duly licensed to practice medicine in this State, and who shall have graduated from reputable medical schools and have been engaged in the active practice of their profession within this State for at least a period of five years, but none of them shall be connected in any way with any medical college; said board shall perform such duties and possess and exercise such powers relative to the protection of the public health and the control and regulation of the practice of medicine in the State as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred upon it. (Oh. 8415, Acts 1921, §2.) 3405. Board; how constituted.—The Governor shall within thirty days after June 10, 1921, appoint ten physicians who shall possess the qualifications specified in section 3404 to constitute the members of this board. Five members of this board shall be allopath physicians, three shall be eclectic physicians and two shall be homeopathic physicians. The successor of each member shall be an appointee in the same manner. Said members shall be so classified by the Governor that the term of office of two shall expire in one, three in two, two in three and three in four years from the date of appointment. Annually thereafter the Governor shall appoint two members, each of whom shall serve a term of four years, and these appointments shall be made so as to preserve the original ratio of allopath, eclectics and homeopathics respectively. The Governor shall have power to remove from office members of the board for neglect of duty re quired by this Chapter for incompetency or for unprofessional conduct. Any vacancy which may occur in said board in consequence of death, resignation, removal from the State or from other cause shall be filled for the unexpired term by the Governor in the same manner. A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum. (Id. $3.) 3406. Members; oath, of office.—Immediately and before entering upon the duties of said office the members of the board shall take the constitutional oath of office and shall file the same in the office of the Secretary of State; and there shall thereupon issue to him a certificate of his appointment. (Id. §4.) 3407. Organization; meetings.—Immediately after the appointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer from its membership. The office of secretary and treasurer may be held by one person. All salaries shall be fixed and paid by the board. All expenses of the board shall be paid out of funds collected by the board, and the remainder divided equally among the members of the board. Said board shall hold two regular meetings each year, one in June and one in November at some convenient place in the State and on such date as the board may select, of which meetings notice shall be given by publication thereof once a week for four successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. Special or call meetings may be held at the discretion of the president. Said board shall adopt a seal, which must be affixed to all licenses issued by it. The board shall from time to time adopt such rules and regulations as it may deem necessary for the performance of its duties, and shall examine and pass upon the qualifications of applicants for the practice of medicine in this State as herein provided. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §5; Ch. 12285, Acts 1927, $1.) 3408. Application for license; admission to examination.—Any person wishing to obtain the right to practice medicine in this State, who has not

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1935 Registration of Practitioners f Osteopathy in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.

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13 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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 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. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS — PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to prac tice medicine, osteopathy, chiropracties, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice. 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 ex cluded, 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 dentist 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 regu lations 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 classi fication 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.

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1935 Registration of Practitioners f Chiropractic in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 15 such other methods of treatment or healing as are now regulated by law in the State of Florida. (Id. §13.) 3482. Accredited colleges.—The board of naturopathic examiners are hereby empowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any naturopathic school or college, and in determining the reputability of any naturopathic school or college, the right to investigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorized. (Id. §14.) 3483. Powers of board.—The said board shall have power to administer oaths, to summon witnesses, and to take testimony in all matters relating to its duties. Said board shall issue a license to practice naturopathy to all persons who shall furnish satisfactory evidence of attainments and qualifi cations under the provisions of this Chapter, and the rules and regulations of the board. Such license shall be signed by the president, and attested by the secretary-treasurer of the board under its adopted seal, and it shall give absolute authority to the person to whom it is issued to practice naturopathy in this State. Every unrevoked license and endorsement of recordation made as provided in this Chapter shall be presumptive evidence in all courts and places that the person therein named is legally licensed to practice naturopathy. It shall be the duty of the board to aid the prosecuting attorneys of the State in the enforcement of this Chapter. (Id. §15.) 3484. Refusal to grant licenses; revocations.— The license or registration of a practitioner of naturopathy may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or such practitioner may be reprimanded, upon the following grounds: (a) That he is guilty of fraud or deceit in the practice of naturopathy, or in his admission to the practice of naturopathy; (b) That he has been convicted of a felony. The conviction of a felony shall be the conviction of any offense which, if committed within the Sfate of Florida would constitute a felony under the laws of this State; (c) That he is engaged in the practice of naturopathy under a false or assumed name, or the impersonation of another practitioner of a like or different name; (d) 'That he is addicted to the habitual use of intoxicating liquors, nar cotics or stimulants to such an extent as to incapacitate him for per formance of his professional duties; (e) That he is guilty of untrue, fraudulent, misleading or deceptive ad vertising; (f) Causing the publication or circulation of an advertisement of any modality by means whereby the monthly period of women can be regulated; or the menses, if suppressed, can be established; (g) The procuring or aiding or abetting in procuring a criminal abortion. (Id. §16.) 3485. Proceedings; revocation.— Proceedings for the revocation of a license or the annulment of registration shall be begun by filing written charges against the accused. These charges may be preferred by any person or the board may, on its own motion, direct the executive officer of said board to prefer said charges. Said charges shall be filed with the Secre tary-treasurer of said board. Upon the filing of said charges as herein provided, the time and place for the hearing of same shall be fixed by said board as soon as convenient, and a copy thereof, together with notice of the time and place when they will be heard and determined, shall be served upon the accused at least ten days before the date actually fixed for said hearing. At said hearing the accused shall have the right to cross-examine

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16 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 the witnesses against him, and to produce witnesses in his defense, and to appear personally or by counsel. Said board may, upon satisfactory proof made that any licentiate has been guilty of any of the charges against him, suspend such licentiate from the practice of naturopathy, and call in the license of said licentiate upon a majority vote of the board. Provided, however, that such suspended naturopathic physician may have the pro ceedings of said board reviewed by certiorari, in the circuit court of the circuit in which said license is recorded. The accused shall have the right of trial de novo before the circuit court, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused, and unless the guilt of the accused shall appear beyond a reasonable doubt, the court shall render its decision in favor of the accused and restore him to all rights to practice under this Chapter. Said writ shall issue upon the petition of the person whose license has been revoked any time within ninety days after such revocation. Appeals from any decision of the circuit court may be taken to the Supreme Court of Florida in the same manner and subject to like condition as appeals in chancery are taken. In the event that any such license shall be revoked or registration annulled under the provisions of this Chapter, the said board shall forthwith transmit to the clerk of the circuit court in which said accused is registered as a naturopathic physician, a certificate, under its seal, certifying that such registration has been annulled and that such clerk shall, upon receipt of such certificate, file the same and forthwith mark such registration 11 annulled. ’ ’ (Id. §17.) 3486. Practicing without license.— Any person who shall practice natur opathy after his license has been revoked and registration annulled, shall be deemed to have practiced naturopathy without a license; Provided, however, that at any time after six months after the date of said conviction, said board, by a majority vote, may issue a new license, or grant a license to the person affected, restoring to or conferring upon him all the rights and privileges of and pertaining to the practice of naturopathy as defined and regulated by this Chapter; that the fee therefor shall be the same as upon the issuance of the original license. (Id. §18.) 7726. Other offenses against law regulating practice of naturopathy.— Any person who shall: (a) Sell, or fraudulently obtain or furnish any naturopathic diploma, license, record, or registration, or aid or abet in the same; or (b) Practice naturopathy under the cover of any diploma, license, record or registration illegally or fraudulently obtained or secured, or issued unlaw fully or upon fraudulent representations; or (c) Advertise to practice naturopathy under a name other than his own or under an assumed name; or (d) Falsely impersonate another practitioner of a like or different name; and Any person who, not being then lawfully licensed and authorized to practice naturopathy in this-State, shall (a) Practice or advertise to practice naturopathy; (b) Use in connection with his name any designation tending to imply or to designate him as practitioner of naturopathy; and (c) Any person who shall practice naturopathy during the time his license is suspended or revoked, Shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisonment for not more than five years, or by both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Id. §19.)

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4 Florida State Board of Health Foreword During the calendar year 1935, a total of 93 Chiropodists regis tered as practitioners holding Florida licenses, as compared with the total of 83 for 1934, a total of 66 for 1933, a total of 66 for 1932, a total of 63 for 1931, a total of 65 for 1930, a total of 66 for 1929, and a total of 65 for 1928. A complete alphabetical list appears, showing each doctor’s name and address (as of registration date). 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. Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, is reproduced in full, together with official opinions from the Attorney General pertinent to the interpre tation of certain statements contained therein. Chapter 15911, Laws of Florida, 1933 — Chiropody, will be found in the back of this publication.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics Chiropodists 5 Name A.dams, J. E. A Address &dams, J. M. A.dams, L. B. .St. Petersburg inderson, M. A.rany, E. E. Brownsey, E. G.. B Burns, M. J. 3ampagna, M. C .Daytona Beach tapper, G. I. .Miami Parsley, E. M.. 3anser, H. H. D i)avis, W. A. Dell, M. D. Oevorsak, E. C.. )oherty, J. L. i)unn, C. S. i)yrenforth, L. J.. .West Palm Beach Sgley, F. A. E .Connecticut ihrenberg, A. M.. .New York leorge, H. G xirard, J. M. iisler, C. C. iisler, C. L. Gleason, B. .Miami loddard, G. R. loldberg, E. xoldwag, H. L. biffin, U. M. lackel, C. H lart, J. J. lart, M. A. lauch, R. D. lenchey, T. J. .West Palm Beach lolmes, A. M.. lurd, E. B. ones, S. R.. J Kennedy, M. E. K loehl, J. F. .West Palm Beach Name Laubenthal, F. N.. LePompadour, F. S. Levey, I. Levy, B. L Address Lewy, H. Lewy, L. Lewy, M. Lewy, S. Lindley, R. E. Lindsay, J. H.. Livers, L. L. Lockhart, E. L. Me McCormack, F. J.. McDermott, M. Y.. M Manship, G. R. Marsh, M. E. Meister, J. L. Meyer, U. E.. Morley, A. R. Mustard, L. J. N Nelson, G. P Pelletier, G. A. Peters, M. J. .Lakeland Piper, E. M. Porter, F. L. Powers, 0. L. Q Quixley, C. L. .Mt. Dora R Raleigh, A. K. .Orlando Redell, M.,. .New York Reis, S. W. .Palm Beach Rosen, L. .Tampa Rowe, F. W. .Miami Rowe, J. T. .Miami Ryan, A. E. .Miami Rymer, B. J. .New Jersey S Saner, P. J. ....St. Petersburg Scardulla, C. N.. .Miami Beach Schipper, J. F. .Miami Schwartz, I. H. .Miami Singer, L. .Miami Skaley, J. H. .Tampa Skinner, L. R. .West Palm Beach Sonderling, H. .New York Stonehouse, J. M.. .Tampa

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 17 Address .Palatka .Sebastian .Olustee Chattahoochee .Georgia Jacksonville Miami Beach St. Petersburg .Lake Worth .Kentucky .Tampa Jacksonville West Palm Beach St. Petersburg .Clearwater .Ohio E.Ocala Daytona Beach Grand Eidge .Miami Beach St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Tampa Tallahassee .Jacksonville Haines City .Miami .Plant City Jacksonville Jacksonville .Georgia .Havana Ocala (Col.) .Michigan North Carolina .Miami (Col.) .Tampa West Palm Beach .Miami .Miami Holly Hill St. Petersburg .Miami Coral Gables .Miami Jacksonville (Col.) .Clewiston .Rockledge .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Maryland .Sarasota .Tampa Altamonte Springs .Pennsylvania Name Address Scott, S. R. Scruggs, S. A. Scuderi, S. A. Scurry, B. C.. Searle, G. J., Jr. Seebold, J. L. Seeds, J. B. Segrest, R. H. Seiler, M. M. Sellers, E. T. Selman, G. S. Seltzer, J. Sengstak, E. P. E.. Seymour, D. M. Shackelford, C. W.. Shackelford, W. L.. Shafer, W. W. Shahan, J. Sharp, W. H. H. Shaver, E. F. Shaw, E. C. Shaw, J. G. Shelby, E. P. Shellhouse, L. H.. Shelton, J. B. Sheppard, F. M. Sherman, W. E. Sherouse, G. W. Shisler, J. W. Shoemaker, S. A.. Sholl, J. R. Sibert, A. Y. Silverman, H. Z. Simeox, L. Simmons, E. D. Simmons, H. F. Simmons, S. J., Jr.. Simmons, T. G. .Auburndale Simonson, L. M. .Lake Alfred Simpson, D. J. .Lakeland (Col.) Simpson, H. L. .Pensacola Simpson, J. K. .Jacksonville Simpson, W. T. .Winter Haven Sinclair, W. E. .Orlando Sisler, B. H. .Pennsylvania Sisson, S. S. ..Jacksonville Sistrunk, J. F. .Ft. Lauderdale (Col.) Sistrunk, R. D. .Dade City Skaggs, P. T. .Miami Skiff, F. S. .Ft. Lauderdale Slaughter, F. G.. .. .Jacksonville Slaughter, T. K.. .Wildwood Smiseth, S. P. .St. Petersburg Smith, A. W.. .Jacksonville (Col.) Smith, B. .Tampa Smith, C. F. ....New Jersey Smith, C. K. .Miami Smith, C. M. .. .St. Petersburg (Col.)

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24 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Mendoza, Carl Clifford Mitchell, George Milner Mitchell, John Henry Moe, Leonard N. Morgan, Thomas Edward Morris, Kenneth Alexander Morris, S. A. Mnrphree, Walter Ellis Norris, Samuel Royall Norwood, John Kirk Oberdorfer, Aaron Zacharias OÂ’Dell, John 0., Jr. Oetjen, George Frederick Ward, Cassius A. (Col.) Wattles, Frank Merrill Wilcox, Clarence Robert Wilkinson, Albert H. Wilson, Alpheus K. Woolsey, Bertram Fred Wynn, Robert Sylvanus Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Roberts, Earl H. Jasper: (Hamilton) Bruce, John Robert Corbett, Joseph H. Crouch, Everett C. 'Owens, John Doster Jay: (Santa Rosa) Owens, John H. Stallworth, Nicholas T. Parramore, James Buchanan Key West: (Monroe) Pasco, James Denham Patterson, James P. (Col.) Peterson, Claus Alfred Peyton, Harry A. Porter, Harry Wray Quasser, Adolph Bernard Randolph, James H. Richards, Ferdinand Richardson, George W. Richardson, Shaler Arnold Rogers, A. E. Rogers, Wieland Walker Rollins, Clarence David Ross, William Edson Royce, Clayton E. Safer, Jacob Victor Sample, Adrian Moore, Jr. Sanderson, Raymond Sandusky, Clarence M. Schell, Warren W. (Col.) Schnauss, Fauntleroy Harris Schnauss, William R. Schneider, David Sellers, Elijah Thomas Simpson, James Knox Sisson, Sanford S. Slaughter, Frank Gill Smith, Arthur W. (Col.) Stinson, William Miller Stollenwerck, Amasa Dorman Strumpf, Irving John Swift, Edwin Chester Taylor, Hermon Marshall Teeter, Edmund H. Thomas, Robert Y. H. Thomas, William Howard Thompson, Cornelius Maurice (Col.) Thompson, David Chester Thompson, Thomas C. Turck, Raymond Custer Upchurch, Noble Alvin Van Sehaick, Harold Dean Waas, Frederick J. Basso, Enrique R. DePoo, Julio Fina, Ricardo Galey, H. C. Pintado, Nilo C. Porter, Joseph Yates, Jr. Warren, William Richard Kissimmee: (Osceola) Brinson, Haynes Gary, Robert Eugene Geiger, Hugh St. Clair Lancaster, Wilson Rivers, Thomas Maximus LaBelle: (Hendry) Seebold, John Louis Weaver, Cleo E. Lacoochee: (Pasco) Cannon, Augustus Bartow McLeod, Thomas Lake Alfred: (Polk) Simonson, Lawrence M. Lake Butler: (Union) King, G. R. Seeber Maines, John Edge Mann, John M. Lake City: (Columbia) Anderson, Joseph Gordon Anderson, Leonidas Mosby Arnold, Laurie James Bates, Thomas Henry Bishop, James William Brown, Edgar F. Harkness, Robert B. Ives, Washington MacKey Morris, Neal Murray, Francis Arthur (Col.) Spearman, Mathew W. Lakeland: (Polk) Bird, Donald Paul Bosworth, Joe Marvin, Jr. Boulware, James Richmond, Jr. Clark, Samuel Allen Cline, R. L. Early, Charles Stacy Freeman, Grover Cleveland Griffin, J. D. Harness, Andrew J. Johnson, W. A. J. (Col.) King, William Walter Koon, Alpheus C. Leffers, Richard, Sr. Lester, John Gambill Overstreet, George Olenon Roberts, Tenney Hugh Simpson, David J. (Col.) Smith, Samuel Frederick Stetson, Alexander G. C. j Sullivan, Raleigh Robert Sutter, LeRoy Merwin Tillis, Wylie L. Vassar, Thomas Dupree Vaughn, John W. Watson, Herman Weed, Walter A. Wilson, John F., Jr. Lake Placid: (Highlands) Eide, Alfred Theodore Lake Wales: (Polk) Epling, Brady Dexter Pennington, Byron Y. Tinkler, Bruce Raymond Tomlinson, J. Pitt Tomlinson, John Pitt, Jr. Wilhoyte, Roy Evans Lakewood: (Walton) Williams, A. G. Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Brantley, Grady H. Denison, Raymond Chase j Rowe, Alvah Leo Sory, James Robert Lament: (Jefferson) Walker, William Henry Largo: (Pinellas) Anderson, William Douglas Laurel Hill: (Okaloosa) Stephens, Samuel Edward Lawtey: (Bradford) Carradine, John Hunter Leesburg: (Lake) Holland, Howard Grey Morrison, Harry Kavanaugh: Oetjen, LeRoy Henry Walkonig, Christian Wood, Samuel Clifford Lithia: (Hillsborough) Harris, Ernest R. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Airth, Henry Franklin Anderson, Thomas S. Price, Joshua Marvin Reynolds, John Henry Strickland, Henry M

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30 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Vero Beach: (Indian Biver) Hardee, E. B. Harrell, George L. Kollar, Joseph B. McClellan, P. T. Wauchula: (Hardee) Kayton, Merle Clyde Peacock, Wendell Hunt Poucher, Allen Alfred Spears, Ben D. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Arnold, Wilbur Ogden Baldwin, B. Henry Binkley, John Frey Blair, William M. Cooley, Boy Oscar Dawson, George Millard Dyett, J. H. Bussell (Col.) Edwards, George B. L. (Ool.) Fleming, Samuel Ward Gardner, William Holmes George, William Wellington Gerlach, Henry P. Gill, Bichard S. Halliday, John Heath, Guy W. Henry, Gordon Fuller Herpel, Frederick K. Jackson, Noah Jefferson, T. LeBoy (Col.) Johnson, Yesey Marklin Lewis, Gaylord Miller, Alice B. Netto, Lloyd Joseph Nowling, James Cleveland Nutter, William Lawrence Papot, Grace Elliott Pittman, James Hardy Powell, Jay Allen Bozier, Lauchlin McKinnon Sayad, William Yohannan Shackelford, W. Lawson Sibert, Aldo Vernon Sory, Bailey Brown, Jr. Stone, Vale D. Van Landingham, W. E. Vickers, Thomas Boudolf (Col.) Whitman, Frank S. Wewahitchka: (Gulf) Meriwether, Thos. White Springs: (Hamilton) Barnett, Boss Augustus Cone, Daniel Newnan Wildwood: (Sumter) Albritton, Andrew B. Slaughter, Thomas K. Williston: (Levy) Turner, Smith Lanier Willis, Jesse M. Wimauma: (Hillsborough) Harris, John Henry Winter Garden: (Orange) Davis, James Abraham Lawrence, Everton Jay Lawson, Ben Hill Quillman, Frank L. Wheatley, Claude I. Winter Haven: (Polk) Alexander, Omer B. Bond, Benjamin Joseph Crump, James E. Gilbert, Bobert Ernest Hilborn, Bobert Boss Horton, Waldo Irons, Frank Ernest Sherman, William Eurasti Simpson, W. T. Winter Park: (Orange) Burks, B. Auxford Coffin, Charles E. Gardner, Julian Forrest Hart, Buth S. Hotard, Boland Frank McGugan, Arthur Morton, B. Bosalie Slaughter Trovillion, J. A. Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Mills, David Arthur Zolfo Springs: (Hardee) Alexander, Morris James Alabama: Alison, James F. Baugh, Wendell P. Burkett, W. T. Caldwell, Herbert Dodson, Mayhew W. Drennen, W. Earle Garrard, Hollis Franklin Grimes, Ormond Balph Hall, Frank Marion Hinton, Andrew Hill Holley, John F. Long, John P. Maxwell, Walter John McGrath, W. E. Nicholson, L. B. Paterson, Bussell Stephen Shahan, John Smith, Walton H. Y. Snow, John Wesley, Jr. Terrill, J ames W. Thompson, John Andrew Walker, Henry Moody Wiley, James Bayse Arizona: Biddle, Percy Dake California: Ashley, Kennerley Comstock Branch, Charles Henry Hardin, Jr. Brann, Harold Welch Furnish, Biehard Douglas Ickstadt, Albert, Jr. Lynn, Isaac Wesley Moodie, Bazil M. Scuderi, Samuel A. Thorpe, Franklyn Walter, Frederick J. Wright, Burnett W. Colorado: Campbell, Daniel Currie Connecticut: Myers, John W. Waffensmith, Jacob Wm. Delaware: Howell, Harrison Worthington Georgia: Anderson, Emmett Bernard Anderson, James J. Andrews, Chas. Beneau, Jr. Avera, J. B. Bell, Kenneth Bush Boynton, Charles Edward, JrJ Bramlitt, Chas. Henry Brantley, John Q. Brown, Bandall G. Busey, Thomas Jesse Bush, John Combs, James Andrew Crozier, Gordon Turner Curtis, Walker Lewis Ellis, Samuel B. Farmer, Myron Hall Findley, Cleveland Ward Floyd, Earl Fort, Arthur G. Freeman, Alexander Butherford Garner, John Elmo Gheesling, Goodwin Griffith, Daniel Henry Hallum, Alton Venson Hanson, Karl Boyles Hester, Marion William Hogan, Cecil Malcolm Hubert, Marion Alb on Hunter, Isaac Harry Hutchings, Ernest Hughes Jenkins, Hughes Brantley Keiser, John M. Lennard, Oscar Dean McMath, William Bates Massenburg, George Y. Mayher, W. E., Jr. Mitchell, William S. Moon, Pleasant Leonidas, Jr. Moses, Harry Murray, Oscar Beryl

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32 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Hart, Oliver James Hoffman, Clifford Wm. Kirby, Wm. Leslie Lancaster, William Jesse Mallett, Eugene Pierre Miller, John Floyd Moorefield, Jones Lef • wich Saunders, John Rudolph North Dakota: Larson, Ernest John Ohio: Biddle, James K. Brungard, Otis Daniel Driscoll, Frederick James Ferris, Frank F. Hendrickson, Floyd Chester Hofling, Charles A., Jr. Klussman, Henry A. Langan, Paul Conway MeCleary, Joseph Roy Rank, Auldy Theodore Rush, Thomas William Searle, George J., Jr. Smith, Parke Gillespie Oklahoma: Cleverdon, Lawrence A. Hubbard, John Clarence McKinley, Frank James Pennsylvania: Aber, Albert H. Beals, C. W. Bucknell, Howard Burnett, Wilbur Emory Drieling, Arthur W. Edmundson, Frank B. Fleming, James Carlisle Foy, Eugene Thomas Gamble, Robert B. Izlar, William Henry Jaquish, Charles Joseph Jenny, Thomas Gotthart Keezel, Joseph Otto Klussman, Richard Mansfield Ley, Charles A. Lowenburg, Harry McCormick, William M. Parkinson, William N. Pearson, Homer Colquitt Scott, Stuart Donald Simmons, Harry Frank Sisler, Bruce Hunter Thomas, Russell Todd, De Villo Otis Wammock, Hoke Ziegler, Alfred Henry Rhode Island: Aulls, Ernest Carlisle Dey, Walter Pettus Myers, Edward Louis South Carolina: Anderson, Ruskin Gregory Andrews, Charles Herman Brunson, Joseph E. Glennan, Thomas Luke Peel, George Talbot Ravenel, James Jervey Shaw, James Graham Smith, D. Lesesne, Jr. Vincent, Charles P. Williams, Daniel B. South Dakota: Williams, F. E. Tennessee: Bevis, William Marion Brewer, William Ausborn Brown, Andrew George Brown, Emmett E. Carpenter, George K. Duffin, Charles Edward Erwin, Archie Lewis Gilbert, J. Thomas, Jr. Hasty, Frederick Emerson Hughes, Nathan Asbury McCrary, Roy Clayton Maloney, Robert Lee Martinson, M. M. Moore, Alfred Nabers, Luke Waldrep Thach, Andrew Blaine Thomas, Daniel Rees Texas: Boccelato, Salvador Leon Carter, John Hardin Dunn, Jos. C. Martin, Leon Herbert Parmley, Lee Edward Reeves, Ernest Edwin Sprinkle, Davis Lee Utah: Hayward, J. C. Vermont: Bates, George L. Genge, Victor P. Ilderton, John Allan Stapleton, John Lawson Virginia: Haynsworth, Josiah Edgar Mason, R. L. Moss, William Hosia Murphey, David Rhodin, Jr. Weaver, William Niebuhr Washington: Elder, John W. Washington, D. C. Alexander, Guy Levis Knowlton, H. A. Marshall, Louis Richard Vaughn, Robert J. West Virginia: Cullipher, Edward W. Ferrell, Ashby David Gerlach, Earl B. Leu, Raymond Hansford Myers, Hu Crim Ray, Roy Webb, Roy Lee Wisconsin: Ball, Elmer J. Blanchard, Hubert H. Leach, Milford Arthur Africa: Hughlett, William Smith Canada: Nash, Harold C. Central America: Corrigan, Frank P. Cuba: Taylor, Kempton Potter Aiken South America: Fourcher, Kenneth R.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 33 Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Oste opaths, 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, misrep resentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and/or material systems of healing and every other person 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 Certi ficate 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, postoffice and resi dence 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 au thorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the appli cation 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 registra tion, 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 ma terial healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the pro visions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.

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35 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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 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. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS — PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to prac tice medicine, osteopathy, chiropraetics, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice. 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 ex cluded, 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 dentist 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 regu lations 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 classi fication 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 en gaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, required to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936 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 eighth annual compilation of sueh 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 report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have reg istered for the calendar year 1935. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1934, but failed to register again for 1935. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 11 Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Oste opaths, Chiropraetics, 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, misrep resentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. SECTION 2. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and/or material systems of healing and every other person 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 Certi ficate 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, postoffiee and resi dence 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 au thorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the appli cation 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 registra tion, 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 ma terial healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the pro visions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.

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14 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are en gaged 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 me chanical, 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. 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 pro visions 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 practi tioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for un lawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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 thef 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 whi^h require such registration.

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Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 Osteopathic physicians and surgeons licensed hereunder shall have the same rights as physicians and surgeons of other schools of medicine with respect to the treatment of cases or holding of offices in public institutions. It is the intent and purpose of this Chapter to grant to osteopathic physicians and surgeons the right to practice as taught and practiced in the standard colleges of osteopathy. (Id. §13.) 3430. Refusal and revocation of license.—The State board of osteopathic medical examiners may either refuse to issue or may suspend or revoke any license for any one or any combination of the following causes: 1. Conviction of a felony, as shown by a certified copy of the record of the court of conviction. 2. The obtaining of, or an attempt to obtain a license, or practice in the profession, or money or any other thing of value, by fraudulent misrepre sentations. 3. Gross malpractice. 4. Continued practice by a person knowingly having an infectious or contagious disease. 5. Advertising by means of knowingly false or deceptive statements. 6. Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a name other than one’s own. 7. Habitual drunkenness, or habitual addiction to the use of morphine, cocaine, or other habit-forming drugs. The State board may neither refuse to issue, nor to renew, nor suspend, nor revoke any license, however, for any of these causes, unless the person accused has been given at least twenty days’ notice in writing of the charge against him and a public hearing by the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners. The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall have the power to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of relevant books and papers for the investigation of matters that may come before them and the presiding officer of said board may administer the requisite oaths and such board shall have the same authority to compel the giving of testimony as is conferred on courts of justice. (Id. §14.) 7706. Violation of law relating to practice of osteopathy.—Each of the following acts constitutes a misdemeanor, punishable upon conviction by a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than two hundred dollars. 1. The practice of osteopathic medicine or an attempt to practice osteo pathic medicine without license. 2. The obtaining of, or an attempt to obtain a license, or practice in the profession for money or any other thing of value by fraudulent misrepre sentation. 3. The making of any wilfully false oath, or affirmation whenever an oath or affirmation is required by section 3417 et seq. 4. Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a name other than one’s own. (Ch. 12287, Acts 1927, §15.) 3431. Records.—The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall keep a record which shall be open to public inspection at all reasonable times, of its proceedings relating to the issuance, refusal, renewal, suspension and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville R. L. Hughes, M.D., Bartow W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h. Director Jacksonville

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Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Chiropractic Address .Kentucky .St. Petersburg .Sarasota St. Petersburg St. Petersburg .Miami .Zephyrhills Daytona Beach .Bartow .Bartow .... Clearwater .Melbourne Pt. Lauderdale Pt. Lauderdale .Lake City .Jacksonville .Winter Haven .Miami .Arcadia .Lakeland St. Petersburg .Eustis .Lake Wales West Virginia .St. Augustine .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Tampa Winter Park St. Petersburg Winter Haven .Pensacola .New Jersey .Sanford Pruitland Park .Tampa .Tavares .Stuart Cano, A. L. Cano, C. R. Gatehell, C. H.. Goelz, W. C. Goodman, W. A. Cordon, C. E.. Graham, R. T.. Grantham, T. P. Greer, W. B. Grooms, R. C.. Address .Leesburg .Leesburg .Orlando .Pensacola West Palm Beach .Tampa .... St. Augustine .Quincy .. .St. Petersburg .St. Augustine H Hall, E. A. Harwood, S. E. Hauri, H. Heal, M. M. Heitz, J. J. Henson, S. S. Hicks, W. L. Hook, C. R. Horne, D. N. Howard, J. P. Hutto, W. L. .Tampa .DeLand .Bradenton .St. Petersburg .Sanford .Crescent City .... Plant City .... Gainesville .Marianna .Sarasota South Carolina Jensen, W.. Jones, L. S.. Jones, S. S. J .Daytona Beach .West Palm Beach .Pahokee K Kapp, M. B. Kennedy, D. L. Kinsinger, E. L. Krug, I. S. St. Petersburg .Panama City .Lakeland .Indiana L Lanier, C.Brooksville Lawson, H. L.Palatka Me McDearmid, G. A.Panama City MaeDougall, W. E.Sanford McIntosh, D. C.West Palm Beach MacQuarrie, L. N.Pennsylvania M .Orlando Maberry, E. J.. ....Bradenton Mahan, E. R .Bushnell .Miami Mahan, H. A.Bushnell St. Petersburg Manley, C.Frostproof .DeLand Mathis, C. E V ero Beach Punta Gorda Mattocks, F. H.St. Petersburg Punta Gorda Mayo, C. T.Tampa .Sarasota Mayo, ..^ T ? m 5 a .Jacksonville Mentz, G. W._ Orlando West Palm Beach Montan, S. E W auchula West Palm Beach Montgomery, L. E M i chigan .Orlando Moore, M. M.Ocala

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11 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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 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. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS —* PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to prac tice medicine, osteopathy, chiropracties, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice. 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 soeiis 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 ex cluded, 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 dentist authorizes, and the practice of his seienee 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 regu lations 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 classi fication 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 board. So much of said money as may be necessary shall be used to defray the necessary expenses of the said board in the discharge of their official duties and as compensation for their services in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter. (Id. §19.) 3454. Secretary-treasurer to keep records. —It shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer to keep a record or records in which shall be recorded the name and residence of all persons to whom certificates have been granted by the board, as well as the name and residence of all persons who have been refused certificates and the revocation of certificates. He shall also keep accurate books of accounts and such other books as may be necessary in which to record all the acts and proceedings of said board, said books and records to be open at all reasonable times to public inspection, and subject to ex amination by the State auditor. (Id. §20.) 3455. Bond of secretary-treasurer. —The said secretary-treasurer of said board shall give bond, to be approved and kept by the Comptroller, in the sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the Governor of Florida, and his successors in office, and conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties, and for the true and accurate accounting and payment of all funds received by him under the provisions of this Chapter to the State Treasurer as herein pro vided. (Id. §21.) 3456. Payment of expenses. —All members of said board shall receive a per diem of twenty dollars for each day during which they shall be actually engaged in the discharge of their duties, and mileage at the rate of four cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and from any place of meeting of said board. Such per diem and mileage, and such other incidental expenses incurred by the said board in the discharge of their duties, including necessary stenographic work for secretary-treasurer, and in com pliance with the provisions of this Chapter, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State board of examiners, and not otherwise. (Id. §22.) 3457. Accredited colleges. —The board of chiropractic examiners are here by empowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good standing and reputa bility of any chiropractic school or college. In determining the reputation and standing of any chiropractic school or college the right to investigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorized, such in vestigation not to be made at the expense of said board. (Id. §23.) 3458. Board of health regulations. —All licensed chiropractors shall ob serve and be subject to all state and municipal regulations relating to the control of contagious and infectious diseases, sign death certificates and comply with all laws pertaining to public health, reporting to the proper authority as other practitioners are required to do. (Id. §24.) 3459. Suspension of board members. —The Governor may suspend any member of said board for misfeasance, malfeasance, gross inefficiency or misconduct, or upon any of the constitutional grounds upon which officers may be suspended by the Governor of this State. (Id. §25.) 7707. Practicing chiropractic without license, etc. —Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice chiropractic as defined in section 3446, and in violation of the provisions of sections 3435-3462, or any person who shall buy, sell or fraudulently obtain any diploma or license to practice chiropractic, whether recorded or not, who shall use the title chiropractor, D. C., Ph. C., M. C., Bs. C., or any word or title to induce the public to belief that he or she is engaged in the practice of chiropractic, without first complying with the provisions of sections 3435-3462, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six months, or both fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Each adjustment

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1935 Registration of Practitioners of Naturopathy in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President, Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville R. L. Hughes, M.D., Bartow W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville • 1 RECORDS p w < 1 DEMOGRAPHY • FLORIDA CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h. Director Jacksonville

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5 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Naturopathy Address DeFuniak Springs St. Petersburg .Palm Beach Safety Harbor .Miami .Homestead .Miami St. Petersburg . Clearwater .Miami .St. Cloud .. Miami Beach .Tampa .Miami .Miami .Bradenton .Miami St. Petersburg .St. Augustine .Orlando Miami Beach .Tampa .Indiana West Palm Beach . Clearwater .Ohio Winter Haven .Miami St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Lake Wales Miami .St. Petersburg Ft. Lauderdale .Key West .DeLand .Orlando Sarasota .Lake Jovita .New York .... Clearwater .Virginia .Tampa St. Petersburg .,.Tampa West Palm Beach .Ft. Myers Name Gresko, S. J, Grossman, H. Guest, L. O.. Address .Tampa Miami Beach .Tampa H Hall, B. Hanoka, N. S. Hardy, W. C. Heitz, A. W. Heitz, J. J. Henderson, K. I. Hendry, W. T. Hicks, C. E. Hicks, W. L. Holland, J. J. Holm, A. H. Hurst, M. .Live Oak .New York .Alabama .Sanford .Orlando .St. Petersburg .Perry .Lake Worth .Plant City .Miami .Miami St. Petersburg J Jones, R.Lakeland Kebe, G. B.. Kennedy, S. I. K .Jacksonville (Col.) .Miami L Lauber, J. H.. Lauber, S. Lee, G. L. Lentjes, F. Lindlahr, V. H. Lunin, Y. .St. Petersburg .St. Petersburg Daytona Beach .Tampa .Eagle Lake .St. Petersburg Me McFerrin, C. B. Orlando Matera, J. M.. Menzel, 0. L.. Merley, J. M.. Miller, J. H.. Miller, T. F.. Murray, L. M. M .New York .Orlando .Washington, D. C. .North Dakota .North Dakota .Miami N Niemi, I. S. Daytona Beach O Oakley, L. W. Oliveri, V. Homestead New York Patterson, J. A, Peerman, R. W. Perry, W. T. Posner, E. R.. Post, M. H. P Jacksonville Beach .Tampa .Jacksonville .New York .Miami

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Name Address R Rasmussen, E. L. Rasmussen, F. C. Rasmussen, H. H. Richards, D. J. .Estero Ronning, P. C. .West Palm Beach Roop, W. H. S Saalfrank, R. B. .Miami Beach Sagvold, T. E. .Jacksonville Schippell, T. M. .Washington, D. C. Sehreiber, A. Selige, A. Shafer, A. H., Jr. Singley, V. L. .Miami Beach Sisson, R. R. Slater, A. M.. Slater, 0. I. Smith, A. R. Smith, T. K. Spearing, H. A. Jacksonville (Col.) Sust y de Llanos, A. A.. Name Addi T Thomas, C. G.Pensac Thompson, E. D.Jacksonville (Cj Trentin, M.West Palm Bel Turner, C. F.Jacksonv U Urbuteit, P.Taij Utrecht, W,... .Tar V Vail, K. F.Orla: Valdes, J. R. S.Tar Viti-Mariani, H.Tar Vogel, M. A.Te! W Wambaugh, J. L. Watson, C. B. Weinger, I.. Weissberg, S. Wenger, R. W. Whitesides, G. H. E.. Woodhull, M. Woollard, G. E. .Mij .Indii .Mi* .Connect! Q .DeLj .Saras Miami Be; Doctors of Naturopathy Bradenton: (Manatee) Cockerham, Corbett D. Clearwater • (Pinellas) Blankenship, Iva Neil Dahl, Oliver Fries, Harriet A. Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Lee, Guy Lester Niemi, Ivar S. DeFuniak Springs: (Walton) Abernethy, George Halsey DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, W. Arthur Whitesides, Gertrude Harriet Elizabeth Eagle Lake: (Polk) Lindlahr, Victor H. Estero: (Lee) Richards, David John Eustis: (Lake) Slater, Anne M. Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Feldmann, William John Slater, Olive Isadora Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, T. A. Rasmussen, Franklin C. Rasmussen, Hazel Helen Homestead: (Dade) Benitez, R. M. Oakley, Leonard Wicks Jacksonville: (Duval) Dux, Henry Kebe, George Bengali (Col.) Perry, Walter T. Sagvold, Thomas E. Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Allen Rex Spearing, Herman Aguire (Col.) Thompson, Edward Daniel (Col.) Turner, Charles Franklin Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Patterson, John A. Key West: (Monroe) Fernandez, L. Soto LakeJovita: (Pasco) Friebel, Anna Lakeland: (Polk) Jones, Rollin Lake Wales: (Polk) Dykeman, Lillian Edward! Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) 1 Hicks, Claude E. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Hall, Bartow Miami: (Dade) Beckman, Samuel Bernau, Ludwig F. Blumer, Louis Camara, Joseph Anthony i Casey, Phyllis M. Cold, Katherine M. di Ghilini, Alexander Elstd Evans, Thomas Watson Holland, John Joseph Holm, A. Harry Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Murray, Lorna M. Post, Myron Hazelton Rasmussen, Edwin Ludwig Selige, Adolph Smith, Tilman K. Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Weinger, Isidor

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 9 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 of the 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, chiropractors, 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 13 must be affixed to all licenses issued by it. The board shall, from time to time, adopt such rules and regulations not inconsistent with this Chapter as it may deem necessary for the performance of its duties, and shall examine and pass upon the qualifications of applicants for the practice of naturopathy in this State as herein provided. The officers of the board shall have power to ad minister oaths, summon witnesses and take testimony as to matters pertaining to its duties. A majority of the members of said board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The secretary shall keep a record of all official actions and proceedings of the board, and said records shall be prima facie evidence of matters therein contained. (Id. §5.) 3474. Application for license; examination and admission.—It shall be unlawful for any person to practice naturopathy in the State of Florida until he shall first receive a license so to do from the Florida State Board of Naturopathic Examiners, and to this end he shall make application in writ ing to the secretary of the board, at least two weeks before any regular meeting of the board, or any special meeting that may be called for that purpose, in such form as the board may require for such examination and license. The said applicant shall furnish evidence, satisfactory to the board, that he is more than twenty-one years of age; that he is a citizen of the United States, or if foreign born, that he has taken all necessary steps to become a naturalized citizen of the United States, and that he is of good moral character; that he has completed a high school course and taken a three year course, of nine months each, or more (no two of which courses shall be taken in any one year) in a reputable, chartered school or college of natur opathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the following branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hygiene and sanitation, chemistry, diagnosis, symptomatology, non-surgical gynecology, mid-wifery, jurisprudence, first aid, philosophy and the science and practice of naturopathy. All examinations in said enumerated branches shall be in writing, but the applicant shall also be required to give a practical demonstra tion showing his knowledge and efficiency in such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct of written examina tions each applicant shall be designated by a number, instead of by his name, so that his identity shall not be disclosed to the members of the board until after the examination papers are graded. A license or certificate shall then be issued under the seal of the board, countersigned by members of the board, and authenticated by its secretary, to each applicant who shall pass said written examinations by a rating of seventy-five per cent on the questions provided in each of the subjects named, and who shall also have satisfied the members of said board by such practical demonstration as may be required of his fitness to practice naturopathy as defined by this Chapter. All applications for ^ex amination and license shall be accompanied by a fee of twenty-five dollars to be paid to the secretary-treasurer, and such fee shall not be returned to the applicant in the event of failure on examination: Provided, however, that said applicant may at the next regular meeting of the board, or at any special meeting of the board called for that purpose, again take the examination without the payment of an additional fee. Said board shall convene within sixty days after its appointment for the purpose of passing on the qualifica tions of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfac tory examination. (Id. §6.) 3475. Temporary license.— The board may in its discretion issue a tem porary license to an applicant, whose qualifications and moral fitness to practice naturopathy may be made to appear to the satisfaction of the board, and said temporary license shall have the same force and effect as a permanent license until the next regular or special meeting of the board for examinations, and only until then, when said license shall become void. A temporary license shall not be recorded. (Id. §7.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 19 Name Address Name Address Thompson, T. C. Vinson, W. J. Thomson, W. R.. Vogt, F. A. Thorne, J. I. Voris, F. B. Thorpe, E. D. Thorpe, F. W Threatte, B. .Georgia Waas, F. J. Threlkeld, M. E.. Wade, H. W. Thurston, L. Waffensmith, J. W.. Tiller, 0. B. Walker, H. A. Tillis, W. L. Walker, H. M. Tillman, G. C.. Walker, W. H. Walkonig, C. Timberlake, G. B. .Georgia Tinkler, B. R.. Walkup, A. C. Tison, B. M. Wallace, H. Todd, DeV. 0.. Wallis, T. H. Tolar, J. N.. . Walter, F. J. .California ToUe, R. L. Walters, A. L. Tomlinson, J. P.. Wammock, H. Tomlinson, J. P., Jr. Ward, C. A. Torbett, R. S.. ., Warren, E. W. Touchton, W. C.. Warren, G. H. Tower, J. B. Warren, W. R. Toy, S. H. Waterman, A. H.. Travers, M. P.. Watkins, J. 0., Jr.. Trelles, J. A. Watkins, T. Tribble, 0. E... Watson, F. M. .Chipley Trousdale, T. McK. Watson, H. Trovillion, J. A.. Watt, H. F. Truelsen, T. .Tampa Watters, P. H. Tsangaris, T. Watters, W. H. Tumlin, C. E. Wattles, F. M. Turberville, J. I.. Weaver, C. E. .LaBelle Turberville, J. S.. Weaver, W. N. Turck, R. C. Webb, C. C. Turner, J. B. .Bagdad Webb, E. P. Turner, J. C. Webb, R. L. .West Virginia Turner, J. W.. Webb, W. D. .St. Augustine Turner, R. J. Weed, W. A. Turner, S. L. Weekley, A. S. .Tampa Tyler, L. V. .South Jacksonville Weeks, J. L.. Tyre, C. McK.. Weeks, P. D. .High Springs TT Weems, H. V. .Sebring Upchurch, N. A.. Uzell, Y. D. U Weems, N. M. Weiland, A. H. Weinkle, B. 0. .Boynton .Coral Gables V Welch, P. B. .Miami Vail, E. B. Wells, J. R. .Daytona Beach Vallotton, J. R.. Wells, J. S., Jr. .New Mexico Vandiviere, S. P. Wells, W. C. .Kentucky Van Landingham, W. E. .West Palm Beach Wells, W. M. .Orlando (CoL) Van Schaick, H. D. .Jacksonville West, C. 0. Vassar, T. D. West, H. ..DeLand Vaughan, C. Westermann, J. T.. .Miami Vaughn, J. W.. Wheatley, C. I. .Winter Garden Vaughn, R. J. .Washington, D. C. Whelchel, L. W. Veal, E. W.. .South Jacksonville Whiddon, L. L. .Ft. Pierce Velasco, E. E. .Ft. Myers (Col.) Whisnant, B. .Ft. Myers Vickers, T. R.. .West Palm Beach (Col.) Whitaker, C. D. .Marianna Vincent, 0. P.. . .South Carolina Whitaker, F. C. .Bradenton

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20 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Name Address White, A. W. White, B. L. White, C. B. White, D. W. .Miami Beach White, H. E. White, J. A. White, J. B. White, E. T. White, E. P. White, W. C. White, W. J.. .Belle Glade Whitely, S. L. Whitfield, J. M. .Panama City Whitford, G. E.. .. Whitlock, W. E.. Whitman, F. S. .. .West Palm Beach Whitten, B. L. .Miami Wilber, A. B. Wilcox, 0. E. Wilensky, M. C. Wiley, J. B. Wilhoit, S. E. .Quincy Wilhoyte, E. E. .Lake Wales Wilkinson, A. H. Wilkinson, B. A. Williams, A. G. Williams, C. A. Williams, D. B. Williams, E. L. Williams, F. E. Williams, F. N. Williams, J. F. Williams, J. K. Williams, J. L. Williams, J. W. Williams, E. H. .Eustis Williams, E. E. .Tampa (Col.) Williams, E. Y. Williams, T. C. .Georgia Williams, W. 0., Jr.. Williams, W. J. .Seville Williamson, C. G. .St. Cloud Willis, H. W. Willis, J. M. Willis, J. N. Willis, T. Y. .Georgia Wilson, A. K. Wilson, C. B. Name Wilson, C. H. Wilson, J. F., Jr Wilson, J. E.. Wilson, J. W.. Wilson, M. C Wilson, W. P. Winchester, H. E Winsor, iS. A Winters, A. C Winton, M. E Withers, G. H.. Witt, 0. C. Wochinski, A. J. Womack, D. E Wood, A. J.. Wood, A. W Wood, E. B.. Wood, G. W.. Wood, E. G.. Wood, S. C.. Wood, W. L.. Woodard, E. C Wooden, H. W. Woodruff, E. G Woolsey, B. E Wright, B. W. Wright, C. B.. Wright, N. A., Jr Wright, S. H Wylie, L. A.. Wynn, E. S.. Yarbrough, H. C. York, J. H.. Youmans, C. P Youmans, I. C Young, C. T.. Young, W. 0 Young, W. 0. Zander, W. E Zarick, W. S Zediker, A. B.. Ziegler, A. H.. Zimmerman, M

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 23 Frostproof: (Polk) Brunson, Francis Allston Cordes, Henry Boyleston, Jr. Edwards, T. M. Gainesville: (Alachua) Andrews, Edwin Haymond Colson, James Henry Dell, James Maxey Dell, James Maxey, Jr. DePass, Matthew H. Elmore, William T. Haskell, Lyman George Hodges, James Harrison Lassiter, Wilburn Maines, John E., Jr. Mathers, Fred Merchant, Harry McCreary Summerlin, John Lee Summitt, Robert Elmer Thomas, William Clark Tillman, George Clarence Graceville: (Jackson) Box, Chester Clyde Miller, Redden Lee Grandin: (Putnam) Brantley, Zannie Grand Ridge: (Jackson) Ryals, Charles Howell Green Cove Springs: (Clay) Forde, Samuel James Evan (Col.) Gurganious, Allen P. Greensboro: (Gadsden) Gardner, Otho Winton Greenville: (Madison) King, Loomis Perine Groveland: (Lake) Coleman, Edward M. DeVane, William G. Gulf Hammock: (Levy) Oammaek, K. R. Gulfport: (Pinellas) Geringer, Richard Albert C. Haines City: (Polk) Justice, Robert Lee Martin, Emmett Edward Sample, Joseph Richard Shafer, William W. Hastings: (St. Johns) King, Raymond Henry Stanton, Gordon Havana: (Gadsden) Sapp, Harmon H. Hawthorn: (Alachua) Floyd, George Matthew Hialeah: (Dade) Browne, Van Montague OÂ’Quinn, Leon Hardie High Springs: (Alachua) Weeks, Percy Dell Whitlock, Wm. Eugene Hilliard: (Nassau) Fuqua, Cleveland C. Kennan, Albert L. Holly Hill: (Volusia) Sayres, C. O. Hollywood: (Broward) Butler, Bruce Fowler Hamner, George P. Harriss, Robert Raines McLaury, Elbert Roper, Luther Eldridge Homestead: (Dade) Eckman, Benj. Franklin Hartman, Morris David Smith, James Archer Tower, John B. Illahaw: (Osceola) Lamb, Lloyd L. Inverness: (Citrus) Dame, George A. Dame, Leland H. Jacksonville: (Duval) Adams, George E. Adams, Thomas Shaw Alford, Neil Auwers, F. J. Aykroyd, Wm. Herbert Baker, Robert M. Baumgartner, Carl Jackson Bayless, William Carl Beckman, George Edwin Betton, George Washington Black, John Benjamin Blackmar, Ray Wellborn Boone, James Lunsford Borland, James Louden Brillhart, Harry Lester Bransford, Lee E. Brink, Fritz Albert Broadbent, Oliver P. Brown, Alan DeWitt Brown, Fletcher L. Brown, Richard L., Jr. (Col.) Bryant, James Malone Buckman, Thomas E. Campbell, S. Spearing (Col.) Carefoot, Evison I. Cason, Turner Zeigler Cauble, Willis B. Chapman, Benjamin A. Chappell, Frank Vann Chilli, Joseph L. Christie, Gerard Edward Collins, C. C. Copeland, Silas Morgan Copp, Francis Allen Counts, Herbert Walter Croft, George William Croft, Theodore Gaillaid Cunningham, Lester W. Daniel, Samuel B. (Col.) Day, Gaston Dean, Russell H. Drew, Horace R. Driskell, Simon Eugene Duncan, Chas. Frederick (Col.) Dux, Henry M. Dyrenforth, Lucien Young Enneis, F. B. Erwin, Stanley Field, Thomas Sullivan Fort, Frank Leslie Gammon, Julian E. Goggins, John H. Goodale, Banks H. Gorman, John Malcolm Greene, Ralph N. Griffin, LeRoy Smith Hanson, Henry Harrell, Osmah Elias Harris, Herrman Hirsch Hartman, James H. Hayes, John William Herlong, Mark Boyd Holden, Gerry R. Holloway, Luther William Horne, Hendley Foxworth Hughes, Victor Alexander Humphries, Homer H. Ira, Gordon Henry Ives, Harold Augustus James, Henry Wm. (Col.) Jelks, Edward Kedsling, Frederick Carter Kellix, William B. (Col.) Killinger, Raymond R. King, Fletcher Gordon Kirby-Smith, Joseph Lee Kirk, William Wilson Klein, Lawrence A. Knauer, William J. Knight, A. Comer Krueger, Frederick W. Limbaugh, Louie Mixson Lipscomb, Thomas Herbert Lyerly, James Gilbert Lyncker, Nicholas McDaniel, Reuben L. McEuen, Harry Bernard McGinnis, Robert H. Mclver, Robert Boyd McKenzie, Albert Clarence Mabry, Charles Burrows Maneely, Raymond Swift Manhoff, Ben Manning, William Saunders Matthews, Arthur Lamar, Jr. May, Robert Drysdale Means, George Simonton

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28 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF MEDICINE Raiford: (Union) Cobb, Alva Thomas, Jr. River Junction: (Gadsden) Barnes, Benjamin F. Rockledge: (Brevard) Schlernitzauer, Robert St. Andrew: (Bay) Zediker, Arthur B. St. Augustine (St. Johns) Bennett, John L. Britt, Reddin Estes, Edgar Stuart 'Grace, Charles Clyde Guy, Walter Bryant Harris, Robert Dozier Lindsley, Horace Lockwood, Vernon A. Nuzum, Russell Kraft, Jr. Potter, George Walter Spencer, Jacob John Walkup, A. Clark Webb, Walter Duval White, Herbert Eugene St. Cloud: (Osceola) Ohunn, Judson David Dodds, William Henry Williamson, Carolyn Gay Wood, Robert Garland St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Anderson, Arnold S. Anderson, Clyde Oscar Anderson, James M. Bieker, Annette Mebane Bieker, Arthur Joseph Cooper, John Hightower Davis, James Ernest Davis, William M. Dawson, Stephen A. Dicks, Reid E. Echard, Thomas B. Farber, Charles Kramer Farber, William Polk Feaster, Orion Otis Frederick, Albert Roland Funk, Neil E. Gable, Linwood Malone Gable, Nonie Wilson Gable, Nonie Worth Green, Thaddeus Hall Greer, Martin G. N. Griffin, Thos. R. ITardenbergh, John A. Hebard, Charles E. Heibner, Eugene Albert Herring, John A. Horne, Lester W. Hudson, Arthur T. Jennings, Frank S. Knowlton, Roscoe Hosmer Kumm, Frederick Fayne Lambdin, Ludlow Langley, Francis Howard LeBreton, Prescott Leith, Richard Bliss Lingo, William Bernard Loehner, George Mitchell Lustig, Emil McClane, Frank Elmer McConnell, Whitman Carlisle MacCordy, Earl Cunningham McQueen, Archibald Buxton Marr, Norval Mason Melville, Edmond John Miller, George Edmund Mills, Alvin Lee Moeller, Maximilian W. Moore, Thomas Frank Murphy, Ralph Dollahan Nelson, Orville N. 0 Â’Brien, Raymond Keith Owen, R. Wynn S. Palmer, Harrison Gregory Post, William Glenn, Jr. Prather, Benton T. Quicksall, John Braden Riley, Joe Shelby Roope, A. P. Roush, Franklin Winbert Rudolph, Councill C. Sackett, Harry R. Sbordi, Henry V. Sholl, James Rex Simcox, Lawrence Smiseth, Selmer P. Smith, Clarence Matthew (Col.) Solomon, Henry Doyle Strickland, Jesse Armed Stuart, Martin Hardin Wade, Hugh Wesley White, Benjamin Lewis Williams, Carl Alonzo Wood, Alvin James Wright, Claude Bernard Wylie, LeRoy Allen San Antonio: (Pasco) Bradshaw, J ohn T. Sanford: (Seminole) Denton, John Thomas Heitz, A. W. Knox, Arthur Wesley Langley, William Theodore Mitchell, Clifford Morgan Park, Charles Lanier Puleston, Samuel Robson, James N. Selman, Guy Stokely Smith, Henry Damon Starke, Geo. Henry (Col.) Stevens, Ralph Edwin Tolar, Julian Nolley Sarasota: (Sarasota) Burgner, Benjamin H. Burgner, Blanche A. Cribbins, Orville H. Halton, Joseph Morton, Arthur Oscar Patterson, John Clyatt Pinkham, Edward Warwick Schultz, Frederick W. Stem, Leon Thayer Taylor, Thomas Walter Wilson, Cullen B. Scanlon: (Taylor) Bryan, William H. Sebastian: (Indian River) Rose, David Sebring: (Highlands) Martin, Leldon Wails Weems, Howard Vincent Seville: (Volusia) Williams, W. J. Shamrock: (Dixie) Martin, Stanley Thomas Sneads: (Jackson) OÂ’Hara, Andrew M. Sopchoppy: (Wakulla) Bullard, William Pafford Kemp, Malcolm T. South Jacksonville: (Duval) Lamb, Robert J. MeNamar, W. D. Tyler, Lockland Vance Veal, Ernest Whitney South Miami: (Dade) Grimes, Dewey Herbert Starke: (Bradford) Biggs, Erie Leslie Bratley, Forrest Groves Joyner, Rayburn Nelson Middleton, William E. Parks, Walker B. Stuart: (Martin) Burns, Van William Eurit, Floyd Burner Morris, James Stewart Newnham, John Alfred Parker, Julian David Tallahassee: (Leon) Ausley, Charles Merritt Baker, Wilmoth H. (Col.) Bate, James Robert (Col.) Brevard, Ephriam Mays Campbell, Alpha Omega (Col.) Olaxton, William Allan Dozier, Laurie Lester Foote, L. H. B. (Col.) Graves, Leander Johnson Gwynn, George H., Jr. Johnston, John K.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 31 Oppenheimer, Russell Henry Kansas: Overstreet, Edward Jennings West, Charles Omer Patterson, Willard A. (Col.) Kentucky: Pinholster, J. H. Pittman, James Lee, Jr. Pomeroy, W. L. Robak, John Lawrence Roles, Charles Leon Rose, John Rudolph Sapp, Eli Franklin Scruggs, Samuel Andrew Smith, John Raymond Stoner, Cyrus H. Strong, Samuel Benjamin Teasley, Gerald Haynes Threatte, Bruce Timberlake, Gideon Baskette Whitely, Seals L. Williams, Thomas Conrad Williams, William Chas. Jr. Willis, Jesse Neal Willis, Tom Yann Wilson, J. R. York, Jesse Hardman daho: Leiske, Samuel W. llinois: Boles, Dallas Seth Carlson, Carl Wilhelm Chardkoff, Moses Austin Elliott, Charles Addison Elsen, Matt Golden, Harold Miller Goodwin, Frederick Philander Griffin, James Burnie Guild, William Alva Haseltine, Burton Johnson, Silas Curtis Mitchell, Earl Hick Morgan, William Edward 0 Â’Hara, Fred Summa Rathbun, Geo. Lawrence Smith, Joseph A. iStaps, Alfred E. Stimson, Horace Summers, Albert Tower Waterman, Alonzo Higbee Wochinski, Aloysius Joseph Wright, Nelson Amos, Jr. ndiana: Fleming, Claude Filmore Greene, Lorin Arthur LaDuron, J. F. McDowell, Walter Zardck, Waheeb S. owa: Miser, George W. Beauchamp, Paul Folsom, Charles Walter Graves, Guthrie Yoehlee Graves, Lattie Hardman, William Wallace Hemphill, Stuart Price Meredith, Hubert M. Rector, Lee Thornton Rowland, Seymour Hopper Wells, William C. Willis, Hillard Woode Louisiana: Brady, Henry A. Clark, William B. Lilly, George D. McClure, John Gilkeson Merendino, Domenico Nelken, Bernard Earl Wilensky, M. C. Womack, David Ray Maine: Arms, B. L. Barker, Nat. B. T. Maryland: Burke, Allan Ebert, John William Lehnert, Ernest C. Schoolman, Louis Robert Massachusetts: Bernier, Leo Joseph Howard, Allen R. Odeneal, Thomas H. Perkins, Franklin A. Perkins, George Edward Simmons, Eugene Douglas Thomas, Abraham Fifield Williams Michigan: Fraser, Robert Howard Hart, Dean W. Kemp, William M. Myers, Dean Wentworth Puffer, Maurice L. Sarven, James David Smith, Milton C. Thompson, Fred E. Williams, Frederic Nathaniel Minnesota: Edwards, Thomas Jefferson Henry, Clifford Elmore Pearce, Naboth Osborne Mississippi: Field, Samuel Eugene Jordan, Otis L. Yandiviere, Stuart Pitner Missouri: Bailey, Fred Warren Demko, Frank Downing, Samuel Wm. Gerstner, David Hughes, Tolbert W. Kemp, Thomas J. Martin, Clarence Stormont, Riley M. Tolle, Robert Leander New Hampshire: McGregor, George Gleason Stuteville, Ethel New Jersey: Dodd, William Earle Kupper, William H. McCallum, Arthur S. Park, Manasseh Benjamin Smith, Clyde Francis Strode, Robert Caldwell Woodruff, Ralph Galloway New Mexico: Elliott, Loren Ferrell Wells, John Sam, Jr. New York: Anderson, James Loomis Baldwin, Donald Morrison Bauer, Louis Hopewell Blankinship, Rex Browne, R. W. Brush, Samuel Pierson Chapin, J. Paul Charlton, Herbert Richard Clarholm, Yictor Cowell, Edward Huntington Currence, John D. Feld, Nathan Ferguson, John Angus Johnson, Albert Bernard Kellner, Frank Everts McRae, Alexander John Massaro, Alfonso Ferraro Mayhew, Royal Harrison Norris, Johnnie Andrew, Jr. Osborne, LeRoy Jakway Remington, Alvah C. Rhodes, Thomas Whitson Richardson, James Covington Stapleton, Edward A. Strong, Samuel Meredith Travers, Milton Paul Trousdale, Theo. McKee Vail, Leroy B. Wallace, Henry Watters, Preston Hepburn Williams, Robert Vincent Zimmerman, Maurice North Carolina: A udrews, E. D. Chiles, George Glasgow Evans, George Harrison (Col.) Griffin, Harold W.

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36 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION No. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS — PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS Answering your letter of February 2nd, requesting my opinion as to tbe 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 me chanical, 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. 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 cheeking 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 pro visions 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 practi tioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for un lawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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, chiropraeties, 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 COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 39 3414 Powers of board; prosecution.—The said board shall have power to administer oaths, to summon witnesses and to take testimony in all matters relating to its duties. Said board shall issue license to practice medicine to all persons who shall furnish satisfactory evidence of attainments and qualifica tions under the provisions of this Chapter, and the rules and regulations under the provisions of this Chapter and the rules and regulations of the board. Such license shall be signed by the president and attested by the secretarytreasurer of the board under its adopted seal, and it shall give absolute authority to the person to whom it is issued to practice medicine in this State. Every unrevoked license and indorsement of recordation made as provided in this Chapter shall be presumptive evidence in all courts and places that the person therein named is legally licensed to practice medicine. It shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer, under the direction of the board, personally or by deputy to aid the prosecuting attorneys of the State in the enforcement of this Chapter and in the prosecution of persons charged with violation of its provisions. (Ch. 8415, Acts 1921, §12.) 3415 Refusal to grant license; revocations.—The license or registration of a practitioner of medicine may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or such practitioner reprimanded upon the following grounds: (a) That the physician is guilty of fraud in the practice of medicine, or fraud or deceit in his admission to the practice of medicine. (b) That a physician has been convicted in a court of competent juris diction of a felony. The conviction of a felony shall be the conviction of any offense which if committed within the State of Florida would constitute a felony under the laws thereof. (c) That a physician is engaged in the practice of medicine under a false or assumed name, or the impersonation of another practitioner of a like or different name. (d) That a physician is addicted to the habitual use of intoxicating liquors, narcotics or stimulants to such an extent as to incapacitate him for the performance of his professional duties. (e) That a physician is guilty of untrue, fraudulent, misleading or deceptive advertising; or advertising that he can cure or treat diseases by any secret method, procedure, treatment or medicine, or that he can cure a manifestly incurable disease. (f) The obtaining of a fee on representation that a manifestly incurable disease can be permanently cured. (g) Causing the publication or circulation of an advertisement of any medicine by means whereby the monthly periods of women can be regulated, or the menses, if suppressed can be established. (h) Causing the publication or circulation of a fraudulent advertisement relative to any disease of the sexual organs. (i) The procuring or aiding or abetting in procuring a criminal abortion. Proceedings for revocation of a license or the annulment of registration shall be begun by filing written charge or charges against the accused. These charges may be preferred by any person or corporation or the board may, on its own motion, direct the executive officer of said board to prefer said charges. Said charges shall be filed with the secretary-treasurer of said board; upon the filing of said charges as herein provided, a time and place for the hearing of said charges shall be fixed by said board as soon as convenient, and a copy of the charges, together with a notice of the time and place when they will be heard and determined shall be served upon the accused at least ten days before the date actually fixed for said hearing. At said hearing the accused shall have the right to cross-examine the witnesses against him, and to produce witnesses in his defense, and to appear personally

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12 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 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 of the 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, chiropractors, 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.

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Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 3442. Applicants; qualifications. — Any person wishing the right to practice chiropractic in this State before it shall be lawful for him or her to do so, shall make application to said board of chiropractic examiners, through its secretary-treasurer, in such form and in such manner as may be required by said board, at least twenty days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said board. Each applicant shall be a full time graduate of a recognized chartered chiropractic school or college, and having completed a course of three years of not less than six months each, said school or college requiring not less than three thousand hours active attendance in the same, the time spent in night, or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said three thousand hours. Applications shall be made in applicant’s own handwriting, and shall be signed by the applicant in his own handwriting, and shall be sworn to before some officer authorized to administer oaths, and shall recite the history of applicant as to his educational advantages, his experience in matters pertaining to a knowledge of the care of the sick, how long he has studied chiropractic, what collateral branches he has studied, the length of time he has been engaged in clinical practice; accompanying the same by reference thereto, with any proof thereof in the shape of a diploma. Certificates of attendance from the school or college from which he is a graduate, stating dates of matriculation, graduation, and number of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence of good character and reputation. (Id. §8.) 3443. —Fees.—There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the Florida State board of chiropractic examiners by each applicant for certificate, a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the application. A fee of ten dollars shall be charged for a second examination. The board of examiners may grant a license without examination to licentiates of boards from other States who meet the requirements of this Chapter, and shall satisfy the board that it is his intention to become a bona fide resident and practitioner in this State, and shall have passed the examination under board where he was licensed, and a certificate from that board showing that he is of good reputation and has practiced at least one year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of fifty dollars shall be charged for issuing a license by reciprocity. (Id. §9.) 3444. Methods.—Examination for license to practice chiropractic shall be made by said board according to the method deemed by it to be the most practicable and expeditious to test the applicants’ qualifications. Examination papers shall be designated by number, and not by name of applicant, so that the identity of the applicant will not be disclosed to members of the said board until after the examination papers are graded. (Id. $10.) 3445. Subjects.—All examinations shall be made in writing, the subjects of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, physiology, hygiene, symptomatology, nerve-tracing, chiropractic analysis, orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by chiropractic schools and colleges. A certificate shall be granted to all ap plicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum of all questions asked; and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum of all questions asked on any one branch of said examination, he or she shall not be entitled to a certificate. (Id. §11.) 3446. Definition.—Any chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Chapter may adjust by hand the articulation of the spinal column, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug now or hereafter included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics or osteopathy. (Id. §12.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 15 3447. To procure license.—All doctors of chiropractic must first procure a certificate to practice chiropractic from the Florida State board of chiro practic examiners, and present same before State and county tax collector before said tax collector shall issue him or her a state and county license to practice chiropractic in the State of Florida. (Id. §13.) 3448. Record of certificates; suspension; revocation; procedure; reissue of certificate.—All certificates issued by the board shall be in such form as the said board may prescribe. Before any certificate is issued by said board, it shall be numbered and recorded in a book kept for the purpose by the secretary-treasurer, and the number of certificate shall be noted thereon. Such record shall be open to public inspection, and in all actions or proceedings in any court, a transcript, or any part thereof, certified to by the secretary-treasurer under the seal of the said board to be a true copy, shall be entitled to admission in evidence. The board shall have power at any time to inquire into the identity of any person claiming to hold a certificate to practice chiropractic in the State of Florida, and after due service of a notice in writing, requiring him or her to prove to the satisfaction of said board, that he or she is the person authorized to practice chiropractic under the certificate by virtue of which he or she claims the privilege to practice chiropractic in this State. When the said board finds that a person claiming to be the holder of a certificate to practice chiropractic in said State is not in fact the person to whom the certificate was issued, it shall reduce its findings to writing and file them in its office. Such findings shall be prima facie evidence that the person mentioned therein is falsely impersonating the person to whom a certificate to practice chiropractic in said State was issued of a like or different name. Charges may be preferred to the board against the holder of certificate to practice chiropractic in said State for fraud or deceit in securing such certificate, or that the holder thereof no longer possesses a good moral character, or that he or she has been convicted of a violation of any law of the State, or that he or she solicits patients through an agent, or that he or she is addicted to the use of narcotic drugs, or in any way or manner is guilty of making false, fraudulent, misleading, extravagant or grossly improbable claims or statements as to the efficacy or value of the science of practice of chiropractic in the cure or treatment of any disease or group of diseases, or in any way is guilty of any deception or fraud in the practice of chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Chapter. Upon the receipt of such charges, the board upon an affirmative vote of two of its members may suspend the certificate of the person against whom such charges have been preferred. Immediately, but not more than ten days after such suspension, the holder of such certificate so suspended shall be notified thereof in writing, and shall also be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall also be notified in writing of the time and place for the hearing of said charges by the said board, which notice of the said time and place shall not be more than twenty days from the date of said suspension, further time may be granted by said board for said hearing upon application of the accused. Said notice and copy of said charges may be sent by registered mail, postage prepaid to the last known residence or address of the accused, as shown from the files of the board, which shall be construed as sufficient notice to the accused of the suspension of his or her said certificate, and of the time and place of the hearing by said board of the charges so preferred. The said board is hereby authorized to hold special meetings for the hearing of said charges. At said hearing the accused shall have the right to cross-examine witnesses against him or her, and produce witnesses in his or her behalf and to appear personally or by counsel. The said board shall keep a record of said hearing, and the testimony so taken and its findings on said charges. If the boafd by

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18 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any advertisement or sign of whatsoever nature to induce the public to believe that one is a chiropractor or practices chiropractic, shall be prima facie evidence of his or her guilt: Provided, the person displaying such sign or causing such advertisement, has not been licensed to practice chiropractic under sections 3435-3462. (Oh. 9330, Acts 1923, §26.) 3460. Non-interference with other method or science of healing. —Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to apply to or in any manner interfere with any other method or science of healing in this State, the person practicing such other method or science of healing having been theretofore licensed to so practice under any law of this State. (Id. §27.) 3461. Duties of prosecuting attorneys.—It shall be the duty of the several State and county prosecuting attorneys of this State to prosecute all persons charged with the violation of any of the provisions of this Chapter, and it shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer of the board, under the direction of said board, to assist said prosecuting attorneys by furnishing them evidence of violations of this Chapter whenever they come into possession of same. The board may employ an attorney at law to assist the said prosecuting at torneys in all prosecutions under this Chapter, or may employ an attorney at law to prosecute violations of this Chapter independent of such prosecuting attorneys. (Id. §28.) 3462. Effect of partial invalidity of Chapter. —If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Chapter shall be held to be unconstitutional and invalid, then that fact shall not affect or destroy the validity or constitutionality of any other section, provision, clause or part of this Chapter, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid and the remaining portions of this Chapter shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. (Id. §29.)

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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 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. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS — PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to prac tice 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. 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 ex cluded, 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 dentist 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 regu lations 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 classi fication 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.

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11 Bureau of Vital Statistics OFFICIAL OPINIONS Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons engaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional masseurs are en gaged 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 me chanical, 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. 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 pro visions 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 practi tioner from complying with the same and thereby avoiding liability for un lawful practice in the future. I am, therefore, of the opinion that if an individual has failed to register for 1928 although engaged in practice, he is guilty of a violation of the statute, which may subject him to criminal prosecution, but yet at the same time there is nothing in the statute which authorizes the withholding from him of a 1929 registration or in requiring him to register for 1928, 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 the 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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1935 Registration of Practitioners of Chiropody in Florida By Stewart G. Thompson, d. p. h.

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, April 1, 1936 SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Chiropodists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the eighth annual compilation of such informa tion 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 report has been placed in the hands of each person who reg istered 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 eighth annual report contains a complete list show ing the names and addresses of individuals who have reg istered for the calendar year 1935. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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8 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 than Fifty ($50,001 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 of the 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, chiropractors, 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.