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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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English
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1937
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v. : ; 23 cm.

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Began with: 1928
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Ceased in 1935 or 1936

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SIIAERiCARDSON, M.D., Jacksonville
A. WM MRRSON, Miami
W. A. CPHAU, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville.
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Table of Contents
Members of Examining Bo r s-----------------------Doctors of Osteopathy ---------------------------------------5
Doctors of Chiropractic----------------------------------------1
Doctors of Naturopathy-----------------------------------------1
* Doctors of Chiropody ---------------------------------------------2
Registration Law----------------------------------------------------23
Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy--------------------2
Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic -----------------30
Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy -- ---------------- 36
Law Governing Practice of Chiropody -------------------4
Designation Bill------------------------------------------------------ 4
Opinions of the Attorney General ---------------------45




Letter of Transmittal
FLOIDASTATE BOARD OF HEALTH
CENTAL UREA OFVITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Flor~ida, March 29, 193$8
I rnsmit herewith the Anual Report on the registraio o Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Dotr of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are licensed topatice in this Stte, which is the tenth annual comnpiltio ofsuc inormtion prepared by the Bureau of Vita Sttistics. It is baed on original applications filed as rovded for in Chapter 12005, Laws of Florida, Acts of 127.A copy of this report has been placed in the~ hand of achperson who registered as indicated in the
Ts tenth annual report contains a complete list showng te naes and addresses of individuals who have regsteedfor te calendar year 1937. 1 am. also transmittin o yo in a separate report, a complete list of thos whoregistered for 1936J, but failed to register agan fr 137.
Respectfully,
Dirctr o VtalSttisic
W. A McPAUL. M.D
Secrtary Stt Boar of Halt




MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOAD
State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examnr
~R. C. HELDT, D.Q.,, Daytonia Beach, term expired July 2,13 E. W. FLYNN, D.O., Tallahassee, term expires July 29, 194
DALIE C. BEATTY, D.O., St. Petersburg,, term expired Aust1,93
NoRVAL B. BROWN, D.O., Tampa, term expiredAust1,93
ARTHUR GEORGE CHAPPELL., D.O., Jacksonville,temxprdAg20 13
RALPH B. FERGUSON, D.O., Miami, term expiresAust2,13
State Board of Chiropractic Examners
DANIEL K. KmI, D.C., Jacksonville, term expires Jul 1, 93 A. M. MORGAN, D.C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 194 D. I. RAINEY, D.C., Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1938
State Board of Naturopathic Examiners T. W. EVANS, N.D., Miamni, term expired July 15, 1937 R. A. BRYANT, N.D., Tampa, term epres Jul~y 15, 1938
WALTER T. PERRY, N.D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15,13
State Board of Chiropody Examnr
OTTO J. L. TONNISEN, Jacksonville, term expiresJaur5,14
THOMAS J. HENCHEYWest Palm Beach, temepires Jnay8,13
HARRY H. YOUNGMiami, term expires Jnay15, 13
Information concerning members constutigaoeBad umte
b~y Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of SttMrh$9 98
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Shiffiett, E. E -------------------Kentucky TreleJ. M -------------------NwY
Shoemaker, P. A----_-------------- Michigan Shull, D). R ------------------- Ft. Lauderdale Tuttle, F.------------------------ AE
Shupert, M. E --------------------------- Miami
Siegert, A. M.------------------------- Indiana
Simmons, H. F ---------------Pennsylvania Underwood, R.. E. ------------- on
Simpson, J. H-------------------- Jacksonville
Singleton, R. 0 -------------------Tampa
Slater, A. B --------------------------- Colorado Vaill, A. W ---------------- asahs
Sinyter, E. G ------------------------ Michigan Vandagrift, E. C --------- -------I.O
Smith, A. W ------------------ Massachusetts Van de San~de, T. W----------Ne r
Smith, H. R-------------------- St. Petersburg Veneman, F. M. Mas -----------Id
Smith, J. R --------------------------- Wyoming Vogler, C. W --------------DeryB
Smith, S. P.------------------------- New York von Behren, F. F ------ etPl
Smyth, B------------------------- Palm Harbor von Stirne, S. G. rswl-----Wso..
Snedeker, 0. 0.--------------------- Michigan Vredenburh N. E ----------_-Clf.
Spalding, MW. R.--------------- Massachusetts
Spence, T. T.-------------------.North Carolina W
Spicer, E. W ----------------------- Connecticut Walker, C. N ----------------- larr
Staff L. E.-------------------------------- Illinois Walker, H. M ---------------------T
Stahinian, H. E --------------- Pennsylvania Waller, M. E.------------------ .
Stem, H. L ---------------------- Pennsylvania Ward~, D. C -----------------Wne
Stewart, C. B.---------------------- Minnesota Wayburight, K&. -------------Jcs
Stewart, H. H ------------- ......Minnesota Weber, W. G -----------------------M
Stewart, J. J ------ -------------------- Indiana Weissberg, E. B --------------- aa
Stinson, J. A--_-------------- St. Petersburg Wheeler, G. D. ---------------- eoB
Strayer, V. A .......... ------------- Orlando Wheeler, S. E -----------------IA
Strobell, E. G. W----_----------- California Whitaker, H. K.......--------- imiB
Swartz, C. H-------------------------- Lakeland Wiley, E. W --------- --- enyv
T Wilson, H. C0.-....... .........e
TealI, C. C.--------------------------- New York Wilson, P. E --------------------- -B
Teets, C. P --------------- Washington, D. C., Wilson, R. E.-------------DyoaB
Thompson, J. W --------------------- New York Wilson, R. W ---------------DyoaB
Thompson, M. S.----------------- Jacksonville Wison, R. H.-----------_----Pnsla
Tibe, R. T ------------------------------ Missouri Wirt, F. C.------------ -------- ie
T ille y MW R - -- - -- ------------------ Illin o is W ise ,4 H T .-- . ..-- - -- - - -- -
Tillman, C. G.------------------------- Georgia Withers, A. MW.--------------Jc
Tindall, A. W.----------------------- Pensacola Wunderlich, R. C ----------S.Ptr
Tindall, C. C.--------.------_ ------Kissimmee
Tindall, K. B.-------------------------- Orlando Yemns, W. H.-------------S.Ptr,
Toepfer, H. C-----------------Pennsylvania
Town, F. M1-----.-------------- St. 7Petersburg
Towne, A. D.----------------------- Mississippi Ziegler, L. I --------------------r
Doctors of Osteoah
Arcadia: (DeSoto) Pierce, MW. Margaret CnDnl tpe
Gettinger, Donald Rufus Clearwater: (Pinellas) HarsFaneWlt ,
Bartow: (Polk) Long, Richard Lewis Hogtn RcadB
Carlson, Henry S. Walker, Clarence Neel MrhRbr ila
Wilson, Paul Emer~son O'adel Addison.s~
Bradenton: (Manatee) W-d ity:d (acraa, ide
,Carlson, OscarWit reeikCaes PobnnLydA
Pierce, Emery George DaytoaBah Vlsa isn oetE
Pierce, Harold Vickery ileMri2PBisn Rt erc




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11, Daid Rily Blac, John Rusl Smyth, Benami




DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Montague, Charles C., Jr. Herroder, Theodore L. Fogarty, Joseph 3
Sams, Daniel Raymond Holt, W. Luther Hall, William G b
Weissberg, Elias B. Loveland, Mark M. Siegert, Anna Me
Martin, Charles C. Stewart, JasperJ
Sebring: (Highlands) Mount, Florence M. Veneman, Fern 1r
Carr, Iva Mae Seaman, Kent L. Marsh
Coker, Doris Campbell Strobell, Emily Griffith Waller,.Mary Eliz
Coker, Royal Philip Wilson Ziegler, Laura In
Vredenburgh, Norman E.
Tallahassee: (Leon) Iowa:
Flynn, Egmund Thomas Colorado: Callison, C. P.
"Pat' Morgan, Cleveland Day, Milford C.
Flynn, Emmett William McAlister Miller, Sara A.
Printy, Sylvia Mochrie, Elizabet
Tampa: (Hillsorough) Slater, Arthur Burdette
Bean, E. Harry Kansas:
Berry, Albert E. Connecticut: Boone, Richard F
Berry, Nelle S. Brake, DeWitt Henderson Brown, Chas. Elm
Bowlby, Doris Jones Spicer, Ernest W. Prisque, Raym C
Brown, Norval Edward Underwood, Ralph
Clay, George Randall Emerson Kentucky:
Day, Guilbert E. Barnes, Charles W
Pressly, Mason W., Jr. Delaware: Day, Edwin Frank
Raffenberg, Mina G. George, Henry III Shifflett, E11a Edw
Runyen, Agnes
Singleton, Robert 0. Georgia: Maine:
Blauvelt, RuddBetAd K
Vero Beach: (Indian River) Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Brtws,ANo Kob
Wheeler, George D. Harris, Edwin Lewis covey, Florence A
Tillman, Carl Gustave Metcalf, CharlesA
West Palm Beach: (Palm Illinois: Pettapiece, Henry
Beach) Shalett, Irving Jo
Brinklow, Howard K. Beckwith, Clifford
Dove, Chester Earl Gorham Massachusetts:
Dove, Nettie H. Beilke, Martin Carl Adams, Gertrude
Rader, Nannie Lurah Boyd, Carroll Maurice Atty, Norman Be:
von Behren, Frederic Fust Collins, H. L. Burns, Thomas
Crosby, Clifton A. Dunk, George Hei
Winter Garden: (Orange) Davis, Charles H. Walter
Harter, Bernard Paul Downing, Wilbur Joseph Erbe, Renry Herm
Farrar, J. Marvin Heberle, Clement
Winter Haven: (Polk) Groenewoud, John C. Kidder, Elizabeth
Becker, C. Market Jones, Effie 0. Martin, Orel F.
Lewis, Cora H. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Nelson, Frank Ch
Loeis,. oAshl H. mpbell Kinney, Lecta Fay Sartwell, James (
Lovejoy, Ashley Campbell McCaughan, Russell Craig Sawyer, Joseph Ii Winter Park: (Orange) McDonough, Weston M. Smith, Arthur W.
Morris, Chester H. Spalding, Manfor
Frost, Edgar Major Pollard, Charles Emerson Vaill, Anna Wadb
Ward, Daniel C. Scaife, Martha Emma
Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Staff, Leonard Ellis Michigan:
Tilley, Moses R. Arnold, G. E.
Doe, Albin H. Williams, Byron Patterson Cathcart, Nelson
California: Wise, Hugh Thomas Gates, Otto Bey
Indiana:Glezen, Royce A. Blanchard, James Franklin Idiana: Herzfeld, Mark
Carter, Walter Caldwell Borough, Lova D. Hicks, Anna Belle
Claverie, Jean Baptiste Borough, Samuel Hovis, John Clark
Cochran, Amy Brown Brink, Charles Allen Hubbell, Preston:
Schoonmaker Caine, Allen Bennett Hutton, Donald F
Diebold, Wendell August Crain, William LeRoy Johnson, le Roy (




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Edwinnsih~e Jamees Rhelln r John Mohle
mae, al lnz tuker, Jeylia E.antle, SEamel W.
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Higgins Chres arkr RoerIslande eyes Lelie craton ucrt dmnod Ga, Samuel L
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Acker, G. C---------------------------- Kentucky Farnsworth. J. H ----------S.Pte
Jlbea, H. B --------------------------~--- M iami Farr, D. J------------------------ i
Alen, J. M.--------------------------- Dade City Finley, W. A -----------.--------D~!
Anderson, A. E---------------- St. Petersburg Fisher, I ----------------------- ih
Anderson, W. V --------.---------Sarasota Fisher, J ------------------- --- g
Angell, G~. G ----------- -------St. Petersburg Foreman, A. M ------------ --- ars.
Angell, R. E ------------------ St. Petersburg Foster, C. E----------------- akov
Arnold, H. C ---------------------------- Miami Frazier, F. J ----------- etPl e
Anot, E. D.------------------------ Zephyrhills Frazier~, J. R ------------ etPl e
French, 1 C -------------------B
Bethea, V. C0---------------------------- BartowG
Blumier, G. E ------------------------ Melbourne Ga o A. L -------------------- e
Boyle, E. D----------------------- Ft. Lauderdale Gano, C. R ---------------------Le
Boyle, G. M ------------------ Ft. Lauderdale GatchelI, C. H.------------------Ol
Badwell, C. 0-------------------- T~aaasee Goelz, W. C ----------------- esc
BronT. U..---------------------- Jacksonville Goodman, W. A --------------- -Phk
Brown, W. HL ------------------------------------- Indiana Gordon, C. E ---------------------- I T
Brunll, R.. W --------------- Winter Haven Gra.ham, R. T.. -------------StAu s'
B3udreau, W. E-------------------------- Miami Grantham, T. F ----------------Burch, E. L ----------------------Arcadia Gresham, R. & ---------------- t y
Butler, F.-------------------------- -------Miami Gros R. C ---------------------Tm
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Car~dwell, W. A--------------------------- Lakeland Harwood, S. E --------Chase, F. H.-------------------------------Miami Hauri, H --------------------- rd
Chippendale, J --------------- St. Petersburg Heal,--M.------------Clarke, W. E .....-------------------- Jacksonville HilR -------- __M
Clements, G. R -------------------- Lake Placid Heine, Jl---------------------- af
C liffi, C W ----------------------------------------E u stis H ei 3
C o a t e s G M c C ---------- - - - - ------iL a k e W a le s H e rn do n S ---- - - - -- --------- .A l a b a mai(lii
Cohen, E. J -------------------------------- Miami Hicks, W. L.___------- C
Collins, E. E ------------------ West Virginia ~k .R----Conley, 'R. C.---------------St. Augustine HokC.R------------------ransi
Cooper, B. B.------------------------- Miami HpeM ------------ atn e
Coat3. N ~-------------------------------Jacksonville HwrJ --Coex, H. G-------------------------- Jacksonville Howat, W. L.-------------------- a
Coyne, 3. R------------------------------- Tampa Hto .L------------ SuhCrl
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Daniel, T. C..-...................St. Petersburg Jensen, W. ---------------DatnBe
flanks, J. C--------------------- Pennsylvania Jonsn T. F ---------------Jcsni
Davis,, L. W.-------------------- St. Petersburg Jones,~ L. S -------------WetPl ea
Dean, J. R-------------------- Winter Haven Jones, S. S8----------------- .--F'.Pe
Delaney, 3. M -------------------------- Pensacola
Diesel, J. F-----------------------------New JerseyK
Doss, L T ---------------------------------Sanford~ KappMg ------_-------S.Ptrh
Dufd, .......------------ Fruiland Park Kney .L-------------- aaaC
Dufi, .V --------------------------------- Georgia finsinger, E. LJ----------------Dyer, M. M -------------------------------- Stuart lKirjk, D). K ----------------_Jks
Eldridge, W P..----------- Safety Ha b r K b lS F-----------------------I
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Fair, F. E ---------------------~---- Bradeno Lair- ------------------Bok
Fanibrough, C. W ----- -------------MaiLwoH L-------------------Pl




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DOCTORSOF CHIRPRACTI
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Saner, A. G-------------- L~akWot
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DoctorsofC iorcc
Arcadia: (DeSoto) Frostproof : (Polk)Mim:(ae
Buirch, Eugene L. Manley, Cli:ff:ord Albea: Ha B.
Rabb, Earle AlvinArodHeyCltn
Av'on Park: (Highlands) Fru lan h R .: (Laekreerck)
Morgan, Arch Marlin CohdeBlanrhesR. Chase,
Gaiesvlle (Aacha)CohenEwnJ ~Bartow: (Polk) Coopervi~ BAnjaminia.
Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Hook, Cecil R.FmrugCa.
Br!Ldxfton (Mantee)Haines City: (Polk)Wi
Far rdEMurphy, Houston Hilliard HeineRsiaE
Hairi, Henry Mbry le
Wendland, Herman J. Hollywood: (Broward) Nels
Richholt, Esther Hlmzes Olson, .E Brooksville: (Hernando) Smith, Virgil B.
Lanier, Clyde P (c d J
Bushnell: (Sumter)
ahnEteRedBrown, Thomas UrialihlieClaT
lClarke, William Edward
Mahan, Harry Allen Cowart, John N. mtSelaMlo
Cox, Henry Grady ,
Cl~awate: (inelas)Foster, Cecil Euigene
Stephan, William Fred Johnson, Tesla Faris Tracy, M. Everett Kirk, Daniel Kane R t Pu Herald
Clermont: (Lake) Myers, George Jefferson
Perry, Walter Theodore New Takahashi, Jessie May Pritchard, Emmett B. Wiggill
Crescent City: (Putnam) Sagvold, Thomas Eliward Ocala: (Maron
Henson Samue ShinyShafer, Alfred H., Jr. oe
.Henson, Samuel Shil Moore, Marion, M. .. ...'''"e .
Smith, Allen Rex
Dade City: (Pasco) Lakeland: (Polk) Orlaio: (O
Allen, John Morrison Cadel ila r~~r Fabry, Joh
Cardell Wilia Arhur French, IdCasn Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Gthel, C
Hopper, Maude E. Scarborough, Ja Q. Mentz,
Jenseh, William S.igh, Eicha A.bert e&.....
Morrison, Theodore Henry Sih oehEgrSks
Dead Voui)Speight, Walter Edward Thornton, FakRs
DeLand: (Volusia) Val. Kent Francis
Fey er Lake Placid: (Highlands)
Harwood, S. Elizabeth Clements, George R.
Eustis: (Lake) Lake Wales: (Polk)
Cliff, Chester William Coates, George M.reary L
Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Nevills, Judson Harry t
Boyle, Eva Dell Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) KendDcaLmr
.......id Gerg Allelt
Boyle, George Martz Saunders, Richard Guthrie ParkeE, John Gor
Simonson, Marie M Stephenson, Ray W.
Pensacl:(saba
Ft. Meade: (Polk) Leesburg: (Lake) DeayJhMnsil
Murdaugh, Henry Dial Gano, Alice L. Gez ila hre
Gano, Cecil R.Tala.OaHbr Ft. Myers: (Lee)
Gresham, Robert R>. Marianna: (Jackson) Pl Cy ls o
Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Hrne, Daniel N. Hicks, W Lee
Jones, Samuel Savage Mel-bourne: (Brevard)Quny(Gde)
Smith, Blanche Ethel Bltumer, G. E.GrnhmT..




Bureau of Vital Statistics 15
DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
Harbov. (Pinellas) Grooms, R. C. Tilson, Bertha Davis
Warren Perry Mayo, Chas. Traynor
Pierce, Burton Aaron Indiana:
.&Utustine: (St. Johns) Plattner, Max Edmund Brown, W. Harding
ey, Ransom Clay Prosser, John L. Krug, Inda Sinclair
Roberta T. Paddicombe, Raymond
Williams, Joseph James Iowa: Cked: (Osceola) Young, Charles Warren Kubala, Stephen F.
,e, Madelyn Antoinette Tampa Shores: (Pinellas) Pop, Frank J., Jr.
r, Thomas C. Saunders, Bertha Mary
Shumate, Mary Louise Saunders, Edward Terrell
Petersburg: (Pinellas)
on, Ada E. Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Kentucky:
Golden Gahm Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Acker, George Coe
Angell, Robert E. Vero Beach: (Indian River) Maryland:
endale, John Mathis, Clarence E. Overbeck, Adrian
et, Theodore Conrad
s, Lee W. Wauchula: (Hardee) Massachusetts:
sworth, Jas. Howard
Minnie M. Pipkin, Luther N. Swan, Walter Herbert
M. Bernard West Palm Beach: Palm. Michigan:
n, f'red W. Beach) FisherIrene
Charles Bryan I
, Helen Marie Frazier, Frank J. Montgomery, Leonard E.
Ollie Duling Frazier, Josie Roebuck
Jones, Lawrence Samuel New Jersey: (Seminole) McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell Diesel, John Frederick
ss, Luther T. Pickett, Alfred Charles New York:
Roads, Benjamin H.
itz, John J. Trentin, Marcel Schoenthaler, William
cDougall, William E. Frederick
Wildwood: (Sumter) Thiess, William W.
(Sarasota)
Wolfe, William F.
on, William Virgil Winter Haven: (Polk) Ohio:
an, A. M. Poling, Edith Haynes
rd, John Finley Brunskill, Robt. Williams Reynolds, Leo Eugene
oodhull, Mabel Dean, James Robert Schubert, Frederick S.
Worthing, Burt W.
(Martin) Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Pennsylvania:
Myrtle Mabel Arnot, Emerson David Danks, Jack C.
Reginald, Jr. Alabalna,: MacQuarrie, Laura N.
(Leon) Herndon, Coy (Col.) South-Carolina:
Clinch 0. Hutto, William Leo
Georgia:
on, George Lester Duffie, Cecil Vincent Tennessee:
ney I Dennett Isaiah Fisher, John I Pontius, Harry E.
(Hillsborough) von Walden, Sherman West Virginia:
John R. Ininois: Collins, Edward Eustace
Charles Ebner Taylor, James Walter Lamont., Hector




Doctors of auoth
Name Addr~ess Name A
AG
Abernethy, G. H ------------------- Pensacola Gavilla, 3-----Alden, J. R .......-------.--t.. .. Petersburg Gesser, C. H
BGilo rg, A AH--------. ------ ------T m
BaBF --------- i Glod, .----------------F.Ludea
B aker i.i >: > i ....... .>: ................ ..... M>.>i i a G o d -------- -------------- e o
Ballou, T. P ..-.....................Palm Beach Gresthan, A ---------------- t y
B arth, C. F-----------..........Safety Harbor Gre sha, S. A ---------------- otna
Baumigart, C. S.------------------------ Miami Grillo, E. F ------------------ e o
B e c k m a n S . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... .. .. MoH--- - - - - - - Mia m i G i o "E
Bni tz, R. M --. -------------H o mestead G L. ----------------Bercutt, S. L .......................... .M iam i G
Bern u, L. F ... ...................-... ......i....... M iam i
Blumer, L.-------------------------------- Miami HaH --2Biggs, t.M .-------------..-----St. Cloud Haag, H. W
Brinkler, G..H----------Miami Beach Ha... B----------- Le O
Bryan A ...... ................... .......... i. O a ..... Ta p ..ok ...----------------N w Y
BynRA--------Tma Hardy, W., C ------------------ lbn
H eaps, L. F ------------------------------ C
C Heitz, A. W -----------------------Sa f r '
Casey, P. M ....--- ..--.-------------..Miami Heitz, J J..
Cockerham, C. D.-...... .Bradenton Hederson, K. I,
Cold, K. M-..----------.-Miami Hendry, W. T -- --- P
Cold, P. E .................................. Tampa Hicks, C. E ....
Collins, F. X.------- -St. Petersburg Hicks, W. L--------Conley, .................... -St. Augustine Hinterpo, A. R-Cox, H. G..-........... Jacksonville Holland, J. J.---------- -- .
Cox, V. P ---------------------------Miami Holm, A. H-------Coyne, J. R.------------------------------- Tampa Hoover, C. E----------------------B
Crandall, B. E ------------------------- Indiana Horn, H. M --.---------------------Crandall, C. R ..............West Palm Beach Hurst, M......--. .
D
Dahl, 0... --------- Clearwater Jank, A--D ---------------- Safety .,
Damsel, C. H ....................................... A -----Davis, A--------------...............--------Ohio Jones, R------------................-Lkla.
Dean, 3. R ---------------------- Winter Haven K
Detwiler, H. G -.----------- Miami Ke G. B
Dews, W. S.--.----------------------------- Largo
di Ghihini., A. E----------.........Miami Bec Kennedy, S. I.----------------------*
Doolittle, W. S---------........St. Petersburg Krebs, A. E.---.-----------NePotRc
Dux, H-. .....-. ......Jacksonville L
Dykeman, L. E.---- ...-.........Lake Wales Lauber, J. H------_-.
Lauber, S ... ............ ... St.. Peter
E Lee, G. L14------------------------DyoaB d
Eldridge, W. P---------........Safety Harbor Leu1tjes, F,-------------------------Tm
Evans, T. W-----------------------------.Miami Lindhe, R. ER------------_--_Penyvn
F ~~~Lunin, Y -------------------S.Ptru
Fankhauser, G. L -------.-.Safety Harbor Me
Farnsworth, J. H ...........St. Petersburg McFerrin., C. B ------------------ ra
Feldmann, W. J.-......-.....Ft. Lauderdale
Fernandez, L. S ..-..................Key West MI
Finley, W. A.............---------------DeLand Matera, J. M ...................-e o
French, 1. C.----------------------------- Orlando Menzel., 0. L. ---------------------O
Fricker, R. 3. ...------------------_-Sarasota Merley, J. M ------------WsigoD
Friedman, S--------------...........New York Miller, J.H................Not ab
Pries, H. A ........ ..............Clearwater M ile, T. F ----------------- o t ,D
Frischkorn, C. S .................- Virginia iMurray, L.M... ------ .........




DOCTORS O NAUOATHYn
0~Be c Stele M. ---------------------P l e c
p TannV'o e nb M ----------H me t a
an, ~ ~ ~ p R.L W. ---------------------- Tamp B- ----->-.
~1 t b~ Tenin M~ ------------ .- etP l ec
r 19 R -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --N e o r k W e i s s ler g 8 .- - - - - - -- - - - -M s o r
M H --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- -- ia m




18 .Florida State Board a Heaith
DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY
Jacksonville: (Duval) Selige, Adolph Collins, Francis X.
Cox, Henry Grady Shannon, Kenneth Coleman Doolittle, William S.
Dux, Henry Smith, Tilman K. Farnsworth, James
Kebe, George Walsdorf, Chester William Henderson, Karl 1.
Bengali (Col.). Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Hurst, Milton
Perry, Walter T. Weinger, Isidor Lauber, John Hayes
Randall, Muriel Isobel Miami Beach: (Dade) Lauber, Senthe
Rose, David Lunin, Yale
Sagvold, Thomas E. Brinkler, George Henry
Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. di Ghilini, Alexander Sanford: (Seminole) Sisson, Roscoe R. Elston Heitz, A. W.
Smith, Allen Rex Grossman, Harry
Thompson, Edward Daniel Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Sarasota: (Sarasota) (Col.) Singley, V. Leeds Turner, Charles Franklin Woollard, George Edward Woodhul1, Mabel Whiting, Ernest Edwin
New Port Richey: (Pasco) South Floni4a Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Krebs, A. E. South F aton (s
Patterson, John A. OrHaag,:HarrynW.
Orlando: (Orange)Tap:(ilbruh
Key West: (Monroe) French, Ida Carson Tampa: R( brough
Fernandez, L. Soto Heitz, John J. Co, oab Ab
MFerrin, Charles B. Cold, Paul E.
Lakeland: (Polk) Menzel, Ora Lorien Goyne, Jo
Jones, Rollin Scott, David Walter Gilla, Julo
Vail, Kenneth Francis
Lake Wales: (Polk) Zarch, Herman Louis et Orville
Dykeman, Lillian Edwards ZrhHemnLusLenties, Fred Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Peerman, Roy Wende
Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. Roop, William Henry
Hicks, Claude E. Steele, Milton Smith, Walter Jero
(Col.)
Largo: (Pinellas) Passagrille: (Pinellas) Sust y de Llanos,
Dews, William S. Gesser, Charles Henry Aurelio A.
Urbuteit, Fred
Live Oak: (Suwannee) Pensacola: (Escambia) Utrecht, William
Hall, Bartow Abernethy, George Viti-Mariani, Hanni
Miami: (Dade) ThHmya Tangerine: (O
Soda, Lawrence Edwar
Baker, F. Gorton Tho(aCSo,
Baumgart, Catherine Perry: (Taylor) West Palm Beach: (Pa
May (Shively) Hendry, Wilson Towles Beach)
Beckman, Samuel Plant City: (Hillsborough) Crandall,.Charles R.
Bercutt, Sonya Hicks, Wilbur Lee Rnng Paul C.
Bernau, Ludwig F. Hicksn WMlbrcee
Blumer, Louis
Ble, hLuis MSafety Harbor: (Pinellas) Casey, Phyllis M. Barth, Con F. Winter Haven: (Polk)
Cox, VKernn Pennok Eldridge, Warren P. Dean, James Robert
Detwiler, Harold Fankhauser, Glen Leroy Alabama:
GovnJansik, Albin D.
Govan Hardy, Willie Clayton
Evans, Thomas Watson St. Augustine: (St. Johns)
Hinterpohl, Arthur Coey, Ransom Clayicut:
RobertWessberg, Simon Holland, John Joseph S. C (Osceola)
Holm, A. Harry Indiana:
Horn, Herbert M.. Crandall, Burton Edi
Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Rode, Madelyn Antoiette Watson, Carl B.
Murray, Lorna M. S
Post, Myron Hazelton St. Petersburg: (Pinellas)
Schaeffer, Michael B. Alden, John R. Trussler, Clarence




York: North Dakota: Texas:
"rlema, amuel Miller, Jacob H. Vogel, Max A.
K Louis Miller, Theresa Fetzer Uth
GoltenBejamin Lewis Ohio: Schreiber, August
i .rancis .i. .
Davis, Alexander Vrgia:
I~~ IMarioa N S Wenger, Ralph Webster Frischkorn, Carl Sale
-01vr, anet Pnslai:Washington, D. C.
PosynPennsylvania:Merley, John M.
Lindhe, Rolf E. Sc-hippell, Theresa Mai
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Chiropoit
Name Address Namenwre
AL
Adams, J. E------_----------- St. Petersburg Lanbenthal, F. N.-----------Adams, J. M.------------------ St. Petersburg LePompadour, F. S&--------S.Ptr
Adams, L. B ------------St. Petersburg Lerner, S. J. ----- .......ol
Anderson, M ---------------------------- Tampa Levey, I.--------------------DyoaB e
Applegate, J. M.------------St. Petersburg Levey, WXV------------------DyoaBa
Arany, 2E. E------------------------------ Orlando Levy, B.-------------------------NwYr
Lewy, L.-------,--------------.,NwY
Beishline, M. L---------------- St. Petersburg Lewy, M. -----------------------------Tm
Browusey, E. G ------------------------ Tampa Lindley, R. E--------------WitrHv
Burns, M. J3----------------------- New Jersey Lindsay, J. H- ----------------------Ta
Livers, L. L ----------------------0
C London, L.------------------Datn Be
Campagna, M----------------- Daytona Beach
Capper, G. I.---------------------------- Oregon M
Carsley, E. M ---------------St. Petersburg Mc~ormack, F. J -------------I-- e
Casler, R. L.-----------'----Ft. Lauderdale McDermott, M. V --------------NwY
D
flanser, H. H ...................Daytona Beach Manship, G. R ------------------ ea
-Davis, W. A ----------- Tallahassee Marsh, M. E-----Devorrsak, E. C----------------------- Mt. Dora Meister, J. L.-------------- akovl
Doherty, J. L.------------------------------Miami Meyer, U. E ------------------PlBa
Dunn, C. S ------------------------ New Jersey Moore, R. C ---------------- im Cl
Dyrenforth, L. J3-------- West Palm Beach Morley, A. R --------------------NwY
EN. Egley, F. A ------------------------ Connecticut Nelson, G -----------------S.Ptrb
Ehrenberg, A. MW -.--....-.-.-------......... Orlando
Ellison, W. E --------------------------- Tampa. P
Palmes, W. R----------------G Pelletier, G. A ---------------MaiBa
Girard, J. M------------------------------- Miami Peters, M. J3.---------------------Lkln
Gisler, C. C ......r...................... .Orlando Piper, E. M-.-.-.-------,,t.
Gisler, C. L ---------------------------- Orlando Porte, F. L.--------------------Pl ec
Glaser, S.----------------------- St. Petersburg Powers, C. L.........--------S. Ptrb
Gleason, B --------------------------------- Miami
Goddard, G. R ............................. SKentucky
Goldberg, E---------------New Yrk Quixley, C. ....
Goldwag, H. L --------------New York
Griffin, M ................... .... Miami Raleigh, A.
H Redell, M ------Hackel, C ------------------------------ Jacksonville Rise W -------P
Halton, R. E-------------------------- Sarasota R sn ------------------------ a
Hart ,. -----------------Miai Ross, S. B ------r Mw ..... F ..W.-.---------------.-------------------- -.- ,.
Hauc, M. A--------------------------------Illiami oe J.T in.
H n r T. J W...... .est Palm Bec Rowe .+ A ... ,..
Rec, 3..W --nne-.------------ slv a Ryn, A. T ---,--ooee, A. M .-------..R. ----................ 0
Hejurd, E. B ------------ ------- s amiamih
Ryanon A E.. ....................................... Ta a
H esler, J. W. ................................... Pe ns lv ni R y er B .J...................N w
H urd E B ..... --- ----- .............................. M iam S,
3Sadows1ky, B.H---------------Ne Y
Saner P. J. ................................ Peter
Jones, S. R -- ...........------------------ Miami Sanr, ----Scar4pp l, J. F -- -----------------K Schw artz,I.H .......................................
Koeh J. F ............--............. WelPalm Beach ShannonM.A..........................




nnrL.R-------------W stPam Beach von M.Gerard, W ..................... im
W i1kIer, S. J -----------------P n s la i
nise,0.J L---------------Tacksonvll y
ey ----------------M ssachuset Young, H. H ..................... i m
Chiropodists
ytea Bach (Vlusa) Rowe, Fannie Weeks St. Ptersburg: (Pinellas)
,Camagna MathewRowe, James Tonking Adams, Joy E.
n-srHarit inccle Roe, Maude Anna Adms Jae Mito
ey, Iring SannonAdams, Loney B
vey Wllam ya, vis EM'ily Applegate, JckMor
Schawartz, 1. H., Beisle, Elsie ay~
Ln:(oui)Shannon, Marilla A. aeSyya
anhiGere usel Singer, Louis LePonipadour Francis S.
ftrd von M. Gerard, William Nelson, Georgia.na
Lauerdle (Bowad) Webb, Eugene Le~ardy Powers, Clement L.
ler Roer LeoyYoung, Harry Hirnan Saner, PeterJ
-tUer: Le) iamui Beach: (Diade) Saraota: (Sarasota)
"'ipr, lla erte (Cl.) Pelletier, George Arthur Halton, Richiard Evrerson Waltn: (kalosa)Wellesley, Arthur ile, yda aye t.~ Dora: (Lake) Dallahssee .(Leon)
W~onille (Dual)Devrsk Emric alDvsWlimA
omso, Rymon Cal Oland: (rang) Bowney, Edgar George
isse, Oto L Arny gmot Ewar Eliso, William Edwin
nd: Pol) EhenbrgArnoM. ewy Moris
Gislr, hares hrisian Levy, cfeled ters M~hild J.Giser, hares eonad Lndsy, John ubert~
i: (ade)Holes, ddieM. osen Lois
hert, Jaes awrece Rleih, Ana Kise TayorJohnB.




28 .Florida State Board of Health
CHIROPODISTS
Connecticut: Dunn, Charles Seymour Sadowsky, Bern
Egley, Fred August Rymer, Bernard Joseph Sonderling, Hera
.Ward, George M.
Illinois: New York:
Hauch, Robert Dixon Goldberg, Edward Ohio:
Thomas, William Jay Goldwag, Harry L. Livers, Lorene
Kentucky: Levy, Ben Oregon:
Goddard, Glen R. Lewy, Louisrgn
McCormack, Ferden Capper, George
Massachusetts: Jerome
Torpey, Richard N. McDermott, Mary V. Pennsylvania:
New Jersey: Morley, Arthur R. Heslop, James
Burns, Margaret J. Redell, Monroe Wikler, Simon J
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24 Florida State Board of Health
COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927
Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to -them, may,
require that the application be under oath.
3401. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before
October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of application for registration, addressed to the last known post -office address of such Registrant.
The form of such application shall be such as to contain space for the insertion by the applicant of the information required by the provisions. of
this Act.
3402. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any
duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the 'medical -and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board
for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.
3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder,
shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times.
7703. 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.
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.




or
'Bureau of Vitd Statistics 25
Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XVIII
Osteopaths
3417. DefinitionThe 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 sta-ndard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as hereinafter set forth. (Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, 1).
3418. License require&--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 practitioners, 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 hoard [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 heretofore 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 as 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 cGinstitute 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:
I. 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 micorp orated college of osteopathy and
Surgery maintaining a standard: satisfactory to the board.




COPILED GE NER~AL LAWSO LRD,12
6. Pay in advance to the board, fees as follows:
(a) For examination of an osteopathic physician andsugo$2.0
(b) For issuance of license ---------------------------- ---------------50
(c) For the license of one applying therefor under the poi
sions of section 3427 -------- ------------------------- 50
(Id. 6.)
3423. Professional education.-Standards of professionaledctoar fixed as follows:
1. To practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon:
(a) The applicant shall be a graduate of ~a professional scol rcolg of osteopathy which requires as a prerequisite to graduation a oryas course of nine months each, covering the standard curricula s eindi section 3424, and giving instructions in all the subjects necaryt dct a thoroughly competent general osteopathic physician and suren nld ing. obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructionsinaettcs antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotet ec rn ciples of surgery and surgical diagnosis leading to a degree fotoahc physician or doctor of osteopathy.
Physicians and surgeons of the osteopathic school of me~dicieae'ob of equal rank anid grade as the physicians and surgeons ofthohetre schools of medicine designated as allopathic, homeopathic andeletct have all the rights except to use drugs not taught. in thestnadcles or schools of osteopathy: Provided, however, that no osteopati hsca licensed under this Chapter shall practice major surgery who hasnohaa four-year course in an accredited osteopathic school or college, or theqia lent thereof. (Id. 7.)
3424. Colleges of Osteopathy defined-The term "standard colgeo osteopathy" shall be defined as-follows: A legally chartered ostepti college requiring before granting the degree of doctor of ostoaha actual attendance at such osteopathic college of at least thirty-sxmnh or four terms of nine months each, its course of study to include the ueds as follows:
Anatomy (descriptive, regional, applied, surgical and dissection)
Embryology.
Chemistry (advanced to include organic and physiologicalchmsran toxicology).
Histology.
Physiology.
Bacteriology.
Hygiene.
Hydrotherapy.
X-radianlce and electrical diagnosis.
Dietetics.
Practice of ostopathic medicine:
(a) Principles of osteopathy.
(b) Pric of~ osteopathic medicine. Therapeutis9oicuedsae ~of nerros sstm alimentary tract, heart and vascua ytm eio
urinary dises, ducless glands and metabolism,repatytacbn and joint diseases.
(d) Corrective gymnastics, physio-herapy.




Eye eat, nos aay btrhuroatd.a y tn~~
Gynecology. 8
Prfssoa ethicsau and efficiencye.a
colege ofostopahy nd urgry.(Id 8r.)
L 3425 Examiation f ostep- 13. Phys tic ofd strgopa-tbcxam surgonsshal emracethoegnrly andect andertopiseinled ing:
1. Antoy t 8. Tyhaeapeud tsa.
2. Chmistr. 9.d Surery
-Eac aathoiogn. 11. Oses s~
A~~~e tnwldg of whciiscmnle, andJ genralreqired ot candidates
and hysiianwith rights as defined in section 32.(d 1.
342. orignliene.The State board. ofosepahc edcl x
aminrs my alo inits iscretion issue a lcnewtoteaiaint an stepahicphsicanwho is a graduate fasadr olg foto pa~ty an Wh haspase~d an~ examiation framsinit h eia corp ofthe nitdSates Army, United StesNvothUnedSas TheStae bar ofostopthi 'Mdicl xamner sahve no authority
to isue licnse ithot eamintionexcet asheri2before in hi
section provide




COMPILED~ GENERAL ASO LRD,12
Osteopathic physicians and surgeons liee herendrsalhvte
same rights as physicians and surgeons of othe schools of eiiewt respect to the treatment of cases or holding of offices in pulcisiui
It is the intent and purpose of this Chapter to >gran ootoai physicians and surgeons the right to practice as taught adpatcdi the standard colleges of osteopathy. (Id. 13.)
3430. Ref i~a1 and revocation of license.-The State boado oto
pathic medical examiners may either refuse to issue or mayssedo revoke any license for any one or any combination of the follwn ass
1. Conviction of a felony, as shown by a certified copyoftercd of the court of conviction.,
2. The obtaining of, or an attempt to ob~tainu a license, o rciei h profession, or money or any other thing of value, by frauduetmirpe sentations.
3. Gross malpractice.
4. Continued practice by a person knowingly having aninetosr contagious disease.
5. Advertising by means of knowingly false or decetv staemets
6. Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a ae te than one's own.
7. Habitual drunkenness, or habitual addiction to> the use ofmopie cocaine, or other habit-forming drugs.
The State board may neither refuse to issue, nor to renew, nor ssed nor revoke any license, however, for any of these causes, unless tepro accused has been given at least twenty days' -notice in writingo h charge against him and a public hearing by the State board ofosepti medical examiners.
The'State board of osteopathic medical exminers shall have thepoe to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of rlvn books and papers for the investigation of matters that maycoebfr them and the presiding officer of said board may administerthreuse oaths and such board shall have the same authority to compel thegingo testimony as is conferred on courts of justice. (Id. 14.)
3431. Records.-The State board of osteopathic medicalexmnrshl keep a record which shall be open to public inspection atalrsobe times, of its proceedings relating to the issuance, refusal, rnwl upn sion and revocation of license to practice osteopathic mnedicieThsrcd shall also contain the name, place of business and. residenceadtedt and number of the license of every registered osteopathic phsica.(d 16.)
3432. Recording of license.-The certification providdfr4ribfr shall, before the



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CHAPTER 9330, No. 212
AS AMENDED 1937
AN ACT to, Regulate the Practice of Chiropratic; to Cet n rvd
for the Appointment of a Board of Chiropractic Examin~ers; oDfn h
Powers and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty forVoainf the Provisions of This Act.
BE IT ENACTED BY TEE LEGISLATURES~ OF TE SAEO
FLORIDA:
SEC~TION 1. Board: Qualifications.-There is jhereb rae n
established a Board to be known as 'the "Florida~ State ordo Cio practic Examiners," to be composed of three Doctors ofCioratco integrity and ability, who shall at the time of thir ponmntb cul bona fide residents of the State of 'Florida, for at es w ercn tinuously, next preceding the time of theappitet andwhoar graduates of some recognized school or college teahn9aaoypy siology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology.
SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.-The Goror shlwti thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appon he 3 otr of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualificatonpecfe n eto One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Bad
SECTION 3. Board: Term of Office-The term ofofiefthfrs members of said Board shall be as follows: One meber o ad or
shall be appointed for one year, one for two years, and one for treyas and they shall hold office until their successors are appointed adqaiid thereafter terms of members of the Board shall be for threeyer;poid that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor ishebympw ered to make, shall be for the unexpired term. All appointesmaeb the Governor to fill vacancies on said Board shall be made in acrac with the provisions and requirements of this Act.
SECTION 4. Board: Orgaization.-Sid Boardl of Ciorci x
aminers shall convene within thirty (30) days after their appoinmn n qualification, organize by electing one of their -number asPrsdnoea Vice -President, and one as Secretary-Treasurer. At the reglrmeis of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter poietesi Board shall reorganize by electing said off icers as above specfied
SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.-Said Board shallhodrglrssin for examinations at such places as the Board may detrie omn g
on the Second Monday in January, and July, respectivey fec er
and shall continue in session until the business before the sadBarKhl have been finished. Special Meetings may be called andhedasuhtm and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer maydermn.A least thirty (30) days' notice of the time and place ofalmbei o
examinations shall~ be given by publication once a w~eefofurcnctive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throiughuteSa.
SECTION 6. ,Board: Duties.-The said Board shallidp Sa hc
shall be affixed to all certificates issued by the saidBoradt.sc other papers require the same. The said Boardshlhaetepwro make and enforce alpoper rules and regulationsnesarfothcndt of its business, not in conflict with law. Said Badmytk etmn
concerning any matter within its jurisdicion, an ntedshreG hi official duties each member thereof is herebyemordtoa insr
oaths.
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SECTION 12 (As Amended 1937). eiiin-n hrpatrYh
has complied with the provisions of thisAcmaaduthreunedo more articulations of the body and all structures adjacentteeo nldn the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall snot prescribe, oramnstrt n person any medicine or drug included in materia- media efr n
surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetis
SECTION 13 (As Amended 1937): To Procure Licene-l otr
of Chiropractic must first procure a certificate toprciehroatc from the Florida State Board of Chiropractic Exauinesan pret
same before the State and County Tax Collector before si a olco shall issue him or her a State and County license to prcieCirpatc in the State of Florida.
All certificates to practice Chiropractic in the Staeo lrd hl expire on the, 30th day of September following th~eisunthroecp that any holder of any such certificate may havethsaernwdfo year to year by the payment of an annual SECTION 14: Record of Certificates: Supni:Reoao:Prcedure: Re-issue of Certifltate-All certificaes isudbnhBadSa be in such form as the said Board may prescribe.Beoeaycrict' is issued by said Board, it shall be numbered and reodd nabokkp for that purpose by the Secretary-Treasu~rer, and th nme f etfct shall be noted thereon. Such record shall be ope~ntopbiineco, and in all actions or proceedings in any court, atrncioraypt thereof, certified to by the Secretary -Treasurer under h eloftesi Board to be a true copy, shall be entitled to admission i vdne
The Board shall have power at any time to inq9uireino-hidttyf
any person claiming to hold a certificate to practice Chirpatcith State of Florida, and after due service of a notice in wiig eurn him or her to prove to the satisfaction of said Board, that h r h i h person authorized to practice Chiropractic under the certiiaebyvru of which he or she claims the privilege to practice Chiroraciints State. When the said Board finds that a person claiming tob hehle of a certificate to practice Chiropractic in said State is not nfc h person to whom the certificate was issued, i~t shall reduce its idngt writing and file them in its office. Such fnings shall be riafai evidence that the person mentioned therein is falselyimesntgth person to whom a certificat to practice Chiropracti i said Saewsise of a like or different name.
Charges may be preferred to the Board against the holdrocetfae to practice Chiropractic in said State for fraud or deceiti euigsc certificate, or that the holder thereof no logrpssseh go oa
character, or that he or she has been convicted iltino n a
of the Stat~e, or that he or she solicits patientsthogangeorhth. or she is addicted to the use of narcotic drugs, o naywyo anri guilty of making false, fraudulent, misleading, etaaato rsl m
probable claims or statements as to. the efficayo au ftesineo practice of Chiropractic in the cure or treatmn faydsaeolru of diseases, or in any way is guilty of deceptino ru i h rcieo Chiropractic, or has violated any of the proionoftsAc.U nth
receipt of such charges, the Board upon anafraievt ftoo t
members may suspend the certificate of the personaant hmsc
charges have been preferred. Immediatelybtntmrthnendy after such suspenso, the holder of such certifct osseddsalb notified thereof writing, and shall befunse wihacp ofad
charges, and shal for the hearing of said cagsb h adBad hc
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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 Bqardl. 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 Board by 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 an appellate court, if any 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 shall be disqualified from practicing Chiropractic in the State, of Florida.
SECTION 15. Issue and Re-issue 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 Act. Any person to whom such certificate has been issued, as in this section, shall pay to the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board the sum of Twenty-five ($25 00) 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 Act stated, or restore 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 &wd to issue or re-issue the certificate of the person to whom a certificate hai be6n 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 I -Board why such application should not be acted upon by said Board.
SEMON 16.' Recording -of Certificates.-Every person who shall reeeive 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 failpre or refusal on the part of the holder of a certificate to have JL 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 to do so, shall be sufficient gTound towarrant the said Board to
said certificate and render it null and void.




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SECTION 1I7. Disposition of es-lexmntofesrcidb
the State Board of Chiropract~ic E~xaminers une thisAcshlbeeurykept by the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board iand remitdto.rdedie with the State Treasurer of Florida as hereinafter provdd
SECTION 18. Annual Statement.-The Setry-Treaue fsi
Board shall, within thirty (30) days rafter the adjounet fter eua and correct sworn statement of account tothCoprle fhi t,
showing all funds collected or received by the said Board, n esaa the same time remit to the State Treasurer all moneysreivdbhm.
SECTION 19. Duties of State ['reasurer--The StateTraueshl receive and keep the said moneys in a special fund to be. deintdbhm and shall pay the same out on warrants dravwn by th~e Cmtolro h
State upon vouchers issued and signed by the PesidentadSceay Treasurer of said Board. So much of said money as a eneesr
shall be used to defray the necessary expenses of? the sadBrdith discharge of their official duties and as conmpensation for tersrvcsi carrying out the provisions of this Act.
SEC~TION 20. Secretary -Treasurer to Keep Records tsalb h
duty of the Secretary-Treasurer to keep a record or rcrsi hc hl be recorded the name and residence of all persons to who etfctshv been granted by the Board, as well as the name nd eieceo l
persons who have been refused certificates and the revoain fcrifcts He shall also keep accurate books of account and su~chothrbosamy be necessary in which to record all the acts and proceednso adBad said books and records to be open at all reasonable tie topbi npc tion, and subject to examination by the State Audito~r.
SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary-Treasuwer-The said erty-eaurer of said Board shall give bond, to be approved and kept b h op troller in the sum of One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars, paybetth Governor of Florida, and his Successors in office, and conditoefrth faithful performance of his duties, and for the true and accurate acutn and payment of all funds received by him under the provisions fti c to the State Treasurer as herein provided.
SECTION 22. Payment of Expense&-All members ofsi or
shall receive a per diem of twenty ($20.00 dollars for each a drn which they shall be actually engaged in the discharge of their ies n mileage at the rate of four cents per mile forec ml nlecesrl
traveled in going to and from any place of meeting osaid Boar.,Sc per diem and mileage, and such other incidental expensesinurdbth said Board in the discharge of their duties, including ncessayseorpi work for Secretary-Treasurer, and in compliance with the rvson fti Act, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided oto h udo h
said State Board of Examiners, and not otherwise.
SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges.-The or fCiorci x
aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to passuo h o~
standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School or olee I e termining the reputability and standing of any ChrpatcSol or College, the right to investigate and make a personal npeto o h same is hereby authorized, such investigation not to b~emaetth expense of said Board.
SECTION 24. Board of Health Reuatins.-AlI licnseChrpats shall observe and be subject to all State and Municipal euain eaig to the control of contagious and infectious diseases, indahcriiae and comply with all laws pertaining to public healhreotntoheppr authority as other practitioners are reqired todo
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SECTION 25. 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.
SEC I TION 26. Penalties' for Violations.-Any person who shall practice
-or attempt to, practice Chiropractic as defined in this Act, and in violation
he 'sions thereof, 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 this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than Five Hundred ($500.00) 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 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 this Act.
SECTION 27. Non-interference with other Methods or Science of Healing,-Nothing in this Act 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 having been thereto licensed to so practice under any law of this State.
SECTION 28. 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 the Act, 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 Act 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 Act, or may employ an Attorney-at-Law to prosecute violations of this Act independent of such Prosecuting Attorneys.
SECTION 29. If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Act shall be held to be unconstitutional and invalid, then that fact shall not affect or destroy the validity or constitutionally of any other section, provision, clause or part of this Act, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid, and the remaining portion of this Act shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid.
SECTION 30. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the 'provisions
-of this Act are hereby repealed.
SFkMON 31. This Act shall take effect upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or becOniling a law without such approval.




3469. Naturopathy defined-For the purpos fthsCape atro
pathy and naturopathy shall be construed as synonmu ersada
hereby defined to mean the use ad practice oi and material health sciences to aid in pu~riying,clasnadnomizg human tissues for the preservation or restoation of hatacrigt the fundamental principles of a 3470. Board; qualifications-A. board is hebycatdobek wns
"The State board of naturopathic exaiers." Sadbadsalb composed of three practicing naturopathic hscaso nert n
ability who shall be residents of this State, and whosaliaegrdae from a reputable naturopathic school, and, shall haveaeneggdi h
active practice of their profession within thitat foetlatoeya prior to the passage of this Chapter, but none of the hl ecnetd in any way with or have any interest in riaturopatb4 col rcleg.Si board shall perform such duties and be vested withan exries61h
powers relative to the protection of thbe public healthanthcorlad regulation of the practice of naturopathy in the Stat~e -fFoiaa hl in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred upon it. (Id. .
3471. Board; how constituted.-The Governor shall wti hrydy
after May 28, 1927, appoint three naturopathic physicas h hl oss the qualifications specified in section 3470} as members o adbad 7b said members shall be appointed so that their terms of office hl epx one in two years, one in three years and on in four yasfo h aeo their appointment. Upon the expiration of the tr fofc fec
member of said board, or whenever a vacancy sall ocu hren h
Governor shall appoint a naturopathic physician to filuchvcny h
members of said board shall hold office until their scesr r pone and qualified- (Id. 3.)
3472L Members of boardI; oath o~f office.-Bfrenriguoth duties of said office, the members of the saidbadsaltkWh osiu
tional oath of office and shall file the same~ inthofiefteScray of State; and there shall thereupon issue to i omsio usatt
his appointment. As its first metn, thle bor ebr saliset
themselves a license under this Chapter to prcientrpty o hc
each member shall pay a fee of twenty-five dolr.(I..
3473& Organization and meetings of bor.Imdatl fe h
appointment and qualification of said members, adbadsalme n
organize. Said board, shall elect a president, vicepeietadsceay treasurer from its membership. Said board shall hl w eua et
ings each year, one in June and one in Novmea oecnein lc
in the State, and on such date as the boar a eemn.Ntc fsc
meetings shall begiven by publication thro0 neawekfrfu mc
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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 shallidopt a seal which 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 performapee 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 administer 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 writing 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 naturopathy, 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 demonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in -such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct of written examinations each applicant shall be -designated by a -number, instead of by his name, so that his identity shall not be disclosed to the n embers 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 examination 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 qualifications of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfactory examination. (Id. 6.)
3475. Temporary license.---The board may in its discretion issue a temporary 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




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examinations, and only until then~, when sai ies hllbcm ,a temporary license shall not be recorded. (I.)
3476. Fees.-There shall be paid to the setary-tr board by each applicant for license by examinion a dollars, which shall accompany the application The charged for issuing a temporary license, which shal inhefk examination for permanent license. No part of any under any circumstances !or conditions, nor shall this Chapterb osre as affecting or changing laws in reference to license taxtobpady physicians and surgeons. (Id. 8.)
3477. Registration fee.-A fee of five dollars shal be p person practicing naturopathy within this State on Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to requirl htrnwassalb recorded as original licenses are required to be recede
3478.. Deposit of fees receved; expenses; reporto4 eepsadds bursemnets.-All fees received under this Chapter hl epadtih secretary-treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit th for the use of the State Board of naturopathic examinradshl a h
same out only upon written order issued and signed b treasurer and president of said board. The e carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be p h
and the remainder to be divided equally among the mN1e and not otherwise. The secretary -treasurer shall, onT October, of every year, file with the Governor of the receipts and disbursements and proceeds -of said hoadfrteislya. The secretary-trea surer shall be required to give a good andi in such amount and upon such terms and conditions asthe require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. 10.)
3479.-Recording license.-All licenses issued as herein prvdshl be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of which applicant practices, and the date of recording of sae indicated thereon. Said clerk shall keep permanent record and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so record. I. 1.
3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.-Deoso auo
pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, countyanmuiplrelations in regard to the control of contagious and infectosdsess h reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all ohrmtesprann to the public health in the same manner as is requiofr ohrpaciinr of the healing art. (Id. 12.)
3481.-Duty of prosecuting attoney to proseueofnrsaistlw
-It shall -be the duty of the prosecuting attore ofthconyiwih person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. rvdd oeeta nothing in this Chapter shall be considered asinefrgwthaypso engaged in such other methods of treatment or healing saenw euae by law in the State of Florida. (Id.1.
3482. Accredited colleges.-The board of natuoa c exmiespr hereby empowered under this Chapter to passuothgodtainad reputabilityr of a~ny naturopathic school orcolgadidermngth reputability of any naturopathic school or olgtergttwnetgt and make a personal inspection of the same i eeyatoie.(d 1.




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the right of trial de uovo before theciutcoradheafrte ut
shall hear and determine the guilt or incneo h cueaduls the guilt of the accused shall appear beyn esnbedut h o.'r
shall render its decision in favor of the rights to practice under this Chapter. Si rtsaliseuo h
petition of the person whose license has benrevoe n iewti ninety days after such revocation. Appeals from ny eiinoh circuit court may be taken to the Supreme Court of Flord ntesm manier and subject to like condition as appeals in chancery are taken. In the event that any such license shall be revoked or registration annulle under the provisions of this Chapter, the said board shall forhihtas mit to the clerk of the circuit court in which said accused isreiteda a naturopathic physician, a certificate, under its seal, certiyn htsc registration has been annulled and. that such clerkshluoreip of such certificate, file the same and forthwith mnarksuhrgtaio "annulled." (Id. 17.)
3486. Practicing without license-Any pesn h shalprcic atr
opathy after his license has been revoked and registration inie shall be deemed to have practiced naturopathy wtotalcne rvdd
however, that at any time after six months after the dt fsi ovcin said board, by a majority vote, may issue a e ieso rn
license to the person affected, restoring to or corner upnhm l h rights and privileges of and pertaining to the pratc fntrptya defined and regulated by this Chapter; that thiefethrorsalbte same as upon the issuance of the original license. I. 1.
7725. Practicng naturopathy without license; pnly-Ayp-ro who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathyowhsalue any of the terms or letters "naturopath," "natureopat. nurphi physician," "doctor of naturopathy," "_N. D." or anyotetilersr letters under any circumstances whatsoever, so as to msedtepbi to believe that the person so using such term or terms is 7726. Other offenses against law regulating practice of ntrpty Any person who shall:
(a) Sell, or fraudulently obtain or furnish (b) Practice naturopathy under the cover of any dilomlcne record or registration illegally or fraudulently obtained4 rescue issued unlawfully or upon fraudulent representations; or
(c) Advertise to practice naturopathy under anm te hnhs
own or under an assumed name; or
(d) Falsely impersonate another practitioner ofalieodfern name; and
Any person who, not being then lawfully licensed n uhrzdt practice naturopathy in this State, shall
(a) Practice or advertise to practice naturopty
(b) Use in connection with his~ name any eintontnigt
simply or to designate him as practitioner (e) Any person who shall practice natuoah duinttetie i
license is suspended or revoked,
Shall upon cnition be punished by afieontmrehaoe thousand dollars imprisonment for not moeta ieyeronybt such fine and prisonment, in the discretion h or..C.126 Alcts 1927, 19.)




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General Laws Of Florida,, Acts of 1933
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 Aer'ewith and Fixing the Date upon Which This Act Becomes Effective.
BE IT ENAIGTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
SECT-ION 1. DFFINITION.:-Chiropody, shall mean the diagnosis, medical, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof; and shall include the use and prescription 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't-he 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 Examiners, which license shall be granted to such applicants after they shall have furnished satisfactory proof of being at least twentyone years of age and of good moral character, but only upon compliance ,with the -following conditions:
SECTION 3. REGISTRATION OF CHIROPODISTS WITHOUT EXAMINXTION,--Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practitioner of chiropody., who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unrevoked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter ,12197 otherwise 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, satisfactory 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 $5.00, 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 entitled- 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 Examiners, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of anatomy, chemistry, dermatology, diagnosis,, materia-medica, pathology, 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 subject inovdadntls hn,,fft
per cent in any one subject, and pay a xmnto eeo 2.0W4h
shall accompany the application, to th erty-eaurofheBbd of Chiropody Examiners. Any applicant filling passterqieet shall be entitled within six months to a re-exmnto upo inmetofa additional fee of $10.00. But two such~ reeaiainsalehutt privilege under the original application. Upon thepyen fa eo $50.04, a license without examination may be issued toanpesnlcsd to practice chiropody in any other State maintaining equlsatoyrquirements and extending the same reciprocal privilegestoCipdss f the State of Florida.
SECTION 5. This Act shall not apply to licensed physicianorsges in this State nor to surgeons of the Army, Navy and Pub~licealhSrie when in actual performance of official duties, nor to the cmeca'aeo the customary foot appliances in retail stores.
SECTION 6. For the purpose of carrying out the proionofts Act, the Governor shall as soon as convenient after the passaeothsA, appoint a Board of Chiropody Examiiners to consist of thre hrpdss actively engaged in said practice in the State of Florida,anthSeray o~f the State Board of Medical Examiners who sh~all. ex-ofioacasecu tive officer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners h frtmme appointed by the Governor on said Board of Chirpdy xmnr hl
serve for ~a term of one year, the second mem~beraponeonsiBar of Chiropody Ex~aminers shall serve for a term of tw yersanthtir member appointd on said Board of Chiropody Examinersshlsev'fr a term of three years and thereafter members of thie said or salb ,appointed for a term of three years.
SECTION '7. Every license shall be conspicuously displae a h place of practice and must be recorded in the office o~f the 1lr o h Circuit Court of each county wherein the licensee practices,wihntry days of its issue. A renewal license fee of $5.00 shall be, paid anulyt the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners, adi o paid within three months, the license shall be revoked and shalolb reinstated upon original application and examination. Evy rewa certificate shall be displayed in connection with the original lices.A licensees shall be designated as licensed chiropodists and shallnt:ue any title or abbreviation thereof without the designation "hrpoit practice limited to foot and leg," thus idicating a limitations fpo fessional qualifications to treat human ailments.
SECTI ON 8. The Governor shall have the power to remove fo ofc members of the Board of Chiropody Examiners for neglect of duisare quired by this Act, or for malfeasance in office and incomipetenco o unprofessional conduct. The Governor shall have the authority t.fl n vacancy caused by the removal of any member of the BadofChrpd Examiners or by his resignation, or death, all suc appointed ob rc ticing chiropodists in the State of Florida. Th oar ofChrpd Examiners shall within two weeks after their appoin1tmetme tsm convenient place in the State of Florida and shalthnelc aPesdn from their own members and a Secretary-Treasurr h Sceay
Treasurer shall give to the Governor of the~ State ofFoiaapnlbd in the sum of $1,<000.0)0 with sufficient sureties to hbeaprvdbth Governor for the faith1ful discharge of his duties. The Bordo Ciopd Examiners shall hold at least two examinations i~n eachyerbging with October 1st, 1933S, and such additional meetings niot ecein he each year at such tlies and places as the exctiveofieshldrct
SECTION 9. Any person violating any of th rvsoso hsAt




Bureu ofVita Staistis 4
GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIAATOF13 mpo~ covicion herofshal bepunshedby fie ofnotexcedin $50.0




General Laws fFoia A t f13
SENATEE ILN .14
AN ACT to require practitioners of every kcind4rbacho h
medical and/or material healing arts to place and4 >keep a h nrne of their offices or usual places of business words >or proe brvain denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical an/rmtia healing art they are licensed to practice.
BE IT ENACTED B3Y THE LEGISLATURE OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. Every person licensed under the lawsofteSaef Florida to -practice medicine, surgery, osteopathic' mediciechrpat, naturopathy, chiropody, podiatry or any other kind orbrnhote medical and/or material healing art, whenever activel egge n h
practice of same, or whenever holding himself~ or herselfota rci
tioner of same, shall cause to be placed an.d k~ept in a consiusplc at each entrance to his or her office or u~sual plae of bsnswrso proper abbreviations, in intelligible lettering not less tan toadoe half inches in height and one inch in width clearly denng tepriua kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing ath rsei licensed to practice under the laws of the State of Florida.
SECTION 2. Any person convicted of a violation of thischpesal be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollr rb m
prisonment in the county jail for a period of not more than i mnh or by both such fine and imprisonment.
SECTION 3. All laws and parts of laws in conlict ereih r
hereby repealed in so far as they conflict with this Act.
SECT]ION 4. This Act shall take effect immediately upon itspssg and approval by the Governor, or upon its becoming a law wtotsc approval.
Approved by the Governor May 24, 1937.




Bureau of Vital Statistics 46
Official.Opm*ions of the Attorney General
OPINION No. 17
REGISTRATION: VETERINARY DOCTORS
In Re: Whether Veterinarians Required to Register Under Chapter 12006; 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, chiropractic, 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 fitle 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 otatute was enacted were lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine should register annually as requireid 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 underthe Art by notifying the jury to that effect.
OPINION No. 19
LICENSE RECORDED COUNTY WHERE PRACTICING
Section I of Senate Bill No. 75, approved May 28th, 1927, provides:
"That from and after the passage of this Act every
license to practice shall before the licensee begins to
practice thereunder be recorded in a book for that purpose in the officeof 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 provWons 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."'




REGISTRATION:-DNITPO ARSS
Chapter 120(05, Acts of 1927, requirergitaonfevylcns..o practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropr i every other medical and/or material method of th pracieo eln r before the licensee begins to practice.
I am of the opinion that the words "every other medicaladG.mtra method of the practice of the healing art~," as used in thsAtaew& of general import which are limited by the seciicationoftepriua words theretofore used and that the principle of noscitur asci reu idem generis applies and limits the general words to th sm cas k things as are covered by the specific, words.
In short, podiatrists would be required to register asthiprcces kindred and similar to the practice of medicine but i lis portion of the human body.
Dentists on the other hand, can hardly be called pattoeso h
same kind of science as ordinary doctors, an, there are excluded, unless, of course, the practice of detsryi ed o m brace the right to give treatments for human~ ailmnsdet orcin
of dental deficiencies. As I understand the same, sm etst oti
and some dentists do not.
It is possil that there might be a distinction bewnthprcieo dentistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. Howeei helcneo the dentist authorizes, and the practice of his scieneebacsaceti degree of surgery and therapeutic treatment such aswudodiaiyb administered by a. physician, a dentist would be asmuhwtiterquirement to register as would the podiatrist. As todetssheqsio should be determined by a consideration of what the dents s lcnsdt do under the rules and regulations of the Dent~al Board an h aso Florida.
OPINION No. 22
REGISTRATION: ELEOTRO-THERAVEUTISTS POESOA
MASSEURS
Section 2 of Chapter 12005 requires all personsenadintepcie of naturopathy to register with the StateBorofHat.ScinIf Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927l, provides forthliesn ofaubph.
The practice of naturopathy is deined as icungeetoteaetc n
would also seem to include professional masseurswhcprtionr(>l fall under the classificatio~n of those engae intepacieo mtra
health science~ used to aid in the puryngcenigad omlznO
the human tissues for the preservation oadrsoaino elh
Construing these two laws together~ itwolaperttprsnegaged in the prt of eectroherpe a e s
seurs are engae in the prati~e of4 trptyadarteeoe e
quired to register as such under Capter 105 cso 97




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REGSTRTIO: IETO HEU>QART$ PROFESSION
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status~pr frrgsrto ofeer-theamedictal d o r oesna maaseurs
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means o checkig up onthose wo are pacticin without aycriiaea
OIN No 32N
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1938
gtration of Practitioners
Of
Osteopathy Chir op actic Natur op athy
Chiropody InF lo rid a
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Florida
State Board of Health
N. A. BALrZELL, M.D., President, Marianna
SHALER RICRAIWSON, M.D., Jacsonville
A. Wm. MORMuON, Miami
W.A. McPitAUL, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville
*RECORDS*
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Table of Contents
Page
Members of Examining Boards ....... 4
Doctors of Osteopathy ........... ---------------------- ...... 5
Doctors of Chiropractic ......... - ----------------------------- 12
Doctors of Naturopathy --------------------------- -- -.---------- ------- 16
Doctors of Chiropody ------------------------------------ ...... ....
Registration Law ---------------------------------- ----------------------Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy -..........-------- 25
Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic ------------------------- 30
Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy ........................ 36
Law Governing Practice of Chiropody .......................
Designation Bill -------------------------------------.......................44
Opinions of the Attorney Gner --. ---------- ..------45




Letter of Transmittal
FLORIDA STATE BOARD. OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
Jacksonville, Florida, Ferary 15, 1939
I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the registration of Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the eleventh 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.
This ele~venth annual report contains a complete list showing tenames and addresses as of time of registration, of~ idvduals who have registered for the calendar year 1938. 1 am also transmitting to you in a separate reprta complete list of those who registered for 1937, but failed to register again for 1938.
Respectfully,
Director,, Bureau f Vital Statistics d<
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4 Florida State Board of Health
MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOARDS
State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
A. C. LoVEjOY, 1). 0., Winter Haven, term expires July 29, 1939
E. W. FLYNN, D. 0. Tallahassee, term expires July 29,, 1940
C. S. BAIL, D. 0., Eustis, term expires August 11, 1940
NORVAL E. BROWN, D. 0., Tampa, term expires August 16, 1941
A. G. CHAPPELL, D. 0., Jacksonville, term expires August,20, 1940
RALPH B. FERGUSON, D. 0., Miami, term expires August 25, 1938
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners DANIEL K. KRK, D. C., Jacksonville, term expires July 12, 1939
A. M. MORGAN, D. C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 1940 D. I. RAINEY, D. C., Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1942
State Board of Naturopathic Examiners
T. W. EVANS, N. D., Miami, term expires July 16, 1941
YALE S. LUNIN, N. D., St. Petersburg,, term expires July 159 1942 WATT rS. PERRY, N. D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15, 1939
State Board of Chiropody Examiners
Ovro J. L. TONISSEN, Jacksonville, term expires January 5, 1940
THOMAS J. HENCHEY, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1939HARRY H. YOUNG, Miami, term expires January 15, 1939
Information concerning members constituting above Boards submitted
by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, February 4, 1939.




Doctos of Osteopathy
A Address Name Addrs
Ies Burnard, H. W .. N ew York
H.M --------------Coa Gables Burns, T ---------------- sa cuset
W ---------- ----- e o k u h E-.. ....... ..... ......... ...J c s n i l
Yok B, L
B*- -------------_--- as ac usetts
C
Cail, J. B ............................t. Petersburg
s--Eustis Caine, A. B.... .... L a n
W-- n l Calhoun P. ............ e
.... C l ison C P.................... ............ .......... T exas II
... ....rndo Cann, D. S .-------......Daytona Beach
Missou Carlisle, .................................. Wisconsin
---------------S.Petersbr Carlson, H. S.---------------------- Bartow
-0 0_ ------------ ---Pnnsylvai Carlson, 0.---------------------------Bradenton
LoG ------ ---------_ uta Gord Carr, 1. M ------------------------------- Sebring
-----0 Carter, W ............................... _.._..California
- --------------------- Tampa Cathcart, N. H.------------------- Michigan
-- Petersburg Cave, F. A ..- ....................St. Petersburg
S -- Kansas Chappell, A. G. --.-....---.......... .Jacksonville
Clay, G.. R --------------------------------- Tampa
C. .llinois Coker, D. C-. ------------- Panama City
R - -inois Coker, R. P ------------------- Panama City
..-- - -_ M iam i Collins, H. L .............................. llin ois
_ York Comstock, B. H ------------- Lakeland
A.inois Conklin, H. L ------------------- New Jersey
are Conklin, M. ....................................... Miami
E----------- pa Conkling, M. T.H ......-.....Lka................... nd
E. J --------------$orth Carolina Conn, M -.----------------------------- -----Iowa
------------------------Pant City Cottrell, MW. K.------- n---------------------------Ohio
-- ... Tampa Covey, F. e ...........................................
,. - ....................................... M iam i
0.A- ----------------Hollywood Cozart, J. A ------------------Pennsylvania
i- ----Ohio Crai, W. L -- ---------------- Indiana
IL-_---------------- -------Miami Crosby, C. A -------------------------- Illinois
S. ...........................Cutchfield, W..E Miami
J.' ---------------_California Curry, E. K ---------------------Missouri
. Custis, W. W. .--............--------------Ohio
F- --r --- ----------- -----X n a
L- ndiana Damm, W. B............----------W isconsi
S--Davies, 0. ..-.---------------------- St. Petersburg
-- Davi, C. H .--------------llinois
X.I-_---------------------Vrii DayEF R--------------------------XKentucky
- ..... ------------------ Tampa
- --- ------ ------ --------- lln is D y, M C.---------------------------------- Iowa
lfb -------_---------- onecictDenby, C. H.----------------------JHomestead
B. -------_--- orh arlin DnnstnE. Lo.------------- Pennsylvania
Bea h.... G ................................DeLand
SW A ............ ......ornia
,Dillabough, A. H........St. Petersburg SDo A. L .-------Zephyrhill
----- -------- ---- K nss Dorrance, H. J ------------- ennsylvania
A..__.._-..hod Isan Doe, ----------West Palm Beach
............West Palm Beach
. W ................. .............. Pennsy .aia.
.......-------Ol--- Po .




Name Address Name ,d
Dunk, G. H. W -- -------------- Miami Harter, B. ......... W e
Dunning, J. J-- ------.........-...g....... Egland H avens, R ,. L. -_s
Dye, A. McK............ ............North Carolina Re erle, C. K--.
e, H H .........C.................------------------.---,-Penns
E Hensley,- A. S -------------- an s
Elfrink, B. M.---------North Carolina Herroder, T. L. ..
Ellison, W. H .........................St. Petersbur Herst, S. J
Enright, T. M.----------------------------- Miami Hzed, ------------------- i
Erbe, H. H.--------------------- Massachusetts Hicks, A. B.......------------- -- i
Eroh, C...............------------St Petersburg Hildreth, A. G.---------- -------MS
Erwin, E. P -------------------------------Miami Hillyer, C. C.------------------Jcs
Erw n M. B ...........................................an, A.
Ewn-----------MaiHoilt, W. L.------------ --- aiF Houghton, R. B,.. -- I T.l
Farr, B. H. C ...........New Smyrina Hois, C----- R B ...... ...J........................................... .:' i M i
Farrar, J. M----------------------------- Miam~i HwlJ
Ferguson, D M .......................... Indiana ell, .
Ferguson, ......................... B- -I-- . i .a..... .... ........ M
ea, KH.......M..G ....................Mi.m..Be........ Lees,
Ferris, E. M -----------Massachusetts Hur N
Flynn, E. T. "Pat" ------------- Tallahassee Hu--to-------F
Flynn, E. W ....................... Tallahassee
garty, J. ...................................- ------Indiana
Foley, W. K........... ...----------Miami Beach Irvine, S. W --------_----Pn'l:
Foster, J. E.-----.--.. North Carolina
Foster, S. D ......................... ..North Carolina
Fraser, J. ........................................ U----- -Sarasota Jeffers, H. S ......
Frison, G .............................-de-,-S.--,-DeLand en J. .
eld,~~~Jnins C. F. ............................. .--St Peters,,.,.. .
Frost, E. M .................................Winter Park J ,
Fuller, C. G.............................. Orlando -- ---G K
Gnts, S. L............. Rhode Island Kahn, S ......
Garfield, H. F ................................ i Kane, E------Gates, 0. B -------------- Michigan Kell, R. ................................
George, H., III-------------Delaware Keller, F.. B.... .- .. .
Getchell, C. E ................................Ft. Pierce Keyes, L. S,...-.-Gettinge. D. .---------------Arcadia elley, H. ...........
Ghostly, ............ ------------ Canada Kider E
Gibbs, S. B.---------------------- Miami Beach Kidwell, J. H --------------- is
Gingerich, L. E----------------------- Miami Killoren, F. U ----------.---------Glascocjc, A. DP---------- -St. Petersburg Kingsbury, L,. C .-------__---Lk
Glezen, R. A ------------------------- Michigani Kinney, B. E .........-..........
Gnau, C. U...... ...........------- ...Ft. Myers Kinney, L. F.......
Goehring, H. M.---- -Pennsylvania Kirkpatrick, H. T .
Gray, E. K ------------------------- Wisconsin Klinie, J. L ...................Jcs
Gregory, P. D. --------------.....------Fort Myers Knap F
Groenewoud, J. C --------------------I---Illinois p .C...................Nb
Gulick, E. A .. ........e..... -Iowa
Guy, J. E- ....................--North Carolina Landes, H. V ........ Mi
Lar,.ore, L. S................... .............. M.i
H Larmoyeux, L. J .._. -Hain, N. M------------------...............Miami Larue, J. B .........-.......-..........
Hall, W C ..- -..... --............ ---......Indiana Latchaw, T. S8.-................
Harper, J- -- ----------;.....-..... --.....Orlando Lewis, C. H ................--ne
Harris, A. . ...... ... Tennessee Little, A. .
Harris, E. L.----.-Gorgia Long, C. B q .. .P m
Harris, F. W......- ......Daytona Beac~h Love, S.R................ t e




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C. --_------------ -------Miami Pohlig, W. A.......- ---..........New Jersey
T.R --------------------New York Pollard, C., E -.... -.........- .........Ilinois
H.~~ ~ ------------------Orlando Powrie, J. D-.....................----.....Maimi,
Pressly. M. W., Jr.------------------ ap
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M.E-------------------~----- Ohio
A.P -----------------West Virginia Quartel, H. W ....--------------............ hi
A ---------------Pennsylva~nia Quick, R. T..-..------------.........Palm Beach
H.B-------------------JacksonvilleR
C.A-----------------------M aineR
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L --------------------Miam Beach Raffenberg, M. G--------..........-.... ap
PH --_---------------Penylaia Ramsey, E. L.-------------- Ws Virii
L ------------Ramsey, F. E.--------------Weti
:.A ---------_- --------------Iowa Ranagan, F. J3.---------------- MiamiBec
c.T ------------------Tennessee Rankin, F .-.......------......St. Petersburg
E,------------------------ ----- Iowa Reid, McM J3.-----------------------~ ----- Ohio
J.V ----------------------Michigan Reitmeyer, F. T..---------.......New Jersey
J.R--------------------------Ohio Rich, J. R----------------------------- Michiga
C.C.,Jr---------------Sarasota Richards, T. J.-------_- ---------- Jacksonvil
W -----_-----------Penrnsylvania R~ichardson, G. A ..-----------........Mt. Dora.
D ------ ---_--- ashngtn, Richardson, H. J .......................Mim
C.Mc ...............-...Golorado Ripley, G. H., Jr ..-------.........Miamni Beach'
*0 H.......................... llinois Robinson, L. A............ DaytonaBec
L ~ ~~~- R ....... I......t. Augustine Rhodes, B --------a--------------------- ...Rhode Island
J. .......................Oi Rogers, R. W ....................--New -Jersey
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H ------a ------------------------ New Yrk-------- W-F------------------- Pennylvai
0.C..-.-.-.--...Penslvni Rutah, B. M.--.......----......Lakeland
Rowson, A. .................................. EnglIand
G.. D., Jr ................ Pennslvania S--------- J.---------------------ascuet
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Name Addr~ess Name -. A
Shalett, L. J-------------------------------- Maine Town, F. M ---------------S.P
Shay, W G ---------.----...------------------- Michigan Towne, A. D ..........'............
Shellenerger, J. M - Pennsylvania Treble, J. M---Shifflett, E. E.---------------------- California Tucker, A. R ------------ ot. a
Shoemaker, P. A.------------------- Michigan Tuttle, F.------------------Shull, D. R- .------------ Ft. Lauderdale
Shupert, 1. E----------------------------Miami
Siegert, A. M ---------------------------- Indiana Underwood, R. E ------------ on
Simmons, H. F-..,------------ Pennsylvania
Simpson, J. H ------------------- Jacksonville
Singleton, R. 0. Tampa Vandagrift, E. C... ---,.-.---,Slater, A. B--------------Kansas Van der Vort, P. C
Sluyter, E. G. -------------Michigan van de Sande, T. W
Smith, A. W.------------------- Massachusetts Vogler, C. W --------------- eryB
Smith, H. R ------------St. Petersburg von Beren, F. F....
Smith, J. R.. -------------Wyoming von Stirne, S. G. Ce
Smith, S..P ------------ ---New York
Smyth, B -..------- ..---------------Palm Harbor
Snedeker, 0. 0 ----------------iigan Walker,
Spalding, M.. ......Massachusetts Walker, H.M
Spence, T. T----------North Carolina Waller, C. F
Spicer, E. W .------------- Connecticut Waller, .
Staff, ....................................... Illinois W ard, D. C
Stazlman, H. .................... Pennsylvania W-------------- Wite
,a b ig t K. 0.. ............ W ... ....... .. a k
Stem, H. L.---------------------- Pennsylvania Weber, W. G -------------------
Stewart, C. B---. -- -----Minnesota W ......r. ........ Mi
Stewart,, H. H ......................Minnesota W esser, B .................S r
Wtewar, G. D----------------------------Ind a .. V.-- B
S te a rt J J ................................... In i n e.L, _,.. .... .....
Stinson, 3. A .........................St. Petersburg Wheeler, H. E-Strayer, V. .....................................-------------Strobell, E. G. W-------..........-.California Wily, E. Wc-----------------Jako
Sullvan A. C ...--- ------........... -------, M
Swartz C. s 11 ... ............................... L keland ..
Swrz .I.-------aead Wilson, R. E.------------DatnB
Wilson, R. W.-------------- atn
T Wilson, &U .............. Vojs
Teets, C. P ..-...............W ashington, D. C. Wit, F. C ---------..-----------D d
Thompson, J. W-----------..........New York Wie, H. P., Jr...................-11
Tibe, R. T-----------------..............Missouri Wise, H. T .................... I
Tilley, M. R----------------..............Illinois Withers, A. M ........ .....Jcs.
Tillmian, c. G ------------------------- Georgia Wundelich, R. C ........ t e s
Tindall, A. W ---------------------- Pensacola
Tindall, C. C --------.........Kissimmee
Tindall, K. B----------------.............Orlando Yeamni~s, W. H .......... t
Doctors of 0steoah
Arcadia: (DeSoto) Bradenton: (Manat~ee) CoralGbe:(ae
Gettinger, Donald Rufus Carlson, Oscar AnrwHzlM
Pierce, Emery Geore Dd iy Pso
Bartow: (Polk) ~ Pierce, Harold Vickr it rdrc rv
Bartw: (olk)Pierce, MW. Margaret
Carlson, Henry S. Daytronar Reach:i~s (Vlsa
Wilson, Paul Emerson Walker, Clarence Nee an onl tpe




DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Frances Walton Lakeland: (Polk) New Smyrna: (Volusia)
tn, Richard B. Comstock, Byron Herbert Farr, Bertrand, H. C.
Robert William Conkling, Mattie T. H.
n, Lloyd A* Keller, Fred B. Ocala: (Marion)
oWE e Lumley, Leila Embry Vandagrift, E. C.
on, Rth WerichUoutzahn, Ben Moody
Volusia) Swartz, Clyde Haven Orlando: (Orange)
Wheeler, Sarah E. Barry, Edward Joseph
on arge Warren Lake Wales: (Polk) Brundage, Clarence Lester
Bullock, Benoni A.
ach: (Palm Beach) Kingsbury, Louis C. Fuller, Caroline Griffin
rlesLake Worth: (Palm Beach) Harper, Josephine
Houpt, Calvin James
ske) Little, Albert James Howell, Joseph Corwin
arence Strouse Hurd, Nettie M.
cher, Erwin Leesburg: (Lake) McMains, Harrison
14ol Hunter, Melville Gunby Miller, Gerard Matthew
Strayer, Vere A.
le: (Broward) Miami: (Dade) Tindall, Kenneth B.
, John Collier Beeman, Martin Scudder Palm Beach: (Palm Beach)
ells. David Riley Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Quick, Roy Terwilliger
Conklin, Marion A.
arles Urban Cox, Martha M. Palm Harbor: (Pinellas)
, Paul Donald Crutchfield, William E. Smyth, Benjamin
Walter F. Dunk, George Hendry
G. Walter Panama City: (Bay)
(St. Lucie) n EThomas Coker, Doris Campbell
ElErwont Edmund Paul Coker, Royal Philip
, Charles Ellsworth Erwin, Minnie B.
(Alachua) Farrar, J. Marii Pensacola: (Escambia)
Gegurch, L.E Hoffman, Arthur Theodore
a Hain, Nancy Meek Saunders, Aubrey Burton
* (Kane, John e Tindall, Amos Willard
Alfred alemen, Frances E. Plant City: (Hillsborough)
Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow Brr, John Morrison
(Broward) McCormick, James J.
O. Alfred McKinley, Carroll Punta Gorda: (Charlotte)
Alexander
(Dade) Powrie, James D. Baugher, Leland Guy
harlesHenry Proctor, Charles Willis Safety Harbor: (Pinellas)
e: (Duval) Rhardson, Horace James Brookman, Edwin Charles
Shupert, Mary Elzabeth
Ia Ellis Tuttle, Frances St. Augustine: (St. Johns)
E Waller, Charles FosterJames Robert
ppl, Arthur George Weber, Winifred G.MoeyJmsRbr eul Edgar St. Petersburg: (Pinellas)
yeCharles Clifton Miami Beach: (Dade) ahwJoehPrc
Id>Le)Bashaw, Joseph Pierce
li armoeux Foley, Walter Kane Beatty, Dale Clinton
Sis Jhn Gibbs, Stephen Bradford Cahill, James Brayton
TaryuaJ MillerLouis Cave, Francis A.
'Johuan e Ranagan, Frances Davies, Owen P.
htn, Kon enet OJosephine Dillabough, Alyn Henry
dbrgKel h W0. Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Ellison, William Henry
Avis Mde Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Eroh, Calvin
era, Ais M.Glascock, Alfred Dean
(Osceola) Mount Dora: (Lake) Jennings, Charles Henry
Charles (C' Richardson, Gerald A. Love, Samuel Robert




10 Florida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
McCaslin, James A. Winter Park: (Orange) Pollard, Charle Emers
Martin, Basil Ferguson Frost, Edgar Major Scaife, Martha Emma
Noeling, George D. Ward, Daniel C. Staff, Leonard Ellis
Osborn, Earl Evers Sullivan, Azina
Rankin, Florence Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Tilley, Moses R.
Smith, Hunter R. Doe, Albin Al Wise, Hugh P., Jr.
Stinson, James Antone D Wise, Hugh Thomas
Town, Florence May California:
Wunderlich, Ray Charles Indiana:
Will 8Blanchard, James Frankhin
Yeamans, Willis H. Borough, Lova D.
Y m sCarter, Walter Caldwell Borough, a
Diebold, Wendell August Borough, Samuel Sarasota: (Sarasota) eod, ede Brink, CharlesAllen
S Herroder, Theodore L. Caine, Allen Bennett
Fraser, James MacDonald Holt, W. Luther Gain, ll e
Kell, Robert John Loveland, Mark M. r n, il o
Montague, Charles C., Jr. Martin, Charles C. Ferguson, Denzl Mor
Sams, Daniel Raymond Seaman, Kent L. Fogarty, Joseph Patrick
Weissberg, Elias B. Shifflett, Ella Edwards Hall, William Campbell
Strobell, Emily Griffith Siegert, Anna Mae Sebring: (Highlands) Wilson Stewart, Jasper J.
Waller, Mary Elizabeth
Carr, Iva Mae
Colorado: Iowa:
Tallahassee: (Leon) Morgan, Cleveland Conn, Milton
Flynn, Egmund Thomas McAhster Day, Milford C.
it" Printy, Sylvia
"Pat" Printy, Sylvia Gulick, Eugene Allen
Flynn, Emmett William Coectt:Miller, Sara A.
Braken e wi tt HMochrie, Elizabeth Tampa: (Hillsborough) Brake, Dewitt Henderson
Bean, E. Harry Spicer, Ernest W. Kansas:
Berry, Albert E Underwood, Ralph Becker, Alan Robert
Berry, Albert E. Emerson Boone, Richard Franklin
Berry, Nelle S. Bo ,CsEm
Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Chas. Elmer
Brown, Norval Edward Delaware: Slater, Arthur Burdette
Clay, George 'Randall Berlin, Franklin Joseph Kentucky
Day, Guilbert E. George, Henry III
Pressly, Mason W., Jr. Barnes, Charles W.
PrssyMaonW. J. Georgia: Day, Edwin Frank
Raffenberg, Mina G. Georgia:
Runyen, Agnes Blauvelt, Rudd Maine
Singleton, Robert 0. Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide
Harris, Edwin Lewis Betts, Addie K.
Vero Beach: (Indian River) Tillman, Carl Gustave Brown, Nora Roberton
Covey, Florence Alice $
Wheeler, George D. Illinois: Metcalf, Charles Austin
Beach (Palm Beckwith, Clifford Pettapiece, Henry Jame
West Palm Beach: (Palm TekihCifr
West Palm Gorham Shalett, Irving Joseph
Beach) Beckwith, Robert Lee
Brinklow, Howard K. Beilke, Martin Carl Massachusetts:
Dove, Chester Earl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Adams, Gertrude H
Dove, Nettie H. Collins, H. L. Atty, Norman Belmont
Orr, J. Starl rob
Rader, J. Starl Crosby, Clifton A. Burns, Thomas
Rader, Nannie Lurah Davis, Charles H. Erbe, Henry Herman
Von Behren, Frederic Fust Downing, Wilbur Joseph Ferris, Elizabeth May
Garfield, Harold Fleming Heberle, Clement King Winter Garden: (Orange) Groenewoud, John C. Kidder, Elizabeth Meri
Harter, Bernard Paul Jones, Effie 0. Martin, Orel F.
Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Nelson, Frank Chester
Winter Haven: (Polk) Kinney, Lecta Fay Sartwell, James Oliver
Becker, C. Markel McCaughan, Russell Craig Sawyer, Joseph Harlan
Lewis, Cora H. McDonough, Weston M. Smith, Arthur W.
Lovejoy, Ashley Campbell Morris, Chester H. Spalding, Manford




Bureau of Vital Statilics 1
DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY
Burnard, Harold William Rossman, Walter Franklin
Nelson H. McLean, Theodore Russell Rothmeyer, George S.
o Bey Muncie, Curtis H. Shellenberger, John Mohler
yce A. Nikola, George Francis Simmons, Harry Frank
l, Mark 'Pettit, Henry Jewett Stahlman, Harry Earl
Anna Bele Smith, Stewart P. Stem, Harold Lewis
hn Clark Thompson, John Wilson Toepfer, Howard Charles
1, Preston Reed Treble, John Mill Wilson, Raymond Herbert
Donald Fox Wilson, H. Clifford
Leroy Cletus NRhode Island:
m l nNorth Carolina: Brown, Niles A.
. Vincent Berry, Albert E., Jr. Gants, Samuel L.
nR Branstetter, Bertha W. Rhodes, Barbara
Iude Boone Dye, Arthur McKee
ger, James Scott Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Tennessee:
s, Dorothy Davis Foster, Julia E. Buffalow, Oscar Thomas
Walter George Foster, S. Dales Harris, Andrew J.
aker, Paul Alonzo Guy, Jean E. Miller, Robert Lee
e, Edward Glenn Spence, Talmadge T. Mitchell, Carey T.
:er, Olanis O. Tucker, Adam Reynold
Texas:
ta: Ohio: Callison, C. P.
Leslie Scranton Baum, John D. Walker, Horace M.
w, Clara Bealafeld Black, Chester Arthur Harry H. Borton, Samuel Virginia:
Cottrell, Mead Kelly Bowen, Margaret E.
Curtis, Warren Wood
, James I. Jeffers, Hubert Sidney Washington:
SAllen Dodge Lame, J. Byron Ogle, John Marion
Latchaw, Taylor, S.geJh Mro
Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth
Monroe, James Ross Washington, D. C.
lomew, Garold C. Mulford, John Warwick Moore, Riley D.
Etna Kelso Mummaw, Glenn Karold Teets, Charles P.
Sherrell Joseph Pheils, Ervin Henry
th, Arthur Grant Pierce, Harvey James West Virginia:
, Harlan Link Quartel, H. Ward Havens, Roland Louis
s, Helen V. Reid, McMillen James Meador, Aubrey Prentice
re, Leland 8 Van der Voort, Paul C. Ramsey, Evelyn Lee
e erbert 0. Ramsey, Frank Earl
Royal Thomas Pennsylvania:
Bashline, Orrin Osborn Wisconsin: Cozart, James Allen Carlisle, Vernon R
,. Frances Crothers Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Damm, Walter B.
Dorrance, Harold James Gray, Earl Kenneth
sey: Drew, Ira Walton von Stirne, Sara G.
Hiram Lewis Drew, Margaret S. Cresswell
e, Loren Hansen Goebring, Harry Morgan Woig
n, Harry Clifton Heldt, Charles Humphrey Wyoming son, Robert Donald Irvine, Samuel Wesley Smith, James Ralph
, William Albert L.ong, Custer BrentonCad:
ever, Frank McConnell, Frank Ira Canada dore MedlarH, S. Agnes Ghostley, Raymond Chas.
o, Robert W. Miller, Patrick Henry Parker, Frederick Arthur
Sand, Theo. White Moore, George Washington Saunders, Edward Arthur Mutschler, Oscar C.
brk: Noeling, George Dietrich, England:
re, Edna Marvin Jr. Barber, Chas. William
orpe, William Northern, Robert Jerome Dunning, John Jacob
mRoy IHerhert Purnell Emma Rowson. Allen F.




12 Florida State Board of Health
Doctors of Chiropractic
Name Address N'ame
A
Acker, G. C. ------------------------------- Kentucky Farr, D. J .----- --------------Albea, H. B --------------------------------------------- Miami Finley, W.A ---------------Allen, J. M. ------------------------ Dade City Fisher, I ------------------- Mcir
Anderson, A. E --------------- St. Petersburg Fisher, J. .....-------------------Anderson, W. V ------------------------- Sarasota Foreman, A. M--------------Sara
Angell, G. G .------------------- St. Petersburg Foster, C. E.----...----------- Jackso
Angell, R. E.--------------------.........St. Petersburg Frank, F. R ---------------------
Arnold, H. C- ----------- Miami Frazier, F. J --------West Palm Be
Arnot, E. D --------------------------- Zephyrhills Frazier, J. R ----------West Palm Be
B French, I. C .-------------------- .. Orla
Bethea, V. C ----------------------------------------Bartow G
Blankenship, I. N -----------Clearwater Gano, A. L----------------- Lees
Blumer, G. E -------------------------Melbourne Gano, C. R ...----------------- Leesb
Boyle, E. D .------------------- Ft. Lauderdale Gatchell, C. H -..-..-O
Boyle, G. M ------------------ Ft. Lauderdale Gerberg, R. i...------------Bradwell, C. 0 ----------------- Tallahassee Goelz, W. C.--------------- e s
Brown, T. U ------------------ Jacksonville Goodman, W. A.------- West Palm B
Brown, W. H. ---------------- Indiana Gordon, C. E...-.-----------------Ta
Brunskill, R. W .--------- Winter Haven Graham, R. T .------------St. AugA
Budreau, W. E ---------------- Miami Gregg, M. D. .-------------Delray
Burch, E. L ---------------------------- Arcadia Gresham, R. R.----------------------- Ft. My
Butler, F .......---------------------M i Grooms, R. C.
C H
Cardwell, W. A .--------------- Lakeland Harwood, S. E ....... DeL
Carlin, W. P -------------- Jacksonville Heal, M. M ......... St. Peters
Chippendale, J -........---------- St. Petersburg Heine, R. E.
Clements, G. R -------------- Sebrig Heitz, J. J Sa
Cliff, C. W ----------.................. ustis Hendry, W T..----------------Coates, G. MC ----------- Lake Wales Henson, S. S -----------Crescent
Collins, E. E ------------- West Virginia Hicks, W. L. --------------plant
Conley, R. C------------ St. Augustine Hook, C. R. ---------------Gaines
Cooper, B. B. ---------------------- Iiois Hop M.- IlDatoas
Cowart, J. N ------------- Jacksonville Hope, DM. N.. -e
Cox, H. G -------------..................... Jacksonville Ho ard, J. F .------------------ G r
Howad. --------- Tampa d G------------. a
C oyne, J. R ............................ .......... T am pay ---- ... r ... .s.
DHunoe, ...................... Ft. Lauder
D Hutto, W. L.------------------- South Caro
Daniel, T. C --------------------------- St. Petersburg j
Danks, J. C .. ............... Pennsylvania Jensn
Davis, L. W -------------------- St. Petersburg Jonses, W. .---------- Wes---.to
Dean, J. R -------------- Winter Haven Jones, L. S .---------------------- T
Delaney, J. M ---------------------------Pensacola
Diesel, J. F .--------------------------- New Jersey K
Doss, L. T ---------------------------------- Sanford Kapp, M..B ------------ _St Pets
Doud, B. R --------------------- Fruitland Park Kaufman, A. E. ---- ----Ft. e
Duffie, C. VJ---------------- Lakeland Kennedy, D. L........ .. .. ...nma
Dunn, S ---------------- New York Kinsinger, E. L ....-....-. ..... La
Dyer, M. M--------- ---------Stuart Kirk, K. .--------------Jacks
.Kitching, R., Jr.------------------------S
.Kirug, S .---------------- Haines
Eldridge, W. P .----------------- Safety Harbor Kubala, S. F------------F L
Fair, F. E --------------------------- Bradenton Lamont, H.----------------------- West Vir
Fambrough, C. W ............. m ---------------- Miami Lanier, C .-----------------Broo
Farabaugh, F. D ----------- Jacksonville Lawson, H ----------Farnsworth, J. H --------St Petersburg Loffler, E. J. .-------------Jack




Address NaeAdrs
ar id G ----------------Quincy Saunders, B. M ---------------------I w
Dou al, ---------------------Sanford Saunders, E. _--------------------I w
S ii -----------------W est Palm Bieach Saunders, L. M. ------------------------------------- Mi m
0 ari, -------------Pennsylvania~ Saunders, R. G --------------LakeWot
Scarborough, J. Q -------------- akln
M Schmitz., E. R ------------------- a p
rr pE --- ----------- f ------ Miami Schoenthaler, W F -------------N wY r
an .R ---- f -------- fiffi---------B ushnell Schubert, F. S ----------------------O i
;o A -----------------------Bushnell Scott, M P-----------------------M i m
ii i. ---------------------------------.Frostproof Shafer, A. H., Jra --------_------Jk so n
S2C ------------------V ero Beach Shelmire, C. T .---------------------- js
C.T------------ -------------- ampa, Shumate, M L ------------------O dm ar
G.W------------------------Orlano Simonson, M. R ----------Ft. Lauderdl
B .ii A -- -- -- -- -- -- ....ffiiii=iiiiiiiiiiiiii -- -iif -------iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii i iii S l, E -- - - - -- - - - -- - -L k l n
Ft om r E---------- fi------M ichiga Sligh, J. E.-fi-------------------- Lakeln
el _----------- fi- ---------Oc l Smith, A. R.----------------------- Jackson il
an,,, ~ ~ A.M--------------- Avon Par Smith, B. E ------------------------- Ft. Pierce
isonayon Bec Smith, M. C. R-------------- Tarpon Springs
2H H------------------Haines City Smith, V. B ------------------------Hollywod
-----------------Jacksonville Speight, W. E.-----fi----------------- Lakland
Stephan, W. F --------------------- Clearwater
Stphenson, R. W.--- -LaeWoth
H.A --------- -------------- Miami Swan, W. H.------------------ Massacetts
J.H.-fi------------------Lake W ales Sykes, E. N ----fi----fi--------------------- Orland
0T
ice, .R -------------------Orlando Takah~ashi, J. M --------------------- Clemn
A .E ------------------------ -~ M iamin cH- -
Sa y n Taylor, J. W ---------------------Iln i
P ~~~Thiess, W. W.----------------------- New York
Thornton, F. R----------------------- Orlando
rJ.G-----------------Panama City Thornton, K. N----------_West Palm Beach
rsn --------- fi-fi--- Tallahassee Tilson, B. D.---- -------fi---------Iln s
W.~~ T ---------------- acksonville Titus, C. B.----------------St. Petersburg
A.C ------------------------ Illinois Tracy, M. E.-------------------- fi....Clearwater>
B.~ ~ ~ A--------------fi-----.-Tampa Trentmn, M ---------------- West Palm Reach
e.E.S ------ fif -------------------M iami Tucker, T. C.------------------------- St. Cloud
.N ----------- f --------- W auchula
neM.E----------------------- Tampa
E .~ H0------------ f-fi-------- hio V
s ~ ~ ~ H.E----------------Tenes~see Vail, K.--------------------------------- Orlando
T J., Jr ----------------------------------------------- Iow
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I rs", R ., ------------------------------- -- - - - - - - --H J------ ---- - - - -to
'h ard E B --------------------------Jac son ville----- --- W ilR Williams,, J.--------- --------------------------Sampa
E. H ----_-----_m-----------------Hollywoo
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Doctors of Chiropractic
Arcadia: (DeSoto) Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Miami: (Dade)
Burch, Eugene L. Smith, Blanche Ethel Albea, Horace B.
Rabb, Earle Alvin Arnold Henry
Frostproof : (Polk) Budreat, William
Avon Park: (Highlands) Manley, Clifford Butler, Frederick
Morgan, Arch Marlin Fambrough, Chas.
Fruitland Park: (Lake) Winthrop
Bartow: (Polk) Doud, Blanche R. Farr Dogla Jokp
Bethea, Virgil Carlysle
Gainesville: (Alachua) Hie oiaE
Bradenton: (Manatee) Hook, Cecil R.
Fair,, Fredra E.llan
Fadad, Herman J. Haines City: (Polk) elson old Al
Krug, Inda Sinclair Piere, A.E St
Brooksville: (Hernando) Murphy, Houston Hilliard Pope, Hiram F.
Lanier, Clyde Hly : (Broward) Powers, Richard,
Saunders, Lewis 3
Bushnell: (Sumter) Richholt, Esther Holmes Scott, Marshall P t
Mahan, Ethel Reed Smith, Virgil B.Wlete
Mahan, Harry Allen Jk ie: (Dul)White, John Merri
Clearwater: (Pinellas) Brown, Thomas Uriah Miami Beach: (Dade
Blankenship, Iva Neil eatsrlin, William PhillipR earl
Stephan, William Fred Cowart, John N.
Tracy, M. Everett Cox, Henry Grady New Smyrna: (Vol a
Farabaugh, Francis Donald Wiggins, William Clermont: (Lake) Foster, Cecil Eugene
Takahashi, Jessie May Kirk, Daniel Kane Ocala: (Marion)
Loffler, Erich J. Moore, Marion M.
Crescent City: (Putnam) Myers, George Jefferson
Henson, Samuel Shirly Perry, Walter Theodore Ojus: (Dade)
Pritchard, Emmett B. Shelmire, Celia T
Dade City: (Pasco) Rosseland, Rolf
Allen, John Morrison Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Oldsmar: (Pinellas)
Sr Smith, Allen Rex Shumate, Mary L
Daytona Beach: (Volusia) HLakeland: (Polk) Orlando: (Orange)
Hopper, Maude E.
Jensen, William Cardwell, William Arthur French, Ida Caes
Morrison, Theodore Henry Duffie, Cecil Vincent Gatchell, Carl H.
D: (uKinsinger, Elvin Lee Mentz, Gustav W.
DeLand: (Volusia) Scarborough, Jason Q. Oestricher, Albet
Finley, Walter Arthur Sligh, Emma A. Sykes, Ernest Nor
Harwood, S. Elizabeth Sligh, Joseph Edgar Thornton, Frank
Speight, Walter Edward Vail, Kenneth Fra
Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Gregg, Maurice David Lake Wales: (Polk) Palatka: (Putnam)
Coates, George McCrery Lawson, Howard L
Eustis: (Lake) Nevills, Judson Harry
Cliff, Chester William aPanama City: (Bay)
Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Kennedy, Duncan
Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Saunders, Richard Guthrie Parker, John Gord Boyle, Eva Dell Stephenson, Ray W.
Boyle, George Martz Pensacola: (Escamb
Hundley, Ginette Leesb urg: (Lake) Delaney, John Masi
Kaufman, Albert Edward Gano, Alice L. Goelz, William Ch
Simonson, Marie R. Gano, Cecil R. Tallman, Ora Hub
Ft. Myers: (Lee) Melbourne: (Brevard) Perry: (Taylor)
Gresham, Robert R. Blumner, G. E. Henry Wilson T




City (Hllsorogh)Tarpan Springa:roh Indieana:
WilbuSLeeCoyn, behn R. RBbern, W. ading
Goren Charles Rlmer) waWteHrbr
(Gadden)Grmahs, R.Ce oa
earmid eorge Alen pMay, Chs rar Naa tehnF Harbor: PineWlas Plme Bero aro (Palrak.,Jr Pater, Maxi Roebuck Sandrs Berhakar
WarrenPerry Prosre nc Laue Saunde, Ewll Serl
Me ib, Raie aymodwelGr0g ebn ey, Rasom Cly Willam, JoenJamAkr Gog o Cloud:(sceola)Trton, Sping (Pnela)Mayad e, Mdeln Atoiett Smth, Marel C.RoetsOerbc, WAdian~W
s g (Pnelas WVerooac: (IndmteRivr Maah usets
WSlae, Wialtam Herer
Adah~b4 E.re~~ MahsCaeneE
11 GlenGam Waucrhuav: (ade) MichigaW: 11,Roer EDeakn, Lamethert Fsermyhren ippendalZehjrilk JonMotomr, enadE
Charles~uto WBlyan Leoan ilimA
LutherT. Trntin, arcelThis, Wilam .




16 Florida tt or fHat
Doctors of N~atuoah
Name Address Name dr
A G
A bel, J. F --------------------------------------------- Tam pa G avilla, 3 .- ---Abernethy, G. H .--------_----------------- Pensacola Gesser, C. H..-..-- i
Alden, J. R. ..................-------- St. Petersburg Gilbert, N. A.--- 'Tam
B Glorig, A. H ----------------F.Lued
Gold, L.------------------ IwY
B aisden, M J ---------------------------------.L ake City Gold te. B L. .- N
B aker, F G ...........................---............ M iam i G reen, B B ------
Ballon, T. P -------------------- Palm Beach Gresham, T. A
B a rth C F ----------------------- S a fe ty H a rb or G resk o, S J .------.... .
Baumgart, C. S............----------------------.Miami Gr l, E. F ---------Beckman, S-------------------Miami Grossman, H ..............-------Bercutt, S. L. ----------------- Miami Guest, L. 0
Bernau, L. F .--------------------------------------- Miami
Blankenship, I. N .---------------------- Clearwater H
Blumer, L ----------------------------- Miam
B rig g s, J M ,. ..........--------------------- S t. C lou d Haa, HB W --"-"----------Brinkler, G. H. ------------- Miami Beach Hall, ...
Bry nt R.A ----------------------------- am a anoka, N S ------------------N w Y
Bryant, R. A -- ------------------------- H y
C Hauser, B. G ---------.-- .
Casey, P. M ------------------ Miami Heaps, L. F
Cockerham, C. D ---------------------- Bradenton Heintze, A. C.------Cold, K. M .------------------------------------- Miami Heitz, A. W .-------- S
Cold, P. E ---------------------------------------- Tampa Heitz, J. ------.....-.....-Collins, F. X .-------------------- St. Petersburg Henderson, K. I.Conley, R. C.-L ------------------_ St. Augustine Hendry, W. T.
Cox, H. G .----------------------------- Jacksonville Hicks, C. E .----------------Cox V. ............................................... --------------------Coyne, J. R ........................................... Tampa Hinterpohl, A. R -- .... M
Crandall, B. E .----------------------------- Indiana Holland, J. J .... ...... .Crandell, C. R -------------------- West Palm Beach Holm, A. H .......-. --...... .-..a
D Hoover, C. E. ...... ---------H urst, M .. ----------------- St......e s u
Dahl, 0 .....------------------ Clearwater Hurst, M.-----Damsel, C. H .------------------------------- Apopka
Davis, A -------------------- Ohio
Dean, J. R.----------------------- Winter Haven Jansik, A. D.---------_---- aeyHro
Dearborn, R. B .------------------------------ Naranja Jensen, W ""..----------Detwiler, H. G N............................. Mia i Johston M. K.--------- T
Dews, W S ---------------------------------------------Largo Jones, ---------------di Ghilini, A. E. ---------------Miami
Doolittle, W. S -------------------- St. Petersburg K
Dux, H -.-- .........-------------------- Jacksonville Kennedy, S. I- -
Dykeman, L. E ._------------------------ Lake Wales Krebs, A. E- Ne
E
Ehrline, G. F ......................................... Miami L
Eldridge, W. P ---------------------- Safety Harbor Lauber, J. H -----------,.. St. Pet,
Evans, M. D .--------------------------------------- Miami Lauber, ----------...-.- S. .
Evans, T. W -------------------------------------------- Miami Lee, G. L.-- D
F Lentjes, F---------------------------Ta
Fankhauser, -. L. --------Safety Harbor Lindhe, R. E ---------Farnsworth, J. H .........-- .. Lindlahr, V. H.---Feldman, W. J ---------------------- Ft. Lauderdale Lomn --------Finley, W. A .-------------------------------- DeLand Lunn, Y --Foshee, E -.-----...........------------------ Lakeland
French, 1. C.------------------------------Orlando Mc
Friedman, S .....................-............ New York McFerrin, C. B
Frischkorn, C. S --------------------------------- Virginia McKenney, L. D -




Bueato Vital Statisic 1
DOCTORS OF' NATUROPATHY
e ~Address NameAdrs
asaaJ P------------------- ,Lakeland Slater, 0. 1................Ft. ILauderdl
atr .M ------------------------M iam i Smith, A. R ------------------- J so nvill
eleJ.P--- ------------- Winter Garden Smith, T. K ----------------------Mim
nz l,0.L--------------------------- Orlando Smith, W J3 ----------------------.a p
rly J -------------------Lake Worth Snyder, C. C ---------------- St. Petersburg
iler ------------------- North Dakota Soda, L. E ---------------------- Miami Beach
we, .F. -----------------North Dakota Steele, M ------------------Palm Beaceh
raL.M--------------------------- Miami Stenwall, C. M ------------------------- Miami
Sust~ y de Lianos, A. A.--------------- Tampa
'lmi1.S ----------------Daytona Beach T
0 Thomas, C. G ----------------------Pensacola
IdyL.W ------------------- Coral Gables Thompson, E. D -------- West Palm Beach
riV- ----------------------- NwYok Tipton, M. G----------------- St. Petersburg
----Nw r Trentin, M --------------- West Palm Beach
P Trussler, C------------------------------ Missouri
Imr P -------------------- Palm Beach Turner, C. F ---------------------- Jacksonville
ra iE ------------------------- Miami
tteso, --------Jacksonville Beach rmnR W---------------------- Tampa Urbuteit, F ----------------------------- ~Tampa
p .T---------------------Jacksonville Utrecht, W ------------------------------ Tampa
ne P -------------------------C itra V
ner -- ----- ------------- M iamior V ail, K F ------------------------------- O rlan do
M.H ----------------------------- ia i Viti-Mariani, H-------------------------- Tampa
R Vogel, M. A.-----------------------------Texas
11al. M -------------------- Jacksonville
smssnE. L -------------- Coral Gables W
smssn. F C-------------------- Ft. Myers Walden, W. A ---------------------- Ft. Myers
hards, .J------------------------- Estero Walsdorf, C. W ------------------------- Miami
1 M ---------------------- St Cloud Wambaugh, 3. L ------------------------- Ojus
InP ------------------------Miami Watson, C. B.---------------------- ...Indiana
''P W --------------------------- Tampa Weinger, I ------------------------------- Miami
se ----------------------- Jacksonville Weissberg, S---------------------- Connecticut
Wenger, R. W -------------------------- Ohio
SWhidden, L. A ----------------- Boca Grande
ra R. B -------------- Miami Beach Whitesides, G. H. E.---------------- DeLand
pso E.B.------------------------- Illinois Whiting, E. E ---------------------- Gainesville
aefeM.B-----------------------Miami Woodhull, M------------------------- Sarasota
ippll T.M ---------Washington, D. C; Woollard, G. E----------------- Miami Beach
rebr A---------------------------- Utah
ot,'D ------------------------ Orlando
igA ----------------------------- Miami Young, C. McK ------------------------ Miami
feA.H, r---------------- Jack~sonville Young, H. E.-------~------------- ------- Miami
m i n, K C --------------------------- M ia mn i
leV L-----------------Miami Beachi
so, .R ------------------Jacksonville Zarch, H. L ------------------------- New York
Doctors of Naturopathy
pk:(rng)Bradeniton: (Manatee) Dahl, Oliver
sel,~ ~ ~ ~ Chre Her ocehmCret .Haps, Lewis F.
Coral Gables: (Dade)
~ ~ A ~Oakley Lzeonard Wicks
Grnd:Le) laae:(iels otnl: (Jackson)~
id d eni L io n e A lto B l n e si piiiiii~iii Iv N eiiiii i iiiG@ir iiiiiiiieiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiii en Ji.iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii i




18 Plorida State Board of Health
DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY
Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Live Oak: (Suwannee) Orlando: (Orange
Jensen, William Hall, Bartow French, Ida Carson
Lee, Guyrst Miami: (Dade) Heitz, John J.
Niemi, Ivar S. Mia)McFerrin, Charles B.
Baker, F. Gorton Menzel, Ora Lorien
DeLand: (Volusia) Baumgart, Catherine Scott, David Walter
Finley, W. Arthur May (Shively) Vail, Kenneth Francis
Whitesides, Gertrude Beckman, Samuel
Harriet Elizabeth Bercutt, Sonya L. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach)
lizabethBernau, Ludwig F. Ballot, Thurston P.
Eagle Lake: (Polk) Blumer, Louis Palmer, Pa R.
Lindlahr, Victor H. Casey, Phyllis M. Steele, Milton
Cold, Katherine M.
Estero: (Lee) Cox, Vernon Pennock Panama City: (Bay)
Richards, David John Detwiler, Harold Haag, Harry W.
Govan
Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) di Ghilini, Alexander Pensacola: (Escambia)
Feldmann, William John Elston
Glorig, Aram Hovanness Ehrline, George Francis Abernethy, George
Slater, Olive Isadora Evans, Margaret Dorothy Halsey
Evans, Thomas Watson Heintze, Arthur Carl
Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gesser, Charles Henry Thomas, C. G..
Gresham, T. A. Hinterpohl, Arthur
Rasmussen, Franklin C. Robert Perry: (Taylor)
Walden, Watson A. Holland, John Joseph Hendry, Wilson Towles
anvl (Holm, A. HarryP e y iloog
Gainesville: (Alachua) Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Plant City: (Hillsorough) Whiting, Ernest Edwin Lombard, Louis E. Hicks, Wilbur Lee
Matera, Joseph Mario
Jacksonville: (Duval) Murray, Lorna M. Safety Harbor: (Pinellas)
Cox, Henry Grady Paradis, Earl C. Barth, Con F.
Dux, Henry Post, Myron Hazelton Eldridge, Warren P.
Perry, Walter T. Ronning, Paul C. Fankhauser, Glen Leroy
Randall, Muriel Isobel Schaeffer, Michael B. Jansik, Albin D.
Rose, David Selige, Adolph
Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Shannon, Kenneth Coleman St Augustine: (St. Johns)
Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Tilman K. Conley, Ransom Clay
Smith, Allen Rex Stenwall, Carl M.
Turner, Charles Franklin Walsdorf, Chester William St. Cloud: (Osceola) Weinger, Isidor Briggs, Jessie M.
Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Young, Carolyn McKenneY Rode, Madelyn Antoinette Patterson, John A. Young, Hanford Earlt
St. Petersburg: (Pinellas)
Lake City: (Columbia) Miami Beach: (Dade) Alden, John R.
Baisden, Ma Jar Brinkler, George Henry Collins, Francis X.
Goldstein, Benjamin Lewis Doolittle, William S. Lakeland: (Polk) Grossman, Harry Farnsworth, James How
Foshee, Earline Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Henderson, Karl I.
Jones, Rollin Singley, V. Leeds Hurst, Milton
Massaia, Joseph P. Soda, Lawrence Edward Lauber, John Hayes
Lake Wales: (Polk) Woollard, George Edward Lauber, Sentha
Lake Wales: (Polk) WLunin, Yale
Dykeman, Lillian Edwards Naranja: (Dade) Snyder, Clifford Charles
Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Dearborn, Reuben B. Tipton, Merrill G.
Lake Worth (Palm Beah
Hicks, Claude E. New Port Richey: (Pasco) Sanford: (Seminole)
Merley, John M. Krebs, A. E. Heitz, A. W.
Largo: (Pinellas) Ojus: (Dade) Sarasota: (Sarasota)
Dews, William S. Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Woodhull, Mabel




DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY
Hillsborough) Winter Garden: (Orange) Hauser, Bengamin
esse Frederick Melser, James P. Gayelord
Robert Abner Oliveri, Vincent
Winter Haven: (Polk) Posner, Emil Roy
oh Dean, James Robert Zarch, Herman Louis
, Julio Alabama: North Dakota:
, Naulbert A. Hardy, Willie Clayton Miller, Jacob H.
,Bertha B. Miller, Theresa Fetzer
,Lyle Orville Connecticut:
n, Mabyl K. Weissberg, Simon Ohio:
nll, r e l Iinois: Wenger, Ralph Webster
William Henry Sampson, Ewell B. Pennsylvania:
de la o Indiana: Lindhe, Rolf E.
lio A. Crandall, Burton Edwin Texas:
it, Fred Watson, Carl B. Vogel, Max A.
U tre iania nnib l M issouri:
Vit -M ri niHa ni alTrussler, Clarence Ut h
n Beach:s(Palm Schreiber, August
B ) New York: Virginia:
11, Charles R. Friedman, Samuel Frischkorn, Carl Salem
ney, Louis Duve Gold, Louis
son, Edward Daniel Grillo, Edward Francis Washington, D. C.
i Marcel Hanoka, N. S. Schippell, Theresa Marie




20 Florida State BoardofHat
Chiropodists
Nam~e Address NameAdrs
A
Ao ... i .. .. .. .
Adams, J. E ------------------- St. Petersburg Koehl,~ J. F.---------------etPl ec
Adams, J. M------------St. Petersburg
Adams, L. B .-----------..........St. Petersburg L
Anderson, M ----------------------------- Tampa LuetaF.N--Applegate, J. M -------------- St. Petersburg Laenmpal, F. N----i
Arany, E. E.---------------------------- Orlando Lerer,.J.........
BL evey, d ur F S ----------------.
L e v e y W .... .. . .. . ... . . . . n
Eihne, M. L---------St.. Petersbug Lev J-------
Brionse, W..EG-....................ampa..Lewis,..WTa T.
Bun .M ..... ............ Ne.Jesey..... .............. a
Lewey, L. ---------------------------Daytona-BachaLewyna-----C a p W . . . .. .... .r e gn. .n. .y.... - - ,t B e a
Crshle, E. L.............----------- St. Petersburg Lidy, J H
Caose, G--------------------------ramabe Livers,------ New L.
, ~~~Lws W. T .........................n
Corns, H. -Ne------------------M Lodo,
D H. H--------Datn B------------- --c----- Fw .
Dais W- A-----------allha-ee-c--mot,.-----------------Tml
Devo k, M C.---------------t. Da
Dapher, IL------------- --- ----------i
l, A ------------- t. P sbJacksonvill
Dunnl, C. GS.----------------------Ne JoaGes Lianshi, RDy oit h, J------------------------ Pal m i each Mars ML E.------------------Datn e '
S -................ ....... a---Egvey, F. A -----------------------Coalnecticut Mc~orle .-Ne
I M t Dor .................. Ni ii
onees, A -------------- Oa
Dert, W. LE-----------------------------TMamai
Goin, M ----------------------Msniami M
Gisne, C. ------------------------O Jrand Pefletie, G. A --------------------- e a
Glasenfr, .------------st. Paleterbur Petrs, M. E3--------------------Mont.o
Gleason, B----------------------------- M iam iil
Gddar, GA.................. onciu oly R --------------------Knuk PieEM---------- Ne o
Goldberg, E. ------------------------Ne Orkortr.L----GoldeagonH.GL-------------New-York--owers,--- Lt..........
Girffi, Ji. M------------------------------ Miami
GislerH QuC.y C~ L.................. ra d
Glasker, C ------------------------JackPtesnvillellteG ------------ im e
Hlaton, B. E.------------------------------Saot PeesR.i--------------I...Lk~
Hodar, ------------------------- MiamucyipRaeig, K.. --------------- t y
Hadrt M. A -------------------------- Miami oreF ----------------------- a
Hodauc, R. D ------------------ Ilni Roer, M. --------------.'.Ptrb
HGriffin, 5.------------------------ Palm ah isS.W-----Heslop, J. W------------Pennsylvania-Rosen,-L-.............
Holmes, A. ----------------------korlno RsleB-----Hltrd, E. B.---------------------------iamiRoesoWta--Hart,~owe J. T--...-------------------Rowe,-- M--- A. -----1 Raneg, A. K ------------Jones, S. B.----------------------- Miami Rowe, B. J. -----------------------M




CHIROPODISTS
Address Name Address
8
aNwky, B. H....-..-...-.......-.......New York Tonissen, 0. J. L........-.........Jacksonville
r, P. J......-....--..................St. Petersburg Torpey, R. N.....- ...----------...... Massachusetts
alla, C. N.........--...------ Miami Beach
pper, J. F...- ..--- ..........--------------. Miami V
edel, E. A. K --...------ Daytona Beach Vidler, J. W M....-.- ......-----.--------.....Orlando
e rt z, J. H......-.....-..-..-..-.....-.-....--...-Miami von M. Gerard, W .......-- ...- ........------------- Minmi
a on, M. A..-.--- ...--- .....-----------..-...... Miami
in eL ---------------------------- Miami W
y, J. H......-..-..---....-....-..........Plant City W ard, G. M.-............- ...-- ..--------- ----New York
ner, L. R.-.--.----..--.....West Palm Beach Webb, E. L.-....-....-...-...------------------.......Miami
ling, H. ...-..- ...-------------.-......New York Wellesley, A. ........-------------.......Miami Beach
Wikler, S. J..........------------........Pennsylvania
T W iley, L. J..............--.--....--..........Fort W alton
-r, J. B.----.----...--..iley....-.............. Tampa
--as, W J...-..-.----..-.-----... Jacksonville Y
-son, R. C...-----...---.------ Jacksonville Young, H. H...- ..............---------------.-.Miami
Chiropodists
Gables: (Dade) Hart, John James Palm Beach: (Palm Beach)
ell, Sidney G. Hart, Mary Ann Reis, Solly Williams
Hurd, Edward B.
na Beach: (Volusia) Jones, Sidney R. Pensacola: (Escambia)
apagna, Matthew Laubenthal, Frederick Lerner, Sidney J.
ser, Harriet Hincheliffe Nicholas ey, Irving Lewis, William T. Plant City: (Hillsborough)
William Rowe, Fannie Weeks Plant Cty H
n, Larry Rowe, James Tonking Skaley, John H.
oedel, Esther A. K. Rowe, Maude Anna St. Petersburg: (Pinellas)
Shannon
ad: (Volusia) Ryan, Avis Emily Adams, Joy E.
nship, George Russell Schipper, J. F. Adams, James Milton
Schwartz, I. H. Adams, Loney B.
years: (Lee) Shannon, Marilla A. Applegate, Jack Moore
er, E11a Mertie Singer, Louis Beishline, Mearl Lee
von M. Gerard, William Carsley, Elsie May
alton: (Okaloosa) Webb, Eugene LeHardy Glaser, Sylvia
ey, Lydia Jayne Young, Harry Himan LePompadour, Francis S.
Nelson, Georgiana
onville: (Duval) Miami Beach: (Dade) Powers, Clement L.
Dling, Heywood Pelletier, George Arthur Saner, Peter J.
Agustus Scardulla, Chris N. Sarasota: (Sarasota)
Hekel, Carl -Wellesley, Arthur. ndsay, John Hubert Halton, Richard Everson
Mister, John Louis M.Dr:(ae
Tomson, Raymond Carl 11t.Dora: (Lajke) Tallahassee: (Leon)
uessen, Otto J. L. vorsak, Emie Carl Davis, William A.
Marsh, Mildred E.
and: (Polk) Quixley, Charles Lyle Tampa: (Hillsborough)
ers, Mathilde J. Anderson, Mary
Orlando: (Orange) Brownsey, Edgar George
(Dade) Arany, Egmont Edward Ellison, William Edwin
litz, Herman Earl Ehrenberg, Arno M. Lewy, Herbert
herty, James Lawrence Gis1er. Charles Christian Lewy, Morris ard, Joseph Murph Holmes, Addie M. Lewy, Scofield
lason, Bertha Raleigh. Anna Kaiser Rosen, Louis
friffn, Undine M. Vidler. J. W. M. Taylor, John B.




22 Florida State Board of ealth
CHIROPODISTS
West Palm Beach: (Palm Kentucky: McCormack, Ferde
Beach) Goddard, Glen R. Jerome
Dyrenforth, Lewis J. McDermott, Mary
Henchey, Thomas Joseph Maine: Morley, Arthur .
Koehl, Joseph F. Porter, Fred Linwood Redell, Monroe
Meyer, Ulrick E. Ross, Sidney B.
Skinner, Lena R. Massachusetts: Sadowsky, Bernar
Torpey, Richard N. Sonderling, Herma
Winter Haven: (Polk) New Jersey: Ward, George M.
Lindley, Russell E. Burns, Margaret J. Ohio:
Dunn, Charles Seymour Livers, Lorene L.
Connecticut: Rymer, Bernard Joseph
Egley, Fred August New York: Oregon:
Capper Geor eI
.....s Goldberg, Edward Capper, Geo
Illinois: Goldwag, Harry L. Pennsylvania:
Hauch, Robert Dixon Levy, Ben Heslop, James We
Thomas, William Jay Lewy, Louis Wikler, Simon Jos




Comild Gneral Laws- of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XVI
ANAT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Ostopths Ciropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practicing th Medi a n/or Material Healing Art in the State of Florida; to proideFees for the same and Penalties for Violation.
BIT> ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIA:
39.That from and after the passage of this Act every license to pracicemedicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and evey oher medical and/or material method of the practice of the healing artshllbefore th licensee begins practice thereunder be recorded in a bookforthat purpose in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Coutyin which he resides, or in which such practice is intended to be cariedon with the name, residence, place and date of birth of the licensee andthesource, number and date of his license to practice. Before registerineach licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of theClek of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he ishe< person named in such license and had before receiving the same compiedwith all the requirements as to examination required by law; that no mneywas paid for such license except the regular fee paid by all appicats therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in any mateialregard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such slices hould be grnted. The Clerk's fee for recording such license and afdvit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of eah ounty shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Heathon the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered
339 That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medcietosteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical nd/r mteral systems of healing and every other person hereafter dulylimsedto practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of ac yerapply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Cerifiateof Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretaan shall pay at such time a fee of one dollar.
340. Tatevery person in maighis first registration hereunder, shllwrteorcause t b w-rltten upnthe applictio blank so furnished by theSecetay o th StteBoard of Health, his full name, postoff ice and
resdece ddess te ate an ubrof his license and4 suchi ether facts fortheidntiictio o the applicant as a licensed practitioner as may be
deeedneesar an saldleeute andverify the same before an
offce athried o ak aknwldgeens f eesand shl iethe same wit th Screar ofth Stte oad o Halt. egsrto sbsequ~ent
to he irs reistaton eednotbe ponth swrn pplcatonunless the




24f- Florida State Board of Health
COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927
Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, May
require that the application be under oath.
3401. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before
October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant, The form of such application shall be such as to contain space for the insertion by the applicant of the information required by the provisions of
this Act.
3402. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any
duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board
for the year ensuing and ending December 31st.
3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder,
shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times.
7703. Any person who fails or ne:c:.4s to register as required by the
provisions of this Act, or who shall violate the provisions of this Act, shll upon conviction thereof, be punished by fine of not more than fifty dollars.
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, 1937.




Compied Geeral Laws of Florida, 1927
CHAPTER XVIII
O)steopath~s
341. efiiton-The words "osteopathic medicine" as used in this
Chaper s th nae of that system or school of medicine which is taught and racice in the standard colleges of -osteopathy and surgery as hereinatersetforh.(Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, 1).
3418.Licese required.-It shall be unlawful for any person to practice osteoathi medicine and surgery without a license. (Id. 2.)
31.Other schools of medicine, surgery and chiropractic not affected.
-The ractie of mdicine, surgery and chiropractic by duly licensed practitonrs ndr the lws of this -State, shall in no way be affected by the proisinsof this Chpter. (Id. 3)
340Yormer .iene-The holer of a license or certificate heretofore issud uderthe laws of this State athorizing the practice of osteopathy shal peset to the said board [State board of osteopathic. medical examinrs] aid license or certificate and a new license or certificate under thisChatershall be issued to the holder thereof. (IdL 4.)
3421.State board.-Within thirty days after May 26, 1927, the Governor of heState shall appoint six examiners who shall be regularly licensed ostopthic physicians in good standing in this State, and who have been so ngaed for a period of at least two years immediately prior to their appintent, two of who shall be appointed for the term of one year, twofortheterm of two years, and two for the term of three years, and theeafer it shall be the duty of the Governor to appoint or Ire-appoint two exainrs each year for a term of three years after the term theretofore appinedshall exie, but each examiner shall continue in office until his uccssor is appinted. The Governor shall call the first meeting of the oar, and at such meeting the board shall organize, electing from the memersa chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and treasurer;. and annually theeaferon the first Tuesday in October the board shall meet in annual meig and elect ofcrs for the ensuing year. A majority of said board salconistitute a quorum. The said examiners shall be known and consttt the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter referdto as the board. Said board shall have and use a common seal and haveallthe rights and powers to make and adopt pall necessary rules and reglaion ad by-laws relating to the enforcement of the provisions of this Chapter and ot inconsistent herewith. Examination shall be made at least tiea. yer t the time and place fixed by said board, of which examinatio al apliants shall be notified in writing. The comnpenisation of ex?amier shllbe fixed by the by-laws~ of said board, but in no case shall 'i eced hefees collected from 3422~~~ ~ Aplcto o xmntion.-Eah applcat for the examination
proidd i tis hatershll omlywith the flowing requirements:
1. Mke pplcaton or xamnaton n bankforms prepared and furnisedbyth Sttebordof osteopathic mdclexamners.
2.Sbi eiec*vrfe on oath and saifcoyt tesi or
thatapplcan is weny-on yers o ag or ver
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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 $25,0 (b) For issuance of license ----------------------------------------------- 5.00
(c) For the license of one applying therefor under the provisions of section 3427------------------------------------------------ 250
(Id. 6.)
3423. -Pro fessional 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 osteopathicphysician 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).
EmbryologyChemistry (advanced to include organic and physiological chemistry and
toxicology).Histology
Physiology.
Bacteriology.
HygieneHydrotherapy.
X-radiance and electrical diagnosis.
Dietetics.
Practice of osteopathic medicine:
(a) Principles of osteopathy.
(b) Pra~tce of osteopathic medicine. Therapeutics, to include disease's
of nervous system, alimentary tract, heart and vascular system, genitourinary diseases, ductless glands and metabolism, respiratory tract, bone
and joint diseases.
(d) Corrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.




COMPLEDGENERAL LAWS O1F FLORIDA, 1927
()Acute and infetious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis,
psyhiarydianosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery.
Eyer nose and throat.
Professia ethics and efficiency.
Med~icjrisprudence.
Adall such other subjects as may be required and taught by standard collgesof osteopathy and surgery. (Id. 8.)
345,Eamiflation of o)steopathic physicians and surgeons-The examinaio o those who desire to practice as osteopathic physicians and sureon sall embrace those general subjects and topics including:
1. Antomy.8. Therapeutics.
2. Cheistry9. Surgery
3. Pysioogy.10. Gynecology.
4. Ptholgy.11. Obstetrics.
5. Hyiene.12. Medical jurisprudence.
6. Toxicology. 13. Practice of osteopathic medicine.
7. Diagnosis.
A knwege of which is commonly and generally required of candidates fo a4egree of doctor of osteopathy by a standard osteopathic college in teUnited States. (11d. 9.)
34268. License issued.-Each applicant who successfully passed the examiatin shall be entitled to a license, whih carries with it the title doctor adpysician wit rights as defined in section 3423. (Id., 10.) 3427. Foreign license.-The State board of osteopathic medical exaies may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to anosteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteoathan who has passed an examination for admission into the medical crsof the United States Army, United States Navy, or the United States pbihealth service.
The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall have no authority to isuea license without eximination except as hereinbefore in this
1. hatthe applicant is of good moral character.
2.Ta the requirements to practice in the State, Territory, Country or rovncein which the applicant~ is already liensed be equal to those of
3. Tat he ppliantshal b required, toQa the same fees as licei,conspicuous plac inhspicipal office, place of business or employment.
3429 Prvilgesandoblgatons.-Osteopathic physicians and surgeons
shal osere ad b sujec toallStae ad mnicpal regulations relative
toreporting b iiiiiiiiiiirt deathanda11,mattrsprtningtothepblic
h e a lth w ith e q u a l r ig h ts a n d o b lig a tio n s a s p h y sic ia n s o f o th e r sch o o ls o f
mediine an uc eprs hl b ccpedb teofies fth e
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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 vn~th 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 ini
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 fradulent 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'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 accusedL 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.))
3431. Recrds.-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 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 cricuit 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.)




COMPLEDGENERAL LAWS OF FLORIJ}A, 1927
3433.Regitration of osteopathic physicians-This section provides for
rure as in Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.
344 ff~ect of partial invalidity of Chapter.-If any section br matter in hisChatershall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid,-it shall not affet th vaidity of the remaining parts of this Chapter, and said unconstiutinalor ivalid part may be eliminated from this Chapter and the remainin portinor portions thereof shall be and remain in full force and effctandbeas valid as is such invalid clause or section or matter had not beenincoporated therein. (Id. 19.)
70.Violation of law relating to practice of osteopathy,--Each of the folowngacts constitutes a misdemeanor, punishable upon conviction by a fin- f otless tha~n twenty-five dollars nor more than two hundr,6d dollars.
1.Tepractice of osteopathic medicine or an attempt to practice osteopahcmedicine without license.
2. Thobtainin o, or an attempt to obtain a license, or practice in the proesson ormone or any other ting of value by fraudulent misrepre3The making of any wilfully false oath, or affirmation whenever an oahor affirmation is required by section 3417 et seq.
4.Advertising, practicing or attempting to practice under a name other thnone's own. (Ch. 12287, Acts 1927, 15.)
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30 Florida State Board of Health
Florida Chiropractic Law
CHAPTER 9330, No. 212
AS AMENDED 1937
AN ACT to Regulate the Practice of Chiropractic; to Create and Provide
for the Appointment of a Board of Chiropractic Examiners; to Define the Powers and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty for Violation of
the Provisions of This Act.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. 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, conti-nuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are graduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology.
SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.-The Governor shall within
thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appoint three (3) Doctors of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in -Section
One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Board.
SECTION 3. 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 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 Act.
SECTION 4. Board: Organization.-Said Board of Chiropractic Ex-.
aminers shall convene within thirty (30) 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 meetings of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said
Board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified.
SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.-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 finished. Special Meetings may be called and held at such time and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer may determine. At least thirty (30) days' notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecu-.
tive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State.
SECTION 6. 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.




SECTON TBoard: Licensing.-All Doctors of Chiropractic, practice.
ing n te Stte f Florida, when this Act becomes a law, and holding certfic tt practice chiropractic, in the State under the provisions of Chaper 821 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1919), shall be entitled to receive cerifiats t pactcefrom the said Board, without paying any fee therefor prvidng plction shall be made to said Board prior to January
SECTIN 8. (As Amended 1937): Applicants: Qualiications.-Any persn dsirng to practice Chiropract~ic in this State, before it shall be lawul orbim or her to do so, shall make application to said Board of
-Chropactc Eaminers, through its Secretary-Treasurer, in such form and in sch annr as, may be required by said Board at least twenty (20) days prir t an meeting held for examinations by said Board and receive a cetiicteto praetim from said Board. Each applicant shall be a graduate from aacredited high school -and shall be a full-time graduate of a reconizd chred Chiropractic S~chool or College which requires for grauatonthe compltion of a four years' course of not less than six monhs achand -no lss than fou thousand (4000) hours' active attendane n hesame. Tetime spent innight or correspondence courses shall notbe outed as part of said four thousand (4,000) hours. Applications, shal be adeand signed in applicant's own handwriting, and shall be swor tobefore some officer authorized to administer oaths, and shall recte he istor~y of applicant as to his educational advantages, his experinein matters pertaining to a knowledge of the care of the sick, how longhe as studied Chiropractic, what collateral branches he has studied, the legt f time he has been engaged in clinical practice; accompanying the sam wih diploma awarded to applicant by school and college in which suc stdis were pursued Certificates of attendance from the School or ollgefrom wicih he is graduate, stating date of matriculation, graduatio, ndnumbers of~ months and hours in attendance shall also accompany sai publication, wihsatisfactory evidence of good character and reputaSECION' 9. Fees,-There shall be paid to the Secretary-Treasurer of theFloidaState Board of Chiropractic Examiners by each applicant forcerifiate, a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the appliatin A fee of ten dollars shall be charged for a second examinaton. The Board of Examiners may grant a license without examintionto licentiates of Boards from other States who meet the requiemetsof this Act, and shall satisfy the Board that it is his intention to become bona fide resident and practitioner in this State, and shall have
passd te exmintion under Board where he Was licensed, and a certificate fro tht Bardshowing that he is of good reputation~ and has practiced atleston () year in the State in which hewas licensed. A fee of
fify dllas sallbe charged for issuing a license by reciprocity.
SECTON 0. Mthos.7Examination for License to practice Chiropracic hal be adeby aid oar according to the method deemed by it
the ostpraticbleand epeitiu to test the applicant's qualifications.
Exainaio paersshll e dsinatd b -umbrand not by name of
appicntsotht te detit o teaplcat will not bedisclosed to
memersof he ai Bord nti aferthe exmnation papers are graded.
SECTION~~~~~~~ 11 A mne 97:Sbet-All exzaminations shall
be ad inwrtig, hesujec o wichshllbe as flows, Anatomy, Physoloy, hemitry Baterolog, Pthoogy Hygiene, Chiropractic,
Anaysi, hirprcti Orhoedi, nd djutig a tugh byreognze
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FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW
SECTION 12. (As Amended 1937): Definition.-Any Chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Act may adjust three hundred or more articulations of the body and all structures adjacent thereto, including the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall not prescribe or administer to, any person any. medicine or drug included in materia medica, perform. any, surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics.
SECTION 13. (As Amended 1937): 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 before the State and County Tax Collector before said Tax Collector. shall issue him or her a State and County lie~ense to practice Chiropractic in the State of Florida.
All certificates to practice Chiropractic in the State of Florida shall expire on the '30th day of September following the issuing thereof, except that any holder of any such certificate may have the same renewed from year to year by the payment of an annual fee of $5.00 to the Board.
SECTION 14: Record of Certificates: Suspension: Revocation: Procedure: Re-issue of Certiflcate.-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 that purpose by the SecretaryL-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 deception or fraud in the practice of Chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Act. Upon the receipt of such1 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 be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall for the hearing of said charges by the said Board, which notice of 'the said time and place shall be also notified in writing of the time and place not more than twenty days from the date of said suspension, further time may be granted by said Board for said hearing upon




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hersad crtflcat, ndo therim and plce o tee b heaisg by sherbeharf or -h c efised The said Board is kae a r ....
of sad harig, ndthe testimony so taken and its findings on said charges. IT te Bord y a nanmous affirmative vote shall sustain. said charges, it mayrevke aidcerifiate of the accused, and in which event the Board
shal terupo gie ritennotice in the same manner as prvied for the
givng f sid otce f sspesiosto the said holder of ai certificate, 'whch as eenso rvkd by sai Bad, whereupon the said- holder of saidcetiictewhchha bensoreokdshall have the~ right within sixty day toappalto aycou~rt of lwor equity having jui$sdiction, from theacton f sidBoard in revoking said certificate, and thie said action of te Bard hal be subject to review and deiso o f said Court, oro' an ppelat cortif any appeal be taken. In t~he event the said holder
-ofsad erifcaewhich has been so revoked shall no ihin sixty days appal romthedecisioni of the Board, in the manner af~resai4, then the actin o sad Bardin revoking said certificate shall be final. The action~ of he oar shllbe recorded in the same mannier as certificates are recoded an thenam oftheperson whose certificate is so revoked shall' be sricen fom he lst f crtificat6 holders, and he or she shall be
'diquaifid fom racicig Ciroractic in the State of Florida.
SECTIN 15 Issue Anud Re-issue of Cerifcates.-Said Board may, .'at any imeaftr te rfusal or revocation of a certificate for good and "suficint easn apeaing to it, by a unanimous vote, issue certificate to the erso affct4, conferring upon, him or her~ all the rights and privileges of ndper 'ainngto the practice of Chiropractic, as defined and regulated by tis ct.Any pesn to whom such certificate has -ben> issued, s
provide shall pay to the Secer y-Treasurer of said Board
thesumof weny-fve dollars, upon the issuance thereof~, provided howeer, hat efore the said Board shall, issue a certifinate to an
applcan towho cetifcate has been refused upon the grounds in this Actstaed orretor te certificate of any peso whih may have been
revked th Bardshal pblsh notcein a, newsppr of general circula'hasbee reuse, o a ersn wosecerifiatehasbeen revoked, to~ the
endtht pprtuit my e. afoddt n esnt show cause to the
Boar -wy sch pplcaton houd nt b aced ponby said Board.
SECION16 Reordng0 Crtiictes-Evryperson who shall
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FLORIDA CHIORC A
SECTION 17. Disposition of Fee-A e it f r
the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners une th is Act kept by the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board and r~emittetordpsid with the State Treasurer of Florida as hereiniafter provided
SECTION 18. Annual Statement.-The Seretary-Trease Board shall, within thirty (30) days after the adjournment of meeting of said Board in January of each year hereafter redratu and correct sworn statement of account to the Co!m!ptrolero showing all funds collected or received by the said Board, an the same time remit to the State Treasurer all moneys rece
SECTION 19. Duties of State Treasurer.-The State Treaueshl receive and keep the said moneys in a special fund to be desi and shall pay the same out on warrants drawn by the Comptr o
State upon vouchers issued and signed by the President and Treasurer of said Board. So much of said money as may be shall be used to defray the necessary expenses of the said Badi h
discharge of their official duties and as compensation for ther carrying out the provisions of this Act.
SECTION 20. Secretary-Treasurer to Keep Rers- shl b he
duty of the Secretary-Treasurer to keep a record or records in w be recorded the name and residence of all persons to whom etiiaeshv been granted by the Board, as well as the name and r persons who have been refused certificates and the revocati He shall also.keep accurate books of account and such oter be necessary in which to record all the acts and proceedings said books and records to be open at all reasonable times to tion, and subject to examination by the State Auditor.
SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary- Treasurer-The said 8eer urer of said Board shall give bond, to be approved and kept by troller in the sum of one thousand dollars, payable to, theGov o
Florida, and his successors in office, and conditioned for t..e formance of his duties, and for the true and accurate accoutn n
payment of all funds received by him under the provisions to the State Treasurer as herein provided.
SECTION 22. Payment of Expenses.-All members of saidBor shall receive a per diem of twenty dollars for each day during they shall be actually engaged in the discharge of their du mileage at the rate of four cents per mile for each milenesarl traveled in going to and from any place of meeting of said Bo per diem and mileage, and such other incidental expenses inc said Board in the discharge of their duties, including necessarysteorpi work for Secretary-Treasurer, and in compliance with the Act, shall be paid in the mainer as herein provided out of the f said State-Board of Examiners, and not otherwise.
SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges-The Board ofC aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to pass standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School orClee.I e
termining the reputability and standing of any Chirac S
or College, the right to investigate and make a personal inpcinoth same is hereby authorized, such investigation e not t
expense of said Board.
SECTION 24. Board of Health Reg ulations,.-Al licensed hiroprctor shall observe and be subject to all State and Municipal regulati to the control of contagious and infectious diseases, sign and comply with all laws pertaining to public th elh prpe
authority as other practitioners are required to do




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CHAPTER XXI
Naturopathy
3469. Naturopathy defined.-For the purpose of this Chpe ntro pathy and naturopathy shall be construed as synonym~ous trsadae hereby defined to mean the use and practice of psyrchologicamcaia and material health sciences to aid in purifying, cleansing andnomlzg human tissues for the preservation or restoration of health, acrigt the fundamental principles of anatomy, physiology and applied ycooy as may be required. Naturopathic practice employs, among othe gnis phytotherapy,' dietetics, psycho-therapy, suggesto -therapy, hyr-heay zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applications, electro-therapmcao therapy, mechanical and electrical appliances, hygiene, first aisntio and heliotherapy: Provided, however, that nothing in this Cha held or construed to authorize any naturopathic physician license to practice materia inedica or surgery or chiropractic, nor shaltepo visions of this Chapter in any manner apply to or affect thp osteopathy, chiropractic, Christian Science, or any other treat ized and provided for by law for the cure or prevention ofdsass'n ailments. (Ch. 12286, Acts 192,7, 1.)
3470. Beard; qualifications. -A board is hereby created4obkona "The State Board of Naturopathic Examiners." Sai composed of 'three practicing naturopathic physicians o ability who. shall be residents of this State, and who shall from a reputable naturopathic school, and shall have be e active practice of their profession within this State for at prior to the passage of this Chapter, but none of them shall in any way with or have any interest in naturopathic school or cl board shall perform such duties and be vested with ani powers relative to the protection of the public health and thec regulation of the practice of naturopathy in the State shallJ'
in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred upon it. (Id. 2.)
3471. Board; how constituted.-The Governor shall within after May 28, 1927, appoint three naturopathic physicians, who sh the qualifications specified in section 3470 as members of said bo said members shall be appointed so that their terms of office sh one in two years, one in three years and one in four years from thef their appointment. Upon the expiration the term of offi c
member of said board, or whenever a vacncy shall occr t Governor shall appoint a naturopathic physician to fill such vac members of said board shall hold office until their successors are and qualified. (Id. 3.)
3472. Members of board; oath of officer-Before entering duties of said office, the members of the said board shall take the tional oath of office and shall file the same in the office ofte e of State; and there shall thereupon issue to him a commis p his appointment. As its first meeting, the board member themselves a license under this Chapter to practie aturof each member shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars. (Id. 4.
3473. Organization and meetings of board.-Immdielyateih appointment and qualification of said members, said board s organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president a treasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two wings each year, one in June and one in November, at some in the State, and on such date as the board may determine. t meetings shall be given by publication thereof once a cssive weeks in one or more newspapers of general cruaintruhu




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the Sate. pecial or call meetings may be held at such times and places and ponsuch notice as t~he majority of the board may determine. Said boardshal adopt a seal which must be affixed to all? licenses issued by it. The oardshall~, from time to time, adopt such rules and regulations not incnsstntwith this Chapter as it may deem necessary for the perform. anceof ts duties, and shall examine and pass upon the qualifications of appicatsfor the practice of naturopathy in this State as herein provided. Theoffcers. of the board shall have power to administer oaths, summon witnsse and take testimony as to matters pertaining to, its duties. A majoityof the members of said board shall constitute a quorum !for the tranacton of business. The secretary shall keep a record of ~adl official actonsan proceedings of the board, and said records shall be prima facie evidnceof matters therein contained. (Id. 5.)
37.Applicatin for license; examination and admission.-It shall be ulwul for aniy peson to practice naturopathy in the State of Florida unti heshall first receive a license so to do from the Florida State Board
o i iiiropathi e xaminers, and to this end he shall make application in
wiig to the secery of the boad ,at least two weeks before any regular meeingofthe board, or any speca meeting that may be called for that puros, n such form as the board may require for such examination and les. The said applicant shall furnish evidence, satisfactory to the board, tha heismore than twenty-one years of age; that he is a citizen of the Unitd Sttes, or if foreign born, that he has taken all necessary steps to becmea naturalized citizen of the United States, and that he is of good mrlcharacter; that he has- completed a high school course and taken a the ear course, of nine months each, or more (no two of which courses salbe taken in any one year) in a reputable, chartered school or college of ntrpathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the folowig branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hygeeand sanitation~, chemistry, diagnosis, symptomatology, non-surgical gyecology, mici-wifery, jurisprudence, first-aid, philosophy and, the science practice of natuopathy. All examinations in said enumerated branches salbe in~ writing, bt the applicant shall also be required to give a practcldemonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in -such branches, as my be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct ofwiten examinations each applicant shall be designated by a number, intad of by his name, so that his identity shall not be disclosed to the membes of the board until after the examination papers are graded. A. 'liene r certificate shall then be issued under the seal of the board, coutesigne~d by members of the board, and authenticated by its secretary, to achapplicant who shall pass said written examinations by a rating of sevety-ivepe~r cent on the questions provided in each of the subjects namd, ndwho shall also have satisfied the members of said board by such pracicaldemostration as may be required of his fitness to practice naturopathy as efie by this Chapter. All applications for examination and slices hal accompanied by a fee of twenty-five> dollars to be paid to the
surer, and such fee lnot be returned to the applicant in the eent f fiure on examinationt: Provided, however, that said applicant mayat henex regular meeting of thebad or a~t any special meeting of thebordaledfor thiat purpseagi take the examination without the
paymnt f anaddtioal fe. aidBoard shiall convene within sixty days
aftr is apoitmet frthe~ purpose of passing on the qualifications of the appicats racicigpior to thke pasage of this Chapter. No license shall be isue toan pplcan uness the aplcant passes a satisfactory examin~a47. Tmpoarylicnse-Th bord ay n isadsrto linsse
temprar licnseto a aplicat, hosequaifictios adsralinssto
pratic nauroaty my b mae t apea tothesaisfacto ofthe board,
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examinations, and only until then, when said license shall be
temporary license shall not be recorded. (Id. 7.)
3476. Fees.-There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurr o
Board by, each applicant for license by examination a fee of, t dollars, which shall accompany the application. The said fee l
charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall inc the
examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is r under any circumstances or conditions, nor shall this Chapter be c as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be p
physicians and surgeons. (Id. 8.)
3477. Registration fee.-A fee of five dollars shall be paid
person practicing naturopathy within this State on or before the of May of each year after a license is issued to such person, for a of said license. The secretary-treasurer shall, thirty days before M rs of each year, send to all licensed naturopaths in this State a notice
fact that such renewal will be due on or before the first day
Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to require that renewal recorded as original licenses are required to be recorded. (Id. 9.)
3478. Deposit of fees received; expenses; report of receipts
bursements.-All fees received under this Chapter shall be paidt secretary -treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit the same, to the cr
for the use of the State Board of Naturopathie Examiners, and shall pay
same out only. upon written order issued and signed by the se
treasurer and president of said board. The expenses of the boa carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be paid out of this
and the remainder to be divided equally among the members of the
and not otherwise. The secretary-treasurer shall, on the first Tuesy
October, of every year, file with the Governor of the State a repor f receipts and disbursements and proceeds of said board for the fiscal The secretary-treasurer shall be required to give a good and suffient in such amount and upon such terms and conditions as the boa m
require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. 10.)
3479. Recording license.-All licenses issued as herein provided,
be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the conty which applicant practices, and the date of recording of same shalb indicated thereon. Said clerk 'shall keep a permanent record of the s
and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so recorded. (Id. 1
3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.-Doctors
pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, county and munici lations in regard to the control of contagious and infectious dise reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all other matters p to the public health in the same manner as is required of other prac
of the healing art. (Id. 12.)
3481. Duty .of prosecuting attorney to prosecute offenders agais
-It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. Provided, however nothing in this Chapter shall be considered as interfering with anyp engaged in such other methods of treatment or healing as are now reg
by law in the State of Florida. (Id. 13.)
3482. Accredited colleges.-The board of naturopathic exam
hereby empowered under this Chapter to pass upon the good stain reputability of any naturopathic school or college, and in determ reputability of any naturopathic school or college, the right to i and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby authorize. (I




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3483 Powrs f board.-The said board shall have power to administr oaths-to ummo witnesses, anid to take testimony in all matters relting to iBoard shall issue a license to practice inatuopathy to all persos wh shal furnish satisfactory evidence of atta ients and qualify catins ndertheprovisions of this Chapter, and the rules and regulations of te Bard Suhic ense shall be signed by the president, and attested by
thesecetay-teaure~r of the Board under its adopted seal, and it shall give abslut auhorty to the person to whom it is issued to practice naturopathy in ths Stte. very unrevoked license and endorsement of recordation madeas povied ini this Chapter shall be presumptive evidence in all couts nd laes that the person therein named is legally licensed to practice natroaty. It shall be the duty of the Board to aid the prosecuting attrnes o the State in the enforcement of this Chapter. (Id. 15.)
3484 Reusal togrant licenses; revocations.-The license or registra-.
tio o apratiioerof naturopah may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or uc prcttione may be repriaded, upon the following grounds:
(a) hat e is gulty of fraudo deceit in the practice -of naturopathy, or n hs mission to the practice of naturopathy;
(b) Tat hie has been convicted of a felony. The conviction- of a. felnyshal.be the conviction of any offense which, if committed within' theStae of Florida would constitute a felony under the laws of this
That he is engaged in the practice of naturopathy under a false or ssued name, or the impersonation of another practitioner of a like
(d) Tat he is addicted to the habitual use of intoxicating liquors,. narotcsor stimulants to such an extent as to incapacitate him for per,. formnce f his prfssional duties;
(e) Tht he is guilty of untrue, fraudulent, misleading or deceptive.
()Causing the publication or circulation of an advertisement of any modlit bymeans weeby the monthly period of women can be regulated; or he enssif suppressed, can be established;
(g) he pocuring or aiding or abetting in procuring a criminal aborion.(Id.16.)
348. Pocedig; revocation.-Proceedings for the revocation.- of a licnseortheanulment of registration 'shall be begun by filng written charges ag ihe accused. These charges may be preferred by any person r te Bord ay, on its own motionl, direct the executive officer of said preersaid charges~. Said charges shall be filed with the Secetar-teasre o said Board. Upon the filing of said charges as herein provide th tie ad pacefortheheaingof ameshall be fixed by said
Boar assoo asconenintanda cpy heroftogether with notice of the
timeandplae whn tey ill e hardand determniied, shall be served upontheaccsedat eas te das bfor the date atually fixed for said
heaing Atsai herin thacused shl have the. right to crossexain te itnsss gansthi, ndto prouc witnesses in his defense,
and o apea pesonllyor b conse. Sid oar may, upon satisfactory
agans hi, usendsuh lcetite ro th pacice of natuopthy, and
oftecrutinwihsi icens iicrdd Theii accused shalliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii have




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the right of trial de nova before the circuit court, and thereafter the coIft 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 c6urt 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
"annulled." (Id. 17.)
3486. Practicing without license.-Any person who shall practice naturopathy 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 therefore shall be the
same as upon the issuance of the original license. (Id. 18.)
7725. Practicing naturopathy without license; penalty.-Any person
who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathy or who shall use any of the terms or letters "naturopath," "natureopath," "naturopathic physician," "doctor of naturopathy," "N. D." or any other title, terms or letters under any circumstances whatsoever, so as to mislead the public to believe that the person so using such term or terms is engaged in the practice of naturopathy, without having complied with the provisions of sections 3469-3486, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than thirty days nor more than six months or both such fine and imprisonment, in the
discretion of -the court. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, 13.)
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 unlawfully or upon fraudulent representations; or
(c) Advertise to practice naturopathy under a fame 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. (Ch. 12286,
Acts 1927, 19.)




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1937 Registration of Practitioners of Osteopathy Chiropractic Naturopathy Chiropody In Florida 1 6 STATISTIC ni S o O 1 I -< •1 FWQP.LP.A 35 ^ <337 Issued by Bureau of Vital Statistics State Board of Health

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President, Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville A. Wm. Morrison, Miami W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville CENTEIAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Edward M. LÂ’ E ngle, M.D., Director Jacksonville

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F'?>54 'Mf Table of Contents Page Members of Examining Boards.. 4 Doctors of Osteopathy. 5 Doctors of Chiropractic. 1 2 Doctors of Naturopathy.16 Doctors of Chiropody. 20 Registration Law.23 Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy.25 Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic. 3 0 Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy. 36 Law Governing Practice of Chiropody.41 Designation Bill .:..44 Opinions of the Attorney General.45

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OP VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, March 29, 1938 SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the regis tration of Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the tenth annual com pilation 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. This tenth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1937. I am also trans mitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1936, but failed to register again for 1937. Respectfully, Director of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOARDS State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners R. C. Heldt, D.O., Daytona Beach, term expired July 29, 1936 E. W. Flynn, D.O., Tallahassee, term expires July 29, 1940 Dale C. Beatty, D.O., St. Petersburg, term expired August 11, 1937 Norval E. Brown, D.O., Tampa, term expired August 16, 1935 Arthur George Chappell, D.O., Jacksonville, term expired Aug. 20, 1937 Ralph B. Ferguson, D.O., Miami, term expires August 25, 1938 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners Daniel K. Kirk, D.C., Jacksonville, term expires July 12, 1939 A. M. Morgan, D.C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 1940 D. I. Rainey, D.C., Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1938 State Board of Naturopathic Examiners T. W. Evans, N.D., Miami, term expired July 15, 1937 R. A. Bryant, N.D., Tampa, term expires July 15, 1938 Walter T. Perry, N.D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15, 1939 State Board of Chiropody Examiners Otto J. L. Tonnisen, Jacksonville, term expires January 5, 1940 Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1939 Harry H. Young, Miami, term expires January 15, 1939 Information concerning members constituting above Boards submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, March 19, 1938.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 Doctors of Osteopathy Name Adams, G. H. Andrews, H. M. Apthorpe, E. M.. Apthorpe, W. ... Arnold, G. E. Atty, N. B. A Address •Massachusetts .-...Miami .New York .New York .-...Michig’an •Massachusetts B Ball, C. S. Barber, C. W.. Barnes, C. W. Barry, E. J.. Bartholomew, G. C.... Bashaw, J. P.. Bashline, 0. 0. Baugher, L. G. Baum, J. D. Bean, E. H.. Beatty, D. C... Becker, C. M.. Beckwith, C. G. Beeman, M. S. Beeman, R. H-. Beilke, M. C. Berlin, F. J. Berry, A. E-. Berry, A. E., Jr. Berry, J. M. Berry, N. S. Betts, A. K. Bingham, 0. A. Black, C. A. Black, J. R.. Black. L. K. Blanchard, J. F.. Blauvelt, R.. Blauvelt, S. A.. Boone, R. F. Borough, L. D. Borough, S. Borton, S.. Bowen, M. E.. Bowlby, D. J. Boyd, C. M.-. Brake. D. H. Branstetter, B. W. Briley, M. P. Brink, C. A. Brinklow, H. K. Brown, C. E. Brown, H. L. Brown, N. A. Brown, N. E. Brown, N. R. Erundage, C. L. Buffalow, 0. T... Bullock, B. A." Burnard, H. W. Burns, T. .Eustis .England .Kentucky .Orlando .-.Missouri .St. Petersburg .Pennsylvania .Punta Gorda .Ohio .Tampa .St. Petersburg .Winter Haven .-...Illinois .Miami .New York .Illinois .New Jersey .Tampa .North Carolina .Plant City -.Tampa .Maine ...Hollywood ...Ohio .Miami .Miami .California .Georgia .Georgia .Kansas .Indiana ..-.Indiana .Ohio .Virginia ...Tampa ..Illinois .Connecticut .North Carolina .Daytona Beach .Indiana West Palm Beach ...Kansas .Miami -Rhode Island ..Tampa .-.Maine ...Orlando .Tennessee .-.Orlando .New York .Massachusetts Name Address Bush, I. E.Jacksonville Bush, L. E. Jacksonville C Cahill, J. B. Caine, A. B. Calhoun, J. C.... Callison, C. P. Cann, D. S. Carlisle, V. R.. Carlson, H. S. Carlson, O. .. Carr, H. N. Carr, I. M.. Carter, W. C. Cathcart, N. H.. Cave, F. A. Chappell, A. G. Claverie, J. B. Clay, G. R. Cochran, A. B. S_ Coker, D. C.. Coker, R. P.. Collins, H. L. Comstock, B. H. Conklin, H. L.. Conklin, M. A. Conkling, M. T. H.. Conn, M.. Cottrell, M. K. Covey, F. A—... Cox, M. M.. Cozart, J. A-. Crain, W. L. Craver, L. C. Crosby, C. A. Crutchfield, W. E. Curry, E. K.. Custis, W. W. ..St. Petersburg .Indiana .Ft. Lauderdale .Jowa •Daytona Beach ..Wisconsin .Bartow .Bradenton .Miami .Sebring .California .—.Michigan ..St. Petersburg _Jacksonville .California .. T ampa .California .Sebring .Sebring .Illinois .Lakeland .New Jersey .Miami .Lakeland .New Jersey .Ohio .-.Maine .Miami .Pennsylvania ..Indiana .New Jersey .niinois .Miami .-...Missouri ..Ohio D Damm, W. B.Davies, 0. P. Davis, C. H-. Day, E. F.. Day, G. E. Day, M. C. Denby, C. H-. Denniston, E. L. DeShaw, R. G. Diebold, W. A. Dillabough, A. H. Doe, A. H... Dorrance, H. J. Dove, C. E. Dove, N. H. Downing, W. J... Drew, I. W. Drew, M. S. .Wisconsin .St. Petersburg .Illinois .-.Kentucky .Tampa .Iowa .Homestead ..Pennsylvania .DeLand ..California ..St. Petersburg .Zephyrhills ..Pennsylvania •West Palm Beach .West Palm Beach .Illinois .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Duffe, P. E.....Jacksonville Dunk, G. H. W.Massachusetts Dunning*, J. J.England E Elfrink, B., M. Ellison, W. H. Enright, T. M. Erbe, H. H. Eroh, C.. Erwin, E. P. Erwin, M. B. -North Carolina -St. Petersburg .Miami ...Massachusetts ..St. Petersburg .Miami .Miami F Parr, B. H. C. Farrar, J. M. .New Smyrna .Illinois Feather, E. B. .Jacksonville Ferguson, R. B. Ferris, E. M. Flynn, E. T. “Pat”. Flynn, E. W. Fogarty, J. P. .Tallahassee .Tallahassee Indiana Foley, W. K. Foster, J. E. Foster, S. D. Fraser, J. M. .North Carolina .Sarasota Frison, G. W. .DeLand Frost, E. M. Fuller, C. G. .Winter Park Gagen, T. F., Jr.St. Petersburg Gants, S. L.Rhode Island Gates, 0. B.. M ichigan George, H., Ill.Delaware Getchell, C. E.Ft. Pierce Gettinger, D. R.Arcadia Ghostley, R. C.Canada Gibbs, S. B.Miami Beach Gingerich, L. E......Miami Glascock, A. D.St. Petersburg Glezen, R. A.Michigan Gnau, C. U.Ft. Myers Goehring, H. M..—.Pennsylvania Gray, E. K.Wisconsin Groenewoud, J. C..Illinois Gulick, E. A.Oklahoma Guy, J. E.North Carolina H Hain, N. M. Hall, W. C. Harris, A. J. Harris, E. L. Harris, F. W.-. Harter, B. P. Havens, R. L. Heberle, C. K. Heldt, C. H. .Miami ..Indiana ..Tennessee .Georgia Daytona Beach .Winter Garden ..West Virginia ..Massachusetts ....Pennsylvania Hensley, A. S. Herroder, T. L Herst, S. J... Herzfeld, M. Hicks, A. B.. Higgins, C. B., Hildreth, A. G Hillyer, C. C... Hoffman, A. T Holt, W. L. Houghton, R. B Houpt, C. J. Hovis, J. C. Howell, J. C. Hubbell, P. R Hunter, M. G Hurd, N. M,... Hutton, D. F... Irvine, S. W. Jennings, C. H. Johnson, L. C Jones, E. M.... Jones, E. O.... Kahn, S. B.. Kane, J. E.. Kell, R. J. Keller, F. B.. Keyes, L. S. Kidder, E. M. Kidwell, J. H.. Killoren, F. E... Kingsbury, L. C Kinney, B. E. Kinney, L. F— Kirkpatrick, H. T Kline, J. L. Knapp, F. C. Landes, H. V Larimore, L. S Larmoyeux, L. J Latchaw, T. S Lewis, C. H...., Little, A. J.. Long, C. B. Long, R. L. Love, S. R.. Lovejoy, A. C. Loveland, M. M. Lumley, L. E

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Address Name Address .St. Petersburg Pheils, E. H.Ohio .-.Illinois Pierce, E. G.Bradenton .Pennsylvania Pierce, H. J.Ohio .Miami Pierce, H. V.„...Bradenton M.Illinois Pierce, M. M.Bradenton ..Miami Pohlig, W. A.New Jersey .Orlando Pollard, C. E..Illinois Powrie, J. D.Miami Pratt, E. J.Michigan .Gainesville Pressly, M. W., Jr.Tampa ..St. Petersburg Printy, S. C olorado .. California Prisque, R. C.-...Kansas ..Massachusetts Proctor, C. W.-.Miami .-.Ohio Purdon, W. P.Gainesville .West Virginia Purnell, E.Pennsylvania ..Pennsylvania .Jacksonville Q .—.Maine Quartel, H. W.Ohio .Orlando Quick, R. T.„...Palm Beach .Miami Beach _Pennsylvania R .Tennessee Rader, N. L.West Palm Beach .Iowa Raffenberg, M. G.Tampa ..-.-.Iowa Ramsey, E. L.West Virginia V.Michigan Ramsey, F. E.West Virginia R.Ohio Ranagan, F. J.Miami Beach .Sarasota Rankin, F.St. Petersburg .Pennsylvania Reay, M...Daytona Beach Washington, D. C. Reid, McM. J.Ohio ...Colorado Reitmeyer, P. T. New Jersey ...Illinois Rich, J. R.Michigan _St. Au^stine Richards, T. J.Jacksonville ..California Richardson, D. D.Miami .Ohio Richardson, G. A.Mt. Dora K.Ohio Richardson, H. J.Miami .New York Ripley, G. H., Jr.Miami Beach .Daytona Beach Robinson, L. A.Daytona Beach .Pennsylvania Rogers, R. W.New Jersey Root, C. B.Michigan Rossman, W. F.Pennsylvania ...Massachusetts Rothmeyer, G. S.Pennsylvania .New York Rowson, A. F.England .Pennsylvania Rummel, C. D.Oklahoma .Pennsylvania Runyen, A.Tampa .Pennsylvania S Sams, D. R.Sarasota .New Jersey Sartwell, J. O.Massachusetts .Washington Saunders, A. B.Pensacola Daytona Beach Saunders, E. A.Canada ..St. Petersburg Sawyer, J. H.Massachusetts .Pennsylvania Scaife, M. E..Illinois Schumacher, E. L.Eustis Seaman, K. L.California .Canada Seay, T. G..Ft. Myers New Jersey Sellards, D. D.Michigan .Missouri Shalett, I. J.Maine ...New York Shay, W. G..Michigan .Maine Shellenberger, J. M.Pennsylvania

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Addr€ Shifflett, E. E Treble, J. M __ Shoemaker, P. A . Michigan Tucker, A. R Shull, D. R Tuttle, F Shupert, M. E. Siegert, A. M . Indiana U Simmons, H. F. .Pennsylvania Underwood, R. E.. C onnectic Simpson, J. H Singleton, R. 0 . Tampa V Slater, A. B . C olorado Vaill, A. W Sluyter, E. G .Michigan Vandagrift, E. C. .0C£ StYiTth^ 'a W .Massachusetts Van de Sande, T. w... Smith, H. R .St. Petersburg Veneman, F. M. Marsh .India Smith, J. R . Wyoming Vogler, C. W Smith, S. P von Behren, F. F.. West Palm Bea Smyth, B . .Palm Harbor von Stirne, S. G. Cres swell Wiscori* Snedeker, 0. 0 .Michigan Vredenburgh, N. E. ..Califori Spalding, M. R. ..Massachusetts Spence, T. T. .North Carolina W Spicer, E. W. ..Connecticut Walker, C. N. Staff, L. E. .Illinois Walker, H. M. Stahlman, H. E.. .Pennsylvania Waller, M. E. Tridia Stem, H. L... .Pennsylvania Ward, D. C. Winter Pa Stewart, C. B. .Minnesota Waybright, K. 0 Jacksonvi Stewart, H. H. .Minnesota Weber, W. G.. Mia Stewart, J. J. .Indiana Weissberg, E. B. Sarasf Stinson, J. A. .St. Petersburg Wheeler, G. D. .Vero Bea Strayer, V. A. .Orlando Wheeler, S. E. .Lakela Strobell, E. G. W .. .California Whitaker, H. K Miami Bes Swartz, C H . L akeland Wiley, E. W. Pennsylvai Williams, B. P . Illin T Wilson, H. C . New Y< Teall, C. C. .New York Wilson, P. E. Washington, D. C. Wilson, R. E. .T "SfJ Npw York Wilson, R. W. .Daytona Bea T'ViAmnQnn T\T S. Jacksonville Wilson, R. H. Tibe R T. .Missouri Wirt, F. C Tilley, MR. .Illinois Wise, H. T ... I llin TS11 m an O OGeorgia Withers, A. M . Jacksonvi A. W^. .Pensacola Wunderlich, R. C. S t. Petersbi Tindall, C. C .. Kissimmee Y Tindall, K, B . Orlando Yeamans, W. H... Toepfer, H. C . Pennsylvania Town, F. M. . S t. Petersburg Z Towne, A. D. .Mississippi Ziegler, L. I. .India Doctors of Osteopathy Arcadia: (DeSoto) Getting^er, Donald Rufus Bartow: (Polk) Carlson, Henry S. Wilson, Paul Emerson Bradenton: (Manatee) Carlson, Oscar Pierce, Emery George Pierce, Harold Vickery Pierce, M. Margaret Clearwater: (Pinellas) Long, Richard Lewis Walker, Clarence Neel Dade City: (Pasco) Wirt, Frederick Cravens Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Briley, Morris P. Cann, Donald Stephen Harris, Frances Walton Houghton, Richard B. Murphy, Robert William O’Neill, Addison Reay, Mildred Robinson, Lloyd A. Wilson, Robert E. Wilson, Ruth Weurich

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 9 DeLand: (Volusia) DeShaw, Roy Gilbei't Frison, George Warren Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Vogler, Charles W. Bustis: (Lake) Ball, Clarence Strouse Schumacher, Erwin Leopold Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Calhoun, John Collier Shull, David Riley Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gnau, Charles Urban Seay, T. G. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Gainesville: (Alachua) Manchester, Raymond Georg-e Purdon, Walter F. Haines City: (Polk) Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: (Broward) Bingham, O. Alfred Homestead: (Dade) Denby, Charles Henry Jacksonville (Duval) Bush, Ida Ellis Bush, L. E. Chappell, Arthur George Duffe, Paul Edgar Feather, Effie B. Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Larmoyeux, Louis John 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 Conkling, Mattie T. H. Keller, Fred B. Lumley, Leila Embrey Swartz, Clyde Haven Wheeler, Sarah E. Lake Wales: (Polk) Kingsbury, Louis C. Lake Worth: (Palm Beach Little, Albert James Leesburg: (Lake) Hunter, Melville Gunby Miami: (Dade) Andrews, Hazel M. Beeman, Martin Scudder Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Brown, Harley Leroy Carr, Harry Newton Conklin, Marion A. Cox, Martha M. Crutchfield, William E. Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Ferguson, Ralph B. Gingerich, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow McCormick, James J. McKinley, Carroll Alexander Powrie, James D. Proctor, Charles Willis Richardson, Donald D. Richardson, Horace J ames Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Tuttle, Frances Weber, Winifred G. Miami Beach: (Dade) Foley, Walter Kane Gibbs, Stephen Bradford Miller, Louis Ranagan, Frances Josephine Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Mount Dora: (Lake) Richardson, Gerald A. New Smyrna: (Volusia) Farr, Bertrand, H. C. Ocala: (Marion) Vandagrift, E. C. Orlando: (Orange) Barry, Edward Joseph Brundage, Clarence Lester Bullock, Benoni A. Fuller, Caroline Griffin Houpt, Calvin J ames Howell, Joseph Corwin Hurd, Nettie M. McMains, Harrison Miller, Gerard Matthew Strayer, Vere A. Tindall, Kenneth B. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Quick, Roy Terwilliger Palm Harbor: (Pinellas) Smyth, Benjamin Pensacola: (Escambia) Hoffman, Arthur Theodore Saunders, Aubrey Burton Tindall, Amos Willard Plant City: (Hillsborough) Berry, John Morrison Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Baugher, Leland Guy St. Augustine: (St. John) Moseley, James Robert St. Cloud: (Osceola) Landes, Helen V. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Beatty, Dale Clinton Cahill, James Bray ton Cave, Francis A. Davies, Owen P. Dillabough, Alyn Henry 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 Osborn, Earl Evers Rankin, Florence Smith, Hunter R Stinson, James Antone Town, Florence May Wunderlich, Ray Charles Yeamans, Willis H. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Fraser, James MacDonald Kell, Robert John

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Montag“ue, Charles C., Jr. Sams, Daniel Raymond Weissberg”, Elias B. Sebring: (Highlands) Carr, Iva Mae Coker, Doris Campbell Coker, Royal Philip Tallahassee: (Leon) Flynn, Egmund Thomas “Pat”’ Flynn, Emmett William Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bean, E. Harry Berry, Albert E. Berry, Nelle S. Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Norval Edward Clay, George Randall Day, Guilbert E. 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. Love joy, Ashley Campbell Winter Park: (Orange) Frost, Edgar Major Ward, Daniel C. Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Doe, Albin H. California: Blanchard, James Franklin Carter, Walter Caldwell Claverie, J ean Baptiste Cochran, Amy Brown Schoonmaker Diebold, Wendell August Herroder, Theodore L. Holt, W. Luther Loveland, Mark M. Martin, Charles C. Mount, Florence M. Seaman, Kent L. Strobell, Emily Griffith Wilson Vredenburgh, Norman E. Colorado: Morgan, Cleveland McAlister Printy, Sylvia Slater, Arthur Burdette Connecticut: Brake, DeWitt Henderson Spicer, Ernest W. Underwood, Ralph Emerson Delaware: George, Henry III Georgia: Blauvelt, Rudd Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Harris, Edwin Lewis Tillman, Carl Gustave Illinois: Beckwith, Clifford Gorham Beilke, Martin Carl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Collins, H. L. Crosby, Clifton A. Davis, Charles H. Downing, Wilbur Joseph Farrar, J. Marvin Groenewoud, John C. Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Kinney, Lecta Fay McCaughan, Russell Craig McDonough, Weston M. Morris, Chester H. Pollard, Charles Emerson Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Tilley, Moses R. Williams, Byron Patterson Wise, Hugh Thomas Indiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Brink, Charles Allen Caine, Allen Bennett Crain, William LeRoy Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Hall, William Campbell Siegert, Anna Mae Stewart, Jasper J. Veneman, Fern Marie Marsh Waller, Mary Elizabeth Ziegler, Laura Inez Iowa: Callison, C. P. Day, Milford C. Miller, Sara A. Mochrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Boone, Richard Franklin Brown, Chas. Elmer Prisque, Raymond C. Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W. Day, Edwin Frank Shifflett, Ella Edwards Maine: Betts, Addie K. Brown, Nora Robertson Covey, Florence Alice Metcalf, Charles Austin Pettapiece, Henry James Shalett, Irving Joseph Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. Atty, Norman Belmont Burns, Thomas Dunk, George Hendry Walter Erbe, Henry Herman Heberle, Clement King Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel Martin, Orel F. Nelson, Frank Chester Sartwell, James Oliver Sawyer, Joseph Harlan Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root Vaill, Anna Wadhams Michigan: Arnold, G. E. Cathcart, Nelson H. Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Hovis, John Clark Hubbell, Preston Reed Hutton, Donald Fox Johnson, Le Roy Cletus

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 11 Kahn, Samuel Bernard Money, J. Vincent Pratt, Edwin James Rich, John R. Root, Claude Boone Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shay, Walter GeorgÂ’e Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Sluyter, Edward Glenn Snedeker, Olanis 0. Minnesota: Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stewart, Harry H. Mississippi: Kidwell, James H. Towne, Allen Dodge Missouri: Bartholomew, Garold C. Curry, Etna Kelso Herst, Sherrell Joseph Hildreth, Arthur Grant Larimore, Leland S. Pence, Herbert O. Tibe, Royal Thomas Nebraska: Knapp, Frances Crothers New Jersey: Berlin, Franklin Joseph Conklin, Hiram Lewis Conn, Milton Craver, Lloyd C. Odden, Loren Hansen Patterson, Robert Donald Pohlig, William Albert Reitmeyer, Frank Theodore Rogers, Robert W. Van de Sande, Theo. White 'Jew York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beeman, Roy Herbert Burnard, Harold William Muncie, Curtis H. Nikola, George Francis Pettit, Henry Jewett Smith, Stewart P. Teall, Charles C. Thompson, John Wilson Treble, John Mill Wilson, H. Clifford North Carolina: Berry, Albert E., Jr. Branstetter, Bertha W. Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Foster, Julia E. Foster, S. Dales Guy, Jean E. Higgins, Charles Barker Spence, Talmage T. Tucker, Adam Reynold Ohio: Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Cottrell, Mead Kelly Custis, Warren Wood Latchaw, Taylor S. Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Mulford, John Warwick Mummaw, Glenn K. Pheils, Ervin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Quartel, H. Ward Reid, McMillen James Oklahoma: Gulick, Eugene Allen Rummel, Chauncey D. Pennsylvania: Bashline, Orrin Osborn Cozart, James Allen Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Dorrance Harold James Drew, Ira Walton Drew, Margaret S. Goehring, Harry Morgan Heldt, Charles Humphrey Hillyer, Charles Clifton 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 Purnell, Emma Rossman, Walter Franklin Rothmeyer, George S. Shellenberger, John Mohler Simmons, Harry Frank Stahlman, Harry Earl Stem, Harold Lewis Toepfer, Howard Charles Wiley, Edgel W. Wilson, Raymond Herbert Rhode Island: Brown, Niles A. Gants, Samuel L. Tennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Harris, Andrew J. Miller, Robert Lee T^as: Walker, Horace M. Virginia: Bowen, Margaret E. Washington: Ogle, John Marion Washington, D. C.: Moore, Riley D. Teets, Charles P. West Virginia: Havens, Roland Louis Meador, Aubrey Prentice Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Wisconsin: Carlisle, Vernon R. 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, John Jacob Rowson, Allen F.

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12 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Chiropractic Name Address Name Acker, G. C.Kentucky Albea, H. B.Miami Allen, J. M.Dade City Anderson, A. E.....St, Petersburg Anderson, W. V.Sarasota Angell, G. G.St. Petersburg Angell, R. E.St. Petersburg Arnold, H. C.Miami Arnot, E. D.Zephyrhills B Bethea, V. C.Bartow Blumer, G. E.Melbourne Boyle, E. D.Ft. Lauderdale Boyle, G. M.Ft. Lauderdale Bradwell, C. 0.Tallahassee Brown, T. U,-.Jacksonville R. W. W. E.L. .Arcadia W. A. C ...Miami .Lakeland H. .Miami Chippendale, J.St. Petersburg Clarke, W. E.Jacksonville Clements, G. R.Lake Placid Cliff, C. W.Eustis Coates, G. McC.Lake Wales Cohen, E. J.Miami Collins, E. E.West Virginia Conley, R. C.St. Augustine Cooper, B. B.Miami Cowart, J. N.Jacksonville Cox, H. G.-.Jacksonville Coyne, J. R.Tampa Farnsworth, J. H Farr, D. J. Finley, W. A Fisher, I. Fisher, J. Foreman, A. M Foster, C. E.. Frazier, F. J,.... Frazier, J. R. French, I. C. Gano, A. L... Gano, C. R Gatchell, C. H Goelz, W. C.Goodman, W. A. Gordon, C. E Graham, R. T Grantham, T. F Gresham, R. R. Grooms, R. C Harwood, S. E Hauri, H. Heal, M. M. Heine, R. E Heitz, J. J.. Henson, S. S. Herndon, C_ Hicks, W. L. Hook, C. R. Hopper, M. E Horne, D. N Howard, J. F Hutto, W. L. Daniel, T. C.St. Petersburg Danks, J. C.Pennsylvania Davis, L. W.St. Petersburg Dean, J. R.Winter Haven Delaney, J. M.Pensacola Diesel, J. F.New Jersey Doss, L. T.,.Sanford Doud, B. R.Fruitland Park Duffie, C. V. G eorgia Dyer, M. M.Stuart £ Eldridge, W. P.Safety Harbor Jensen, W. Johnson, T. F Jones, L. S. Jones, S. S. Kapp, M. B. Kennedy, D. L Kinsinger, E. L Kirk, D. K. Kitching, R., Jr Krug, I. S. Kubala, S. F Fabry, J.Orlando Lamont, H.... Fair, F. E.Bradenton Lanier, C. Fambrough, C. W.Miami Lawson, H. L

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 13 Address .Panama City ...Sanford West Palm Beach Pennsylvania .Miami .Bushnell .Bushnell .Frostproof .Vero Beach ..Tampa .Orlando .Michig^an .Ocala .Avon Park Daytona Beach .Ft. Meade .Haines City .Jacksonville .Miami .Lake Wales ...Orlando ..Miami Maryland .Panama City .-...Tallahassee .Jacksonville West Palm Beach .Tampa .Miami .Wauchula .Tampa ..Ohio .Tennessee ...Iowa Miami B.. J acksonville Tampa Tampa .Arcadia ..Tallahassee .Ohio West Palm Beach .Hollywood .Miami Beach .-.St. Cloud Sagvold, T. E. Saunders, B. M. Saunders, E. T. Saunders, L. M-. Saunders, R. G. Scarborough, J. Q..., Schoenthaler, W. F-. Schubert, F. S. Scott, M. P. Shafer, A. H., Jr.. Shelmire, C. T. Shumate, M. L. Simonson, M. R. Sligh, E. A-. Sligh, J. E. Smith, A. R. Smith, B. E.. Smith, M. C. R. Smith, S. M. Smith, V. B. Speight, W. E. Stephan, W. F. Stephenson, R. W. Swan, W. H. Sykes, E. N. Address .Jacksonville .Iowa .Iowa ..Miami .Lake Worth ..Lakeland .New York .Ohio .Miami .Jacksonville .Miami ...Tampa Shores ..Ft. Lauderdale .Lakeland ..Lakeland ..Jacksonville .Ft. Pierce •Tarpon Springs .Miami ..Hollywood .Lakeland .-...Clearwater .Lake Worth ...Massachusetts .Orlando T Takahashi, J. M..Clermont Tallman, 0. H.Pensacola Taylor, J. W.-...Illinois Thiess, W. W.New York Thornton, F. R.Orlando Thornton, F. W...St. Petersburg Tilson, B. D.Illinois Titus, C. B...St. Petersburg Tracy, M. E.Clearwater Trentin, M.-...West Palm Beach Tucker, T. C...St. Cloud V Vail, K. F.Orlando von Walden, S...Georgia W Wendland, H. J. White, J. F. White, J. M. Wiggins, W. R. Williams, J. J. Wolfe, W. F. Woodhull, M. Worthing, B. W. Worthing, H. M.. Wright, O. D. .Bradenton ..-.Miami .Miami ....New Smyrna .Tampa .Wildwood .Sarasota .Ohio .St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Young, C. W. Y •Tampa

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14 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Chiropractic Arcadia: (DeSoto) Burch, Eug^ene L. Rabb, Earle Alvin Avon Park: (Highlands) Morgan, Arch Marlin Bartow: (Polk) Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Bradenton: (Manatee) Fair, Fred E. Hauri, Henry Wendland, Herman J. Brooksville: (Hernando) Lanier, Clyde Bushnell: (Sumter) Mahan, Ethel Reed Mahan, Harry Allen Clearwater: (Pinellas) Stephan, William Fred Tracy, M. Everett Clermont: (Lake) Takahashi, Jessie May Crescent City: (Putnam) Henson, Samuel Shirly Dade City: (Pasco) Allen, John Morrison Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Hopper, Maude E. Jensen, William Morrison, Theodore Henry DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, Walter Arthur Harwood, S. Elizabeth Eustis: (Lake) Cliff, Chester William Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Boyle, Eva Dell Boyle, George Martz Simonson, Marie R. Ft. Meade: (Polk) Murdaugh, Henry Dial Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, Robert R. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Jones, Samuel Savage Smith, Blanche Ethel Frostproof: (Polk) Manley, Clifford Fruitland Park: (Lake) Doud, Blanche R. Gainesville: (Alachua) Hook, Cecil R. Haines City: (Polk) Murphy, Houston Hilliard Hollywood: (Broward) Richholt, Esther Holmes Smith, Virgil B. Jacksonville: (Duval) Brown, Thomas Uriah Clarke, William Edward Cowart, John N. Cox, Henry Grady Foster, Cecil Eugene Johnson, Tesla Farris Kirk, Daniel Kane Myers, George Jefferson Perry, Walter Theodore Pritchard, Emmett B. Sagvold, Thomas Ellward Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Smith, Allen Rex Lakeland: (Polk) Cardwell, William Arthur Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Scarborough, Jason Q. Sligh, Emma A. Slig'h, Joseph Edgar Speight, Walter Edward Lake Placid: (Highlands) Clements, George R. 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) Albea, Horace B. Arnold, Henry Clayton Budreau, William Emory Butler, Frederick Chase, Forrest Hamden Cohen, Edwin J. Cooper, Benjamin B. Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Farr, Douglas Joseph Heine, Rosina E. Maberry, Elmer J. Nelson, Harold Albert Olson, A. E. Pierce, Edwin Stanley Powers, Richard, Jr. Saunders, Lewis Milo Scott, Marshall Prescott Shelmire, Celia T. Smith, Stella Melson White, John Fletcher White, John Merrill Miami Beach: (Dade) Robertson, Paul Herald New Smyrna: (Volusia) Wiggins, William Russell 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) Goodman, William A. Palatka: (Putnam) Lawson, Howard L. Panama City: (Bay) Kennedy, Duncan Lamar McDearmid, George Allen Parker, J ohn Gordon Pensacola: (Escambia) Delaney, John Mansfield Goelz, William Charles Tallman, Ora Hubert Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) Grantham, T. F.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 15 Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Eldridge, Warren Perry St. Augustine: (St. Johns) C<>nley, Ransom Clay Graham, Roberta T. St. Cloud: (Osceola) Rode, Madelyn Antoinette Tucker, Thomas C. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Anderson, Ada E. Angell, Golden Gahm Angell, Robert E. Chippendale, John Daniel, Theodore Conrad Davis, Lee W. Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Heal, Minnie M. Kapp, M. Bernard Thornton, Fred W. Titus, Charles Bryan 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, John Finley Woodhull, Mabel Stuart: (Martin) Dyer, Myrtle Mabel Kitching, Reginald, Jr. Tallahassee: (Leon) Bradwell, Clinch O. Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Tampa: (Hillsborough) Coyne, John R. Gordon, Charles Elmer Grooms, R. C. Mayo, Chas. Traynor Pierce, Burton Aaron Plattner, Max Edmund Prosser, John L. Puddicombe, Raymond Williams, Joseph James Young, Charles Warren Tampa Shores: (Pinellas) Shumate, Mary Louise Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Vero Beach: (Indian River) Mathis, Clarence E. Wauchula: (Hardee) Pipkin, Luther N. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Frazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck 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 Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Arnot, Emerson David Alabama: Herndon, Coy (Col.) Georgia: Dutfie, Cecil Vincent Fisher, John von Walden, Sherman Illinois: Taylor, James Walter Tilson, Bertha Davis Indiana: Brown, W. Harding Krug, Inda Sinclair Iowa: Kubala, Stephen F. Pop, Frank J., Jr. Saunders, Bertha Mary Saunders, Edward Terrell Kentucky: Acker, George Coe Maryland: Overbeck, Adrian Massachusetts: Swan, Walter Herbert Michigan: Fisher, Irene 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. Worthing, Burt W. Pennsylvania: Danks, Jack C. MacQuarrie, Laura N. South Carolina: Hutto, William Leo Tennessee: Pontius, Harry E. West Virginia: Collins, Edward Eustace Lament, Hector

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16 Florida State Board of Health Name Abernethy, G. H Alden, J. R. A B Baker, F. G. Ballou, T. P. Barth, C. F. Baumg'art, C. S. Beckman, S. Benitez, R. M. Bercutt, S. L.. Bernau, L. F. Blumer, L. Briggs, J. M. Brinkler, G. H. Bryant, R. A.. Casey, P. M. Cockerham, C. D, Cold, K. M. Cold, P. E. Collins, F. X. Conley, R. C. Cox. H. G. Cox, V. P. Coyne, J. R.. Crandall, B. E. Crandall, C. R.. Doctors of Naturopathy Address .Pensacola St. Petersburg .Miami .Palm Beach Safety Harbor .Miami .Miami ..Homestead .Miami .Miami .Miami .St. Cloud ...Miami Beach .Tampa Miami .Bradenton ..Miami .Tampa .St. Petersburg .St. Augustine .Jacksonville . Miami .Tampa .Indiana ...West Palm Beach Gavilla, J. Gesser, C. H.. Gilbert, N. A. Glorig, A. H. Gold, L... Goldstein, B. L. Gresham, T. A.. Gresko, S. J. Grille, E. F. Grossman, H. Guest, L. 0. H Haag, H. W. Hall, B. Hanoka, N. S.. Hardy, W. C. Heaps, L. F. Heitz, A. W. Heitz, J. J. Henderson, K. I. Hendry, W. T. Hicks, C. E. Hicks, W. L. Hinterpohl, A. R.. Holland, J. J. Holm, A. H. Hoover, C. E. Horn, H. M. Hurst, M. Address! ..Tampa! .Passa Grillefl ..Tampay Ft. Lauderdale! .New York! .New York y .Ft. Myers! .Cottondale! .New York* ....Miami Beach] .Tampa South Flomaton .Live Oak .New York .Alabama I .Clearwater* .Sanford J Orlando! ...St. Petersburg I .Lake Worth! .Plant City! Miami! Miami! Miami! .Bartown .Miami ...St. Petersburg D Dahl, 0. Dam5?el, C. H. .Clearwater .Apopka Davis, A. Dean, J. R. Detwiler, H. G. Dews, W. S—. di Gbilipi, A, F. .Ohio .Winter Haven .Miami .Miami Beach Doolittle, W. S.. Dux, H.. I', E. .Jacksonville T^akp. Wales Eldridge. W. P. Evans, T. W. E ..Safety Harbor Fankhauser, G. L F Safety Harbor Farnsworth, J. H.. Feldmann, W. J. Fernandez, L. S. Finlpy, W. A__ French, I. C.. Frip.ker, R. J._. .Orlando Friedman, S. Fries, H. A... Frischkorn, C. S... .New York .Clearwater J Jansik, A. D. Jensen, W. Jones, R. .Safety Harbor .Daytona Beach .Lakeland K Kebe, G. B. .Jacksonville (Col.) Kennedy, S. I. .Miami Krebs, A. E. .New Port Richey L Lauber, J. H. Lauber, S. Lee, G. L. Lentjes, F. .Tampa Lindhe, R. E.. .Pennsylvania Lindlahr, V. H. .Eagle Lake Lunin, Y. .St. Petersburg Me McFerrin, C. B. .Orlando M Matera, J. M. .New York Menzel, 0. L. Merley, J. M. .Washington, D. C. Miller, J. H. .North Dakota Miller, T. F. Murray, L. M .Miami

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 17 Name Niemi, I. S. Oakley, L. W. Oliveri, V. N O Address %  Daytona Beach .Coral Gables .New York Patterson, J. A. Peerman, R. W. Perry, W. T. Posner, E. R. Post, M. H.. P ..Jacksonville Beach ..Tampa .J acksonville .New York ..Miami Name Address Smith, W. J.Tampa (Col.) Soda, L. E.Tangerine Steele, M.Palm Beach Sust y de Llanos, A. A.Tampa T Tannenbaum, M. L.Homestead Thomas, C. G.Pensacola Thompson, E. D.Jacksonville (Col.) Trentin, M.West Palm Beach Trussler, C.Missouri Turner, C. F.Jacksonville R Randall, M. I.Jacksonville Rasmussen, E. L.Coral Gables Rasmussen, F. C.Ft. Myers Richards, D. J.Estero Rode, M. A.St. Cloud Ronning, P. C.West Palm Beach Roop, W. H.Tampa Rose, D.Jacksonville U Urbuteit, F.Tampa Utrecht, W.Tampa V Vail, K. F.Orlando Viti-Mariani, H.Tampa Vogel, M. A.Texas S Saalfrank, R. B.Miami Beach Sagvold, T. E.Jacksonville Schaeffer, M. B.Miami Schippell, T. M.Washington, D. C. Schreiber, A.Utah Scott, D. W..Orlando Selige, A.Miami Shafer, A. H., Jr.Jacksonville Shannon, K. C.Miami Singley, V. L.Miami Beach Sisson, R. R.Jacksonville Slater, 0. I.Ft. Lauderdale Smith, A. R.Jacksonville Smith, T. K.Miami W Walden, W. A.. Walsdorf, C. W. Wambaugh, J. L. Watson, C. B. Weinger, I. Weissberg, S. Wenger, R. W. Whitesides, G. H. E. Whiting, E. E. Woodhull, M. Woollard, G. E. .Ft. Myers .Miami .Miami .Indiana .Miami ....Connecticut ..Ohio .DeLand ...Jacksonville .Sarasota Miami Beach Zarch, H. L. Z Orlando Doctors of Naturopathy 4popka: (Orange) Damsel, Charles Henry 3artow; (Polk) Hoover, Claude E. Bradenton: (Manatee) Cockerham, Corbett D. Clearwater: (Pinellas) Dahl, Oliver Fries, Harriet A. Heaps, Lewis F. '/Oral Gables: (Dade) Oakley, Leonard Wicks Rasmussen, Edwin Ludwig Cottondale: (Jackson) Gresko, Stephen J. Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Jensen, William Lee, Guy Lester Niemi, Ivar S. DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, W. Arthur Whitesides, Gertrude Harriet Elizabeth Eagle Lake: (Polk) Lindlahr, Victor H. Estero: (Lee) Richards, David John Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Feldmann, William John Glorig, Aram Hovanness Slater, Olive Isadora Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, T. A. Rasmussen, Franklin C. Walden, Watson A. Homestead: (Dade) Benitez, R. M. Tannenbaum, Maurice L.

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18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Jacksonville: (Duval) Cox, Henry Grady Dux, Henry Kobe, George Bengali (Col.) Perry, Walter T. Randall, Muriel Isobel Rose, David Sagvold, Thomas E. Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Allen Rex Thompson, Edward Daniel (Col.) Turner, Charles Franklin Whiting, Ernest Edwin Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Patterson, John A. Key West: (Monroe) Fernandez, L. Soto Lakeland: (Polk) Jones, Rollin Lake Wales: (Polk) Dykeman, Lillian Edwards Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Hicks, Claude E. Largo: (Pinellas) Dews, William S. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Hall, Bartow Miami: (Dade) Baker, F. Gorton Baumgart, Catherine May (Shively) Beckman, Samuel Bercutt, Sonya L. Bernau, Ludydg F. Blumer, Louis Casey, Phyllis M. Cold, Katherine M. Cox, Vernon Pennock Detwiler, Harold Govan Evans, Thomas Watson Hinterpohl, Arthur Robert Holland, John Joseph Holm, A. Harry Horn, Herbert M. Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Murray, Lorna M. Post, Myron Hazelton Schaeffer, Michael B. Selige, Adolph Shannon, Kenneth Colemar Smith, Tilman K. Walsdorf, Chester William Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Weinger, Isidor Miami Beach: (Dade) Brinkler, George Henry di Ghilini, Alexander Elston Grossman, Harry Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Singley, V. Leeds Woollard, George Edward New Port Richey: (Pasco) Krebs, A. E. Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Heitz, John J. McFerrin, Charles B. Menzel, Ora Lorien Scott, David Walter Vail, Kenneth Francis Zarch, Herman Louis Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. Steele, Milton Passagrille: (Pinellas) Gesser, Charles Henry Pensacola: (Escambia) Abernethy, George Halsey Thomas, C. G. Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Barth, Con F. Eldridge, Warren P. Fankhauser, Glen Leroy Jansik, Albin D. St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay St. Cloud: (Osceola) Briggs, Jessie M. Rode, Madelyn Antoinette St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Alden, John R. Collins, Francis X. Doolittle, William S. Farnsworth, James Howard Henderson, Karl I. Hurst, Milton Lauber, John Hayes Lauber, Sentha Lunin, Yale Sanford: (Seminole) Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Ericker, R. J. Woodhull, Mabel South Flomaton: (Escambia) Haag, Harry W. Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bryant, Robert Abner Cold, Paul E. Coyne, John R. Gavilla, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Guest, Lyle Orville Lentjes, Fred Peerman, Roy Wendell Roop, William Henry Smith, Walter Jerome (Col.) Sust y de Llanos, Aurelio A. Urbuteit, Fred Utrecht, William Viti-Mariani, Hannibal Tangerine: (Orange) Soda, Lawrence Edward West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Crandall, Charles R. 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. Missouri: Trussler, Clarence

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 19 Vew York: Friedman, Samuel Gold, Louis Golstein, Benjamin Lewis Grille, Edward Francis Hanoka, N. S. Matera, Joseph Mario Oliver!, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy North Dakota: Miller, Jacob H. Miller, Theresa Fetzer Ohio: Davis, Alexander Wenger, Ralph Webster Pennsylvania: Lindhe, Rolf E. Texas: Vogel, Max A. Utah: Schreiber, Augnst Virginia: Frischkorn, Carl Salem W ashington, D. C. Merley, John M. Schippell, Theresa Marie

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20 Florida State Board of Health Chiropodists Name Address Name A L Adams, J. E.St. Petersburg* Laubenthal, F. N. Adams, J. M.St. Petersburg LePompadour, F. S. Adams, L. B.St. Petersburg Lerner, S. J. Anderson, M.Tampa Levey, I. Applegate, J. M.—.St. Petersburg Levey, W. Arany, E. E..Orlando Levy, B. Lewy, L. B Lewy, M. Beishline, M. L.St. Petersburg Lewy, S. Brownsey, E. G.Tampa Lindley, R. E. Burns, M. J.New Jersey Lindsay, J. H. Livers, L. L. C London, L... Campagna, M.Daytona Beach Capper, G. I.Oregon Me Carsley, E. M.St. Petersburg McCormack, F. J. easier, R. L..Ft. Lauderdale McDermott, M. V. D M Danser, H. H.Daytona Beach Manship, G. R. Davis, W. A.Tallahassee Marsh, M. E. Devorsak, E. C.Mt. Dora Meister, J. L. Doherty, J. L.Miami Meyer, U. E. Dunn, C. S.New Jersey Moore, R. C. Dyrenforth, L. J.West Palm Beach Morley, A. R. Address .Miami -St. Petersburg .Pensacola Daytona Beach -Daytona Beach .New York ..New York .Tampa .Tampa —Winter Haven .Tampa .Ohio %  D a ytona Beach %  New York -New York ..DeLand —Mount Dora —Jacksonville —Palm Beach %  Miami (Col.) .New York £ N Egley, F. A.Connecticut Ehrenberg, A. M.Orlando Ellison, W. E.Tampa Girard, J. M. Gisler, C. C. Gisler, C. L. Glaser, S. Gleason, B. Goddard, G. R. Goldberg, E.. Goldwag, H. L.Griffin, U. M.„ .Miami .Orlando .Orlando St. Petersburg .Miami .Kentucky .New York .New York .Miami Hackel, C. Halton, R. E.. Hart, J. J. Hart, M. A. Hauch, R. D. Henchey, T. J. Heslop, J. W.Holmes, A. M. Hurd, E. B. H .Jacksonville .Sarasota .Miami .Miami .Illinois .West Palm Beach .Pennsylvania .—Orlando .Miami Nelson, G. St. Petersburg Palmes, W. R. Pelletier, G. A. Peters, M. J... Piper, E. M. Porter, F. L. Powers, C. L.... P .Sarasota .Miami Beach .Lakeland %  Ft. Myers. (Col.) .Palm Beach .St. Petersburg Q Quixley, C. L. Mt. Dora Raleigh, A. K. Redell, M. Reis, S. W. Rosen, L. Ross, S. B. Rowe, F. W.—, Rowe, J. T. Rowe, M. A. S, Ryan, A. E. Rymer, B. J. R .Orlando .New York .Palm Beach .Tampa .West Palm Beach .Miami .Miami .Miami ..Miami .New Jersey S J Jones, S. R.Miami K Koehl, J. F.West Palm Beach Sadowsky, B. H.New York Saner, P. J.St. Petersburg Scardulla, C. N.Miami Beach Schipper, J. F.Miami Schwartz, I. H.Miami Shannon, M. A.Miami

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Bureau of Vital Statistics CHIROPODISTS 21 Name Address Singer, L.Miami Skaley, J. H.Plant City Skinner, L. R.West Palm Beach Sonderling, H.New York T Taylor, J. B.Tampa Thomas, W. J.Illinois Thomson, R. C.Jacksonville Tonissen, O. J. L.Jacksonville Torpey, R. N.Massachusetts Name Address Vidler, J. W. M V .Orlando von M. Gerard, W.. Ward, G. M. Webb, E. L. Wellesley, A. w .Miami .Miami Beach Wikler, S. J. PenTisylvania Wiley, L. J. .Fort Walton Young, H. H. Y Chiropodists Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Campagna, Matthew Danser, Harriet Hinchcliffe Levey, Irving Levey, William London, Larry DeLand: (Volusia) Manship, George Russell Fort Lauderdale: (Broward) easier, Robert Leroy Ft. Myers: (Lee) Piper, Ella Mertie (Col.) Ft. Walton: (Okaloosa) Wiley, Lydia Jayne Jacksonville: (Duval) Hackel, Carl Meister, John Louis Thomson, Raymond Carl Tonissen, Otto J. L. Lakeland: (Polk) Peters, Mathilde J. \liami: (Dade) Doherty, James Lawrence Girard, Joseph Murph Gleason, Bertha Griffin, Undine M. Hart, John James Hart, Mary Ann Hurd, Edward B. Jones, Sidney R. Laubenthal, Frederick Nicholas Moore, Ruth C. (Col.) Rowe, Fannie Weeks Rowe, James Tonking Rowe, Maude Anna Shannon Ryan, Avis Emily Schipper, J. F. Schwartz, I. H. Shannon, Marilla A. Singer, Louis von M. Gerard, William Webb, Eugene LeHardy Young, Harry Himan Miami Beach: (Dade) Pelletier, George Arthur Scardulla, Chris N, Wellesley, Arthur Mt. Dora: (Lake) Devorsak, Emric Carl Marsh, Mildred E. Quixley, Charles Lyle Orlando: (Orange) Arany, Egmont Edward Ehrenberg, Arno M. Gisler, Charles Christian Gisler, Charles Leonard Holmes, Addie M. Raleigh, Anna Kaiser Vidler, J. W. M. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Meyer, Ulrick E. Porter, Fred Linwood Reis, Solly Williams Pensacola: (Escambia) Lerner, Sidney J. Plant City: (Hillsborough) Skaley, John H. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Adams, Joy E. Adams, James Milton Adams, Loney B. Applegate, Jack Moore Beishline, Mearl Lee Carsley, Elsie May Glaser, Sylvia LePompadour, Francis S. Nelson, Georgiana Powers, Clement L. Saner, Peter J. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Halton, Richard Everson Palmes, William R. Tallahassee: (Leon) Davis, William A. Tampa: (Hillsborough) Anderson, Mary Brownsey, Edgar George Ellison, William Edwin Lewy, Morris Lewy, Scofield Lindsay, John Hubert Rosen, Louis Taylor, John B. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Dyrenforth, Lewis J. Henchey, Thomas Joseph Koehl, Joseph F. Ross, Sidney B. Skinner, Lena R. Winter Haven: (Polk) Lindley, Russell E.

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22 Connecticut: Egley, Fred August Illinois: Hauch, Robert Dixon Thomas, William Jay Kentucky: Goddard, Glen R. Massachusetts: Torpey, Richard N. New Jersey: Burns, Margaret J. Florida State Board of Health CHIROPODISTS Dunn, Charles Seymour Rymer, Bernard Joseph New York: Goldberg, Edward Goldwag, Harry L. Levy, Ben Lewy, Louis McCormack, Ferden Jerome McDermott, Mary V. Morley, Arthur R. Redell, Monroe Sadowsky, Bernard H. Sonderling, Herman Ward, George M. Ohio: Livers, Lorene L. Oregon: Capper, George I. Pennsylvania: Heslop, James Wesley Wikler, Simon Joseph

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23 Bureau of Vital Statistics Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVI AN ACT to Require the Re^stration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practic ing the Medical and/or Material HealingÂ’ 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: 3398. 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 re^stering, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the same complied with all the requirements as to examination required by law; that no money was paid for such license except the regular fee paid by all applicants therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in any material reg-ard 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. 3399. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medi cal and/or materiaL systems of healing and every other person hereafter duly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of One ($1.00) Dollar. 3400. 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 residence address, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take 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

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24 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath. 3401. 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 regis tration, 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. 3402. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st. 3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. 7703. 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. This Act shall take effect immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its becoming a law vdthout such approval. Approved by the Governor, May 28, 1927.

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25 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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 taug’ht and practiced in the standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as here inafter 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 prac titioners 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 ex aminers] 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 as 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 Imown and con stitute the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter re ferred 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 examina tion all applicants shall be notified in writing. The compensation of ex aminers 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 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 Iward.

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26 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 6. Pay in advance to the board, fees as follows: (a) F or 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 provi sions 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, includ ing obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructions in anesthetics, antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotes, to teach prin ciples 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 equiva lent 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 ostopathic 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) C o rrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 27 (e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis, psychiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery. 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 exam ination 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. Psysiology. 10. G 3 mecology. 4. Pathology. 11. Obstetrics. 5. Hygiene. 12. Medical jurisprudence. 6. 7. Toxicology. Diagnosis. 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 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 ex aminers may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteo pathy 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 authoril^ 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 licen tiates 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 de partments to which the same are made.

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28 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 osteopahic physicians and surgeons the right to practice as taught and practiced in the standard colleges of osteopathy. (Id. §13.) 3430. Refusial and revocation of license.—The State board of osteo pathic 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.) 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, suspen sion and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also 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.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 3433. Registration of osteopathic physicians.—This section provides for re^stration 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 the 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.) 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.) 29

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30 Florida State Board of Health Florida Chiropractic Law CHAPTER 9330, No. 212 AS AMENDED 1937 AN ACT to Regulate the Practice of Chiropractic; to Create and Provide for the Appointment of a Board of Chiropractic Examiners; to Define the Powers and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty for Violation of the Provisions of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Board: Qualifications.—There is hereby created and established a Board to be known as the “Florida State Board of Chiro practic 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, con tinuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are graduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, phy siology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.—The Governor shall within thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appoint three (3) Doctors of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualificatons specified in Section One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Board. SECTION 3. 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 terms of members of the Board shall be for three years; provided that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is hereby empow ered 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 Act. SECTION 4. Board: Organization.—Said Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers shall convene within thirty (30) 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 meetings of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said Board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified. SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.—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 finished. Special Meetings may be called and held at such time and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer may determine. At least thirty (30) days’ notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecu tive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. SECTION 6. 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 31 SECTION 7. Board: Licensing.—All Doctors of Chiropractic, practic ingin the State of Florida, when this Act becomes a law, 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 there for, providing application shall be made to said Board prior to January 1st, A. D. 1924. SECTION 8. (As Amended 1937): Applicants: Qualifications.—Any person desiring 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 (20) days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said Board and receive a certificate to practice from said Board. Each applicant shall be a graduate from an accredited high school and shall be a full-time graduate of a recognized chartered Chiropractic School or College which requires for graduation the completion of a four years’ course of not less than six months each and not less than four thousand (4000) hours’ active attend ance in the same. The time spent in night or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said four thousand (4000) hours. Applications shall be made and signed in applicant’s 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 expe rience 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 with diploma awarded to applicant by school and college in which such studies were pursued. Certificates of attendance from the School or College from which he is graduate, stating date of matriculation, gradua tion, and numbers of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence of good character and reputa tion. SECTION 9. 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 ($25.00) dollars, which shall accompany the application. A fee of ten ($10.00) dollars shall be charged for a second examination. The Board of Examiners may grant a license without ex amination to licentiates of Boards from other States who meet the re quirements of this Act, 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 (1) year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars shall be charged for issuing a license by reciprocity. SECTION 10. Methods.—Examination for License to practice Chiro practic shall be made by said Board according to the method deemed by it the most practicable and expeditious to test the applicant’s 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. SECTION 11 (As Amended 1937): Subjects.—All examinations shall be made in writing, the subject of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Hygiene, Chiropractic, Analysis, (Chiropractic Orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by recognized Chiropractic Schools and Colleges. A certificate shall be granted to all applicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum ( 7 5 % ) of all questions asked: and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum (60%) of all questions asked on any one branch of said examinations, he or she shall not be entitled to a certificate.

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32 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 12 (As Amended 1937): Definition.—Any Chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Act may adjust three hundred or more articulations of the body and all structures adjacent thereto, including the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics. SECTION 13 (As Amended 1937): 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 before the 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. All certificates to practice Chiropractic in the State of Florida shall expire on the 30th day of September following the issuing thereof, except that any holder of any such certificate may have the same renewed from year to year by the payment of an annual fee of $5.00 to the Board. SECTION 14: Record of Certificates: Susij^nsion: Revocation: Pro cedure: Re-issue 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 that 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 certificat 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 im probable 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 deception or fraud in the practice of Chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Act. 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 be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall for the hearing of said charges by the said Board, which notice of the said time and place shall be also be notified in writing of the time and place not more than twenty days from the date of said suspen sion, further time may be granted by said Board for said hearing upon

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 33 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 Bojo^d, 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 Board by 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 havingjurisdiction, 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 an appellate court, if any 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 shall be disqualified from practicing Chiropractic in the State of Florida. SECTION 15. Issue and Re-issue 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 Act. 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 ($25.00) Dollars, upon the issuance thereof, pro vided, however, that before the said Board shall issue a certificate to an applicant to whom certificate has been refused upon the grounds in this Act stated, or restore the certificate of any person which may have been revoked, the Board shall publish notice in a newspaper of general circula tion, once a week for two consecutive weeks, of the application before said Board to issue or re-issue the certificate of the person to whom a certificate has been refused, or a i)erson 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. SECTION 16. Recording of Certificates.—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.

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Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 17. Disposition of Fees.—All examination fees received by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners under this Act 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. SECTION 18. Annual Statement.—The Secretary-Treasurer of said Board shall, within thirty (30) 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. SECTION 19. 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 SecretaryTi'easurer of said 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 Act. SECTION 20. 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 account 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 inspec tion, and subject to examination by the State Auditor. SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary-Treasurer.—The said Secretary-Treas urer of said Board shall give bond, to be approved and kept by the Comp troller in the sum of One Thousand ($1,000.00) 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 Act to the State Treasurer as herein provided. SECTION 22. Payment of Expenses.—All members of said Board shall receive a per diem of twenty ($20.00) 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 Act, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State Board of Examiners, and not otherwise. SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges.—The Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School or College. In de termining the reputability 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. SECTION 24. Board of Health Regulations.—All 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 35 SECTION 25. 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. SECTION 26. Penalties for Violations.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice Chiropractic as defined in this Act, and in violation of the provisions thereof, 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 this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than Five Hundred ($500.00) 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 or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any adver tisement 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 this Act. SECTION 27. Non-interference with other Methods or Science of Healing.—Nothing in this Act 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 having been thereto licensed to so practice under any law of this State. SECTION 28. 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 the Act, 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 Act whenever they come into possession of same. The Board may employ an Attomey-at-Law to assist the said Prosecuting Attorneys in all prosecutions under this Act, or may employ an Attorney-at-Law to prosecute violations of this Act independent of such Prosecuting Attorneys. SECTION 29. If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Act 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 Act, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid, and the remaining portion of this Act shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. SECTION 30. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. SECTION 31. This Act shall take effect upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or becoming a law without such approval.

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36 Florida State Board of Health Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XXI Naturopathy 3469. Naturopathy defined.—For the purpose of this Chapter natureoand naturopathy shall be construed as synonymous terms and are hereby defined to mean the use and practice of psychologrical, 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. Naturopathic practice employs, among other agencies, phytotherapy, dietetics, psycho-therapy, suggesto-therapy, hydro-therapy, zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applications, electro-therapy, mechano therapy, mechanical and electrical appliances, hygiene, first aid, sanitation and heliotherapy: Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be held or construed to authorize any naturopathic physician licensed hereimder to practice materia medica or surgery or chiropractic, nor shall the pro visions of this Chapter in any manner apply to or affect the practice of osteopathy, chiropractic, Christian Science, or any other treatment author ized 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 naturopathy in the State of Florida as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred 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 appointment. 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.) 34721 Members of board; oath of office.—Before entering upon the duties of said office, the members of the said board shall take the constitu tional 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. As 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 appointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president and secretarytreasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two regular meet ings 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 suc cessive weeks in one or more newspapers of general circulation throughout

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 37 the State. Special or call meeting's 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 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 perform ance of its duties, and shall examine and pass upon the qualifications of applicants for the practice of naturopathy in this State as herein provided. T^e officers of the board shall have power to administer 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 writing 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 naturopathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the following branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hy giene and sanitation, chemistry, diagnosis, symptomatology, non-surgical gynecolo^, 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 prac tical demonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct of written examinations 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 naturo pathy as defined by this Chapter. All applications for examination 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 qualifications of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfactory examina tion. (Id. §6.) 3475. Temporary license.—The board may in its discretion issue a temporary 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

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38 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 examinations, and only until then, when said license shall become void. A temporary license shall not be recorded. (Id. §7.) 3476. Fees.—There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the said board by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the application. The said fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee for examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances or conditions, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Id. §8.) 3477. Registration fee .—K fee of five dollars shall be paid by every person practicing naturopathy within this State on or before the first day of May of each year after a license is issued to such person, for a renewal of said license. The secretary-treasurer shall, thirty days before May first, of each year, send to all licensed naturopaths in this State a notice of the fact that such renewal will be due on or before the first day of May. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to require that renewals shall be recorded as original licenses are required to be recorded. (Id. §9.) 3478. Deposit of fees received; expenses; report of receipts and dis bursements.—All fees received under this Chapter shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit the same, to the credit and for the use of the State Board of naturopathic examiners, and shall pay the same out only upon written order issued and signed by the secretarytreasurer and president of said board. The expenses of the board in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be paid out of this fund and the remainder to be divided equally among the members of the board, and not otherwise. The secretary-treasurer shall, on the first Tuesday of October, of every year, file with the Governor of the State a report of all receipts and disbursements and proceeds of said board for the fiscal year. The secretary-treasurer shall be required to give a good and sufficient bond in such amount and upon such terms and conditions as the board may require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. §10.) 3479. —Recording license.—All licenses issued as herein provided, shall be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which applicant practices, and the date of recording of same shall be indicated thereon. Said clerk shall keep a permanent record of the same, and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so recorded. (Id. §11.) 3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.—Doctors of naturo pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, county and municipal regu lations in regard to the control of contagious and infectious diseases; the reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all other matters pertaining to the public health in the same manner as is required of other practitioners of the healing art. (Id. §12.) 3481. —Duty of prosecuting attorney to prosecute offenders against law. —It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in which person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be considered as interfering with any person engaged in 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.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 39 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-treasurr 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 registra tion 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 State 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, narcotics 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 advertising; (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. Proceeding; 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 per son 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 crossexamine 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 proceedings of said board reviewed by certiorari, in the circuit court of the circuit in which said license is recorded. The accused shall have

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40 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 the ri^ht 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 trans mit 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 “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.) 7725. Practicing naturopathy without license; penalty.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathy or who shall use any of the terms or letters “naturopath,” “natureopath>” “naturopathic physician,” “doctor of naturopathy,” “N. D.” or any other title, terms or letters under any circumstances whatsoever, so as to mislead the public to believe that the person so using such term or terms is engaged in the practice of naturopathy, without having complied with the provisions of sections 3469-3486, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than thirty days nor more than six months or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §13.) 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 unlawfully 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. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §19.)

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41 Bureau of Vital Statistics General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933 CHAPTER 15911 — (No. 64) Chiropody AN ACT Defining and Regulating the Practice of Chiropody, Providing for the Examination and Licensing of Chiropodists, Providing for exemp tions From This Act, Creating a Board of Chiropody Examiners, Providing Penalties for the Violation of This Act, Repealing Laws in Conflict Here with 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, medical, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof; and shall include the use and prescription 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 applica tion upon a blank form authorized and furnished by the Board of Chiropody Examiners hereinafter created, to the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board of Chiropody Examiners, which license shall be granted to such applicants after they shall have furnished satisfactory proof of being at least twentyone years of age and of good moral character, but only upon compliance with the following conditions: SECTION 3. REGISTRATION OF CHIROPODISTS WITHOUT EX AMINATION.—Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practitioner of chiropody, who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unrevoked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter 12197 otherwise 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, satisfactory 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 $5.00, 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 entitled 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 Examiners, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of anatomy, chemistry, dermatology, diagnosis, materia-medica, pathology, 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

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42 Vlorida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 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 $2,5.00, which shall accompany the application, to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners. Any applicant 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 re quirements and extending the same reciprocal privileges to Chiropodists 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 engaged in said practice in the State of Florida, and the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners who shall ex-officio act as execu tive officer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners; the first member appointed by the Governor 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 chiropodists and Shall not use any title or abbreviation thereof without the designation “Chiropodist, practice limited to foot and leg,” thus indicating a limitation of pro fessional 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 unprofessional 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 prac ticing 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 Secretary-Treasurer. The SecretaryTreasurer shall give to the Governor of the State 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, beginning with October 1st, 1933, and such additional meetings not exceeding three each year at such times and places as the executive officer shall direct. SECTION 9. Any person violating any of the provisions of this Act,

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Bureau of Vital Statistics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 43 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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Florida State Board of Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937 (SENATE BILL NO. 154) AN ACT to require practitioners of every kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing arts to place and keep at the entrances of their offices or usual places of business words or proper abbreviations denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art they are licensed to practice. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Every person licensed under the laws of the State of Florida to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathic medicine, chiropractic, naturopathy, chiropody, pediatry or any other kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art, whenever actively engaged in the practice of same, or whenever holding himself or herself out as a practi tioner of same, shall cause to be placed and kept in a conspicuous place at each entrance to his or her office or usual place of business, words or proper abbreviations, in intelligible lettering not less than two and onehalf inches in height and one inch in width clearly denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art he or she is licensed to practice under the laws of the State of Florida. SECTION 2. Any person convicted of a violation of this chapter shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars or by im prisonment in the county jail for a period of not more than six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed in so far as they conflict with this Act. SECTION 4. 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 24, 1937.

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45 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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, chiropractic, naturopaths, midwives and all others practicingthe medical and/or material heal ing 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 in formation 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. 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.”

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46 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION No. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS — PODIATRISTS Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice. I am of the opinion that the words “every other medical and/or material method of the practice of the healing art,” as used in this Act are words of general import which are limited by the specification of the particular words theretofore used and that the principle of noscitur a sociis or ejus idem generis applies and limits the general words to the same class of things as are covered by the specific words. In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kindred and similar to the practice of medicine but is limited to a specific portion of the human body. Dentists on the other hand, can hardly be called practitioners of the same kind of science as ordinary doctors, and, therefore, I think that they are excluded, unless, of course, the practice of dentistry is held to em brace the right to give treatments for human ailments due to correction of dental deficiencies. As I understand the same, some dentists do this and some dentists do not. It is possible that there might be a distinction between the practice of dentistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, if the license of the 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 re quirement to register as would the podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by a consideration of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regulations of the Dental Board and the laws of Florida. OPINION No. 22 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS — PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS Section 2 of Chapter 12(>05 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 natufiopaths. The practice of naturopathy is defined as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem to include professional masseurs, which practitioner would fall under the classification of those engaged in the practice of material health science used to aid in the purifying, cleansing and normalizing of the human tissues for the preservation of, and restoration of health. Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons en gaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional mas seurs are engaged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, re quired to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.

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47 Bureau of Vital Statistics OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION No. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICS — 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 certifi cate 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 pre servation 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 provisions of Section 3398 to 3403, Compiled Laws, 1927, relating to regis tration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not prevent the practitioner from complying with the same and thereby avoid ing 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. 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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1938 Registration of Practitioners of Osteopathy Chiropractic Naturopathy Chiropody In Florida -35 f Vfp 192Q Issued by Bureau of Vital Statistics State Board of Health

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President, Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville A. Wm. Morrison, Miami W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville •FLO R I CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Edward M. L’Engle, M.D., Director Jacksonville

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Table of Contents Pagrc Members of Examining Boards____ 4 Doctors of Osteopathy..... 6 Doctors of Chiropractic .—.12 Doctors of Naturopathy 16 Doctors of Chiropody ....^ Registration Law .—.^ Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy 25 Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic 30 Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy. 36 Law Governing Practice of Chiropody..41 Designation Bill 44 Opinions of the Attorney General—...^...46

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CENTRAL BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, February 16, 1939 SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the regis tration of Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the eleventh annual com pilation 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. This eleventh annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses as of time of registra tion, of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1938. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1937, but failed to register again for 1938. Respectfully, Director, Bureau of Vital Statistics W. A. McPHAUL, M.D. Secretary, State Board of Health

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4 Florida State Board of Health MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOARDS State Beard of Osteopathic Medical Examiners A. C Love JOY, I). O., Winter Haven, term expires July 29, 1939 E. W. Flynn, L). O. Tallahassee, term expires July 29, 1940 C. S. Bail, D. O., Eustis, term expires August 11, 1940 Norval £. Brown, D. O., Tampa, term expires August 16, 1941 A. G. Chappell, D. O., Jacksonville, term expires August 20, 1940 Ralph B. Ferguson, D. O., Miami, term expires August 25, 1938 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners Daniel K. Kirk, D. C., Jacksonville, term expires July 12, 1939 A. M. Morgan, D. C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 1940 D. I. Rainey, D. C., Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1942 State Board of Naturopathic Examiners T. W. Evans, N. D., Miami, term expires July 16, 1941 Yale S. Lunin, N. D., St. Petersburg, term expires July 15, 1942 w /at ter T. Perry, N. D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15, 1939 State Board of Chiropody Examiners Otto J. L. Tonissen, Jacksonville, term expires January 5, 1940 Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1959 Harry H. Young, Miami, term expires January 15, 1939 Information concerning members constituting above Boards submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, February 4, 1939.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 Doctors of Osteopathy Address Name Address .Massachusetts Burnard, H. W.New York .Coral Gables Burns, T.Massachusetts .New York Bush, I. E.Jacksonville .New York Bush, L. E.Jacksonville Massachusetts C Cahill, J. B.St. Petersburg .Eustis Caine, A. B.Indiana .England Calhoun, J. C.Ft. Lauderdale .Kentucky Callison, C. P.Texas .Orlando Cann, D. S.Daytona Beach .Missouri Carlisle, V. R.Wisconsin St. Petersburg Carlson, H. S.Bartow -.Pennsylvania Carlson, 0.Bradenton .Punta Gorda Carr, I. M.Sebring .Ohio Carter, W. C.California .Tampa Cathcart, N. H.Michigan St. Petersburg Cave, F. A.St. Petersburg .Kansas Chappell, A. G.Jacksonville ...Winter Haven Clay, G. R.Tampa .Illinois Coker, D. C.Panama City .Illinois Coker, R. P.Panama City ...Miami Collins, H. L.Illinois .New York Comstock, B. H. Lakeland .Illinois Conklin, H. L.New Jersey ..Delaware Conklin, M. A.Miami .Tampa Conkling, M. T. H.Lakeland North Carolina Conn, M. Iowa .Plant City Cottrell, M. K.Ohio .Tampa Covey, F. A.Maine .Maine Cox, M. M.Miami .Hollywood Cozart, J. A.Pennsylvania .Ohio Crain, W. L.Indiana .Miami Crosby, C. A.Illinois ..Miami Crutchfield, W. E.Miami .California Curry, E. K. Missouri .Georgia Custis, W, W.Ohio .Georgia ^ .Kansas ^ D.Indiana Damm, W. B.Wisconsin .Indiana Davies, 0. P.St. Petersburg .Ohio Davis, C. H.Illinois .Virginia Day, E. F.Kentucky .Tampa Day, G. E.Tampa .Illinois Day, M. C. Iowa .Connecticut Denby, C. H.Homestead .North Carolina Denniston, E. L.Pennsylvania Daytona Beach DeShaw, R. G.DeLand .Indiana Diebold, W. A.California West Palm Beach Dillabough, A. H.St. Petersburg .Safety Harbor Doe, A. H.Zephyrhills ...Kansas Dorrance, H. J.Pennsylvania .Rhode Island Dove, C. E.West Palm Beach ...Tampa Dove, N. H.West Palm Beach ...Maine Downing, W. J. Jllinois .Orlando Drew, I. W.Pennsylvania .Tennessee Drew, M. S.Pennsylvania .Orlando Duffe, P. E. Jacksonville

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Dunk, G. H. W.Miami Dunning^, J. J.England Dye, A. McK.North Carolina E Elfrink, B. M. Ellison, W. H. Enright, T. M. Erbe, H. H. Eroh, C. Erwin, E. P. Erwin, M. B. %  North Carolina ..St, Petersburg .Miami ...Massachusetts ...St Petersburg .Miami .Miami Farr, B. H. C. Farrar, J. M. Ferguson, D. M. Ferguson, R. B. Ferris, E. M. Flynn, E. T. “Pat”. Flynn, E. W. Fogarty, J. P. Foley, W. K. Foster, J. E. Foster, S. D. Fraser, J. M. Frison, G. W. Frost, E. M. Fuller, C. G. .New Smyrna .Miami .Indiana .Miami ..Massachusetts .Tallahassee .Tallahassee .Indiana .Miami Beach %  North Carolina .North Carolina .Sarasota .DeLand .Winter Park .Orlando G Gants, S. L. Garfield, H. F. Gates, O. B. George, H., Ill. Getchell, C. E.. Gettinger, D. R. Ghostley, R. C. Gibbs, S. B. Gingerich, L. E. Glascock, A. D. Glezen, R. A. Gnau, C, U.. Goehring, H. M. Gray, E. K. Gregory, P. D. Groenewoud, J. C. Gulick, E. A.— Guy, J. E.. .Rhode Island .Illinois .Michigan .Delaware ..Ft. Pierce .Arcadia .Canada .Miami Beach .Miami %  _St. Petersburg .Michigan .Ft. Myers .Pennsylvania .Wisconsin .Fort Myers ..Illinois .Iowa .North Carolina H Hain, N. M.Miami Hall, W. C...Indiana Harper, J. Orlando Harris, A. J....Tennessee Harris, E. L.Georgia Harris, F. W.Daytona Beach Name Harter, B. P. Havens, R. L. Heberle, C. K. Heldt, C. H. Hensley, A. S... Herroder, T. L Herst, S. J.. Herzfeld, M. Hicks, A. B. Hildreth, A. G. Hillyer, C. C. Hoffman, A. T. Holt, W. L. Houghton, R. B. Houpt, C. J. Hovis, J. C. Howell, J. C. Hubbell, P. R Hunter, M. G Hurd, N. M.. Hutton, D. F. Irvine, S. W.. Jeffers, H. S Jennings, C. H. Johnson, L. C Jones, E. O.... Kahn, S. B. Kane, J. E. Kell, R. J. Keller, F. B.. Keyes, L. S.... Kelley, H. L Kidder, E. M. Kidwell, J. H. Killoren, F. E Kingsbury, L. C Kinney, B. E Kinney, L. F Kirkpatrick, H. T Kline, J. L. Knapj), F. C. Landes, H. V. Larimore, L. S Larmoyeux, L. J Larue, J. B Latchaw, T. S Lewis, C. H. Little, A. J. Long, C. B. Love, S. R.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 7 Name Address Lovejoy, A. C.Winter Haven Loveland, M. M.California Lumley, L. E.Lakeland Me McCaslin, J. A. McCaughan, R. C. McConnell, T. I. McCormick, J. J. McDonough, W. M. McKinley, C. A. McLean, T. R. McMains, H. St. Petersburg ..Illinois ...Pennsylvania ....Miami .Illinois ..Miami .New York .Orlando Manchester, R. G. Martin, B. F. Martin, C. C. Martin, 0. F. Maurer, M. E.. Meador, A. P. Medlar, S. A. Merner, H. B. Metcalf, C. A. Miller, G. M. Miller, L.. Miller, P. H. Miller, R. L.. Miller, S. A. Mitchell, C. T.. Mochrie, E. Money, J. V. Monroe, J. R. Montague, C. C., Jr.... Moore, G. W. Moore, R. D. Morgan, C. McA. Morris, C. H. Moseley, J. R. Mulford, J. W. Mummaw, G. K.. Muncie, C. H. Murphy, R. W.. Mutschler, 0. C._ .Gainesville .St. Petersburg .California .Massachusetts .Ohio .West Virginia .^...Pennsylvania .Jacksonville .Maine .Orlando .Miami Beach .Pennsylvania .Tennessee .Iowa .Tennessee .Iowa .Michigan ..Ohio .Sarasota .Pennsylvania Washington, D. C. .Colorado .Illinois .St. Augustine .Ohio .Ohio .New York .Daytona Beach .Pennsylvania N Nelson, F. C.Massachusetts Nikola, G. F.New York Noeling, G. D.St. Petersburg Noeling, G. D., Jr.Pennsylvania Northern, R. J..Pennsylvania O Odden, L. H...New Jersey Ogle, J. M.Washington iOrr, J. S.West Palm Beach J Osborn, E. E.St. Petersburg |Osborn, H. C....New Jersey Parker, F. A.. Patterson, R. D. Pence, H. O. Pettit, H. J. Pettapiece, H. J. Pheils, E. H. Pierce, E. G. Pierce, H. J.. Pierce, H. V. Pierce, M. M. Pohlig, W. A. Pollard, C. E. Powrie, J. D.. Pressly, M. W., Jr.. Printy, S. Proctor, C. W. Purdon, W. F. Purnell, E. Address .Canada ...New Jersey .Missouri .New York .Maine .Ohio .Bradenton .Ohio .Bradenton .Bradenton ...New Jersey .Illinois .Maimi .Tampa .Colorado .Miami .Ft. Myers %  Pennsylvania Q Quartel, H. W. Quick, R. T. .Ohio Palm Beach Rader, N. L. Raffenberg, M. G. Ramsey, E. L. Ramsey, F. E. Ranagan, F. J. Rankin, F. Reid, McM. J. Reitmeyer, F. T... Rich, J. R. Richards, T. J. Richardson, G. A.. Richardson, H. J.. Ripley, G. H., Jr... Robinson, L. A. Rhodes, B. Rogers, R. W. Root, C. B.. Rossman, W. F. Rothmeyer, G. S. Routzahn, B. M... Rowson, A. F. Runyen, A. R %  West Palm Beach .Tampa .West Virginia .West Virginia .Miami Beach .St. Petersburg .Ohio ..New Jersey .Michigan .Jacksonville ..Mt. Dora .Miami ..Miami Beach .Daytona Beach .Rhode Island .New Jersey .Michigan .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Lakeland .England .Tampa S Sams, D. R...Sarasota Sartwell, J. 0.Massachusetts Saunders, A. B.Pensacola Saunders, E. A.Canada Sawyer, J. H.Massachusetts Scaife, M. E.Illinois Schumacher, E. L.Eustis Schwieger, J. S.Michigan Seaman, K. L.California Seay, T. G..Ft. Myers

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8 Florida State Board oj Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Addre: Sellards, D. D. Shalett, I. J. Shay, W. G. Shellenberger, J. M. Shifflett, E. E. Shoemaker, P. A. Shull, D. R. Shupert, M. E. Sieg’ert, A. M. Simmons, H. F. Simpson, J. H. Singleton, R. 0. Slater, A. B. Sluyter, E. G.... Smith, A. W. Smith, H. R. Smith, J. R. Smith, S. P. Smyth, B. Snedeker, 0. O. Spalding, M. R. Spence, T. T. Spicer, E. W. Staff, L. E. Stahlman, H. E. Stem, H. L.. Stewart, C. B. Stewart, H. H. Stewart, J. J. Stinson, J. A. Strayer, V. A. Strobell, E. G. W. Sullivan, A. Swartz, C. H. .Michigan .Maine .Michigan .Pennsylvania .California .Michigan .Ft. Lauderdale .Miami .Indiana .....Pennsylvania ..Jacksonville .Tampa .Kansas .Michigan ..Massachusetts ..St. Petersburg .Wyoming .New York ....Palm Harbor .Michigan ..Massachusetts .North Carolina .Connecticut .Illinois .Pennsylvania .....Pennsylvania .Minnesota .Minnesota .Indiana .St. Petersburg .Orlando .California .Illinois .Lakeland Teets, C. P. Thompson, J. W. Tibe, R. T. Tilley, M. R. Tillman, C. G.... Tindall, A. W... Tindall, C. C. Tindall, K. B. Washington, D. C. .New York .Missouri .Illinois .Georgia .Pensacola .Kissimmee .Orlando Toepfer, H. C. Town, F. M. Towne, A. D... Treble, J. M.. Tucker, A. R... Tuttle, F. U Underwood, R. E. ...Pennsylvan St. Petersbui -North Carolir ..Miar Connectici V Vandagrift, E. C.Oca|| Van der Voort, P. C.Oh van de Sande, T. W.New Jers€ Vogler, C. W.Delray Bea< von Behren, F. F.West Palm Bea< von Stirne, S. G. Cresswell.Wiscons^ W Walker, C. N. Walker, H. M. Waller, C. F. Waller, M. E. Ward, D. C. Waybright, K. O. Weber, W. G. Weissberg, E. B. Wheeler, G. D. Wheeler, S. E. Whitaker, H. K. Wiley, E. W.. Wilson, H. C. Wilson, P. E. Wilson, R. E. Wilson, R. W. Wilson, R. H. Wirt, F. C. Wise, H. P., Jr. Wise, H. T. Withers, A. M. Wunderlich, R. C. ..Clearwat' .Texj .Miai .Indiai .Winter Pai .Jacksonvil .Miai .Sarasoi .Vero Bea .Lakelai ....Miami Bear .Jacksonvil .New Yo:; ..Barto’ Daytona Beat, Daytona Beat. .Pennsylvan, ..Dade Ci .Jllinc, .mine. ..Jacksonvil! -St. Petersbur Y Yeamans, W. H.St. Petersbu;: Doctors of Osteopathy Arcadia: (DeSoto) Gettinger, Donald Rufus Bartow; (Polk) Carlson, Henry S. Wilson, Paul Emerson Bradenton; (Manatee) Carlson, Oscar Pierce, Emery George Pierce, Harold Vickery Pierce, M. Margaret Clearwater; (Pinellas) Walker, Clarence Neel Coral Gables; (Dade) Andrews, Hazel M. Dade City; (Pasco) Wirt, Frederick Cravens Daytona Beach; (Volusia) Briley, Morris P. Cann, Donald Stephen

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 9 Harris, Frances Walton Houghton, Richard B. Murphy, Robert William Robinson, Lloyd A. Wilson, Robert E. Wilson, Ruth Weurich DeLand: (Volusia) DeShaw, Roy Gilbert Frison, George Warren Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Vogler, Charles W. Eustis: (Lake) Ball, Clarence Strouse Schumacher, Erwin Leopold Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Calhoun, John Collier Shull, David Riley Ft Myers: (Lee) Gnau, Charles Urban Gregory, Paul Donald Purdon, Walter F. Seay, T. G. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Gainesville: (Alachua) Manchester, Raymond George Haines City: (Polk) Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: (Broward) Bingham, 0. Alfred Homestead: (Dade) Denby, Charles Henry Jacksonville: (Duval) Bush, Ida Ellis Bush, L. E. Chappell, Arthur George Duffe, Paul Edgar Hillyer, Charles Clifton Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Larmoyeux, Louis John Merner, Harry Burdette Richards, Truman J. Simpson, John Henry Waybright, Kenneth O. Wiley, Edgel W. Withers, Avis M. Kissimmee: (Osceola) Tindall, Charles C. Lakeland: (Polk) Comstock, Byron Herbert Conkling, Mattie T. H. Keller, Fred B. Lumley, Leila Embry Routzahn, Ben Moody Swartz, Clyde Haven Wheeler, Sarah E. Lake Wales: (Polk) Kingsbury, Louis C. Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Little, Albert James Leesburg: (Lake) Hunter, Melville Gunby Miami: (Dade) Beeman, Martin Scudder Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Conklin, Marion A. Cox, Martha M. Crutchfield, William E. Dunk, George Hendry Walter Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Farrar, J. Marvin Ferguson, Ralph B. Gingerich, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow McCormick, James J. McKinley, Carroll Alexander Powrie, James D. Proctor, Charles Willis Richardson, Horace James Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Tuttle, Frances Waller, Charles Foster Weber, Winifred G. Miami Beach: (Dade) Foley, Walter Kane Gibbs, Stephen Bradford Miller,Louis Ranagan, Frances Josephine Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Mount Dora: (Lake) Richardson, Gerald A, New Smyrna: (Volusia) Farr, Bertrand, H. C. Ocala: (Marion) Vandagrift, E. C. Orlando: (Orange) Barry, Edward Joseph Brundage, Clarence Lester Bullock, Benoni A. Fuller, Caroline Griffin Harper, Josephine Houpt, Calvin James Howell, Joseph Corwin Hurd, Nettie M. McMains, Harrison Miller, Gerard Matthew Strayer, Vere A. Tindall, Kenneth B. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Quick, Roy Terwilliger Palm Harbor: (Pinellas) Smyth, Benjamin Panama City: (Bay) Coker, Doris Campbell Coker, Royal Philip Pensacola: (Escambia) Hoffman, Arthur Theodore Saunders, Aubrey Burton Tindall, Amos Willard Plant City: (Hillsborough) Berry, John Morrison Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Baugher, Leland Guy Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Brookman, Edwin Charles St. Augustine: (St.Johns) Moseley, James Robert St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Beatty, Dale Clinton Cahill, James Bray ton Cave, Francis A. Davies, Owen P. Dillabough, Alyn Henry Ellison, William Henry Eroh, Calvin Glascock, Alfred Dean Jennings, Charles Henry Love, Samuel Robert

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10 Florida State Board oj Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY I McCaslin, James A. Martin, Basil Fer^son Noeling-, George D. Osborn, Earl Evers Rankin, Florence Smith, Hunter R. Stinson, James Antone Town, Florence May Wunderlich, Ray Charles Yeamans, Willis H. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Fraser, James MacDonald Kell, Robert John Montague, Charles C., Jr. Sams, Daniel Raymond Weissberg, Elias B. Sebring: (Highlands) Carr, Iva Mae Tallahassee: (Leon) Flynn, Egmund Thomas “Pat” Flynn, Emmett William Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bean, E. Harry Berry, Albert E. Berry, Nelle S. Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Norval Edward Clay, George Randall Day, Guilbert E. 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. Orr, J. Starl 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) Frost, Edgar Major Ward, Daniel C. Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Doe, Albin H. California: Blanchard, James Franklin Carter, Walter Caldwell Diebold, Wendell August Herroder, Theodore L. Holt, W. Luther Loveland, Mark M. Martin, Charles C. Seaman, Kent L. Shifflett, Ella Edwards Strobell, Emily Griffith Wilson Colorado: Morgan, Cleveland McAlister Printy, Sylvia Connecticut: Brake, Dewitt Henderson Spicer, Ernest W. Underwood, Ralph Emerson Delaware: Berlin, Franklin Joseph George, Henry III Georgia: Blauvelt, Rudd Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Harris, Edwin Lewis Tillman, Carl Gustave Illinois: Beckwith, Clifford Gorham Beclrwith, Robert Lee Beilke, Martin Carl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Collins, H. L. Crosby, Clifton A. Davis, Charles H. Downing, Wilbur Joseph Garfield, Harold Fleming Groenewoud, John C. Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Kinney, Lecta Fay McCaughan, Russell Craig McDonough, Weston M. Morris, Chester H. Pollard, Charles Emerson Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Sullivan, Anna Tilley, Moses R. Wise, Hugh P., Jr. Wise, Hugh Thomas Indiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Brink, Charles Allen Caine, Allen Bennett Crain, William LeRoy Ferguson, Denzil Morton Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Hall, William Campbell Siegert, Anna Mae Stewart, Jasper J. Waller, Mary Elizabeth Iowa: Conn, Milton Day, Milford C. Gulick, Eugene Allen Miller, Sara A. Mochrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Becker, Alan Robert Boone, Richard Franklin Brown, Chas. Elmer Slater, Arthur Burdette Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W. Day, Edwin Frank Maine: Betts, Addie K. Brown, Nora Robertson Covey, Florence Alice Metcalf, Charles Austin Pettapiece, Henry James Shalett, Irving Joseph Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. Atty, Norman Belmont Burns, Thomas Erbe, Henry Herman Ferris, Elizabeth May Heberle, Clement King Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel Martin, Orel F. Nelson, Frank Chester Sartwell, James Oliver Sawyer, Joseph Harlan Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root

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Bureau of Vital Stathtics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 11 Michigan: Cathcart, Nelson H. Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Hovis, John Clark Hubbell, Preston Reed Hutton, Donald Fox Johnson, Leroy Cletus Kahn, Samuel Bernard Money, J. Vincent Rich, John R. Root, Claude Boone Schwieger, James Scott Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shay, Walter George Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Slu 3 d;er, Edward Glenn Snedeker, Olanis 0. Burnard, Harold William McLean, Theodore Russell Muncie, Curtis H. Nikola, George Francis Pettit, Henry Jewett Smith, Stewart P. Thompson, John Wilson Treble, John Mill Wilson, H. Clifford North Carolina: Berry, Albert E., Jr. Branstetter, Bertha W. Dye, Arthur McKee Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Foster, Julia E. Foster, S. Dales Guy, Jean E. Spence, Talmadge T. Tucker, Adam Reynold Minnesota: Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stewart, Harry H. Vlississippi: Kidwell, James H. Towne, Allen Dodge Missouri: Bartholomew, Garold C. Curry, Etna Kelso Herst, Sherrell Joseph Hildreth, Arthur Grant Kelley, Harlan Link Landes, Helen V. Larimore, Leland S. Pence, Herbert O. Tibe, Royal Thomas Nebraska: Knapp, Frances Crothers '^ew Jersey: Conklin, Hiram Lewis Odden, Loren Hansen Osborn, Harry Clifton Patterson, Robert Donald Pohlig, William Albert Reitmeyer, Frank Theodore Rogers, Robert W. van de Sande, Theo, White ^ew York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beeman, Roy Herbert Ohio: Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Cottrell, Mead Kelly Curtis, Warren Wood Jeffers, Hubert Sidney Larue, J. Byron Latchaw, Taylor, S. Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Mulford, John Warwick Mummaw, Glenn Karold Pheils, Ervin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Quartel, H. Ward Reid, McMillen James Van der Voort, Paul C. Pennsylvania: Bashline, Orrin Osborn Cozart, James Allen Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Dorrance, Harold James Drew, Ira Walton Drew, Margaret S. Goehring, Harry Morgan Heldt, Charles Humphrey Irvine, Samuel Wesley Long, Custer Brenton McConnell, Frank Ira Medlar, S. Agnes Miller, Patrick Henry Moore, George Washingto; Mutschler, Oscar C. Noeling, George Dietrich, Jr. Northern, Robert Jerome Purnell, Emma Rossman, Walter Franklin Rothmeyer, George S. Shellenberger, John Mohler Simmons, Harry Frank Stahlman, Harry Earl Stem, Harold Lewis Toepfer, Howard Charles Wilson, Raymond Herbert Rhode Island: Brown, Niles A. Gants, Samuel L. Rhodes, Barbara Tennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Harris, Andrew J. Miller, Robert Lee Mitchell, Carey T. 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: Havens, Roland Louis Meador, Aubrey Prentice Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Wisconsin: Carlisle, Vernon R. Damm, Walter B. Gray, Earl Kenneth von Stirne, Sara G, Cresswell Wyoming: Smith, James Ralph Canada: Ghostley, Raymond Chas. Parker, Frederick Arthur i Saunders, Edward Arthur England: Barber, Chas. William Dunning, John Jacob Rowson, Allen F.

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12 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Chiropractic Name Acker, G. C. Albea, H. B. Allen, J. M. Anderson, A. E... Anderson, W. V.. Angell, G. G. Angrell, R. E. Arnold, H. C. Arnot, E. D. A B Bethea, V. C. Blankenship, I. N, Blumer, G. E. Boyle, E. D. Boyle, G. M. Bradwell, C. O. Brown, T. U. Brown, W. H. Brunskill, R. W... Budreau, W. E. Burch, E. L. Butler, F. Cardwell, W. A—. Carlin, W. P. Chippendale, J. .. Clements, G. R— Cliff, C. W. Coates, G. McC... Collins, E. E. Conley, R. C. Cooper, B. B. Cowart, J. N. Cox, H. G. Coyne, J. R. Daniel, T. C. Danks, J. C. Davis, L. W. Dean, J. R. Delaney, J. M.... Diesel, J. F. Doss, L. T. Doud, B. R. Duffie, C. V. Dunn, M. S. Dyer, M. M. Eldridge, W. P... Fair, F. E. Fambrough, C. W. Farabaugh, F. D... Farnsworth, J. H.. Address .Kentucky .Miami .Dade City ..St. Petersburg .Sarasota ..St. Petersburg ,..St. Petersburg .Miami .Zephyrhills .Bartow .Clearwater .Melbourne .Ft. Lauderdale .Ft. Lauderdale .Tallahassee .Jacksonville .Indiana ..Winter Haven .Miami .Arcadia .Miami .Lakeland .Jacksonville St. Petersburg .Sebring .Eustis .Lake Wales ..West Virginia ...St. Augustine .Illinois .Jacksonville .Jacksonville .Tampa .St. Petersburg ....Pennsylvania ..St. Petersburg ...Winter Haven .Pensacola .New Jersey .Sanford .Fruitland Park .Lakeland .New York .Stuart Safety Harbor .Bradenton .Miami .Jacksonville St. Petersburg Name Farr, D. J.. Finley, W. A. Fisher, I. Fisher, J. Foreman, A. M. Foster, C. E. Frank, F. R. Frazier, F. J. Frazier, J. R...., French, I. C.. Gano, A. L. Gano, C. R. Gatchell, C. H. Gerberg, R. J. Goelz, W. C. Goodman, W. A... Gordon, C. E. Graham, R. T. Gregg, M. D. Gresham, R. R. Grooms, R. C. Harwood, S. E. Heal, M. M. Heine, R. E.... Heitz, J. J. Hendry, W. T. Henson, S. S.. Hicks, W. L,... Hook, C. R. Hopper, M. E.. Horne, D. N.... Howard, J. F.. Hundley, G. ... Jensen, W. Jones, L. S. Jones, S. S. Kapp, M. B. Kaufman, A. E.. Kennedy, D. L. Kinsinger, E. L... Kirk, D. K. Kitching, R., Jr... Krug, I. S. Kubala, S. F. Lament, H. Lanier, C. ... Lawson, H. Loffler, E. J. L.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 13 Address Name Address S .Quincy Saunders, B. M.Iowa .Sanford Saunders, E. T.Iowa West Palm Beach Saunders, L. M.Miami .Pennsylvania Saunders, R. G.Lake Worth Scarborough, J. Q.Lakeland Schmitz, E. R.Tampa ..Miami Schoenthaler, W. F.New York .Bushnell Schubert, F. S.Ohio .Bushnell Scott, M. P.Miami ..Frostproof Shafer, A. H., Jr.Jacksonville .Vero Beach Shelmire, C. T.Ojus .Tampa Shumate, M. L.Oldsmar .Orlando Simonson, M. R.Ft. Lauderdale .Miami Slig'h, E. A.Lakeland .Michigan Sligh, J. E.Lakeland .Ocala Smith, A. R.Jacksonville .Avon Park Smith, B. E.Ft. Pierce -...Daytona Beach Smith, M. C. R.Tarpon Springs .Haines City Smith, V. B.Hollywood .Jacksonville Speight, W. E.Lakeland Stephan, W. F.Clearwater Stephenson, R. W.Lake Worth ..Miami Swan, W. H.Massachusetts .Lake Wales Sykes, E. N.Orlando ...Orlando .Miami .Maryland Panama City ....Tallahassee ...Jacksonville .Illinois .Tampa .Miami ..Wauchula .Tampa .Ohio .Tennessee .Iowa .Miami .Miami B.Jacksonville Tampa Tampa ..Arcadia .Tallahassee .Ohio West Palm Beach .Hollywood .Miami Beach .St. Cloud .Jacksonville Takahashi, J. M. Tallman, O. H.... Taylor, J. W. Thiess, W. W. Thornton, F. R. Thornton, K. N... Tilson, B. D. Titus, C. B. Tracy, M. E. Trentin, M. Tucker, T. C. .Clermont .Pensacola .Illinois .New York .Orlando .West Palm Beach .Illinois .St. Petersburg.Clearwater -West Palm Beach .St. Cloud V Vail, K. F. .Orlando W Wendland, H. J. .Bradenton White, J. F. White, J. M. .Miami .Miami Wiggins, W. R. Williams, J. J. Wolfe, W. F. Woodhull, M. .New Smyrna .Tampa .Wildwood .Sarasota Worthing, B. W. Worthing, H. M. Wright, 0. W. .St. Petersburg .St. Petersburg Y Young, C. W. Tampa

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14 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Chiropractic Arcadia: (DeSoto) Burch, Eug^ene L. Rabb, Earle Alvin Avon Park: (Highlands) Morgan, Arch Marlin Bartow: (Polk) Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Bradenton: (Manatee) Fair, Fred E. Wendland, Herman J. Brooksville: (Hernando) Lanier, Clyde Bushnell: (Sumter) Mahan, Ethel Reed Mahan, Harry Allen Clearwater: (Pinellas) Blankenship, Iva Neil Stephan, William Fred Tracy, M. Everett Clermont: (Lake) Takahashi, Jessie May Crescent City: (Putnam) Henson, Samuel Shirly Dade City: (Pasco) Allen, J ohn Morrison Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Hopper, Maude E. Jensen, William Morrison, Theodore Henry DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, Walter Arthur Harwood, S. Elizabeth Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Gregg, Maurice David Eustis: (Lake) Cliff, Chester William Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Boyle, Eva Dell Boyle, George Martz Hundley, Ginette Kaufman, Albert Edward Simonson, Marie R. Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, Robert R. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Smith, Blanche Ethel Frostproof: (Polk) Manley, Clifford Fruitland Park: (Lake) Doud, Blanche R. Gainesville: (Alachua) Hook, Cecil R. Haines City: (Polk) Krug, Inda Sinclair Murphy, Houston Hilliard Hollywood: (Broward) Richholt, Esther Holmes Smith, Virgil B. Jacksonville: (Duval) Brown, Thomas Uriah Carlin, William Phillip Cowart, John N. Cox, Henry Grady Farabaugh, Francis Donald Foster, Cecil Eugene Kirk, Daniel Kane Loffler, Erich J. Myers, George Jefferson Perry, Walter Theodore Pritchard, Emmett B. Rosseland, Rolf Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Smith, Allen Rex Lakeland: (Polk) Cardwell, William Arthur Duffie, Cecil Vincent Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Scarborough, Jason Q. Sligh, Emma A. Sligh, Joseph Edgar Speight, Walter Edward Lake Wales: (Polk) Coates, George McCrery Nevills, Judson Harry Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Saunders, Richard Guthrie Stephenson, Ray W. Leesburg: (Lake) Gano, Alice L. Gano, Cecil R. Melbourne: (Brevard) Blumer, G. E. Miami: (Dade) Albea, Horace B. Arnold, Henry Clayton Budreau, William Ilmory Butler, Frederick Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Farr, Douglas Joseph Frank, Frederick R. Heine, Rosina E. Maberry, Elmer J. Mintz, Bertram Allan Nelson, Harold Albert Olson, A. E. Pierce, Edwin Stanley Pope, Hiram F. Powers, Richard, Jr. Saunders, Lewis Milo Scott, Marshall Prescott White, John Fletcher White, J ohn Merrill Miami Beach: (Dade) Robertson, Paul Herald New Smyrna: (Volusia) Wiggins, William Russell Ocala: (Marion) Moore, Marion M. Ojus: (Dade) Shelmire, Celia T. Oldsmar: (Pinellas) Shumate, Mary Louise Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Gatchell, Carl H. Mentz, Gustav W. Oestricher, Albert R. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Thornton, Frank Roscoe Vail, Kenneth Francis Palatka: (Putnam) Lawson, Howard L. Panama City: (Bay) Kennedy, Duncan Lamar Parker, John Gordon Pensacola: (Escambia) Delaney, John Mansfield Goelz, William Charles Tallman, Ora Hubert Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 15 Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) McDearmid, George Allen Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Eldridge, Warren Perry St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay Graham, Roberta T. St. Cloud: (Osceola) Rode, Madelyn Antoinette Tucker, Thomas C. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Anderson, Ada E. Angell, Golden Gahm Angell, Robert E. Chippendale, John Daniel, Theodore Conrad Davis, Lee W. Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Heal, Minnie M. Kapp, M. Bernard Titus, Charles Bryan Worthing, Helen Marie Wright, Ollie Duling Sanford: (Seminole) Doss, Luther T. Heitz, J ohn J. MacDougall, William E. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Anderson, William Virgil Foreman, A. M. Howard, John Finley Woodhull, Mabel Sebring: (Highlands) Clements, George R. Stuart: (Martin) Dyer, Myrtle Mabel Kitching, Reginald, Jr. Tallahassee: (Leon) Bradwell, Clinch 0. Jones, Samuel Savage Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Tampa: (Hillsborough) Coyne, John R. Gordon, Charles Elmer Grooms, R. C. Mayo, Chas. Traynor Pierce, Burton Aaron Plattner, Max Edmund Prosser, John L. Puddicombe, Raymond Schmitz, Edmund Richard Williams, Joseph James Young, Charles Warren Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Smith, Maybel C. Roberts Vero Beach: (Indian River) Mathis, Clarence E. Wauchula: (Hardee) Pipkin, Luther N. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Frazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck Goodman, William A. Jones, Lawrence Samuel Mclntsoh, Daniel Caldwell Rhoads, Benjamin H. Thornton, King N. Trentin, Marcel Wildwood: (Sumter) Wolfe, William F. Winter Haven: (Polk) Brunskill, Robt. Williams Dean, James Robert Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Arnot, Emerson David Georgia: Fisher, John Horne, Daniel N. Illinois: Cooper, Benjamin B. Pickett, Alered Charles Taylor, James Walter Tilson, Bertha Davis Indiana: Brown, W. Harding Iowa: Kubala, Stephen F. Pop, Frank J., Jr. Saunders, Bertha Mary Saunders, Edward Terrell Kentucky: Acker, George Coe Maryland: Overbeck, Adrian Massachusetts: Swan, Walter Herbert Michigan: Fisher, Irene Montgomery, Leonard E. New Jersey: Diesel, John Frederick New York: Dunn, Maxwell S. Gerberg, Reuben S. Schoenthaler, William Frederick Thiess, William W. Ohio: Poling, Edith Haynes Reynolds, Leo Eugene Schubert, Frederick S. Worthing, Burt W. Pennsylvania: Danks, Jack C. MacQuarrie, Laura N. South Carolina: Hutto, William Leo Tennessee: Pontius, Harry E. West Virginia: Collins, Edward Eustace Lamont, Hector

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16 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Naturopathy Name Abel, J. F.. Abernethy, G. Alden, J. R. Baisden, M. J. Baker, F. G. Ballou, T. P. Barth, C. F. Baumg-art, C. S—. Beckman, S. Bercutt, S. L. Bernau, L. F. Blankenship, I. N. Blumer, L. Brig'gs, J. M. Brinkler, G. H... Bryant, R. A.. Address Name Address ...Tampa Gavilla, J. \J[ T'amnn' ...Pensacola Gesser, C. H. .................. A C4>X1.1^C*| Miami' .St. Petersburg Gilbert, N. A. Ta.mpf^'* Glorig, A. H. Ft. Lauderdale .Lake City Gold, L. Now York Goldstein, B. L. TVTlQYVll .Miami Grppn B B ...—XfXidXliX .Palm Beach Gresham, T A .X ciinp
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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 17 Name Massaia, J Matera, Melser, Menzel, Address J. p. M .Lakeland J. M. .Miami J. P. 0. L. .Orlando J. M. .Lake Worth H F L. M. .Miami s. N .Daytona Beach L. W O .Coral Gables V .New York P. R. P .Palm Beach Paradis, E. C.Miami Patterson, J. A.Jacksonville Beach Peerman, R. W.Tampa Perry, W. T.Jacksonville Polney, P. A.Citra Posner, E. R.New York Post, M. H.Miami R Randall, M. I.Jacksonville Rasmussen, E. L.Coral Gables Rasmussen, F. C.Ft. Myers Richards, D. J.Estero Rode, M. A.St. Cloud Running, P. C.Miami Roop, W. H.„.Tampa Rose, D.Jacksonville S Saalfrank, R. B.JMiami Beach Sampson, E. B.Illinois Schaeffer, M. B.Miami Schippell, T. M.Washington, D. C; Schreiber, A.Utah Scott, D. W.Orlando Selige, A.Miami Shafer, A. H., Jr.Jacksonville Shannon, K. C.Miami Singley, V. L.Miami Beach Sisson, R. R.Jacksonville Name Address Slater, O. I.Ft. Lauderdale Smith, A. R.Jacksonville Smith, T. K.Miami Smith, W. J.Tampa Snyder, C. C.St. Petersburg Soda, L. E.Miami Beach Steele, M.Palm Beach Stenwall, C. M.Miami Sust y de Llanos, A. A.Tampa T Thomas, C. G.Pensacola Thompson, E. D.West Palm Beach Tipton, M. G.St. Petersburg Trentin, M.West Palm Beach Trussler, C.Missouri Turner, C. F.Jacksonville U Urbuteit, F.Tampa Utrecht, W.Tampa V Vail, K. F.Orlando Viti-Mariani, H.Tampa Vogel, M. A.Texas W Walden, W. A.Ft. Myers Walsdorf, C. W.Miami Wambaugh, J. L.Ojus Watson, C. B.Indiana Weinger, I.Miami Weissberg, S.Connecticut Wenger, R. W.Ohio Whidden, L. A.Boca Grande Whitesides, G. H. E.DeLand Whiting, E. E.Gainesville Woodhull, M.Sarasota Woollard, G. E.Miami Beach Y Young, C. McK.Miami Young, H. E.Miami Z Zarch, H. L.New York Doctors of Naturopathy I Apopka: (Orange) Damsel, Charles Henry J Bartow: (Polk) Hoover, Claude E. ; Boca Grande: (Lee) I Whidden, Lionel Alton Bradenton: (Manatee) Cockerham, Corbett D. Citra: (Marion) Polney, Peter A. Clearwater: (Pinellas) Blankenship, Iva Neil Dahl, Oliver Heaps, Lewis F. Coral Gables: (Dade) Oakley, Leonard Wicks Rasmussen, Edwin Ludwig Cottondale: (Jackson) Gresko, Stephen J.

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18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Jensen, William Lee, Guy Lester Niemi, Ivar S. DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, W. Arthur Whitesides, Gertrude Harriet Elizabeth Eagle Lake: (Polk) Lindlahr, Victor H. Estero: (Lee) Richards, David John Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Feldmann, William John Gloria, Aram Hovanness Slater, Olive Isadora Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, T. A. Rasmussen, Franklin C. Walden, Watson A. Gainesville: (Alachua) Whiting, Ernest Edwin Jacksonville: (Duval) Cox, Henry Grady Dux, Henry Perry, Walter T. Randall, Muriel Isohel Rose, David Shafer, Alfred H.,Jr. Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Allen Rex Turner, Charles Franklin Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Patterson, John A. Lake City: (Columbia) Baisden, Ma Jar Lakeland: (Polk) Foshee, Earline Jones, Rollin Massaia, Joseph P. Lake Wales: (Polk) Dykeman, Lillian Edwards Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Hicks, Claude E. Merley, John M. Largo: (Pinellas) Dews, William S. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Hall, Bartow Miami: (Dade) Baker, F. Gorton Baumgart, Catherine May (Shively) Beckman, Samuel Bercutt, Sonya L. Bernau, Ludwig F. Blumer, Louis Casey, Phyllis M. Cold, Katherine M. Cox, Vernon Pennock Detwiler, Harold Govan di Ghilini, Alexander Elston Ehrline, George Francis Evans, Margaret Dorothy Evans, Thomas Watson Gesser, Charles Henry Hinterpohl, Arthur Robert Holland, John Joseph Holm, A. Harry Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Lombard, Louis E. Matera, Joseph Mario Murray, Lorna M. Paradis, Earl C. Post, Myron Hazelton Ronning, Paul C. Schaeffer, Michael B. Selige, Adolph Shannon, Kenneth Coleman Smith, Tilman K. Stenwall, Carl M. Walsdorf, Chester William Weinger, Isidor Young, Carolyn McKenney Young, Hanford Earl Miami Beach: (Dade) Brinkler, George Henry Goldstein, Benjamin Lewis Grossman, Harry Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Singley, V. Leeds Soda, Lawrence Edward Woollard, George Edward Naranja: (Dade) Dearborn, Reuben B. New Port Richey: (Pasco) Krebs, A. E. Ojus: (Dade) Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Heitz, John J. McFerrin, Charles B. Menzel, Ora Lorien Scott, David Walter Vail, Kenneth Francis Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. Palmer, Paul R. Steele, Milton Panama City: (Bay) Haag, Harry W. Pensacola: (Escambia) Abernethy, George Halsey Heintze, Arthur Carl Thomas, C. G. Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Barth, Con F. Eldridge, Warren P. Fankhauser, Glen Leroy Jansik, Albin D. St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay St. Cloud: (Osceola) Briggs, Jessie M. Rode, Madelyn Antoinette St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Alden, John R. Collins, Francis X. Doolittle, William S. Farnsworth, James Howar< Henderson, Karl I. Hurst, Milton Lauber, John Hayes Lauber, Sentha Lunin, Yale Snyder, Clifford Charles Tipton, Merrill G. Sanford: (Seminole) Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Woodhull, Mabel

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 19 Tampa: (Hillsborough) Abel, Jesse Frederick Bryant, Robert Abner Cold, Paul E. Coyne, J ohn R. Ga villa, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Green, Bertha B. Guest, Lyle Orville Johnston, Mabyl K. Lentjes, Fred Peerman, Roy Wendell Roop, William Henry Smith, Walter Jerome Sust y de Llanos, Aurelio A. Urbuteit, Fred Utrecht, William Viti-Mariani, Hannibal West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Crandall, Charles R. McKenney, Louis Duve Thompson, Edward Daniel Trentin, Marcel Winter Garden: (Orange) Melser, James P. Winter Haven: (Polk) Dean, James Robert Alabama: Hardy, Willie Clayton Connecticut: Weissberg, Simon Illinois: Sampson, Ewell B. Indiana: Crandall, Burton Edwin Watson, Carl B. Missouri: Trussler, Clarence New York: Friedman, Samuel Gold, Louis Grillo, Edward Francis Hanoka, N. S. Hauser, Bengamin Gayelord Oliveri, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy Zarch, Herman Louis North Dakota: Miller, Jacob H. Miller, Theresa Fetzer Ohio: Davis, Alexander Wenger, Ralph Webster Pennsylvania: Lindhe, Rolf E. Texas: Vogel, Max A. Utah: Schreiber, August Virginia: Frischkom, Carl Salem Washington, D. C. Schippell, Theresa Marie

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20 Name Adams, J. E. Adams, J. M. Adams, L. B. Anderson, M. Applegate, J. M. Arany, E. E. A Beishline, M. L. Brownsey, E. G. Burns, M. J. Campa^a, M. Capper, G. I.— Carsley, E. M. Casell, S. G. Colitz, H. E.— B C Florida State Board of Health Chiropodists Address St. Petersburg .St. Petersburg .St. Petersburg .Tampa .St. Petersburg .Orlando St. Petersburg .Tampa .New Jersey .Daytona Beach .Oregon ...St. Petersburg .Coral Gables .Mianai Name Koehl, J. F. K Address .West Palm Beach L Laubenthal, F. N.. LePompadour, F. S.... Lerner, S. J. Levey, I. Levey, W. Levy, B. Lewis, W. T. Lewy, H. Lewy, L. Lewy, M. Lewy, S. Lindley, R. E. Lindsay, J. H. Livers, L. L. London, L. ...Miami ..St. Petersburg .Pensacola -Daytona Beach .Daytona Beach .New York .Miami .Tampa .....New York .Tampa .Tampa ..Winter Haver .Jacksonville .Ohic Daytona Bead Danser, H. H. D Daytona Beach .Tallahassee .Mt. Dora .Miami Dowling, H. A. ...Jacksonville ....New Jersey ijunn, v^. o. Dyrenforth, L, J.West Palm Beach E .Connecticut Lgley, r. /v..........— Ck. IVi .Orlando w V .. Tampa UliiiOl/ii) Tf .. G .Miami ijirarQ, ti* .. .Orlando ^isicrj ....St. Petersburg n .Miami vjiettowii, .. Goddard, G. R. rinldhprp* E .Kentucky .New York .. Goldwag, H. L. .New York .Miami ijrmiiii w. ATA. Hackel, C. Halton, R. E. H .Jacksonville .Sarasota .Miami .Miami xiart, ivi A. .Illinois xlUUCJl^ Xv* Henchey, T. J. Heslop, J. W. West Palm Beach .Pennsylvania .Orlando XiOiXIltJoj -• TTnrd E B. .Miami Jones, S. R. J .Miami Me McCormack, F. J.. McDermott, M. V.. Manship, G. R. M .DeLam Marsh, M. E. .Mount Dorj Meister, J. L. .TflfrkROTivill Meyer, U. E. Morley, A. R. ...West Palm Bead Nelson, G.. N .St. Petersburj Pelletier, G. A. P .Miami Bead Ppf.PTS, M, .T. .Lakelan Piper, E. M. Porter, F. L. Powers, C. L. .Ft. Myer .Main .St. Petersbur Quixley, C. L. Q .Mt. Dor Raleigh, A. K. Redell, M. Reis. S. W. Rosen, L. Ross, S. B. Rowe, F, W. Rowe, J. T. Rowe, M. A. S. Ryan, A. E. Rymer, B. J. R .Orland .New Yoi .Palm Beac .Tamp .New Yoi .Mian .Mian .Mian .Mian .New Jers€

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Bureau of Vital Statistics CHIROPODISTS 21 Sadowsky, B. H. Saner, P. J. Scardulla, C. N. Schipper, J. F. Schroedel, E. A. K. Schwartz, I. H. Shannon, M. A.. Singer, L.. Skaley, J. H.. Skinner, L. R. Sender ling-, H. T Taylor, J. B. Thomas, W. J. Thomson, R. C. Address .New York .St. Petersburg .Miami Beach .Miami .Daytona Beach .Miami .Miami .Miami .Plant City %  West Palm Beach .New York .Tampa -Jacksonville -Jacksonville Name Address Tonissen, O. J. L.Jacksonville Torpey, R. N.Massachusetts V Vidler, J. W. M.Orlando von M. Gerard, W.Miami Ward, G. M.Webb, E. L... Wellesley, A. Wikler, S. J.. Wiley, L. J..New York .Miami Miami Beach .Pennsylvania -Fort Walton Y Young, H. H.Miami Chiropodists Coral Gables: (Dade) Casell, Sidney G. Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Campagna, Matthew Danser, Harriet Hinchcliffe Levey, Irving Levey, William London, Larry Schroedel, Esther A. K. DeLand: (Volusia) Manship, George Russell Ft. Myers: (Lee) Piper, Ella Mertie Ft. Walton: (Okaloosa) Wiley, Lydia Jayne Jacksonville: (Duval) Dowling, Heywood Augustus Hackel, Carl Lindsay, John Hubert Meister, John Louis Thomson, Raymond Carl I Tonissen, Otto J. L. j Lakeland: (Polk) Peters, Mathilde J. I I Miami: (Dade) • Colitz, Herman Earl j Doherty, James Lawrence j Girard, Joseph Murph I Gleason, Bertha i Griffin, Undine M. Hart, John James Hart, Mary Ann Hurd, Edward B. Jones, Sidney R. Laubenthal, Frederick Nicholas Lewis, William T. Rowe, Fannie Weeks Rowe, James Tonking Rowe, Maude Anna Shannon Ryan, Avis Emily Schipper, J. F. Schwartz, I. H. Shannon, Marilla A. Singer, Louis von M. Gerard, William Webb, Eugene LeHardy Young, Harry Himan Miami Beach: (Dade) Pelletier, George Arthur Scardulla, Chris N. Wellesley, Arthur Mt. Dora: (Lake) Devorsak, Emric Carl Marsh, Mildred E. Quixley, Charles Lyle Orlando: (Orange) Arany, Egmont Edward Ehrenberg, Arno M. Gisler. Charles Christian Holmes, Addie M. Raleigh. Anna Kaiser Vidler, J. W. M. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Reis, Solly Williams Pensacola: (Escambia) Lerner, Sidney J. Plant City: (Hillsborough) Skaley, John H. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Adams, Joy E. Adams, James Milton Adams, Loney B. Applegate, Jack Moore Beishline, Mearl Lee Carsley, Elsie May Glaser, Sylvia LePompadour, Francis S. Nelson, Georgiana Powers, Clement L. Saner, Peter J. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Halton, Richard Everson Tallahassee: (Leon) Davis, William A. Tampa: (Hillsborough) Anderson, Mary Brownsey, Edgar George Ellison, William Edwin Lewy, Herbert Lewy, Morris Lewy, Scofield Rosen, Louis Taylor, John B.

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22 Florida State Board of Health CHIROPODISTS West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Dyrenforth, Lewis J. Henchey, Thomas Joseph Koehl, Joseph F. Meyer, Ulrick E. Skinner, Lena R. Winter Haven: (Polk) Lindley, Russell E. Connecticut: Egley, Fred August Illinois: Hauch, Robert Dixon Thomas, William Jay Kentucky: Goddard, Glen R. Maine: Porter, Fred Linwood Massachusetts: Torpey, Richard N. New Jersey: Burns, Margaret J. Dunn, Charles Seymour Rymer, Bernard Joseph New York: Goldberg, Edward Goldwag, Harry L. Levy, Ben Lewy, Louis McCormack, Ferden J erome McDermott, Mary V. Morley, Arthur R. Redell, Monroe Ross, Sidney B. Sadowsky, Bernard H. Sonderling, Herman Ward, George M. Ohio: Livers, Lorene L. Oregon: Capper, George I. Pennsylvania: Heslop, James Wesley Wikler, Simon Joseph

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23 Bureau oj Vital Statistics Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVI AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practic ing 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: 3398. 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 register ing, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the same complied with all the requirements as to examination required by law; that no money was paid for such license except the regular fee paid by all applicants therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. 3399. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medi cal and/or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter duly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of one dollar. 3400. 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 residence address, the date and number of his license and such ether facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practitioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgements of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the

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24 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath. 3401. 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 regis tration, 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. 3402. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st. 3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. 7703. Any person who fails cr ncfjk ,ts 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 dollars. 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, 1937.

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25 Bureau of Vital Statistics 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 here inafter 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 prac titioners 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 ex aminers] 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 con stitute the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter re ferred 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 examina tion all applicants shall be notified in writing. The compensation of ex aminers 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 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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26 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. 6.00 (c) For the license of one applying therefor under the provi sions 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, includ ing obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructions in anesthetics, antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotes, to teach prin ciples 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 equiva lent 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) C orrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 27 (e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatolo^, syphilis, psychiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery. 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.—Examination of osteopathic physicians and surgeons.—The exam ination 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. 6. 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 ex aminers may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteo pathy 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 eximination 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 licen tiates 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 emplojunent. (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 de partments to which the same are made.

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28 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 osteo pathic 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 fradulent 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.) ) 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, suspen sion and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also 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 cricuit court in the county in which such practitioner may reside or sojourn in a book to 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.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 29 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 the 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 is such invalid clause or section or matter had not been incorporated therein. (Id. §19.) 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.)

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80 Florida State Board 0 } Health Florida Chiropractic Law CHAPTER 9330, No. 212 AS AMENDED 1937 AN ACT to Regulate the Practice of Chiropractic; to Create and Provide for the Appointment of a Board of Chiropractic Examiners; to Define the Powers and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty for Violation of the Provisions of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Board: Qualifications.—There is hereby created and established a Board to be known as the “Florida State Board of Chiro practic 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, con tinuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are ^aduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, phy siology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.—The Governor shall within thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appoint three (3) Doctors of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in Section One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Board. SECTION 3. 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 terms of members of the Board shall be for three years; provided that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is hereby empow ered 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 Act. SECTION 4. Board: Organization.—Said Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers shall convene within thirty (30) 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 meetings of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said Board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified. SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.—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 finished. Special Meetings may be called and held at such time and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer may determine. At least thirty (80) days’ notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecu tive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. SECTION 6. 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 31 SECTION 7. Board: Licensing.—All Doctors of Chiropractic, practic ing in the State of Florida, when this Act becomes a law, 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 there for, providing application shall be made to said Board prior to January 1st, A. D. 1924. SECTION 8. (As Amended 1937): Applicants: Qnafifications.—Any person desiring 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 (20) days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said Board and receive a certificate to practice from said Board. Each applicant shall be a graduate from an accredited high school and shall be a full-time graduate of a recognized chartered Chiropractic School or College which requires for graduation the completion of a four years’ course of not less than six months each and not less than four thousand (4000) hours’ active attend ance in the same. The time spent in night or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said four thousand (4000) hours. Applications shall be made and signed in applicant’s 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 expe rience 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 with diploma awarded to applicant by school and college in which such studies were pursued. Certificates of attendance from the School or College from which he is graduate, stating date of matriculation, gradua tion, and numbers of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence of good character and reputa tion. SECTION 9. 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 exam ination. The Board of Examiners may grant a license without ex amination to licentiates of Boards from other States who meet the re quirements of this Act, 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 (1) year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of fifty dollars shall be charged for issuing a license by reciprocity. SECTION 10. Methods.—Examination for License to practice Chiro practic shall be made by said Board according to the method deemed by it the most practicable and expeditious to test the applicant’s 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. SECTION 11. (As Amended 1937): Subjects.—All examinations shall be made in writing, the subject of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Hygiene, Chiropractic, Analysis, Chiropractic Orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by recognized Chiropractic Schools and Colleges. A certificate shall be granted to all applicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum (75%) of all questions asked: and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum (60%) of all questions asked on any one branch of said examinations, he or she shall not be entitled to a certificate.

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32 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 12. (As Amended 1937): Definition.—Any Chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Act may adjust three hundred or more articulations of the body and all structures adjacent thereto, including the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics. SECTION 13. (As Amended 1937): 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 before the 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
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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 33 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 certifiicate, 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 Board by 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 an appellate court, if any 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 shall be disqualified from practicing Chiropractic in the State of Florida. SECTION 15. Issue and Re-issue 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 Act. 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 certifioate to an applicant to whom certificate has been refused upon the grounds in this Act stated, or restore the certificate of any person which may have been revoked, the Board shall publish notice in a newspaper of general circula tion, once a week for two consecutive weeks, of the application before said Board to issue or re-issue 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. SECTION 16: Recording of Certificates.—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.

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34 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 17. Disposition of Fees.—All examination fees received by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners under this Act 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. SECTION 18. Annual Statement.—^The Secretary-Treasurer of said Board shall, within thirty (30) 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. SECTION 19. 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 SecretaryTreasurer of said 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 Act. SECTION 20. 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 account 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 inspec tion, and subject to examination by the State Auditor. SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary-Treasurer.—The said Secretary-Treas urer of said Board shall give bond, to be approved and kept by the Comp troller in the sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the Governor of Florida, and his successors in office, and conditioned for the faithful per formance of his duties, and for the true and accurate accounting and payment of all funds received by him under the provisions of this Act to the State Treasurer as herein provided. SECTION 22. 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 Act, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State Board of Examiners, and not otherwise. SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges.—The Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School or College. In de termining the reputability 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. SECTION 24. Board of Health Regulations.—All 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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 35 SECTION 25. The Governor may sus^nd any member of said board for misfeasance, malfeasance, ^oss inefficiency or misconduct, or upon any of the constitutional grounds upon which officers may be suspended by the Governor of this State. SECTION 26. Penalties for Violations.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice Chiropractic as defined in this Act, and in violation of the provisions thereof, 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 coniplying with the provisions of this Act, 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 or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any advertisement or sign of whatsoever nature to induce the public to believe that one is a Chiroprac tor or practices chiropractic, shall be prima facie evidence of his or her guilt, provided the person displaying such sign or causing such advertise ment, has not been licensed to practice Chiropractic under this Act. SECTION 27. Non-interference with other Methods or Science of Healing.—Nothing in this Act 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 having been thereto licensed to so practice under any law of this State. SECTION 28. Duties of Prosecuting Attorneys.—It shall be the duty of the several State and County Ih-osecuting Attorneys of this State to prosecute all persons charged with the violation of any of the provisions of the Act, 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 Act whenever they come into possession of same. The Board may employ an Attomey-at-Law to assist the said Prosecuting Attorneys in all prosecutions under this Act, or may employ an Attorney-at-Law to prosecute violations of this Act independent of such Prosecuting Attorneys. SECTION 29. If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Act 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 Act, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid, and the remaining portion of this Act shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. SECTION 30. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. SECTION 31. This Act shall take effect upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or becoming a law without such approval.

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36 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 pyscholo^, as may be required. Naturopathic practice employs, among other agencies, phytotherapy, dietetics, psycho-therapy, suggesto-therapy, hydro-therapy, zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applications, electro-therapy, mechano therapy, mechanical and electrical appliances, hygiene, first aid, sanitation and heliotherapy: Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be held or construed to authorize any naturopathic physician licensed hereunder to practice materia medica or surgery or chiropractic,, nor shall the pro visions of this Chapter in any manner apply to or affect the practice of osteopathy, chiropractic, Christian Science, or any other treatment author ized 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 naturopathy in the State of Florida as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred 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 appointment. 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 constitu tional 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. As 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 appointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president and secretarytreasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two regular meet ings 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 succssive weeks in one or more newspapers of general circulation throughout

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 37 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 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 perform ance 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 administer 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 ^11 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 writing 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 naturopathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the following branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hy giene 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 prac tical demonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct of written examinations 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 naturo pathy as defined by this Chapter. All applications for examination 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 Uie 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 qualifications of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfactory examina tion. (Id. §6.) 3475. Temporary license.—^The board may in its discretion issue a temporary 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

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88 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 examinations, and only until then, when said license shall become void. A temporary license shall not be recorded. (Id. §7.) 3476. Fees.—^There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the said Board by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the application. The said fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee for examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances or conditions, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Id. §8.) 3477. Registration fee.—A fee of five dollars shall be paid by every person practicing naturopathy within this State on or before the first day of May of each year after a license is issued to such person, for a renewal of said license. The secretary-treasurer shall, thirty days before May first, of each year, send to all licensed naturopaths in this State a notice of the fact that such renewal will be due on or before the first day of May. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to require that renewals shall be recorded as original licenses are required to be recorded. (Id. §9.) 3478. Deposit of fees received; expenses; report of receipts and dis bursements.—All fees received under this Chapter shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit the same, to the credit and for the use of the State Board of Naturopathic, Examiners, and shall pay the same out only upon written order issued and signed by the secretarytreasurer and president of said board. The expenses of the board in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be paid out of this fund and the remainder to be divided equally among the members of the board, and not otherwise. The secretary-treasurer shall, on the first Tuesday of October, of eyery year, file with the Governor of the State a report of all receipts and disbursements and proceeds of said board for the fiscal year. The secretary-treasurer shall be required to give a good and sufficient bond in such amount and upon such terms and conditions as the board may require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. §10.) 3479. Recording license.—All licenses issued as herein provided, shall be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which applicant practices, and the date of recording of same shall be indicated thereon. Said clerk shall keep a permanent record of the same, and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so recorded. (Id. §11.) 3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.—Doctors of naturo pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, county and municipal regu lations in regard to the control of contagious and infectious diseases; the reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all other matters pertaining to the public health in the same manner as is required of other practitioners of the healing art. (Id. §12.) 3481. Duty of prosecuting attorney to prosecute offenders against law. —It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in which person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be considered as interfering with any person engaged in 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.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 39 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. §16.) 3484. Refusal to grant licenses; revocations.—The license or registrar tion 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 State 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, narcotics 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 advertising; (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. Proceeding; 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 per son 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 crossexamine 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 proceedings of said Board reviewed by certiorari, in the circuit court of the circuit in which said license is recorded. The accused shall have

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40 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 the right of trial de nova before the circuit court, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused, and imless 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 trans mit 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 “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.) 7725. Practicing naturopathy without license; penalty.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathy or who shall use any of the terms or letters “naturopath,” “natureopath,” “naturopathic physician,” “doctor of naturopathy,” “N. D.” or any other title, terms or letters under any circumstances whatsoever, so as to mislead the public to believe that the person so using such term or terms is engaged in the practice of naturopathy, without having complied with the provisions of sections 3469-3486, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than thirty days nor more than six months or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §13.) 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 unlawfully 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. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §19.)

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41 Bureau of Vital Statistics General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933 CHAPTER 15911 — (No. 54) Chiropody AN ACT Defining and Regulating the Practice of Chiropody, Providing for the Examination and Licensing of Chiroj^ists, Providing for exemp tions From This Act, Creating a Board of Chiropody Examiners, Providing Penalties for the Violation of This Act, Repealing Laws in Conflict Here with and Fixing the Date upon Which This Act Becomes Effective. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: SECTION 1. DEFINITION.—Chiropody shall mean the diagnosis, medical, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof; and shall include the use and prescription 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 applica tion upon a blank form authorized and furnished by the Board of Chiropody Examiners hereinafter created, to the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board of Chiropody Examiners, which license shall be granted to such applicants after they shall have furnished satisfactory proof of being at least twentyone years of age and of good moral character, but only upon compliance with the following conditions: SECTION 3. REGISTRATION OF CHIROPODISTS WITHOUT EX AMINATION.—Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practitioner of chiropody, who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unrevoked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter 12197 otherwise 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, satisfactory 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 $5.00, 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 Cl^opody 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 entitled 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 Examiners, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of anatomy, chemistry, dermatology, diagnosis, materia-medica, pathology, 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

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42 Florida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 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 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 re quirements and extending the same reciprocal privileges to Chiropodists 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 i)erformance 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 engaged in said practice in the State of Florida, and the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners who shall ex-officio act as execu tive officer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners; the first member appointed by the Governor 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 tiiree 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 chiropodists and shall not use any title or abbreviation thereof without the designation “Chiropodist, practice limited to foot and leg,” thus indicating a limitation of pro fessional 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 unprofessional 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 prac ticing 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 Secretary-Treasurer. The SecretaryTreasurer shall give to the Governor of the State 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, beginning with October 1st, 1933, and such additional meetings not exceeding three each year at such times and places as the executive officer shall direct. SECTION 9. Any person violating any of the provisions of this Act,

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Bureau of Vital Statistics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 43 upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not exceeding $600.00 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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44 Florida State Board 0} Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937 (SENATE BILL NO. 154) AN ACT to require practitioners of every kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing arts to place and keep at the entrances of their offices or usual places of business words or proper abbreviations denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art they are licensed to practice. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Every person licensed imder the laws of the State of florida to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathic medicine, chiropractic, naturopathy, chiropody, pediatry or any other kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art, whenever actively engaged in the practice of same, or whenever holding himself or herself out as a practi tioner of same, shall cause to be placed and kept in a conspicuous place at each entrance to his or her office or usual place of business, words or proper abbreviations, in intelligible lettering not less than two and onehalf inches in height and one inch in width clearly denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art he or she is licensed to practice under the laws of the State of Florida. Section 2. Any person convicted of a violation of this chapter shall be punished by a fine of not more than one himdred dollars or by im prisonment in the county pail for a period of not more than six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTIOh? 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed in so far as they conflict with this Act. SECTION 4. 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 24, 1937.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 45 Official Opinions of the Attorney General OPINION NO. 17 REGISTRATION: VETERINARY DOCTORS In Re: Whether Veterinarians Required to Re^ster 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, surgeans, osteopaths, chiropractic, naturopaths, midwives and all others practicing the medical and/or material heal ing 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 in formation 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. 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.”

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46 Florida State Board of Health OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION No. 21 REGISTRATION: DENTISTS — PODIATRISTS Chapter 12006, Acts of 1927, requires registration of every license to practice medicine, osteopathy, chiropractics, naturopathy, midwifery and every other medical and/or material method of the practice of healing art, before the licensee begins to practice. 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 greneris applies and limits the general words to the same class of things as are covered by the specific words. In short, podiatrists would be required to register as their practice is kindred and similar to the practice of medicine but is limited to a specific portion of the human body. Dentists on the other hand, can hardly be called practitioners of the same kind of science as ordinary doctors, and, therefore, I think that they are excluded, unless, of course, the practice of dentistry is held to em brace the right to give treatments for human ailments due to correction of dental deficiencies. As I understand the same, some dentists do this and some dentists do not. It is possible that there might be a distinction between the practice of dentistry and the ordinary practice of medicine. However, if the license of the 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 re quirement to register as would the podiatrist. As to dentists the question should be determined by a consideration of what the dentist is licensed to do under the rules and regulations of the Dental Board and the laws of Florida. OPINION No. 22 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS — PROFESSIONAL MASSEURS Section 2 of Chapter 12005 requires all persons engaged in the practice of naturopathy to register with the State Board of Health. Section 1 of Chapter 12286, Acts of 1927, provides for the licensing of naturopaths. The practice of naturopathy is defined as including electro-therapeutics and would also seem to include professional masseurs, which practitioner would fall under the classification of those engaged in the practice of material health science used to aid in the purifying, cleansing and normalizing of the human tissues for the preservation of, and restoration of health. Construing these two laws together it would appear that persons en gaged in the practice of electro-therapeutics as well as professional mas seurs are en^ged in the practice of naturopathy and are, therefore, re quired to register as such under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927.

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47 Bureau of Vital Statistics OFFICIAL OPINIONS OPINION No. 23 REGISTRATION: ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICS — 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 certifi cate 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 pre servation 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 applied, as the purpose of Chapter 12005 was to secure the registration of all professional certificates relating to the healing art as a means of checking up on those who are practicing without any certificate as required by law. OPINION No. 32 REGISTRATION HEALING ARTS — PENALTY Physicians, surgeons, osteopaths, naturopaths, midwives or other persons practicing medical or material healing arts, who fail to comply with the provisions of Section 3398 to 3403, Compiled Laws, 1927, relating to regis tration of all persons practicing the medical or material healing arts is subject to a prosecution for such failure but the failure itself will not prevent the practitioner from complying with the same and thereby avoid ing 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 subs^uent 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 tiiose 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 I than one time with the Bureau although there are two separate statutes I which require such registration.

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1939 Registration of Practitioners of Osteopathy Chiropractic Naturopathy Chiropody In Florida •RECORDS* F354 Hp 1339 Issued by Bureau of Vital Statistics State Board of Health

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Florida State Board of Health N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President, Marianna Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville A. Wm. Morrison, Miami A. B. McCreary, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Edward M. LÂ’Engle, M.D., Director Jacksonville

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)4*^p Table of Contents Page Members of Examining Boards. 4 Doctors of Osteopathy. 6 Doctors of Chiropractic.13 Doctors of Naturopathy. 1 8 Chiropodists .22 Florida Basic Science Law.26 Registration Law.29 Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy.31 Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic.37 Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy..43Law Governing Practice of Chiropody.48 Designation Bill. .54

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS Jacksonville, Florida, February 10, 1940 SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the regis tration of Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are licensed to practice in this State, which is the twelfth annual com pilation 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. This twelfth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses as of time of registra tion, of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1939. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1938, but failed to register again for 1939. Respectfully, Director, Bureau of Vital Statistics A. B. McCreary, m. d. Secretary, State Board of Health.

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4 Florida State Board of Health MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOARDS State Board of Examiners in Basic Sciences Ezda May Deviney, Tallahassee, term expires September 12, 1943 Donald D. Bode, Tampa, term expires September 10, 1943 Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville, term expires September 10, 1941 Jay F. Pearson, Miami, term expires September 8, 1942 John Ferguson Conn, Secretary, DeLand, term expires Sept 25, 1942 State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners A. G. Chappell, D. O., Secretary, Jacksonville, term expires Aug. 20, 1940 E. W. Flynn, D. O., Tallahassee, term expires July 29, 1940 A. Lovejoy, D. O., Winter Haven, term expires July 29, 1939 Norval E. Brown, D. O., Tampa, term expires August 16, 1941 C. S. Ball, D. O., Eustis, term expires August 11, 1940 Davis R. Shull, D. O., Ft. Lauderdale, term expires August 25, 1942 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners D. I. Rainey, D. C., Secretary, Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1942 A. M. Morgan, D. C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 1940 Daniel Kirk, D. C., Jacksonville, term expires July 12, 1939 State Board of Naturopathic Examiners T. W. Evans, N. D., Secretary, Miami, term expires July 16, 1941 Yale S. Lunin, N. D., St. Petersburg, term expires July 15, 1942 Rex Smith, N. D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15, 1943 State Board of Chiropody Examiners Harry H. Young, Secretary, Miami, term expires January 15, 1942 Otto J. L. Tonnissen, Jacksonville, term expires January 5, 1940 Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1939 Information concerning members constituting above Boards submitted by Honor able R. a. Gray, Secretary of State, January 15, 1940.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 5 D, Doctors of Osteopathy Address Name Address ..Massachusetts .Coral Gables _New York .New York Massachusettes .Eustis .England .Kentucky .Orlando .Missouri ...Pennsylvania ....Pennsylvania ....Punta Gorda .Ohio .Tampa St. Petersburg ..Kentucky ...Winter Haven .Illinois .Daytona Beach .Miami .New York .Illinois ..Geor^a .Delaware .Tampa .North Carolina .Plant City .Tampa .Maine .Hollywood ..Ohio .Miami .Miami .California ..Georgia .Georgia .Michigan ..Kansas .Indiana ..Indiana .Ohio .Virginia .Tampa .Illinois .Connecticut .North Carolina Daytona Beach West Palm Beach New Port Richey .Kansas .Rhode Island ..Tampa .Maine Brundage, C. L._ Buck, R. O. Buckmaster, R. P. Buff alow, O. T. Bullock, B. A. Burnard, H. W.. Burns, T. Bush, I. E. Bush, L. E. ...Orlando .Ohio ...Orlando .Tennessee .Orlando .New York •Massachusetts .Jacksonville .Jacksonville C Cahill, J. B...._. Caine, A. B. Callison, C. P. Carr, H. N. Cann, D. S.. Carlisle, V. R.. Carlson, H. S.. Carlson, O. Calmar, J. T. Carr, I. M. Carter, W. C. Cathcart, N. H. Cave, F. A.. Chappell, A. G. Clay, G. R. Cohen, F. J.. Coker, D. C.. Coker, R. P. Collins, H. L. Comstock, B. H. Commings, R. N. Conklin, H. L. Conklin, M. A. Conkling, M. T. H. Conn, M. Corrodi, A. 0. Cottrell, M. K. Covey, F. A. Cox, M. M. Cozart, J. A. Craver, L. C. Crosby, C. A. Crutchfield, W. E.. Curry, E. K. Custis, W. W.. ...St. Petersburg .Indiana .Texas .Miami .JDaytona Beach .Wisconsin .Bartow .Bradenton ....St. Augustine .Panama City .California ..Michigan .California .Jacksonville .Tampa .Kansas .Panama City .Panama City .Illinois .Lakeland .Miami .New Jersey .Miami .Lakeland .New Jersey ..Ohio .Ohio ....Massachusetts .Miami .Pennsylvania _New Jersey .Illinois .Miami .Missouri .Ohio D Damm, W. B, Davies, O. P. Davis, C. H... Day, E. F. Day, G. E. Day, M. C. Denby, C. H.. .Wisconsin •St. Petersburg .Illinois .Kentucky .Tampa ..Iowa ..Homestead

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Denniston, E. L. DeShaw, R. G. Diebold, W. A. Dillabough, A. H. Doe, A. H.. Dorrance, H. J. Dove, C. E. Dove, N. H. Downing, W. J. Drew, I. W. Drew, M. S. Duffe, P. E. Dunk, G. H. W.... Dunning, J. J. Dye, A. McK. .Pennsylvania .DeLand ...Oregon .New York .Zephyrhills .Pennsylvania .West Palm Beach %  West Palm Beach ..Illinois .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Jacksonville .Miami .England .North Carolina Elfrink, B. M... Ellison, W. H.. Enright, T. M. Erbe, H. H. Eroh, C. Erwin, E. P. Erwin, M. B. .North Carolina ..St. Petersburg ..Miami ...Massachusetts ..St. Petersburg .Miami .Miami F Farr, B. H. JT 1\T New Smyrna Beach .Miami Ferguson, C. B. .Miami .Indiana Ferguson, R. B. "F, ivr .Miami .Massachusetts TTicpVipt T?.. Ti. .Pennsylvania Flynn, E. T. “Pat”.. Flynn, E. W. T?nni*Q*r‘t*‘\r -TP. .Tallahassee .^...Tallahassee .Indiana Folev "W^i K. .Miami Beach Foster, J. E. Foster, S. D. Frison, G. W. Frost, E. M. Fuller, C. G. Fuller, W. S. .North Carolina .North Carolina .Deland .Winter Park .Orlando .Illinois Gagen, T. F., Jr.Massachusetts Gants, S. L.Rhode Island Garfield, H. F.Illinois Gates, 0. B.Michigan George, H., Ill.Delaware Getchell, C. E.Ft.Pierce Gettinger, D. R.Arcadia Ghostley, R. C.Canada Gibbs, S. B...Miami Beach Gingerich, L. E...Miami Glascock, A. D.._...St. Petersburg Gnau, C. U. Goehring, H. M Gorman, L. J...., Gray, E. K.. Green, H.. Gregory, P. D Groenewoud, J. C Gulick, E. A Guy, J. E. Hall, W. C. Harper, J. ... Harris, A. J Harris, E. L Harris, F. W. Harris, V. A Harter, B. P. Havens, R. L Heberle, C. K. Heldt, C. H. Hensley, A. S. Herroder, T. L Herst, S. J Herzfeld, M. Hicks, A. B Higgins, C. B Hildreth, A. G Hillyer, C. C. Hoffman, A. T Holt, W. L. Houghton, R. B. Houpt, C. J Hout, R. B Hovis, J. C Howell, J. C Hubbell, P. R Hunter, E. B. Hunter, M. G Hurd, N. M Hutton, D. F Irvine, S. W. Jeffers, H. S Jennings, C. H Johnson, L. C Jones, E. 0 Kahn, S. B.. Kane, J. E Kell, R. J.... Keller, F. B Keyes, L. S.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 7 DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Kelley, H. L. .Missouri Kidder, E. M. .Massachusetts KillnrPTl, P. E. .Miami Kingsbury, L. C.— .Lake Wales Kinney, B. E. .Illinois Kinney, L. F. Kirl^patrick, H. .Miami Knapp, F. C. .Nebraska L Landes, H. V. .Missouri Larimore, L. S. .Missouri IiPTmoypiix, L. J. ..Jacksonville Lewis, C. H. .Winter Haven Little, A. J. .Lake Worth T-nng'j F. R. .Pennsylvania Love, S. R. .St. Petersburg Love joy, A. C. .Winter Haven Loveland, M. M. .California T;iimlpy, Tj. E. _Lakp.land Lynch, A. E. .New Smyrna Beach Me McCaughan, R. C. .Illinois McCormick, J. J. .Miami McDonoug’h, W. M .Illinois Mack, F. A. .Miami Beach McKinley, C. A. .Miami McLean, T. R. .New York McMains, H. .Orlando M Malumphy, F. J. .Massachusetts Manchester, R. G.Gainesville Martin, B. P. ..St. Petersburg 1 Martin O. F. Massachusetts .Maurer, M. E. .Ohio Meador, A. P. .West Virginia Medlar, S. A. .Pennsylvania [Merner, H. B. . .Jacksonville Metcalf, C. A. .Maine Miller, G. M. .Orlando Miller, L. .Miami Beach Miller, P. H. ... .Pennsylvania Miller, R. L. Miller, S. A. Mitchell, C. T. .Tennessee Mochrie, E. ..Iowa Money, J. V. Monroe, J. R. Montaeue. C. C.. Jr_ .Sarasota Moore, G. W. .Pennsylvania Moore, R. D. .Washington, D. C. Name Address Morgan, C. McA.... Morris, C. H. Moseley, J. R. Mulford, J. W.. Mummaw, G. K.. Muncie, C. H. Murphy, R. W. ..Daytona Beach Mutschler, 0. C. .Pennsylvania N Nelson, F. C. .Massachusetts Nikola, G. F. Noeling, G. D. Noeling, G. D., Jr.. Northern, R. J. Nye, H. R. 0 Odden, L. H. .New Jersey Ogle, J. M. .Washington O’Neill, A. ..Daytona Beach Orr, J. S. .Miami Osborn, E. E. Osborn, H. C. P Parker, F. A. .Canada Patterson, R. D. .New Jersey Pence, H. 0. Missouri Pettit, H. J. Pettapiece, H. J. Fheils, E. H. Pierce, E. G. Pierce, H. J. Pierce, H. V. Pierce, M. M. Pohlig, W. A. Pollard, C. E. Powrie, J. D. Pressly, M. W., Jr... Printy, S. Proctor, C. W. Purdon, W. F. Purnell, E. Q Quartel, H. W. Quick, R. T. ..West Palm Beach R Rader, N. L.. ..West Palm Beach Raffenberg, M. G... .Tampa Ramsey, E. L. .West Virginia Ramsey, F. E. .West Virginia Ranagan, F. J.

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8 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Name Add Rankin, F. Reay, M. Reid, McM. J. Reitmeyer, F. T..., Rich, J. R. Richards, T. J.. Richardson^ D. D... Richardson, G. A. Ripley, G. H., Jr.... Robinson, L. A. Rhodes, B. Rogers, R. W. Root, C. B. Rossman, W. F. Rothmeyer, G. S.... Routzahn, B. M. Rummel, C. D. Runyen, A.. ..St. Petersburg .Daytona Beach .Ohio .New Jersey .Michigan .Jacksonville .Miami .Mt. Dora ....Miami Beach %  Daytona Beach ....Rhode Island .New Jersey .Michigan .....Pennsylvania ....Pennsylvania .Lakeland .Oklahoma .Tampa S Sams, D. R. Sartwell, J. 0.. Saunders, A. B. Saunders, E. A. Sawyer, J. H. Scaife, M. E. Schumacher, E. L.... Schwieger, J. S. Seaman, K. L. Seay, T. G. Sellards, D. D. Shackelton, W. A. Shalett, I. J. Shay, W. G. Shellenberger, J. M. Shifflett, E. E. Shoemaker, P. A. Shull, D. R. Shupert, M. E. Siegert, A. M. Sigler, W. D. Simmons, H. F. Simpson, J. H. Singleton, R. O. Slater, A. B. Sluyter, E. G. Smith, A. W. Smith, H. R. Smith, J. R. Smith, S. P. Smyth, B. Snyder, F. D. Spalding, M. R. Spence, T. T. Spicer, E. W. Staff, L. E. .Sarasota ...Massachusetts .Pensacola .Canada ...Massachusetts .Illinois .Eustis .Michigan .Indiana .Ft. Myers .Michigan .Miami .Maine .Michigan .Pennsylvania .California .Michigan .:Ft. Lauderdale .Miami .Indiana .Miami .Pennsylvania .Jacksonville ..Tampa .Kansas .Michigan ...Massachusetts ..St. Petersburg .Texas .New York .Palm Harbor .Cocoa ...Massachusetts .North Carolina .Connecticut .Illinois Stahlman, H. E.Pennsylvj Stauffer, C. W.Illi Stem, H. L.Pennsylvj Stewart, C. B.St. Petersl Stewart, H. H.Minnei Stewart, J. J.Indi Stinson, J. A.St. Peterst Strayer, V. A.Orla Strobell, E. G. W.Califo: Sullivan, A.lUi Swartz, C. H.Lake] T Teets, C. P. Thompson, J. W. Tibe, R. T. Tilley, M. R. Tillman, C. G.... Tindall, A. W..., Tindall, C. C.. Tindall, K. B.... Toepfer, H. C.... Town, F. M. Towne, A. D. Treble, J. M. Tucker, A. R. .Washington, D .New Sl .Missi .Illi; .Geo] .Pensa .Kissim: .Orla ..Pennsylvj .St. Petersb .Mississ .New Y .North Caro U Underwood, R. E.Connect V Vandagrift, E. C..0( Van der Voort, P. C.C van de Sande, T. W.New Jei Volger, C. W.Delray Be von Behren, F. F.West Palm Be von Stirne, S. G. Cresswell.Wiscoi Vredenburgh, N. E.Califo] W Walker, C. N... Walker, H. M. Waller, C. F.... Waller, M. E.... .Te .Mil .Indi Ward, D. C. Warren, C. S... Waybright, K. 0. .Jackson\ Weber, W. G.. .Mi Weissberg, E. B. Wheeler, G. D.. Wheeler, S. E. Whitaker, H. K. White, G. H,...

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 9 Name Address Name Address White, W. E., Jr.Fernandina Wiley, E. W.Jacksonville Wilson, H. C.New York Wilson, P. E.Bartow Wilson, R. E.Daytona Beach Wilson, R. W...Daytona Beach Wilson, R. H.JPennsylvania Wirt, F. C.Dade City Wise, H. P., Jr.,. Wise, H. T. Withers, A. M.. Wunderlich, R. C, Wrig’ht, R. M. .Illinois .Illinois .Jacksonville •St. Petersburg .Michigan Y Yeamans, W. H.St. Petersburg Doctors of Osteopathy iFcadia: (DeSoto) Gettinger, Donald Rufus lartow: (Polk) Carlson, Henry S. Wilson, Paul Emerson Iradenton: (Manatee) Carlson, Oscar Pierce, Emery George Pierce, Harold Vickery Pierce, M. Margaret Jearwater: (Pinellas) Walker, Clarence Neel ’ocoa: (Brevard) Snyder, Frank Delano yoral Gables: (Dade) Andrews, Hazel M. )ade City: (Pasco) Wirt, Frederick Cravens •aytona Beach: (Volusia) Beckwith, Robert Lee I Briley, Morris P. Cann, Donald Stephen Harris, Frances Walton I Houghton, Richard B. I Murphy, Robert William i O’Neill, Addison Reay, Mildred t Robinson, Lloyd E. t Wilson, Robert E. J Wilson, Ruth Weurich jeLand: (Volusia) I DeShaw, Roy Gilbert i Fnson, George Warren felray Beach: (Palm Beach) Volger, Charles W. Eustis: (Lake) Ball, Clarence Strouse Schumacher, Erwin Leopold Fernandina: (Nassau) White, William Edmond, Jr. Ft.Lauderdale: (Broward) Calhoun, John Collier Shull, David Riley Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gnau, Charles Urban Gregory, Paul Donald Purdon, Walter F. Seay, T. G. Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Gainesville: (Alachua) Manchester, Raymond George Haines City: (Polk) Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: (Broward) Bingham, O. Alfred Homestead: (Dade) Denby, Charles Henry Jacksonville: (Duval) Bush, Ida Ellis Bush, L. E. Chappell, Arthur George Duffe, Paul Edgar Hillyer, Charles Clifton Larmoyeux, Louis John Memer, Harry Burdette Richards, Truman J. Simpson, John Henry W’aybright, Kenneth 0. Wiley, Edgel W. Withers, Avis M. Kissimmee: (Osceola) Tindall, Charles C. Lakeland (Polk) Comstock, Byron Herbert Conkling, Mattie T. H. Keller, Fred B. Lumley, Leila Embry Routzahn, Ben Moody Swartz, Clyde Haven Wheeler, Sarah E. Lake Wales: (Polk) Kingsbury, Louis C. Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Little, Albert James Leesburg: (Lake) Hunter, Melville Gunby Miami: (Dade) Beeman, Martin Scudder Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Carr, Harry Newton Commings, Robert Noble Conklin, Marion A. Cox, Martha M. Crutchfield, William E. Dunk, George Henry Walter Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Farrar, J. Marvin Ferguson, Cecil B. Ferguson, Ralph B. Gingerich, L. E. Herst, Sherrell Joseph Hovis, John Clark Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow McCormick, James J.

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY McKinley, Carroll Alexander Orr, J. Starl Powrie, James D. Proctor, Charles Willis Richardson, Donald D. Shackelton, Willard Arthur Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Sigler, William Davis Waller, Charles Foster Weber, Winifred G. White, Gilbert H. Miami Beach: (Dade) Foley, Walter Kane Gibbs, Stephen Bradford Green, Harry Mack, Frank Andrew Miller, Louis Ranag'an, Frances Josephine Ripley, Georg-e Harris, Jr. Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Mount Dora: (Lake) Richardson, Gerald A. New Port Richey: (Pasco) Brookman, Edwin Charles New Smyrna Beach: (Volusia) Farr, Bertrand H. Hunter, Ethel Brittain Lynch, Alice Ellena Ocala: (Marion) Vandagrift, E. C. Orlando: (Orange) Barry, Edward Joseph Brundage, Clarence Lester Buckmaster, Richard Pearl Bullock, Benoni A. Fuller, Caroline Griifin Harper, Josephine Houpt, Calvin James Howell, Joseph Corwin Hurd, Nettie M. McMains, Harrison Miller, Gerard Matthew Strayer, Vere A. Tindall, Kenneth B. Palm Harbor: (Pinellas) Smyth, Benjamin Panama City: (Bay) Carr, Iva Mae Coker, Doris Campbell Coker, Royal Philip Pensacola: (Escambia) Hoffman, Arthur Theodor( Saunders, Aubrey Burton Tindall, Amos Willard Plant City: (Hillsborough) Bei-ry, John Morrison Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Baugher, Leland Guy St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Calmar, Joseph Thomas Moseley, James Robert St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Beatty, Dale Clinton Cahill, James Brayton Davies, Owen P. Ellison, William Henry Eroh, Calvin Glascock, Alfred Dean Jennings, Charles Henry Love, Samuel Robert Martin, Basil Ferguson Noeling, George D. Osborn, Earl Evers Rankin, Florence Smith, Hunter R. Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stinson, James Antone Town, Florence May Wunderlich, Ray Charles Yeamans, Willis H. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Kell, Robert John Montague, Charles C., Jr. Sams, Daniel Raymond Weissberg, Elias B. Tallahassee: (Leon) Flynn, Egmund Thomas “Pat” Flynn, Emmett William Tampa: (Hillsborough) Bean, E. Harry Berry, Albert E. Berry, Nelle S. Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Norval Edward Clay, George Randall Day, Guilbert E. Pressly, Mason W., Jr. Raffenberg, Mina G. Runyen, Agnes Singleton, Robert 0. Vero Beach: (Indian Rivei Wheeler, George D. West Palm Beach: (Pain Beach) Brinklow, Howard K. Dove, Chester Earl Dove, Nettie H. Quick, Roy Terwilliger Rader, Nannie Lurah von Behren, Frederic Fu Winter Garden: (Orange) Harter, Bernard Paul Winter Haven: (Polk) Becker, C. Markel Lewis, Coia H, Lovejo 3 ?', Ashley Campb( Winter Park: (Orange) Frost, Edgar Major Ward, Daniel C. Zephyrhills: (Pasco ) Doe, Albin H. California: Blanchard, James Franl Carter, Walter Caldwel Cave, Francis A. Herroder, Theodore L. Holt, W. Luther Loveland, Mark M. Shifflett, Ella Edwards Strobell, Emily Griffith Wilson Vredenburgh, Norman I Colorado: Morgan, Cleveland McAlister Printy, Sylvia Warren, Charles Sherm Connecticut: Brake, Devdtt Henders Spicer, Ernest W. Underwood, Ralph Emerson

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 11 elaware: Berlin, Franklin Joseph George, Henry III eorgia; Bell, Mary Lillian Blauvelt, Rudd Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Harris, Edwin Lewis Tillman, Carl Gustave linois: Beckwith, Clifford Gorhan Beilke, Martin Carl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Collins, H. L. Crosby, Clifton A. Davis, Charles H. Downing, Wilbur Joseph Fuller, Willard Smith Garfield, Harold Fleming Groenewoud, John C. Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl Kinney, Leeta Fay McCaughan, Russell Craig McDonough, Weston M. Morris, Chester H. Pollard, Charles Emerson Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Stauffer, Chas. Wesey Sullivan, Anna Tilley, Moses R. Wise, Hugh P., Jr. Wise, Hugh Thomas odiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Caine, Allen Bennett Ferguson, Denzil Morton Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Hall, William Campbell Hout, Riblet Brisbane Seaman, Kent L. Seigert, Anna Mae Stewart, Jasper J. Â’ Waller, Mary Elizabeth ^)wa: Day, Milford C. Gulick, Eugene Allen Miller, Sara A. Mochrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Minnesota: Boone, Richard PVanklin Brown, Chas. Elmer Cohen, Frederick J. Slater, Arthur Burdette Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Harry H. Mississippi: Towne, Allen Dodge Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W. Becker, Alan Robert Day, Edwin Frank Maine: Betts, Addie K. Brown, Nora Robertson Metcalf, Charles Austin Pettapiece, Henry James Shalett, Irving Joseph Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. Atty, Norman Belmont Burns, Thomas Covey, Florence Alice Erbe, Henry Herman Ferris, Elizabeth May Gagen, Thomas F., Jr. Gorman, Lionel J. Heberle, Clement King Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel Malumphy, Francis Joseph Martin, Orel F. Nelson, Frank Chester Sartwell, James Oliver Sawyer, Joseph Harlan Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root Michigan: Bock, Leo Henry Cathcart, Nelson H. Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Havens, Ronald Louis Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Hubbell, Preston Reed Hutton, Donald Fox Johnson, Leroy Cletus Kahn, Samuel Bernard Money, J. Vincent Rich, John R. Root, Claude Boone Schwieger, James Scott Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shay, Walter George Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Sluyter, Edward Glenn Wright, Russell Melvin Missouri: Bartholomew, Garold C. Curry, Etna Kelso Harriss, Victoria Alexander Hildreth, Arthur Grant Kelley, Harlan Link Landes, Helen V. Larimore, Leland S. Pence, Herbert 0. Tibe, Royal Thomas Nebraska: Knapp, Frances Crothers New Jersey: Conklin, Hiram Lewis Conn, Milton Craver, Lloyd C. Odden, Loren Hansen Osborn, Harry Clifton Patterson, Robert Donald Pohlig, William Albert Reitmeyer, Frank Theodore Rogers, Robert W. van de Sande, Theo. White New York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beeman, Roy Herbert Burnard, Harold William Dillabough, Alyn Henry McLean, Theodore Russell Muncie, Curtis H. Nikola, George Francis Pettit, Henry Jewett Smith, Stewart P. Thompson, John Wilson Treble, John Mill Wilson, H. Clifford North Carolina: Berry, Albert E., Jr. Branstetter, Bertha W. Dye, Arthur McKee Elfrink, Blanche Mayes Foster, Julia E. Foster, S. Dales Guy, Jean E. Higgins, Charles Barker Spence, Talmadge T. Tucker, Adam Reynold

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12 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Oklahoma: Rummel, Chauncy D. Ohio: Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Buck, Randall Orson Corrodi, Albert Osmond Cottrell, Mead Kelly Custis, Warren Wood Jeffers, Herbert Sidney Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Mulford, John Warwick Mummaw, Glenn Karold Nye, Harold Robert Pheils, Ervin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Quartel, H. Ward Reid, McMillen James Van der Voort, Paul C. Oregon: Diebold, Wendell August Heldt, Charles Humphrey Irvine, Samuel Wesley Long, Custer Brenton Medlar, S. Agnes Miller, Patrick Henry Moore, George Washington Mutschler, Oscar C. Noeling, George Dietrich, Virginia: Bowen, Margaret E. Washington: Ogle, John Marion Washington, D. C. Jr. Moore, Riley D. Teets, Charles P. Northern, Robert Jerome Purnell, Emma Rossman, Walter Franklin Rothmeyer, George S. Virffinia* Shellenberg, John Mohler virgima. Simmons, Harry Frank Stahlman, Harry Earl Stem, Harold Lewis Toepfer, Howard Charles Wilson, Raymond Herbert Wisconsin: Meador, Aubrey Prentice Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Rhode Island: Brown, Niles A. Gants, Samuel L, Rhodes, Barbara Carlisle, Vernon R. Damm, Walter B. Gray, Earl Kenneth von Stirne, Sara G. Cresswell Pennsylvania: Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Bashline, Orrin Osborn Cozart, James Allen Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Dorrance, Harold James Drew, Ira Walton Drew, Margaret S. Fischer, Ralph L. Goehring, Harry Morgan Tennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Harris, Andrew J. Miller, Robert Lee Mitchell, Carey T. Texas: Callison, C. P. Smith, James Ralph Walker, Horace M. Canada: Ghostley, Raymond Chai Parker, Frederick Arthr Saunders, Edward Arthr England: Barber, Chas. William Dunning, John Jacob

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13 Bureau of Vital Statistics Doctors of Chiropractic Acker, G. C. Albea, H. B. Allen, J. M. Anderson, A. E. Anderson, W. V,. Angell, G. G. Angell, R. E. Arnold, H. C. Arnot, E. D. Address .Kentucky .Miami .Dade City St. Petersburg .Sarasota %  S t. Petersburg .St. Petersburg .Miami .Zephyrhills B Bethea, V. C. Bickel, F. Blankenship, I. N. Blumer, G. E. Boyle, G. M. Bradwell, C. 0. Brown, T. U. Brown, W. H. Brunkskill, R. W. Budreau, W. E. Burch, E. L. Butler, F. .Bartow .Hollywood .Clearwater .Melbourne %  Ft. Lauderdale .Tallahassee .Jacksonville .Indiana ..Winter Haven ..Miami .Arcadia —Miami Beach C Cacheris, C. J.— Cardwell, W. A. Carlin, W. P. Chippendale, J. Clarke, W. E... Clements, G. R. Cliff, C. W. Coates, G. McC, Collins, E. E. Conley, R. C. Connor, A. J. Cooper, B. B. Cowart, J. N. Cox, H. G. Coyne, J. R. .Miami .Lakeland .Jacksonville ..St. Petersburg .Jacksonville ..Sebring .Eustis .Lake Wales -West Virginia —St. Augustine %  Daytona Beach .Illinois .Jacksonville .J acksonville .Tampa D Dali, P. N. Daniel, T. C. Danks, J. C. Davis, L. W. Dean, J. R. Delaney, J. M.. Diesel, J. F. Doss, L. T.. Duffie, C. V. Dunn, M. S. Dyer, M. M. ..Connecticut ..St. Petersburg .Daytona Beach ..St. Petersburg ...Winter Haven .Pensacola .New Jersey .Sanford .Lakeland ..New York .Stuart Name Address Eldridge, W. P.Safety Harbor Elliott, R. J.Homestead F Fair, F. E.Bradenton Fambrough, C. W.Miami Farabaugh, F. D.Jacksonville Farnsworth, J. H.St. Petersburg Farr, D. J.Miami Finley W. A.DeLand Fisher, I.Michigan Fisher, J.Georgia Foreman, A. M.Sarasota Foster, C. E.Jacksonville Frank, F. R.Miami Frazier, F. J.West Palm Beach Frazier, J. R.West Palm Beach French, I. C.Orlando Gano, A. L. Gano, C. R. Gatchell, C. H.... Gerberg, R. J. Goelz, W. C. Gordon, C. E. Graham, R. T... Greer, W. B. Gregg, M. D. Gresham, R. R.. Grooms, R. C.... .Leesburg ..Leesburg .Orlando .New York .Pensacola .Tampa .St. Augustine ....Jacksonville .Delray Beach .Mississippi .Tampa H Hackradt, 0. A. Haire, M. L. Hardwood, S. E. Hauri, H. Heal, M. M. Heine, R. E. Heines, R. L. Heitz, J. J. Hendry, W. T. Henson, S. S. Hicks, W. L. Hook, C. R. Hopper, M. E. Horne, D. N. Howard, J. F. Hundley, G. Hutto, W. L. .Miami .Quincy .Deland .Bradenton .St. Petersburg .Miami .Miami .Sanford .Perry ...Crescent City .Plant City .Gainesville ..Colorado .Georgia ..Sarasota .Ft. Lauderdale South Carolina I Irion, A. D.. Irion, J. W. Jensen, W. J .Daytona Beach Jones, L. S. Jones, S. S.

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14 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Name Kapp, M. B. Kaufman, A. E... Kennedy, D. L... Kinsinger, E. L.. Kirk, D. K. Kitching, R., Jr. Krug, 1. S. Kubala, S. F. Address K .St. Petersburg .Ft. Lauderdale .Georgia ..Lakeland .Jacksonville . S tuart .Haines City .Iowa L Lamont, H. Lanier, C. Lawson, H. L. Loffler, E. J. .West Virginia .Brooksville .Palatka .Jacksonville Me McDearmid, G. A.Quincy MacDougall, W. E.Sanford McEwan, T. D.St. Petersburg McIntosh, D. C.West Palm Beach MacQuarrie, L. N.Pennsylvania M Maberry, E. J. Mahan, E. R. Mahan, H. A... Manley, C. Mayo, C. T. Menegay, J. E. Mentz, G. W. Mintz, B. A. Montgomery, L. E. Moore, M. M.. Morgan, A. M.. Morrison, T. H. Murphy, H. H.. Myers, G. J. .Miami .Bushnell .Bushnell .Frostproof .Tampa ..St. Petersburg .Orlando .Miami .Michigan .Ocala .Avon Park .Daytonia Beach .Haines City .California Nelson, H. A Nevills, J. H... N .Miami .Lake Wales O Oestricher, A. R.Orlando Olson, A. E.Miami Overbeck, A.Maryland Parker, J. G. Patterson, G. L. Perry, W. T. Pickett, A. C.. Pierce, B. A. Pierce, E. S. Pipkin, L. N. .Panama City ....Tallahassee ...Jacksonville .Illinois .Tampa ..Miami .Wauchula Name Ploudre, A. McG. Ploudre, F. G. Poling, E. H. Pontius, H. E. Pop, F. J., Jr. Pope, H. F. Powers, R., Jr. Pritchard, E. B... Posser, J. L. Puddicombe, R. Quinn, W. J.. Rabb, E. A. Rainey, D. I. Reynolds, L. E... Rhoads, B. H. Richholt, E. H. Robertson, P. H.. Rode, M. A. Ross, J. T., Jr. Rosseland, R. Saunders, B. M. Saunders, E. M. Saunders, E. T... Saunders, L. M Saunders, R. G. Scarborough, J. Q Schecht, W. G. Schmitz, E. R. Schoenthaler, W. F Schubert, F. S Scott, M. P. Shafer, A. H., Jr. Shelmire, C. T... Shively, R. T. Shumate, M. L Simonson, M. R.... Sligh, E. A. Sligh, J. E. Smith, A. R. Smith, B. E. Smith, M. A. Smith, M. C. R. Smith, V. B. Speight, W. E. Stephan, W. K.. Stephenson, R. W Swan, W. H.. Sykes, E. N.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 15 Name TallTnan, 0. H. T Address Pensaenla Taylor, J. W. Thiess, W. W. Thornton, F. R. .Orlando Thornton, K. N.... -.West Palm Beach Tilson, B. D. Titus, C. B. Tracy, M. E. Trentin M. -West Palm Beach Tucker, T. C. V Vail, K. F. N'ame Address W Warner, L. C.Ohio Webb, H. B. Orlando Wendland, H. J.Bradenton White, J. F.Miami White, J. M.Miami Wig-g^ins, W. R.New Smyrna Beach Williams, J. J...Tampa Wolfe, W. F.Wildwood Woodhull, M.Sarasota Worthing, B. W.Ohio Worthing, H. M.St Petersburg Wright, O. D.St. Petersburg Y Young, C. W.Tampa Young, R. L., Jr.Orlando Doctors of Chiropractic Arcadia: (DeSoto) Burch, Eugene L. Rabb, Earle Alvin Avon Park: (Highlands) Morgan, Arch Marlin Bartow: (Polk) Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Bradenton: (Manatee) Fair, Fred E. Hauri, Henry Wendland, Herman J. Brooksville: (Hernando) Lanier, Clyde Bushnell: (Sumter) Mahan, Ethel Reed Mahan, Harry Allen Clearwater: (Pinellas) Blankenship, Iva Neil Reynolds, Leo Eugene Irion, Alma Dorothy Irion, John William Stephan, William Fred Crescent City: (Putnam) Henson, Samuel Shirly Dade City: (Pasco) Allen, John Morrison Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Banks, Jack C. Connor, Arthur J. Jensen, William Morrison, Theodore Henry DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, Walter Arthur Harwood, S. Elizabeth Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Gregg, Maurice David Ross, James Thweatt, Jr. Eustis: (Lake) Cliff, Chester William Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Boyle, George Martz Hundley, Ginette Kaufman, Albert Edward Simonson, Marie R. Ft. Myers: (Lee) Saunders, Bertha Mary Saunders, Edward Meredith Saunders, Edward Terrell Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Smith, Blanche Ethel Frostproof: (Polk) Manley, Clifford Gainesville: (Alachua) Hook, Cecil R. Haines City: (Polk) Krug, Inda Sinclair Murphy, Houston Hilliard Hollywood: (Broward) Bickel, Frederick Richholt, Esther Holmes Smith, Virgil B. Homestead: (Dade) Elliott, Russell John Jacksonville: (Duval) Brown, Thomas Uriah Carlin, William Phillip Clarke William Edward Cowart, John N. Cox, Henry Grady Farabaugh, Francis Donald Foster, Cecil Eugene Greer, William Boyd Kirk, Daniel Kane Loffler, Erich J. Perry, Walter Theodore Pritchard, Emmett B, Rosseland, Rolf Scott, Marshall P. Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Smith, Allen Rex Lakeland: (Polk) Cardwell, William Arthur Duffie,^ Cecil Vincent Kinsinger, Elvin Lee

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16 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Scarborough, Jason Q. Sli^h, Emma A. Sli^h, Joseph J]dgar Speight, Walter Edward Lake Wales: (Polk) Coats, George McCreary NÂ’evills, Judson Harry Lake Worth: (Palm Bfeach) Saunders, Richard Guthrie Stephenson, Ray W. Leesburg: (Lake) Gano, Alice L. Gano, Cecil R. Melbourne: (Brevard) Blumer, G. E. Miami: (Dade) Albea, Horace B. Arnold, Henry Cla 3 rton Budreau, William Emory Cacheris, Constantine John Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Farr, Douglas Joseph Frank, Frederick R. Hackradt, Otto Albert Heine, Rosina E. Heines, Richard Lester Maberry, Elmer J. Mintz, Bertram Allan Nelson, Harold Albert Olson, A. E. Pierce, Edwin Stanley Pope, Hiram F. Powers, Richard, Jr. Saunders, Lewis Milo Schecht, William Grant White, John Fletcher White, John Merrill Miami Beach: (Dade) Butler, Frederick Robertson, Paul Herald New Smyrna Beach: (Volusia) Wiggins, William Russell Ocala: (Marion) Moore, Marion M. Tracy M. Everett Oldsmar: (Pinellas) Shumate, Mary I^uise Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Gatchell, Carl H. Mentz, Gustav W. Oestricher, Albert R. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Thornton, Frank Roscoe Vail, Kenneth Francis Webb, Hardie Black Young, Rexford L., Jr. Palatka: (Putnam) Lawson, Howard L. Panama City: (Bay) Parker, John Gordon Pensacola: (Escambia) Delaney, John Mansfield Goelz, William Charles Tallman, Ora Hubert Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) Haire, Marcus Lycurgus McDearmid, George Allen Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Eldridge, Warren Perry St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay Graham, Roberta T. St. Cloud: (Osceola) Rode, Madelyn Antionette Tucker, Thomas C. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Anderson, Ada E. Angell, Golden Gahm Angell, Robert E. Chippendale, John Daniel, Theodore Conrad Davis, Lee W. Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Heal, Minnie M. Kapp, M. Bernard Menegay, John Edward McEwan, Thomas Douglas Tilson, Bertha Davis Titus, Charles Bryan 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, John Finley Woodhull, Mabel Sebring: (Highlands) Clements, George R. Stuart: (Martin) Dyer, Myrtle Mable Kitching, Reginald, Jr. Tallahassee: (Leon) Bradwell, Clinch 0. Jones, Samuel Savage Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Tampa: (Hillsborough) Coyne, John R. Gordon, Charles Elmer Grooms, R. C. Mayo, Chas. Traynor Pierce, Burton Aaron Prosser, John L. Puddicombe, Raymond Schmitz, Edmond Richarc Williams, Joseph James Young, Charles Warren Tarpon Springs: (Pinellas) Smith, Mabel C. Robert Vero Beach: (Indian River' Shively, Robert Thomas Wauchula: (Hardee) Pipkin, Luther N*. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Frazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck Jones, Lawrence Samuel McIntosh, Daniel Caldwel Ploudre, Audrey McGill Ploudre, Frank George Rhoads, Benjamin H. Thornton, King N. Trentin, Marcel

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 17 Wildwood: (Sumter) Wolfe, William F. Winter Haven: (Polk) Brunskill, Robt. Williams Dean, James Robert Zephyrhills: (Pasco) Arnot, Emerson David California: Myers, George JelFerson Shelmire, Celia T. Colorado: Hopper, Maude E. Connecticut: Dali, Peter Nicolaisen Georgia: Fisher, John Horne, Daniel N. Kennedy, Duncan Lamar Illinois: Cooper, Benjamin B. Pickett, Alfred Charles Taylor, James Walter Indiana: Brown, W. Harding Iowa: Kubala, Stephen F. Pop, Frank J., Jr. Kentucky: Acker, George Coe Maryland: Overbeck, Adrian Massachusetts: Swan, Walter Herbert Michigan: Fisher, Irene Montgomery, Leonard E Mississippi: Gresham, Robert R. New Jersey: Diesel, John Frederick New York: Dunn, Maxwell S. Gerberg, Reuben J. Quinn, W. John Schoenthaler, William Frederick Thiess, William W. Ohio: Poling, Edith Haynes Schubert, Frederick S. Warner, Lawrence Ghas. Worthing, Burt W. Pennsylvania: MacQuarrie, Laura N. South Carolina: Hutto, William Leo Smith, Marshall Albert Tennessee: Pontius, Harry E. West Virginia: Collins, Edward Eustace Lament, Hector

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18 Florida State Board of Health Doctors of Naturopathy Name Abernethy, G. H. Alden, J. R. A Address ..Pensacola St. Petersburg B Baisden, M. J. Baker, F. G. Ballou, T. P. Barth, C. F. Baumgart, C. S. .Cross City .Miami .Palm Beach .Safety Harbor .Miami Beck, W. C. Beckman, S. Bercutt, S. L.. .Jacksonville .Miami .California Plf^Tik<^Tiship T. N. .Clearwater Blumer, L. Brainerd, W. W. Briggs, J. M. B^Â’inklpr G. H. ..Miami .New Jersey .St. Cloud .Miami Beach Bryant, R. A. Brown, W. A.. Bulerick, W. A. .Tampa .Tampa ..Illinois Camara, J. A. Carroll, F. E. Casev, P. M. Clark, W. T. Cockerham, C. D, Cold, P. E. Collins, F. X. Conley, R. C. Cox, H. G. Cox, V. P. Coyne, J. R. Crandall, B. E. Crandell, C. R. .Missouri .Wauchula .Miami .Pennsylvania .Bradenton .Tampa .St. Petersburg .St. Augustine .Jacksonville .Miami .Tampa .Indiana .West Palm Beach D Dahl, 0. Damsel, C. H. Davis, A. Dean, J. R. Dearborn, R. B. Detwiler, H. G. Dews, W. S. Doolittle, W. S. Dux, H. Dykeman, L. E. .Clearwater .Apopka .Ohio Winter Haven .Miami .Miami .Largo St. Petersburg .Jacksonville .Lake Wales E Ehrline, G. F.Miami Eldridge, W. P...Safety Harbor Evans, M. D. Miami Evans, T. W.Jdiami Name Frankhauser, G. L Frankhauser, J. H Farr, D. J. Feldmann, W. J. Finley, W. A. Foshee, E.. French, I. C. Friedman, S. Frischkorn, C. S Gatter, C. L.. Gavilla, J. Gesser, C. H Gilbert, N. A.. Gleim, H. E. Glorig, A. H. Goldstein, B. L Green, B. B. Gresham, T. A Gresko, S. J... Grille, E. F. Grossman, H. Guest, L. 0. Haag, H. W.. Haire, M. L. Hall, B. Hanoka, N. S.. Hardy, W. C... Hauser, B. G.. Heaps, L. F. Heintze,, A. C Heitz, A. W.. Heitz, J. J.. Henderson, K. I. Hendry, W. T Hicks, C. E. Hicks, W. L. Hinterpohl, A. R Holland, J. J Holm, A. H.... Hurst, M. Jansik, A. D.. Jensen, W. Johnson, L. P Johnson, W. I Johnston, M. H Jones, R.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 19 Address .Ohio .Miami .Miami .New Port Richey L ..St, Petersburg ..St. Petersburg .Daytona Beach .Ohio .Tampa .....Pennsylvania H.Eagle Lake ~ Miami .St. Petersburg .Miami Me .Jacksonville .Orlando D.West Palm Beach M Pennsylvania .Lakeland .Miami .Boca Grande L.Orlando ....Lake Worth .North Dakota P.North Dakota .Pennsylvania H.Haines City .Miami N .Daytona Beach O .West Palm Beach .New York ....New Jersey ..Miami Beach ..Miami Delray Beach A.Jacksonville Beach ...J acksonville .Oklawaha .New York Miami Name R Address Rasmussen, E. L, Rasmussen, F. C... Rasmussen, H. L. Robbins, D. F.. Rode, M. A. Ronning, P. C...., Roop, W. H. Rose, D. Ross, J. T., Jr.. ....Coral Gables ...Coral Gables .Ft. Myers .Miami .St. Cloud .Miami .Tampa _Jacksonville ..Delray Beach S Saalfrank, R. B.Miami Sachs, M. H.Miami Sampson, E. B.Jllinois Schaeffer, M. B.Miami Schippell, T. M.Washington, D. C. Schreiber, A...Utah Scott, D. W.Orlando Shafer, A. H. Jr.Jacksonville Shannon, K. C.Miami Singley, V. L.Miami Beach Sisson, R. R.Jacksonville Slater, 0. I.Ft. Lauderdale Smith, A. R.Jacksonville Smith, E. Y.Jacksonville Smith, T. K.Miami Smith, W. J.Tampa Snyder, C. C.St. Petersburg Soda, L. E.Miami Beach Spitler, H. R.Key West Steele, M.Palm Beach Sust y de Llanos, A. A.Tampa Springmyer, C. C.St. Petersburg T Thomas, C. G. Thompson, E. D. Thornton, K. N. Tift, M. D. Tipton, M. G. Trentin, M.. Trussler, C. Turner, C. F. .Pensacola .West Palm Beach .West Palm Beach .Illinois .St. Petersburg -West Palm Beach .Missouri .Jacksonville Urbuteit, F. Utrecht, W. .Tampa .Tampa V Vail, K. F.Orlando Viti-Mariani, H... .Tampa Vogel, M. A.Texas

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20 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Name W Address Walden, W. A... Walsdorf, C. W. Wambaugh, J. L. Watson, CiB. Indiana Weinger, I... Woissbprf^, .Miami Connecticut Wenger, R. W. Whidden, L. A. Whitesides, G. H. E. ..Ohio .DeLand Whiting, E. E. Name Wong, G. N. Addres Woodhull, M. Woollard, G. E. Miaryii Young, C. McK.... Y Young, H. E. Zamost, I.. Z Zarch, H. L. Doctors of Naturopathy Apopka: (Orange) Damsel, Charles Henry Boca Grande: (Lee) Melser, James P. Whidden, Lionel Alton Bradenton, (Manatee) Cocherham, Corbett D. Clearwater: (Pinellas) Blankenship, Iva Neil Dahl, Oliver Heaps, Lewis F. Coral Gables: (Dade) Rasmussen, Edwin Ludwig Rasmussen, Franklin C. Cottondale: (Jackson) Gresko, Stephen J. Cross City: (Dixie) Baisden, Ma Jar Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Jensen, William Lee, Guy Lester Niemi, Ivar S. DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, W. Arthur Whitesides, Gertrude Harriet Elizabeth Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Patterson, Dellizon Earl Ross, James T., Jr. Eagle Lake: (Polk) Lindlahr, Victor H. Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Feldmann, William John Glorig, Aram Hovanness Slater, Olive Isador Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, T. A. Rasmussen, Hazel H. Walden, Watson A. Gainesville: (Alachua) Whiting Ernest Edwin Graceville: (Jackson) Hardy Willie Clayton Haines City: (Polk) Murphy, Houston H. Jacksonville: (Duval) Beck, William C. Cox, Henry Grady Dux, Henry McCarthy, William Brown Perry, Walter T. Rose, David Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Allen Rex Smith, Edward Young Turner, Charles Franklin Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Patterson, John A. Key West (Monroe) Spitler, Harry Riley Lakeland: (Polk) Foshee, Earline Jones, Rollin Massaia, Joseph P. Lake Wales: (Polk) Dykeman, Lillian Edwarc Lake Worth: (Palm Beach Hicks, Claude E. Merley, John M. Largo: (Pinellas) Dews, William S. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Hall, Bartow Miami: (Dade) Baker, F. Gorton Baumgart, Catherine May (Shively) Beckman, Samuel Blumer, Louis Casey, Phyllis M. Cox, Vernon Pennock Dearborn, Reuben B. Detwiler, Harold Govan Ehrline, George Francis Evans, Margaret Doroth; Evans, Thomas Watson Farr, Douglas Joseph Gesser, Charles Henry Holland, John Joseph Holm, A. Harry Kendall, Randall Palmer, Jr. Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Lombard, Louis E. Luther, Beatrice Matera, Joseph Mario Murray, Lorna M. Paradis, Earl C.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 21 Post, Myron Hazleton Robbins, Donald Frederick Jansik, Albin D. Roiming, Paul C. Augustine: (St. Johns) Saalfra^, R. Bartlett Conley, Ransom Clay Sachs, Moses H. ox j i x Schaeffer, Michael B. St. Cloud: (Osceola) Shannon, Kenneth Coleman %  4 j. Smith, Tilman K. Madelyn Antoinette Walsdorf, Chester William St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Weinger, Isidor Alden, John R. Young, Carolyn McKenney Collins, Francis X. Young, Hanford Earl Miami Beach: (Dade) Brinkler, George Henry Grossman, Harry Palma, Paul R. Singley, V. Leeds Soda, Lawrence Edward Woollard, George Edward New Port Richey: (Pasco) Krebs, A. E. Ocklawaha: (Marion) Polney, Peter A. Ojus: (Dade) Wambough, Joseph Leo Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Heitz, John J. McFerrin, Charles B. Menzel, Ora Lorien Scott, David Walter Vail, Kenneth Francis Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. Steele, Milton Panama City: (Bay) Haag, Harry W. Pensacola: (Escambia) Abemethy, George Halsey Heintze, Arthur Carl Thomas, C. G. Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) Haire, Marcus Lycurgus Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Barth, Con F. Eldridge, Warren P. Frankhauser, Glen Leroy Winter Haven: (Polk) Dean, James Robert California: Bercutt, Sonya L. Hinterpohl, Arthur Robert Connecticut: Weissberg, Simon Georgia: Zarch, Herman Louis Illinois: Bulerick, William A. Sampson, Ewell B. Tift, Martin D. Indiana: Crandall, Burton Edwin Watson, Carl B. Missouri: Camara Joseph Anthony Trussler, Clarence New Jersey: Brainerd, Warren Will Palese, Lawrence Rocco New York: Friedman, Samuel Goldstein, Benjamin Lewis Grille, Edward Francis Hanoka, N. S. Hauser, Bengamin Gayelord Oliveri, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy North Dakota: Miller, Jacob H. Miller, Theresa Fetzer Ohio: Davis, Alexander Gleim, Harry F. Johnson W. Irving Kelso, James Lehman, Wilburn H. Wenger, Ralph Webster Pennsylvania: Clark W. Thomas Gatter, Charles L. Lindhe, Rolf E. Mashadre, Louis J. Mollier, Merri Claude Wong, George Nelson Zamost, Israel Texas: Vogel, Max A. Utah: Schreiber, August Virginia: Frischkom, Carl Salem Washington, D. C. Schippell, Theresa Marie Doolittle, William S. Farnsworth, James Howard Henderson, Karl I. Hurst, Milton Lauber, John Hayes Lauber, Sentha Lunin, Yale Snyder, Clifford Charles Springmyer, Clifton Cread Tipton, Merrill G. Sanford: (Seminole) Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Woodhull, Mabel Tampa: (Hillsborough) Brown, W. Alston Bryant, Robert Abner Cold, Paul E. Coyne, John R. Gavilla, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Green, Bertha B. Guest, Lyle Orville Johnson, Lyle P. Johnston, Mabyl K. Lentjes, Fred Roop, William Henry Smith, Walter Jerome Sust y de Llanos, Aurelio A. Urbuteit, Fred Utrecht, William Viti-Mariani, Hannibal Wauchula: (Hardee) Carroll, Francis E. West Palm Beach) Beach (Palm Crandall, Charles R. McKenney, Louis Duve' Oakley, Leonard Wicks Thompson, Edward Daniel Thornton, King N. Trentin, Marcel

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22 Florida State Board of Health Chiropodists Name Address A Adams, J. E.St. Petersburg Adams, J. M......St. Petersburg Adams, L. B.St. Petersburg Anderson, M.Tampa Applegate J. M.St. Petersburg Arany E. E.Orlando Name Addresi Hart, M. A. Hauch, R. D.... Henchey, T. J. Heslop, J. W... Holmes, A. M.. Hurd, E. B. .Miam .Illinois %  West Palm Bead .Pennsylvanu ..Orlandt .Miam B Beishline, M. L.Lakeland Babcock, D. M.Illinois Blonde, J. V.Miami Brownsey, E. G.Tampa Bums, M. J...New Jersey J Jones, S. R.Miam K Koehl, J. F.West Palm Bead C Campagna, M. .Daj^ona Beach Capper, G. I. .Oregon Carsley, E. M. Casell, S. G. .Coral Gables easier, R. L. .Ft. Lauderdale Colitz, H. E . Miami Beach Crim, W. W. D DnnTia Beach Davis, W. A. Devorsak, E. C. Dohprt.y, .1. Tj_ Miami Dowling, H. A. .Jacksonville Dunn, C. S. .New Jersey Dyrenforth, L. J.... ..West Palm Beach E Eagle, G. H. .Miami Eg^ley, F. A. .Connecticut Ehrenberg, A. M... .Orlando Ellison, W. E. .Tampa F Feinberg, H.. .Miami Beach G Girard, J. M.. .Miami Beach Gisler, C. C. .Orlando Glaser, S. .St. Petersburg Gleason, B. .Miami Goddard, G. R.. Goldberg, E. Goldwag, H. L.. Griffin, U. M H Hackel, C. Halton, R. E. .Sarasota Hart, J. J. L Laubenthal, F. N. Laubenthal, J. J. LePompadour, F. S. Lemer, S. J. .St Petersburi ..PensacoU Levey, I. .Daytona Bead Levey, W. .Daytona Bead Levy, B. .New Yorli Lewis, W. T. PernsylvaTiia Lewy, L. .New Yorl Lewy, M. .Tampj Lewy, S. .Tampa Lindley, R. E. .Winter Havei Lindsay, J. H. .Jacksonville Livers, L. L. .Ohic London, L. .Daytona Bead Me McCormack, F. J. .New Yorl McDermott, M. V. .Miami Bead M Manship, G. R. .DeLanc Marsh, M. E. .Mount Dors Meister, J. L. .Jacksonville Meyer, U. E. Morley, A. R. F Pelletier, G. A. Miami Beacl: Peters, M. .T. .Lakeland Pierce, V. M.. Piper, E. M. .Ft. Myers Porter, F. L. .Maine Powers, C. L. .St. Petersburg Q Quixley, C. L.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics CHIROPODISTS 23 Name R Raleigh, A. K. Address Name T Address Redell, M. Reis, S. W. Rosen, L. Ross, S. B. Rowe, F. W. Rowe, J. T. Rowe, M. A. S. Ryan, A. E. Rymer, B. J. S Sadowsky, B. H.. Saner, P. J. ,^pnrdnlla C. N. .New York .Palm Beach ..Tampa .. Miami .Miami .St. Petersburg” Miami Beach 2.. Thomas, W. J.. Thomson, R. C. Tonissen, 0. J. L. Torpey, R. N. V Vidler, J. W. M. von M. Gerard, W.... W Ward, G. M. ..Jacksonville .Orlando .New York Sehipppr, ,T. F. Miami Webb, E. L. Schroedel, E. A. K— .Daytona Beach Wellesley, A. .Miami Beach Schwartz, I. H. Wikler, S. J. Pennsylvania Shannon, M. A. Wilev T, .T Fat^ W a 1 Singer, L. .JVIiami Skaley, J. H. Y Skinner, L. R. ...West Palm Beach X Sender ling, H. .New York Young, H. H. Chiropodists Coral Gables: (Dade) Casell, Sidney G. Grim, Warren Walter Daytona Beach (Volusia) Campagna, Matthew Danser, Harrie Hinchcliffe Levey, Irving Levey, William London, Larry Schroedel, Esther A. K. OeLand: (Volusia) Manship, George Russell Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) easier, Robert Leroy i?t. Myers: (Lee) Piper, Ella Mertie ^t, Walton: (Okaloosa) I Wiley, Lydia Jayne Jacksonville: (Duval) Dowling, Heywood Augustus %  Hackel, Carl %  Lindsay, John Hubert Meister, John Louis Thomson, Raymond Carl Tonissen, Otto J. L. Lakeland: (Polk) Beishline, Mearl Lee Peters, Mathilde J. Miami: (Dade) Blonde, John V. Eagle, Goldie Horr Doherty, James Lawrence Gleason, Bertha Griffin, Undine M. Hart, John James Hart, Mary Ann Hurd, Edward B. Jones, Sidney R. Laubenthal, Frederick Nicholas Laubenthal, Jacob John Rowe, Fannie Weeks Rowe, James Tonking Rowe, Maude Anna Shannon Ryan, Avis Emily Schipper, J. F. Schwartz, I. H. Shannon, Marilla A. Singer, Louis Webb, Eugene LeHardy Young, Harry Himan Miami Beach: (Dade) Colitz, Herman Earl Feinberg, Herbert Girard, Joseph Murph McDermott, Mary V. Pelletier, George Arthur Sadowsky, Bernard H. Scardulla, Chris N. Von M. Gerard, William Wellesley, Arthur Mt. Dora: (Lake) Devorsak, Emric Carl Marsh, Mildred E. Ocala: Quixley, Charles Lyle Orlando: (Orange) Arany, Egmont Edward Ehrenberg, Arno M. Gisler, Charles Christian Holmes, Addie M. Raleigh, Anna Kaiser Vidler, J. W. M. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Reis, Solly Williams Pensacola: (Escambia) Lerner, Sidney J. Plant City: (Hillsborogh) Skaley, John H.

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24 St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Adams, Joy E. Adams, James Milton Adams, Loney B. Applegate, Jack Moore Carsley, Elsie May Glaser, Sylvia LePomadour, Francis S. Powers, Clement L. Saner, Peter L. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Halton, Richard Everson Tallahassee: (Leon) Davis, William A. Tampa: (Hillsborough) Anderson, Mary Brownsey, Edgar George Ellison, William Edwin Lewy, Morris Lewy, Scofield Rosen, Louis Taylor. John B. Florida State Board of Health CHIROPODISTS West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Dyrenforth, Lewis J. Henchey, Thomas Joseph Koehl, Joseph F. Meyer, Ulrick E. Skinner, Lena R. Winter Haven: (Polk) Lindley, Russell E. Connecticut: Egley, Fred August Illinois: Babcock, Donald Murray Hauch, Robert Dixon Thomas, William Jay Kentucky Goddard, Glen R. Maine: Porter, Fred Linwood Massachusetts: Torpey, Richard N. New Jersey: Bums, Margaret J. Dunn, Charles Seymour Rymer, Bernard Joseph New York: Goldberg, Edward Goldwag, Harry L. Levy, Ben Lewy, Louis McCormack, Ferden Jerome Morley, Arthur R. Redell, Monroe Ross, Sidney B. Sonderling, Herman Ward, George M. Ohio: Livers, Lorene L. Oregon: Capper, George I. Pennsylvania: Heslop, James Wesley Lewis, William T. Wikler, Simon Joseph Wisconsin: Pierce, Victoria M.

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25 Bureau of Vital Statistics Florida Basic Science Law CHAPTER 19281—(No. 286) SENATE BILL No. 35 AN ACT to Establish a State Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences Underlying’ the Practice of the Healing Art, to Provide For its Organization, Powers, Duties and Compensation, to Provide For Examination in the Basic Sciences and That Certification by Said Board of Proficiency in the Basic Sciences to be a Prequisite to the Eligibility of Any Person For Examination For License to Practice the Healing Art; to Define the Basic Sciences, the Healing Art, a License, and to Provide Penalties For the Violation of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF* THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Section 1. This Act shall be known as the “Florida Basic Science Law.” Section 2. DEFINITIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OP THIS ACT; (a) The term Basic Science shall mean the following subjects: 1— Anatomy; 2—Physiology; 3—^Chemistry; 4—Pathology; 5—Bacteriology. (b) For the purpose of this Act, the healing art includes any system, treatment, operation, diagnosis, prescription or practice for the ascertain ment, cure, relief, pallition, adjustment, or correction of any human disease, ailment, deformity, injury, or unhealthy or abnormal physical or mental condition. (c) A license is a certificate issued to a person authorizing him or her to practice the healing art. Section 3. There is hereby established a board of examiners in the basic sciences to consist of five (5) members authorized and directed to conduct written examination of all persons who shall hereafter desire to apply for a license to practice the healing art. Said examination shall cover the five (5) following basic sciences, viz: 1—Anatomy; 2—Physiology; 3—Chemistry; 4—Pathology; 5—Bacteriology. Section 4. No person shall hereafter be eligible for examination or per mitted to take an examination for a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof or be granted any such license unless and until he has presented to the licensing board or other authority empowered to issue such license, a certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences as provided in this Act. This requirement shall be in addition to all other requirements now or hereafter in effect with respect to the issuance of such license or licenses. Section 5. This Act shall not be construed as applying to dentists, pharmacists, nurses, optometrists, chiropodists and Christian Sciences practicing within the limits of their respective callings; nor to persons licensed to practice the healing art or any branch thereof in the State of Florida at the time this Act first takes effect, nor to persons specifically permitted by law to practice without licenses who practice each within the limits of the privileges thus granted them. Section 6. The Governor shall, within 30 days after this Act takes effect, appoint a board of examiners in the basic sciences, hereinafter referred to as the “board of examiners in the basic sciences” consisting of five (5) members learned in the basic sciences named herein, from the faculties of the universities and colleges in Florida having four years colleg*e courses who shall be appointed one (1) for two (2) years, and two (2) for three (3) years and two (2) for four (4) years from the date of their respective

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26 Florida State Board of Health appointments. On the expiration of the term of any member the Governor shall fill the vacancy or vacancies by appointment for a term of four (4) years; on the death or resignation or removal of any member the Governor shall fill the vacancy by appointment for the unexpired portion of the term. Every member shall serve until his successor is appointed and qualified. Not more than two (2) members of the board shall be appointed from ‘the faculties of any one (1) of the Universities or colleges described herein. Section 7. The board shall meet and organize as soon as practicable, after appointment. It shall have power to elect officers from its members, to adopt a seal and to make such rules, in addition to the rules hereinafter specified, as it deems expedient to carry this Act into effect. The board shall elect a chairman and secretary from among its members. The secre tary of the board of examiners in the basic sciences who is to handle all the funds received by the board must execute a bond in adequate amount and with good and sufficient surety, payable to the State and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office. Section 8. The secretary shall keep a correct record of the proceedings of said board which shall be prima facie evidence of all matters contained therein; he shall also keep the questions submitted in the examination of any applicant and the applicant’s answers thereto, and upon the granting of a certificate, shall certify to the secretary of State, the various boards of examiners in the healing arts, and the State Board of Health. Section 9. The chairman of the Board shall arrange the place in which ^ to conduct the examination held by said board which shall be at one of the universities or colleges represented by members of the board. Section 10. The expenses of this board shall be paid out of the fees received from applicants. After all the expenses, and deducting 10% as a sinking fund to be used for future deficits, the remainder shall be divided equally among the members of the board. Section 11. The fee for examination or any re-examination by the board shall be ten ($10.00) dollars; all fees shall be paid to the secretary of the board of examiners in the basic sciences by the applicant at the time of filing application. Section 12. No person shall be eligible for examination for a certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences until he shall have furnished satisfactory evidence to the board that he is a citizen of the United States of America, is of good moral character and is a graduate of an accredited high school, or possesses the educational qualifications equivalent to those required for graduation by all accredited high schools, such educational qualifications to be determined by the board. Section 13. Any person desiring to take the examination for a certi ficate of proficiency in the basic sciences shall make application to the board, at least fifteen (15) days before the examination on a form provided by the board. Such application must be accompanied by the examination fee and such proof as' is necessary to show the eligibility of the candidate to take such examination. All applications shall be in accordance with the rules of the board and shall be signed and verified by oath of the applicant. Provided that said application should not contain questions to be answered by said applicant which will disclose the professional school he may have attended or what system of treating the sick he intends to pursue. Section 14. The board shall give public notice of the time and place of all examinations to be held under this Act and such notice shall be given in such manner as the board may deem expedient and in ample time to allow all candidates to comply with the provisions of this title.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 27 Section 15. Said board shall meet at a place selected by the chairman and there conduct examinations in the basic sciences twice a year, at a time to be selected by the board, the examinations to be held approximately six (6) months apart. Every examination shall be conducted in writing in English in such manner that the applicant shall be known by number only until such examination papers are read and the proper grade determined. The examination shall be of such a nature as to constitute a reasonable test as to whether the person so examined has such knowledge of the elementary principles of the basic sciences as should be attained upon the completion of a course of study of the following subjects for the number of hours specified: Anatomy 400 hours; Physiology 200 hours; Chemistry 200 hours; Pathology 160 hours; Bacteriology 100 hours. The board shall establish rules for conducting all examinations, gnrading of examinations and passing upon the educational qualifications of applicants as shown by such examina tions. If the applicant receives a credit of 75% or more in each of the basic sciences, he shall be considered as having passed the examination. If the applicant receives less than 75% in one subject and receives 75% or more in each of the remaining subjects, he shall be allowed a re examination at the examination next ensuing, on application and the pay ment of the prescribed fee, and he shall be required to be re-examined only in the subject in which he receives a rating less than 75%. If the applicant receives less than 75% in more than one subject, he shall not be re-examined unless he presents proof, satisfactory to the board, of additional study in the basic sciences sufficient to justify re-examination. No part of the pre paration of questions, the actual giving of the examinations or the grading of papers may in any way be delegated to any person other than a member of the board, or otherwise performed by any person not a member of the board. Section 16. Three members of the board shall constitute a quorum for conducting examinations. Section 17. The board shall issue a certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences to each of the successful applicants after examinations as pro vided in this Act. All examination papers and the answers thereto, to gether with the grading thereof, shall be saved for a period of two years, and unsuccessful applicants shall be entitled to photostatic copies thereof, upon payment of the expense of same, upon filing his appeal in the Circuit Court of the County where the examination was held, which appeal must be filed within a year of the date on which the results are announced. Any unsuccessful applicant who may feel aggrieved by reason of the conduct or action of the board in denying him a certificate of piroficiency may appeal to the Circuit Court of the County where the examination was held and there obtain judicial review of the ruling complained of; but in every such case the burden shall be upon the applicant to show gross error, discrim ination or other unfair treatment, the rulings and findings of the Board being in all such cases presumptively correct. Section 18. Each certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences shall be in the form prescribed by the board, under the name and seal of the board and signed by its chairman and secretary. Section 19. Any person affected hereby who shall practice the healing art or any branch thereof without first having obtained a certificate or pro ficiency in the basic sciences, or who shall violate or participate in the violation of any of the provisions of this Act, shall be guilty of a misde meanor and upon convicition thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred ($500.00) dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one (1) year, or both such fine and imprisonment. It shall be the duty of the attorney-general and of the several ctounty solicitors or state attorneys, where there is no county solicitor, to prosecute violations of this Act.

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28 Florida State Board of Health Section 20. CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES VOID.—Any basic science certificate of proficiency and any license to practice the healingart or any branch thereof, issued contrary to this Act, is void. Any licensing board which has issued a license on the basis of a void basic science cer tificate shall revoke or cancel that license. The procedure for such re vocation or cancellation shall be in accordance with the provisions of the Act under which such license v/as issued, authorizing the cancellation or revoca tion of licenses generally. The certificate issued to any person by the state board of examiners in the basic sciences shall be revoked automatically by ;he revocation of his license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof. Section 21. FRAUDULENT LICENSES FORBIDDEN.—Any person who obtains or attempts to obtain a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof from any board or officer authorized to issue such license, without presenting to said board or officer a valid certificate issued to the applicant by the state board of examiners in the basic sciences, as in this Act required, shall be fined not more than five hundred ($500.00) dollars or imprisoned not more than one (1) year, or both in the discretion of the Court. Section 22. ISSUE OF FRAUDULENT LICENSES FORBIDDEN.— Any person who knowingly issues or participates in the issue of a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof (1) to any person who has not presented to the licensing board a valid certificate from the state board of examiners in the basic sciences or (2) to any person who has presented to such licensing board a certificate obtained from the state board of examiners in the basic scinces by dishonesty or fraud, or any fdrged or counterfeit certificate, shall be fined not more than five hundred ($500.00) dollars or imprisoned not more than one (1) year, or both, in the discretion of the Court. Section 23. No provisions of this Act shall be construed as repealing any statutory provision in force at the time of its passage v/ith reference to the requirements governing the issuing of a license to practcie the heal ing art, or any branch thereof, but any board authorized to issue licenses to practice the healing art, or any branch thereof, shall accept certificates of proficiency issued by the Florida Board of examiners in the basic sciences in lieu of examining applicants in such sciences. Section 24. Should any section, clause, sentence or provisions of this Act be held to be invalid for any reason, such holding or decree shall not be construed as affecting the validity of any of the remaining portions of this Act, it being the intent of the Legislature that this Act shall stand and that the Legislature would have adopted the remainder of this Act not withstanding the invalidity of any such section, clause, sentence, or pro vision. Section 25. All laws or parts of laws contrary to the provisions of this Act or inconsistent therewith are hereby repealed. Section 26. This Act shall take effect ninety (90) days after its passage and approval of the Governor, or upon its becoming a law without such approval. Became a law without the Governor’s approval. Filed in Office Secretary of State, June 12, 1939.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 29 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVI AN ACT to Require thfe Re^stration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Practic ing 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: 3398. That form 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 register ing, each licensee shall file, to be kept in a bound volume, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court an affidavit of the above facts and also that he is the person named in such license and had before receiving the same complied with all the requirements as to examination required by law; that no money was paid for such license except the regular fee paid by all applicants therefor; that no fraud, misrepresentation or mistake in any material regard was employed by anyone or occurred in order that such license should be granted. The ClerkÂ’s fee for recording such license and affidavit shall be the same as for recording a Deed. The Circuit Clerk of each County shall make and report to the Secretary of the State Board of Health on the 31st day of December of each year of all certificates registered by him. 3399. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medi cal and/or material systems of healing and every other person hereafter duly licensed to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of one dollar. 3400. 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 residence address, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgements of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the

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30 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath. 3401. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before October 1st of each year after the first re^stration shall mail or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of application for regis tration, 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. 3402. The Secretary of the State Board of Health shall issue to any duly licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, naturopath, midwife and others duly licensed by any State Board to practice the medical and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st. 3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. 7703. 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 dollars. 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, 1937.

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Bureau oj Vital Statistics 31 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVni Osteopaths 3417. D efinition—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 standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as here inafter set forth. (Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, §1). 3418. L icense required.—It shall be unlawful for any person to practice osteopathic medicine and surgery without a license. (Id. §2.) 3419. O t her schools of medicine, surgery and chiropractic not affected. —The practice of medicine, surgery and chiropractic by duly licensed prac titioners under the laws of this State, shall in no way be affected by the provisions of this Chapter. (Id. §3.) 3420. F ormer 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 ex aminers] 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 af quorum. The said examiners shall be known and con stitute the State Board of osteopathic medical examiners hereinafter re ferred 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 examina tion all applicants shall be notified in writing. The compensation of ex aminers 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 osteopathic medical examiners. 2. Submit evidence verified on oath and satisfactory to the said board that applicant is twenty-one years or 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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32 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 provi sions of section 3427. 25.00 (Id. §6.) 3423. Professional education.—Standards of professional education are fiixed 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 subjects necessary to educate a thoroughly competent general osteopathic physician and surgeon, includ ing obstetrics and surgery, and embodying instructions in anesthetics, antiseptics, germicides, parasiticides, narcotics, and antidotes, to teach prin ciples 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 equilvalent 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 of four terms of nine months each, its course of study to include the sub jects as follows: Anatomy (descriptive, regional, applied, surgical and dissection). Embryology. Chemistry (advanced to include organic and physiological chemistry and toxicology). Histology. Physiology. Bacteriology. Hygiene. Hydrotheraphy. 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) C o rrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 33 (e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis, psychiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and diiferential) clinical surgery. Eye, ear, nose and throat. Gynecology. Obstetrics. Professional ethics and efficiency. Medical jurisprudence. An 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 exam ination 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 medi 7. Diagnosis. cine. 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 ex aminers may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteo pathy and who has passed an examination for admission into the medical corps of the United States Army, United States Nhvy, 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 ^ood moral character. 2. That the requirements to practice in the State, Territory, Coimtry 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 fee as licen tiates 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 reiH>rting 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 de partments to which the same are made.

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34 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 osteo pathic medcial 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 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, practising 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 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.) 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, suspen sion and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also 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 practioner 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.)

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 35 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 the remaianing 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 invialid clause or section or matter had not been incorporated therein. (Id. §19.) 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 mis representation. 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.) CHAPTER 19066—(No. 71). HOUSE BILL NO. 419 AN ACT To Require All Persons Licensed to Practice Osteopathic Medicine in the State of Florida to Renew Annually Their Licenses with the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners; To Provide for the Con ditions Upon Which Renewal of Licenses Shall Be Issued and Requirements Prerequisite to the Granting of Such Renewal Licenses; To Provide for Notice to Be Given Licensees Under Said Board of the Provisions and Re quirements of This Act; To Provide for the Forfeiture of Licenses to Practice Osteopathic Medicine for the Failure to Comply With the Pro visions of This Act, and to Prescribe Requirements for the Restoration of Licenses: BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. All persons who are now or may hereafter be regularly licensed to practice osteopathic medicine in the State of Florida shall, on or before the first day of January annually hereafter, renew his or her license and pay a renewal fee of $5.00 each year to the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners; provided that, beginning on the first day of January, 1941, in addition to the payment of such renewal fee, each licensee so applying for a license renewal shall furnish to said Board satis factory evidence that he or she has attended the two-day educational pro gram as conducted by the Florida Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, or its equivalent as approved by the Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners of the State of Florida, in the year preceding each such applica tion for a renewal. The Secretary of the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners shall send a written notice to this effect to every person holding a valid license to practice osteopathic medicine within this State, at least thirty days prior to the first day of January in each year, directed to the

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36 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 last known address of such licensee, and shall enclose with such notice proper blank forms for application for such annual license renewal. Every person failing to renew his or her license within thirty days after the same is due shall automatically forfeit his or her license to practice Osteopathic Medicine in the State of Florida but may have his or her license restored upon payment of a restoration fee of $5.00 for each delinquent year in ad dition to the renewal fee of $5.00 and upon presentation of satisfactory evidence of post graduate study of a standard approved by the Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners of the State of Florida. SECTION 2. 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 15, 1939. Filed in Office of Secretary of State May 15, 1939.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 37 Florida Chiropractic Law CHAPTER 9330, No. 212 AS AMENDED 1937 AN ACT to Reg^ulate the Practice of Chiropractic; to Create and Provide for the Appointment of a Board of Choripractic Examiners; to Define the Powres and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty for Violation of the Provisions of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Board: Qualifications.—There is hereby created and established a Board to be known as the “Florida State Board of Chiro practic 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, con tinuously, next preceding the time of their appointment, and who are graduates of some recognized school or college teaching anatomy, phy siology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.—The Governor shall within thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appoint three (3) Doctors of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in Section One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Board. SECTION 3. Board: Term of Office.i—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 terms of members of the Board shall be for three years; provided that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is hereby empow ered 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 Act. SECTION 4. Board: Organization.—Said Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers shall convene within thirty (30) 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 meetings of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said Board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified. SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.—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 finished. Special meetings may be called and held at such time and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer may determine. At least thirty (30) days’ notice of the time and place of all meetings for examinations shall be given by publication once a week for four consecu tive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation throughout the State. SECTION 6. 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.

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Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 7. Board: Licensing.—All Doctors of Chiropractic, practic ing in the State of Florida, when this Act becomes a law, 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 there for, providing application shall be made to said Bo^ard prior to J(anuary 1st, A. D. 1924. Section 8. (As Amended 1937): Applicants: Qualifications.—Any person desiring 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 (20) days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said Board and receive a certificate to practice from said Board. Each applicant shall be a graduate from an accredited high school and shall be a full-time graduate of a recognized chartered Chiropractic School or College which requires for graduation the completion of a four years’ course of not less than six months each and not less than four thousand (4000) hours’ active attend ance in the same. The time spent in night or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said four thousand (4000) hours. Applications shall be made and signed in applicant’s 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 expe rience 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 with diploma awarded to applicant by school and college in which such studies were pursued. Certificates of attendance from the School or College from which he is a graduate, stating date of matriculation, gradu ation, and numbers of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence of good character and reputa tion. SECTION 9. 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 acciompany the application. A fee of ten dollars shall be charged for a second exami nation. The Board of Examiners may grant a license without ex amination to licentiates of Boards from other States who meet the re quirements of this Act, and shall satisfy the Board that it is his intention to become a bona fide residence and practitioner in this State, and shall have passed the examination under Board where he was licensed, and a certificate from the Board showing that he is of good reputation and has practiced at least one (1) year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of fifty dollars shall be charged for issuing a license by reciprocity. SECTION 10. Methods.—Examination for License to practice Chiro practic shall be made by said Board according to the method deemed by it the most practicable and expeditious to test the the applicant’s 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 gTaded. SECTION 11. (As Amended 1937): Subjects.—All examinations shall be made in writing, the subject of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Hygiene, Chiropractic, Analysis, Chiropractic Orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by recognized Chiropractic Schools and Colleges. A certificate shall be granted to all applicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum ( 7 5 % ) of

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 39 all questions asked: and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum (60%) of all questions asked on any one branch of said examination, he or she shall not be entitled to a certificate. SECTION 12. (As Amended 1937): Definition.—Any Chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Act may adjust three hundred or more articulations of the body and all structures adjacent thereto, including the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics. SECTION 13. (As Amended 1937): To Procure License.—All Doctors of Chiropractic must first prcoure a certificate to practice chiropractic from the Florida State Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and present same before the 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. All certificates to practice Chiropractic in the State of Florida, shall expire on the 30th day of September following the issuing thereof, except that any holder of any such certificate may have the same renewed from year to year by the payment of an annual fee of $5.00' to the Bo^rd. SECTION 14. Record of Certificates: Suspension: Revocation: Pro cedure: Re-issue 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 that 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 Board 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 ag'ainst the holder of certificate to practice Chiropactic 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 im probable 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 deception or fraud in the practice of Chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Act. 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

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40 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW notified thereof in writing, and shall be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall for the hearing of said charges by said Board, which notice of the said time and place shall be also notified in writing of the time and place not more than twenty days from the date of said suspen sion, 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 Board by 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 an appellate court, if any 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 shall be disqualified from practicing Chiropractic in the State of Florida. SECTION 15. Issue and Re-issue 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 unaminous vote, issue certificate to the person affected, conferring upon him or her all the rights and privileges of any pertaining to the practice of Chiropractic, as defined and regulated by this Act. 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 Act stated, or restore the certificate of any person which may have been revoked, the Board shall publish notice in a newspaper of general circula tion, once a week for two consecutive weeks, of the application before said Board to issue or re-issue 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. SECTION 16. Recording of Certificates.—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.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 41 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. SECTION 17. Disposition of Fees.—All examination fees received by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners under this Act 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. SECTION* 18. Annual Statement.—The Secretary-Treasurer of said Board shall, within thirty (30) days after the adjournment of their regular meeting of said Board in January of dach 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. SECTION 19. 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 SecretaryTreasurer of said 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 Act. SECTION 20. 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, inspec tion, and subject to examination by the State Auditor. SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary-Treasurer.—The said Secretary-Treas urer of said Board shall ^ve bond, to be approved and kept by the Comp troller in the sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the Governor of Florida, and his successors in office, and conditioned for the faithful per formance of his duties, and for the true and accurate accounting and payment of all funds received by him under the provisions of this Act to the State Treasurer as herein provided. SECTION 22. 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 Act, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State Board of Examiners, and not otherwise. SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges.—The Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School or College. In de termining the reputability 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.

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42 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 24. Board of Health Regulations.—^All licensed Chiropractors shall observe and be subject to all State and M,unicipal 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 practioners are required to do. SECTION 25. 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. SECTION 26. Penalties for Violations.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice Chiropractic as defined in this Act, and in violation of the provisions thereof, 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 this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punish 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 or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any advertisement or sign of whatsoever nature to induce the public to believe that one is a Chiroprac tor or practices chiropractic, shall be prima facie evidence of his or her guilt, provided the person displaying such sign or causing such advertise ment, has not been licensed to practice Chiropractic under this Act. SECTION 27. Non-interference with other Methods or Science of Healing.—Nothing in this Act 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 having been thereto licensed to so practice under any law of this State. SECTION 28. 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 the Act, 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 Act 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 Act, or may employ an Attorney-at-Law to prosecute violations of this Act independent of such Prosecuting Attorneys. SECTION 29. If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Act shall be held to be unconstitutional and invalid, then that fact shall not affect or destroy the validity or constutionality of any other section, provision, clause or part of this Act, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid, and the remaining portion of this Act shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. SECTION 30. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. SECTION 31. This Act shall take effect upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or becoming a law without such approval.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics 43 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XXI Naturopathy 3469. Naturopathy defined. —For the purpose of this Chapter natueropathy 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 pyschology, as may be required. Naturopathic practice employs, among other agencies, phytotherapy, dietetics, psycho-therapy, suggesto-therapy, hydro-therapy, zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applications, electro-therapy, mechano therapy, mechanical and electrical appliances, hygiene, first aid, sanitation and heliotheraphy: Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be held or construed to authorize any naturopathic physician licensed hereunder to practice materia medica or surgery or chiropractic, nor shall the pro visions of this Chapter in any manner apply to or affect the practice of osteopathy, chiropractic, Christian Science, or any other treatment author ized and provided for by laws for the cure or prevention of diseases and ailments. (Ch. 12286, Acts of 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 inte^ity 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 naturopathy in the State of Florida as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred 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 qualications 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 appointment. 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 constitu tional 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 appointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president and secretarytreasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two regular meet ings 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 suc cessive weeks in one or more newspapers of general circulation throughout

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44 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 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 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 perform ance 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 administer 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 shal 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 writing 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 naturopathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the following branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hy giene 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 prac tical demonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by the board. In the conduct of written examinations 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 naturo pathy as defined by this Chapter. All applications for examination 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 qualifications of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfactory examina tion. (Id. §6.) 3475. Temporary license.—The board may in its discretion issue a temporary license to an applicant, whose qualifications and moral fitness to practice naturopathy may be made to appear to the satisfaction of the board.

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 45 and said temporary license shall have the same force and effect as a permanent license until the next regnlar 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.) 3476. F ees.—There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the said Board by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall accompany the application. The said fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee for examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances or conditions, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in reference to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Id. §8.) 3477. Registration fee.—A fee of five dollars shall be i>aid by every person practicing naturopathy within this State on or before the first day of May of each year after a license is issued to such person, for a renewal of said license. The secretary-treasurer shall, thirty days before May first, of each year, send to all licensed naturopaths in this State a notice of the fact that such renewal will be due on or before the first day of May. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to require that renewals shall be recorded as original licenses are required to be recorded. (Id. §9.) 3478. Deposit of fees received; expenses; report of receipts and dis bursements.—All fees received under this Chapter shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit the same, to the credit and for the use of the State Board of Naturopathic Examiners, and shall pay ths same out only upon written order issued and signed by the secretarytreasurer and president of said board. The expenses of the board in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be paid out of this fund and the remainder to be divivded equally among the members of the board, and not otherwise. The secretary-treasurer shall, on the first Tuesday of October, of every year, file with the Governor of the State a report of all receipts and disbursements and proceeds of said board for the fiscal year. The secretary-treasurer shall be required to give good and sufficient bond in such amount and upon such terms and conditions as the board may require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. §10.) 3479. Recording license.—All licenses issued as herein provided, shall be recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which applicant practices, and the date of recording of same shall be indicated thereon. Said clerk shall keep a permanent record of the same, and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so recorded. (Id. §11.) 3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.—Doctors of naturo pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, county and municipal regu lations in regard to the control of contagious and infectious diseases; the reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all other matters pertaining to the public health in the same manner as is required of other practitioners of the healing art. (Id. §12.) 3481. Duty of prosecuting attorney to prosecute offenders against law. —It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in which person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. Provided, however, that nothing in this Chapter shall be considered as interfering with any person engaged in 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.)

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46 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 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 registra tion of a practioner 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 State 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 oir 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, narcotics 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 advertising; (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. P roceeding; revocation.—Proceedings for the revocation of a license of the annulment of registration shall be begun by filing written charges against the accused. These charges may be preferred by any per son 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 crossexamine 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 proceedings 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 nova before the circuit court, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused, and unless

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Bureau of Vital Statistics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 47 the g^uilt 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 trans mit 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 “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 aifected, 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.) 7725. Practicing naturopathy without license; penalty.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathy or who shall use any of the terms or letters “naturopath,” “natureopath,” “naturopathic physician,” “doctor of naturopathy,” “N. D.” or any other title, term or letters under any circumstances whatsoever, so as to mislead the public to believe that the person so using such term or terms is engaged in the practice of naturopathy, without having complied with the provisions of sections 3469-3486, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than thirty days nor more than six months or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 12286, Acts, 1927, §13.) 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 unlavrfully or upon fraudulent representations; or (c) Advertise bo 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 practioner or 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. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §19.)

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48 Florida State Board of Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933 CHAPTER 15911 — (No. 54) AS AMENDED 1939 Chiropody AN ACT Defining and Regulating the Practice of Chiropody, Providing for the Examination and Licensing of Chiropodists, Providing for exemp tions From This Act, Creating a Board of Chiropody Examiners, Providing Penalties for the Violation of This Act, Repealing Laws in Conflict Here with 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 medical, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof, and shall include the use and prescription 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 applica tion upon a blank form authorized and furnished by the Board of Chiropody Examiners hereinafter created, to the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board of Chiropody Examiners, which license shall be granted to such applicants after they shall have furnished satisfactory proof of being at least twentyone years of age and of good moral character, but only upon compliance with the following conditions: SECTION 3. REGISTRATION OF CHIROPODISTS WITHOUT EX AMINATION.—Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practioner of chiropody, who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unrevoked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter 12197 otherwise 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, satisfactory 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 $5.00, 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 entitled 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, a bona fide citizen of the United States and of good moral character, and shall make oath that he or she has not been convicted of any offense that would constitute a felony either in Florida or any other state

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Bureau of Vital Statistics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 or country, shall present a diploma from a Chiropody or Podiatry school which requires for graduation a course of study of at least three years, said school to be approved by the Board of Chiropody Examiners, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of Anatomy, Chemistry, Dermatology, Materia Medica, Pathology, 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 the said examination of seventy-five per cent in all subjects in volved and not less than fifty percent in any one subject, and pay an ex amination fee of $50.00, which shall accompany the application to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners. Any applicant failing to pass requirements shall be entitled, within six months, to a re examination upon the payment of an additional fee of $10.00', but two such re-examinations shall exhaust the privilege under the original application. Every person who has successfully passed the examination provided for herein and to whom a license has been issued shall not be entitled to prac tice the profession of Chiropody in this State until such person causes his name to be registered at the office of the State Board of Health at Jackson ville, Florida, and by registering with the Secretary of the State Board of Chiropody Examiners; and further that any such person must present (in person), certificates from the above officials, showing registration aforesaid before an occupational license may be applied for or procured from any City or State and County Official having jurisdiction of the issuance of oc cupational licenses. Any person who attempts to procure or does procure an occupational license in violation of the provisions of this Section shall be subject to the penalty provided for in Section Nine of this Act. The definition of the word “Chiropody” in this Act, is identical with the word “Podiatry” and for all such purposes, they shall be considered one and the same. 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, nor to the sale under any circumstance of foot appliances and correctional devices for the foot made, designed, fabricated or manufactured within the State of Florida, when such appliances or devices have been approved by a physician or surgeon licensed to practice medicine or surgery in the State of Florida. SECTION 6. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act, the Governor shall las soon as convenient after the passage of this Act, appoint a Board of Chiropody Examiners to consist of three chiropodists, actively engaged in said practice in the State of Florida, and the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners who shall ex-officio act as execu tive officer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners; the first member appointed by the Governor 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

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60 Florida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 licensees shall be designated as licensed chiropodists and shall not use any title or abbreviation thereof without the designation “Chiropodist, practice limited to foot and leg,” thus indicating a limitation of pro fessional qualifications to treat human ailments. SECTION 8 The Governor shall have the power to remove from office members of the Board of Chiropdy Examiners for neglect of duties as re quired by this Act, or for malfeasance in office and incompetency, or for unprofessional conduct. The Governor shall have the authority to fill any vacancy caused by removal of any member of the Board of Chiropody Ex aminers 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 Piresident from their own members and a Secretary-Treasurer. The Secretary-Treasurer shall give to the Governor of the State of Florida a penal bond in the sum of $1,000.00 with sufficient sureties to be approved by the Governor for the fathful discharge of his duties. The Board of Chiropody Examiners shall hold one annual examination in each year; said examination to be held on the second Monday in June of each year; said examination shall be held at such place or places as may be designated by the Board of Chiropody Ex aminers. 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. (12) REFUSAL TO GRANT LICENSE; REVOCATION.—The license or registration of a practioner of Chiropody may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or such practioner reprimanded upon the following grounds: (a) That the Chiropodist is guilty of fraud in the practice of Chiropody, or fraud or deceit in his admission to the practice of Chiropody. (b) That the Chiropodist has been convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction 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 the Chiropodist is engaged in the practice of Chiropody under a false or assumed name, or the impersonation of another practitioner of a like or different name. (d) That a Chiropodist 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 the Chiropodist is guilty of untrue, fraudulent, misleading, or deceptive advertising; or advertising that he can cure or treat diseases by any secret medicine, or that he can cure a manifestly incurable disease. (f) The obtaining of a fee on representation that a manifestly in curable disease can be permanently cured. (g) That a Chiropodist is grossly ignorant, or incompetent, or guilty of willful negligence in the practice of Chiropody or has been guilty of em ploying, allowing or permitting any unlicensed person or persons to per

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Bureau of Vital Statistics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 51 from any work in his or her oifice, which under the provisionss of this Act, can only be legally done by a person or persons holding a license to practice Chiropody, or of practicing deceit or other fraud upon the public or in dividual patients, in obtaining, or attempting to obtain practice; or of false notice, advertisement, publication, or circulation of false claims, or fraudulent and misleading statements of his or her art or skill or knowledge, or of his or her methods of treatment, or practice, or shall be guilty of any offense involving moral turpitude, or advertising profes sional services in a, superior manner, or of advertising by means of a large and glaring display, light signs or containing as a part thereof, the repre sentation of a foot, leg, or any portion of the human foot or leg, or of employing or making use of advertising solicitors or of free publicity press agents, or advertising any free Chiropody work or free examinations, or of advertising to guarantee any Chiropody services or to perform any Chiropody operation painlessly, the Board shall revoke the license of such person. 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. An accusation may me filed with the Secretary and Treasurer of the Board charging any licensed Chiropodist with any of the offenses herein enumerated. Such accusation to be in writing, signed by the accuser and verified under oath. (13) HEARIN'G OF CHARGES AGAINST ACCUSED; FORM OF NOTICE TO ACCUSED.—Whenever such accusation as provided for in the preceding paragraph is filed, the Board shall set a day for a hearing and the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board shall transmit to the accused a true copy bf any and all charges filed with him relating to such accusations, and shall notify in writing the accused that on the day fixed for the hearing, which day shall not be less than ten days from the date of such notice, he or she may appear or show cause, if any, why his or her license to practice Chiropody, in' the State of ^Florida, should not be revoked. For the purpose of such hearing, the Board is hereby empowered to require by subpoena the attention of witnesses, to administer oaths and hear testimony, either oral or documentary, for and against the accused and said laccused shall have the right at said hearing to cross examine the witnesses, to produce witnesses in his defense and to appear personally or by counsel. The notice provided for in this Section shall be substan tially in the following form: To.. Florida: You are hereby notified that charges have been filed with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida State Board of Chiropody Examiners against you as a practicing Chiropodist, in the State of Florida, a true copy of such charges being attached hereto, and that the said Board has fixed the day of ., A. D., 19., at the hour of. o’clock,., in -—. Florida, for a hearing' on such charges, at which time you are hereby notified to appear before Said Board and show cause, if any you can, why your license to practice Chiropody in the State of Florida should not be revoked. At the same time and place, the Board will hear testimony, either oral or documentary, both for and against you, relating to such charges. Dated at., Florida. Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida Board of Chiropody Examiners.

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Florida State Board oj Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 Such notice shall be sent to the accused by registered mail, directed to his or her last known mailing address, and the post office registration receipt therefor, or the post office registration receipt signed by the accused, or his or her agent, shall be prima facie evidence of such notice. (14) BOARD’S POWER TO REVOKE LICENSE OF CHIRO PODIST.—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 Chiropody and call in the license of said licentiate upon a two-thirds majority vote of the Board; provided, however, that such sus pended Chiropodist may have the proceedings of said Board reviewed by certiorari tb the circuit court of the circuit in which said licenses 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 in nocence 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 ac cused 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 con ditions 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 Chiropodist, a cer tificate 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 Chiropody without a license. However, at any time after six months from the date of said conviction, said Bbard 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 Chiropody as deHned and regulated by this Chapter; the fee therefor shall be the same as upon the issuance of the original license. (15) RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY SECRETARY-TREASURER OF BOARD.—The Secretary-Treasurer of the Board shall keep a record book in which shall be entered the names of all persons to whom licenses have been granted under this Chapter, the license number, and the dates of granting such licenses and other matters of record, and the book so provided and kept shall be deemed a book of records, and a transcript of any record therein, or a corticate that there is not entered therein the name and license number of, or date of granting such license to, a person charged with a violation of any of the provisions of this Chapter, certified under the hands of the Secretary-Treasurer and the seal of the Board, shall be admitted as evidence in any of the courts of this State. The original books, records and papers of the Board shall be kept at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board, which office shall be at such place as may be designated by the Board. The said SecretaryIVeasurer shall furnish to any person making application therefor, a copy of any part thereof, certified by him as Secretary-Treasurer, upon payment of a fee of twenty-five cents per hundred words so copied, the said fee to belong to the Secretary-Treasurer. (16) PRACTICING CHIROPODY WITHOUT LICENSE, ETC.— Any licensed Chiropodist who fails or neglects to register by Janu

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Bureau of Vital Statistics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 53 ary first of any year as required by the provisions of Section One to Eleven 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 Chiropody diploma, license record or rcastration, or aid or abet in the same; or (b) Practice Chiropody under cover of any diploma, license, record or registration illegally or fraudulently obtained or secured, or issued un lawfully on fraudulent representation; or (c) Advertise to practice Chiropody under a name other than his own or under an assumed name; or (d) Falsely impersonate another practioner of like or different name, and Any person who not being then lawfully licensed and authorized to practice Chiropody in this State, shall (a) Pbractice or advertise to practice Chiropody, (b) Use in connection with his name any desi^ation tendingto imply or designate him as a practitioner of Chiropody; 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 con dition 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 Chiropody shall be suspended or revoked, shall practice Chiropody, shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars, or by imprison ment in the County Jail not exceeding six months. (17) EFFECT OF PARTIAL INVALIDITY OF CHAPTER.— If any clause or section of this Chapter be declared unconstitutional, or invalid for any other reason, by any competent court of this State, the re maining portion or portions of this Chapter shall be and remain in force and valid as if such clause or section had not been incorporated therein. Approved by the Governor May 29, 1939. Filed in Office Secretary of State, May 30, 1939.

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54 Florida State Board of Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937 (SENATE BILL NO. 154) AN ACT to require practitioners of every kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing arts to place and keep at the entrances of their offices or usual places of business words or proper abbreviations denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art they are licensed to practice. BE IT ENACTED BY TI^E LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Every person licensed under the laws of the State of Florida to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathic medicine, chiropractic, naturopathy, chiropody, pediatry or any other kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art, whenever actively engaged in the practice of same, or whenever holding himself or herself out as a practi tioner of same, shall cause to be placed and kept in conspicuous place at each entrance to his or her office or usual place of business, words or proper abbreviations, in intelligible lettering not less than two and onehalf inches in height and one inch in width clearly denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art he or she is licensed to practice under the laws of the State of Florida. SECTION 2. Any person convicted of a violation of this chapter shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars or by im prisonment in the county jail for a period of not more than six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed in so far as they conflict with this Act. SECTION 4. 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 24, 1937.

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1940 Registration of Practitioners of Osteopathy Chiropractic naturopathy Chiropody In Florida 94 p 2540 Issued by Bureau of Narcotics State Board of Health

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Florida State Board of Health Shaler Richardson, M.D., President, Jacksonville Herbert L. Bryans, M.D., Pensacola A. Wm. Morrison, Ph.G., Miami W. H. Pickett, M.D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville BUREAU OF NARCOTICS M. H. Doss, Director Jacksonville

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Table of Contents Page Members of Examining Boards_ 4 Doctors of Osteopathy_ 5 Doctors of Chiropractic_14 Doctors of Naturopathy_19 Chiropodists _,_24 Florida Basic Science Law_27 Registration Law_ 31 Law Governing Practice of Osteopathy_33 Law Governing Practice of Chiropractic_39 Law Governing Practice of Naturopathy_45 Law Governing Practice of Chiropody_ .50 Designation Bill_ _56

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Letter of Transmittal FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH BUREAU OF NARCOTICS Jacksonville, Florida, February 10, 1941 SIR: I transmit herewith the Annual Report on the regis tration of Doctors of Osteopathy, Doctors of Chiropractic, Doctors of Naturopathy and Chiropodists who are li censed to practice in this State, which is the thirteenth annual compilation of such information prepared by the Florida State Board of Health. 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. This thirteenth annual report contains a complete list showing the names and addresses as of time of reg istration, of individuals who have registered for the calendar year 1940. I am also transmitting to you in a separate report, a complete list of those who registered for 1939, but failed to register again for 1940. Respectfully, Director, Bureau of Narcotics. W. H. PICKETT, M. D., Secretary, State Board of Health.

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4 Florida State Board of Health MEMBERS OF EXAMINING BOARDS State Board of Examiners in Basic Sciences Ezda May Deviney, Tallahassee, term expires September 12, 1943 Donald D. Bode, Tampa, term expires September 10, 1943 Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville, term expires September 10, 1941 Jay F. Pearson, Miami, term expires September 8, 1942 John Ferguson Conn, Secretary, DeLand, term expires Sept. 25, 1942 State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners Norval E. Brown, D. O., Secretary, Tampa, term expires Aug. 16, 1941 George W. Frison, D. O., DeLand, term expires July 29, 1942 E. W. Flynn, D. O., Tallahassee, term expires July 29, 1942 Charles W. Tindall, D. O., Kissimmee, term expires Aug. 11, 1943 James J. McCormick, D. O., Miami, term expires Aug. 20, 1943 David R. Shull, D. O., Ft. Lauderdale, term expires Aug. 25, 1941 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners D. I. Rainey, D. C. Secretary, Tallahassee, term expires July 10, 1942 A. M. Morgan, D. C., Avon Park, term expires July 10, 1940 Daniel K. Kirk, D. C., Jacksonville, term expires August 12, 1942 State Board of Naturopathic Examiners T. W. Evans, N. D., Secretary, Miami, term expires July 16, 1941 Yale S. Lunin, N. D., St. Petersburg, term expires July 15, 1942 Rex Smith, N. D., Jacksonville, term expires July 15, 1943 State Board of Chiropody Examiners Harry H. Young, Secretary, Miami, term expires January 15, 1942 Otto J. Tonnisen, Jacksonville, term expires January 5, 1943 Thomas J. HencheV, West Palm Beach, term expired January 8, 1938 Information concerning members constituting above boards submitted by Honorable R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, February 19, 1941.

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Bureau oj Narcotics 0 Doctors of Osteopathy Name A A'KV.r^+'f T W Address Name Brinklow, H, K. Address -West Palm Beach irUUUutj u# VV *Brogan, M. P... -Missouri Adkms A. IVTrK. IVTissmiri Brookman, E. C. —New Port Richey Andrews, H. M. Pnral Gables Brown, C. E. Brown, N. A. _Kansas _Rhode Island AnHrpw*? FI Brown, N. E. .Tampa Brown, N. R... ...Maine VV •Brundage, C. L.. Orlando /ILLjj x'* • J— Buck, R. O_ _ Ohio Buckmaster, R. P. .Orlando •R Buffalow, 6. T. Tennessee Bullock, B. A.Orlando Ppii r. s Enstis Burnard, H. W. .New York Rarhpr P, Gnnnppticiit Burns, T.„ -Massachusetts "Ramps n W. TCenturky Bush, I. E... J acksonville Rflfry R .T Orlandn Bush, L. E. -Jacksonville Beach Bartholomew, G. C_ Missouri Bashaw, J. P. _Pennsylvania C Rash line, O. O. Pennsylvania Pah ill, .1. D. Et. Peter.shurg Rashlino, W. Pennsylvania Paine, A B. Indiana Raiighpr, h. G. Punfa Gnrda Palhoun, .1 P Ft I.auderdale Ranm, J. D. Ohio Palli.son, P. P. Bartow Rpanh, O. 1j. Gnnnecticut Palmar, .1. T. Ponnecticut Bean, E. H. _Daytona Beach Pamphell, H. H. Maine Bpatty, D. C. St. Petersburg Pann, D. E. Daytona Beach Rprkpr^ A. R. Kentucky Carlisle, V. R. _Wisconsin Bpnkor, C. M. Winter Haven Pari .son, H. E. Bartow Beckwith, C. G. New "York Carr, H. N_ Miami Beckwith, R. L__ _Daytona Beach Carter, W. P. California Beeman, E. E. New York Pathcart, N. H. Michigan Reeman, M. S. Miami Pave, E A California Beeman, R. H. New York Chappell, A. G. Jacksonville Beilke, M G. Illinois Charbonneau, U. A. Ohio Bell, M. T,. Georgia Childers, J. W. Mi.ssouri Berlin, E. J. Delaware Chittenden, A. E. _Maine Berrv, A. E. Tampa Play, G. R. Tampa Berry, A .E., Jr _North Carolhn. Close, H M Maine Berrv, J. M Plant Pity Pohen, E .1. Kansas Berrv, N. E. Tampa Poker, D. P. Panama Citv Betts, A. K. Maine Poker, R. P. .Panama City Bingham, O. A. _Hollywood Collins, H I, Illinois Black, C. A. Ohio Poison, D. E. Missouri Black, J. R. Miami Commings, R. N... _Miami Black, T. K Miami Comstock, B. H. Lakeland Blanchard, J. F. Palifornia Conklin, H. L _ .New Jersev Blasingame, W. B Georpria Conklin, M A. ..Miami Blauvelt, R. Georgia Conn, M. _New Jersey Blauvelt, wS. A. Georffia Connet, D, I _Missouri Boone, R E. TTtah Corrodi, A. O_ Ohio Borough, T, "D Indiana Cottrell M K. ..Ohio Borough, E Indiana Covey, F. A.. — Coral Gables Bortnn E Ohio Pov, M M. Miami Bowen. M. E VirP'inia Pozart, .1. A. Pennsvlvania Bowlbv, D. J. Tampa Pra'w^huck, W. E. ...Montana Bovd. C. M. Illinois Crosby, C. A.. -_ Illinois Bradv. T.. P. Michip'an Crutc&eld, W. E.. .. Miami Brake. D. H. Ponnecticut Cryer, C. E ...Illinois Branstetter, B. W. North Carolina PuTTy, E K Missouri Brilev. M. P. Daytona Beach Custis, W. W.-. . Ohio

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6 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address D Hamm, W. R. Wisconsin Davidson, E. S_ _Australia Davies, O. P_ Davis, C. H.— _St. Petersburg _Illinois Day F, F Kentucky Day, G. F. Tampa Day' M. C. Iowa Dppkpr, E. R. Indiana Dpnby/r H. _Homestead Denniston, E. L_ _Pennsylvania DeShaw, R. G. _DeLand Diebold,' W. A_ Oregon Dillabmigh, A. H. New York Dingps, R. Tj. Illinois Dnrran CP, H. J. _Pennsylvania Douglas, W. G. Clermont Dove, C. E_ Dove, N. H_ Downing, W. J_ -West Palm Beach -West Palm Beach _Illinois Drpsslpr, O. Pennsylvania Drew, H. A_ Drpw, T W. _Vermont _Pennsylvania Drpw, M. R. Pennsylvania Drinkall, F. J. Illinois Duffp, P. F. Jacksonville Dunk, G. H. W. Miami Dunning, J. J. England Dyp, A. McK. North Carolina E Ellison, W. H. _St. Petersburg Enright, T. M. Miami Erbe, H. H. _Massachusetts Eroh, C. _St. Petersburg Erwin, E. P. Miami Erwin, M R. Miami F Farnum. S. M. ___ _ ___ _ Louisiana Farr. B. H_New Smvrna Beach Farrar, J. M. Miami Ferguson, C. B_ _Miami Ferguson, D. M. Indiana Ferguson, R. B_ _Miami Ferris, E. M_ _Massachusetts Fischer, R. Ti. Pennsylvania Fish, H. D. Ohio Flynn, E. T. “Pat” Tallahassee Flynn, E. W. Tallahassee Fogarty, J. P. Indiana Foley, W. K. Miami Reach Forehand, D G. Georfria Foster, J. E_ North Carolina Foster, S. D. North Carolina Frank, A. R. Marianna Frison, G. W_ Deland Frost, E. M. Winter Park Fuller, C. G. „ Orlando Name Fuller, W. S._ Furby, J. F_ Gagen, T. F., Jr. Gahan, E. J. Gants, S. L_ Garfield, H. F.. Garrett, M. L. Gates, O. B_ George, H., Ill_ Getchell, C. E._ Gettinger, D. R. Ghostley, R. C. Gibbs, S. B_ Gingerich, L. E. Glascock, A. D_ Gnau, C. U_ Goehring, H. M. Gorman, L. J_ Gray, E. K_ Green, H_ Griffith, T. R._ Gulick, E. A. Hain, N. W. Hall, W. C_ Harkins, D. J. Harper, J. Harris, E. L. Harris, F. W_ Harris, V. A_ Hampton, D. V. Havens, R. L_ Heberle, C. K Heldt, C. H_ Hensley, A. S._ Herst, S. J_ Herzfeld, M. Hicks, A. B.. Hildreth, A. G...„ Hillyer, C. C_ Hoffman, A. T. Holt, W. L_ Homan, R. K_ Houpt, C. J_ Hout, R. B.„ Hovis, J. C._. Howell, J. C. Hubbell, P. R. Hughes, R. E_ Hull, J. S_ Hunter, E. B_ Hunter, M. G_ Hurd, N. M_ Hutton, D. F_ Irvine, S. W—.

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Bureau of Narcotics 7 Name J Jamison, W. D_Michigan Jeffers, H. S_Ohio Jennings, C. H-St. Petersburg Johnson, A. B-Kentucky Johnson, Carl J_Kentucky Johnson, L. C-Michigan Johnston, R. L_Sebring Jones, C. E_New Jersey Jones, E. O-Illinois K Kahn, S. B_Michigan Kane, J. E-Miami Keckler, J. W_Ohio Kierstead, W. B_Rhode Island Kell, R. J-Sarasota Kelley, H. L-Dunedin Kelly, J. J-Daytona Beach Kennedy, W. R., Jr_Pennsylvania Ketner, W. A_Pennsylvania Keyes, L. S-Minnesota Kidder, E. M-Massachusetts Killoren, F. E_Miami Kingsbury, L. C _Lake Wales Kinney, B. E_Tampa Kinney, L. F_Illinois Kirkpatrick, H. T_Miami Kline, J. L_Jacksonville Knapp, F. C Miami Beach L Larimer, J.McM_Miami Beach Larimore, L. S_Missouri Larmoyeux, L. J_Jacksonville Lash, S. R_Ohio LePere, O. R-Texas Leuzinger, J.E_Pennsylvania Lewis, C. H-Winter Haven Little, A. J-Lake Worth Long, H. J_Ohio Long, C. B-Pennsylvania Long,JFl. W-Ft. Lauderdale Love, S. R-St. Petersburg Love joy, A. C _Winter Haven Loveland, M. M_California Lumley, L. E -Lakeland Lynch, A. E-New Smyrna Beach Me McCaughan, R. C_Illinois McCormick, J. J_Miami McDonough, W. M_Illinois McDowell, J. O_Maine McHerron, Jesse D_Michigan McKinley, C. A_Miami McLean, T. R_New York McMains, H. _Orlando Name Address M Mack, F. A._Texas Malumphy, F. J_Massachusetts Manchester, R. G_Gainesville Markert, W. W_Michigan Martin, B. F_St. Petersburg Martin, O. F_Massachusetts Mathews, L. K_Michigan Matthews, S. C_New York Maurer, M. E_Ohio Mays, R. C_St. Petersburg Meador, A. P_West Virginia Medlar, S. A_Pennsylvania Merner, H. B_Jacksonville Metcalf, C. A_ Maine Miller, G. M_Orlando Miller, L. _Miami Beach Miller, R. L_Tennessee Miller, S. A_Jowa Mitchell, C. T_Deland Mochrie, E. _Iowa Money, J. V_Michigan Monger, L. M_Michigan Monroe, J. R_Ohio Montague, C. C., Jr_Sarasota Montague, J. L_Gainesville Moore, G. W_-Pennsylvania Moore, R. D_Washington, D. C. Morgan, C. McA_Colorado Morris, C. H-Illinois Moseley, J. R_St. Augustine Mulford, J. W_Ohio Mummaw, G. K_Ohio Muncie, C. H_New York Murphy, R. W_Daytona Beach Musselman, D. A_Illinois Mutschler, O. C_J^ennsylvania N Nelson, F. C_Massachusetts Nichols, J. H_Clearwater Nikola, G. F_New York Noeling, G. D_St. Petersburg Noeling, G. D., Jr_Pennsylvania Northern, R. J_Pennsylvania Norton, G. R_Ft. Lauderdale Nuckles, G. T_Missouri Nye, H. R_Ohio O Odden, L. H_New Jersey OglP, J M. _Washington A Daytona Beach Orr J !=; Miami Orth, H. C_ _Pennsylvania Osborn, E. E. _St. Petersburg Osborn, H. C-..New Jersey DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Address

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Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Name Address Parker, F. A_Canada Patterson, A. B_St. Petersburg Patterson, R. D_New Jersey Patterson, R. J_Maine Paul, F. W_Michigan Pence, H. O_Missouri Perry, D. G_Maine Pettit, H. J_ Pettapiece, H. J. Pheils, E. H_ Pierce, E. G_ -New York _Maine _Ohio ^Pennsylvania Pierce, E. G_Bradenton Pierce, H. J_Ohio Pierce, H. V_Bradenton Pierce, M. M_Bradenton Pohlig, W. A.Pollard, C. E.. Powrie, J. D.. --New Jersey _Illinois _Miami Pressly, M. W., Jr.. Printy, S. -Tampa Colorado _Miami Proctor, C. W. Puffer, E. E_Maine Purtzer, E. V_Missouri Purdon, W. F_Ft. Myers Purnell, E. _Pennsylvania Q Quartel, H. W.. -Ohio Quick, R. T_West Palm Beach R Rader, N. L_West Palm Beach Raffenberg, M. G_Tampa Ramsey, E. L_West Virginia Ramsey, F. E_West Virginia Ranagan, F. J_Miami Beach Rankin, F. _St. Petersburg Reay, M. _Daytona Beach Reid, McM. J_Ohio Reitmeyer, F. T_New Jersey Rhodes, B. _Rhode Island Rich, J. R_Michigan Richards, T. J_Jacksonville Richardson, D. D_Miami Richardson, G. A_Mt. Dora Ripley, G. H., Jr.. -Miami Beach Robinson, L. A_Daytona Beach Robuck, S. V_Illinois Rockwell, P. K_Connecticut Rogers, R. W_New Jersey Rogers, T. O_Ohio Root, C. B_Michigan Rossman, W. F. Rothmeyer, G. S.. -Pennsylvania Routzahn, B. M_ Runyen, A. —Pennsylvania _Lakeland _Tampa Russell, A. B_Massachusetts Name Addrej Sams, D. R_ Sams, J. R_ Sartwell, J. O.. -Missou] -Jacksonvill Saunders, A. B._ Saunders, E. A.. Saunders, I. J_ Sawyer, J. H_ Scaife, M. E_ Schulz, W. H._ -Massachusetl _Pensacol _Canad -Quine _St. Petersbur _Illino; _Ohi Schumacher, E. L._ Schwieger, J. S_ Seaman, K. L_ Seay, T. G_ Sekenga, A. L_ Sellards, D. D_ _Eust: _Michiga _Indian -Ft. Myei _Orlanc -Michiga Semones, H_Hollywoc Shackelton, W. A_Mian Shalett, I. J_Mair Shay, W. G_Michiga Shellenberger, J. M_Pennsylvan: Shoemaker, P. A_Michiga Shull, D. R_Ft. Lauderda! Shupert, M. E_Mian Siegert, A. M_Indiar Sikkenga, A. L_Orlanc Simalla, K. _Missou: Simmons, H. F. -Pennsylvani Simpson, J. H_Jacksonvil Singleton, R. O_Tamp Slater, A. B_Kansj Sluyter, E. G_Michiga Smith, Arthur N_Dowling Pai Smith, A. W_Massachuset Smith, F. J_Pennsylvan; Smith, H. R_St. Petersbui Smith, J. R_Texi Smith, S. P_New Yoi Smyth, B. _Palm Harb( Snyder, F. D_Cocc Spalding, M. R_Massachuset Spence, T. T_North Carolir Spicer, E. W_ConnecticT Sprague, H. R_Oh; Staff, L. E_Illino Stahlman, H. E_Pennsylvan Stauffer, C. W_Illino Stem, H. L_Pennsylvan; Sterrett, H. W_Pennsylvan Stewart, C. B_St. Petersbui Stewart, H. H_Minnesol Stewart, J. J_Indiar Stimson, H. P_Michiga Stinson, J. A_St. Petersbui Stockebrand, A. L_Illino Stowell, G. W_Missou Strayer, V. A_Orlanc Strobell, E. G. W_Californ; Sturmer, L. G-Missou Sturmer, V. B-Missou Sullivan, A. _Illino Swartz, C. H-Louisiar

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Bureau of Narcotics 9 Name DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Address T Tepfs, C, P. Washington, D. C. Tengblad, M. A. minois Thompson, J. W. New York P T Missouri Tilley, M. R. .Illinois Tillman, C. G. Georgia TindaU, A. W. Pensacola Tindall C. C. Kissimmee Tind^b, K B. Orlando T<^^="ptpTÂ’^ TT C Pennsylvania Tnwn F M. vSt. Petersburg Tnwnp A D. Mississippi Tr^^blf^ J M New York Trimble, H. B. _Georgia Tiirkpr. A R. North Carolina U Underwood, R. E_Connecticut V Vaill A W. Massachusetts Vandagrift. E. C. .Ocala Van der Voort, P. C. -Ohio van de Sande, T. W. _New Jersey Vogler, C. W. Delray Beach von Behren, F. F. West Pahn Beach von Stirne, S. G. Wisconsin W Waitley^ D D Illinois Walker, C. N. -Clearwater Name Address Walker, D. Tj. New Jersey Walker, H. M. Texas Walker, O. M. _New Jersey Waller, C. F_ _Miami Waller, M F. Indiana Walstrom, B. E.. Illinois WalStrom, M. L. Illinois Walter, N. J. Pennsylvania Ward, D. C. Winter Park Warren, C. S. Colorado Waybrifyht, K. O. Jacksonville Weber, W. G. Miami Weissberp-, F. B. Sarasota Wheeler, G. D. Vero Beach Wheeler, S. F. Lakeland Whitaker, H. K_ _Miami Beach V/hite, G. H. Miami White, P. T.. Tennessee White, W. E., Jr. Fern an din a Wiggins, W. H_ New Jersey Wiley, E. W._ Jacksonville Wilson, H. C. New York Wilson, R. F. Daytona Beach Wilson, R. W. Daytona Beach Wilson, R. H. Pennsylvania Wirt, F. C. Dade City Wise, H. P., Jr. Illinois Wise, H. T. Illinois Withers, A. M_ _J acksonville Woodruff, R. A. Michigan Woofenden, L. _Michigan Wunderlich, R. C. St. Petersburg Wright, R. M. Michigan Y Yeamans, W. H... St. Petersburg Doctors of Osteopathy Arcadia: (DeSoto) Gettinger, Donald Rufus 1 Bartow: (Polk) I Callison, C. P. Carlson, Henry S. Bradenton: (Manatee) Pierce, Emery George Pierce, Harold Vickery Pierce, M. Margaret Clearwater: (Pinellas) Nichols, James Henry Walker, Clarence Neel j Clermont: (Lake) Douglas, Wellington ; Gordon Cocoa: (Brevard) Snyder, Frank Delano Coral Gables: (Dade) Andrews, Hazel M. Covey, Florence Alice Dade City: (Pasco) Wirt, Frederick Cravens Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Bean, E. Harry Beckwith, Robert Lee Briley, Morris P. Cann, Donald Stephen Harris, Frances Walton Kelly, John J. Murphy, Robert William OÂ’Neill, Addison Reay, Mildred Robinson, Lloyd A. Wilson, Robert E. Wilson, Ruth Wenrich DeLand: (Volusia) DeShaw, Roy Gilbert Frison, George Warren Mitchell, Carey T. Delray Beach: ( P alm Beach) Vogler, Charles W. Dowling Park: (Suwannee) Smith, Arthur N. Dunedin: (Pinellas) Kelley, Harlan Link Eustis: (Lake) Ball, Clarence Strouse Schumacher, Edwin Leopold

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10 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Fernandina: (Nassau) Leesburg: (Lake) White, William Edmond Hunter, Melville Gunby Marianna: (Jackson) Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Frank, Armin Roland Calhoun, John Collier l\Iiami: (Dade) Long, Ralph Wayne Norton, George R. Shull, David Riley Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gnau, Charles Urban Purdon, Walter F. Seay, T. G. Ft Pierce: (St. Lucie) Getchell, Charles Ellsworth Gainesville: (Alachua) Manchester, Raymond George Montague, James Leo Haines City: (Polk) Hensley, Alfred Salem Hollywood: (Broward) Bingham, O. Alfred Semones, Harry Homestead: (Dade) Denby, Charles Henry Jacksonville: (Duval) Bush, Ida Ellis Chappell, Arthur George Duffe, Paul Edgar Hillyer, Charles Clifton Kline, Julia Larmoyeux Larmoyeux, Louis John Merner, Harry Burdette Richards, Truman J. Sams, Julian Reynolds Simpson, John Henry Waybright, Kenneth O. Wiley, Edgel W. Withers, Avis M. Jacksonville Beach (Duval) Bush, L. E. Kissimmee: (Osceola) Tindall, Charles C. Beeman, Martin Scudder Black, John Russell Black, Linnie Kinsman Carr, Harry Newton Commings, Robert Noble Conklin, Marion A. Cox, Martha M. Crutchfield, William E. Dunk, George Hendry Walter Enright, Thomas M. Erwin, Edmund Paul Erwin, Minnie B. Farrar, J. Marvin Ferguson, Cecil B. Ferguson, Ralph B. Gingerich, L. E. Hain, Nancy Meek Herst, Sherrell Joseph Kane, John E. Killoren, Frances E. Kirkpatrick, Hugh Tebow McCormick, James J. McKinley, Carroll Alexander Orr, J. Starl Powrie, James D. Proctor, Charles Willis Richardson, Donald D. Shackelton, Willard Arthur Shupert, Mary Elizabeth Waller, Charles Foster Weber, Winifred Gr. White, Gilbert H. Miami Beach: (Dade) Foley, Walter Kane Gibbs, Stephen Bradford Green, Harry Knapp, Frances Crothers Larimer, John McMasters Miller, Louis Ranagan, Frances Josephine Ripley, George Harris, Jr. Whitaker, Henry Kelsey Lakeland: (Polk) Comstock, Byron HerbertMount Dora: (Lake) Lumley, Leila Embry Richardson, Gerald A. Routzahn, Ben IV^ody New Port Richey: (Pasco) Wheeler, Sarah Elizabeth Brookman, Edwin Lake Wales: (Polk) Charles Kingsbury, Louis C. Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) (Volusia) Little, Albert James Farr, Bertrand H. Hunter, Ethel Brittain Lynch, Alice Ellena Ocala: (Marion) Vandagrift, E. C. Orlando: (Orange) Barry, Edward Joseph Brundage, Clarence Lest( Buckmaster, Richard Pearl Bullock, Benoni A. Fuller, Caroline Griffin Harper, Josephine Houpt, Calvin James Howell, Joseph Corwin Hurd, Nettie M. McMains, Harrison Miller, Gerald Matthew Sikkenga, Albert Leon Strayer, Vere A. Tindall, Kenneth B. Palm Harbor: (Pinellas) Smyth, Benjamin Panama City: (Bay) Coker, Doris Campbell Coker, Royal Philip Pensacola: (Escambia) Hoffman, Arthur Theodore Saunders, Aubrey Burtc Tindall, Amos Willard Plant City: (Hillsborough! Berry, John Morrison Punta Gorda: (Charlotte) Baugher, Leland Guy Quincy: (Gadsden) Saunders, Irwin J. St. Augustine: (St. Johns! Moseley, James Robert St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Abbott, John William Beatty, Dale Clinton Cahill, James Brayton Davies, Owen P. Ellison, William Henry Eroh, Calvin Glascock, Alfred Dean Havens, Roland Louis Jennings, Charles Henry Love, Samuel Robert Martin, Basil Ferguson Mays, Robert Charles Noeling, George D. Osborn, Earl Evers Patterson, Alton B. Rankin, Florence Sawyer, Joseph Harlan

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Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 11 Smith, Hunter R. Stewart, Clara Bealafeld Stinson, James An tone Town, Florence May Wunderlich, Ray Charles Yeamans, Willis H. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Kell, Robert John Montague, Charles C., Jr. Weissberg, Elias B. Sebring: (Highlands) Johnston, Robert Lamar Tallahassee: (Leon) Flynn, Egmund Thomas “Pat” Flynn, Emmett William Tampa: (Hillsborough) Berry, Albert E. Berry, Nelle S. Bowlby, Doris Jones Brown, Norval Edward Clay, George Randall Day, Guilbert E. Kinney, Blanche Ethyl 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 Kingsley Dove, Chester Earl Dove, Nettie H. Quick, Roy Terwilliger Rader, Nannie Lurah von Behren, Frederic Fust Winter Garden: (Orange) Harter, Bernard Paul Winter Haven: (Polk) Becker, C. Markei Lewis, Cora H. Lovejoy, Ashley Campbell Winter Park: (Orange) Frost, Edgar Major Ward, Daniel C. Atlanta: Trimble, Hoye B. California: Blanchard, James Franklin Carter, Walter Caldwell Cave, Francis A. Holt, W. Luther Loveland, Mark M. Strobell, Emily Griffith Wilson Colorado: Morgan, Cleveland McAlister Printy, Sylvia Warren, Charles Sherman Connecticut: Barber, Charles William Beach, Orin Lamson Brake, Dewitt Henderson Calmar, Joseph Thomas Rockwell, Park Kimmell Spicer, Ernest W. Underwood, Ralph Emerson Delaware: Berlin, Franklin Joseph George, Henry III Georgia: Bell, Mary Lillian Blasingame, Wilbur Bumard Blauvelt, Rudd Blauvelt, Stella Adelaide Forehand, David Calhoun Harris, Edwin Lewis Tillman, Carl Gustave Trimble, Hoyt B. Illinois: Beilke, Martin Carl Boyd, Carroll Maurice Collins, H. L. Crosby, Clifton A. Cryer, Clifford Eugene Davis, Charles H. Dinges, Ransom L. Downing, Wilbur Joseph Drinkall, Earl Johnson Fuller, Willard Smith Garfield, Harold Fleming Jones, Effie O. Kinney, Lecta Fay McCaughan, Russell Craig McDonough, Weston M. Morris, Chester H. Musselman, David A. Pollard, Charles Emerson Robuck, Samuel Vemer Scaife, Martha Emma Staff, Leonard Ellis Stauffer, Chas. Wesley Stockebrand, A. L. Sullivan, Anna Tengblad, Malcolm Allan Tilley, Moses R. Waitley, Douglas Dale Walstrom, Brother Emil Walstrom, May Lyall Wise, Hugh P., Jr. Wise, Hugh Thomas Indiana: Borough, Lova D. Borough, Samuel Caine, Allen Bennett Decker, Ernest Bradley Ferguson, Denzil Morton Fogarty, Joseph Patrick Hall, William Campbell Hout, Riblet Brisbane Seaman, Kent L. Siegert, Anna Mae Stewart, Jasper J. Waller, Mary Elizabeth Iowa: Day, Milford C. Griffith, Thomas Ray Gulick, Eugene Allen Miller, Sara A. Mochrie, Elizabeth Kansas: Brown, Charles Elmer Cohen, Frederick J. Slater, Arthur Burdette Kentucky: Barnes, Charles W. Becker, Alan Robert Day, Edwin Frank Johnson, Aaron B. Johnson, Carl J. Louisiana: Famum, Stephen M. Swartz, Clyde Haven Maine: Andrews, Warren Eugene Betts, Addie K. Brown, Nora Robertson Campbell, Harry Horn Chittenden, Albert Edward Close, Henry M. McDowell, John O. Metcalf, C^harles Austin Patterson, Russell James Perry, Donald G. Pettapiece, Henry James Puffer, Eugene Evans Shalett, Irving Joseph Massachusetts: Adams, Gertrude H. Atty, Norman Belmont

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12 Florida State Board oj Health DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY Bums, Thomas Erbe, Henry Herman Ferris, Elizabeth May Gagen, Thomas F., Jr. Gorman, Lionel J. Heberle, Clement King Kidder, Elizabeth Meriel Malumphy, Francis Joseph Martin, Orel F. Nelson, Frank Chester Russell, Alexander B. Sartwell, James Oliver Smith, Arthur W. Spalding, Manford Root Vaill, Anna Wadhams Michigan: Brady, Lawrence P. Cathcart, Nelson Hugh Furby, John Franklin Garrett, Maurice Leonard Gates, Otto Bey Glezen, Royce A. Herzfeld, Mark Hicks, Anna Belle Homan, Robert Kenneth Ho vis, John Clark Hubbell, Preston Reed Hutton, Donald Fox Jamison, William Dale Johnson, Leroy Cletus Kahn, Samuel Bernard Markert, Walter W. Mathews, Lamar Kiddle McHerron, Jesse D. Money, J. Vincent Monger, Louis Myron Paul, Frank W. Rich, John R. Root, Claude Boone Schwieger, James Scott Sellards, Dorothy Davis Shay, Walter George Shoemaker, Paul Alonzo Sluyter, Edward Glenn Stimson, Harry Poynor Woodruff, Robert Arnold Woofenden, Lloyd Wright, Russell Melvin Colson, Dwight S. Connet, Dorothy Isabelle Curry, Etna Kelso Gahan, Edward John Harriss, Victoria AlexÂ’dr ia Hildreth, Arthur Grant Hull, John Swinney Kelley, Harlan Link Larimore, Leland S. Nuckles, George Taylor Pence, Herbert O. Purtzer, Evelyn V. Sams, Daniel Raymond Simalla, Kayrol Stowell, Glenn Wesley Sturmer, Louis G. Sturmer, Viola Bulluss Tibe, Royal Thomas Branstetter, Bertha W. Dye, Arthur McKee Foster, Julia E, Foster, S. Dales Spence, Taknage T. Tucker, Adam Reynold Montana: Crawbuck, William Edward New Jersey: Conklin, Hiram Lewis Conn, Milton Harkins, Daniel J. Jones, Charles E. Odden, Loren Hansen Osborn, Harry Clifton Patterson, Robert Donald Pohlig, William Albert Reitmeyer, Frank Theodore Rogers, Robert W. van de Sande, Theo. White Walker, Daniel LaVerne Ohio: Aveni, Domenic J. Baum, John D. Black, Chester Arthur Borton, Samuel Buck, Randall Orson Charbonneau, U. A. Corrodi, Albert Osmonc Cottrell, Mead Kelly Custis, Warren Wood Fish, Herbert L. Hampton, Donald Vernon Jeffers, Herbert Sidney Keckler, John W. Lash, Samuel Ralph Long, Harold J. Maurer, Minnie Elizabeth Monroe, James Ross Mulford, John Warwicl Mummaw, Glenn Karo Nye, Harold Robert Pheils, Erwin Henry Pierce, Harvey James Quartel, H. Ward Reid, McMillen James Rogers, Thomas Orland( Schulz, William Henry Sprague, Homer R. Van der Voort, Paul C. Walker, Ora M. Wiggins, William Harold Oregon: Diebold, Wendell Augm Minnesota: Keyes, Leslie Scranton Stewart, Harry H. Mississippi: Towne, Allen Dodge Missouri: Adkins, Albert McKinley Bartholomew, Garold C. Brogan, Michael Phillip Childers, John William New York: Apthorpe, Edna Marvin Apthorpe, William Beckwith, Clifford Gorham Beeman, Edward E. Beeman, Roy Herbert Burnard, Harold William Dillabough, Alyn Henry Matthews, Schuyler Colfax McLean, Theodore Russell Muncie, Curtis H. Nikola, George Francis Pettit, Henry Jewett Smith, Stewart P. Thompson, John Wilson Treble, John Mill Wilson, H. Clifford North Carolina: Berry, Albert E., Jr. Pennsylvania: Bashaw, Joseph Pierce Bashline, Orrin Osborn Bashline, Wayne Cozart, James Allen Denniston, Elmer Leonidas Dorrance, Harold James Dressier, Otterbein Drew, Ira Walton Drew, Margaret S. Fischer, Ralph L. Goehring, Harry Morgaii Heldt, Charles Humphrd Hughes, Roy Ellsworth ; Irvine, Samuel Wesley ; Kennedy, William Robert Ketner, William Alfred: Leuzinger, J. Ernest Long, Custer Brenton

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Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF OSTEOPATHY 13 Medlar, S. Agnes Moore, George Washington Mutschler, Oscar C. Noeling, George Dietrich Jr. Northern, Robert Jerome Orth, Harvey C. Pierce, Edward Glenn Purnell, Emma Rossman, Walter Franklin Rothmeyer, George S. Shellenberger, J. Mohler Simmons, Harry Frank Smith, Francis J. Stahlrnan, Harry Earl Stem, Harold Lewis Sterrett, Henry Willard Toepfer, Howard Charles Walter, Nelson John Wilson, Raymond Herbert Rhode Island: Brown, Niles A. Gants, Samuel L. Kierstead, William Brooke Rhodes, Barbara Cennessee: Buffalow, Oscar Thomas Miller, Robert Lee White, Paul Lyle Texas: LePere, Oscar R. Mack, Frank Andrew Smith, James Ralph Walker, Horace M. Utah: Boone, Richard Franklin Vermont: Drew, Howard Albert Virginia: Bowen, Margaret E. Washington: Ogle, John Marion Washington, D. C. Moore, Riley D. Teets, Charles P. ‘/est Virginia: Meador, Aubrey Prentice Ramsey, Evelyn Lee Ramsey, Frank Earl Wisconsin: Carlisle, Vernon R. Damm, Walter B. Gray, Earl Kenneth von Stime, Sara G. Australia: Davidson, Edwin Stewart Canada: Ghostley, Rayrnond Chas. Parker, Frederick Arthur Saunders, Edward Arthur England: Dunning, John Jacob

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14 Florida State Board of Health Name Doctors of Chiropractic A Address Name E Addr Acker, G. C_Kentucky Albea, H. B_Miami Allen, J. M-Dade City Anderson, A. E_St. Petersburg Anderson, W. V_Sarasota Angell, G. G_St. Petersburg Angell, R. E_St. Petersburg Arnold, H. C_Miami Arnot, E. D_Zephyrhills B Bassett, W. L-St. Petersburg Bethea, V. C_Bartow Bickel, F. -Hollywood Blumer, G. E_Melbourne Boyd, T. R-Miami Boyle, G. M_Ft. Lauderdale Bradwell, C. O_Tallahassee Brown, T. U_Jacksonville Brown, W. H-Indiana Brunskill, R. W_Winter Haven Budreau, W. E_Miami Burch, E. L-Arcadia Butler, F. _Miami Beach C Cacheris, C. J_Miami Cardwell, W. A_Lakeland Carlin, W. P_Jacksonville Carlson, J. E_Miami Chippendale, J. _Maine Clarke, W. E_Jacksonville Clements, G. R_Sebring Cliff, C. W_Eustis Coates, G. McC_Lake Wales Coll, A. F-Jacksonville Collins, E. E_West Virginia Conley, R. C_St. Augustine Connor, A. J_Daytona Beach Cooper, B. B_Illinois Cowart, J. N_Jacksonville Cox, H. G_Jacksonville Coyne, J. R_Tampa D Dali, P. N_Connecticut Daniel, T. C_St. Petersburg Danks, J. C_Pennsylvania Davis, D. J_Miami Davis, L. W_St. Petersburg Dean, J. R_Winter Haven Delaney, J. M_Pensacola Diesel, J. F_New Jersey Doss, L. T_Sanford Duffie, C. V_Lakeland Dunn, M. S_New York Dyer, M. M_Stuart Eldridge, W. P_Clearwater Bea Elliott, R. J_Homeste F Fair, F. E_Bradent Fambrough, C. W_Mia Farnsworth, J. H_St. Petersbr Farr, D. J_Mia Finley, W. A_DeLa Fisher, I. _Michig Fisher, J. _Geori Foreman, A. M_Saras( Foster, C. E_Jacksonvi Frank, F. R_Mia Frazier, F. J_West Palm Be£ Frazier, J. R_West Palm Bes French, I. C_Orlar G Gano, A. L_Leesbi Gano, C. R_Leesbi Gardner, J. D_Pennsylva; Gatchell, C. H_Orlar Gerberg, R. J_New Yc Goelz, W. C_Pensaci Goodwin, R. F_St. Petersbi Gordon, C. E__Tanr Graham, R. T_St. August Greer, W. B_Jacksonvi Gregg, M. D_Delray Bes H Hackradt, O. A_Mia Haire, M. L_Quir Hardwood, S. E_Dela Hauri, H. _Bradent Heine, R. E_Mia Heines, R. L_Mia Heitz, J. J_Sanfc Hendry, W. T_Pei Henson, S. S_Crescent C; Hicks, C. E_Lake Woi Hicks, W. L_Plant Ci Hook, C. R_Gainesvi Hopper, M. E_Califorr Horne, D. N_Geor^ Howard, J. F_Sarasc Hundley, G. _Ft. Lauderdj Hutto, W. L_South Carol! J Jensen, W. _Daytona Bea Johnson, T. F_Jacksonvf Johnson, W. I_Oh Jones, L. S_.West Palm Bea Jones, S. S_Miai

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Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC 15 Name Address Name Address K Pickett, A. C. _Illinois Kapp, M. B. St. Petersburg Pierce, B. A. Piorcp, E. S. -_ Tampa IVTiami Kaufman, A. E. -Ft. Lauderdale Pipkin, Tj N. IVTiilberry Kennedy, D. L. -Georgia "Plr^nHT^ A TVTpfTTX/ocI* Kinsinger, E. L. Lakeland i iULlLllCj xjL. IVXCVJT*_ Elnnrlrp E CW cot i diiHl xDcclCIl *Pq1ty^ Kirk, D. Jacksonville -riUU.U.Xc, J: VJT* W cot x dim XJcdCIl r^Vi ir\ Kitching, R., Jr. -Georgia X ill. XX*. Pnnt.iiis H E. ... . V.^I11U Tennessee Knight, G. S,... St. Cloud Pnp E .T .Tr Tnwa Kolling, A. J. Minnesota Pnnp TT E TVTiqttii Krug, 1. S. — _Haines City X XX* X >__ -_ Pnwpr^ R .Tr %  ..._....__XVXXcLLlll IVTiami Kubala, S. F. — Iowa X \J VV ^JL X V* J 1/ X • ^ .. Pritrhard E B .. .. -XVXXCLXXXX .Tacksnnvillp L Prosser, J. L. -Tampa Puddicombe, R. Tampa Lament, H. West Virginia Q Lanier, C. __ Brooksville Lawson, H. T.. Quinn, W. J_ — -New York Loffler, E. J._.. -Jacksonville R Me Rabb, E. A _ Arcadia MacDougall, W. E. Georgia Rainey, D. I. Ramil F X Tallahassee Pennsylvania McDearmid, G. A. -Quincy Rpwlprt;nn P TT IVTiami Beach MacQuarrie, L. N. -Pennsylvania l/OWXX^ X • XX*........-... Ross J T Jr Delray Beach M XVX/OO^ %J m ^ *9 w X ... Rosseland, R.. Jacksonville Maberrv, E. .T. -_ Miami S Mahan, E. R. BnsViriAll Saunders, B. M. Ft. Myer.s Mahan, H. A Saimdpr.s, E. M. Et. Myer.s Mahanev, H. F. Tampa Saunders, E. T. Ft. Myers Manlev. C. Frostproof Saunders, L. M. Miami Mavo, C. T. Tfirripp vSaunder.s, R. G. T.ake Worth Meneeav. J. E.. St Pf^t^^rsburg Scarborough, J. Q_ _Lakeland Mentz. G. W. Orloni^r^ Schecht, W. G_ _New York Mintz. B. A. IVTiaT-n^ Schmitz, E. R_ Tampa Montgomery, L. E_ _Michigan Schoenthaler, W. F._ _New York Morgan, A. M. "PCp-uWpcf Schubert, F. S_ — _Ohio Morrison, T. H. --J TT 1/ Davtona Boarh Scott, M. P. _Jacksonville Morrow. M. H. St Pptp'T'^bii'ro' Shafer, A. H., Jr. Jacksonville Murdauah. H. D ——-—-/X ^ o w mj. ^ 'F'+ Shapiro, A. H. _Ft. Pierce Murphy, H. H_ --%  X w* _Haines City Shively, R .T. Vero Beach Myers. G. J. California Shumate, M. L _Oldsmar Simonson, M. R Ft. Lauderdale N Sligh, E. A. Lakeland Nelson. H. A. -Miami Sligh, J. E _ Lakeland T Qrlrco’n'i7il lo Nevills. J. H. Lake Wales omiin, ri* xi.— _ti ctCivoUlX V xxxc TTf PiPTPP o i^niiin, xj* ill. Smith, M. A. South Carolina Smith, M. C. R. _St. Petersburg Oestricher, A. R _ Orlando Smith, V. B. Hollywood Olson. A. E _ Miami Snearinff H A .Tacksonville Overbeck, A. _Maryland K./^^CXX XXXg^ XX* Jl X*.— Speight, W^. E._ Jacksonville Stephan, W. F. Clearwater P Stephenson, R. W. -Lake Worth Patterson G L _Tallahassee Swan, W H Massachusetts Perry, w! T_ . __Jacksonville Sykes, E. N .. Orlando

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16 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Name Address Name Taylor, J. W Thiess, W. W Thomas, Thornton Tilson, B. D. ). H_ w _Pensacola Illinois W_ .. New York I. A. R. St. Cloud F. R. Orlando D_ St. Petersburg F_ West Palm Beach E_ _Miami Warner, L. Webb, H. B. Weiser, C VvT’endland White, J. White, J. Wiggins, Williams, Woodhull, M Trentin, M_ Tucker, T. C... -Palm Beach _St. Cloud Vail, K. F_ _Orlando H C Address | W _West Palm Beach _Orlando B Orlando J. T.,akeland H. J. _.^Bradenton F. Miami M. Miami V. R _New Smyrna Beach J. J Tampa M. _Sarasota B. W. Orlando H. M.„ „ .. St. Petersburg 1 D _ St. Petersburg Y W. _Tampa L.. Jr... _ .-Orlando Doctors of Chiropractic Arcadia: (DeSoto) Burch, Eugene L. Rabb, Earle Alvin Delray Beach: (Palm Beach)Hollywood: (Broward) Gregg, Maurice David Bickel, Frederick Ross, James Thweatt, Jr. Richolt, Esther Holmes Bartow: (Polk) Eustis: (Lake) Bethea, Virgil Carlysle Cliff, Chester William Homestead: (Dade) Elliott, Russell John Bradenton: (Manatee) Fair, Fred E. Hauri, Henry Wendland, Herman J. Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Jacksonvilj^: (Duval), Boyle, George Martz Hundley, Ginette Carlin, William Phillip Brooksville: (Hernando) Lanier, Clyde Bushnell: (Sumter) Mahan, Ethel Reed Mahan, Harry Allen Clarke, William Edwurd Kaufman, Apert Edward Archibald F. Simonson, Marie R. Cowart, John N. Ft. Meade (Polk) Cox, Henry Grady onrrv> TT/of.•rtT ‘pt-ioi Foster, Cecil Eugenc Murdaugh, Henry Dial— Greer, William Boyd Ft. Myers (Lee) Saunders, Bertha Mary Clearwater Beach (Pinellas) Saunders, Edward Stephan, William Fred Eldridge, Warren Perry Johnson, Tesla Farris Kirk, Daniel Kane Loffler, Erich J. Pritchard, Emmett B. Rawls, John Greison Crescent City: (Putnam) Henson, Samuel Shirly Meredith Saunders, Edward Terrell Ross3and, Rolf Scott, Marshall P. Dade City: (Pasco) Allen, John Morrison Ft. Pierce: (St. Lucie) Shapiro, Arthur H. Smith, Blanche Ethel Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Connor, Arthur J. Jensen, William Frostproof: (Polk) Manley, Clifford Gainesville, (Alachua) Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Smith, Allen Rex Spearing, Herman Aguire Speight, Walter Edward Morrison, Theodore Henry Hook, Cecil R. DeLand: (Volusia) Haines City: (Polk) Finley, Walter Arthur Krug, Inda Sinclair Key West: (Monroe) Morgan, Arch Marlin Lakeland: (Polk) Cardwell, William Arthui Duffie, Cecil Vincent Kinsinger, Elvin Lee Harwood, S. Elizabeth Murphy, Houston Hilliard Scarborough, Jason Q.

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17 Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Sligh, Emma A. Sligh, Joseph Edgar Weiser, Carl John Lake Wales: (Polk) Coates, George McCreary Nevills, Judson Harry Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Hicks, Claude Errol Saunders, Richard Guthrie Stephenson, Ray W. Leesburg: (Lake) Gano, Alice L. Gano, Cecil R. Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Gatchell, Carl H. McKenney, Louis D. Mentz, Gustav W. Oestricher, Albert R. Sykes, Ernest Norwood Thornton, Frank Roscoe Vail, Kenneth Francis Warner, Lawrence Charles Webb, Hardie Black Worthing, Burt W. Young, Rexford L., Jr. Palatka: (Putnam) Lawson, Howard L. Worthing, Helen Marie Wright, OUie Duling Sanford: (Seminole) Doss, Luther T. Heitz, John J. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Anderson, WiUiam Virgil Foreman, A. M. Howard, John Finley Woodhull, Mabel Sebring: (Highlands) Clements, George R. Melbourne: (Brevard) Palm Beach: (Palm Beach)Stuart: (Martin) Blumer, G. E. Trentin, Marcel 'Dyex, Myrtle Mabel Aiiami: (Dade) Albea, Horace B. Arnold, Henry Clayton Boyd, Thomas Ryan Budreau, William Emory Cacheris, Constantine John Carlson, John Ernest Davis, Dale J. Fambrough, Chas. Winthrop Farr, Douglas Joseph Frank, Frederick R. Hackradt, Otto Albert Heine, Rosina E. Heines, Richard Lester Jones, Samuel Savage Maberry, Elmer J. Mintz, Bertram Allan Nelson, Harold Albert Olson, A. E. Pierce, Edwin Stanley Pope, Hiram F. Powers, Richard, Jr. Saimders, Lewis Milo Smith, Virgil B. Tracy, M. Everett White, John Fletcher White, John Merrill Miami Beach: (Dade) Butler, Frederick Robertson, Paul Herald Mulberry: Pipkin, Luther N. New Smyrna Beach: (Volusia) Wiggins, William Russell dldsmar: Shumate, Mary D. Pensacola: (Escambia) Delaney, John Mansfield Goelz, William Charles Tallman, Ora Hubert Tallahassee: (Leon) Bradwell, Clinch O. Patterson, George Lester Rainey, Dennett Isaiah Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) Haire, Marcus Lycurgus McDearmid, George Allen Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Eldridge, Warren Perry Tampa: (Hillsborough) Coyne, John R. Gordon, Charles Elmer Mahaney, Henry Fielding Mayo, Chas. Traynor Pierce, Burton Aaron Prosser, John L. Puddicombe, Raymond Schmitz, Edmond Richard Williams, Joseph James Yoimg, Charles Warren St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay Graham, Roberta T. Umatilla: (Lake) Perry, Walter Theodore St. Cloud: (Osceola) Knight, Grover S. Thomas, Madelyn Antionette Rode Tucker, Thomas C. Vero Beach: (Indian River) Shivley, Robert Thomas West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) St. Petersburg: (PineUas) Anderson, Ada E. Frazier, Frank J. Frazier, Josie Roebuck Jones, Lawrence Samuel McIntosh, Daniel Caldwell Ploudre, Audrey McGill Ploudre, Frank George Rhoads, Benjamin H. Timma, Ronald F. Wain, William Henry Angell, Golden Gahm Angell, Robert E. Bassett, W. L. Daniel, Theodore Conrad Davis, Lee W. Farnsworth, Jas. Howard Goodwin, Rowena FaU /-r. n n Kapp, M. Bernard Winter Haven: (Polk) Menegay, John Edward Brunskill, Robt. Williams McEwan, Thomas Douglas Dean, James Robert Morrow, Milton H. Smith, Maybel C. RobertsZephyrhills: (Pasco) Tilson, Bertha Davis Amot, Emerson David

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18 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC California: Hopper, Maud E. Myers, George Jefferson Kentucky: Acker, George Coe Connecticut: Dali, Peter Nicolaisen Georgia: Fisher, John Horne, Daniel N. Kennedy, Duncan Lamar Kitching, Reginald MacDougall, William E. Illinois: Cooper, Benjamin B. Pickett, Alfred Charles Taylor, James Walter Indiana: Brown, W. Harding McGinness, Charles William Iowa: Kubala, Stephen F Pop, Frank J., Jr. Maine: Chippendale, John Schoenthaler, William Frederick Thiess, William W. Maryland: Overbeck, Adrian Massachusetts: Swan, Walter Herbert Ohio: Johnson, W. Irving Poling, Edith Haynes Reynolds, Leo E. Schubert, Frederick S. Michigan: Fisher, Irene Montgomery, Leonard E Pennsylvania: Danks, Jack C. Gardner, John Douglas MacQuarrie, Laura N. Ramil, Francis Xavier Minnesota: Kolling, Arthur J. New Jersey: Diesel, John Frederick South Carolina: Hutto, William Leo Smith, Marshall Albert New York: Dunn, Maxwell S. Gerberg, Reuben J. Quinn, W. John Schecht, William Grant Tennessee: Pontius, Harry E. West Virginia: Collins, Edward Eustac Lamont, Hector

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Bureau of Narcotics 19 Doctors of Naturopathy Name Address Name Address Abernethy, G. H_Pensacola Alden, E. W-Sarasota Alden, J. R-St. Petersburg Ehrline, G. F_Miami Eldridge, W. P_Clearwater Beach Elkins, E. B_West Palm Beach Evans, M. D__ Miami Evans, T. W-Miami Baisden, M. J-Jacksonville Ballou, T. P-Palm Beach Barth, C. F_ Baumgart, _Safety Harbor Benz, E. J.. Bercutt, S. _J acksonville MiaTni __ Npw .Tpr.?pv L.-California A. I._ _Bradenton A. S. Bradonfon T. _South Carolina E_ Indiana -Miami Blumer, L. Brainerd, W. W_New Jersey Branyon, E. A-South Carolina Briggs, J. M-St. Cloud Brinkler, G. H-Miami Beach Brown, W. A_Tampa Bulerich, W. A_Miami Bryant, R. A-Tampa Camara, J. A.. -Missouri Carlson^ J. E_Miami Carroll, F. E-Wauchula Casey, P. M_Miami Clark, W. T-Pennsylvania Cockerham, C. D_Bradenton Cold, K. M-Miami Cold, P. E-Tampa Collins, F. X-St. Petersburg Conley, R. C-St. Augustine Cox, H. GJacksonville Cox, V. P-Miami Coyne, J. R-Tampa Crandall, B. E_Indiana Crandell, C. R-West Palm Beach D Dahl, O. -Clearwater Damsel, C. H-Apopka Davis, A_Ohio Dean, J. R-Winter Haven Detwiler, H. G-Miami Dews, W. S_Largo Doolittle, W. S-St. Petersburg Dux, H-Jacksonville Dyer, C. H-Miami Fankhauser, G. L_Safety Harbor Farnsworth, J. H_St. Petersburg Farr, D. J-Miami Feldmann, W. J_Ft. Lauderdale Finley, W. A-DeLand Foshee, E._.Lakeland French, I. C. _Orlando Friedman, S-JSTew York Frischkorn, C. S_.Virginia Gardner, J. D_Pennsylvania Gatter, C. L-Pennsylvania Gavilla, J_Tampa Gesser, C. H_St. Petersburg Gilbert, N. A_Tampa Gill, L. C_Jllinois Gleim, H. F_Ohio Glorig, A. H_Ft. Lauderdale Goldstein, B. L_Miami Green, B. B-Tampa Gresham, T. A_Ft. Myers Gresko, S. J_Cottondale Grille, E. F_Tangerine Grossman, H_Miami Beach Guest, L. O_-Tampa Haag, H. W_JNew Jersey Haire, M. L_Quincy Hall, B-Live Oak Hanoka, N. S_JNew York Hardy, W. C_Graceville Harper, W. D_Miami Hauser, B. G_JNew York Heaps, L. F Clearwater Heintze, A. C_Pensacola Heitz, A. W_Sanford Heitz, J. J_Orlando Henderson, K. I St. Petersburg Hendry, W. T Perry Hershey, M. H Winter Haven Hicks, C. E _Lake Worth Hicks, W. L Plant City Hitchcock, K. C Maryland Hoeppner, H. I St. Petersburg Hoff, A. L Miami Beach Holland, J. J __ Miami Holm, A. H __ Miami Dykeman, L. E_Lake Wales Hurst, M Hoover, C. E_ .Bartow -St. Petersburg

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20 Florida State Board of Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Name J Jansik, A. D_Safety Harbor Jensen, W_Daytona Beach Johnson, L. P_Williston Johnson, W. I_^_Ohio Johnston, M. K_Tampa Jones, R_Lakeland K Kaplin, A. F. W_Pennsylvania Kelso, J. E_Ohio Kendall, R. P., Jr_Miami Kennedy, S. I_Miami Kolling, A. J_Minnesota Krebs, A. E_St. Petersburg L Lauber, J. H_St. Petersburg Lauber, S_St. Petersburg Lehman, W. H_Ohio Lentjes, F_Tampa Leslie, R. A_Tennessee Lindhe, R. E-Pennsylvania Lindlahr, V. H_Eagle Lake Livers, L. S_Ohio Lombard, L. E_Miami Long, C. D_Bradenton Lunin, Y-St. Petersburg Luther, B. _Miami Me McCarthy, W. B_Jacksonville McFerrin, C. B_Orlando McKenney, L. D_Orlando M Martinez, J. M_Miami Mashadre, L. J_Pennsylvania Massaia, J. P_Xakeland Matera, J. M_Miami Melser, J. P_Boca Grande Menegay, J. E_St. Petersburg Menzel, O. L_Orlando Merley, J. M_Lake Worth Miller, C_New Jersey Miller, J. H_JSTorth Dakota Miller, T. F_North Dakota Mollier, M. C_.Pennsylvania Murphy, H. H_Haines City Murray, L. M_Miami N Niemi, I. S-Ohio Addrej O Oakley, L. W_Coral Gabh Oliver!, V_New Yoi P Palese, L. R_New Jerse Palma, P. R_Miami Beac Pandak, Emery_Marylar Paradis, E. C_ Miar Patterson, D. E_Delray Bea( Patterson, J. A_Jacksonville Bea( Perry, W. T_Umatil Polney, P. A_Oklawal Posner, E. R_New Yoi Post, M. H_Miar Pusch, Anna_Miar R Raitano, H_New Yo; Ramil, F. X_Pennsylvan Rasmussen, E. L_Coral Gabl Rasmussen, F. C_Coral Gabl Robbins, D. F_Miar Robison, C. W_St. Petersbu Ronning, P. C_Miar Roop, W. H_Tam] Rose, D. _Jacksonvi] Ross, J. T., Jr_Delray Beai S Saalfrank, R. B_Miai Sachs, M. H_Miami Bea Safra, M. J_Miami Bea^ Sampson, E. B_Illinc Schaeffer, M. B_Miai Schippell, T. M_Washington, D. Schreiber, A. _Ut; Scott, D. W_Orlan^ Shafer, A. H., Jr_Jacksonvi! Shannon, K. C_Mia] Schmid, I_Miami Bea Singley, V. L_Miami Bea Sisson, R. R_Jacksonvi! Slater, O. I_Ft. Lauderds Smith, A. R_Jacksonvi! Smith, C. R_St. Petersbu Smith, E. Y_Jacksonvi! Smith, T. K_Mia: Smith, W. J_Tam Snyder, C. C_St. Petersbu Soda, L. E_Miami Bea Spangler, W. O_Illin( Spearing, H. A_Jacksonvi! Spitler, H. R_Key W( Steele, M_Palm Bea Springmyer, C. C-Mia] Sust, Aurelio A_Tam Address Name

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Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 21 Name Address Name Address T W 'PhnmaSj C. G. Ppnsaenla Waksmundzka, M. G. __Miami Beach Thomap, M, A. R. St. Cloud Walden, C. C. H. Ft. Myers Walden, W. A.. Walsdnrfj C. W. _Ft. Myers Miami Thompson, E. D.. West Palm Beach Tb'^T’ntnn^ F. R. Orlando Wamhauph, .T. T.. Ojus Ti-ff D Tllinni.'? Watson, C. B. Indiana Tiptnn, M. G. St. Petersburg Weinger, T. Miami Weissberg, S_ W^enp'er^ R W^. _Connecticut Ohio Trentin, M. -Palm Beach C. Missouri Whidden, T.. A. Bora Grande Tnrnpr G F Jaeksnnville Whitesides, G. H. E._. _DeLand u Ulizio, L. H. — Connecticut Whiting, F. F. Gainesville Wilkas, S. A. — Wong, G. N. West Palm Beach Penn.sylvania Wnndhul, T.. M. Sarasota Wnnllarfl Cl F. TV/Tiqtvii Urbuteit, F. .. -Tampa VV UUXidi Cl, KJT* WyJ’nt, F, F. Indiana Utrecht, W. — Tampa Y \ Young, C. McK._ Miami T Young, H. E. -JMiami Vail, K. F. Orlando Z Viti-Mariani, H. „ Tampa Zamnst, T. _Pennsylvania Vogel, M. A.Texas Zarch, H. L.. Georgia Doctors of Naturopathy Daytona Beach: (Volusia) Haines City: (Polk) Jensen, William Murphy, Houston H. Apopka: (Orange) I Damsel, Charles Henry Bartow: (Polk) I Hoover, Claude E. Boca Grande: (Lee) 1 Mesler, James P. ( Whidden, Lionel Alton Bradenton: (Manatee) ] Berninger, Adam I. 1 Berninger, Alza Sara 1 Cocherham, Corbett D. 1 Long, Charles Delbo ^ Clearwater: (Pinellas) 5 Dahl, Oliver ^ Eldridge, Warren P. “ Heaps, Lewis F. ?' nCoral Gables: (Dade) c Oakley, Leonard Wicks )il Rasmussen, Edwin 111 Ludwig ;s Rasmussen, Franklin C. ,c Cottondale: (Jackson) pi Gresko, Stephen J. DeLand: (Volusia) Finley, Walter Arthur Whitesides, Gertrude Harriet Elizabeth Delray Beach: (Palm Beach) Patterson, Dellizon Earl Ross, James T., Jr. Eagle Lake: (Polk) Lindlahr, Victor H. Ft. Lauderdale: (Broward) Feldmann, William John Glorig, Aram Hovannes Slater, Oliver Isador Gainesville: (Alachua) Whiting, Ernest Edwin Graceville: (Jackson) Hardy, Willie Clayton Jacksonville: (Duval) Baisden, M. Jar. Beck, William C. Cox, Henry Grady Dux, Henry McCarthy, William Brown Rose, David Shafer, Alfred H., Jr. Sisson, Roscoe R. Smith, Allen Rex Smith, Edward Young Spearing, Herman Aquire Turner, Charles Franklin Jacksonville Beach: (Duval) Patterson, John A. Lakeland: (Polk) Foshee, Earline Jones, Rollin Massaia, Joseph P. Ft. Myers: (Lee) Gresham, T. A. Walden, Clara C. Haley Key West: (Monroe) Walden, Watson A. Spitler, Herry Riley

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22 Florida State Board oj Health DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY Lake Wales; (Polk) Dykeman, Lillian (Edwards) Lake Worth: (Palm Beach) Hicks, Claude E. Merley, John M. Largo: (Pinellas) Dews, William S. Live Oak: (Suwannee) Miami Beach: (Dade) Brinkler, George Henry Grossman, Harry Hoff, Albert Lambert Palma, Paul R. Sachs, Moses H. Safra, Meyer Jacob Shmid, Israel Singley, V. Leeds Soda, Lawrence Edward Waksmundzka, Maria Gabryella Woollard, George Edward Hall, Bartow Miami: (Dade) Baumgart, Catherine May (Shively) Beckman, Samuel Blumer, Louis Bulerich, William A. Carlson, John Ernest Casey, Phyllis M. Cold, Katherine M. Cox, Vernon Pennock Dyer, Charles H. Detwiler, Harold Govan Ehrline, George Francis Evans, Margaret Dorothy Evans, Thomas Watson Farr, Douglas Joseph Goldstein, Benjamin L. Harper, William Omar Holland, John Joseph Holm, A. Harry Kendall, Randall Palmer, Jr. Kennedy, Sidney Irwin Lombard, Louis E. Luther, Beatrice Martinez, Jose M. Matera, Joseph Mario Murray, Lorna M. Paradis, Earl C. Post, Myron Hazelton Pusch, Anna Robbins, Donald Frederick Ronning, Paul C. Saalfrank, R. Bartlett Schaeffer, Michael B. Shannon, Kenneth Coleman Smith, Tilman K. Springmyer, Clifton Cread Oklawaha: (Marion) Polney, Peter A. Ojus: (Dade) Wambaugh, Joseph Leo Orlando: (Orange) French, Ida Carson Heitz, John J. McFerrin, Charles B. McKenney, Louis Duve Menzel, Ora Lorien Scott, David Walter Thornton, Edward Benson Vail, Kenneth Francis Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Ballou, Thurston P. Steele, Milton Trentin, Marcel Pensacola: (Escambia) Abernethy, George Halsey Heintze, Arthur Carl Thomas, C. G. Perry: (Taylor) Hendry, Wilson Towles Plant City: (Hillsborough) Hicks, Wilbur Lee Quincy: (Gadsden) Haire, Marcus Lycurgus Safety Harbor: (Pinellas) Barth, Con F. Fankhauser, Glen Leroy Jansik, Alb in D. St. Augustine: (St. Johns) Conley, Ransom Clay St. Cloud: (Osceola) Walsdorf, Chester William Weinger, Isidor Thornas, Madelyn Young, Carolyn Antoinette Rode McKenney St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Young, Hanford Earl Alden, John R. Collins, Francis X. Doolittle, William S. Farnsworth, James Howard Gesser, Charles Henry Henderson, Karl I. Hoeppner, Henry John Hurst, Milton Krebs, A. E. Lauber, John Hayes Lauber, Sentha Lunin, Yale Menegay, John Edward Robison, Charles William Smith, Cleo Rondo Snyder, Clifford Charle Tipton, Merrill G. Sanford: (Seminole) Heitz, A. W. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Alden, Ernest W. Woodhull, Mabel Tampa: (Hillsborough) Brown, W. Alston Bryant, Robert Abner Cold, Paul E. Coyne, John R. Gavilla, Julio Gilbert, Naulbert A. Green, Bertha B. Guest, Lyle Orville Johnston, Mabyl K. Lentjes, Fred Roop, William Henry Smith, Walter Jerome Sust, Aurelio A. Urbuteit, Fred Utrecht, William Viti-Mariana, Hannibal Tangerine: (Orange) Grillo, Edward Francis Umatilla: (Lake) Perry, Walter T. Wauchula: (Hardee) Carroll, Francis E. West Palm Beach (Palm Beach) Crandall, Charles R. Elkins, E. B. Thompson, Edward Daniel Wilkas, Stanley A. Williston: (Levy) Johnson, Lyle P.

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Bureau of Narcotics DOCTORS OF NATUROPATHY 23 Winter Haven: (Polk) Dean, James Robert Hershey, Martin H. California: Bercutt, Sonya L. Connecticut: Ulizio, Louis H. Weissberg, Simon Georgia: Zarch, Herman Louis Illinois: Gill, Lester Clyde Sampson, Ewell B. Sprangler, Wade O. Tift, Martin D. Indiana: Bittrich, Carl Essex Crandall, Burton Edwin Watson, Carl B. Wyant, Fred E. Maryland: Hitchcock, Kenneth C. Pandak, Emery Minnesota: Kolling, Arthur J. Missouri: Camara, Joseph Anthony Trussler, Clarence New Jersey: Benz, Edwin John Brainerd, Warren Will Haag, Harry W. Miller, Charles Palese, Lawrence Rocco New York: Friedman, Samuel Hanoka, N. S. Hauser, Benjamin Gayelord Oliveri, Vincent Posner, Emil Roy Raitano, Harry North Dakota: Miller, Jacob H. Miller, Theresa Fetzer Ohio: Davis, Alexander Gleim, Harry F. Johnson, W. Irving Kelso, James E. Lehman, Wilburn H. Livers, Louis S. Niemi, Ivar S. Wenger, Ralph Webster Pennsylvania: Clark, W. Thomas Gardner, John Douglass Gatter, Charles L. Kaplin, Alfred Frederick Lindhe, Rolf E. Mashadre, Louis J. MoUier, Merri Claude Ramil, Frances Xavier Wong, George Nelson Zamost, Israel South Carolina: Bidwell, William Tliomas Branyon, E. A. Tennessee: Leslie, Royal A. Texas: Vogel, Max A. Utah: Schreiber, August Virgmia: Frischkom, Carl Salem Washington, D. C. Schippell, Theresa Mario

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24 Florida State Board of Health Chiropodists Name Address A Adams, J. E_St. Petersburg Adams, J. M_St. Petersburg Adams, L. B_St. Petersburg Applegate, J. M_St. Petersburg Arany, E. E_Orlando B Beishline, M. L_Lakeland Babcock, D. M_Illinois Blonde, J. V_Miami Brickman, C_Miami Brownsey, E. G_Tampa Burns, M. J_New Jersey C Campagna, M_Daytona Beach Capper, G. I_Oregon Carsley, E. M-St. Petersburg Casell, S. G_Coral Gables Crim, W. W_Coral Gables D Davis, W. A-Tallahassee Devorsak, E. C_Mt. Dora Doherty, J. L-Miami Dowling, H. A-Jacksonville Dunn, C. S-New Jersey Dyrenforth, L. J_West Palm Beach E Egley, F. A-Connecticut Ehrenberg, A. M-Orlando Ellison, W. E_Tampa F Feinberg, H-Miami Beach G. Name Addres Heslop, J. W. Palm Bead Holmes, A. M.. _Orland( Hurd, E. B_Miam J Jones, S. R_Miam K Koehl, J. F_ West Palm Bead L Laubenthal, F. N_ _Miarc T.auhenthal, .T. .T. Miam LePompadour, F. S._ _St. Petersbur T.erner S .T _Pensacol T.pvey, T. _Daytona Bead T.pveyj W Daytona Bead Levy, B. _New Yor T.Pwis, W. T. Miarr Lewy, H_ Tamp Lewy, L_ New Yor Lewy, M_ _Tamp liPwy, S. Tamp: Lindley, R. E_ _Winter Have T.inrlspy, .T. H. .Tacksonvill T.ivprs, Tj. L. Ohi T.nndnn, T.. Daytona Beac Me McCormack, F. J_ _New Yor McDermott, M. V. _Miami Beac M Manshipj G R. DeLan Marsh, M. E_ _Mount Dor Mpistpr, .T. Ti. Miami Beac Meyer, U. E-West Palm Beac Morley, A. R__ _New Yor P Gerald, Wm. Von M-Miami Beach Girard, J. M-Miami Beach Gisler, C. C_Orlando Glaser, S. -St. Petersburg Gleason, B-Miami Goldberg, E-New York Goldwag, H. L.--New York Griffin, U. M-Miami Beach H Hackel, C-Jacksonville Halton, R. E-Sarasota Hart, J. J-Miami Hart, M. A-Miami Hauch, R. D-Vero Beach Henchey, T. J-West Palm Beach Pelletier, G. A_Miami Beac Peters, M. J_Lakelan Pierce, V. M__Wisconsi Piper, E. M_Ft. Myei Porter, F. L_Main Powers, C. L_St. Petersbur Q Quixley, C. L_Oca] R Raleigh, A. K_Orland Redell, M_New Yor Reis, S. W-Palm Beac Rosen, L_Tamp Ross, S. B-New Yor

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Bureau of Narcotics CHIROPODISTS 25 Name Address Name Address Rowe, F. W— — _Miami Thomson, R. C. _ J acksonville Rowe, J. T. _Miami Toni‘?‘sPn O .T T. T Q /^IrcrvT^^Tillo Ryan, A. E.„_ _Miami Torpey, R. N— ..u dClvoUil V XXJC Massachusetts Kymer, rs. j.S V Sadnwsky, B, H. Miami Beach Vidler, J. W. M..„ _Orlando Saner, P. J_St. Petersburg Scardulla, C. N_ Miami Beach w Schroedel, E. A. K_Daytona Beach Schwartz, I. H_ Miami Ward, G. M_ _New York Singer, L. — _Miami Webb, E. L_ Skaley, J. H_ Skinner L. R.. -Plant City -West Palm Beach Wellesley, A_ --XTXAyfciXXX _-Miami Beach ^nn H ptI in TT _N 0 'yv York Wilder, S. J_ _Pennsylvania OtJULACrX T Wiley, L. J_ . Fort Walton Taylor, J. B_Tampa Y Thomas, W. J_ _Illinois Young, H. H_ -Miami Coral Gables: (Dade) Casell, Sidney G. Crim, Warren Walter Daytona Beach: (Volusia) (^ampagna, Matthew Levey, Irving Levey, William London, Larry Schroedel, Esther A. K. DeLand: (Volusia) Manship, George Russell Ft. Myers: (Lee) Piper, Ella Mertie Ft. Walton: (Okaloosa) Wiley, Lydia Jayne Jacksonville: (Duval) Dowling, Heywood Augustus Hackel, Carl Lindsay, John Hubert Thomson, Raymond Carl Tonissen, Otto J. L. Lakeland: (Polk) Beishline, Mearl Lee Peters, Mathilde J. Miami: (Dade) Blonde, John V. Brickman, Charles Chiropodists Doherty, James Lawrence Gleason, Bertha Griffin, Undine M. Hart, John James Hart, Mary Ann Hurd, Edward B. Jones, Sidney R. Laubenthal, Fredrick Nicholas Laubenthal, Jacob John Lewis, William T. Rowe, Fannie Weeks Rowe, James Tonking Ryan, Avis Emily Schwartz, I. H. Singer, Louis Webb, Eugene LeHardy Young, Harry Himan Miami Beach: (Dade) Feinberg, Herbert Gerard, William Von M. Girard, Joseph Murph Griffin, Undine M. McDermott, Mary V. Meister, John Louis Pelletier, George Arthur Sadowsky, Bernard H. Scardulla, Chris N. Wellesley, Arthur Mt. Dora: (Lake) Devorsak, Emric Carl Marsh, Mildred E. Ocala: Quixley, Charles Lyle Orlando: (Orange) Arany, Egmont Edward Ehrenberg, Amo M. Gisler, Charles Christian Holmes, Addie M. Raleigh, Anna Kaiser Vidler, J. W. M. Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Reis, Solly Williams Heslop, James Wesley Pensacola: (Escambia) Lerner, Sidney J. Plant City: (Hillsborough) Skaley, John H. St. Petersburg: (Pinellas) Adams, Joy E. Adams, James Milton Adams, Loney B. Applegate, Jack Moore Carsley, Elsie May Glaser, Sylvia LePomadour, Francis S. Powers, Clement L. Saner, Peter J. Sarasota: (Sarasota) Halton, Richard Everson

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26 Florida State Board of Health CHIROPODISTS Tallahassee: (Leon) Davis, William A. Connecticut: Egley, Fred August Tampa: (Hillsborough) Brownsey, Edgar George Ellison, William Edwin Lewy, Herbert Lewey, Morris Lewy, Schofield Rosen, Louis Taylor, John B. Vero Beach: (Indian River) Hauch, Robert Dixon Illinois: Babcock, Donald Murray Thomas, William Jay Maine: Porter, Fred Linwood Massachusetts: Torpey, Richard N. West Palm Beach: (Palm Beach) Dyrenforth, Lewis J. Henchey, Thomas Joseph Koehl, Joseph F. Meyer, Ulrick E. Skinner, Lena R. Winter Haven: (Polk) Lindley, Russell E. New Jersey: Burns, Margaret J. Dunn, Charles Seymour Rymer, Bernard Joseph New York: Goldberg, Edward Goldwag, Harry L. Levy, Ben Lewy, Louis McCormack, Ferden Jerome Morley, Arthur R. Redell, Monroe Ross, Sidney B. Sonderling, Herman Ward, George M. Ohio: Livers, Lorene L. Oregon: Capper, George I. Pennsylvania: Wikler, Simon Joseph Wisconsin: Pierce, Victoria Marcussen

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27 Bureau of Narcotics Florida Basic Science Law CHAPTER 19281—(No. 286) SENATE BILL No. 35 AN ACT to Establish a State Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences Underlying the Practice of the Healing Art, to Provide For its Organization, Powers, Duties and Compensation, to Provide For Exam ination in the Basic Sciences and That Certification by Said Board of Proficiency in the Basic Sciences to be a Prequisite to the Eligibility of Any Person For Examination For Licenses to Practice the Healing Art; to Define the Basic Sciences, the Healing Art, a License, and to Provide Penalties for the Violation of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Section 1. This Act shall be known as the “Florida Basic Science Law.” Section 2. DEFINITIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS ACT: (a) The term Basic Science shall mean the following subjects: 1— Anatomy; 2—Physiology; 3—Chemistry; 4—Pathology; 5—Bacteriology. (b) For the purpose of this Act, the healing art includes any system, treatment, operation, diagnosis, prescription or practice for the ascertain ment, cure, relief, pallition, adjustment, or correction of any human disease, ailment, deformity, injury, or unhealthy or abnormal physical or mental condition. (c) A license is a certificate issued to a person authorizing him or her to practice the healing art. Section 3. There is hereby established a board of examiners in the basic sciences to consist of five (5) members authorized and directed to conduct written examination of all persons who shall hereafter desire to apply for a license to practice the healing art. Said examination shall cover the five (5) following basic sciences, viz: 1—Anatomy; 2—Physiolgy; 3—Chemistry; 4—Pathology; 5—Bacteriology. Section 4. No person shall hereafter be eligible for examination or permitted to take an examination for a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof or be granted any such license unless and until he has presented to the licensing board or other authority empowered to issue such license, a certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences as provided in this Act. This requirement shall be in addition to all other requirements now or hereafter in effect with respect to the issuance of such license or licenses. Section 5. This Act shall not be construed as applying to dentists, pharmacists, nurses, optometrists, chiropodists and Christian Sciences practicing within the limits of their respective callings; nor to persons licensed to practice the healing art or any branch thereof in the State of Florida at the time this Act first takes effect, nor to persons specifically permitted by law to practice without licenses who practice each within the limits of the privileges thus granted them. Section 6. The Governor shall, within 30 days after this Act takes effect, appoint a board of examiners in the basic sciences, hereinafter referred to as the “board of examiners in the basic sciences” consisting of five (5) members learned in the basic sciences named herein, from the faculties of the universities and colleges in Florida having four years college courses who shall be appointed one (1) for two (2) years, and two (2) for three (3) years and two (2) for four (4) years from the date of their respective appointments. On the expiration of the term of any mem

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28 Florida State Board of Health ber the Governor shall fill the vacancy or vacancies by appointment for a term of four (4) years; on the death or resignation or removal of any member the Governor shall fill the vacancy by appointment for the unexpired portion of the term. Every member shall serve until his suc cessor is appointed and qualified. Not more than two (2) members of the board shall be appointed from the faculties of any one (1) of the Univer sities or colleges described herein. Section 7. The board shall meet and organize as soon as practicable, after appointment. It shall have power to elect officers from its members, to adopt a seal and make such rules, in addition to the rules hereinafter specified, as it deems expedient to carry this Act into effect. The board shall elect a chairman and secretary from among its members. The secre tary of the board of examiners in the basic sciences who is to handle all the funds received by the board must execute a bond in adequate amount and with good and sufficient surety, payable to the State and conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office. Section 8. The secretary shall keep a correct record of the proceed ings of said board which shall be prima facie evidence of all matters con tained therein; he shall also keep the questions submitted in the examina tion of any applicant and the applicantÂ’s answers thereto, and upon the granting of a certificate, shall certify to the secretary of State, the various boards of examiners in the healing arts, and the State Board of Health. Section 9. The chairman of the Board shall arrange the place in which to conduct the examination held by said board which shall be at one of the universities or colleges represented by members of the board. Section 10. The expenses of this Board shall be paid out of the fees received from applicants. After all the expenses, and deducting 10% as a sinking fund to be used for future deficits, the remainder shall be divided equally among the members of the board. Section 11. The fee for examination or any re-examination by the board shall be ten ($10.00) dollars; all fees shall be paid to the secretary of the board of examiners in the basic sciences by the applicant at the time of filing application. Section 12, No person shall be eligible for examination for a certifi cate of proficiency in the basic sciences until he shall have furnished satisfactory evidence to the board that he is a citizen of the United States of America, is of good moral character and is a graduate of an accredited high school, or possesses the educational qualifications equiv alent to those required for graduation by all accredited high schools, such educational qualifications to be determined by the board. Section 13. Any person desiring to take the examination for a certi ficate of proficiency in the basic sciences shall make application to the board, at least fifteen (15) days before the examination on a form pro vided by the board. Such application must be accompanied by the examination fee and such proof as is necessary to show the eligibility of the candidate to take such examination. All applications shall be in accordance with the rules of the board and shall be signed and verified by oath of the applicant. Provided that said application should not con tain questions to be answered by said applicant which will disclose the professional school he may have attended or what system of treating the sick he intends to pursue. Section 14. The board shall give public notice of the time and place of all examinations to be held under this Act and such notice shall be given in such manner as the board may deem expedient and in ample time to allow all candidates to comply with the provisions of this title. Section 15. Said board shall meet at a place selected by the chairman and there conduct examinations in the basic sciences twice a year, at a time to be selected by the board, the examinations to be held approxi

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Bureau of Narcotics 29 mately six (6) months apart. Every examination shall be conducted in writing in English in such manner that the applicant shall be known by number only imtil such examination papers are read and the proper grade determined. The examination shall be of such a nature as to constitute a reasonable test as to whether the person so examined has such knowledge of the elementary principles of the basic sciences as should be attained upon the completion of a course of study of the following subjects for the number of hours specified: Anatomy 400 hours; Physiology 200 hours; Chemistry 200 hours; Pathology 160 hours; Bacteriology 100 hours. The board shall establish rules for conducting all examinations, grading of examinations and passing upon the educational qualifications of appli cants as shown by such examinations. If the applicant receives a credit of 75% or more in each of the basic sciences, he shall be considered as having passed the examination. If the applicant receives less than 75% in one subject and receives 75% or more in each of the remaining sub jects, he shall be allowed a re-examination at the examination next ensuing, on application and the payment of the prescribed fee, and he shall be required to be re-examined only in the subject in which he receives a rating less than 75%. If the applicant receives less than 75% in more iJian one subject, he shall not be re-examined unless he presents proof, satisfactory to the board, of additional study in the basic sciences sufficient to justify re-examination. No part of the preparation of ques tions, the actual giving of the examinations or the grading of papers may in any way be delegated to any person other than a member of the board, or otherwise performed by any person not a member of the board. Section 16. Three members of the board shall constitute a quorum for conducting examinations. Section 17. The board shall issue a certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences to each of the successful applicants after examinations as provided in this Act. All examination papers and the answers thereto, to gether with the grading thereof, shall be saved for a period of two years, and imsuccessful applicants shall be entitled to photostatic copies thereof, upon payment of the expense of same, upon filing his appeal in the Circuit Court of the County where the examination was held, which appeal must be filed within a year of the date on which the results are announced. Any unsuccessful applicant who may feel aggrieved by reason of the conduct or action of the board in denying him a certificate of proficiency may appeal to the Circuit Court of the County where the examination was held and there obtain judicial review of the ruling complained of; but in every such case the burden shall be upon the applicant to show gross error, discrimination or other unfair treatment, the rulings and findings of the Board being in all such cases presump tively correct. Section 18. Each certificate of proficiency in the basic sciences shall be in the form prescribed by the board, imder the name and seal of the board and signed by its chairman and secretary. Section 19. Any person affected hereby who shall practice the healing art or any branch thereof without first having obtained a certificate or proficiency in the basic sciences, or who shall violate or participate in the violation of any of the provisions of this Act, shall be guilty of a misde meanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred ($500.00) dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one (1) year, or both such fine and impris onment It shall be the duty of the attorney-general and of the several county solicitors or state attorneys, where there is no county solicitor, to prosecute violations of this Act. Section 20. CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES VOID.—Any basic science certificate of proficiency and any license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof, issued contrary to this Act, is void. Any licensing board which has issued a license on the basis of a void basic

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30 Florida State Board of Health science certificate shall revoke or cancel that license. The procedure for such revocation or cancellation shall be in accordance with tiie provisions of the Act under which such license was issued, authorizing the cancella tion or revocation of licenses generally. The certificate issued to any person by the state board of examiners in the basic sciences shall be revoked automatically by the revocation of his license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof. Section 21. FRAUDULENT LICENSES FORBIDDEN.—Any person who obtains or attempts to obtain a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof from any board or officer authorized to issue such license, without presenting to said board or officer a valid certificate issued to the applicant by the state board of examiners in the basic sciences, as in this Act required, shall be fined not more than five hun dred ($500.00) dollars or imprisoned not more than one (1) year, or both in the discretion of the Court. Section 22. ISSUE OF FRAUDULENT LICENSES FORBIDDEN.— Any person who knowingly issues or participates in the issue of a license to practice the healing art or any branch thereof (1) to any person who has not presented to the licensing board a valid certificate from the state board of examiners in the basic sciences or (2) to any person who has presented to such licensing board a certificate obtained from the state board of examiners in the basic sciences by dishonesty or fraud, or any forged or counterfeit certificate, shall be fined not more than five hun dred ($500.00) dollars or imprisoned not more than one (1) year, or both, in the discretion of the Court. Section 23. No provisions of this Act shall be construed as repealing any statutory provision in force at the time of its passage with reference to the requirements governing the issuing of a license to practice the healing art, or any branch thereof, but any board authorized to issue licenses to practice the healing art, or any branch thereof, shall accept certificates of proficiency issued by the Florida Board of examiners in the basic sciences in lieu of examining applicants in such sciences. Section 24. Should any section, clause, sentence or provisions of this Act be held to be invalid for any reason, such holding or decree shall not be construed as affecting the validity of any of the remaining portions of this Act, it being the intent of the Legislature that this Act shall stand and that the Legislature would have adopted the remainedr of this Act notwithstanding the invalidity of such section, clause, sentence, or pro vision. Section 25. All laws or parts of laws contrary to the provisions of this Act or inconsistent therewith are hereby repealed. Section 26. This Act shall take effect ninety (90) days after its pas sage and approval of the Governor, or upon its becoming a law without such approval. Became a law without the Governor’s approval. Filed in Office Secretary of State, June 12, 1939.

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Bureau of Narcotics 31 Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XVI AN ACT to Require the Registration of All Physicians, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Chiropractics, Naturopaths, Midwives and All Others, Prac ticing 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: 3398. 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, misrepresenta tion 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. 3399. That every person now lawfully engaged in the practice of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, midwifery and other medical and/or material systems of healing and every other person here after duly license to practice the same shall, on or before the 1st day of January of each year, apply to the Secretary of the State Board of Health for a Certificate of Registration upon a blank form to be furnished by such Secretary and shall pay at such time a fee of one dollar. 3400. 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 residence address, the date and number of his license and such other facts for the identification of the applicant as a licensed practictioner as may be deemed necessary and shall duly execute and verify the same before an officer authorized to take acknowledgements of deeds, and shall file the same with the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Registration subsequent to the first registration need not be upon the sworn application unless the Board of Health in particular case, for reasons satisfactory to them, may require that the application be under oath. 3401. That the Secretary of the State Board of Health, on or before October 1st of each year after the first registration shall mail or cause to be mailed to each person so registered a blank form of application for registration, addressed to the last known post office address of such Registrant. The form of such application shall be such as to contain space for the insertion by the applicant of the information required by the provisions of this Act. 3402 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

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32 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 and/or material healing art upon his application therefor, in accordance with the provisions hereof, a Certificate of Registration under the seal of the Board for the year ensuing and ending December 31st. 3403. Every holder of Registration Certificate granted hereunder, shall conspicuously display the same in his office at all times. 7703. 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 or not more than fifty dollars. 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, 1937.

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Bureau of Narcotics 33 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 standard colleges of osteopathy and surgery as here inafter set forth. (Ch. 12287, Acts of 1927, §1). 3418. License required.—It shall be unlawful for any person to prac tice osteopathic medicine and surgery without a license. (Id. t2.) 3419. Other schools of medicine, surgery and chiropractic not af fected.—The practice of medicine, surgery and chiropractic by duly licensed practitioners 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 hereto fore 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 hoard.—Within thirty days after May 26, 1927, the Gov ernor 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 ^e 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, secre tary 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 tiie 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 examina tion provided in this Chapter shall comply with the following require ments; 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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34 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 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 instruction in all 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 anti dotes, 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 of four terms of nine months each, its course of study to include the sub jects as follows: Anatomy (descriptive, regional, applied, surgical and dissection). Embryology. Chemistry (advanced to include organic and physiological chemistry and toxicology). Histology. Physiology. Bacteriology. Hygiene. Hydrotheraphy. X-radiance and electrical diagnosis. Dietetics. Practice of osteopathic medicine: (a) Principles of osteopathy. (b) Practice of osteopathy medicine. Therapeutics, to include dis eases of nervous system, alimentary tract, heart and vascular system, genitourinary diseases, ductless glands and metabolism, respiratory tract, bone and joint diseases. (d) C orrective gymnastics, physio-therapy.

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Bureau oj Narcotics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 35 (e) Acute and infectious diseases, pediatrics, dermatology, syphilis, psychiatry, diagnosis (physical, laboratory and differential) clinical surgery. 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 ex amination 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 medi 7. Diagnosis. cine. A knowledge of which is commonly and generally required of can didates 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 examination 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 exam iners may also in its discretion issue a license without examination to an osteopathic physician who is a graduate of a standard college of osteo pathy 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 fee as licen tiates 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 employ ment. (Id. §12). 3429. Privileges and obligations. —Osteopathic physicians and sur geons 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.

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36 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. R efusal and revocation of license.—The State board of osteo pathic 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 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 mis representations. 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 practising or attempting to practice under a name other than one’s own. 7. Habitual dnmkenness, or habitual addiction to the use of mor phine, cocaine, or other habit-forming drugs. The State board may neither refuse to issue, nor renew, nor suspend, nor revoke and 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 osteo pathic medical examiners. The State board of ostopathic 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). 3431. —Records.—The State board of osteopathic medical examiners shall keep a record which shall be open to public inspection at all reason able times, of its proceedings relating to the issuance, refusal, renewal, suspension and revocation of license to practice osteopathic medicine. This record shall also 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 hereinbe fore 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).

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Bureau of Narcotics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 37 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 the remaining parts of this Chapter, and said un constitutional 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). 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 misrepresentation. 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). CHAPTER 19066—(No. 71). HOUSE BILL NO. 419 AN ACT To Require All Persons Licensed to Practice Osteopathic Medicine in the State of Florida to Renew Annually Their Licenses with the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners; To Provide for the Conditions Upon Which Renewal of Licenses Shall Be Issued and Re quirements Prerequisite to the Granting of Such Renewal Licenses; To Provide for Notice to Be Given Licensees Under Said Board of the Pro visions and Requirements of This Act; To Provide for the Forfeiture of Licenses to Practice Osteopathic Medicine for the Failure to Comply With the Provisions of This Act, and to Prescribe Requirements for the Restoration of Licenses: BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. All persons who are now or may hereafter be regularly licensed to practice osteopathic medicine in the State of Florida shall, on or before the first day of January annually hereafter, renew his or her license and pay a renewal fee of $5.00 each year to the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners; provided that, beginning on the first day of January, 1941, in addition to the payment of such renewal fee, each licensee so applying for a license renewal shall furnish to said Board satisfactory evidence that he or she has attended the two-day educational program as conducted by the Florida Association of Osteo pathic Physicians and Surgeons, or its equivalent as approved by the Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners of the State of Florida, in the year preceding each such application for a renewal. The Secretary of the State Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners shall send a written notice to this effect to every person holding a valid license to practice osteo pathic medicine within this State, at least thirty days prior to the first

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38 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 day of January in each year, directed to the last known address of such licensee, and shall enclose with such notice proper blank forms for application for such annual license renewal. Every person failing to renew his or her license within thirty days after the same is due shall automatically forfeit his or her license to practice Osteopathic Medicine in the State of Florida but may have his or her license restored upon payment of a restoration fee of $5.00 for each delinquent year in addition to the renewal fee of $5.00 and upon presentation of satisfactory evidence of post graduate study of a standard approved by the Board of Osteo pathic Medical Examiners of the State of Florida. SECTION 2. 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 15, 1939. Filed in Office of Secretary of State May 15, 1939.

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39 Bureau of Narcotics Florida Chiropractic Law CHAPTER 9330, No. 212 AS AMENDED 1937 AN ACT to Regulate the Practice of Chiropractic; to Create and Pro vide for the Appointment of a Board of Chiropractic Examiners; to Define the Powers and Duties of said Board, and to Provide a Penalty for Violation of the Provisions of This Act. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Board: Qualifications.—There is hereby created and established a Board to be known as the “Florida State Board of Chiro practic 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, phy siology, bacteriology, pathology and symptomatology. SECTION 2. Board: How appointed.—The Governor shall within thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act, appoint three (3) Doctors of Chiropractic, who shall possess the qualifications specified in Section One (1) of this Act, to constitute the members of this Board. SECTION 3. 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 quali fied; thereafter terms of members of the Board shall be fo rthree years; provided that appointments to fill vacancies, which the Governor is here by empowered to make, shall be for the unexpired term. All appoint ments made by the Governor to fill vacancies on said Board shall be made in accordance with the provisions and requirements of this Act. SECTION 4. Board: Organization.—Said Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers shall convene within thirty (30) 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 meet ings of said Board in October of each year, as hereinafter provided, the said Board shall reorganize by electing said officers as above specified. SECTION 5. Board: Meetings.—Said Board shall hold regular ses sions for examinations at such places as the Board may determine, com mencing 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 called and held at such time and place as the President and Secretary-Treasurer may determine. At least thirty (30) 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 through out the State. SECTION 6. 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 dis charge of their official duties each member thereof is hereby empowered to administer oaths.

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40 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 7. Board: Licensing.—All Doctors of Chiropractic, practicticing in the State of Florida, when this Act becomes a law, and holding certificates to practice from the said Board, without paying any fee thereChapter 7821, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1919, shall be entitled to receive certificates of practice from the said Board, without paying any fee there for, providing application shall be made to said Board prior to January 1st, A. D. 1924. SECTION 8. (As Amended 1937): Applicants: Qualifications.—Any person desiring 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 (20) days prior to any meeting held for examinations by said Board and receive a certificate to practice from said Board. Each applicant shall be a graduate from an accredited high school and shall be a full-time graduate of a recognized chartered Chiropractic School or College which requires for graduation the completion of a four years’ course of not less than six months each and not less than four thousand (4000) hours’ active attendance in the same. The time spent in night or correspondence courses shall not be counted as part of said four thousand (4000) hours. Applications shall be made and signed in applicant’s 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 with diploma awarded to applicant by school and college in which such studies were pursued. Certificates of attend ance from the School or College from which he is a graduate, stating date of matriculation, graduation, and numbers of months and hours in attendance shall also accompany said application, with satisfactory evidence of good character and reputation. SECTION 9. 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 examina tion. The Board of Examiners may grant a license without examination to licentiates of Boards from other States who meet the requirements of this Act, and shall satisfy the Board that it is his intention to become a bona fide residence and practitioner in this State, and shall have passed the examination under Board where he was licensed, and a certificate from the Board showing that he is of good reputation and has practiced at least one (1) year in the State in which he was licensed. A fee of fifty dollars shall be charged for issuing a license by reciprocity. SECTION 10. Methods.—Examination for License to practice Chiro practic shall be made by said Board accirding to the method deemed by it the most practicable and expeditious to test the applicant’s quali fications. Examination papers shall be designated by number, and not by name of applicant, so that the identity of the applicant will not be dis closed to members of the said Board until after the examination papers are graded. SECTION 11. (As Amended 1937): Subjects.—All examinations shall be made in writing, the subject of which shall be as follows: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Bacteriology, Pathology, Hygiene, Chiropractic, Analysis, Chiropractic Orthopedia, and adjusting as taught by recognized Chiropractic Schools and Colleges. A certificate shall be granted to all applicants who shall correctly answer seventy-five per centum (75%) of

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Bureau of Narcotics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 41 aJi questions asked: and if any applicant shall fail to answer correctly sixty per centum (60%) of all questions asked on any one branch of said examination, he or she shall not be entitled to a certificate. SECTION 12. (As Amended 1937): Definition. —Any Chiropractor who has complied with the provisions of this Act may adjust three hun dred or more articulations of the body and all structures adjacent thereto, including the use of X-Ray for diagnosis, but shall not prescribe or administer to any person any medicine or drug included in materia medica, perform any surgery, except as hereinabove stated, nor practice obstetrics. SECTION 13. (As Amended 1937): 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 before the 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. All certificates to practice Chiropractic in the State of Florida, shall expire on the 30th day of September following the issuing thereof, except that any holder of any such certificate may have the same renewed from year to year by the payment of an annual fee of $5.00 to the Board. SECTION 14. Record of Certificates; Suspension: Revocation: Pro cedure: Re-issue of Certificate.—All certificates issued by the Board shall be in such form as the said Board may prescribe. Before any certifi cate is issued by said Board, it shall be numbered and recorded in a book kept for that 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 Board of Florida, and after due service of a notice in writing, re quiring him or her to prove to the satisfaction of said Board, that he or sh 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 certifi cate 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 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 any way is guilty of deception or fraud in the practice of Chiropractic, or has violated any of the provisions of this Act. 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

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42 Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW so suspended shall be notified thereof in writing, and shall be furnished with a copy of said charges, and shall for the hearing of said charges by said Board, which notice of the said time and place shall be also notified in writing of the time and place not 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 peronally 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 Board by 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 wliich 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 any decision of said Court, or of an appellate court, if any 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 man ner 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 shall be disqualified from practicing Chiropractic in the State of Florida. SECTION 15. Issue and Re-issue 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 any pertaining to the practice of Chiropractic, as defined and regulated by this Act. 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 Act stated, or restore 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 re-issue 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. SECTION 16. Recording of Certificates.—Every person who shall receive a certificate from the Florida State Board of Chiropractic Exam iners 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.

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Bureau of Narcotics FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW 43 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. SECTION 17. Disposition of Fees.—All examination fees received by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners under this Act 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. SECTION 18. Annual Statement.—The Secretary-Treasurer of said Board shall, within thirty (30) 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. SECTION 19. 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 Secre tary-Treasurer of said 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 Act. SECTION 20. 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 certifi cates 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 accoimts and such other books as may be necessary in which to record all the acts and pro ceedings of said Board, said books and records to be open at all reason able times to the public inspection, and subject to examination by the State Auditor. SECTION 21. Bond of Secretary-Treasurer.—The said SecretaryTreasurer 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 Act to the State Treasurer as herein provided. SECTION 22. 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 steno graphic work for Secretary-Treasurer, and in compliance with the pro visions of this Act, shall be paid in the manner as herein provided out of the fund of the said State Board of Examiners, and not otherwise. SECTION 23. Accredited Colleges.—The Board of Chiropractic Ex aminers are hereby empowered under this Act to pass upon the good standing and reputability of any Chiropractic School or College. In de termining the reputability 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.

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Florida State Board of Health FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC LAW SECTION 24. Board of Health Regulations.—^All licensed ChirO” praetors shall observe and be subject to all State and Municipal regula tions 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. SECTION 25. 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. SECTION 26. Penalities for Violations.—^Any person who shall prac tice or attempt to practice Chiropractic as defined in this Act, and in violation of the provisions thereof, 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 comply ing with the provisions of this Act, 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 discre tion of the Court. Each adjustment or treatment shall constitute a separate offense. Any advertisement or sign of whatsoever nature to induce the public to belief that one is a Chiropractor or practices chiropractice, 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 this Act. SECTION 27. Non-interference with other Methods or Science of Healing.—Nothing in this Act 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 having been thereto licensed to so practice imder any law of this State. SECTION 28. 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 the Act, and it shall be the duty of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board, under the direction of said Board, to assist said Prosecuting At torneys by furnishing them evidence of violations of this Act whenever they come into possession of same. The Board may employ an Attomeyat-Law to assist the said Prosecuting Attorneys in all prosecutions under this Act, or may employ an Attorney-at-Law to prosecute violations of this Act independent of such Prosecuting Attorneys. SECTION 29. If for any reason any section, provision, clause or any part of this Act shall be held to be unconstitutional and invalid, then that fact shall not effect or destroy the validity or constitutionality of any other section, provision, clause or part of this Act, which is not in and of itself unconstitutional or invalid, and the remaining portion of this Act shall be enforced without regard to the section, provision, clause or part so held to be invalid. SECTION 30. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the pro visions of this Act are hereby repealed. SECTION 31. This Act shall take effect upon its passage and ap proval by the Governor, or becoming a law without such approval.

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45 Bureau of Narcotics Compiled General Laws of Florida, 1927 CHAPTER XXI Naturopathy 3469. Naturopathy defined.—For the purpose of this Chapter natueropathy and naturopathy shall be construed as synonymous terms and are hereby defined to mean the use and practice of phychological, 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. Naturopathic practice employs, among other agencies, phytotherapy, dietetics, psycho-therapy, suggestotherapy, hydro-therapy, zone-therapy, bio-chemistry, external applica tions, electro-therapy, mechanotherapy, mechanical and electrical appli ances, hygiene, first aid, sanitation and heliotharaphy: Provided, how ever, that nothing in this Chapter shall be held or construed to authorize any naturopathic physician licensed hereunder to practice materia medica or surgery or chiropractic, nor shall the provisions of this Chap ter in any manner apply to or affect the practice of osteopathy, chiro practic, Christian Science, or any other treatment authorized and pro vided for by laws for the cure or prevention of diseases and ailments. (Ch. 12288, Acts of 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 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 naturopathy in the State of Florida as shall in this Chapter be prescribed and conferred 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 appointment. 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 suc cessors 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 con stitutional 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 naturo pathy, for which each member shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars. (Id. §4.) 3473. Organization and meetings of board.—Immediately after the appointment and qualification of said members, said board shall meet and organize. Said board shall elect a president, vice-president and sec retary-treasurer from its membership. Said board shall hold two regular meetings each year, one in June and one in November, at some con tent 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

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46 Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 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 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 administer 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 writing 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 tiie 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 naturopathy, wherein the curriculum of study included instruction in the following branches, namely: anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, hygiene and sanita tion, chemistry, diagnosis, symptomatology, non-surgical gynecology, midwifery, 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 demonstration showing his knowledge and efficiency in such branches, as may be deemed necessary and practicable by toe board. In the conduct of written examinations each applicant shall be desig nated by a number, instead of by his name, so that his indentity 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 ques tions 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 examinations and license shall be accompanied by a fee of twenty-five dollars to be paid to the secretarytreasurer, 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 toe 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 qualifications of the applicants practicing prior to the passage of this Chapter. No license shall be issued to an applicant unless the applicant passes a satisfactory examination. (Id. §6.) 3475. Temporary license.—The board may in its discretion issue a temporary license to an applicant, whose qualifications and moral fit ness to practice naturopathy may be made to appear to the satisfaction

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Bureau of Narcotics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 47 of the board, and said temporary license shall have the same force and effect as a permantnt license until the next regular or special meeting of the obard for examinations, and only until then, when said license shall become void. A temporary license shall not be recorded. (Id. §7.) 3476. Fees.—There shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer of the said Board by each applicant for license by examination a fee of twentyfive dollars, which shall accompany the application. The said fee shall be charged for issuing a temporary license, which shall include the fee for examination for permanent license. No part of any fee is returnable under any circumstances or conditions, nor shall this Chapter be construed as affecting or changing laws in references to license tax to be paid by physicians and surgeons. (Id. §8.) 3477. Registration fee.—A fee of five dollars shall be paid by every person practicing naturopathy within this State on or before the first day of May of each year after a license is issued to such person, for a renewal of said license. The secretary-treasurer shall, thirty days before May first, of each year, send to all licensed naturopaths in this State a notice of the fact that such renewal will be due on or before the first day of May. Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to require that renewals shall be recorded as original licenses are required to be recorded. (Id. §9.) 3478. Deposit of fees received; expenses; report of receipts and dis bursements.—^All fees received under this Chapter shall be paid to the secretary-treasurer, who shall forthwith deposit the same ,to the credit and for the use of the State Board of Naturopathic Examiners, and shall pay the same out only upon written order issued and signed by the secretary-treasurer and president of said board. The expenses of the board in carrying out the provisions of this Chapter shall be paid out of this fund and the remainder to be divided equally among the members of the board, and not otherwise. The secretary-treasurer shall, on the first Tuesday of October, of every year, file with the Governor of the State a report of all receipts and disbursements and proceeds of said board for the fiscal year. The secretary-treasurer shall be required to give good and sufficient bond in such amount and upon such terms and conditions as the board may require, said bond to be approved by the board. (Id. §10.) 3479. Recording license. — All licenses issued as hereinprovided, shall be recordeed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which applicant practices, and the date of recording of same shall be indicated thereon. Said clerk shall keep a permanent record of the same, and shall receive a fee of one dollar for each license so recorded. (Id. §11.) 3480. Observance of regulations by naturopaths.—Doctors of naturo pathy shall observe and be subject to all State, county and municipal regulations in regard to the control of contagious and infectious diseases; the reporting of births and deaths, and to any and all other matters pertaining to the public health in the same manner as is riquired of other practitioners of the healing art. (Id. §12.) 3481. Duty of prosecuting attorney to prosecute offenders against law. —It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney of the county in which person practices, to prosecute under this Chapter. Provided, however, that nothing in this (Chapter shall be considered as interfering with any person engaged in 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 naturopothic 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 in vestigate and make a personal inspection of the same is hereby author ized. (Id. §14.)

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Florida State Board of Health COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 3483. Powers of board.—The said board shall have power to admin ister oaths, to summon witnesses, and to take testimony in all matters relating to its duties. Said Board shall issue a licensee to practice naturo pathy to all persons who shall furnish satisfactory evidencee of attain ments and qualifications 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 registra tion of a practitioner of naturopathy may be revoked, suspended or an nulled, 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 conviction of any offense which, if committed within the State 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, narcotics 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 advertising; (f) Causing the publication or circulation of an advertisement of any modality by means whereby the monthly period of women can be regu lated; 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 of the annulment of registration shall be begun by filing written charges against the accused. These charges may be preferred by any per son 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, 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 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 phys ician may have the proceedings 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 nova before the circuit court, and thereafter the court shall hear and determine the guilt or innocence of the

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Bureau of Narcotics COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1927 49 accused, and unless the guilt of the accused shall appear beyond a reason able 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 forth with transmit to the clerk of the circuit court in which said accused is registered as a naturopathic physician, a certificate, under its seal, certi fying that such registration has been annulled and that such clerk shall, upon receipt of such certificate, file the same and forthwith mark such registration “annulled.” (Id. §17. ) 3486. Practicing without license.—Any person who shall practice naturopathy after his license has been revoked and registration annulled, shall be deemed to have practiced naturopathy without a license; Pro vided, 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 nat uropathy 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.) 7725. Practicing naturopathy without license; penalty.—Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice naturopathy or who shall use any of the terms or letters “naturopath,” “natureopath,” “naturopathic physician,” doctor of naturopathy,” “N. D.” or any other title, term or letters under any circumstances whatsOver, so as to mislead the public to believe that the person so using such term or terms is engaged in the practice of naturopathy, without having complied with the provisions of sections 3469-3486, shall be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hun dred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than thirty days nor more than six months or both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (Ch. 12286, Acts ,1927, §13.) 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 unlawfully 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 practioner 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 ot designate him as practitioner or 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. (Ch. 12286, Acts 1927, §19.)

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50 Florida State Board of Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1933 CHAPTER 15911 — (No. 54) AS AMENDED 1939 Chiropody AN ACT Defining and Regulating the Practice of Chiropody, Pro viding for the Examination and Licensing of Chiropodist, 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 medical, surgical, palliative, and mechanical treatment of ailments of the human foot or leg, except the amputation thereof, and shall include the use and prescription of local anesthetics. SECTION 2. On and after the passage of this Act, it shall be unlaw ful 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 Examiners, 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 CHIROPODIST WITHOUT EX AMINATION.—Within sixty days after the enactment of this Act, every practitioner of chiropody, who has heretofore been licensed and to whom an unrevoked certificate of qualification has been issued under Chapter 12197 otherwise 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, satisfactory proof that he or she at the time of ap plication is duly registered and licensed in accordance with the above mentioned Act and upon the payment of a fee of $5.00, shall receive in testament thereof, a certificate signed by the Chairman and SecretaryTreasurer of the said Board of Chiropody Examiners and countersigned by the Secretary of the State Board of Medical Examiners. All applica tions for registration shall be made upon blanks furnished by the Secre tary-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 Flor ida, shall be entitled to receive a license from said Board without exami nation. SECTION 4. REGISTRATION BY EXAMINATION.—Any person not entitled 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, a bona fide citizen of the United States and of good moral character, and shall make oath that he or she has not been con victed of any offense that would constitute a felony either in Florida or

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Bureau of Narcotics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 51 any other state or country, shall present a diploma from a Chiropody or Podiatry school which requires for graduation a course of study of at least three years, said school to be approved by the Board of Chiropody Examiners, and to pass an examination to be conducted by said Board in the studies of Anatomy, Chemistry, Dermatology, Materia Medica, Pathology, Physiology, Surgery and Clinical and Orthopedic Podiatry, limited in scope to the treatment of the foot and leg, minimum require ments for license shall be a general average in the said examination of seventy-five per cent in all subjects involved and not less than fifty percent in any one subject, and pay an examination fee of $50.00, which shall accompany the application to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Chiropody Examiners. Any applicant failing to pass requirements shall be entitled, within six months, to a re-examination upon the pay ment of an additional fee of $10.00, but two such re-examinations shall exhaust the privilege under the original application. Every person who has successfully passed the examination provided for herein and to whom a license has been issued shall not be entitled to practice the profession of Chiropody in this State until such person causes his name to be registered at the office of the State Board of Health at Jacksonville, Florida, and by registering with the Secretary of the State Board of Chiropody Examiners; and further that any such person must present (in person), certificates from the above officials, showing registration aforesaid before an occupational license may be applied for or procured from any City or State and County Official having jurisdiction of the is suance of occupational licenses. Any person who attempts to procure or does procure an occupational license in violation of the provisions of this Section shall be subject to the penalty provided for in Section Nine of this Act. The definition of the word “Chiropody” in this Act, is identical with the word “podiatry” and for all such purposes, they shall be con sidered one and the same. SECTION 5. This Act shall not apply to licensed physicians or sur geons in this State nor to surgeons of the Army, Navy and Public Health Service, when in actual performance of official duties, nor to the com mercial sale of the customary foot appliances in retail stores, nor to the sale under any circumstance of foot appliances and correctional devices for the foot made, designed, fabricated or manufactured within the State of Florida, when such appliances or devices have been approved by a physician or surgeon licensed to practice medicine or surgery in the State of Florida. 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 chiro podists, actively engaged 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 Governor on said Board of Chiropody Examiners shall serve for a term of one year, the second member ap pointed on said Board of Chiropody Examiners shall serve for a term of two years, and the third member appointed on said Board of Chiro pody 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

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52 Florida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 licenses shall be designated as licensed chiropodists and shall not use any title or abbreviation thereof without the designation “Chiropodist, practice limited to foot and leg,” thus indicating a limitation of profes sional 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 required by this Act, or for malfeasance in office and incom petency, or for unprofessional conduct. The Governor shall have the authority to fill any vacancy caused by 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 ap pointment meet at some convenient place in the State of Florida and shall then elect a President from their own members and a SecretaryTreasurer. The Secretary-Treasurer shall give to the Governor of the State 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 one annual examination in each year; said examination to be held on the second Monday in June of each year; said examination shall be held at such place or places as may be designated by the Board of Chiropody Exam iners. 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. (12) REFUSAL TO GRANT LICENSE; REVOCATION.—The license or registration of a practitioner of Chiropody may be revoked, suspended or annulled, or such practitioner reprimanded upon the following grounds: (a) That the Chiropodist is guilty of fraud in the practice of Chiropody, or fraud or deceit in his admission to the practice of Chiro pody. (b) That the Chiropodist has been convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction 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 the Chiropodist is engaged in the practice of Chiropody under a false or assumed name, or the impersonation of another practi tioner of a like or different name. (d) That a Chiropodist 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 the Chiropodist is guilty of untrue, fraudulent, misleading, or deceptive advertising; or advertising that he can cure or treat diseases by any secret medicine, or that he can cure a manifestly incurable disease. (f) The obtaining of a fee on representation that a manifestly in curable disease can be permanently cured. (g) That a Chiropodist is grossly ignorant, or incompetent, or guilty of willful negligence in the practice of Chiropody or has been guilty of

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Bureau of Narcotics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 53 employing, allowing or permitting any unlicensed person or persons to perform any work in his or her office, which under the provisions of this Act, can only be legally done by a person or persons holding a license to practice Chiropody, or of practicing deceit or other fraud upon the public or individual patients, in obtaining, or attempting to obtain prac tice; or of false notice, advertisement, publication, or circulation of false claims, or fraudulent and misleading statements of his or her art of skill or knowledge, or of his or her methods of treatment, or practice, or shall be guilty of any offense involving moral turpitude, or advertis ing professional services in a superior manner, or of advertising by means of a large and glaring display, light signs or containing as a part thereof, the representation of a foot, leg, or any portion of the human foot or leg, or of employing or making use of advertising solicitors or of free publicity press agents, or advertising any free Chiropody work or free examinations, or of advertising to guarantee any Chiropody services or to perform any Chiropody operation painlessly, the Board shall revoke the license of such person. 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. An accusation may be filed with the Secretary and Treasurer of the Board charging any licensed Chiropodist with any of the offenses herein enumerated. Such accusation to be in writing, signed by the accuser and vertified imder oath. (13) HEARING OF CHARGES AGAINST ACCUSED; FORM OF NOTICE TO ACCUSED.—Whenever such accusation as provided for in the preceding paragraph is filed, the Board shall set a day for a hearing and the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board shall transmit to the accused a true copy of any and all charges filed with him relating to such accusa tions, and shall notify in writing the accused that on the day fixed for the hearing, which day shall not be less than ten days from the date of such notice, he or she may appear or show cause, if any, why his or her license to practice Chiropody, in the State of Florida, should not be revoked. For the purpose of such hearing, the Board is hereby empow ered to require by subpoena the attention of witnesses, to administer oaths and hear testimony, either oral or documentary, for and against the accused and said accused shall have the right at said hearing to cross examine the witnesses, to produce witnesses in his defense and to appear personally or by council. The notice provided for in this Section shall be substantially in the following form: To_ Florida: You are hereby notified that charges have been filed with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida State Board of Chiropody Examiners against you as a practicing Chiropodist, in the State of Florida, a true copy of such charges being attached hereto, and that the said Board has fixed the_day of_, A. D., 19_, at the hour of_o’clock,_, in _Florida, for a hearing on such charges, at which time you are hereby notified to appear before Said Board and show cause, if any you can, why your license to practice Chiropody in the State of Florida should not be revoked. At the same time and place, the Board will hear testimony, either oral or documentary, both for and against you, relating to such charges. Dated at_, Florida. Secretary-Treasurer of the Florida Board of Chiropody Examiners.

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54 Florida State Board of Health GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 Such notice shall be sent to the accused by registered mail, directed to his or her last known mailing address, and the post office registration receipt therefor, or the post office registration receipt signed by the accused, or his or her agent, shall be prima facie evidence of such notice. (14) BOARD’S POWER TO REVOKE LICENSE OF CHIROPODIST. —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 Chiropody and call in the license of said licentiate upon a two-thirds majority vote of the Board; provided, however, that such suspended Chiropodist may have the proceedings of said Board reviewed by certiorari to the circuit court of the circuit in which said licenses 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 Chiropodist, 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 Chiropody 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 Chiropody as defined and reflated by this Chapter; the fee therefor shall be the same as upon the issuance of the original license. (15) RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY SECRETARY-TREASURER OF BOARD.—The Secretary-Treasurer of the Board shall keep a record book in which shall be entered the names of all persons to whom licenses have been granted imder this Chapter, the license number and the dates of granting such licenses and other matters of record, and the book so provided and kept shall be deemed a book of records, and a transcript of any record therein, or a certificate that there is not entered therein the name and license number of, or date of granting such license to, a person charged with a violation of any of the provisions of this Chapter, certified under the hands of the Secretary-Treasurer and the seal of the Board, shall be admitted as evidence in any of the courts of this State. The original books, records and papers of the Board shall be kept at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board, which office shall be at such place as may be designated by the Board. The said Secretary-Treasurer shall furnish to any person making application therefor, a copy of any part thereof, certified by him as SecretaryTreasurer, upon pajrment of a fee of twenty-five cents per himdred words so copied, the said fee to belong to the Secretary-Treasurer. (16) PRACTICING CHIROPODY WITHOUT LICENSE, ETC.—Any licensed Chiropodist who fails or neglects to register by January first

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Bureau of Narcotics GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF 1933 55 of any year as required by the provisions of Section One to Eleven 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 Chiropody diploma, license record or registration, or aid or abet in the same; or (b) Practice Chiropody 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 Chiropody under a name other than his own or under an assumed name; or (d) Falsely impersonate another practitioner of like or different name, and Any person who not being then lawfully licensed and authorized to practice Chiropody in this State, shall (a) Practice or advertise to practice Chiropody, (b) Use in connection with his name and designation tending to imply or designate him as a practitioner of Chiropody; 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 Chiropody shall be suspended or revoked, shall practice Chiropody, shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the County Jail not exceeding six months. (17) EFFECT OF PARTIAL INVALIDITY OF CHAPTER.—If any clause or section of this Chapter be declared unconstitutional, or invalid for any other reason, by any competent court of this State, the remaining portion or portions of this Chapter shall be and remain in force and valid as if such clause or section had not been incorporated therein. Approved by the Governor May 29, 1939. Filed in Office Secretary of State, May 30, 1939.

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56 Florida State Board of Health General Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937 (SENATE BILL NO. 154) AN ACT to require practitioners of every kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing arts to place and keep at the entrances of their offices or usual places of business words or proper abbreviations denoting the particular kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art they are licensed to practice. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: SECTION 1. Every person licensed under the laws of the State of Florida to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathic medicine, chiropractic, naturopathy, chiropody, pediatry or any other kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art, whenever actively engaged in the practice of same, or whenever holding himself or herself out as a practi tioner of same, shall cause to be placed and kept in conspicuous place at each entrance to his or her office or usual place of business, words or proper abbreviations, in intelligible lettering not less than two and onehalf inches in height and one inch in width clearly denoting the particu lar kind or branch of the medical and/or material healing art he or she is licensed to practice under the laws of the State of Florida. SECTION 2. Any person convicted of a violation of this chapter shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars or by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of not more than six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed in so far as they conflict with this Act. SECTION 4. 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 24, 1937.