It requires that no person shall practice medicine until he shall have received a license, and registers; that a Board of Censors shall be established in each Congressional District to examine into the qualification of applicants; the Board of Censors shall be composed of two sanitary commissioners, and if these disagree in their opinions about the qualifications, that the record of examination shall be forwarded to the Secretary of the State Board of Health to decide; that the examination of candidates shall be in writing, and that no discrimination shall be made against the applicant on account of the system of practice he may advocate; that applicants shall be examined only on anatomy, chemistry, obstetrics, materia medica, physiology, pathology, surgery, hygiene; the license fee shall be fifteen dollars and twenty-five cents; that the licenses when issued by the Board of Censors shall be registered; temporary license may be granted by the Secretary of the State Board of Health in the interval of meeting of Board of Censors but no longer; that physicians now practicing shall receive license without examination upon showing certain requirements; applicants for license making false statements shall be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor, and liable to be defined" to suggest, recommend, pi-escribe or direct for the use of any person, any drug or medicine, appliance or other agency; whether material or not material, for the cure, relief or palliation of airy ailment or disease of the mind or body, or for the cui'e or relief of any wound, fracture or other bodily injury, or any bodily deformity" for fee or reward, excepting females solely engaged in midwifery; that peripatetic quacks shall not be licensed; that judges shall give grand juries at every term a copy of this act; that to violate this act is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than There are many valuable features in this law, and we trust the people of Mississippi will give it that moral support without which As compared with our State law, it is rather complicated. It is developed either by direct extension of the suppuration to the brain without direct communication, and in connection with chronic suppuration in the middle ear. The centre in the spinal cord had been long accustomed to receiving impressions from the part, and still continued to refer the irritation to that part, although the part had been removed and no longer remained in connection with the centre.
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