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(SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, con.)

law recognizes none ex

clusively (N. Y.)..... 392 1 legislature cannot prescribe that particular one is orthodox (N. C.)....

405 1 not necessary that board

shall have representa-
tive of each, or any
special school, as mem-
ber (N. C.)...

405 1
legislature cannot estab-
lish State system (N.
C.)...

406 3 legislature cannot dis

criminate against (O.) 416 1 every school need not be

represented on board
(O.).

417 2 board cannot determine

which is right
(Pa.).

449 2 (R. I.).

408 2 board may be composed

solely of allopaths
(Tex.).

489 2 legislature cannot dis

criminate (Wash.)... 516 1 Washington statute does

not discriminate... 516 2 what is (Wis.). .. 527 3 measure of responsibility

of clairvoyant (Wis.) 534 3 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. See

also ALLOPATHIC, Homeo-
PATHIC, ECLECTIC, BOTAN-
IC, THOMPSONIAN, HYDRO-
PATHIC, OSTEOPATHY,

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(SLANDER, con.)

proving that plaintiff

is a physician (Gr. Br.) 555 physician registered in

Great Britain, unregis-
tered in Ontario, can-
not sue for slander
against him profes-
sionally in Ontario
(Ont.). .

636 SLANDER.

See also LIBEL.
SOCIETIES. See MEDICAL So-

CIETIES.
SOCIETY OF APOTHECARIES.

See APOTHECARIES' COM

PANY.
SOJOURNER, defined (Pa.)... 455
SPECIALISTS--are practition-

ers of medicine, within
the meaning of the

statutes (D. C.)...... 216 travelling from place to

place--who are (Tex.) 496 SPECTACLES, fitting them is

not practising medicine,
nor treating physical ail-
ment (Ill.). .

240 SPECTACLES. See OCULIST. STANDARD OF EDUCATION

sufficiently high under

British law (Gr. Br.). 547 remedy for deterioration

in College (Gr. Br.). .. 547 STANDARD EDUCATION.

See STANDARD OF QUALIFI

CATION.
STANDARD OF QUALIFICA-

TION—legislature has
power to prescribe
(Cal.)...

195 existing practitioners, or

practitioners for num-
ber of years' may be
treated by legislature

as competent (Iowa).. 260 one who is stubbornly

silent may be regarded

as incompetent (Iowa) 260 primarily within power

of legislature (Iowa). . 261 good moral character (N. Y.). .....

390 States making good mor

al character a qualifi-
cation (U.S.)..

390 may be made the same

for existing and future

practitioners (0.). ... 416 may not be varied to ex

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SCHOOL OF PRACTICE. See

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. SIGNATURE of license need

not be proved, to admit it in evidence (Ala.). .

182 2 SLANDER-unlicensed physi

cian not entitled to sue

cept one who is an

for slander (Ky.)..... 276 2 of homeopathic physi

cian by testimony of allopathic physician (N. Y.). ....

392 1 of physician who has li

cense but has not regis

tered it (Vt.). . 503 2 of physician whether

he must show he has taken a degree (Gr. Br.)...

555 2 of physician-method of

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honor to and is hon-
ored by his profession
(Tex.).

492 3 receipt of diploma, is pre

sumed from testimony
that physician is grad-
uate (Wis.).

536
certificates from those

not empowered (Gr.
Br.)..

545 1 partial license (Gr. Br.). 545 5 distinction between doc

tor, or bachelor of medi

cine, and licentiate. 546 2 sufficiently high under

British law (Gr. Br.). . 547 1 STANDARD OF QUALIFICATION.

See CONTINUOUS PRACTICE.
STANDING, OF COLLEGE-rules

for its determination
(O.)...

422 5
to be determined by
board (O.).

422

5 what constitutes indorse

ment by board (R. I.). 465 where determined by

statute, expert opinion

inadmissible (Tex.). .. 492 6 STANDING OF COLLEGE. See

REPUTATION, Good STAND

ING.
STATE, its power over medical

practice. See CONSTITU-
TIONALITY, LEGISLATURE,

POLICE POWER.
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH-

not a judicial body (Mo.).. 693 STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.

See BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
STATUTES. See CONSTRUC-

TION OF STATUTES.
STEAM DOCTOR--presumption

that he is not legally
qualified (N. Y.). . ... 389 2
within purview of stat-
utes (O.).

427 1 STUDENTS. See MEDICAL

STUDENTS, GRADUATES.
SUPREME COURT OF UNITED

STATES, its decisions on
medical laws ...

497 2 SURGEON-his right of recov

ery at common law(Ill.) 236 3 dentist not interchange

able with (Iowa)..... 263 2 may do within his pro

fession acts which a
dentist is licensed to
do (Minn.). ..

321

(SURGEON, con.)

distinguished from phy

sician and midwife
(O.)..

416 3 Hy. VIII, c. 11, still in

force (Gr. Br.). .... 542 having certificate from

those not empowered

to grant it (Gr. Br.).. 545 in England-in 1854 (Gr. Br.)...

551 his right to compen

sation (Gr. Br.). . 551 limits upon his right

of recovery (Gr.
Br.).

551
limits of his business
(Gr. Br.). ....... 551

556 when he may supply

medicines (Gr.
Br.). .....

556 degree of skill required.. 557 unqualified person may

carry on business
through qualified sur-

geon (Gr. Br.). ...... 557 may practise though un

registered (Gr. Br.)... 558 differentiated from phy

sician and apothecary
(Gr. Br.).

560
history of, in England
(Gr. Br.)...

564 differentiation from barbers (Gr. Br.).

564 differentiation from phy

sicians (Gr. Br.). .... 564 SURGEON. See also Physi

CIAN, SURGERY, HISTORY,
COLLEGE SURGEONS,

APOTHECARY, DENTIST.
SURGERY-essential part of

instruction at medical
college (Ky.). .

277
includes bonesetting, etc.
(Mass.). .

303 its relation to therapy (Minn.)....

318 licensee to practise medi

cine, may practise
(Minn.)..

322
is included in medicine
(Neb.)..

350 license act of a.d. 1511 (Neb.).

356 what it is (N. Y.). . 389 included in practice of

physic (Gr. Br.).. ... 542 powers of Royal College

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564 2 SURGERY. See also CHIRUR

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Tax-license tax in Alaska a local tax ..

183 on sale of liquor, not

avoided by license to

practise (U. S.). . . 190 municipal, cannot take

form of additional li-
cense to State licensee
(Ga.)...

224 on itinerants. See ITIN

ERANT.
Tax. See also LIQUOR.
TEMPORARY LICENSE al-

tered by physician, and
recorded as permanent,

no authority (Or.).... 444 void, when issued by

board having no power

to issue it (Or.)... 444 in Tennessee ..

483 only one can be issued (Tex.). .

490 a third temporary certifi

cate is void (Tex.) ... 495 TEMPORARY LICENSE. See

also LICENSE.
TERRITORY — license tax is

local, not federal
(Alask.). ...

183 validity of law (N. M.).. 383 TESTIMONY. See WITNESS,

PROOF, EVIDENCE, PRE

SUMPTION.
THERAPY, defined (Minn.). .. 318
THOMPSONIAN PHYSICIANS-

early privileges in Del-
aware.

211 in Georgia..

222 in Ohio.

418 THOMPSONIAN PHYSICIANS.

See also PATENTED MEDI

CINES. TRANSIENT, office, what is not (Pa.).

460 TRANSIENT. See SOJOURNER,

ITINERANT VENDER.
TRAVELLING PHYSICIAN-

what is travelling
(Tex.)....

496 considered (Tex.). . 704 TRAVELLING PHYSICIAN. See

ITINERANT, SOJOURNER. TURKISH Baths, not the

practice of medicine (Ill.) 240

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON-its

history (Gr. Br.). . ... 544 3 its Senate empowered to

choose member of Gen.

Med. Coun. (Gr. Br.). 544 3 UNIVERSITY OF Glasgow, its history (Gr. Br.). .

565 2 See COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. UNLICENSED PHYSICIAN

may be guilty as phy

sician of offence (Mo.) 334 1 may not prescribe or

administer patented

medicine (N. Y.)..... 389 1 may not recover for pre

vious services after

repeal of law (N. Y.).. 392 1 may not recover for pat

ented medicines pre-
scribed by him, though
he be patentee (N.
Y.).....

397 1 may not hold himself out

as physician (N. C.). . 410 3 may not escape because

remedy was proprie-
tary (N. C.). .

410

3 may be liable for mal

practice (O.)... 433 may not practise Chris

tian Science (Pa.).... 453 4 may not enforce agree

ment restraining li-
censed physician from

practice (Gr. Br.) .... 556
may carry on practice

through qualified as

sistants (Gr. Br.) .... 557 1 may recover for libel to

private character
(Ont.).

642 UNLICENSED PHYSICIAN. See

OFFENCE, SLANDER, LIBEL,
COMPENSATION, RECOVERY
OF COMPENSATION, WIT-

NESS.
UNPROFESSIONAL AND Dis-

HONORABLE CON

DUCT—what it is (III.) 2393 cannot be defined by board (Ky.)....

279

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unconstitutional which does not define it but makes it ground

of revocation (Ky.)... 279 1 not a mere violation of

professional ethics
(Minn.)....

320 4 not, for one school to

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WITNESS—-expert, though not

a qualified practitioner
(Ala.)...

180 not compelled to produce

remedy prescribed (D.
C.)....

216 incompetency of mem

ber of prosecuting so

ciety (D. C.)... 216 unlicensed physician

may be expert (Miss.) 329 those unacquainted

with particular treat

ment, as experts (Mo.) 694 whether expert must be

qualified to practise
(Neb.).

352 expert may be cross-ex

amined as to license
(N. H.). . .

369 value of testimony of un

licensed expert (N. H.) 369 unconstitutionality of li

cense law immaterial
to value of testimony
of unlicensed expert
(N. H.). .....

369 expert in lunacy case

need not be qualified

practitioner (Wis.) ... 536 failure to record license

does not disqualify as

expert (Wis.)... 536 expert may testify that

he is duly licensed
(Wis.).

536 qualification of expert

may be proved by
parole (Wis.).

536 graduate of medical col

lege may testify as

expert (Wis.)... 536 whether law authorizing

qualified practitioners
to testify as experts is

exclusive (Wis.).. 537
trained nurse as expert
(Wis.).

537 qualification of expert

discretionary with

court (Wis.)... 537 physician cannot prove

call and necessit for

his services (Que.).... 667 relative credibility of

accused and accuser
(Que.). ...

669 WITNESS. See also Evi

DENCE,

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D.

(UNPROFESSIONAL, con.)

consult with another
(Minn.)..

320 4 defined (Mo.)

694
illustration of what is not
(Mont.). ..

343 2 concealment of innocent

miscarriage is not
(Mont.). .

343 2 refusal to disclose name

of patient is not(Mont.) 343 2 whether refusal to give

incriminating testi-
mony is evidence of
(Mont.). ...

343 2 refusal to give incrimi

nating testimony is
not (Mont.). .

343 2 suspicious circumstances

are not (Mont.). ..... 343 2 insufficient complaint set

aside on appeal(Mont.) 343 2 to charge less than mini

mum fee fixed by so

ciety is not (N. Y.)... 391 2 revocation of record of

void license is not re-
vocation for unprofes-
sional or dishonorable

conduct (Or.)..... 444 3
use of diploma of another
(R. I.).....

467 1 not limited to matters

which can be investi-
gated in courts (Br.
Col.).

583 1 UNPROFESSIONAL AND Dis

HONORABLE CONDUCT. See
INFAMOUS CONDUCT, Dis-

GRACEFUL CONDUCT.
UNREGISTERED PHYSICIAN,

how he may use title M.D. (N. S.)....

631 3 UNREGISTERED PHYSICIAN.

See UNLICENSED PHYSI-
CIAN, OFFENCE.

VALIDATION, of invalid regis

tration (N. Y.).. 398 3

excuses offence (N. Y.). . 398 3 Vacation, is not excluded by

"regular, uninterrupted course” (Minn.). ..

319 VENDERS. See ITINERANT

VENDERS, DRUGS AND MED

ICINES. VIOLATION OF ACT, what is (O.)....

433 1 VIOLATION OF ACT. See also

OFFENCE, DEFENCE.

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FORENSIC MEDICINE.

THANATOLOGICAL.

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