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—Dr. Meade Clyne, Tucson, was recently appointed health officer of Pima County, succeeding Dr. Edward J. Gotthelf, Jr. Dr. Lewis H. Howard was appointed assistant.
—H. 74 proposes to create a board of barbers and cosmeticians and to regulate the practice of barbering and cosmetology. H. 23 proposes to regulate the possession, sale, transportation, dispensing or giving away of narcotic drugs. H. 36 proposes to authorize the formation of hospital districts to establish, erect and maintain district hospitals. H. 58 proposes to create a state board of registration in drugless healing and to regulate the practice of drugless healing, "except chiropractors and homeopaths." This bill has been recalled, by request of the introducer, from the
Medical News. JAMA. 1931;96(6):446-450. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720320046015