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June 8, 1935

Medical News

JAMA. 1935;104(23):2101-2106. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760230049017

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Bills Introduced.—  H. 496, seeking to amend the workmen's compensation act, among other things, proposes to require an employer to furnish medical and surgical treatment to a worker disabled in an industrial accident during the first ninety days (rather than sixty days) of disability and to raise the employer's liability for such services to $300, rather than $100, as the present law provides. H. 479, to amend the workmen's compensation act, proposes to require an employer to furnish medical and surgical treatment to a worker disabled in an industrial accident, during the first four months of disability, and to raise the employer's liability for such services to $300. H. 448 proposes to create a board of chiropody examiners and to regulate the practice of chiropody, which the bill defines as the medical, surgical, electrical, mechanical and manipulative treatment of ailments of the human foot.

ARKANSAS 

District Meetings.—  The Third

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