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December 26, 1936

Medical News

JAMA. 1936;107(26):2137-2140. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770520039017

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Annual Reregistration Due January 1.—  Every licentiate of the Arkansas Eclectic Medical Examining Board must register annually with the secretary of the board between January 1 and the last day in February and pay a fee, if a resident of Arkansas, of $2 and, if a nonresident, of $4. The failure of a licentiate to pay the required fee by March 1 automatically suspends his right to practice while delinquent. If he fails for three successive years to pay the required fee, his license is to be cancelled, and thereafter he will be reinstated only on such a showing to the board of moral character and professional qualifications as would entitle the applicant to the issuance of an original license and the payment of the same fees as are required for the issuance of an original license.


Plague Infection.—  According to Public Health Reports, plague infection has been

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