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—S. 11XX proposes that physicians practicing in cities or towns of over 5,000 inhabitants pay the state an annual license fee of $25, that those practicing in cities or towns of less than 5,000 and more than 1,000 inhabitants pay $10, and that those practicing in all other incorporated towns pay $5. Cities or towns of over 5,000 inhabitants are not to be permitted to exact an additional annual municipal license fee in excess of $12.50, and cities or towns of less than 5,000 and more than 1,000 inhabitants are not to exact an annual municipal license fee in excess of $5.
—H. 64, providing that nothing in the medical practice act is
Medical News. JAMA. 1933;100(10):745–751. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740100039020
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