DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
S. 434, introduced by Senator Langer, North Dakota, proposes to prohibit experiments on living dogs in the District of Columbia. H. R. 1457, introduced by Representative Randolph, West Virginia, proposes to amend the healing arts practice act of the District of Columbia so as to provide for the issuance of temporary permits to practice the healing art.
MEDICAL BILLS IN CONGRESS
S. 227, introduced by Senator Clark, Missouri, proposes to amend paragraph IX of Veterans' Regulation No. 10 so as to define misconduct, for compensation and pension purposes, as limited to felonious misconduct. S. 400, introduced by Senator Thomas, Utah, provides for the organization and functions of the United States Public Health Service. S. 450, introduced by Senator Pepper, Florida, provides benefits for the injury, death, disability or enemy detention of civilians and for the prevention and
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1943;121(6):440–445. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840060058016
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