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The Governor of Illinois, the Hon. John R. Tanner, has interposed his veto between the osteopathy bill and the public. The bill had slipped through the Senate unnoticed and unopposed. Some stir was made in opposition in the House, but there was not sufficient time to organize the profession, and the bill passed the House by a vote of 82 to 43.
The following members of the House of Representatives voted for the bill; let the profession take notice:
Anderson, Allen of Vermilion, Alschuter, Atchison, Avery, Bailey, Barnett Barricklow, Bartling, Booth, Bovey, Branen, Brignadello, Bristol, Buckner, Busell, Busse Robert C., Butler, Cochran, Compton, Conlee, Daugherty, Dewoody, Dickson, Dinnen, Edelstein, Ely, Farrell, Flannigan, Fuller, Funk, Galligan, Garver, Hammers, Hart, Houghton, Kilcourse, Kinche, loe, King, Kolstedt, La Monte, Large, Lathrop, Laub, Lovett, Lyon, McEniry, Merriam, Merrill, Metcalf, Montgomery, Morris, Murdock, Murray of Clinton, Needles, Novak, O'Donnell, Organ, O'Shea, Parrish, Perrottet, Perry, Powell
THE VETO OF THE OSTEOPATHY BILL. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(25):1197–1198. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440250039005
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