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December 20, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(25):1599-1600. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480510039005

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The Central Iowa Homeopathic Society at a recent session passed unanimously a resolution expressing its dissatisfaction with the Iowa State Board of Medical Examiners on account of its course in complying with the law and examining candidates for license. It also included an expression of its opinion that a diploma should be all that is required. This shows from what quarters we may look for opposition to the present salutary registration laws, and is indirectly a very obvious reflection on the class of material turned out by the doctor-manufactories in which the said society is most interested. The special inciting cause of the resolution was a paper read by the Registrar of the College of Homeopathic Medicine of the State University on the "Present Status of Medical Legislation," and the resolutions, as the Des Moines News expressed it, suggest the import of his discourse.

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