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To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association:
—Since the announcement of the passage of the ordinance in this city entitled "The Registering of Physicians, Midwives and Pharmacists," I have been flooded with letters from all parts of the country asking for a copy of the ordinance which I have been unable to supply, and consequently take this method of reaching the profession at the earliest possible moment with a copy of the ordinance, which is as follows:
Registering of Physicians, Midwives and Pharmacists, in the City of Mansfield, O.
—It shall be the duty of every physician, midwife and pharmacist practicing in the City of Mansfield, Ohio, to register in a suitable book prepared therefor by the Health Officer; which register shall contain the name, the street address, the college at which said physician, midwife and pharmacist graduated, and date of said graduation;
Holmes B. The Regulation of Quacks by Local Legislation. JAMA. 1893;XX(2):52. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420290026007
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