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use of proprietary remedies sold under trade-marks issued by the United States
government, nor to any chiropodist or clairvoyant who does not use in his prac-
tice any drugs, medicines or poison, nor to any person practicing the massage
method, or Swedish movement cure, sun cure, mind cure, magnetic healing, or
Christian science, nor to any other person who does not use or prescribe in bis
treatment of mankind, drugs, poisons, medicine, chemicals, or nostrums.

§ 2. — Any person of this State who at the time of the passage of this act
shall be, or previously thereto has been actually engaged in this State in the
practice of medicine, surgery, midwifery, or any alleged practice of healing,
may, before the first day of October, 1893, file with the State Board of Health
duplicate statements subscribed and sworn to by him upon blanks furnished by
said board, giving his name, age, and place of birth, and present residence,
stating whether he is a graduate of any medical college or not, and if so,
of what college, and the date of such graduation, and, if practicing under a
license from any of the medical societies of this State, stating which society
and the date when said license was obtained, and also stating the length of time
during which said person has been engaged in practice in this State and how
long in practice elsewhere; and he shall also state whether he has been engaged
In general practice, or only in some special branch of medicine or surgery,
and if so, what branch. Upon the receipt of such statement as aforesaid, the
State Board of Health shall issue upon the receipt of two dollars, to the person
filling the same, a certificate of registration which shall state the kind or
branch of practice in which the person named therein is engaged.



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§ 3. — Any person who shall, subsequent to said first day of October, 1893,
file with said State Board of Health duplicate statements in the form prescribed
In the preceding section, showing that he is a graduate of a medical college
which is recognized as reputable by any one of the chartered medical societies
of the State, shall receive from said State Board of Health upon the payment
of two dollars, a certificate of registration, which shall state the kind or branch
of practice in which the person named therein is engaged or is to be engaged.

§ 4. — Any person residing in any town in another State which town adjoins
the boundary line of Connecticut, who at the time of the passage of this act
shall be actually engaged in such town in the practice of medicine, surgery, or
midwifery, or any branch of practice, may, before the first day of October,
1S93, obtain from the State Board of Health of this State a. like certificate of
registration, upon the payment of two dollars and upon filing duplicate state-
ments in the form prescribed in section two, which statements shall also show
that he is entitled to receive such certificate under the provisions of this section.

§ 5. — Except as provided in sections two, three, and four, of this act, no person
shall, after the first day of October, 1893, obtain or receive a certificate of
registration, as required by the provisions of section one, until he has passed
a satisfactory examination before a committee to be appointed for the purpose
by the State Board of Health, as hereinafter provided, nor until he has filed
•with said Board of Health duplicate certificates as aforesaid, together with
duplicate certificates signed by a majority of one of said examining committees,
stating that they have found him qualified to practice either medicine, surgery,
or midwifery, and any person filing said certificates shall receive from said
State Board of Health, upon the payment of two dollars, a certificate of regis-
tration which shall state that the person named has been found qualified so to
practice.

§ 6. — During the month of December, 1893, The Connecticut Medical Society,
The Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, and The Connecticut Eclectic
Medical Association, shall each file with the State Board of Health the names
of five physicians, and annually in the month of December thereafter, the name
of one physician practicing in this State, who shall have been recommended
by the respective medical societies as persons competent to serve upon the
examining committees to be appointed by the State Board of Health as herein-
after provided, and from time to time, in case any vacancy occurs upon any
of said examining committees the president of the respective society shall
nominate and the State Board of Health shall appoint such person to fill said
vacancy.

§ 7. — In the month of January, 1894, the State Board of Health shall appoint
three examining comniittees, each consisting of five physicians, which com-
mittees shall severally be composed wholly of the persons nominated by one
of the said medical societies respectively, as aforesaid. One of the members
of each of said committees shall be appointed for one year, one for two years,
one for three years, on& for four years, and one for five years. Thereafter, in
the month of January in each year, the State Board of Health shall appoint one
member of each of said committees, who shall have been nominated for such
office as aforesaid, to serve five years; and said beard shall in the same manner
fill any vacancy occurring at any time in any of said committees.

§ 8. — The State Board of Health shall designate when and where said com-
mittees shall hold said examinations, but shall call a meeting of a com-
mittee within thirty days after receipt of application for examination by it.
Applicants to practice medicine or surgery shall be examined in anatomy,
physiology, medical chemistry, obstetrics, hygiene, surgery, pathology, diag-
nosis, and therapeutics, including practice of materia medica. Each com-
mittee shall frame its own questions and conduct its examinations in writing,
and both questions and answers shall be placed on flic with the State Board of
Health. Each applicant shall have the right to choose which of the three
committees shall be the one by whom he shall be examined; but before taking
such examination he shall pay to the committee their expenses, not exceeding,
however, the sum of ten dollars. An applicant, after hiving been rsjected by
any of said examining committtees, shall not be eligible to examination by
another committee of examination until after the expiration of twelve months.
§ 9. — Upon the receipt of any duplicate statements as hereinbefore pro-



880 MEDICAL LAWS OP CONNECTICUT.

vided, the State Board of Health shall transmit one of said duplicate state-
ments, together with a duplicate of the certificate of registration in each case,
to the town clerk of the town wherein the person so filing said statement
resides; and in case such person does not reside in the State of Connecticut,
then the State Board of Health shall transmit said statement and certificate
to the town clerk of the town in this State nearest to the place of residence
of such person; and said town clerk shall record the same In books to be
provided for that purpose by the State Board of Health, and shall then return
the same to the person who filed the same with the Board of Health ; and
said town clerk shall receive for such recording a fee of twenty-five cents, to be
paid by the State Board of Health out of the amount so paid to it as aforesaid.

§ 10. — The secretary of each of said medical societies shall file with the
secretary of the State Board of Health a list of medical colleges or institutions
recognized as legal and reputable by his society; or all of such secretaries may
agree upon a single list; and such list or lists may be corrected from time
to time as may be necessary.

§ 11. — Every person violating any of the provisions of section one of this
act shall be deemed guilty of a misdeameanor, and on conviction shall be pun-
ished by a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than three hundred
dollars for the first offense, and for each subsequent offense by a fine of not less
than two hundred nor more than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in
the county jail for not less than thirty nor more than ninety days, or by both
such fine and imprisonment; the fine,, when collected, shall be paid one-half
to the person or corporation making the complaint, and the other half to the
State Board of Health.

§ 12. — Any person who shall swear to any false statement contained in any
statement required by this act to be filed with the State Board of Health, shall
be deemed guilty of perjury and be punished accordingly.

§ 13.— The State Board of Health may, from time to time, appoint one of its
number, or a person not a member of its board, to discharge the clerical duties
imposed by this act upon said board, and may fix a salary therefor, to be paid
only out of the fees and penalties received under the provisions of this act.

§ 14.— Sections 3,006, 3,007 and 3,008 of the general statutes are hereby re-
pealed, but nothing herein shall be construed to repeal or affect any of tho
provisions of any private charter.

§ 15. — The provisions of this bill shall not apply to licensed pharmacists.

§ 16. — All physicians or surgeons practicing under the provisions of this
act shall, when requested, write a duplicate of their prescriptions in the English
language. Any person who shall violate the requirements of this section shall
pay a fine of not less than ten dollars of each and every offense.

Approved, May 25, 1893.

AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, SURGERY AND

MIDWIFERY.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives In General Assembly
convened :

No person, after the passage of this act, shall obtain or receive a certificate
of registration, a3 required by the provisions of Chapter CLVIII. ,_of the public
acts of 1893, until he has passed a satisfactory examination before one of the
examining committees, appointed for the purpose under the provisions of the
said act, nor until he has complied with the other provisions of said act.

Approved, May 25, 1897.

CHAPTER 134.— AN ACT CONCERNING CERTIFICATES OF DEATH.

Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General
Assembly convened:

§ 1. — Section 104 of the general statutes as amended by section one of
chapter CLV. of the public acts of 1893 is hereby amended to read as follows:
It shall be the duty of the physician in last attendance upon a person In
his last sickness, within twenty-four hours after the death of such person,



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or a medical examiner, In cases of which he has cognizance after he is pre-
pared to make his report, to maice out a certificate upon a blank furnished
by the State Board of Health, stating therein the full name of the deceased,
the cause or causes of death, and the duration of disease, if known; and
said physician shall provide that such certificate may be obtained at his
office upon application therefor. In case no physician attended such de-
ceased person, or in case of the inability of the attending physician by
reason of sickness, death, or absence, to make out such certificate, a near
relative may procure such certificate from the health officer of the town in
which such person died. Said certificate, together with the undertaker's
certificate herein provided for, shall be deposited with the registrar of the
town in which said person died, to obtain a permit for burial or removal as
provided in sections two and three of chapter CLV. of the public acts of 1893.
The undertaker or person in charge of the burial of the deceased person
shall make out a certificate upon a blank furnished by the State Board of
Health stating therein the full name of the deceased; the place of death,
including street and number and ward, if any; the number of families In
the house, if tenement; residence at time of death; occupation; condition
(single, married, divorced, or widowed, and if a wife or widow, of whom) ;
date of birth; sex; color; birthplace; father's name in full; father's birth-
place; mother's full maiden name; mother's birthplace; place of burial; and
from whom he received the information. Every person having In charge
and preparing for burial the body of any deceased person who shall have
died from cholera, yellow fever, diphtheria, membranous croup, typhus fever,
typhoid fever, scarlet fever, measles, leprosy, smallpox, or other pestilential
disease, shall, where the same has not already been done, disinfect said body
in accordance with the method which may be, from time to time, prescribed
by the State Board of Health, or inclose it in an air-tight coflBn or case, her-
metically sealed, and shall give to said registrar a certificate signed and
sworn to by him stating that said body has been disinfected or inclosed as
herein provided. Any person who shall violate any provision of this act, or
who shall knowingly sign a false certificate, shall be fined not more than
twenty-five dollars.

§ 2. — This act shall take effect from its passage.

Approved, June 11, 1901.

CHAPTER 135.— AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE,
SURGERY, AND MIDWIFERY.

Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives In General
Assembly convened:

§ 1.— Section eight of chapter CLVIII.of the public acts of 1893 is hereby
amended to read as follows: The said examining committees shall hold three
regular examinations in each year, as follows: one on the second Tuesday of
March, one on the second Tuesday of July, and one on the second Tuesday
of November, at such places as they may designate, and such additional
meetings and at such places as they shall determine. Applicants to practice
medicine or surgery shall be examined in anatomy, physiology, medical
chemistry, obstetrics, hygiene, surgery, pathology, diagnosis, and therapeutics.
Including practice and materia medica. Each committee shall frame its own
questions and conduct its examinations in writing, and both questions and
answers shall be placed on file with the State Board of Health. Each appli-
cant shall have the right to choose which of the three committees shall be
the one by whom he shall be examined ; but before taking such examination
he shall pay to the committee the sum of fifteen dollars, provided, however,
that the fee for examination in midwifery alone shall be ten dollars. An
applicant, after having been rejected by any of said examining committees,
shall not be eligible to examination by another committee of examination
until after the expiration of twelve months.

§ 2.— Section one of chapter CLXXXVII. of the public acts of 1897 is hereby
amended by adding at the end of the section the following: " And no per-
son shall be eligible to said examination until he presents evidence to the



882 MEDICAL LAWS ( F CONNECTICLT.

examining committee by whom he is to be examined, satisfactory to said
committee, that he has received a diploma from some legally incorporated
medical college," so that it shall read as follows: No person, after the pas-
sage of this act, shall obtain or receive a certificate of registration as re-
quired by the provisions of chapter CLVIII. of the public acts of 1893, until
he has passed a satisfactory examination before one of the examining com-
mittees appointed for the purpose under the provisions of said act, nor until
he has complied with the other requirements of said act; and no person shall
be eligible to said examination until he presents evidence to the examining
committee by whom he is to be examined, satisfactory to said committee,
that he has received a diploma from some legally incorporated medical college.

§ 3. — The secretary of the State Board of Health, upon the written request
of all of the members of any one of the examining committees provided for
by chapter CLVIII. of the public acts of 1893, shall have authority to revoke
and cancel the certificate of registration of any person convicted of any crime
in the practice of his professional business, or convicted of a felony; provided,
however, that no one of the examining committees shall have the right to
request the revocation and cancellation of a certificate granted upon the ex-
amination of any one of the other examining committees.

Approved, June 11, 1901.

MEDICAL EXAMINING COMMITTEES, UNDER THE MEDICAL
PRACTICE ACT OF CONNECTICUT.

REGULAR.— Horace S. Fuller, Hartford; Charles A. Tuttle, New Haven;
Walter L. Barber, Waterbury; J. F. Calif, Middletown, and John W.
Wright, Bridgeport.

HOMEOPATHIC— E. B. Hooker, Hartford; Charles E. Sandford, Bridge-
port; Harlan B. Cole, Hartford; E. H. Linnell, Norwich, and E. C. M.
Hall, New Haven.

ECLECTIC— Leonard Bailey, Middletown; Thomas Mulligan, New Britain;
George A. Faber, Waterbury; Henry Blckford, Hartford, and Thomas S.
Hodge, Torrington.



NATIONAL MEDICAL SOCIETIES
OF AMERICA.



The New York State Medical Association,

Medical Directory of New York,

New Jersey and Connecticut,

64 Madison Avenue,

New York.



September, 1901.

Dear Doctor :

If on examining" the Directory you
find that any errors or omissions have been
made in the record of your professional or
other data, kindly notify us at once as prepara-
tions are already under way for the fourth
volume of the book, which it is expected will
be published September 15, 1902.

The Committee, in trying to perfect the
book this year, have necessarily spent a great
deal of money and time on it, and we hope
that you will show your appreciation of our
efforts by showing your copy of the book to
some of your professional and pharmaceutical
friends, advising them to order copies them-
selves.

Please don't put this 'duty off to some future
occasion, but attend to it at once.
Fraternally yours.

Publication Committee.



]S^ATIONAL MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF
AMEEICA.

•signifies that no reply has been received In response to request for informa-
tion.

AMERICAN MEDICAIi ASSOCIATION.

Next Annual Meeting at Saratoga Springs, N.Y., June 10-13, 1902.

GENERAL OFFICERS.

PRESIDENT.— John Allan Wyeth, 19 W. Soth St., New York. ;. "

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT.— Alonzo Garcelon, Maine.

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT.— A. J. Stone, Minnesota.

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT.— A. F. Jonas, Nebraska.

FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT.— James A. Dibrell, Arkansas.

SECRETARY.— George H. Simmons, 61 Market St., Chicago.

TREASURER.— Henry P. Newman, 100 Washington St., Chicago.

LIBRARIAN.— Geo. W. Webster, Illinois.

CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.— G. F. Comstock, Sara-
toga Springs, N. Y.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES.— E. E. Montgomery, Philadelphia, 1902; H. L. E.
Johnson, Washington, D. C, 1902, Secretary; Joseph M. Mathews, Louisville,
Ky., 1902; Miles F. Porter, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1908; E. Fletcher Ingals,
Chicago, 1903; W. L. Rodman, Philadelphia, 1903; W. W. Grant, Denver,
1904; John F. Fulton, St. Paul, Minn., 1904; T. J. Happel, President, Trenton,
Tenn., 1904.

JUDICIAL COUNCIL.— Term expires 1902: J. D. Griffith, Missouri; P. H.
Bailhache, Marine-Hospital Service; J. E. Cook. Ohio; J. P. Lewis^
Kansas; F. H. Wiggin, Secretary, 55 W. 36th St., New York; J. W. Irwin,
Kentucky; Walter Wyman, District of Columbia. Term expires 1903: James R.
Guthrie, Iowa; G. B. Gillespie, Tennessee; R. C. Moore, Nebraska; Ida J.
Heiberger, District of Columbia; John B. Roberts, Pennsylvania; Charles S.
Rodman, Waterbury, Connecticut, Chairman; S. L. Jepson, West Virginia.
Term expires 1904: George Cook, New Hampshire; H. H. Grant, Kentucky;
John B. Murphy, Illinois; Philip Marvel, New Jersey; Louis H. Taylor, Pennsyl-
vania; John L. Dawson, South Carolina; N. Fred Essig, Washington.

ORATION IN MEDICINE.— Frank Billings, Chicago.

ORATION IN SURGERY.— Harry M. Sherman, San Francisco, Cal.

ORATION IN STATE MEDICINE.— J. M. Emmert, Atlantic, Iowa.

COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL LEGISLATION.— H. L. E. Johnson, Washing-
ton, D. C, Chairman; W. L. Rodman, Philadelphia; Wm. H. Welch. Baltimore.

OFFICERS OF SECTIONS.

PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.— Frank A. Jones, Memphis, Tenn., Chairman;
Robert B. Preble, Chicago, Secretary. Executive Committee — Frank Billings,
Chicago; George Dock, Ann Arbor, Mich.; J. M. Anders, Philadelphia.

OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.— J. H. Carstens, Detroit, Chair-
man; C. L. Bonifield, Cinicinnatl, Secretary. Executive Committee — A. H.
Cordier, Kansas City; W. E. B. Davis, Birmingham, Ala.; Henry P. New
man, Chicago.

SURGERY AND ANATOMY.— DeForest Willard, Philadelphia, Chairman;
James B. Bullitt, Louisville, Secretary. Executive Committee — ^W. J.
Mayo, Rochester, Minn. ; H. O. Walker, Detroit ; J. J. Ochsner, Chicago.

HYGIENE AND SANITARY SCIENCE.— Arthur R. Reynolds, Chicago.
Chairman; H. M. Bracken, Minnneapolis, Minn., Secretary. Executive Com-
mittee.— W. C. Woodward, Washington, D. C.

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OPHTHALMOLOGY.— Frank Allport, Chicago. Chairman; C. A. Veasey,
Philadelphia, Secretary. Executive Committee— Casey A. Wood, Chicago; H.
V. WUrdeman, Milwaukee; J. A. Llppincott, Pittsburg, Pa.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN.— H. M. McClanahan, Omaha, Neb., Chairman;
Frank X. Walls, Chicago, Secretary. Executive Committee— H. B. Tuley,
Louisville; Edwin Rosenthal, Philadelphia; Samuel W. Kelley, Cleveland,
Ohio.

STOMATOLOGY.— A. H. Pock, Chicago, Chairman; Eugene S. Talbot.
Chicago, Secretary. Executive Committee— G. V. 1. Brown, Milwaukee; M.
H. Fletcher, Cincinnati; R. R. Andrews, Cambridge. Mass.

NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES.— J. T. Eskridge, Denver, Chairman;
F. Savary Pearce, Philadelphia, Secretary. Executive Committee— Frederick
Peterson, New York City; Hugh T. Patrick, Chicago; H. A. Tomlinson, St.
Peter, Minn.

CUTANEOUS MEDICINE AND SURGERY.— Henry W. Stelwagon, Phil-
adelphia. Chairman; R. R. Campbell, Chicago, Secretary. Executive Com-
mittee— W. T. Corlett. Cleveland; L. Duncan Bulkley, Connecticut; W. L.
Baum, Chicago.

LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY.— G. Hudson Makuen, Philadelphia, Chair-
man; J. F. Barnhill, Indianapolis, Secretary. Executive Committee — Emil
Mayer, New York City; C. R. Holmes, Cincinnati; J. N. Mackenzie, Balti-
more.

MATERIA MEDICA, PHARMACY, AND THERAPEUTICS.— George F.
Butler, Alma, Mich., Chairman; C. S. N. Hallberg, Chicago, Secretary. Ex-
ecutive Committee— Thos. Hunt Stucky, Louisville; Leon L. Solomon, Louis-
ville; N. S. Davis, Jr., Chicago.

PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY.— Frank B. Wynn, Indianapolis, Chair-
man; Joseph McFarland, Philadelphia, Secretary. Executive Committee — A.
Stengel, Philadelphia; W. S. Hall, Chicago; L. Hektoen, Chicago.



MEMBERS RESIDING IN NEW YORK STATE.



NEW YORK CITY,



Borough of Manhattan and Bronx.



Abraham Joseph H.
Adler Isaac.

Allen Charles Warrenne.
Allen Thomas H.
Anderton William B.
Appleton Mary.
Arnold Glover C.
Asch Jacob H.
Austin David P.
Ayers Edward A.
Bache James H.
Barnes George Edward.
Barrows C. C.
Barsky Joseph.
Barstow Donald M.
Bates W. H.
Beck Carl.
Bell Charles T.
Benedict Charles S.
Bermingham Edward J.
Biggs Herman M.
Bilhoeper Andrew J.
Bishop Louis F.



Bissell Joseph B.
Blasucci Ernesto S. L.
Bluestone Joseph Isaac.
Boldt H. J.
Boyd August Samuel.
Brannan John Winters.
Brickner Walter Max.
Brothers Samuel F.
Brown Samuel A.
Bryant Joseph D.
Bullard W. Duff.
Burgheim Leo.
Burkelman Arnold.
Burtenshaw James Hawley.
Butts Harry Hoyle.
Byrne Patrick J.
Campbell Jackson R.
Carlisle Robert J.
Carr William.
Carter Curtis B.
Carter DeLancey.
Carter Henry Walton.
Chetwood Charles H.



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Child Charles G.. Jr.
Claiborne J. Herbert.
Clark Joseph.
Cocks E. L.
Cocks George H.
Coley William B.
Concanon James Josepb
Coughlin John Henry.
Curran Martin W.
Curtis G. Lenox.
Dalton William R. Ingi
Davis Josephine G. .' .

Dawbarn R. H. M.
Deary Louis E. ^

DeGarmo William B.
Delphey Eden V.
Dench Edward D.
Denlg Rudolph.
Denison Charles Ellery.
Denison Ellery.

Dennis Frederick S. ' . .

Disbrow Robert N.
Dodin Henry A.
Dudley A. Palmer.
Dunham Edward K.
Eastman Robert Watts.
Eichberg Louis R-
Einhorn Max.

Elezarlan-Randolph Mackertick.
Erdmann John F.
Eynon William G.
Farrington Joseph O.
Ferguson Farquhar.
Ferguson James Alexander.
Fischer Louis.
Flint Austin J.
Foerster Francis.
Foote Sherman K.
Forbes Henry Hall. \

Fordyce John A. "^

Frank Isaiah.
Franklin David.
Frauenthal Henry W.
Freudenthal W.
Fridenberg Edward.
Fuller Eugene.
Gallant A. E.
Gleltsmann Joseph W.



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