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Healing Arts Practice Act, D. C., 19B8- Continued. osteopathy requirements for present practitioners ________________ _ issue of licenses; for osteopathy and lIurgery; for osteopathy only __ _ chiropractic requirements for present practitioners_________________ _ issue of licenses, etc ______________ _ drugless healing requirements for present practitioners ________________ _ proof required ___________________ _ Issue of licenses, etc ______________ _ applications for licenses without exam- ination, by State licenses, etc____ _ proof required ___________________ _ of reciprocity of State, etc ______ _ issue of licenses, etc ______________ _ proof required'of applicants after exam- ination, as to age, character, and education ___________________ _ license deferred until graduated from a registered schooL _____ _ of graduation, training, etc., required under former law ____________ _ osteopathy requirements __________ _ drugless healing requirements ______ _ college education, etc., req\)irements for applications after December 31,1935 ____________________ _ midwifery requirements __________ _ suspension or revoking licenses by Dis- trict Supreme Court in equity__ petition to be filed;procedure _____ _ appeal allowed to District Court of Appeals ____________________ _ determination by District Supreme Court ______________________ _ forbidden acts; filing false evidence with commission _____________ _ disclosing identity, etc., to examiner when given a number, etc_____ _ allowing another to impersonate him to obtain certificate, etc ______ _ disclosing in advance questions, etc., for applicants _______________ _ allo~ng an~ther to impersonate him lD practIce __________________ _ imperBOnatin~ licensed person _____ _ altering, forgmg, etc., evidence with intent to evade provisions of this Act_____2 __________________ _ unfair rating, etc., of applicant ____ _ false swearing for evading, etc., pur- poses of this Act declared per- jury, and punishable therefor __ action if commission refuse license, etc _________________________ _ hearings, etc.; ~istance of- ______ _ District Supreme Court __________ _ revi.ewal by District Supreme Court, etc., if license denied _________ _ penalty for violations of Act ________ _ suspension, etc., of licensedperson con- victed of felony by Distric~ Su- preme Court ________________ _ injunction by District Supreme Court for unlawful practice of healing art _________________________ _ only after final judgment on merits of the case __________________ _ procedure; remedy additional to criminal prosecution, etc______ _ license requirements not applicable to Government surgeons, etc _____ _ INDEX. 3157 1334 1334 1335 1335 1335 1335 1335 1335 1335 1335 1335 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1337 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1338 1339 1339 1339 Healing Art8 Practice Act, D. C ., 1928- Faile. Continued. license requirements not required; prac- titioners under State, etc., li- censes, coming to visit specified patients, for consultations, etc__ 1339 visiting specified patients on their own behalf___ _______________ 1339 evidence of right to exemption to be filed; rf.Jgistry and certificate of___________________________ 1339 treatments exempt from provisions of Act; actual emergency ca.ses_ ___ 1339 massage, etc ___________________ . _ 1339 use of domestic remediesi ~onditio·.lS_ 1339 use of prayer, etc.; condltlons_ _ _ _ __ 1339 sale o~ drug~, etc., if refraining from dlagnoB~____________________ 1340 moneys received to be deposited as a special fund_ ______ __ __ _______ 1340 payment of expenses from; except of criminal prosecutions_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1340 present medical boards to deliver rec- ords to Commission on Licensure to Practice the Healing Art_ _ _ _ 1340 Board of Medical Supervisors to transfer balance to commission; use for expenses of the Act____ _ enforcement by District authoritiee___ _ criminal proceedings _____________ _ suspension of licenses, and injuno- 1340 1340 1340 tions________________________ 1340 annual report of commission, etc______ 1340 title of Act_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________________ 1340 disposition of matters pending before Board of Medical Supervisors__ 1340 criminal prosecutions_ _ ____ ________ 1341 inconsistent laws re~ed___________ 1341 Health Department, D. C., appropriation for sNariee _________ 667,1284 for preventing contagious diseasee___ 667, 1284 smallpox hospital, etc ________ 668,1284 assignment of bacteriologists _ _ 668, 1284 for isolating wards, Garfield and Providence Hospitals _______ 668,1234 for tuberculosis ano venereal dis- eases dispensaries _____ __ ___ 668, 1284 for quarters of clinics, including equipment___________________ 668 for disinfecting service __________ 668,1284 for drainage of lots; abatement of nuisances _________________ 668, 1285 for detecting food, etc., adultera- tions _____________________ 668,1285 for hygiene and sanitation, public schools ___________________ 668, 1285 for laboratories, etc ____________ 668, 1285 for dairy farm inspection ________ 668,1285 for enforcing food and drug viola- tions, etc _________________ 669,1285 for public crematorium, etc _ _ _ _ _ 669, 1285 containers, etc., for ashes of indi- gent persons _______________ 669,1285 transfer directed of marriage rec- ords to District Supreme Court_ 1285 for motor vehicles ______________ 669,1285 for child hygiene serville; welfare stations ___________________ 669,1285 deficiency appropriation for salaries, 1929________________________ 1693 Health Officer, D. C., directed to transfer marriage records in his office to District Supreme Court_______________________ 1285