Proceedings of the Connecticut State Medical Society ...

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the Society, 1913
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Strana 87 - If not, all those in favor of the motion will signify by saying aye.
Strana 42 - ... giving his name, age, place of birth and present residence, stating of what medical college he is a graduate, and the date of such graduation, together with such other information as shall be required.
Strana 42 - Any person passing, such examination and filing said certificates and statement shall receive from the State Board of Health, upon payment of two dollars, a certificate of registration, which shall state that the person named has been found qualified so to practice.
Strana 40 - RULES FOR EXAMINATION. 1. Examinations will be held on the second Tuesday of March, July and November, at* the City Hall, New Haven, beginning at 9.30 AM, and lasting two days, closing at 4.30 PM of the second day.
Strana 305 - Scotland, of which he was president at the time of his death. He was also member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and of the Iron and Steel Institute.
Strana 41 - No person shall, for compensation, gain, or reward, received or expected, treat, operate, or prescribe for any injury, deformity, ailment, or disease, actual or imaginary, of another person, nor practice surgery or midwifery, until he has obtained such a certificate of registration...
Strana 42 - First. — Help of every kind must be removed from the reach and sight of the candidate. Any candidate detected in trying to give or obtain aid shall be instantly dismissed from the room, and his or her paper for the entire work canceled. Second.— Questions must be given out and answers collected punctually at the time •specified for that section.
Strana 41 - ... and, also satisfactory evidence that, before beginning the study of medicine, he was graduated from a college, high school, or preparatory school whose standing shall be approved by said committee, or that his preliminary education is equivalent thereto.
Strana 68 - I second the motion. THE PRESIDENT: Gentlemen, you have heard the motion. Are there any remarks? If not, those in favor of the motion please say "aye"; opposed, "no".
Strana 79 - Mm . . . there's so much to be done. And so little time in which to do it ... that one life is never long enough.

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