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dollars to be paid at this time, no part thereof to be returned, but placed to their credit for the remainder of the examination yet to be taken. Diplomas of foreign colleges shall be accepted if course of four years' study has been required.
Examinations to be conducted in such manner that the name, school of graduation and preparatory training of applicant shall not be made known until his examination papers have been graded. Fee fifteen dollars, non-returnable, but secures a second examination in case of failure at the expiration of six months and within twelve months thereafter. Fee to be applied by said Boards towards paying expenses of said Boards. License shall be denied any applicant radically deficient in any essential branch. In case of failure applicant shall be credited with having passed in such branches as he has been found proficient in, and he shall not be again examined in said subjects. Persons receiving License shall register same in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the county in which he or she may reside or with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Baltimore City if said person shall reside there. Removal requires re-registration in the county or city to which residence has been changed. Penalty for practicing or attempting to practice without License, a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than two hundred dollars for each offense, in default of payment imprisonment in City or County Jail until fines and costs are paid, and debarred from recovering compensation for services rendered.
Boards shall report annually to their respective officer.
Boards shall elect their own officers and prescribe duties and compensation of officers and members.
Every person who was practicing medicine in the State of Maryland on or before the first day of January, 1892, shall be entitled to be registered as a physician or surgeon or both upon making application to the President of the Board in writing and verified by oath that the applicant was a duly qualified, lawful practitioner of Medicine in good standing on or before the first day of January, 1892. President of Board is authorized to endorse permit of applicant to be registered. Physicians of good moral and professional standing of other States coming into Maryland with intent to follow the practice of Medicine and Surgery in this State,
may be permitted by the Board of Examiners to take a special examination, the terms and methods of which shall be prescribed by the Board.
Any person unlawfully securing registration as a Physician shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars.
Any person shall be regarded as practicing Medicine who shall operate or prescribe for any ailment of another or who shall append to his or her name the letters M. D., or prefix the word Doctor or the abbreviation thereof, Dr., to his or her name.
It shall be the duty of Police Commissioners of Baltimore City and of the Sheriff of each county to see that all practicing physicians in the State shall be legally registered and report to the State's Attorney of the city or county all cases of violation of the law. Either Board of Medical Examiners may revoke any License it has issued, for the following causes: Fraud or deception in passing the examination, criminal abortion, condition of crime involving moral turpitude or unprofessional or dishonorable conduct. Appeal may be taken from decision of Board to the Circuit Court of Baltimore City or County, in which the party may reside. The respective Boards are authorized to license, without examination, applicants who present proper certificates of proficiency and professional standing at the time of application, issued by Boards of Medical Examiners of the District of Columbia and of other States, the requirements of which are of as high a standard as those governing the Boards of Medical Examiners of this State; provided, such Boards of such States or District grant the same privileges to Licentiates of the Examining Boards of Maryland, such applicants, however, being still required to furnish the same proof of qualifications required of other applicants.
All applicants must pass an examination in subjects named before the State Board of Registration in Medicine. Applicants must be over twenty-one, and of good moral character.
license will be granted without examination to graduates of reputable colleges of Medicine having at least a three years' course of eight months in each year or a course of four years of six months in each year, as shall be approved and designated by the Board of Registration in Medicine. The approved list will be furnished upon request. An examination is required of other graduates and non-graduates. Reciprocity is permitted.
MINNESOTA. All applicants must pass an examination before the Board of Medical Examiners and must have attended four full courses at a medical college recognized by the State Board, of at least twenty-six weeks each, no two courses being in the same year.
MISSISSIPPI. All applicants must pass an examination in eight subjects before the State Board of Health.
Examination necessary before the State Board of Health.
Diplomas from Medical School and examination before the State Board of Medical Examiners necessary in all cases. Reciprocity is permitted.
NEBRASKA. Every applicant must be a graduate of a Medical School in good standing, and must pass an examination before the State Board of Health.
NEVADA. Certificates are issued by the State Board of Medical Examiners without examination to graduates of reputable Medical Schools and Licentiates.
Every applicant must pass an examination before the State Board of Examiners. He must pay a fee of $10, be over twenty-one, have a good moral character, be a graduate of a registered college, academy or high school, or have an equivalent preliminary education. He must also have studied Medicine not less than four full school years of at least nine months each, in four different calendar years, in a Medical School, or have received the degree of Bachelor or Doctor of Medicine from a Medical School or an equivalent diploma or license in a foreign country. Recognition of Licenses of other States allowed under prescribed conditions.
NEW JERSEY. Every applicant must have a certificate or diploma, issued after four years' study in a normal, manual-training or high school, of the first grade, in New Jersey, or in an academy or seminary, or a certificate of examination for admission to the freshman class of a literary college or equivalent institution. He must have had four full school years of Medical study of at least nine months each, including four satisfactory courses of lectures of at least seven months each, in four different calendar years in a Medical School, prior to receiving the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Reciprocity with Maine, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, and Washington, New York and Pennsylvania endorsed.
NEW MEXICO. Graduates of the University of Pennsylvania, University of Missouri, University of Minnesota, Columbia, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Harvard and Yale are licensed without examination. All other persons must pass an examination given by the Board of Health.
NEW YORK. Three State Examining Boards. Every applicant must pass an examination, after showing that he has had a high school education or its equivalent, and has studied medicine not less than four full years of at least nine months each, in
cluding four full satisfactory courses and at least six months in four different calendar years. No reciprocity.
All applicants must pass an examination given by the State Board of Medical Examiners. Only graduates of Medical Colleges, requiring an attendance of not less than three years, are eligible. A license or other satisfactory evidence of standing as a legal practitioner in another State will also admit to the examination.
Examination always required. Applicant must have attended three courses of lectures of at least six months each.
Examination necessary. Applicant must have had a preliminary education equivalent to a four years' high school course or pass a preliminary examination conducted by the Board. Only graduates of medical schools are eligible. Recognition of Licenses of other States allowed under restrictions.
Application must be accompanied by proof of good moral character and proof of ten years' continuous practice or proof of graduation from a Medical College. Every applicant must secure an average of 66 2-3 per cent. in an examination before the Board.
Examination necessary before State Board. Applicant must submit affidavit showing actual time spent in study of Medicine.
PENNSYLVANIA. Every applicant must pass a preliminary examination or present a diploma from a College, Academy, Seminary, Normal or High School, a teacher's permanent certificate or a student's certificate of examination for admission to a liter