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Proceedings of the House of Delegates, 1900
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or university, who passes upon the qualifications of
graduates of any medical school, shall be elected to serve
as a member of either of said boards. In case of a vac-
ancy occurring in either of said boards, the board in
which such vacancy shall occur shall fill the same until
the next annual meeting of the Medical and Chirurgical
Faculty, or the Maryland State Homeopathic Medical So-
ciety, according as the board in question may be the rep-
resentative of one or other of said societies, when said
society shall elect an examiner to serve for the remain-
der of such unexpired term,

40 A. Each of said boards shall, at its meeting on the
first Tuesday in June of each year, appoint a secretary-
treasurer for the board, whose term of office shall last for
one year, and who shall be eligible for reappointment,
and whose duties shall be as follows: Within sixty days
from the time of his appointment by his respective
board, it shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Baltimore city and the Clerk of the Circuit
Courts of each county in the State, to furnish the secre-
tary-treasurer of each board a list of all physicians who
have been legally registered in such court. To all those
physicians who have at that time been practising in the
State without having been legally registered, said secre-
tary-treasurer shall send a printed notice of the section
of this Act relating to the duty of the Police Commis-
sioners in Baltimore city, and the sheriffs of the counties
in the State under this law. Within four months of the
time of his appointment, he shall see that all physicians
entitled to register shall have been registered, and that
the names of all those who are entitled to be registered
under this Act have been presented for prosecution
to the State's Attorney of the city of Baltimore,
and of each county in the State, in which the
accused respectively reside. Those physicians, who being
entitled to register under this Act, yet have failed to
comply at the expiration of this time—four months from
the election of the secretary-treasurer of the boards—
shall also be prosecuted, and no one after the passage of
this Act shall be allowed to practice medicine or surgery
without being duly registered, according to the provis-
ions of this Act. The secretary-treasurer shall keep the
official records of the board for which he is secretary, as


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