MARYLAND MANUAL. 71
BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS OF MARYLAND.
The practice of medicine in Maryland is regulated and applicants
are examined by two Boards of Medical Examiners, each composed of
eight members and appointed as follows: One Board by the Medical
and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, and one Board by
the Maryland State Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of
Maryland. (Bagby Code, Art. 43, Sec. 108.)
The following appointed by the Medical and ChirDr. Harry L. Romer, President Baltimore
Dr. Henry M. Fitzhugh, Secretary-Treasurer Westminster
Dr. W. Allen Griffith Berwyn
Dr. H. T. Collenberg Baltimore
Dr. Erasanius H. Kloman Baltimore
Dr. John T. O’Mara Baltimore
Dr. John E. Legge Baltimore
Dr. E. Paul Knotts Denton
Office, 1211 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md.
The following appointed by the Maryhand State Homeopthic Med-
Dr. William Dulany Thomas, President Medical Arts Bldg., Baltimore
Dr. John A. Evans, Secretary and Treasurer...612 W. 40th St., Baltimore
Dr. A. P. Stauffer Hagerstown
Dr. M. B. Hood Baltimore
Dr. W. C. Bode Baltimore
Dr. N. V. Wright Baltimore
Dr. Henry Russell Baltimore
Dr. Fred E. Hesser Baltimore
The function of the Board of Medical Exanminers is to determine
licensure of physicians, same to be secured by examination conducted
by the Board or through recognition of license issued by other States.
Two examinations are held, in December and June, each year in An-
atomy, Physiology, Medical Chemistry, Surgery, Practice, Materia
medica, Therapeutics, Obstetrics and Pathology. A f cc of $20.00 is re-
quired of each participant in the examination. Fee of $50.00 of lieen-
tiates coming from other States unless said State charges more when
fee is same as charged by said State, and fee of $10.00 for the prepara-
tion of transfer papers in the manner required by the State of which
recognition is sought.
STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS OF MARYLAND.
712 Union Trust Building, Baltimore, Md.
The Board of Chiropody Examiners, established under Chapter No.
173 of the Acts of 1916, codified as Section 364 of the Annotated Code
of 1924, is comprised of four members, to be selected by the Beard of
Medical Examiners of Maryland, three of whom are to be members of
the Maryland Pedic Association, and one from the Board of Medical
Examiners. The Board determines by examinations in Anatomy, Physi-
ology, Therapeautics, Minor Surgery and Asepsis, as pertaining to the
foot, the fitness of applicants for license to practice Chiropody in Mary-
land. The fee for examination is Fifteen Dollars and Ten Dollars for
license if applicants pass examination. Examinations are held in Janu-
ary aHarry L. Homer, M. D., President 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore
Harry P. Clifton, Secretary 712 Union Trust Building, Baltimore
William M. Lee 222 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore
Regina M. Benzinger 217 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore