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Maryland Manual, 1943-44
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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 Board of
Medical Examiners of Maryland, three of whom are to be members of '
the Maryland Pedic Association, and one from the Board of Medical
Examillers. The Board determines by examinations in Anatomy, Phy-
siology, Therapeutics, Minor Surgery and Asepsis, as pertaining to
the foot, the fitness of applicants for license to practice Chiropody in
Maryland. The fee for examination is Fifteen Dollars and Ten Dollars
for license if applicants pass examination. Examinations are held in
January and July.


Chapter 501..Acts of 1941.

Dr. Kermit F. Smith 1946 Silver Spring
Dr.. Arthur N. Golladay 1945 Cumberland
Dr. Edgar H. Northam. ....... ..1944. ................. Baltimore

There is hereby created and established a board to be known by
the name and style of State Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and
said board shall be composed of three resident course graduated
practicing Chiropractors of integrity and ability, who shall be resi-
dents of the State of Maryland and who shall have practiced Chiro-
practic in the State for a period of at least five consecutive years.
No two members of said board shall be graduates of the same school
or college of Chiropractic.

The Governor shall within thirty days after the taking effect of
this Act appoint three Chiropractors, who shall possess the qualifi-
cations specified. Said members shall be so classified by the Governor
that the term of office of one shall expire in one year, one in two
years, and one in three years from the date of appointment. Annually
thereafter the Governor shall appoint one member from a list of five
names, including the incumbent member, which list has been sub-
mitted to him by the Md. Chiropractic Assn., and said member shall
serve for a term of three years. The names of those appointed shall
be licensed practitioners.


33 S. Centre Street

Name of Examiners Term Expires Postoffice
Evelyn C. Luke 1946 Hagerstown
L. A. Winokur 1946 Baltimore
W. H. Waugaman, Secretary 1945 Cumberland
H. D. Shellenberger 1945 Baltimore
W. S. Heatwole 1945 Salisbury

The Governor appoints five from a full list of members in good
standing of the Maryland Osteopathic Association, two for 1 year,
two for 2 years, and one for 3 years, and as these terms expire the
successor is appointed for 3 years from the first day of June. (Ch.


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