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The following editorial from the Cleveland Press smacks strongly of the movement on hand by the Medical Trust:—
The conviction in Cincinnati of a Christian Science healer who was charged with having violated the Musgrove law to regulate the practice of medicine, probably marks the beginning of a crusade against irregular practitioners in this State by the Ohio Medical Board.
Dr. Charles A. L. Reed, the president of that board, lives in Cincinnati, and he has been taking an active interest in the suppression of the various forms of healing which are not recognized by law. In an address delivered at Lima the other day, "Dr. Reed denounced the Christian Scientists and other fad healers in an emphatic manner, and intimated that they ought not to be permitted to practise in the State. He was, nevertheless, magnanimous enough to say that most of these persons were honest in their convictions, and to admit that if they could prove that they were able to do good in the line of their professions they should not only be given the protection of the laws, but their names should be enshrined among the benefactors of humanity.
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Mary Baker Eddy
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