Voice of the Press

The following concerning the bill above referred to appeared in the editorial columns of the Press Knickerbocker-Express of Albany, N. Y., on the 8th inst.

When the Bell measure, which proposes that persons not qualified as physicians shall be prohibited from prescribing remedies to sick persons, was first introduced in the legislature, the Press-Knickerbocker-Express denounced the bill as a drive at Christian Scientists. Subsequent developments have borne out our assertion. The Troy press apparently believes that the Bell bill is decidedly faulty. Without taking a decided stand in favor of either side the Press says :—

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