Another Point of View

ACCORDING to the report of the recent annual meeting of the Louisiana State Medical Society, considerable time was devoted to plans for securing restrictive legislation designed to place the healing of the sick under the exclusive control of the medical profession. The discussion of the subject was from a purely partisan standpoint, and this was to be expected; but it seems inconceivable that any one should have the hardihood to publicly advocate a descent to the low plane of "practical politics," in order to secure legislation upon this or any other subject.

The following is the New Orleans Picayune's report of the remarks of one of the members of the Society:—

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June 24, 1905
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