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Array     MEMBERS   AND   OFFICERS
OF THE COUNCIL OF THE
College of Physicians and Surgeons
OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
1899.
Dr. J. C. DAVIE, President.
Dr. W. J. McGUIGAN, Vice-President.
Dr. C. J. FAG AN, Registrar and Secretary
Dr. J. A. DUNCAN, Treasurer.
executive committee:
Drs. Lefevre, McGuigan, and McKechnie, with  the   President
and Registrar as ex-officio Members.
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL:
Drs. J. C. Davie, Jno. A. Duncan, C. J. Fagan,  0.  M.  Jones, J.
M. Lefevre, AV. J. McGuigan, and Hon. R. E. McKechnie.
SOLICITOR :    A. E. McPhillips
(OF THE FIRM OF McPHILLIPS, WOOTON & BARNARD.)
NfiW WEsfMiMsrElt;
Columbian  Print,   1899. REPORT Or EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Since the publication of our last u Register " an election foi'
members of the new Council has taken place, The retiring
Council has reason to be pleased with the result, the profession
having endorsed their aotion by returning five out of seven mem-'
bers of the old Council. One hundred and fifteen ballots were
cast and secrecy was maintained, as far as it is possible to maintain it, by a ballot conducted through the post. The Revs, A. SheL
drick. of New Westminster, and E, A, McLaren of Vancouver, acted
as scrutineers. The presence of these gentlemen confirmed the
general feeling of confidence in the authorities.
The Registrar handed over the ballots, sealed, to the new
Council: they have been returned to him, unopened, with instructions to destroy them after thirty days. This was done on
June 6th, in the presence of the Rev. A. Sheldrick.
The Auditor, Mr. John Anderson, when presenting his report,
congratulated the Council on their financial standing and bore
testimony to the accurate and careful keeping of the books under
the new system. A financial statement for the year was
ordered to be sent to each member.
The practice of the "unlicensed' has, as formerly, given
great trouble. When possible, action has been taken, with the
result that twelve  " irregulars '   have been driven to other fields.
The Council has heard of, with regret, the continued and
constant " counter-prescribing' of druggists. The matter is a
difficult one to deal with, even though the law is decided on the
question. The Council hopes that druggists will, when their
attention is called to the evil, weigh well their action. Such prescribing is simply a matter of routine or copying. The difficulty
and science is in the proper appreciation of each individual
case and this is impossible when a true understanding of
causation and sequilse is wanting.
The Registrar has received instructions to keep in force the section of our Act dealing with unprofessional conduct, and has
been asked to remind members that advertising in any form is
unprofessional.
Twenty-nine candidates presented themselves for examination during the year.    Twenty-four were ordered to be registered.
It is with deep regret we have to announce the death of
three members during the past year, viz. ; Drs. Duncan Eberts,
of Wellington; Edward Furrer, of Kamloops, and Richard R.
Sage, of South Vancouver.
Signed on behalf of the Executive Committee,
|      | fil    C. J. FAGAN,
Secretary and Registrar.
New Westminster, June 10th, 1899, The following resolution was passed at the last
meeting of the Council of the College of Physicians
and Snrgeons:
"That on and after January ist, 1900, the British
Pharmacopoeia of 1898 be recognized as 'official' for
British Columbia."
This was done so as to afford to members of the
Medical Profession and those engaged in the compounding of medicines one uniform standard and
guide.
It is expected that Druggists will, after January
1 st, 1900, regard all prescriptions, unless otherwise
specified, as based on the strengths of medicines
according to the British Pharmacopoeia of 1898.
It is proposed to supply members with a copy of
the 1898 Pharmacopoeia free of charge.
C. J. FAGAN,
Registrar and Secretary,
College Physicians and Snrgeons.
New Westminster, June 16th 1899. 1
PSI
For the information of those who are not acquainted with
the requirements necessary for registration as medical practitioners in this Province, the following synopsis is given :
1. Sub-sec. 0, Sec. 24, Med. Act, 1898, provides : The Council
shall admit upon the register any person who shall produce from
any college or school of medicine and surgery, requiring at
least four year' s course of study, a diploma of qualification,
provided that where the college or school of medicine did not
require a course of study of at least four years, but a post
graduate course has been taken which in point of time added, to
the college or school of medicine course, completes a period of
four years it shall be deemed sufficient; provided also that the
applicant shall furnish to the Council satisfactory evidence of
identification, and pass before the members thereof, or such of
them as may be appointed for the purpose, a satisfactory examination touching his fitness and capacity to practise as a physician and surgeon.
2. Sub-sec. [B], Sec. 24, provides that: The Council shall
admit upon the register every person mentioned in chapter 48 of
the Acts of Parliament of the United Kingdom, passed in the
49th and 50th years of Her Majesty's reign, duly registered
under the " Medical Act" [Imperial], prior to and inclusive of
the 30th day of June, 1887, upon complying with the orders,
regulations or by-laws of the Council, and giving due proof of
such registration, and that the person applying for registration
has not lost the benefit of the same by reason of misconduct or
otherwise.
3. Every person applying for registration under Sub-sec.
C, Sec. 24, Medical Act, 1898, shall, on appearing in person
before the Registrar of the Council and paying a fee to the
Registrar of one hundred dollars, be  entitled to be registered, on producing to such Registrar a certificate duly authenticated
under the hand and seal of the Registrar of Medical Practitioners in England, Ireland and Scotland, as the case may be
(or other legal evidence), that such applicant is a duly registered
Medical Practitioner, and that he was duly registered under the
(< Medical Act" [Imperial], on or before the 30th day of June,
1887. Such applicant will also be required to produce a certificate of good standing in the profession of Medicine from the
Registrar or other officer of the Medical body having jurisdiction where such applicant last practised his profession, and evidence by statutory declaration that he has not lost the benefit of
his said registration under the j'j Medical Act "(Imperial), by misconduct, or otherwise.
4. Sub-sec. (d), Sec. 24, provides that; Any homcepathic
physician holding a diploma of qualification from any authorized school or college requiring at least a four years' course of
study, which has been undergone by the applicant may be registered under this Act upon passing before the Council or such of
them as may be appointed for that purpose, a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz, :—Anatomy, Physiology,
Pathology, Chemistry, Obstetrics and Surgery.
5. The examination shall be orally and in writing, upon
the following subjects ;
1. Anatomy,
2. Chemistry,
t|. Physiology,
4. Pathology.
5. Materia Medica.
0. Medical Jurisprudence.
7. Theory and Practice of Medicine,
8. Surgery.
9. Clinical Medicine.
10. Clinical Surgery.
11. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children.
>■• 6.    Before examination, the candidate shall pay to the Registrar  of the College  the fee  of  one  hundred  dollars  for the examination,  fifty 01 which  sha.
be rejected.
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returned if the candidate
7. During the year there shall be two regular meetings,
and two examinations held, beginning on the first Tuesday of
May and the last Tuesday of October.
All examinations are held at the College rooms in the New
Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
8. Permits are not granted by the Council.
For more particular information apply to the Registrar,
New Westminster, B. C.  Medicine and Surgery.
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x\n   Act respecting   the   Profession   of Medicine   and
Surgery. j| |"
Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of
the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia, enacts as follows:
Short Title.
i.    This Act may be cited as the " Medical Act, 1898."
Organization,
2. The members of the medical profession of British Columbia heretofore incorporated under the name
of "The Medical Council of British Columbia," shall
be deemed to be and to have been from its first establishment, a body corporate by the name aforesaid, and
the said name is hereby changed to that of "The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia,"
and under the changed name shall be deemed to be and
to have been from its first establishment a body corporate, having perpetual succession and a common seal,
with the power to acquire, hold and dispose of chattel
property and real estate for the purposes of this Act,
and to sue and be sued in the manner usual with such
corporations.
3. Every person registered  according to the provisions of the   "Medical Act,"   and   any other Act of the 12
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Legislature of British Columbia relating to the medical
profession shall be a member of the said " The College
of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia."
4. Every person hereafter registered under the provisions of this Act, shall also be a member of the said
College.
Council.
5. There shall be a Council of the said I The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia,"
to be elected in the manner hereinafter provided for in
this Act; and referred to in   this Act as the " Council."
6. The Council shall be composed of six licensed
Medical Practitioners, and no person shall be eligible
for election as a member of the Council except he be a
practitioner duly registered under this Act, or the Acts
mentioned in section 3 of this Act.
7. The manner of holding such election shall, with
respect to the time and the taking the votes thereat, be
determined by a by-law of the Council, and in default
of such by-law the Lieutenant-Governor in Council shall
prescribe the time and manner of holding such election
or elections.
8. The members or the Council provided for by the.
sixth section of this Act shall be elected for the period
of three years, but any member may resign his appointment at any time by letter addressed to the President or Registrar of the Council,
9. Upon the death or resignation of any member of Medicine and Surgery,
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the Council it shall be the duty of the Registrar to
forthwith cause a new election to be held in such manner as may be provided for by by-law of the Council;
such election shall be conducted in accordance with the
by-laws and regulations of the Council, but it shall be
lawful for the Council during such vacancy to exercise
the powers hereinafter mentioned,
10. The persons entitled to vote under this Act at
any election shall all be duly registered practitioners,
and no member of " The College of Physicians and
Surgeons of British Columbia" who is in arrear for his
annual fees or any part thereof shall be entitled to vote
at elections for members of the Council, or be eligible
for election as a member thereof,
11. In the case of any doubt or dispute as to the
legality of the election of any member of the Council,
it shall be lawful for the Council to hold and decide
who is the legally elected member of the Council; and
the person whom they decide to have been elected shall
be and be deemed to be the member legally elected ; and
if such election be found to have been illegal, the
Council shall have power to order a new election.
Officers.
12. The Council shall annually appoint from
amongst themselves a President, Vice-President, a Registrar, a Treasurer and other officers as may from time
to time be necessary for the working of this Act, who
shall hold office during the pleasure of the Council;
and the said Council  shall have power to fix by by-law 14
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or from time to  time  the  salaries or fees to be paid to
such officers.
13. The Council shall appoint annually from
amongst its members an | Executive Committee," to
take cognizance of and action upon all such matters as
shall be delegated to it by the Council or such as ma}/
require immediate interference or attention between The
adjournment of the Council and its next'meeting, and
all such acts shall be valid only until the next ensuing
meeting of the Council, but such committee shall have
no power to alter, repeal or suspend any by-law of the
Council,
Meetings,
14. The said elected members of the Council shall
make rules and regulations as to the time and place of
meeting of the Council and the modes of summoning
meetings of the Council, and it shall be lawful for the
President thereof, or, in the event of his absence or
death, for the Registrar to summon the same at such
time and place as to him may seem fit, by circular or
letter to be mailed to each member.
15. At least two weeks' notice of a meeting of such
Council shall be given, and in the event of the absence
of the President from any meeting the Vice-President,
oc in his absence some other member, to be chosen from
among the members present, shall act as President.
16. Four members of the Council shall form a
quorum, and all acts of the Council shall be decided by
the majority of the members present. Medicine and Surgery.
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17. The President or Vice-President, when in the
chair, and the chairman of any meeting, shall have the
right to give a casting vote in addition to the vote
otherwise entitled to as a member of the Council.
18. There shall be paid to the members of the Council such fees for attendance (not exceeding twenty dollars per day) and travelling expenses (not exceeding
ten cents a mile one way), as may from time to time be
fixed by by-law passed by the said Council.
Registrar, Register Fees.
19. The Council shall cause to be kept by an
officer appointed by them and to be called the Registrar, a book or register, to be known as "The British
Columbia Medical Register," in which shall be entered
the name of every person registered according to the
provisions of this Act or the Acts mentioned in the
third section of this Act, and from time to time the
names of all persons who have complied with the
enactments hereinafter contained, and with the rules
and regulations made or to be made by the Council
respecting the qualifications to be required from practitioners of medicine, surgery and midwifery in this
Province.
20. Those only whose names are inscribed in the
book or register above mentioned, shall be deemed to
be qualified and licensed to practise medicine, surgery
and midwifery in this Province.
21. Such book or register shall at all times be open
and subject to inspection by any duly registered practitioner in British Columbia. II
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22. Any person duly registered in "The British
Columbia Medical Register" under the "Medical Act"
or any Acts relating to the medical profession when
this Act shall take effect, shall be deemed to be regis-
tered under this Act.
23. The Registrar shall, immediately upon his
appointment, without the payment of any fee whatever^
enter in the register the name of every person mentioned in the third section of this Act, and not already
entered therein or duly erased therefrom.
24. Every person who possesses one or more of the
following qualifications, shall, upon complying with
the requirements hereinafter stated and upon payment
of the fees to be fixed for each particular class by bylaw of the Council, be entitled to be registered on producing to the Registrar the documents proving such
qualifications, and upon payment of the fees fixed by
the Council, not to exceed one hundred dollars, that is
to say:—
(a) Every person who, upon the coming into force
of this Act, was entitled to be so registered.
(b] The Council shall admit upon the register
every person mentioned in chapter 48 of the
Acts of Parliament of the United Kingdom,
passed in the 49th and 50th years of Her Majesty's reign, duly registered under the " Medical ActI [Imperial |, prior to and inclusive of
the 30th day of June, 1887, upon complying
with  the  orders,  regulations or by-laws of the Medicine and Surgery.
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Council, and giving due proof of such registration, and that the person applying for registration has not lost the benefit of the same by rea-
son of misconduct or otherwise.
c] The Council shall admit upon the register
any person who shall produce from any college
or school of medicine and surgery, requiring at
least four years course of study, a diploma of
qualification, provided that where the college or
school of medicine did not require a course of
study of at least four years but a post giaduate
course has been taken which in point of time
added to the college or school of medicine course
completes a period of four years, it shall be
.deemed sufficient; provided also that the applicant shall furnish to the Council satisfactory
evidence of identification, and pass before the
members thereof, or such of them as may be
appointed for the purpose, a satisfactory examination touching his fitness and capacity to practise as a physician and surgeon.
(d) Any homcepathic physician holding a diploma
of qualification from any authorized school or
college requiring at least a four years' course of
study, which has been undergone by the applicant may be registered under this Act upon passing before the Council or such of them as may
be appointed for that purpose, a satisfactory
examination in the following subjects, viz. :—
Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Chemistry,
Obstetrics, and Surgery. 18 Medicine and Surgery.
25. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to keep his
register correct in accordance with the provisions of
this Act, and the rules, orders and regulations of the
Council, and he shall from time to time make the
necessary alterations in the addresses or qualifications
of the persons registered under this Act.
26. The said Registrar shall perform such other
duties as may be imposed upon him by the Council.
27. Each member of the College of Physicians and
Surgeons of British Columbia shall pay to the Registrar, or to any person deputed by the Registrar to receive it, such annual fee as may be determined by bylaw of the Council, not less than $2.50 and not more
than $10 00 [ten dollars] toward the general expenses
of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British
Columbia, which annual fees shall be payable on the
first day of January, in the year for which the same is
imposed, and obtain annually a certificate under the
seal of The College of Physicians and Surgeons of
British Columbia, stating his qualification to practise,
and that the certificate is in force for one year from its
date; and such annual fee shall be a debt deemed to be
due by the member to the College of Physicians and
Surgeons of British Columbia and shall be recoverable with costs of suit in the name of The College of
Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, in the
County Court, Small Debts Court, or other Court
having jurisdiction at the place where the member
resides.
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require, make orders, regulations or by-laws for regulating the register to be kept under this Act, and the
fee to be paid for registration.
29. Every person registered under this Act who
obtains a higher degree, or any qualification other than
the qualification in respect of which he has been registered, shall be entitled to have such higher degree or
additional qualification inserted in the register, in substitution for, or in addition to the qualification previously registered, on the payment of such fees as the
Council may appoint.
30. No qualification shall be entered on the register, either on the first registration or by way of addition to a registered name, unless the Registrar be satisfied, by proper evidence, that the person claiming it is
entitled to it; and any appeal from the decision of the
Registrar may be decided by the Council.
31. In the event of the Registrar being dissatisfied
with the evidence adduced by the person claiming to be
registered, he shall have the power, subject to an
appeal to the Council, of refusing the said registration
until the person claiming to be registered has furnished
proper evidence, duly attested by oath or affirmation,
before the Judge of any County Court.
32. If the Registrar make or cause to be made any
wilful falsification in any matter relating to the register, he shall incur a penalty of fifty dollars and shall
be disqualified from again holding that position. >
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Forfeiture of Right of Registration—Erasure
of Names.
33. Any entry in the register, proved to the satisfaction of the Council to have been fraudulently or incorrectly made, may be erased from the register by an
order in writing of the Council.
34. If any person procure, or cause to be procured,
his registration under this Act, by means of any false
or fraudulent representations or declaration, either verbally or in writing, it shall be lawful for the Registrar,
upon the receipt of sufficient evidence of the falsity or
fraudulent character of said representations or declaration, to represent the matter to the Council, and upon
tfie written order of the President, attested by the seal
of The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British
Columbia, to erase the name of such person from the
register, and to make known the fact and cause of such
erasure by notice to be published in the British Columbia Gazette, and after such notice has appeared, the person whose name has been erased as aforesaid, shall
cease to be a member of The College of Physicians and
Surgeons of British Columbia, and shall cease to enj oy
any of the privileges enjoyed or conferred by registration under this Act at any future time without the
express sanction of the Council.
35. Any registered medical practitioner who, either
.before  or   after   the  passing  of this  Act, and either
before or after he is so registered, has been convicted in
any Court of any felony or misdemeanor, shall thereby
forfeit the right to registration, and by direction of the Medicine and Surgery.
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Council his name shall be erased from the register ; and
in case a person known to have been convicted of a
felony or misdemeanor present himself for registration,
the Registrar shall have the power to refuse such registration; and if any person registered under this Act
shall, after due inquiry by the Council, be adjudged to
have been guilty of infamous or unprofessional conduct
in any respect, the Council may, if they see fit, direct
the Registrar to erase the name of such person from the
register.
36. The Council may, and upon the application of
any three registered medical practitioners, shall cause
inquiry to be made into the case of a person alleged to
be liable to have his name erased under the last preceding section, and on proof of such conviction, or of
such infamous or unprofessional conduct, shall cause
the   name   of    such   person   to  be    erased   from   the
register.
Provided that the name of a person shall not be
erased under this or the last preceding section on
account of his adopting or refraining from adopting
the practice of any particular theory of medicine or
surgery, nor on account of a conviction for a political
offence out of Her Majesty's dominion, nor on account
of a conviction for an offence which, though within the
provisions of the last preceding section, ought not, in
the opinion of the Council or the committee hereinafter
named, either from the trivial nature of the offence or
from the circumstances under which it was committed,
to disqualify a person from practicing medicine or
surgery. 22 Medicine and Surgery.
37. The Council may order to be paid out of any
funds at their disposal such costs as to them may seem
just to any person against whom any complaint has
been made, which, when finally determined, is found to
have been frivolous and vexatious.
38. Where the Council direct the erasure from the
register of the name of any person or of any other
entry, the name of that person or that entry shall not
be again entered on ^e register, except by the direc
tion of the Council, or by the order of a Judge of the
Supreme Court.
39: If the Council think fit, in any case, they juay
direct the Registrar to restore to the register any name
or entry erased therefrom, either without fee, or on payment of such fee, not exceeding the registration fee, as
the Council may from time- to time fix, and the Registrar shall restore the same accordingly.
40. The Council shall, for the purpose of exercising, in any case, the powers of erasing from and
restoring to the register the name of any person or any
entry, ascertain the facts of such case by a committee
of their own body not exceeding five in number, of
whom the quorum shall be not less than three; and a
written report of the committee may be acted upon as
to the facts therein stated for the purpose of the exercise of the said powers by the Council.
41. The Council shall from time to time appoint,
and shall always maintain a committee for the purposes
of the  six  last  preceding sections, and, subject to the Medicine and Surgery.
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provisions of this Act, may from time to time determine the constitution and the number and tenure of
office of the members of the committee.
42. The committee shall meet from time to time for
the dispatch of.business, and, subject to the provisions
of this Act and of any regulations from time to time
made by the Council, may regulate the summoning,
notice, place, management and adjournment of such
meetings, the appointment of a chairman, the mode of
deciding questions, and generally the transaction and
management of business, including the quorum; and
if there be a quorum the committee may act, notwithstanding any vacancy in their body. In case of any
vacancy the committee may appoint a member of the
Council to fill the vacancy until the next meeting of
the Council.
43. The committee under the four last preceding
sections may, for the purpose of the execution of their
duties under this Act, employ at the expense of the
Council such legal or other assessor or assistant as the
committee may think necessary or proper, and the person whose conduct is the subject of inquiry shall also
have the right to be represented by counsel.
44. At least one week before the first meeting of the
committee to be held for taking the evidence or otherwise ascertaining the facts, a notice shall be served upon the person whose conduct is the subject of inquiry,
and such notice shall embody a copy of the charges
made against him, or a statement of the subject matter
of the inquiry, and shall also specify the time and place =B5=
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of such meeting. The testimony of witnesses shall be
taken under oath, which the chairman, or acting chairman of the committee is hereby authorized to administer, and there shall be full right to cross-examine all
witnesses called, and to call evidence in defence and reply. In the event of the non-attendance of the person
whose conduct is the subject of such inquiry, the committee may, upon proof of personal service of the notice aforesaid in accordance with the provisions of this
section, which proof of service may be by statutory declaration, proceed with the subject matter of the inquiry
in his absence, and make their report of the facts without further notice to such person.
Appeal.
45. No action shall be brought against the Council
or the said committee for anything done bona fide under this Act, notwithstanding any want of form in the
proceedings; but any person whose name has been ordered to be erased from the register may appeal from
the decision of the Council to any Judge of the
Supreme Court of British Columbia, at any time within
six months from the date of the order for such erasure,
and such Judge may, upon the hearing of such appeal,
make such order as to the restoration of the name so
erased, or confirming such erasure, or for further inquiries by the committee or Council into the facts of
the case, and as to costs, as to such Judge shall seem
right in the premises.
46.    The appeal may be by  summons   served  upon
the Registrar to show cause, and shall be  founded up- Medicine and Surgery.
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on a copy of the proceedings, before the committee, the
evidence taken, the committee's report, and the order of
the Council in the matter, certified by the Registrar;
and the Registrar shall, upon the request of any such
person desiring to appeal, furnish to any such person a
certified copy of all proceedings, reports, orders and papers upon which the committee have acted in making
the order complained of.
Evidence of Registration.
47. In any trial under this act the burden of proof
as to registration shall be   upon the person charged.
4§. In all cases where proof of registration under
this Act is required to be made, the production of a certificate that the person or persons therein named is or
are duly registered, certified under the hand of the Registrar of the Council and the seal of the College for the
time being, shall be sufficient evidence of such registration in lieu of the production of the original register;
and any such certificate purporting to be signed by any
person in the capacity of the Registrar of the Council
under this Act shall be prima facie evidence that such
person is such Registrar witheut any proof of his signature or of his being in fact such Registrar.
49. The Registrar of the Council shall, from time
to time, under the direction of the Council, cause to be
printed and published a correct register in the form set
forth in the first schedule of this Act, or to the like effect, of the names of all persons appearing on the register, as existing on the day of publication,   in , alpha- 26 Medicine and Surgery.
betical order according to their surnames, with their
respective residences, and together with the medical
titles, diplomas and qualification conferred by any College or body, and the date thereof.
50. A copy of such register for the time being purporting to be so printed and published as aforesaid
shall be prima facie exidence in all Courts, and before
all Justices of the Peace and others, that the persons
therein specified are registered according to the provisions of this Act.
51. In the case of any person whose name does not
appear in such copy, a certified copy under the hand of
the Registrar of the Council and the said seal of the
said College, of the entry of the name of such person
on the register shall be evidence that such person is
registered under the provisions of this Act.
52. Except as in the last preceding section mentioned, the absence of the name of any person from
such copy shall be prima facie evidence that such person is not registered according to the provisions of this
Act.
Effect of Registration   or   Non-Registration.
53. Every person registered under the provisions of
this Act shall be entitled, according to his qualification
or qualifications, to practice medicine, surgery or midwifery, or any of them, as the case may be, in the
Province of British Columbia, and to demand and recover in any Court of law, with full costs of suit,   rea- Medicine and Surgery. 27
sonable charges for professional aid, advice and visits,
and the cost of any medicine or other medical appliances rendered or supplied by him to his patients.
54. Any person entitled to be registered under this
Act, but who neglects or omits to be so registered, shall
not be entitled to any of the rights or privileges conferred by registration under the provisions of this Act,
so long as such neglect or omission continues; and he
shall be liable to all the penalties imposed by this Act,
or by any other Act in force against such unqualified
or unregistered practitioners.
55. It shall not be lawful for any person not registered to practise medicine, surgery or midwifery for
hire, gain or hope of reward.
56. No person shall be entitled to recover any
charge in any court of law for any medical or surgical
advice, or for attendance, or for the performance of any
operation, or for any medicine that he may have prescribed or supplied, unless he be registered under this
Act; but this section shall not extend to the sale of
any drug or medicine by any duly licensed chemist or
druggist.
oe>
57. No person shall be appointed as a medical
officer, physician or surgeon in any branch of the public service of this Province, or in any hospital or other
charitable institution, unless he be registered under the
provisions of this Act.
58. No certificate required by any Act now in force,
or that may hereafter be passed, from any physician or 1
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surgeon or medical practitioner shall be valid unless
the person signing the same be registered under this
Act.
59. The expression " legally qualified medical prac-
tioner," or the expression " duly qualified medical practitioner," or any other words or expression importing
legal recognition of any person as a medical practitioner or member of the medical profession, when used
in any Act or law shall, in so far as such Act or law
applies to this Province, be construed to mean a person
registered under this Act.
60. Every person who shall be registered under the
provisions of this Act shall be exempt, if he so desire,
from serving on all juries and inquests whatsoever.
61. No duly registered member of The College of
Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia shall be
liable in any action for negligence or malpractice by
reason of professional services requested or rendered,
unless such action be commenced within one year from
the date when, in the matter complained of, such professional services are terminated.
Offences and Penalties.
62. If any person wilfully procure, or attempt to
procure, himself to be registered under this Act by
making any false or fraudulent representation or declaration, either verbally or in writing, he shall, on conviction thereof before any Justice of the Peace, incur a
penalty not exceeding one  hundred dollars; and every Medicine and Surgery.
29
person knowingly aiding or assisting him therein shall,
on conviction thereof, incur a penalty of not less than
twenty nor more than fifty dollars for each offence.
63. If any person not registered pursuant to this
Act, for hire, gain or hope of reward practise or profess
to practise medicine, surgery or midwifery, or advertise
to give advice in medicine, surgery or midwifery, he
shall, upon a summary conviction thereof before any
Justice of the Peace, for any and every such offence
pay a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars.
64. Any person who wilfully or falsely pretends to
be a physician, doctor of medicine, surgeon or general
practitioner, or assumes any title, addition or description other than he actually possesses and is legally
entitled to, shall be liable, on conviction thereof before
a Justice of the Peace, to a penalty not exceeding fifty
dollars nor less than ten dollars.
65. Any person not registered pursuant to this Act,
who takes or uses any name, title, addition or description implying or calculated to lead people to infer that
he is registered under this Act, or that he is recognized by law as a physician, surgeon, accoucher, or a
licentiate in medicine, surgery or midwifery, shall be
liable, upon a summary conviction thereof before a Justice of the Peace, to pay a penalty not exceeding one
hundred dollars nor less than twenty-five dollars.
66. All penalties recoverable under this Act shall
be paid to the   convicting Justice, and  by him be paid 30
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to the Registrar of the Council, and shall form part of
the funds thereof.
67. Any prosecution under this Act may be
brought or heard before any one or more of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace having jurisdiction where
any such offence has been committed; and such Justice
or Justices may award a payment of costs in addition
to the penalty; and in case the penalty and costs
awarded by him or them be not, upon conviction, forthwith paid, he or they may commit the offender to the
common gaol, there to be imprisoned for any term not
exceeding one month, unless the penalty and costs be
sooner paid.
68. All prosecutions against anyone acting in contravention of the provisions of this Act shall take
place in accordance with the " Summary Convictions
Act," and any Act or Acts amending the same.
69. Any person may be prosecutor or complainant
under this Act, and the Council may allot such portion
of the penalties recovered as may be expedient towards
the payment of such prosecution.
70. Every prosecution under this Act shall be commenced within six months from the date of the alleged
offence.
71. Any person convicted under this Act who gives
notice of appeal against the decision of the convicting
Justice shall be required, before being released from
custody, to give  the  said Justice satisfactory security
1 Medicine and Surgery. 31
for the amount of the penalty  and the costs of conviction and appeal.
72. The Council, by an order signed by the President, having the seal of the Council appended thereto,
may stay   proceedings in  any  prosecution under this
Act where it is deemed expedient.
Moneys.
73. All moneys forming part of the Council funds
shall be paid to the Treasurer, and may be applied to
carry this Act into execution.
Subjects for Anatomy.
74. The body of any person found dead, publicly
exposed, or who immediately before death had been
supported in and by any public hospital receiving
pecuniary aid from the Government of this Province,
shall, unless the person so dying otherwise directs, be
delivered to persons qualified as hereinafter mentioned
for the purposes of dissection. But if such body be
claimed within the usual period of interment by
bona fide friends or relatives, the body shall be delivered to them, or if the person otherwise directed, as
aforesaid, before death, the body shall be decently interred.
75. The persons qualified to receive such unclaimed
bodies shall be such medical practitioners as are duly
qualified to practise, and are actually practising under
the provisions of this Act, who may require such bodies
for dissection, either  for their own improvement or the
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32 Medicine and Surgery.
instruction of any student or students under them, or
to the teachers of surgery and anatomy in any public
or private school, college, society, or faculty of medicine or surgery, that may hereafter be established in
this Province.
76. The person in charge of any and every public
hospital as aforesaid, the Coroner of each district, shall
forward to the Registrar-General of Titles the name,
age, sex, birth-place [if it can be ascertained], and date
of death of all unclaimed bodies given up by them
respectively, for dissection under this Act, within one
week from the time of giving up such bodies as aforesaid.
77. It shall be the duty of the Registrar-General of
Titles to enter in a book to be kept for that purpose by
him, the name and residence of all medical practitioners
qualified to receive and desirous of receiving bodies for
dissection, and also to enter from the returns forwarded
to him by the person or persons in charge of the public hospitals, and of the Coroners, in a register to be
kept for that purpose, the name, age, sex, birth-place,
and date of death of all persons mentioned in such
returns, with the name and place of residence of the
practitioner to whom the body was delivered as aforesaid.
78. Such returns, book and register, shall be open
at all reasonable hours for the inspection of any medical practitioner who may desire to inspect the same, on
payment of a fee of fifty cents. Medicine and Surgery. 33
79. The person or persons in charge of the public
hospitals as aforesaid, and the Coroners, shall make an
impartial distribution of the bodies in rotation according to the actual wants of the claimants.
80. On delivery of every such unclaimed body as
aforesaid, the person or persons in charge of the hospital, or the Coroner, as the case may be, shall take from
the medical practitioner receiving the body a receipt in
the Form A in the Second Schedule to this Act, and
such practitioner shall pay the sum of ten dollars to
the person from whom he receives the body, and takes
a receipt therefor in the Form B in the said Second
Schedule, and such sum shall, in every case be applied
towards the support and maintenance of the public hospitals in the Province.
81. The Coroner who presides at the inquest on any
body found publicly exposed, and unclaimed by bona
fide friends or relatives, shall deliver up the body to
any medical practitioner (on application by him), duly
•qualified by him to receive the same under this Act.
82. Every medical practitioner wishing to avail
himself of the benefits of the nine last preceding sections of this Act, shall appear before the Registrar-
General of Titles, and give security himself in the sum
of one hundred dollars, and two sureties in the sum of
fifty dollars each, for the decent interment of the bodies
after they have served the purposes required.
83. The "Medical Act" is hereby repealed. 34
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SCHEDULES.
The  following  are the Schedules referred to in this
Act.   ' - :H'.'.
FIRST SCHEDULE.
| Section 50.]
Register.
No.
Name.
Residence.
Date
of graduation.
Where
graduated.
Qualiflea
tion registered.
Date
of registration.
Remarks.
SECOND SCHEDULE.
Form A.
Received from , Coroner, (or the person, &c.
&c.) the body of (name, age, sex, &c, &c.,) for the purpose of di section and anatomical instruction.
Dated the day of , A.D. 18
Form B.
Received of (medical practitioner's name) the sum of
dollars for the body of (name, age, sex, &c, &c.,),
and I hereby   certify   that  the said body has not been
claimed by bona fide friends or relatives.
Dated the day of , A.D. 18
Witness, Medicine and Surgery..
35
An Act to Amend the "Medical Act, 1898."
27th February, 1899.
Her Majesty, by and wi}h the advice and consent
of the legislative Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia, enacts as follows :—
I. Section 57 of chapter 9 of the Statutes of 1898,
is hereby amended by adding thereto—
" or hold an interim certificate of qualification,
which certificate shall be granted by the Executive
Committee of the College of Physicians and   Surgeons
of British Columbia, if requested by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council, in respect of a medical appointment to the Provincial Public service. In such case,
such certificate shall hold good until the next regular
examination of the said College of Physicians and Surgeons, and shall curry with it all the rights and privileges of a registration under the provisions of this Act
for the time covered by the said interim certificate." 36
Examination Papers.
ANATOMY.
Examiner:    J. M. Lefevre, M. D., C. M.
i.    Describe the temporo-maxillary articulation.
2. Give the attachments, relations, actions, blood
and nerve supply of the deltoid muscle.
3. The course, relations, branches of the axillary
artery. How would you indicate its course on the surface of the body ? In case of ligature of the vessel in
the first part of its course how would the circulation in
the limb be maintained ?
4.    Anatomy of the  adult    duodenum—including
its course, relations, nerve and blood supply,
briefly its mucuous lining and the   manner
the bile and pancreatic ducts open into it.
Describe
in   which
5. Describe the dissection necessary to expose the
contents of the orbit. Give the nerve supply of the
muscles of the eyeball,   and describe the   ophthalmic
ganglion,
6. Describe the anatomy of the tunica vaginalis.
How is it developed and how is its descent into the
scrotum effected in the foetus. Examination Papers. 37
CHEMISTRY.
Examiner: Dr. C. J. Fagan.
5. What is glycerine, and how is it obtained ?
1. What are the chief constituents of air ? Give
a method for recognizing each constituent in pure and
impure air.
2. Nitric acid added to urine charged with neutral
urates yields a whitish opacity : Give full explanation
and how would you distinguish from albumen ?
3. Give the properties of marsh gas (CH4); one
Vol. of CH 4 requires two Vols, of oxygen for complete combustion. Apply this to the explosion of Fire
Damp in mines, and calculate how much air is used up
per Vol. of CH 4.
4. What is meant by the terms " acid," " base,"
" salt," " acid salt." Name any four acids and give
tests for each. 38 Examination Papers.
MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.
Examiner :    Dr. C. J. Fag an.
1. . How would you produce diaphoresis? Give
doses of medicines used for the above. Write a prescription for a diaphoretic mixture.
2. Classify Cathartics, giving examples of each
class, and state how they produce their effects.
3. Write a four ounce prescription with directions
for dispensing, etc., containing arsenic and strychnine.
4. Discuss the value of: "Quinine," " Aconite,"
and "Pilocarpine," as antipyretics, and state how each
produces its effect.
5. Transpose the following prescription into one
according to the metric system.
R f    ■  f
Sodii Bicarbonatis,   " | drachmam.
Glycerini Boracis,   " " Unciam.
Potassii Chloratis,   " " grana octoginta.
Tincturae Catechu, " " drachmas tres.
Aquas Rosae, " " ad uncias duodecim. Examination Papers. 39
MIDWIFERY   AND    DISEASES   OF   WOMEN
AND CHILDREN.
Examiner: O. M. Jones, M.D., CM.
1. Enumerate the different varieties of Extra
Uterine Pregnancy; the cause that favors its production, the symptoms, course, termination and treatment.
2. Name the varieties of Uterine Fibroids; the
symptoms they produce, physical signs, course of disease and treatment.
3. Causation, pathology, symptoms, termination
and treatment of Puerpural Eclampsia.
4. What are the indications of Version ? Name
the various methods, describe your management of a
case of Breech Presentation.
5. Symptoms, prognosis and treatment of Tubercular Meningitis.
ae-N u.
40 Examination Papers.
PATHOLOGY.
Examiner:    Hon. R. E. McKechnie.
1. Define caries, embolus, aneurism, oedema,
trichophyton tonsurans, chondroma, inflammation,
lipoma.
2. How is the gonococcus differentiated from the
ordinary cocci of suppuration ?
3. What is meant by immunity? How can it be
artificially produced? Illustrate your theory by the
action of diphtheritic antitoxin.
4. What are the chief points of difference between
carcinoma and sarcoma, both as to structure and situation?
5. What are the macro and microsopic appearances
of the kidney in acute nephritis ? Examination Papers.. 41
PHYSIOLOGY
Examiner:    Hon. R. E. McKechnie.
1. The eye. Describe the mechanism of accommodation, and show by diagram the difference between
myopia and Hypermetropia.
2. How is a normal equlibrium of body temperature maintained ? Give the various factors employed,
and explain how controlled.
3. Given a section of the spinal cord in the upper
dorsal region, name its physiological divisions and the
functions of each.
4. Describe fully  the  lymphatic   circulation   and
explain in detail its functions.
5. Define    a    reflex,       Steapsin,      Haemoglobin,
Glycogen,    Myosin,    Urea. 42 Examination Papers.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.
Examiner: W. J. McGuigan, M.D., LL.B.
i. In giving   evidence, when   is a  medical man a
common witness or a skilled witness or expert?
2. Draft a valid will for John Brown, who is dangerously ill, and has no time to consult a lawyer.
3. What changes of colour take place in scars;
state the time in which such changes occur, and how
may a scar that has apparently disappeared be rendered visible ?
4. How could you distinguish the sex from the
inspection of a human skeleton ?
5. What is the duty of a medical man when called
upon to examine the person of a female said to have
been violated, and give your reasons why you believe
she has been violated ?
6. Mention the various forms of unsoundness of
mind; distinguish between them, and what is the legal
test of irresponsibility according to the criminal code
of Canada.
VJi Examination Papers. 43
SURGERY.
Examiner:    Dr. J. C. Davie.
1. What are the symptoms of Strangulated
Hernia? Describe the operation for Strangulated
Inguinal Hernia, and what variations in the operative
procedure might be required?
2. What are the common causes of Acute Peritonitis ? State causes in four cases and describe the treatment in each.
3. How would you treat a case of Intestinal Fistula occurring after an operation for the removal of the
Vermiform Appendix? From what cause might such
a fistula arise ?
3. How would you treat a case of simple depressed
feature of the Parietal bone? If treated on the expectant plan, what would be the probable result? 44 Examination Papers.
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Examiner:   John A. Duncan, M.D.
i. Give in detail the physical signs of a Pulmonary
Cavity of moderate extent, and situated near the chest
wall.
2. What diet would you recommend in Diabetes
Mellitus ? What are the common complications of this
disease ?
3. What are the symptoms and diagnosis of Chronic
Obstruction of the Common Bile Duct, and of the
Cystic Duct, respectively?
4. For what conditions might Localized Chronic
Tuberculosis of the Ilio-coecal region be readily mistaken ?    Give the differential diagnosis.
5. What are the chief conditions in which marked
enlargement of the Liver is a prominent symptom, and
in what conditions is diminution of the size found ?
6. What are the prominent symptoms of Hodg-
kins' Disease?   Diagnose from Leucocythaemia.
7. In Cerebral Softening what are the common
sources of the Embolus: What the chief conditions
producing it, and its usual destination? Also, the
peculiar symptoms associated with Embolism and
Thrombosis, respectively, of the middle left cerebral
artery.
Answer any five questions. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER.
Date of
Registration
1891,   May   7
1897, Jan.   15
1891,   May   7
1897.   May   7
1898, Jan.
t897, Sept.
1886, Aug.
1886, July
1887, Nov.
1891, Mav
1890, May
1898, May
1899, May
1895, May'
1894, Jan.
1897, Jan.'
1898,  May 14
1893, Mav
1893, May
1889, Oct. 19
1896
A899
1891
1897
1888
1899
1897
1886
1891
1886
1897
1893
1896
1890
May
May
May
Sept.
Nov.
May
Jan.
= May
May
July
Jan.
6
6
7
10
; 7
6
15
28
NAME.
Residence.
Ardagh, V. E. R	
Armstrong, George S.
Arthur, E. C	
Arthur, Isabel D.
Bailey, John W	
Baker, Gerald, Ramsy
Beckingsale, D. L	
Bentley, R. I	
Bodington, G. F	
Metlakahtla ..
Northport,
Wash.
Nelson	
Nelson
Boggs, Geo. W
Bolton, A. E..
Bonnell, Saul.
Boucher, R. B.
Bowesj E. J	
Boyce, D. deF.
Brett, R. G....
Brodie, James.
Brouse, J. E...
Bruner, N. W.
Callanan," Michael	
Campbell, Duncan D
Campbell, I. Glen..
Campbell, W. Bell.
Carnody, Wm. F. P
Carroll, John T	
Carruthers, J. F	
Carter, Richard H.
Clark, Sibree...	
Clarke, James.'.	
24 01ark, R. B	
15'Clendenan, Arthur E.
May   4 Corsan, Douglas	
Sept.   4 Coulthard, Walter L.
Feb. 23 Crompton, Ernest...
Union	
Salt Spring Is.
Covina, Calif..
GreenwoodCty
Westminster..
Westminster..
Port Simpson..
Fernie	
GreenwoodCty
QUALIFICATIONS.
L.R. C.P. & S., Edinburgh,. 1885; -L. M.,
Edinburgh, 1882; R. C. P. & S., 1885.'
M. D. Univ., Toronto, 1879; L. R. C. P., London, 1886; L. R. C. P. & S., Edinburgh;
1886; L. C. P. & S., Glasgow, 1886.
M. D. C. M., Trin. Coll., Toronto, 1888; M. C.
P. & S., Ontario, 1»88; B. A., Victoria
Univ., 1890.
M. D., State Univ., Oregon, 1897.
Rossland  M
Kelowna , M
Banff, N. W. T. M
Fort Steele..  . L.
New Denver... M.
M.
Quesnelle.
Rossland..
Vancouver
Vancouver
Victoria.
Ashcroft.
Vancouver.
Trail	
Rossland.
Victoria..
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1897.
R. C. S., Eng., 1896; L. R. C. P., Lon., 1896.
D. C. M., Univ. Edinburgh, 1882.
B. Univ., Tor., 1876; M.fcC. P. S., Ont., 1877.
R. C. S., Eng., 1849; Lie. Med. Royal Coll.
Surgeons; Lie. Soc. Apothecaries; F...R.
Coll. Surgeons; Member R.  C.  P., London; M. D. Univ.,  Giessen, Ger.;  M.  D.
Univ., Durham, Eng., 1885.
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1886.
D. Univ., New York, 1888;  M. C. P. & S.,
Ont., 1889.
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1896. ?M
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1895;   M. C.  P. &
S., Ont., 1895.
D. C. M.  McGill Univ., 1890.
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1892.
D., Victoria Univ., 1874; M. C. P.  & S.,
Ontario, 1874; M. C. P. & S., Man., 1881;
M. C. P. &S., Northwest Ter., 1884.
R. C. S., Edin.,1887; L. F. P. & S., Glasgow, 1887.
D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1892:
D. American Med. Coll., St. Louis, ,1891.
Lie. Royal Coll.  Surg., Ireland, 1874;   Lie.
Coll. Physicians,  King 's and Queen's,
Ireland, 1875;   L'ic. Midwivery,  King's
and Queen's, Ireland, 1875.
M. D. C. M., Univ., Victoria College, 1884;
Mem. Coll. P. & S., Ontario, 1884.
M. D. G. M., McGill Univ., 1897; M. C. P. & S.
N. S., 1898.
L. R. C. P. & S., Edin., 1887; L. F. C. P. &S.,
Glasgow, 1887.
M. D. M. Ch., Royal Univ., Ireland, 1875.
M. D. C. M., Victoria Univ.,'82; L.R.C.P.&S.,
Edinburgh, 1882; M.C.P.&S.:, Ont., 1883.
M. B. C. M., Edin. Univ., 1892; M.  D., 1897;
M. C. P. & S., N. W. Ter., 1897.
M. D. Cooper Medical College, Sari Fian-
cisco, 1895. Sf|'"
M. C. P. S., Ont., 1877.
B. A. Dublin   Univ.,   1885;   M.   B.,   Dublin
Univ., 1887; B.   Ch.   Dublin Univ., 1889;
L. M. Coombe Hospital, Dublin.
Univ. Victoria Coll., Canada, 1866.
M.B.Toronto Univ., 1891;   M.  C. P.  & S.,
Ontario, 1891.
M. D. 0. M., McGill Univ., 1885.
M. B. Toronto, 1894; M. C. P. & S., Ont., 1894.
M. R. C.  S.,   Eng.,   1889;   Lie. Royal  Coll.
Phys., London, 1889. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER.
Date of
Registration
NAME.
Residence.
QUALIFICATIONS.
1898,   May   6
1886, May 25
1886, July 27
1889, Dec. 17
1892, May   5
1887, June 10
1894, May 3
1896, Jan. 16
1896, Jan. 15
1899,   May   6
1897, May
1887, Nov.   4
1899,   May   6
1892, Sept.
1992,   May   5
1898,   Oct. 28
1890, Nov.
1897, Jan. 15
1898, Jan. 14
1891, Nov.   5
Cross, J. W
1897, May
1897, May
1889, Nov.
1896, May
1892, May
1898, Jan.
1897,March
1899, May
11
16
1890, Nov.   8
1886,
1896,
1886,
1886,
1886,
1897,
1896,
1889,
1897,
1886,
1886,
1888,
1886,
1891,
Davie, J. C	
Davis, L. T	
Dickinson, Lindsey F
Duncan, Geo. H   .,
Duncan, J. A	
Drew, Geo. E	
Drysdale, W. Frod.
Elliott, Charles A.
Elkins, S. J	
Ewing, Francis J.
Fagan, C. J.
Farrish, J. C Westminster
Revelstoke..
Victoria...
Nanaimo..
Cowichan.
Dawson City
Victoria	
Westminster
Nanaimo	
Chemainus...
Emerson. Man
Cranbrook.
Westminster.
Farwell, A. A..
Ferguson, A. G.
Findlay, E. R..
Foot, E. C	
Forin, Alexander.
Foster, Geo. M.
Fraser, R. L	
Gibbs, Joseph	
Gibson, Andrew J.
Girdwood, Gilbert.
Gomm, Wm. R.
Gordon, E. P...
Harrison.
Vancouver	
Duncan's	
Nelson	
Greenwood Cy
Victoria.	
Victoria	
Kaslo	
Montreal	
Gordon, Geo. S.
Grant, John. ..
Green, F. W....
Hall, E. A.
July 24
Jan. 16
Nov. 2
June 9
May 15
May 7
May 6
May   9
Sept. 9
Aug. 10
June 1
Feb. 4
May 15
Nov.   5
18
91,  May   7
Hall, F. W	
Hall, G. A. B	
Hall, T. S	
Hanington, E. B. C.
Harrison, H	
Hart, Edward C.
Hartin, Gilbert..
Hasell, E. S	
Hawkey, Richard J
Helmcken, J. D	
Helmcken, J. S	
Henderson, J. C	
Hendrickson, W.N.
Herald, Dundas	
Herald, R. T. W..
Sandon	
Camp
McKinney
Cascade City
C. N. Pass Ry
Victoria.
Victoria s.
Nelson	
Westminster.
Victoria	
Victoria..
Rossland.
Victoria.
Nelson	
Victoria	
Victoria,
Chilllwack.
Qu«snelle Fks.
150 Mile House
M. D. Univ., Manitoba, 1897.
M. D. Univ., California, 1865.
M.D. C. M., Queen's Univ., Canada, 1883.
M- R. C. S., Eng., 1856; M. D., Univ.   St. Andrew's, 1857.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1892.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1884.
M. D. Univ. New York, 1881.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1894.
M. D. Western Univ, London, Canada, 1894.
M. D. C. M., Manitoba Univ., 1894; M. C. P.
& S., Man., 1894.
M. D. M. Ch., Trin. Univ., Toronto, 1890.
B. A., M.B.B.Ch. and L. M. Univ. of Dublin,
1883; L. M. Rotunda Hospital, 1883.
M. D. Univ., Philadelphia, 1890.
M. D. Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1878.
M. D. C. M., Queen's Univ., Kingston, 1887.
M. D. C. M., Univ., Manitoba, 1893.
M. B. Univ. Dublin, 1873; L. R. C. S., Ireland,
1875.
M. D. C. M., Queen's Univ., Canada, 1884;
M. C. P.  & S., Ontario, 1886.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1897.
M. D. Jefferson Med. Coll., Philadelphia, '91.
M. D. C. M., Trinity Univ., Toronto, 18%.
M. B. C. M. Univ., Edin.. 1894.
M. R. C. S., London, 1854; F. C. P. & S., London; Lie. F. C. P. & S., Canada, 1870.
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., New York, 1888.
M. D. C. M., University Victoria, 1890; M. C.
P. & S., Ontario, lfe90.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1897.
M. R. C. S., Eng., 1873;M. D. Vic. Univ., 1861.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1898.
L. R. C. P., Edinburgh, 1884; M. D. C. M.,
Trinity College, Toronto, 1884; L. C. P.
& S., Ont., 1884.
M. D. Coll. Med., Mich., Detroit, 1885.
M. D. Cooper Medical Coll., California, 1895.
M. D. Med. Coll., Mich., Detroit, 1885.
M. D. CM., McGill Univ., 1875.
M. R. C. S., Eng., 1858; Lie. Apoth., London,
1885.
M. D. C. M.. McGill Univ., 1894.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1896.
M. R. C. S.,   Eng ,  1885;  Lie. Soc.   Apoth.,
London, 1883.
M. D. Jefferson Med. Coll., Philadel., 1897.
M. D. Bellevue Medical Coll., N. Y., 1884.
M. R. O. 8., Eng., 1848; Lie. Apoth., Lon., 47.
M. B. C. M., Glasgow Univ., Scotland, 1882.
M. D., Albany Med. Coll., 1868.
M. D. C. M., Roval Med. Coll., Kingston,
Ont., 1891.
M. D. C. M., Queen's Univ., Canada, 1890. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER
Date of
Registration
NAME.
Residence.
QUALIFICATIONS.
1896, Jan. 16
1890,  Feb. 27
1893, Jan. 12
1898, May   6
1899, Feb. 22
1896, Jan. 16
1888, April 18
1889, Nov. 26
1895, Jan. 10
1896, Jan. 1
1888, Nov. 8
1892, Sept.
1897, May
1898, Oct. 28
1895, Jan.   10
1896, Jan. 15
1899, May   6
1898,   Oct. 28
1898,    Oct. 28
1897, Sept.   9
1892,   May   5
1897, Jan. 15
1896,  Jan. 16
1887, Mar.    3
1898, Oct.   28
1899, May   6
1893,   May   4
1886, July 15
1892,   May   5
1897, Jan.  15
1897, Sept.   9
1892, Mar.   3
1887,   Feb.
Hepworth, William G.
Herbert, Sidney	
Holden, Donald B	
Hogle, John H	
Hoops, S. E. Mostyn..
Hoyes, W. Thos	
Irving, Duncan Bell..
Jack, W. D. Brydone.
Jakes, R. WT	
Jeffs, T. W	
Johnson, Geo. D.
Jones, O.M 	
Jones, Annie Verth...
Keith, W. Dow Vancouver...
Victoria	
Surg. Cariboo
Mine,Quesnlle
Discoverv,
Atlin..
Trail	
Vancouver.
Vancouver	
GreenwoodCty
and Midway
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Victoria	
Rossland	
Kellar, H. L. A	
Kenning, Angus W..
Kenny, F. J	
King, J. H	
Kingston, C. M	
Kirby, Haider Smith.
Lambert, T. W	
Lambert, William   H.
Langley, Alfred F	
Langis, H. E	
Large, R. W	
Lewis, Gustave.
Lawrence, Robert
Lefevre, J. M	
Lebau, David	
Lindsay, Neville I.
Lucas, Melville F.
Maclean, Charles.
Maclean, I. M	
Ymir	
Rossland..
Kamloops.
Cranbropk...
Shoal Bay..
Ottawa 	
Vancouver .
Atlin	
Vancouver.
Bella Bella.
Atlin
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Nelson	
Calgary N.W
Duncan's	
Vancouver.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1894.
M. R. C. S., Eng., 1889; L. R. C. P., London,
1889.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1891; B. A., McGill Univ., 1889.
M. D. CM., McGill Univ., 1895; M. C & S.,
Quebec.
L. R. C. S. L, 1874; L. R. C P. I., 1875; L. M.
R. C P. I., 1875; L. M. Rotunda Hosp., '74.
M. D.. Univ., Manitoba, 1895.
Lie. Coll. P., London, 1883; M. R. C S., Eng.,
1883.
B. A., Univ. of NewBruns'k, 1879; Lie. R. C,
Edinburgh, 1884; Lie. R. C Surgeons,
Edinburgh, 1884.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1893.
M.B., Toronto Univ., 1895.
M. R. C. S., Eng., 1883; L.R.C.P., Lon., 1883.
M. R. 0. S., Eng., 1887;  M. R. C P., London,
1889; F. R. C, Surgeons, Eng., 1889.
M. D. C   M.,   Trin.   Univ.,   Toronto,   1896;
Grad. Woman's Medical Coll., Ontario,
• 1896; M. C P. & S., Ontario, 1896.
M. D., Toronto Univ., 1895; M. C. P. & S.,
Ont., 1895; M. R.CS.&M.R.C.P., Eng., '96,
M. R. C S.„ L. R. C P., Eng. 1894.
M. D. Detroit School of Medicine, 1895.
M. D. Nt. Western Univ. Med. School, Chicago, 1897; B. A. Royal Univ. Ireland,'88.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1895; M. C P.
S., New Brunswick, 1895.
M. D. C. M., Trin. Univ., Toronto, 1894; M.
C P. & S., Ont., 1894.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1897.
M. B. B. C, Cambridge Univ., Eng., 1889; M
R.CS.,&L.R.CP., London, Eng., 1890.
M. B.,   Toronto  Univ.,  1893;   M. C P. &S.,
Ontario, 1893.
M. D. C M. McGill Univ., 1892.
M. D., Victoria Univ., Canada, 1883.
M. D. C M., Trinity Univ., Toronto, 1897 ;F.
T. M.   C,   1897; M. C P. & S., Ont., 1897.
M. D. C M., Bishop's Univ., Montreai,£895;
L. C. P. & S., Edin., 1896;   L. F. P. & S.,
Glasgqw, 1896; M. C P & S., Que., 1896.
M. D. Victoria Univ., Canada, 1871.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ.,   1879; M. C P. &
S., Ont., 1879;   M. R. C S., Eng., 1896.
M. D. Coll. Phys.&Surgns., New York, 1880.
M. D.  0. M., Trinity Med.  Coll., Toronto,
1874; M. C. P. & S. Ontario, 1874; M. C. P.
& S., North West Territory, 1890.
M. D. C M., Trinity Univ., Toronto, 1892; M.
CP. &S., Ont., 1892.
M. B. C M. Univ. of Aberdeen, Scotland, '87.
B. A., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, N. S., 1879;
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1884. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER.
Date of
Registration
NAME.
Residence.
QUALIFICATIONS.
1891,
1898,
1899,
1886,
1898,
1887,
1898,
1886,
1887,
Nov.
Jan.
May
Oct.
May
Feb.
May
Aug.
Jan.
1896, Sept.
1898,
1892,
1691,
May
Sept.
Nov.
1896,  Jan. 16
1893,
1898,
Jan.
May
1893,   May   4
1898,
1893,
Oct.
Sept.
1893, Feb.
1895, Jan. 9
1890, May 8
1887, Feb. 3
1897,  Jan. 15
1894,  May 11
1893, Sept.   8
1886, Sept. 30
1889, Aug.   7
1898, July 25
1887, April 4
1886, July 28
1898, Oct.   26
1888,  Nov.   8
1897,  May   7
McLeod, D	
Malloch, John O. W.
Manchester, G. H....
McAlpine, D. L	
McAlpine, Jno Alex I
McDougall, &	
McEwen, Morton.D...
McGuigan, W. J	
Mclnnes, T. R	
McKenzie, J.	
McKibbon, Rupert E..
McKechnie, L. N	
McKechnie, R. E,	
McKechnie, Wm B....
McLean, Ernest H. S.
McNaughton, Jas.Alx
McNeill, Mary 	
McPhee, L. F....
McPhillips, F. X
Metherell, Samuel A
Millard, H. P	
Mills, John A	
Milne, G. L	
Dawson City
Toronto 	
Westminster
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Victoria	
Rossland.
Steveston .
Vancouver
Nanaimo..
Revelstoke..
Revelstoke..
Vancouver..
Victoria.
Vancouver.
Vancouver.
Oomox
Vancouver
Victoria...
Monro, Alexanders.. Atlin,
Montague, Walter H.
Morris, Osborne
Morrison, R. R..
Newcombe, C F	
Norton, Taylor, Arthr
O'Brien, R. S. B	
Offerhaus. E.J	
Oppenheimer, S. S.
Pearse, A. W.
Pearson, J. M
1899,  May   6 Philips, W.M.
1894,  Dec.   5
1896, Sept.    1
1893, Sept.   8
Philpot, H. J
Pohl, Emil...
Poole, Alfred
Vernon..
Victoria.
Victoria,
M. D. C. M., Victoria Univ., 1889;  M.  D. C
M., Trin. Coll., Toronto, 1889.
B. A., 1891; M. B., Toronto Univ., 1896; L. C
P. &S..1896.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1894; M. C. P. &
S., Que., 1898.
M. B.,   Univ., Toronto,   1863; M. C. P. & S.
Ont., 1866.
M. D., Marion Sims' Univ., St. Louis, 1898.
M. D. C. M., Glasgow, Scotland, 1873.
B. A., M. D., Univ., Manitoba, 1897.
M. D.C.M., McGill 1879; M C.P.&S., Ont., '89.
M. D., Bennett Coll. Med., 1869; Rush Med.
Coll., Chicago, 1869; M. C P. &S., Ont.,1873.
M. D.C M., McGill, 1884;  L.  R.  C P.   & S.,
Edin., 1885; L. M., 1885; L. F. C P. & S.,
Glasgow, 1885.
M. B., Univ., Toronto, 1897.
M. B., Toronto Univ., 1892.
M. D. C M., McGill I'niv., 1890;   Lie.    Coll.
Physicians and Surgeons, Quebec, 1891.
M.   B.,   Univ.,  Toronto,   1895;   M. D. C M.,
Trinitv Tniv., 1895.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1891.
M.   B..   Univ.,   Toronto, 1893; M. C P. & S.,
Ont., 1893.
M. D., Woman s Hospital,   Med. Coll., Chicago, 1891.
M D. C. M., I'niv., Manitoba, 1898.
M. D., Univ.,   Manitoba, 1889; M. C P & S.,
Manitoba, 1890; B. A., Univ., Manitoba,
1886.
M. B., Toronto Univ., 1891; M. P. & S., Ont.,
1892.
Fel.  Trin.   Med.   Coll.,  1890; M.  D. C M.,
Univ., Trin. Coll., 1890.
M. D., Victoria Univ., Canada, 1880; C M.,
Vic. Univ., Canada, 1882; M. D., Toronto
Univ., 1890.
M. D. C. M., Univ., Manitoba,1896.
Registered under Imperial Act, Certificate
dated Aug. 9th, 1882.
M. D. C M., McGill I'niv., 1890.
M. D., Mich. Coll., Detroit, 1882.
M. B., Univ. of Aberdeen, 1873; M. D., Univ.
of Aberdeen, 1878.
M. R. C. S., Eng., 1874; Lie. R.  C. P., Edin.,
1875.
Nanaimo    M. D. C M., McGill Univ.. 1873.
Spallumcheen Cert. Cniv. Gromagen, Naderland, lS'i
Greenwood Cy M.. D. C M.. McGill Univ., 1898.
 M. R. C.S., Eng., 1886; L. R. C. P., Lon., '86.
Vancouver.., .|M. D. C M., Tnn. Univ., Toronto, 1897; Fel.
Trin. Med. Coll., 1897.
M.B.M.Ch., Univ., Aberdeen, 1895; Diploma
in Pub. Health, 1897;M. C. P.& 8., Ont., 1898.
Reg. under Imperial Act.
Atlin.. .1 Diploma from Oregon Univ., 1893.
Vancouver M. D. 0. M., McGill, '86; LC. P. &S.,Que.,'86.
Atlin	
Vancouvei
va THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER.
Date of
Registration
NAME.
Residence.
QUALIFICATIONS.
1886, June   4
1895, Nov.   7
1896, Sept.   4
1894, April 27
1897, Jan. 15
1887. Feb.   3
1888, Nov. 8
1888, Nov.   8
1899, May 6
1887, June 10
1898, Oct. 28
1895, Sept. ^
1893, May 4
1898,   July  7
1897, Jan. 15
1897, Sept.   9
1887, Nov.    I
29
1898,
1897,
Feb.
May
1897, Sept.   9
1895,
1897,
1897,
Jan.
April
May
Powell, I. W	
Power, Pierce H	
Proctor, Arthur P..
Pybus, John Alfred
Red dick, Robert.
Redmond, W	
Reinhard, Wilhelm...
Richardson, W. A	
Riggs,H. W	
Robertson, A. M	
Robertson, H, M	
Robinson,   R.  R	
Rogers, F. J. Bruce.
Victoria	
Sandon	
Kamloops	
Alberni ,...
Rossland,
Vernon	
Dawson City
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Victoria	
Rolston, P. W Clayoquot.
Roth well, Edwin J.
Ryan, Joseph P....
Sanson, George.
Trail.
Schon, James Edward
Senior, Harold D	
10
4
7
1892, Jan. 2
1886, NOV. 3
1897,
1889,
Jan.
Nov.
15
16
1898, Jan. 14
1892,
1897,
1886,
1889,
1895,
1897,
1893,
1886,
1893,
May
Jan.
June
May
May
Jan.
May
Sept.
Oct.
Senkler, William Ivan
Simpson, F. W.
Simpson, J. K.
Sinclair, A. C..
Slogget, Henry Chas,
Smith, W. A. D	
Smith, Stanley, R. B.
Smyth, William	
Spankie, JamesErnest
Sproule, R. E	
Staples, Clire A	
Stevenson, E	
Strothers, W. T. .
Sutherland, A. A.
Sutherland, I. A .
Sutton, Alfred Martin
Sweat, J. A	
Symonds, Geo. H. H
1894,   Jan. 10
1898,   Oct. 28
1889, Dec. 20
1890, April 18
1893,   May   4
Taylor, James Norm'n
Telford, Robert	
Tnomas, A. H	
Kaslo.
Clinton	
Greenwood Cy
Rossland	
Vancouver	
Rossland.
Honolulu
Westminster.
Grand Forks.
Halcyon    Hot
Springs, B C.
Union	
Vancouver.
Blaine	
Nicola Lake.
Nelson	
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1860.
Imperial Act.
M. D. CM., Univ., Manitoba, 1896.
L. R. C S., Edin., 1878; L. R.C P.,Edin., 1878.
M. D. C M.. McGill Univ., 1874.
L. R.C. S.,  Edinburgh, 1881; L. R. C  P.,
London, 1880; M. C P. & S., Ont., 1882.
Univ. Basil, Switzerland, 1882.
M. B., Univ. Toronto,  1886; L.  O. P. & S.,
Ont., 1886.
M. D. C. M., Univ., Manitoba, 1898.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1885.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1897.
M. D. C M., Queen's Univ., 1892.
M. D. C. M., Trinitv Univ., Toronto, 1889.
M. R. C S., Eng.   1853; L.  S. A., London,
1853; M. C P.'&S., Man., 1883.
M. B., Univ., Toronto, 1896.
M. D. C M., Univ., Toronto.
M. C. P. S., Ontario, 1886; M. D.C.M., Univ.,
Victoria Coll., Canada, 1886.
M. R. C S., Eng., 1868; L. S. A., London, '76.
M. R. C S., Eng., L. R. C P., Eng., 1892; M.
B., Durham, 1895; F. R. C S., 1895.
M. B., Univ., Toronto, 1891; L. R. C. P. & S.,
Edin. and Glasgow, 1892.
Cooper Med. Coll., San Francisco, 1894.
M. D., Univ., Minnesota, 1894.
M. D., Victoria Univ., Toronto, 1863; M. C.
P. & S., Ontario, 1866; M. C. P. &S. Manitoba, 1880.
Lie. R.C S.,  Edin., 1878; L. R. C P., Edin.,
1878; M. D. C M., Glasgow Univ., 1878; M.
D., Glasgow Univ., 1882.
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1884; L. C P. &
S., Quebec, 1895.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1896.
L. R. C S., I., 1881; L. M. R. C S., L, 1881 ;L.
• M., Univ., Dublin, 1880.
M. D. C M.,Queen's Univ., Kingston, 1891;
P. H.  S., Toronto, 1892;  M.  C. P. & S.,
Ont., 1892.
B. A. M.B., Dublin Univ., Ireland, 1882; L.
M., Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, 1883.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1896.
M. C P. & S., Ontario, 1879.
M. D., Rich. Med. Coll., Richmond, Va., '68.
M D. C M., Trinity Univ., Toronto, 1891.
M. D. C. M., Trinity Coll., Toronto,• 1896; M.
C P. & S., Ontario, 1896.
M.R.CS.,Eng.,'85;M.B.,Univ.,London,'85.
M. D,, Bowden Coll. Med., Maine, 1880.
M. B., Univ., Edin., 1884; M.D.,Univ., Edin.,
1892.
Thompson, A	
Titus, Herman F.
Golden	
Nanaimo...  .
222SansomeSt
San Francisco
Seattle.
M. D. C M., McGill Univ.,1892.
M. D.C.1L, McGill Univ., 1898.
M. B., Edin. Univ.; C   M., Edin. Univ.;B.
Sc, Edin.Univ.; Lie. Mid.Rotunda,Dub.
M. D. C M., Edinburgh, 1889.
M. D., Harvard Univ., 1890. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL REGISTER.
Date of
Registration
NAME.
Residence.
QUALIFICATIONS.
1891,  May
7
Tunstall, Charles A...
Barkerville ...
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1891.
18s6, June
4
Tunstall, S.J	
Vancouver....
M. D. C. M., McGill Univ., 1875; B. A., McGill Univ., 1873; M. C & S., Que., 1875.
1894, May
25
Underbill, Fred Theo.
Vancouver	
L. R. C P., Edin., 1881; L. R. C S., & L. M.,
Edin., 1881; F. R. 0. S., Edin., 1884; B. B.
H., Edin., and Glasgow, 1897.
1886, May
29
Wade, M. S	
Kamloops	
M. D., Fort Wayne Med. Coll, 1882; M. D.,
Univ. California, 1889.
1886, June
2
WTalkem, W. W	
Nanaimo	
M. D. C M., Queen's i'niv., Canada, 1873; 0,
M., Queen's Univ., Canada, 1874.
1889,   Oct.
8
Walker, Richard Edn.
Westminster..
M. D. C M., Trinity Univ., Toronto, J888; L.
R. C. P. & S., Edm., 1888; L. S. P. & S., Glas,
gow, 1888; M. C P.  & S., Ont., 1888; Fel.
Trin. Med. Coll.. Toronto, 1888.
1893, Sept.
8
Wasson, Hilliard J..
Wellington)...
M. D. C M., McGil Univ., 1892.
1890, Nov.
8
Watson, A. M	
Alberni	
M. D., Edin. Univ., 1864; M. R. C S., Eng.,
1865.
Nov. 8,   li
590
Watt, A. T	
Victoria	
M. B., Toronto Univ.,   1890;   M    D. C   M.,
Univ. Vic. Coll., 1890.
1886, June
4
Watt, Hugh	
Fort Steele	
M. D., Victoria Univ., Canada, 1880; C M.,
Univ. Vic, Canada, 1881; M. C P. & S.,
Ontario, 1880; M. D., Toronto Univ., '90.
1895,  Jan.
5
Weld, Octavius	
Vancouver	
B. A., Toronto Univ., 1883; M. B., Toronto
Univ., 1886; L. S. A., London, Eng., 1887;
L. R. C P., London, Eng., 1889.
1894,  Jan.
2
Westwood, John	
Grand Forks..
L. K. &Q. C P., Ireland, 1887;  L.  R. C  P.,
Edin., 1888; L. R. C S., Edin., 1888;  L. F. P.
S., Glasgow, 1888.
1897,   May
7
White, Reginald B....
Fairview	
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1896.
1894,   May
26
Williams, Albert
Vancouver	
M. B. Aberdeen Univ., 1868; M. D.Aberdeen Univ., 1872.
1894,   May
0
Williams, HughGer'ld
Vernon	
M. D. C M., Queen's Univ., Kingston, Ont.,
April, 1*94.
1891, Nov.
5
Williams, J. R	
Ashcroft	
M. R. C S , Eng., 1890; L R. C R., Lon., '90.
1893,   May
1889, Nov.
4
1
Williamson, Wm. P...
M. D. C M., McGill Univ.. 1891.
Wilson, David  H	
Vancouver	
M. B., Toronto Univ., 1878; M. B., Trinity
Univ., 1878.
1891, Nov.
5
Wilson, J. A. K	
Ladner	
M. D. C M., McGill Univ., 1885; L. R. C. P.,
Edin., 1887; L. R. C S., Edin., 1887; L. F.
P. & S., Edin., 1887.
1898,  May
6
Wilson, Thos. A lex...
Kamloops	
M. D., IIosp., Coll. of Med., Louisville, Ken.,
1895.
1898   May
6
4
6
15
Wilson,  Thos	
Vancouver	
M. D., Univ., Manitoba, 1897.
1896,  Sept
1890,  May
Witter, Frank P .
M. D., Univ. Michigan, 1887.
Willson, W. H	
Fernie	
Vancouver ...
M. D., Univ., Manitoba, 1898.
1897, Jan.
Young, Geo. P	
M.-D. 0. M., Univ., Manitoba, 1895.    

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