Licensed to practice the supreme court defines the american medical profession by james c mohr joel d howell james c mohr licensed to practice the supreme court defines the american medical profession baltimore johns hopkins university press 2013 viii 216 pp ill 2195 978 1 4214 1142 2. Licensed to practice describes the contentious and forgotten struggle to pass west virginias physician licensing law in 1881 west virginia was not the first state to deal with regulation of the medical profession nor was it a center of medical science and learning but its physician licensing law was recognized as a landmark at the time 1 perhaps more importantly this law set the legal . Licensed to practice begins with an 1891 shooting in wheeling west virginia that left one doctor dead and another on trial for his life formerly close friends the doctors had fallen out over the issue of medical licensing historian james c mohr calls the murder a sorry personal consequence of . This video is unavailable watch queue queue watch queue queue. Us supreme court american medical assn v united states 317 us 519 1943 american medical association v united states whether a physicians practice of his profession constitutes trade under 3 of the sherman act p nevertheless it is not our province to define the purpose of congress apart from what it has said in its
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