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Information on Minnesota State Agencies, Boards, Task Forces, and Commissions
Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library
Basic Sciences Board of Examiners
Examined and licensed persons wishing to practice healing in the fields of anatomy, bacteriology, chemistry, hygiene, pathology, and physiology in Minnesota; and prescribed rules and regulations for examination.
The Basic Sciences Examiners Board, established by the legislature in 1927 (Laws 1927 c149), examined and licensed persons wishing to practice healing in the fields of anatomy, bacteriology, chemistry, hygiene, pathology, and physiology; and prescribed rules and regulations for examination.
The board was abolished in 1974 (Laws 1974 c224) and its duties were consolidated with various other state health licensing boards.
The five-member board consisted of two professors and three doctors currently practicing healing. Members were appointed to six-year terms by the governor with the consent of the senate
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