Amendment of Chiropractic Initiative Act, Submitted by Legislature. Increases Board of Chiropractic Examiners from five members to seven. Increases per diem of board members. Authorizes suspension or• revocation of chiropractic licenses for described types of unprofessional conduct, such as employment of unlicensed or suspended practitioner in treating the sick, procurement of abortions, untrue or misleading advertising, payment for procuring patients, willful neglect of patients. Requires chiropractors annually to take 16 hours of postgraduate study as condition of license renewal. Exempts chiropractors in armed forces from payment of license renewal fees.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 1826747; A: 45.8; N: 2164197; B: 54.2
Donald L. Grunsky, Assemblyman, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties
Homer York, D.C., President Chiropractic Institute of California, California State Representative International Chiropractors Assn.
CHIROPRACTORS California Proposition 17 (1952).