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Toepel, M. G.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1962
(1962)

Administrative branch,   pp. [371]-[548] PDF (54.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
each of whom has been a continuous resident in and practitioner
of chiropractic in the state for the preceding 3 years. The term
of office is 6 years and the board elects a chairman, secretary, and
superintendent of examinations. It is also empowered to employ
an investigator.
  Functions of the Board.
  1. Receives and acts on all applications for license.
  2. Examines, grants, suspends, and revokes licenses.
  3. Disciplines its members.
  4. Enforces the law as it appears in the statutes.
  5. Regulates advertising and educational literature on the sub-
     ject.
               CIVIL DEFENSE, BUREAU OF
Director: WILLIAM K. CHIPMAN.
Deputy Director: JOHN W. FITZPATRICK.
State Civil Defense Council: GOVERNOR GAYLORD A. NELSON, chairman;
    LIEUTENANT   GOVERNOR  WARREN   P. KNOWLES, vice    chairman;
    SENATOR GERALD D. LORGE; ASSEMBLYMAN ROBERT 0. UEHLING;
    heads of civil defense services selected by the director: NORMAN
    H. BLUME (communications expert), HARVEY 0. GRASSE (Highway
    Department), JAMES L. KARNS (Motor Vehicle Department), CARL
    N. NEUPERT (Board of Health), WILBUR J. SCHMIDT (Department
    of Public Welfare); civil defense area leaders selected by the
    Governor: ROMAN P. DENISSEN, GLENN R. DOUGLAS, LAWRENCE M.
    HAGEN, WILLIAM C. HANSEN, HENRY W. MAIER, HENRY E. REYNOLDS,
    BJARNE R. ULLSVIK, EDWARD A. WOLESKE, 2 vacancies. WILLIAM
    K. CHIPMAN, JOHN W. FITZPATRICK (ex officio).
Office: 110 S. Dickinson St., Madison.
Publications: Wisconsin Operational Survival Plan; Civil Defense
    News Bulletin; Civil Defense Film Library List; Surplus Prop-
    erty Regulations No. 2; An Institutional Planning Manual for
    Civil Defense and Natural Disasters; Instructor's Guide - Basic
    Emergency Welfare Services for Civil Defense; Emergency Wel-
    fare Service - Operational Procedures and Policies; Instructor's
    Qualification Check List; NAWAS Warning Standard Operation
    Procedure; State Civil Defense Administrative Plan; Activities
    for Women Volunteers in Civil Defense; Civil Defense Public
    Information (A Guide for County and Local PIO's); State of
    Wisconsin Communications Operations Manual for Civil Defense
    Control Centers.
  History. The Bureau of Civil Defense was created as the Office
of Civil Defense by Chapter 443, Laws 1951. Chapter 377, Laws
1955, expanded its powers and broadened its activities. Chapter
628, Laws 1959, enacted after detailed study by an interim com-
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