(1) Any person manufacturing or selling, as merchandise in a duly established mercantile
establishment, shoes or appliances designed and intended to equalize pressure on different
parts of the foot, or the sale by any licensed druggist of plasters, salves, and lotions
for corns, warts, callosities and bunions, provided such persons shall make no diagnosis
or recommendation and shall prescribe no remedy or treatment;
(2) Or interfere in any manner with the practice of any person whose religion treats
or administers to the sick or suffering by purely spiritual means, nor with any individual's
selection of any such person;
(3) Physicians licensed by the State Board of Medical Examiners of this state;
(4) Surgeons of the United States Army, Navy, United States Department of Veterans
Affairs, and United States Public Health Service, when in actual performance of their
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