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Seite 15 - Assembly, that from and after the passage of this act it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the practice of dentistry in the State of...
Seite 13 - Georgia, unless said person has graduated and received a diploma from the Faculty of a Dental College, chartered under the authority of some one of the United States or foreign governments, or shall have obtained a license from a Board of Dentists, duly authorized and appointed by this Act, to issue such license.
Seite 14 - Jersey for a fee, or reward, shall be liable to indictment, and, on conviction, shall be fined not less than fifty, or more than three hundred dollars ; provided, that nothing in this act shall be construed to prevent any person from extracting teeth ; and provided further, that none of the provisions of this act shall apply to regular licensed physicians and surgeons.
Seite 14 - That on trial of such indictment it shall be incumbent on the defendant to show that he has authority, under the law, to practice dentistry to exempt himself from such penalty.
Seite 14 - Examiners to collect from all who receive the certificate to practice dentistry the sum of thirty dollars each ; of which sum, if there be any remaining after liquidating necessary expenses, the balance shall be paid into the treasury of the said Pennsylvania State Dental Society, to be kept as a fund for the more perfect carrying out of the provisions of this act...
Seite 147 - ... workshops regularly driven by electro-motors. The great value of electro-motors arises — 1st. From their portability, seeing that they need only be connected by means of a pair of thin flexible wires with the main supply cables. 2nd. From their small weight per horse-power developed by them. 3rd. From the possibility of their being used at a considerable distance from the prime mover. 4th. From their working to the best advantage when run fast, and so being especially suitable for driving quick-moving...