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Public Health Law (L. 1893, ch. 661), $ 116. on the resident medical staff of any legally incorporated hospital; or any legally registered dentist exclusively engaged in practicing dentistry; or any manufacturer of artificial eyes, limbs or orthopedic instruments or trusses in fitting such instruments on persons in need thereof; or any lawfully qualified physician in other states or countries meeting legally registered physicians in this state in consultation;, or any physician residing on a border of a neighboring state and duly authorized under the laws thereof to practice medicine therein, whose practice extends into this state, and who does not open an office or appoint a place to meet patients or receive calls within this state; or any physician duly registered in one county called to attend isolated cases in another county, but not residing or habitually practicing therein. This article shall be construed to repeal all acts or parts of acts authorizing conferment of any degree in medicine causa honoris or ad eundum or otherwise than on students duly graduated after satisfactory completion of a preliminary medical course not less than that required by this article, as a condition of license. (Amended by L. 1904, ch. 211, in effect April 4, 1904.)

§ 166. Examinations; dentists.— Subdivision 4, amended by L. 1902, ch. 210, in effect March 25, 1902, as follows:

4. Subsequently to receiving such preliminary education either has been graduated in course with a dental degree from a registered dental school, or else, having been graduated in course from a registered medical school with a degree of doctor of medicine, has pursued thereafter a course of special study of dentistry for at least two years in a registered dental school and received therefrom its degree of doctor of dental surgery, or else holds a diploma or license conferring full right to practice dentistry in some foreign country and granted by some registered authority. Provided that any person who then being a bona fide student of dentistry in this state under private preceptorship was entitled to file on or before the thirty-first day of July eighteen hundred and ninetyfive with the secretary of the state dental society a certificate of study under private preceptorship may at any time prior to the first day of January nineteen hundred and four upon sworn proof of such fact file such a certificate with the regents and thereupon be admitted to examination before the board. Any member of the board may inquire of any applicant for examination concern

Public Health Law (L. 1893, ch. 661), S 190.

ing his qualifications and may take testimony of any one in regard thereto, under oath, which he is hereby empowered to administer. (Amended by L. 1901, ch. 215, and L. 1902, ch. 210, in effect March 25, 1902.)

$ 190. State board of pharmacy.- Subdivisions 2 and 4, amended by L. 1902, ch. 218, in effect March 26, as follows:

Subd. 2. The state board of pharmacy shall consist of fifteen members, five members from each of the above named sections. No person shall be eligible for election to the state board of pharmacy, unless he be a citizen of the state of New York and a resident and licensed pharmacist of that section of the state from which elected, and, if elected from the eastern section, unless he also be a member of an incorporated pharmaceutical society or association as provided in subdivision four immediately following. (Amended by L. 1900, ch. 667, and L. 1902, ch. 218, in effect March 26, 1902.)

Subd. 4. The election of the members of said state board of pharmacy for the eastern section shall occur in the month of June of each year. The state board of pharmacy shall designate a date in said month and a place in the borough of Manhattan and a place in the borough of Brooklyn for said election and shall give fifteen days' notice of said time and place to the societies or associations in said section, hereinafter described. At the time and place so designated in the borough of Manhattan three members for said section shall be elected, and no person shall be eligible for election, or to vote at such election, unless he be a resident of one of the counties of New York or Westchester and a member of the New York state pharmaceutical association, provided he be a licensed pharmacist or druggist, or of an incorporated pharmaceutical association or society in one of said counties, whose members are required to be licensed pharmacists or druggists. At the time and place designated as aforesaid in the borough of Brooklyn, two members for said section shall be elected and no person shall be eligible for election, or to vote at such election, unless he be a resident of one of the other counties in said section and a member of the New York state pharmaceutical association, provided he be a licensed pharmacist or druggist, or of one of the incorporated pharmaceutical associations or societies in said other counties, whose members are required to be licensed pharmacists or Public Health Law (L. 1893, ch. 661). $ 194, druggists. The election of the members of the state board of pharmacy for the western section shall occur at a meeting of the licensed pharmacists and druggists residing in such section, to be held in the month of June of each year, called by the Erie county pharmaceutical association at the Buffalo college of pharmacy, or at such other place as may be designated by the state board of pharmacy, and such election shall be by ballot. The election of the members of the state board of pharmacy for the middle section shall occur at the annual meeting of the state pharmaceutical association, at which meeting all licensed pharmacists and druggists residing in such middle section are entitled to vote, and such election shall be by ballot. (Amended by L. 1900, ch. 667, and L. 1902, ch. 218, in effect March 26, 1902.)

§ 194. Licenses of state board; pharmacists.- Subdivision 6, amended by L. 1904, ch. 554, in effect January 1, 1905, as follows:

Subd. 6. Except as specified in a preceding section no person shall be granted a license as a licensed pharmacist, until he shall have made written application to the board, setting forth by affidavit that he is of the age of twenty-one years, or upwards, that he has had at least four years' practical experience where drugs, medicines and poisons were dispensed and retailed and prescriptions compounded, of which experience one year must have been had within the five years last preceding the date of such application, in a pharmacy or store in the United States under the personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist, and until he shall have presented to the said board the diploma of any pharmacy school, college or department of a university maintaining a two years' course in pharmacy, and upon the request or with the approval of said board registered by the regents of the university of the state of New York as legally incorporated and as maintaining a proper pharmacy standard, provided such pharmacy school, college or department of a university shall require as a condition for entrance a satisfactory examination in subjects designated by said regents of not less than twelve regents' counts or an educational equivalent acceptable to said regents, and until he shall have paid such license fee as is fixed by said board not exceeding the sum of ten dollars, and until he shall have passed an examination satisfactory to said board for the granting of such license; provided, however, that in place of the diploma above provided for the said Public Health Law (L. 1893, ch. 661), 206. board may in its discretion accept the certificate of the board of pharmacy of any other state, issued prior to January first, nineteen hundred and five, showing that the person to whom said certificate was issued was upon an examination equivalent to any examination conducted by the said board licensed or otherwise authorized to practice pharmacy in the jurisdiction of the board of pharmacy issuing said certificate. (Subdivision amended by L. 1904, ch. 554, in effect January 1, 1905.)

ARTICLE XII.
(Added by L. 1903, ch. 293.)

REGISTRATION OF NURSES.

Section 206. Who may practice as registered nurses.

207. Board of examiners; examination; fees.
208. Waiver of examination.
209. Violations of article.

§ 206. Who may practice as registered nurses.- Any resident of the state of New York, being over the age of twenty-one years and of good moral character holding a diploma from a training school for nurses connected with a hospital or sanitarium giving a course of at least two years, and registered by the regents of the university of the state of New York as maintaining in this and other respects proper standards, all of which shall be determined by the said regents, and who shall have received from the said regents a certificate of his or her qualifications to practice as a registered nurse, shall be styled and known as a registered nurse, and no other person shall assume such title, or use the abbreviation R. N. or any other words, letters or figures to indicate that the person using the name is such a registered nurse. Before beginning to practice nursing every such registered nurse shall cause such certificate to be recorded in the county clerk's office of the county of his or her residence with an affidavit of his or her identity as the person to whom the same was so issued and of his or her place of residence within such county. In the month of January, nineteen hundred and six, and in every thirty-sixth month thereafter, every registered nurse shall again cause his or her certificate to be recorded in the said county clerk's office, with an affidavit of his or her identity as the person to whom the same was issued, and of his or her place of residence at the time of such re-registration.

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Public Health Law (L. 1893, ch. 661), SS 207, 208. Nothing contained in this act shall be considered as conferring any authority to practice medicine or to undertake the treatment or cure of disease in violation of article eight of this chapter. (Added by L. 1903, ch. 293, in effect April 24, 1903.)

§ 207. Board of examiners; examination; fees.- Upon the taking effect of this act, the New York State Nurses' association shall nominate for examiners ten of their members who have had not less than five years experience in their profession, and at each annual meeting of said association thereafter, two other candidates. The regents of the university of the state of New York shall appoint a board of five examiners from such list. One member of said board shall be appointed for one year, one for two years, one for three years, one for four years, and one for five years. Upon the expiration of the term of office of any examiner the said regents shall likewise fill the vacancy for a term of five years and until his or her successor is chosen. An unexpired term of an examiner caused by death, resignation or otherwise, shall be filled by the regents in the same manner as an original appointment is made. The said regents, with the advice of the board of examiners above provided for, shall make rules for the examination of nurses applying for certification under this act, and shall charge for examination and for certification a fee of five dollars to meet the actual ex: penses, and shall report annually their receipts and expenditures under the provisions of this act, to the state comptroller, and pay the balance of receipts over expenditures to the state treasurer. The said regents may revoke any such certificate for sufficient cause after written notice to the holder thereof and hearing thereon. No persons shall thereafter practice as a registered nurse under any such revoked certificate. (Added by L. 1903, ch. 293, in effect April 24, 1903.)

$ 208. Waiver of examinations.— The regents of the university of the State of New York, may upon the recommendation of said board of examiners, waive the examination of any persons possessing the qualifications mentioned in section two hundred and six, who shall have been graduated before, or who are in training at the time of, the passage of this act and shall hereafter be graduated, and of such persons now engaged in the practice of nursing as have had three years' experience in a general hospital prior to the passage of this act, who shall apply in writing for such certificate within

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