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No person to
engage in practice of dentistry
who shall keep a record of their official proceedings, and copies of said record certified by him shall be legal evidence. The comptroller shall provide a suitable place in the capitol for said commissioners. The commissioners shall meet in July of each year and at such other times as they shall designate. They shall give due notice of every meeting for the examination of candidates by advertising the time and place thereof for one month in three dental journals circulating in this state. They may make rules of procedure for the regulation of all applications and hearings before them. Said commissioners shall make an annual report of their proceedings to the governor.
SEC. 4. Section three of said chapter is hereby amended without license. by striking out, commencing in the fifth line thereof, the words pursuant to the laws in force at the time of their license or registration" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "in the manner provided by said commissioners," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: No person shall engage in the practice of dentistry unless such person shall have first obtained from said commissioners a license. This section, however, shall not apply to persons engaged in the practice of dentistry who registered as dentists in this state prior to December 1, 1902, in the manner provided by said commissioners.
Requisites of application for li
and use of ser
vices of assist
physician or surgeon.
SEC. 5. Section four of said chapter is hereby amended by inserting after the word "degree" in the fifth line thereof the word "and" and by striking out, commencing in the sixth line, the words " and recognized by the national association of dental examiners," so that said section as amended shall read as follows: Every application for such license shall be in writing, signed by the applicant, and no license shall issue to any person unless he shall have received a diploma or other sufficient certificate of graduation from some reputable dental college, or medical college conferring a dental degree and having a department of dentistry, or unless he shall have spent five years under the instruction of a licensed or registered dentist, or unless he shall have had at least three years' continuous practice as a legally qualified dentist. All requisites under this clause shall be proven by documentary evidence, which shall accompany the application for examination.
SEC. 6. Section eleven of said chapter is hereby amended ant operator by to read as follows: All unlicensed assistants who, on January 1, 1907, were actually employed in performing dental operations on patients in the office of a duly registered or licensed dentist may register their names with the dental commissioners prior to October 1, 1907, upon the presentation of the affidavit of two registered or licensed dentists, stating the name and address of such applicant and the length of time he or she has
been so employed, in such form as the dental commissioners shall prescribe. Any person so registered, as aforesaid, may perform dental operations on patients in the office of a licensed or registered dentist and under the immediate personal supervision of such registered or licensed dentist, but not otherwise. The provisions of this chapter shall not prevent a physician or surgeon, practicing as such, from the performance of any operation in dentistry on a patient under his charge, nor a visiting clinician at a meeting of a regularly organized dental society from performing dental operations, nor an assistant of a registered or licensed dentist from performing the so-called operation of cleaning teeth.
SEC. 7. Section twelve of said chapter is hereby amended unlicensed asby striking out all of said section and inserting in lieu thereof sistant. the following: "No registered or licensed dentist shall employ an unlicensed assistant for independent dental operations except under the conditions provided in section eleven." SEC. 8. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved, August 1, 1907.
[Substitute for Senate Bill No. 5.]
An Act concerning the Establishment of Free Public Schools for Instruction in the Principles and Practice of Trades.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in
General Assembly convened:
SECTION 1. Any town or school district may, by vote of such How school may town or district, establish and maintain a free public school for Terms of admisinstruction in the principles and practice of such distinct trades as may, with the approval of the state board of education, be designated by the board of school visitors, town school committee, or board of education of such town, or the district committee of such district. Such school shall be open, under such rules as may be prescribed by said school officers, to all residents of this state; but no child under sixteen years of age shall be admitted to any such school who has not completed the studies of the eighth grade in the public schools of the town in which said school is located, or an equivalent course of study approved by said school officers. Said school officers shall make rules and regulations with reference to the management of said school, not inconsistent with the provisions of this act. The instructors in any such schools shall be experts in the trades respectively taught by them.
Two or more towns may
unite in establishing school.
Powers and duties of state
Payments by state.
SEC. 2. Two or more towns may, by vote of each of said towns, unite for the purpose of forming a trade school district and establishing schools under the provisions of this act, and the school officers of the towns so united may make all arrangements, agreements, and regulations necessary to the organization and maintenance of such trade school district. The said school officers of each of the towns constituting such district shall appoint one of their number to be a member of the trade school committee of such district, and the committee so appointed shall be a joint committee on behalf of the several towns constituting the district. Each town shall be entitled to one vote in said committee. Every district organized under the provisions of this section shall continue for at least five years, but at the end of said period of five years any town may dissolve said district by withdrawal therefrom, by vote of such town; provided, that notice of the intention to so withdraw shall be given in writing to each of the other towns comprising said district at least three months before the termination of said period.
SEC. 3. The buildings, equipment, and courses of study, board of educa- and the qualifications of the teachers of every trade school established as hereinbefore provided shall be subject to the approval of the state board of education; and the attendance at each such school, together with special reports upon the specific work done and the actual results of instruction therein, shall be annually certified, under oath, on or before the first Monday in July, by the secretary of the board of school visitors, town school committee, board of education, district committee, or trade school district committee, as the case may be, to said state board of education; and no payments shall be made by the state on account of such school, as hereinafter provided, unless said certificate has been filed with and approved by said state board of education, and unless application for state aid for said school has been made to the board of control by said secretary and approved by said board of control.
Amount expended to be certified to comptroller. Comptroller to draw order on treasurer.
SEC. 4. The board of education or board of school visitors of any town, or the committee of any town, school district, or trade school district wherein a trade school has been established under the provisions of this act shall, annually, on the first Monday in July, certify to the comptroller the amount expended within said school year for the maintenance and support of said school, and the comptroller shall, upon application of the state board of education, draw his orders on the treasurer in favor of said board of education, board of school visitors, or committee for a sum equivalent to one-half the amount so certified as having been expended for such support and maintenance;
provided, that the amount so paid by the state under the provisions of this section shall not, in any one year, exceed, in the aggregate, fifty thousand dollars; and provided, further, that said sum shall be expended toward the support and maintenance of not more than two such schools, and, if application is made in behalf of more than two such schools, the board of control shall designate the two such schools for the support and maintenance of which such payments shall be made.
Approved, July 30, 1907.
[Substitute for House Bill No. 48.]
An Act concerning Employment of Minors and Women.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in
per week during
and women may
SECTION 1. No minor under sixteen years of age, and no Number of hours woman, shall be employed in laboring in any manufacturing, which minors mechanical, or mercantile establishment more than ten hours in be employed. any day, except when it is necessary to make repairs to prevent the interruption of the ordinary running of the machinery, or where a different apportionment of the hours of labor is made for the sole purpose of making a shorter day's work for one day of the week. Every employer shall post in a conspicuous place in every room where such persons are employed a notice stating the number of hours of work required of them on each day of the week, and the employment of any such person for a longer time in any day than so stated shall be a violation of this section, unless it appears that such employment is to make up for time lost on some previous day of the same week in consequence of the stopping of machinery upon which such person was employed or dependent for employment, but in no case shall the hours of labor exceed fifty-eight in a week; provided, that in case any employer shall, on or before the first day of January of any year, give notice to his employes, by notices posted as hereinbefore provided, that the hours of labor of minors under sixteen years of age and of women employed by him, as aforesaid, shall not exceed fifty-five in any week during the months of June, July, and August of the ensuing year, then said employer may employ such minors and women not to exceed sixty hours in any week during said year, except during said months of June, July, and August. Nothing in this act shall be construed as repealing any provision of section 2116 of the general statutes or any amendments thereto.
Every person who wilfully employs, or has in his employment, or under his charge, any person in violation of this act, and every parent or guardian who permits any such minor to be so employed, shall be fined not more than twenty dollars for each offense. A certificate of the age of a minor, made as provided in section 4705 of the general statutes and amendments thereof, shall be conclusive evidence of his age upon the trial of any person other than the parent or guardian for violation of any provision of this act.
SEC. 3. Section 4691 of the general statutes is hereby repealed.
Approved, July 31, 1907.
Dog to wear col. lar and tag.
Town clerk to provide tag.
[Senate Bill No. 273.]
An Act amending an Act concerning Dogs.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in
SECTION 1. Section two of chapter 167 of the public acts of 1907 is hereby amended to read as follows: Every owner of a dog licensed as hereinbefore provided shall place and keep around the neck of such dog so licensed a collar of leather or other suitable material, to which there shall be attached, by means of rivets or metal bands, a metal tag or plate upon which shall be distinctly marked the name of the town in which said. dog is registered and licensed, the registry number of said dog, and the year of registration. Said tag or plate, with the inscription thereon, shall be furnished by the town clerk of the town in which said dog is registered; and in case any such tag or plate be lost from the collar to which it was attached, the town clerk shall supply a substitute therefor, upon applicaCommissioner on tion of the owner or keeper of such dog. The town clerk of each to furnish tags town shall obtain a sufficient number of said metal tags or plates from the commissioner on domestic animals, who shall furnish the same to said town clerk at a cost of seven cents each. If, after deducting the cost of the tags and the expenses incidental to the distribution of the same to the town clerks, and the enforcement of the provisions of this act, any balance shall remain in the hands of the commissioner, such balance shall be credited by the commissioner to the regular appropriation for expenses of his department and accounted for, by him, to the state comptroller. The design and shape of said tags or plates shall be
to town clerks.