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CHAPTER 53.

An Ordinance respecting Dentistry.

TH
JHE Lieutenant Governor by and with the advice and con-

sent of the Legislative Assembly of the Territories enacts as follows:

SHORT TITLE.

Short title

1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Dentistry Ordinance." No. 41 of 1897, s. 1.

THE DENTAL ASSOCIATION.

Dental Association constituted

2. The members of the Dental Association of the NorthWest Territories formed under the provisions of Ordinance No. 6 of 1892 and such other persons as hereafter from time to time are registered and certificated under the provisions of this Ordinance shall constitute an association to be known as “The Dental Association of the Territories” and the said association shall be deemed a body politic and corporate and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal with power to sue or to be sued and acquire, hold and dispose of chattel property and real estate for the purposes of this Ordinance. No. 41 of 1897, s. 2.

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Annual meeting

of officers

3. A meeting of the association shall be held on the first Tuesday in April in each year at such hour and place as the officers of the association hereinafter mentioned may appoint

at which meeting not less than three members of the associaAppointment tion shall constitute a quorum and the members present at

such meeting shall appoint officers consisting of a president, vice president and secretary treasurer who shall Lold office until the next annual meeting of the association or until others are appointed in their stead.

(2) Until the said meeting is held and their successors are pending holding of

appointed the president, vice president and secretary treasurer of the Dental Association of the North-West Territories are hereby declared to be the officers of the association hereby created with all the powers conferred upon such officers by this Ordinance. No. 41 of 1897, s. 3.

Officers

meeting

REGISTRATION OF DENTISTS.

STUDENTS.

Registration of dentist

4. The association shall cause to be kept by the secretary treasurer a book or register in which shall be entered the name of every person registered according to the provisions of this Ordinance and from time to time the names of all persons who have complied with the enactments hereinafter contained

and with the rules and regulations made or to be made by the said association respecting the qualifications to be required from dental practitioners in the Territories and those persons only whose names are inscribed in the book or register above mentioned shall be deemed to be properly qualified and licensed to practise dentistry or dental surgery in the Territories except as hereinafter provided and such book or register shall at all times be open and subject to inspection by any person.

(2) All dentists certificated under the provisions of Ordin- Previously ance No. 6 of 1892 shall be deemed to be registered according dentists to the provisions of this Ordinance. No. 41 of 1897, s. 4.

certificated

treasurer

5. It shall be the duty of the secretary-treasurer to keep Duties of his register correct in accordance with the provisions of this

secretary Ordinance and the rules, orders and regulations of the association and he shall from time to time make the necessary alterations in the addresses or qualifications of the persons registered under this Ordinance and the said secretary-treasurer shall perform such other duties as may be imposed upon him by the association. No. 41 of 1897, s. 5.

Persons to be admitted

6. The secretary-treasurer shall admit upon the register:
(a) Any person who at the time of the passing of Ordin-on register

ance No. 41 of 1897 was and had been for the twelve
months next preceding actively engaged within the
Territories in the practise of the profession of dentis-
try or dental surgery and who verities by statutory
declaration that he had been so actively engaged as

aforesaid;
(b) Any person possessing a diploma of graduation in

dental surgery from the faculty of any Canadian dent
al college or the faculty of any Canadian university
having a special dental department or from any such
institution duly authorised by the laws of Great

Britain or any of her dependencies ;
(c) Any person possessing a license to practise dental sur-

gery issued by any of the provinces of the Dominion
of Canada exercising similar powers as conferred by
this Ordinance and in which the standing for quali-

fication is equal to that of the Territories ;
(d) Any person possessing a diploma from a foreign dent-

al institution which required at the time of issue of
such diploma attendance at a regular course of lectures

and practice for a period of not less than two and one
(e) Any person receiving a recommendation from the

board of dental examiners for the Territories ; and it shall be the duty of the person claining to be entitled to be registered to produce to the secretary-treasurer evidence satisfactory to him that he is entitled thereto. No. 41 of 1897, 5. 6; No. 40 of 1898, s. 16.

half years ;

Articles of students

7. Articles entered into after the coming into force of this Ordinance binding any person to serve as a student of dentistry to a dental practitioner in the Territories shall be in duplicate and one copy shall be filed with the secretary-treasurer; and unless so filed within six months from the date thereof shall be reckoned to commence on the date of the production for filing No. 41 of 1897, s. 7.

Fees

8. Any person whose name is admitted upon the register shall pay a fee of $25 if he is admitted under the provisions of clauses (b), (c) or (di of section 6 of this Ordinance and a fee of $10 if he is admitted under the provisions of clause (e) of the said section; and upon being registered and the payment of the proper fee he shall be entitled to receive a certificate to that effect under the corporate seal of the association and signed by the secretary treasurer, and shall be entitled to receive a similar certificate annually upon payment of a fee to be determined by the association, such fee to be payable on the first day of January in each year. No. 41 of 1897, s. 8.

Board of examiners

9. The officers of the association shall be a board of examiners whose duty it shall be to prepare papers and examine students in dentistry and grant, to such as are worthy, recommendations for registration. No. 41 of 1897, s. 9.

Recommendation for registration of students

10. Recommendations for registration shall only be granted by the board of dental examiners to students of dentistry in the Territories

(a) Who are over twenty-one years of age.
(6) Who produce evidence of scholarship equal to that

required to pass the Public School Leaving Examin

ation ; (c) Who have articled themselves to and served an ap

prenticeship of two and one-half years with a dental practitioner who is registered as such under this Ordinance or under the laws of any province of Canada and is practising within the Territories or

such province; (d) Who have passed the examination prescribed by the

board of examiners. (2) The provisions of clause (b) of this section shall not apply to any student articled prior to the 15th day of December, 1897. No. 41 of 1897, s. 10; No. 40 of 1998, s. 16.

PRACTISING WITHOUT REGISTRATION.

Penalty for without registered

11. Any person not in possession of a valid certificate as printinis being aforesaid who practises dentistry or dental surgery (except the

extraction of teeth) shall be guilty of an offence and upon summary conviction thereof shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $100 and in default of payment forthwith after

conviction to imprisonment for any term not exceeding one month. No. 41 of 1897, s. 11.

12. No person who is not registered as required by this Unregistered

practitioner Ordinance shall recover in any court of law any fees or money cannot recover for services rendered or naterials provided by him in the fees practise of dentistry or dental surgery. No. 41 of 1897, s. 12.

treasurer to

13. The secretary treasurer whenever required by the Secretary Lieutenant Governor shall transmit to the territorial secretary make return a return certified under oath setting forth all such information to Territorial and particulars relating to the association as may from time to when time be required. No. 41 of 1897, s. 13.

required

secretary

MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.

14. The provisions of this Ordinance shall not apply to any Ordinance not CHAPTER 54.

apply registered practitioner of medicine or surgery in the Terri- practitioners tories. No. 41 of 1897, s. 14.

of medicine

or surgery

An Ordinance respecting Chemists and Druggists.

HE Lieutenant Governor by and with the advice and con

sent of the Legislative Assembly of the Territories enacts as follows:

SHORT TITLE.

Short title

1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Pharmaceutical Association Ordinance." No. 22 of 1891-92, s. 1.

THE PHARMACEITICAL ASSOCIATION.

“The

Association

2. All persons now registered or deemed to be registered Pharmaceution under the provisions of Ordinance No. 22 of 1891-92 respecting of the N.V.T.' chemists and druggists and alle persons hereafter registered

under the provisions of this Ordinance shall constitute the corporation called "The Pharmaceutical Association of the North-West Territories," and the said association shall be deemed a body politic and corporate with power to sue or be sued and acquire, sell, transfer and deal with real and personal property. No. 22 of 1891-92, ss. 2, 3.

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General meetings

('ouncil

3. There shall be general meetings of the said association held from time to time as hereinafter mentioned and there shall also be council to direct and manage the affairs of the said corporation ; and the said general meetings and the council shall have the entire direction and management of the said corporation in the manner and subject to the regulations hereinafter mentioned ; and at all general meetings and meetings of the council the majority of the members present and having a right to vote thereat respectively shall decide upon the matters propounded to such meetings--the person presiding in case of an equality of votes to have the casting vote. No. 22 of 1891-92, s. 6.

Voting at meetings

Council, fire members

4. The council of the association shall be composed of not more than five members to be elected in accordance with the provisions hereinafter contained. No. 22 of 1891-92, s. 7.

Duration of ottice

Resignation

55. The members of such council shall be elected or appointed as the case may be for the period of two years but any member may resign his appointment at any time by letter addressed to the president or to the registrar of the council; and upon the death, resignation or removal of any member of the council it shall be lawful for the council to elect and appoint some other person being a member of the association to supply the vacancy so made; and the person so appointed shall be

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