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extension agreement and the amount remaining unpaid on said indebtedness, then said mortgage or trust deed in the nature of a mortgage shall continue a lien upon the real estate described therein for a period of ten years (10) from and after the time said indebtedness will be due as shown by said extension agreement and no longer, unless some further extension agreement shall be filed of record. Such extension agreements shall be acknowledged and recorded in the same manner as mortgages and trust deeds in the nature of a mortgage are required by law to be acknowledged and recorded. APPROVED June 29th, 1915.
UNIFORM MARRIAGE EVASION ACT. § 1. Prohibited marriages void is contracted in § 4. Offenses. another state. § 5. Name of Act. § 6. How Act construed. $ 7. Repeal. (House BILL No. 525. Approved JUNE 25, 1915.)
§ 2. Marriage by aliens—when void. § 3. Duty of officer issuing license.
AN ACT to prevent the evasion of laws prohibiting marriage. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That if any person residing and intending to continue to reside in this State and who is disabled or prohibited from contracting marriage under the laws of this State shall go into another state or country and there contract a marriage prohibited and declared void by the laws of this State, such marriage shall be null and void for all purposes in this State with the same effect as though such prohibited marriage had been entered into in this State. § 2. No marriage shall be contracted in this State by a party residing and intending to continue to reside in another state or jurisdiction if such marriage would be void if contracted in such other state or jurisdiction and every marriage celebrated in this State in violation of this provision shall be null and void. § 3. Before issuing a license to marry a person who resides and intends to continue to reside in another state the officer having authority to issue the license shall satisfy himself by requiring affidavits or otherwise that such person is not prohibited from intermarrying by the laws of the jurisdiction where he or she resides. § 4. Any official issuing a license with knowledge that the parties are thus prohibited from intermarrying and any person authorized to celebrate marriage who shall knowingly celebrate such a marriage shall be guilty of misdemeanor. § 5. This Act may be cited as the uniform marriage evasion Act. § 6. This Act shall be so interpreted and construed as to effect its general purpose to make uniform the law of those states which enact it. § 7. All Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed. APPROVED June 25th, 1915.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
DENTAL SURGERY-ACT OF 1909 AMENDED.
§ 1. Amends sections 3, 4, 9, 11, 12 and 13, Act of $ 9. Examination and license fees—an1909. nual report—payment of sees to State Treasurer—compensation
§ 3. Who may practice—license—see— secretary's salary-investigator-
§ 13. Fee for issuing certificate under section twelve.
(SENATE BILL No. 314. APPROVED JUNE 25, 1915.)
AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act to regulate the practice of dental surgery and dentistry in the State of Illinois, and to repeal certain Acts therein named,” approved June 11, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, by amending sections 3, 4, 9, 11, 12 and 13 thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That an Act entitled, “An Act, to regulate the practice of dental surgery and dentistry in the State of Illinois, and to repeal certain Acts therein named,” approved June 11, 1909, in force July 1, 1909, be and the same is hereby amended by amending sections 3, 4, 9, 11, 12 and 13 thereof, so that said sections shall read when amended as inserted at length herein. § 3. No person, unless previously registered or licensed to practice dentistry in this State at the time this Act shall become operative, shall begin the practice of dentistry or dental surgery, or any branches thereof, without first applying for and obtaining a license for such purpose from the Illinois Board of Dental Examiners. Application shall be made to said board in writing, and shall, in every instance, be accompanied by the examination fee of twenty dollars ($20.00) together with satisfactory proof that the application [applicant] is of good moral character and twenty-one years of age or over at the time of making the application. An application from a candidate who desires to secure a license from said board to practice dentistry or dental surgery in this State shall be accompanied by satisfactory proof that the applicant so applying for a license has been engaged in the actual, legal and lawful practice of dentistry or dental surgery in some other State or territory for five consecutive years immediately prior to such application; or is a graduate of, and has a diploma from, the faculty of a reputable dental college, school or dental department of a reputable university. When such application and the accompanying proof are found satisfactory, the board shall notify the applicant to appear before it for examination at a time and place to be fixed by the board. Examinations shall be made in writing in all theoretic subjects, both theoretic and practical examinations shall be of a character to give a fair test of the qualifications of the applicant to practice dentistry or dental surgery. The examination papers and all grading thereon, and the grading of the practical work shall be deemed
public documents, and preserved for a period of not less than two years —32 L
after the board shall have made and published its decisions thereuponAll examinations provided for in this Act shall be conducted by the board under fair and wholly impartial methods. , § 4. Said board of dental examiners shall make rules or regulations to establish a uniform and reasonable standard of educational requirements to be observed by dental schools, colleges, or dental departments of universities, and said board may determine the reputability of these by reference to their compliance with said rules or regulations. The State board of dental examiners shall demand of all applicants for license to practice dentistry, evidence of preliminary education before they were admitted to reputable dental schools, colleges, or dental departments of reputable universities, and require satisfactory proof of the observance and enforcement of such preliminary educational, requirements by said dental schools, colleges, or dental departments of univesities: Provided, that a certificate of admission, without conditions, to any colleges of liberal arts department of an accredited university, which demands not less than fifteen (15) high school units for admission, or the diploma of a high school or equivalent secondary school accredited by any state university requiring a course of not less than four years of attendance, and not less than fifteen (15) high school units of satisfactory work for graduation; or a certificate of having passed a satisfactory examination conducted, or approved by a committee on examinations herein provided for, acting in the State of Illinois, to the amount of fifteen (15) high school units in the studies embraced in a high school curriculum, shall be considered satisfactory evidence of preliminary education: And, provided, further that the superintendent of public instruction of the State bf Illinois shall appoint a committee of three examiners, composed of educators of ability and reputation who shall be empowered to hold examinations of applicants for admission to dental schools, (under such regulations as he may prescribe) who have not regularly completed courses in secondary or high schools. These examinations shall be held at stated periods and places in the city of Chicago, and elsewhere if desirable. They shall be conducted in writing, and the examination papers and markings thereon shall be deposited with the superintendent of public instruction, and shall be preserved for a period of not less than two years as public documents. At each of said examinations there shall be present at least two of the members of said committee, and the certificate issued by said committee shall bear the signatures of not less than two members of said committee to make it effective; said certificates of preliminary education shall enumerate the subjects in which the applicant has passed and for which he is given credit, and state upon its face whether the credit is given as the result of the examination or for work previously done and accepted upon credentials. Said committee shall collect from each applicant taking such examination a fee of ten dollars ($10.00) which shall be in full payment of the services and personal expenses of the members of the committee, provided the superintendent of public instruction shall prepare and furnish the necessary blanks and certificates. Provided, however, that nothing in this Act shall be construed to prevent any dental school which may desire to do so from establishing for admission a higher standard of preliminary education than is specified in this Act. $ 9. The said board shall charge each person applying to it for examination for a license to practice dentistry or dental surgery in this State, an examination fee of twenty dollars ($20.00) and in addition thereto a license fee of five dollars ($5.00) for every license or duplicate license issued by said board. Said board shall make an annual report of its proceedings to the Governor by the 15th day of December of each year, together with an account of all moneys received and paid out by them, pursuant to this Act. All fees, penalties, forfeitures or fines received and collected by the board shall be paid monthly by secretary of said board to the treasurer of the State of Illinois. For their services, the members of the board shall each receive as compensation the sum of ten dollars ($10.00) for each day actually engaged in the duties of the office and all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred in attending the meetings of said board; provided, that the secretary of the board, for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this Act, shall receive a salary to be fixed by the board, instead of a per diem of ten dollars ($10.00). Said board is hereby authorized to engage a suitable person or persons, to assist the board in the investigation of complaints filed with said board against illegal practitioners or other violators of this Act. The expenses of maintaining the board shall be paid from the State treasury upon vouchers signed by the secretary and president of the board, when properly approved in conformity to law, out of the funds accruing to the State treasury under the provisions of this Act, or such funds as are available for the payment of such accounts. § 11. Any dentist who has been lawfully licensed to practice in another state or territory which has and maintains a standard for the practice of dentistry or dental surgery equal to that now maintained in this State, and who has been lawfully and continuously engaged in the practice of dentistry for five years or more immediately before filing his application to practice in this State and who shall deposit in person with the secretary of the board, a duly attested certificate from the examining board of the state or territory in which he is registered, certifying to the fact of his registration and of his being a person of good moral character and of professional attainments, may, upon the payment of a fee of twenty-five [dollars] ($25.00) and after satisfactory practical examination demonstrating his proficiency, be granted a license to practice dentistry in this State, without being required to take an examination in theory. Provided, however, that no license shall be issued to any such applicant, unless the state or territory from which such certificate has been granted to such applicant shall have extended a like privilege to engage in the practice of dentistry within its own borders to dentists heretofore and hereafter licensed by this State, and removing to such other State; and provided further that the Illinois State board of dental examiners shall have power to enter into reciprocal relations with similar boards of other States whose laws are practically identical with the provisions of this Act. § 12. Any one who is a legal and competent practitioner of dentistry or dental surgery in the State of Illinois, and of good moral
character and known to the board of dental examiners of this State as such, who desires to change his or her residence to another state or territory, shall, upon application to the board of dental examiners, receive a certificate over the signature of the president and secretary of said board, and bearing its seal, which shall attest the facts above mentioned, and giving the date upon which he was registered and licensed.
§ 13. The fee for issuing a certificate to a legal practitioner of this State, under section 12 of this Act, shall be five dollars ($5.00), and in each case the fee shall be paid before the certificate shall be issued.
APPROVED June 25th, 1915.
PRACTICE OF PHARMACY-SALE OF NARCOTICS.
§ 1. Amends sections 1, 12, 13, 14a, 14b and 14 c, § 14a Sale, exchange or distribution of
Act of 1901, as subsequently amended. opium or coca leaves or deriva
tives sorbidden except upon
§ 1. None but registered pharmacists written prescription — excepto dispense, etc. tions.
§ 12. Label—prescription record—pen- § 14b. When unlawful for physician to
alty for violation. prescribe—exception.
§ 13. False representation to procure § 14c. Penalty.
AN ACT to amend sections 1, 12, 13, 14a, 14b and 14c of an Act entitled, “An Act to regulate the practice of pharmacy in the State of Illinois, to make an appropriation therefor, and to repeal certain Acts therein named, approved May 11, 1901, in force July 1, 1901, as amended by an Act approved May 13, 1903, in force July 1, 1903, as amended by Act approved June 3, 1907, in force July 1, 1907, as amended by Act approved and in force January 17, 1908, as amended by Act approved June 10, 1911, in force July 1, 1911.” SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That sections 1, 12, 13, 14a, 14b and 14c of an Act entitled, “An Act to regulate the practice of pharmacy in the State of Illinois, to make an appropriation therefor, and to repeal certain Acts therein named, approved May 11, 1901, in force July 1, 1901, as amended by an Act approved May 13, 1903, in force July 1, 1903, as amended by Act approved June 3, 1907, in force July 1, 1907, as amended by Act approved and in force January 17, 1908, as amended by Act approved June 10, 1911, in force July 1, 1911,” be amended to read as follows: § 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person not a registered pharmacist within the meaning of this Act to open or conduct any pharmacy, dispensary, drug store, apothecary shop or store, for the purpose of retailing, compounding or dispensing drugs, medicines or poisons, and any person violating the provisions of this section shall be liable to a penalty of not less than twenty or more than one hundred dollars for the first offense, and for each succeeding offense not less than fifty or more than two hundred dollars: Provided, however, that nothing in this Act will prevent any person or persons owning a drug store or pharmacy, who shall employ and place in active and personal