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[Senate Bill No. 398.]
AN ACT

To amend section 1 of an act to prevent the adulteration of and deception in the sale of flaxseed or linseed oil, passed April 27, 1896 (92 O. L. 417).

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section I of an act to prevent the adulteration of and deception in the sale of flaxseed or linseed oil passed April 27, 1896 (92 O. L. 417) be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. I. That no person, firm or corporation shall manufacture for sale, offer or expose for sale, in this state, any so-called “raw flaxseed or linseed oil” unless the same is wholly obtained from the seeds of the flax plant and unless the same fulfills all the requirements recognized by the eighth decennial revision of the United States Pharmacopoeia, or any so-called “boiled linseed oil” unless the same shall have been prepared by heating pure raw linseed oil to a temperature of 225 degrees Fahrenheit, and incorporating not to exceed four per cent. by weight of drier. And for the purpose of this act it shall also be deemed a violation hereof if boiled linseed oil does not conform to the following requirements: Ist. Its specific gravity at 60 degrees Fahrenheit must be not less than O.935 and not greater than O.945. 2d. Its saponification value (Koettstorfer figure) must not be less than 186. 3d. Its iodine number must not be less than 16o. 4th. Its acid value must not exceed Io. 5th. The volatile matter expelled at 212 degrees Fahrenheit must not exceed onehalf of one per cent. 6th. No mineral oil shall be present, and the amount of unsaponifiable matter as determined by standard methods shall not exceed 2.5 per cent. 7th. The film left after flowing the oil over glass and allowing it to drain in a vertical position must dry free from tackiness in not to exceed twenty hours, at a temperature of about 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

SECTION 2. That section I of said act (92 O. L. 417) be and the same is hereby repealed.

FREEMAN.T. EAGLESON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1908.
Approved April 7, 1908, at 2:15 o'clock.
DD ANDREW L. HARRIS,
Governor.

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[Senate Bill No. 334.]
AN ACT

To repeal section 3 -f an act entitled, “An act authorizing boards
of education to provide library privileges for city, Village
and special districts,” passed October 17, 1902.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section 3 of an act entitled, “An act authorizing boards of education to provide library priv. ileges for city, village and special school districts,” passed October 17, 1902, and known as section 3998-3 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, be and the same is hereby repealed.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1908.

Approved April 7, 1908, at 2:15 o'clock.
- ANDREW L. HARRIS,
Governor.
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- [House Bill No. 894.]
AN ACT

To supplement section 3374 of the Revised Statutes by enact

ing section 3374a permitting railroads to charge excess fare
on trains.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. That section 3374 be supplemented by enacting section 3374-a as follows:

Sec. 3374-a. Any company operating a railroad in whole or in part within this state which shall have posted up proper notice thereof in a conspicuous place in each waiting room and on the front of its depot building, may collect ten cents extra in addition to the fare allowed by section 3374, when such fare is paid on the train and when an office at the point at which the passenger boarded the train has been open for the sale of tickets at least thirty minutes next prior to the departure of such train.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect sixty days after
its passage.

FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,

President of the Senate.
Passed April 7, 1908.

Approved April 7, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.

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[House Bill No. 691.]
AN ACT

To regulate the practice of dentistry, and to repeal sections 4404 and 6991, Revised Statutes.

Be it cnacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION I. Within thirty days after the passage of this act the governor, with the advice and consent of the senate, shall appoint a state dental board consisting of five persons, each of whom shall have been in the legal practice of dentistry in this state at least five years next preceding his appointment. No person so appointed shall be an officer of a dental college or a member of the faculty thereof.

SECTION 2. One member of the state dental board appointed under the preceding section, shall serve for one year, one for two years, and one for three years, one tor four years and one for five years, from the date of appointment. Annually thereafter the governor shall appoint one member of the board who shall serve for a term of five years, and until his successor is appointed and qualified, but no person so appointed shall serve to exceed two terlil S.

SECTION 3. The state dental board shall organize by the election from its members of a president, a secretary and a treasurer. It shall hold a meeting on the third Tuesday in June and October of each year, and other meetings as it deems necessary at such times and places as the board designates. The October meeting shall be held in the city of Columbus: the June meeting may be held at such place as the board designates. A majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum but a less number may adjourn from time to time. The board shall make such reasonable rules and regulations as it deems necessary.

SECTION 4. Before entering upon the discharge of the duties of his office, the secretary and the treasurer of the state dental board shall each give a bond to the board in such sum and with such suretics as the board directs. Each month all moneys received by the secretary shall be paid to the treasurer of the board.

SECTION 5. Each member of the state dental board shall receive ten dollars for each day actually employed in the discharge of his official duties, and his necessary expenses incurred. The secretary shall receive an annual salary to be fixed by the board, and his necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of his official duties. The com: pensation and expenses of the secretary, and members and the expenses of the board, shall be paid from, moneys, re. ceived 'under this act, upon the approval of the presideit and secretary.

SECTION 6. The state dental board shall have an official seal and shall keep a record of its proceedings, a register of persons licensed as dentists and a register of licenses by it revoked. At reasonable times its records shall be open to public inspection. A transcript of an entry in such records certified by the secretary under the seal of the board, shall be evidence of the facts therein stated.

SECTION 7. The state dental board may hear testimony in matters relating to the duties imposed upon it by law, and the president and secretary of the board may administer oaths.

SECTION 8. Unless legally qualified prior to the passage of this act, no person shall practice dentistry in this state until he has obtained a license from the state dental board as hereinafter provided.

SECTION 9. Each person who desires to practice dentistry within this state shall file with the secretary of the state dental board a written application for a license and furnish satisfactory proof that he is at least twenty-one years of age, of good moral character, and present evidence satisfactory to the board that he is a graduate of a reputable dental college, as defined by the board. Such application must be upon the form prescribed by the board and verified by oath.

SECTION IO. An applicant for a license to practice dentistry shall appear before the state dental board at its first meeting after the filing of his application, and pass a satisfactory examination, consisting of practical demonstrations and written or oral tests, or both, in the following subjects: Anatomy, physiology, chemistry, materia medica, therapeutics, metallurgy, histology, pathology, bacteriology, prosthetics, operative dentistry, Oral surgery, anesthetics, orthodontia and oral hygiene.

SECTION II. If such applicant passes the examination, he shall receive a license from the state dental board attested by its seal and signed by the president and secretary, which shall be conclusive evidence of his right to practice dentistry in this state. If the loss of a license is satisfactorily shown, a duplicate thereof shall be issued by the board.

SECTION 12. The state dental board may issue a license without examination to an applicant who furnishes satisfactory proof that he is a graduate from a reputable dental college of a state, territory or district of the United States, and holds a license from a similar dental board, under requirements equal to those of this state, or who, for five consecutive years next prior to filing his application, has been in the legal and reputable practice of dentistry in a state, territory or district of the United States and holds a license from a similar dental board thereof, if in either case the laws of such state, territory or district accord equal rights to a dentist of Ohio holding a license from the state dental board, who removes to, resides and desires to

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practice his profession in, such state, territory or district. No license shall be issued under this section unless authorized by an affirmative vote of all the members of the board present at such meeting.

SECTION I.3. The state dental board may revoke a license obtained by fraud or misrepresentation, or if the person named therein uses intoxicants or drugs to such a degree as to render him unfit to practice dentistry, is guilty of immoral conduct, or has been convicted of a felony subsequent to the date of his license. If such conviction is vacated, reversed or set aside, or the accused pardoned, his license shall be operative from the date of the vacation, reversal or pardon.

SECTION 14. No action to revoke a license shall be taken until the accused has been furnished a statement of the charges against him and notice of the time and place of a hearing thereof. The accused may be present at the hearing in person, by counsel, or both. The statement of charges and notice may be served personally upon such person or mailed to him at his last known address at least twenty days prior to the hearing. If upon such hearing the board finds the charges are true, it may revoke the license. Such revocation shall take from the person named in a license all rights and privileges acquired thereby.

SECTION 15. A stenographic report of each proceeding to revoke a license shall be made at the expense of the state dental board, and a transcript thereof kept on its files. A person whose license has been revoked may file with the secretary within thirty days of the decision of the board a written notice of appeal therefrom. Upon filing such notice the secretary shall transmit to the governor and attorney-general the record of such proceedings. Such officers shall review the proceedings as disclosed by the record and their decision affirming or overruling the action of the board shall be final.

SECTION 16. An applicant for a license to practice dentistry in this state shall pay to the secretary of the state dental board, the following fee:

An applicant for a license granted upon an examination, twenty-five dollars. Such fee shall not be refunded unless the applicant is unavoidably prevented from attending the examination, but he may be examined at the next o or special meeting of the board without additional ee.

An applicant failing at first examination may be reexamined at the next regular or special meeting of the board without an additional fee.

An applicant for a license without examination, with license from a board other than of this state, twenty-five dollars.

An applicant for a duplicate license granted upon proof of loss of the original, five dollars.

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