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SECTION I7. Whoever engages in the practice of dentistry, in this state shall keep his license displayed in a conspicuous place in the operating room, or rooms in which he practices, in such manner as to be easily seen and read.

SECTION 18. A person shall be regarded as practicing dentistry who is manager, proprietor, operator or conductor of a place for performing dental operations or who, for a fee, salary or other reward paid or to be paid either to himself or to another person, performs dental operations of any kind, treats diseases or lesions of human teeth or jaws, or attempts to correct malpositions thereof, or who uses the words “dentist,” “dental surgeon,” the letters “D. D. S.,” or other letters or title in connection with his name, which in any way represents him as being engaged in the practice of dentistry.

SECTION 19. Nothing in this act applies to a bona
fide student of dentistry in the clinic rooms of a reputable
dental college or under the direct supervision of a pre-
ceptor who is a licensed dentist in this state, during the
regular vacation intervals of a college course, if he has
matriculated and is pursuing consecutive courses of study
in a reputable dental college.
SECTION 20. Nothing in this act applies to a legally
qualified physician or surgeon unless he practices dentistry
as a specialty, or to a dental surgeon of the United States
army or navy; or to a legal practitioner of dentistry of an-
other state, making a clinical demonstration before a den-
tal society, convention, association of dentists or dental
college.
SECTION 21. Whoever sells or offers to sell, a diplo-
ma conferring a dental degree, or a license granted pur-
suant to the laws of this state; or who procures such diplo-
ma or license with intent that it shall be used as evidence
of the right to practice dentistry by a person other than the
one upon whom such diploma was conferred, or to whom
such license was granted; or who with fraudulent intent
alters such diploma or license, or uses or attempts to use
the same when altered, shall be fined not less than one
hundred dollars nor more than two hundred dollars, or be
imprisoned not less than thirty days nor more than sixty
days, or both. A subsequent conviction shall be punished
by the maximum penalties prescribed in this section.
SECTION 22. Whoever being a manager, proprietor,
operator or conductor of a place for performing dental opera-
tions employs a person who is not a licensed dentist to do den-
tal operations as defined in section 18 of this act, or permits
such person to so practice dentistry in his office; or who-
ever practices dentistry under a false name, or assumes a
title, or appends or prefixes to his name, letters which falsely
represent him as having a degree from a legal dental col-
lege; or who impersonates another at an examination held
by the state dental board; or who knowingly makes a false
application or a false representation in connection with

Display of license.

Practicing dentistry, defined.

Students.

Physicians and SurgeOn.S.

Fraud.

Penalty.

Employes.

False application, penalty.

Fines, how disposed of.

Annual report.

ICxpense, how proportioned.

such examination, shall be fined not less than one hundred
dollars, nor more than two hundred dollars, or be impris–
oned not less than thirty days nor more than sixty days,
or both. A subsequent conviction shall be punished by the
maximum penalties prescribed in this section.
SECTION 23. Whoever violates a provision of this act,
for the violation of which no penalty has been prescribed,
shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one
hundred dollars, or be imprisoned not less than ten days
nor more than thirty days, or both. A subsequent convic-
tion shall be punished by the maximum penalties prescribed
in this act.
SECTION 24. All fines or forfeitures of bond in an ac-
tion for violation of a provision of law relating to the prac-
tice of dentistry, shall be paid by the court receiving it, to
the secretary of the state dental board.
SECTION 25. The secretary of the state dental board
shall enforce the provisions of the laws relating to the
practice of dentistry. The prosecuting attorney of a county,
or the solicitor of a municipality, wherein a provision of
this act is violated, shall, when so requested by the secre-
tary of the board, take charge of and conduct the prosecu-
tion.
SECTION 26. The state dental board shall make an
annual report to the governor, containing a statement of
moneys received and disbursed, and a summary of its offi-
cial acts during the preceding year.
SECTION 27. Sections 4404 and 699 I of the Revised
Statutes are hereby repealed.
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.
309.

| Houso Bill No. 1022.]

AN ACT

To amend section 2536 of the Revised Statutes, in relation to the expenses of enlarging union cemeteries.

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

SECTION I. That section 2536 of the Revised Statutes be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 2536. The expense of such purchase, or of the proceedings in case of , appropriation, and the damages awarded, or both, shall be borne by the corporations and

townships in proportion to the property of each on the
duplicate for taxation, and the amount of bonds issued by
each in any case, for such cemetery purposes, shall be in
the same proportion, and the percentage of taxation for all
such cemetery purposes shall be the same in the corpora-
tions and townships.
Provided that any moneys in the hands of the trustees
of such cemetery, arising from the sale of lots or from any
other sources, which are not needed to keep in order or
embellish said grounds, may by resolution of the council
and trustees of the municipalities and townships interested,
be applied to the expenses of purchase, or appropriation
and damages awarded, or both, in securing additional lands
for said cemetery.
SECTION 2. That said original section 2536 of the
Revised Statutes be and the same is hereby repealed.

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

JAMES M. WILLIAMs,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 7, 1908.
Approved April 7, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.
40G.

[House Bill No. 787.]

AN ACT

To amend section 3270 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, so as to limit the powers of railroad companies.

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

SECTION I. That section 3270 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, be amended to read as follows:

Sec. 3270. A railroad company now existing or hereafter created may maintain and operate, or construct, maintain and operate a railroad, with a single or double track, with such side tracks, turnouts, offices, depots, roundhouses, machine shops, water tanks, telegraph lines, and other necessary appliances, as it deems necessary, between the points named in the articles of incorporation, commencing at or within, and extending to or into any city, village, town or place named as a terminus of its road ; but no railroad company now existing, or hereafter created, under and by virtue of the laws of this state or of any other state or country, and having and operating a line of railway in this state, may establish or maintain or assist in establishing or maintaining any relief association or society, any of the rules or by-laws of which shall require of any

Taxation.

IRelief association.

Damages.

Free public hospital.

Annual report.

Municipalities.

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person or employe becoming a member thereof to enter into
a contract, agreement or stipulation, directly or indirectly,
whereby such person or employe shall stipulate, or agree
to surrender or waive any right of damages against any
railroad company for personal injuries or death, or whereby
such person or employe agrees to surrender or waive, in
case he asserts such claim for damages, any right what-
ever. -
SECTION 2. That section 3270 of the Revised Statutes
of Ohio is repealed.
FREEMAN T. EAGLESON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 7, 1908.
Approved April 8, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.
4IG.

[House Bill No. 783.]

AN ACT

To authorize township trustees to levy a tax to compensate a hospital association for maintaining free public hospital.

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

SECTION I. That trustees of each township shall have power to levy and collect a tax not exceeding one mill on each dollar of the taxable property of the township, annually, and to pay the same to a hospital association maintaining and furnishing a free public hospital for the benefit of the inhabitants of the township, or to a hospital association maintaining a public hospital not free except to such inhabitants of the township as are in the opinion of the trustees of such hospital unable to pay, as and for compensation for the use and maintenance of the same, and without change or interference in the organization of such corporation or association; requiring the treasurer of such corporation or association to make an annual financial report, setting forth all the money and property which has come into its hands during the preceding year, and its disposition of the same, together with any recommendation as to its future necessities.

Nothing in this act shall be construed to authorize or permit the payment of public funds to any religious or sectarian hospital association.

Provided that in any township, in which there is located a municipality or municipalities the council of which have already made a tax for hospital purposes, as provided by law, the township trustees may make the levy herein authorized, upon all taxable property of such township outside of the limits of such municipality or municipalities.

SECTION 2. That the county auditor at each semiannual collection of taxes, where a tax for hospital purposes has been levied by the township trustees, shall certify the amount collected from said levy for hospital purposes to the township clerk, and the township clerk shall forthwith draw his warrant on the township treasurer, payable to the treasurer of the hospital association for the amount so certified by the auditor.

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

JAMES M. WILLIAMS,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 7, 1908.
Approved April 8, 1908.
ANDREW L. HARRIs,
Governor.
42C.

[House Bill No. 792.]

AN ACT

To amend section 19 of an act passed March 22d, 1906, entitled, “An act to fix the salaries of probate judges county auditors, county treasurers, county recorders, clerks of the court of common pleas and sheriffs, and to provide for the employment and compensation of their clerks, deputies and assistants,” relating to the payment of railroad fare and street car fare to sheriffs.

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

SECTION I. That section 19 of an act passed March 22d, 1906, entitled, “An act to fix the salaries of probate judges, county auditors, county treasurers, county recorders, clerks of the court of common pleas and sheriffs, and to provide for the employment and compensation of their clerks, deputies and assistants,” be amended so as to read as follows:

Sec. 19. The county commissioners shall, in addition to the compensation and salary herein provided, make allowances quarterly to every sheriff for keeping and feeding prisoners under section 1235 of the Revised Statutes, and shall allow his actual and necessary expenses incurred or expended in pursuing or transporting persons accused or convicted of crimes and offenses, in conveying and transferring persons to and from any state asylum for the insane, the institution for feeble-minded vouth. Ohio hospital for epileptics, bovs’ industrial school, girls' industrial home, county homes for the friendless, houses of refuge,

Certificate of County auditor.

Eeeding pris-
Oners.

Foxponses in pursuing and transportation.

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