N.J.S.A 45:6-16. “College” , “school” and “university” defined; authority to teach science of dentistry

45:6-16. “College” , “school” and “university” defined; authority to teach science of dentistry

The words “college,” “school” or “university,” when used in connection with a place where the science of dentistry in any of its branches may be practiced, demonstrated or taught, mean any educational institution authorized by the Legislature of this State to teach the science of medicine or dentistry and approved by the State Board of Education and by the State Board of Registration and Examination in Dentistry.

Any educational institution, including a college, school, university, institute or department of a university, incorporated or organized and operating under Title 15 of the Revised Statutes or under any other law of this State, which has been or shall be approved by the State Board of Education and by the State Board of Registration and Examination in Dentistry to teach the science of dentistry in any of its branches, shall be deemed to be authorized by the Legislature of this State to teach the science of dentistry in any of its branches and to have complied with the requirements of this section in respect to authorization by the Legislature of this State.

Any such educational institution so authorized to teach the science of dentistry in any of its branches may use the words “college” or “school” in connection with its place where the science of dentistry in any of its branches may be taught, practiced or demonstrated.

Amended by L.1955, C.41, p. 155, s.1.

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