N.J.S.A 45:6-18. Illegal use of terms; penalty

45:6-18. Illegal use of terms; penalty

No person, corporation, firm, company, association or partnership shall use the word “clinic” , “infirmary” , “hospital” , “school” , “college” , “university” or “institute” , in English or any other language in connection with any place where dentistry in any of its branches may be practiced, demonstrated or taught, except as defined in sections 45:6-15 to 45:6-17 of this title and upon conviction thereof, shall pay a penalty of five hundred dollars to be sued for and recovered by and in the name of the state board of registration and examination in dentistry under the provisions of this chapter.


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