§ 20-139 Purpose and legislative policy
§ 20-139a Board of Examiners for Opticians
§ 20-140 Commission of Opticians. Appointment and qualifications
§ 20-140a Receipts credited to General Fund
§ 20-141 Powers and duties of board and commissioner
§ 20-142 Meetings of commission
§ 20-143 Commissioner may employ inspectors. Duties of inspectors
§ 20-144 Compensation and expenses of commission. Executive secretary
§ 20-145 Definition of licensed optician
§ 20-146 Licensed opticians; examinations, continuing education requirements. Licensure without examination
§ 20-146a Registration of inmates as apprentices. Credit toward licensure
§ 20-147 Waiver of requirements in case of veterans
§ 20-147a Students enrolled in opticianry programs
§ 20-148 Qualifications of assistant licensed opticians and assistant mechanical opticians
§ 20-149 License fees. Renewal
§ 20-150 Where optical goods may be sold. Exception. Unfair trade practice
§ 20-151 Optical selling permits
§ 20-152 Optical retail vendor permit
§ 20-153 Optical permit. Product; standards of quality
§ 20-153a Lens and frame requirements
§ 20-154 Regulations concerning licenses and permits. Disciplinary action; grounds
§ 20-155 Complaints concerning license or permit holders
§ 20-156 Appeal
§ 20-157 License and permit to be conspicuously displayed
§ 20-158 Restricted use of license or permit
§ 20-159 Apprentices to register; certification by employer
§ 20-160 Deceptive ownership or management of optical establishments. Misuse of designations
§ 20-161 Penalty
§ 20-162 Exceptions for certified optometrists and physicians and surgeons

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 381 - Opticians

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