§ 90-234 Necessity for certificate of registration
§ 90-235 Definition
§ 90-236 What constitutes practicing as a dispensing optician
§ 90-236.1 Requirements for filling contact lens prescriptions
§ 90-237 Qualifications for dispensing opticians
§ 90-238 North Carolina State Board of Opticians created; appointment and qualification of members
§ 90-239 Organization, meetings and powers of Board
§ 90-240 Examination
§ 90-241 Waiver of written examination requirements
§ 90-243 Registration of places of business, apprentices
§ 90-244 Display, use, and renewal of license of registration
§ 90-245 Collection of fees
§ 90-246 Fees
§ 90-248 Compensation and expenses of Board members and secretary
§ 90-249 Powers of the Board
§ 90-249.1 Disciplinary actions
§ 90-250 Sale of optical glasses
§ 90-251 Licensee allowing unlicensed person to use his certificate or license
§ 90-252 Engaging in practice without license
§ 90-253 Exemptions from Article
§ 90-254 General penalty for violation
§ 90-255 Rebates
§ 90-255.1 Sale of flammable frames

Terms Used In North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 90 > Article 17 - Dispensing Opticians

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