HC Deb 05 April 1922 vol 152 cc2220-1
25. Colonel WEDGWOOD

asked the Minister of Health whether, in the case of persons applying for admission to the dentists' register who are required to produce proof of having practised dentistry, as their main means of livelihood, during the period spent as assistants to registered or unregistered dentists, a sworn affidavit by the person employing them to this effect is accepted as sufficient proof to entitle them to be registered, if in other respects they comply with the requirements of the Dentists Act?


I understand that it is the custom of the Dental Board in the case of applicants for registration who have been employed by another unregistered practitioner to accept a sworn declaration by the employer as corroborative of the statements made by the applicant himself.

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