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" It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, handbills, posters-, or signs calling attention to peculiar styles of work, lowness of prices, special modes of operating; or to claim superiority over neighboring practitioners; to publish... "
Annual Meeting of the National Dental Association - Page 29
by American Dental Association - 1883
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American Journal of Dental Science

Dentistry - 1867 - 860 pages
...young should show special respect to their seniors; the aged special encouragement to their juniors. SEC. 2. The person and office arrangements of the...should sustain a high-toned moral character. SEC. 9. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, handbills, posters-, or signs calling...
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The Pennsylvania Journal of Dental Science, Volume 1

Dentistry - 1874 - 542 pages
...young should show special respect to their seniors — the aged special encouragement to their juniors. SEC. 2. The person and office arrangements of the...unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, hand-bills, posters, or signs, calling attention to peculiar styles of work, lowness of prices,...
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Proceedings of the New England Dental Society

1888 - 112 pages
...should show special respect to their seniors ; the aged special encouragement to their juniors. SECT. 2. The person and office arrangements of the dentist...and he should sustain a hightoned moral character. SECT. 3. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, handbills, posters, or signs,...
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Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting: Of the New England Dental ...

New England Dental Society - Dentistry - 1888 - 122 pages
...should show special respect to their seniors ; the aged special encouragement to their juniors. SECT. 2. The person and office arrangements of the dentist...and he should sustain a hightoned moral character. SECT. 3. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, handbills, posters, or signs,...
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Dominion Dental Journal, Volume 9

Dentistry - 1897 - 478 pages
...calculated to dishonor his profession, and should ever manifest a due respect for his brethren. Sec. 5. The person and office arrangements of the dentist...should indicate that he is a gentleman ; and he should maintain a hightoned moral character. Sec. 6. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements,...
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Physicians' and Dentists' Directory of the State of Michigan

1893 - 158 pages
...should show special respect to to their seniors; the aged special encouragement to their juniors. SECT. 2. The person and office arrangements of the dentist...and he should sustain a high-toned moral character. m SECT. 3. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, cards, handbills, posters, or signs,...
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Pacific Medico-dental Gazette, Volume 6

Dentistry - 1898 - 764 pages
...young should show special respect for their seniors; the aged special encouragement for their juniors. SEC. 2. The person and office arrangements of the...indicate that he is a gentleman; and he should sustain a high and moral character. SEC. 3. It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements, such as...
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Dominion Dental Journal, Volume 20

Dentistry - 1908 - 476 pages
...upright and courteous in his intercourse with the public, and his brethren in the profession. Sec. 2. — It is unprofessional to resort to public advertisements,...signs, calling attention to peculiar styles of work, photos, lithographs, or engravings made from wood, steel, or other materials ; advertising free operations,...
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Physicians' and Dentists' Directory of the State of Michigan

1900 - 140 pages
...young should show special respect to their seniors; the aged special encouragement to their juniors. Sec. 2. The person and office arrangements of the dentist should Indicate that he is a gentlemah; and he should sustain a high-toned moral character. Sec. 3. It is unprofessional to resort...
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