THE NEW ZEALAND DENTIST ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of dentists was held last evening ; Mr J. P. Armstrong presiding. There were also present Messrs F. Armstrong, Boot, Gresham, Hunter, Myers, and Robinson.
It was resolved, on the motion of Mr Boot, seconded by Mr Robinson—" That the Otago dentists form themselves into the Otago Branch of the New Zealand Dental Association." On the motion of Mr J. P. Armstrong, seconded by Mr Robinson, it was resolved —"That Mr Boot be appointed delegate to go to Wellington for the purpose of representing the Association at the ensuing meeting of delegates from the various parts of the colony." Proposed by Mr Myeks, seconded by Mr Boot, and carried—" That all the Otago dentists on tho register be asked to join the Association."
The objects of the Association are the promotion of dental science and the maintenance of the honor and interests of the dental profession ; the periodical meeting of members of the Association in different parts of the colony ; the maintenance of the spirit and provisions of the Dental Act, or any amendment of it that may be advisable in the interests of the profession and public, by such lawful means as may be necessary ; the elimination of unprofessional practices ; and the agitation for a better standard of dental education.
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THE NEW ZEALAND DENTIST ASSOCIATION., Evening Star, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
THE NEW ZEALAND DENTIST ASSOCIATION. Evening Star, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
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