Any officer, agent or employee of any professional school or college, whether organized
as a corporation, association, partnership, common law trust, or individually owned
and operated, who knowingly permits the issuance of any diploma or any certificate
of graduation from any such school or college as aforesaid to anyone, or anyone who
knowingly accepts or receives such certificate or diploma, unless the recipient or
beneficiary thereof has actually attended in good faith at least eighty percent of
the minimum curriculum prescribed in this chapter for such character of schools in
this or some other state, and has received instruction in and has satisfactorily passed
all the courses and subjects purported 1 to be required by said school for completion of its course, and has actually been
granted a degree by vote of the trustees of said college or school, shall be guilty
of a class A misdemeanor.
Revisor's note: Word “purporting” appears in original rolls.
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