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Montana Title 37. Professions and Occupations § 37-31-102. Exemptions

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The provisions of this chapter do not prohibit:

(1) service in case of emergency or domestic administration without compensation;

(2) services by persons authorized under the laws of this state to practice dentistry, the healing arts, or mortuary science;  or

(3) barbering, cosmetology, or esthetics services, including the application of masks, makeup, or other theatrical devices, in the course of or incidental to a theatrical or other visual arts production, including television or motion pictures, by persons employed or under contract to provide these services.

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