North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 88A. Electrolysis Practice Act § 88A-11. Licensure without examination
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The Board may issue a license to practice electrology, without examination, to an applicant:
(1) Who was engaged in the practice of electrolysis in this State or another state prior to July 1, 1993, and who submits an application for licensure to the Board on or before January 31, 1994.
(2) Who is certified or licensed in good standing to practice electrolysis in another state, provided that the other state's educational hours of instruction are equal to or greater than the hours required in this State.
King Hill project, Idaho, shall be subject to the reclamation Act of June 17, 1902, and all Acts amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto, so far as applicable and consistent with contract made prior to July 1, 1918, between the United States and King Hill irrigation district: Provided, That for the purposes of issuing patent to lands reclaimed, the reclamation effected by the operations of the United States Bureau of Reclamation may be considered by the Secretary of the Interior as equivalent to reclamation effected by the State of Idaho, under section 641 of this title.
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