Any person, firm or corporation owning, managing or conducting a store, shop or place
of business and not having in its employ and on duty, during all hours in which acts
constituting the business of opticianry are carried on, a licensed dispensing optician
engaged in supervision of such store, office, place of business or optical establishment,
or representing to the public, by means of advertisement or otherwise or by using
the words, “optician, licensed optician, optical establishment, optical office, ophthalmic
dispenser,” or any combination of such terms within or without such store representing
that the same is a legally established optical place of business duly licensed as
such and managed or conducted by persons holding a dispensing optician's license,
when in fact such permit is not held by such person, firm or corporation, or by some
person employed by such person, firm or corporation and on the premises and in charge
of such optical business, shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
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