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Session Laws, 1947
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which shall accompany application, the remaining ten dol-
lars ($10.00) to be paid upon issuance of certificate. When
a Certificate of Qualification issued by the National
Bureau of Engineering Registration is accepted as evidence
of qualification, the total fee for registration as Profes-
sional Engineer shall be ten dollars ($10.00).

The fee for Engineer-in-Training shall be ten dollars
($10.00), which shall accompany the application and shall
include the cost of examination and issuance of certificate.
When registration as a Professional Engineer is completed
by an Engineer-in-Training, an additional fee of fifteen
dollars ($15.00) shall be paid before issuance of certifi-
cate as a Professional Engineer.

The registration fee for Land Surveyors shall be fifteen
dollars ($15.00), which shall accompany application.

When a person desires registration both as a Profes-
sional Engineer and Land Surveyor, the fee shall be twen-
ty-five dollars ($25.00) which shall accompany application.

Should the Board deny the issuance of a certificate of
registration to any applicant the initial fee deposited shall
be retained as an application fee.

14. Examinations. When oral or written examinations
are required, they shall be held at such time and place as
the Board shall determine. When examinations are re-
quired on fundamental engineering subjects (such as are
ordinarily given in college curricula), the applicant shall be
permitted to take this part of the professional examination
prior to his completion of the requisite years of experience
in engineering work, and satisfactory passage of this por-
tion of the professional examination by the applicant shall
constitute a credit for a period of ten years. The Board
shall issue to each applicant upon successfully passing the
examination in fundamental engineering subjects a cer-
tificate stating that he has passed the examination and that
his name has been recorded as an Engineer-in-Training.

The scope of the examinations and the methods of proce-
dure shall be prescribed by the Board with special refer-
ence to the applicant's ability to design and supervise en-
gineering works so as to insure the safety of life, health,
and property. Examinations shall be given for the purpose
of determining the qualifications of applicants for regis-
tration separately in engineering and in land surveying.
A candidate failing on examination may apply for re-ex-
amination at the expiration of six months and will be re-
examined without payment of additional fee. Subsequent


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