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Excerpt from Recommended Uniform Law for Registration of Architects
Without acting upon the principles involved, or upon the merits of the law drafted by its able Committee, Council gave its Committee's report wide publicity, so that those working in several States on the subject Of registra tion might have the benefit Of the Committee's work. In this way Council expected also to Obtain criticism and experience to guide it whenever the time for action should arrive.
In December, 1919, a Joint Committee Of the American Institute Of Architects and Engineering Council was created to consider subjects Of interest to both architects and engineers. At a meeting held September 15, 1920, this committee considered the subject Of joint registration laws and approved the proposition, laying down certain basic principles which such laws should contain.
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