Blumenthal V. Board Of Medical Examiners

Blumenthal V. Board Of Medical Examiners

Petitioner appeals from a judgment denying his petition for a writ of mandate to compel the Board of Medical Examiners to register him as a dispensing optician. Petitioner’s first application for a license, filed on or about March 5, 1957, was denied on April 18, 1957, because he had not established that he had “at least five (5) full years of actual experience in taking facial measurements and fitting and adjusting lenses or frames in an establishment or establishments of a dispensing optician registered under this chapter or of a dispensing optician engaged in dispensing prior to the enactment of this chapter and thereafter registered, or who has been licensed as a dispensing optician for a period of five years in another state.”*fn1 (Bus. & Prof. Code, § 2552, subd. (a).) Petitioner’s second application, filed on or about May 21, 1957, was denied on October 17, 1958, on the same ground. The board also found that petitioner had not met the requirement of good moral character imposed by subdivision (b) of section 2552. The basis for this finding was that petitioner had pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of

Blumenthal V. Board Of Medical Examiners



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