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if he cannot practise in one place, how can he in another? 2nd.-That, as registered persons, we have acquired certain legal rights. What can this mean but that all unregistered persons are now compelled to strip themselves of any preassumed powers they have ventured to take upon themselves? They have now no legal rights; therefore, if they act like registered persons, they will be acting illegally, and must be punished accordingly. I think, therefore, that I have proved my 3rd conclusion.-Thatdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)52786-0 fatcat:lwshes4kkvek5izfnckshhknpa