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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30-'HE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday. March 16, 197? Yei in leislature c to provide new 'professional code' Quebec UT> Quoboc is taking steps to provide a sin- gle code of law Rovernins! (ho conduct of nil priifessionals aixl givi'.iK public representa- tioii fur the first time on the bodies that govern thi'sc pro- fessums. But tlieve arc of oppo- sition to the province's new " code" which may bring verbal fireworks ulien the coim'S be- fore a legislature coir.railtee later this winter. The code, given first read- ing in the legislature late last year along with oilier liil's governing specific profes- sions, is intended lo ensure that protection of Uie public is Ihc first concern of profes- sional bodies. Put another way, it is an al- tempt to eliminate what one civil servant called the ciiance that self-governing p r o f c s- sional bodies act as "trade protecting inter- ests of their members before all else. Strongest complaint aiiout the legislation so far has come from the Quebec Bar, whose president, Yvon .las- min, told a recent r.ews con- VTCH! i f r" A i JI CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" Medical Centre TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING fi'rcnco Uie legislation could threaten the confidential na- ture of lawyers' dealings with clients. SEKK EXEMPTION He said the general council of the Quebec Bar unani- inously decided to ask to bo exempted from the legislation and lo ask for legislation concerning the Bar Act to re- place the amending legislation introduced last December. Key to bringing new protec- tion and participation for the public is the professional code. It requires a small number o f government-appointed members on the boards of directors of all professional bodies. It also establishes n Quebec professions board to oversee the professional bodies. The board will "see that each pro- fessional corporation adopts a code of ethics and an arbitra- tion procedure for its mem- bers' accounts." It also will ensure that some corporations establish in- demnity funds and that the corporations r e in a i n finan- cially solvent. The n u m b e r of govern- ment-appointed directors on Uie professional corporations mil range from two to four. The corporations will have from eight to 24 directors de- pending on their size. EDITORIAL CRITICAL First sign of a lawyers' re- volt against the legislation came in an editorial in the Quebec Bar's monthly news- paper, Barreau '71. Lawyer Rene Letarte asked In the editorial whether gov- ernment appointment of direc- tors would be "an element of (public) participation or the beginning of a trusteeship which sooner or later is likely (o undermine the real inter- ests of The editorial noted that gov- ernment-appointed directors are not required under the legislation to be trained in the profession to which they aro named director. It also questioned other gov- ernment nominations. Under Uie bill, each profes- sional corporation would have a professional inspection com- mittee to supervise the quality of work done by professionals and a discipline committee to enforce standards of conduct. The government would ap- point the secretary of tha three-member inspection com- mittee and the quired to be a with 10 y e a r s' tho three-member discipline eonv mittee. as chiropractors iotherapists, radiology cians, podiatrists, dc and dental hygienists. phys- techni- ntnrists The bill amending the Bar Aet would allow law gradu- ates or members of the bar from oilier countries lo lw ad- mitted directly lo Ihe profes- sion in Quebec if their di- ploma is considered equiva- lent to Quebec law PAINTING HECOVEKKD BOLOGNA, Italy CAP) Po- lice announced Tuesday they have recovered two paintings by Titian and Gucrcuio valued at million that were stolen from a church at Ancona early [his month. Officers reported they have arrested two persons, one a Swiss woman, in connec- tion with the theft. CONTKOI. HOTEL KIKE PEKING (Renter) Firo broke out Wednesday In the Pe- king Hotel, the Chinese capital's premier hotel, but was quickly brought under control by 12 fire engines which raced lo the. scene. The hotel kitchens visited by Mrs. Hichard Nixon during last month's visit to Pe- king by the U.S. president. SIMPSONS-SEARS TELEVISION Stretch Deiiim For Kiddies Makes Life Easier For You Because our nylon-cotton stretch cfenim looks so great, wears so well, and launders like a charm. Kids love it too. ll's so handy and comfortable. Zip Front Shirt. Perrna-prest nylon. Long poinl collar. 3, 4, 5, 6, 6x. Jacket Has nally contrast bu lions, bond. Zipper fronl. Mac nine wash. Navy, Mauve. 4-6x. Fashion for the Little Lad. Flared Pant with contrast stitching. Navy only. 3, A, 5, 6, 6x. Stretch Gingham Is great with denim. Mock turtle neck. Navy or Red check. C.S.5. 1, 3, 4, 6, 6x. 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