§ 50-13. Exceptions.  
A.
None of the provisions of this Chapter shall apply to a regularly established and licensed 
hospital, sanitarium, nursing home or medical clinic, nor to an officer or clinic operated 
by a duly qualified and licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor or physical therapist in
connection with his regular practice (provided, however, that such office or clinic is 
regularly used by such physician, osteopath, chiropractor or physical therapist as his 
principal location for the practice of his profession) nor to the giving of massages for hire
in any of said places.  
B.
Persons who have completed an approved course of study in massage shall, upon 
approval of the Health Director, be exempt from the requirements to obtain a personal 
license in order to administer massage. The Health Director shall review documentation 
of completion of the course of study in massage and determine exception to the 
provisions of this Chapter requiring a personal license.