Pharmacy Act 1954

  1. Introductory Text

  2. Registration of pharmaceutical chemists

    1. 1. Appointment of registrar and other officers.

    2. 2. The registers and registration.

    3. 3. Qualification by examination for registration.

    4. 4. Qualification by degree, diploma, etc. for registration.

    5. 4A. Qualification by appropriate European diploma for registration

    6. 5. Certificates of registration.

    7. 6. Evidence of registration.

  3. Removal from and restoration to the register, etc.

    1. 7. The Statutory Committee.

    2. 8. Control of registrations by Statutory Committee.

    3. 9. Restriction on directions by Statutory Committee.

    4. 10. Appeals against directions, etc.

    5. 11. Time of operation etc. of certain directions.

    6. 12. Removal from register for non-payment of retention fee, etc.

    7. 13. Corrections of the register.

  4. Imposition of practising conditions and suspension from the register

    1. 13A. The Health Committee.

    2. 13B. Preliminary investigation by the Council.

    3. 13C. Conditions of practice orders and suspension orders.

    4. 13D. Review of orders.

    5. 13E. Exercise by Health Committee of its powers.

    6. 13F. Interim suspension orders.

    7. 13G. Procedural regulations.

    8. 13H. Duties of registrar in relation to orders, etc.

    9. 13I. Effect of suspension of registration.

    10. 13J. Appeals against decisions of the Health Committee.

    11. 13K. Procedure on appeals.

    12. 13L. Decisions of appeal tribunals.

    13. 13M. Approval of regulations.

  5. Miscellaneous provisions relating to the Pharmaceutical Society

    1. 14. Membership of the Society.

    2. 15. Appointment of additional members of Council.

    3. 16. Byelaws.

    4. 17. The benevolent fund.

  6. Offences

    1. 18. Falsifications by the registrar.

    2. 19.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    3. 20. Offences relating to certificates.

    4. 21. Extension of time for certain prosecutions.

  7. Supplemental

    1. 22. Exercise of powers conferred on Privy Council.

    2. 23. Application of fees, etc.

    3. 24. Interpretation.

    4. 25. Transitional and consequential provisions and repeals.

    5. 26. Short title, commencement and extent.

  8. SCHEDULES

    1. FIRST SCHEDULE

      The Statutory Committee

      1. Constitution

        1. 1.(1) Subject to the provisions of the next following sub-paragraph,...

        2. 2.A person may be appointed to be a member of...

        3. 3.(1) Subject to the provisions of the next following sub-paragraph,...

      2. Procedure

        1. 4.(1) The quorum of the committee shall be three, of...

        2. 5.(1) The committee may make regulations as to the procedure...

      3. Expenses

        1. 6.The Society shall pay to members of the committee such...

    2. SCHEDULE 1A

      QUALIFYING EUROPEAN DIPLOMAS

      1. Belgium

        1. 1.Le diploâme leágal de pharmacien/het wettelijk diploma van apoteker (the...

      2. Denmark

        1. 2.Bevis for bestået farmaceutisk kandidateksamen (the university pharmacy certificate).

      3. France

        1. 3.The State diploma in pharmacy awarded by the universities or...

      4. Germany

        1. 4.(1) Zeugnis uäber die staatliche Pharmazeutische Pruäfung (the State examination...

      5. Greece

        1. 5.Pistopoihtikό twn armodίwn arxώn, ikanόthtaς άskhshς thς farmakeutikhς; xorhgoύmeno metά...

      6. Ireland

        1. 6.The certificate of Registered Pharmaceutical Chemist.

      7. Italy

        1. 7.The diploma or certificate giving the right to practise pharmacy,...

      8. Luxembourg

        1. 8.(1) The State pharmacy diploma awarded by the State Examining...

      9. The Netherlands

        1. 9.Het getuigschrift van met goed gevolg afgelegd apothekersexamen (the university...

      10. Portugal

        1. 10.Carta de curso de licenciatura em Cieâncias Farmaceâuticas (the certificate...

      11. Spain

        1. 11.Tiátulo de licenciado en farmacia (university degree in pharmacy awarded...

    3. SCHEDULE 1B

      The Health Committee

      1. Interpretation

        1. 1.In this Schedule— “ the Committee ” means the Health...

      2. Constitution

        1. 2.(1) The Committee shall consist of— (a) a chairman and...

      3. Term of office and resignation

        1. 3.(1) A member appointed by the Privy Council—

      4. Procedure

        1. 4.(1) In any case, the functions of the Committee shall...

      5. Expenses

        1. 5.The Council may pay to any member such expenses and...

      6. Legal assessors

        1. 6.(1) The Council shall appoint persons to be legal assessors....

    4. SCHEDULE 1C

      Appeal Tribunals

      1. Interpretation

        1. 1.In this Schedule— “appeal tribunal” means an appeal tribunal established...

      2. Constitution

        1. 2.An appeal tribunal shall consist of three members of the...

      3. Appeal tribunals panel

        1. 3.(1) There shall be a panel of persons eligible for...

      4. Term of office and resignation

        1. 4.(1) A member of the panel— (a) shall hold office...

      5. Clerks of tribunals

        1. 5.The chairman or deputy chairman may appoint a person approved...

      6. Expenses

        1. 6.Any expenses reasonably incurred by an appeal tribunal, including any...

    5. SECOND SCHEDULE

      1. 1.The Council may direct the registrar to register any name...

      2. 2.If any person whose name has been removed in pursuance...

      3. 3.Where any person whose name has been removed as mentioned...

      4. 4.Where the name of any person was absent from the...

      5. 5.The provisions of subsection (3) of section eight, section nine,...

      6. 6.Any direction given under subsection (1) or subsection (2) of...

      7. 7.Nothing in subsection (2) of section twenty-five of this Act...

      8. 8.Any reference in any document (excluding the Act of 1933)...

      9. 9.Every certificate of registration which was issued before the thirty-first...

      10. 10.Where any offence (being an offence for the continuance of...

      11. 11.In this Schedule “the register of chemists and druggists” means...

    6. THIRD SCHEDULE

      1. The Pharmacy and Poisons Act, 1933 (23 &c 24 Geo. 5. c. 25)

        1. After section eleven there shall be inserted the following section—...

        2. In section twenty-five, in subsections (1) AND (4), after the...

        3. In section twenty-nine, in the definition of “ Byelaws” after...

    7. FOURTH SCHEDULE

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