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(1)If any person fraudulently exhibits any certificate purporting to be a certificate of membership of the Society, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour.
(2)If, with intent to deceive, any person—
(a)[F1forges, or] uses, or lends to or allows to be used by any other person any certificate issued under the Pharmacy Acts; or
(b)makes or has in his possession any document so closely resembling such a certificate as to be calculated to deceive,
he shall be liable on summary conviction, in respect of each offence, to a fine not exceeding [F2level 3 on the standard scale] and, in the case of a continuing offence, to a further fine not exceeding five pounds for every day subsequent to the day on which he is convicted of the offence during which the contravention continues.
(3)If any person to whom a certificate of registration has been issued in pursuance of section five of this Act ceases to be a registered pharmaceutical chemist he shall, before the expiration of fourteen days from so ceasing, transmit the certificate to the registrar for cancellation, and, if he fails to do so, he shall be liable on summary conviction, in respect of each offence, to a fine not exceeding [F4level 1 on the standard scale] and to a further fine not exceeding one pound for every day subsequent to the day on which he is convicted of the offence during which the default continues.
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