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  PHARMACY AND DRUGS (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1975 (LI 1011).

 

IN exercise of the powers conferred on the Commissioner responsible for Health by section 59 of the Pharmacy and Drugs Act, 1961 (Act 64) these Regulations are made this 8th day of April, 1975.

Regulation 1—L.I. 142 Amended.

The Pharmacy and Drugs Regulations, 1961 (L.I. 142) as amended are hereby further amended in regulations 5, 8 and 29 thereof as follows:—

(a) by the substitution in regulation 5 thereof for the fee of "ten shillings" appearing therein of the fee of "twenty cedis";

(b) by the substitution in regulation 8 thereof for the fee of "five pounds five shillings" appearing therein of the fee of "twenty-five cedis";

(c) by the substitution for regulation 29 thereof of the following new regulation—

"29. Application for Registration of Specialities.

The application for registration of a drug as a speciality under section 54 (2) of the Act shall be in the Form No. 25 of the First Schedule hereto, and a fee of twenty cedis shall be charged for each registration.”

Regulation 2—First Schedule to L.I. 142 Amended.

The said Regulations are further amended in the First Schedule thereof as follows:—

(a) by the omission of the following words and figures:

"I enclose the registration fee of 10s" from Form No. 3;

(b) by the omission of the following words and figures:

"We enclose the licence fee of 5 5s" from Form No. 6;

(c) by the omission of the following words and figures:

"I/We enclose registration fee of 1 1s” from Form No. 25.

Regulation 3—Commencement.

These Regulations shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of September, 1974.

LT.-COLONEL A. H. SELORMEY

Commissioner Responsible for Health

Date of Gazette Notification: 25th April, 1975.

 

 

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