Midwives Act, 1944

Relief for women whose names were removed from former roll.

62.—Where the Board become of opinion that the right to attend women in childbirth should be restored to any woman whose name stood, immediately before the appointed day, removed from the former roll, the Board may register her in the roll of midwives and so much of this Act and the rules made under this Act as relate to the restoration of a name to the roll of midwives shall have effect in relation to such registration.