Pharmacy Act, 1951


1.—In this Act—

“the Act of 1890” means the Pharmacy Act (Ireland), 1875, Amendment Act, 1890;

“the council” means the council of the Society;

“existing registered druggist” means a person who, at the commencement of this Act, is registered in the register of registered druggists in Ireland;

“the Minister” means the Minister for Health;

“the period for qualification” means the period of three years beginning on the commencement of this Act;

“prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made by the council subject to the provisions of the Principal Act;

“the Principal Act” means the Pharmacy Act (Ireland), 1875;

“the registrar” means the registrar of the Society;

“the Society” means the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland.