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Medicines and Related Substances Control Amendment Act, No. 17 of 1979

Long title


To amend the Medicines and Related Substances Control Act, 1965, so as to define or further define certain expressions; to further regulate the constitution of the Medicines Control Council and the Medicines Control Appeal Board; to extend the provisions of the said Act to medicines intended for animals; to make new provisions in relation to the labelling and advertising of medicines; to further regulate the furnishing of information regarding the registration of medicines and the cancellation of such registration; to make further provision for the control of Scheduled substances and for the authorization of inspectors, analysts, pharmacologists and pathologists to act in terms of the said Act; to further regulate the taking and dealing with samples of medicines and Scheduled substances; and to effect a change in relation to the power to make regulations; and to provide for matters connected therewith. 

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Amendment of section 1 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 1 of Act 65 of 1974
2. Amendment of section 3 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 3 of Act 65 of 1974 and section 1 of Act 36 of 1977
3. Amendment of section 6 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 5 of Act 65 of 1974
4. Amendment of section 10 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 8 of Act 65 of 1974
5. Amendment of section 11 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 9 of Act 65 of 1974
6. Amendment of section 14 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 12 of Act 65 of 1974
7. Substitution of section 18 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 16 of Act 65 of 1974
8. Substitution of section 22 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 20 of Act 65 of 1974
9. Amendment of section 22A of Act 101 of 1965, as inserted by section 21 of Act 65 of 1974
10. Amendment of section 26 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 24 of Act 65 of 1974 and section 1 of Act 19 of 1976
11. Substitution of section 27 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 25 of Act 65 of 1974
12. Amendment of section 28 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 26 of Act 65 of 1974
13. Amendment of section 31 of Act 101 of 1965, as amended by section 29 of Act 65 of 1974
14. Amendment of section 35 of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 31 of Act 65 of 1974 and amended by section 3 of Act 19 of 1976
15. Substitution of long title of Act 101 of 1965, as substituted by section 37 of Act 65 of 1974
16. Short title
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