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Delhi Homoeopathic Act, 1956

 

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Delhi Homoeopathic Act, 1956

   
  PART I: PRELIMINARY
1.

Short title, extent and commencement

2.

Interpretation

   
  PART II: ESTABLISHMENT OF BOARD
3.

Establishment of Board

4.

Chairman and Vice-Chairman

5.

Term of Office

6.

First Board to be nominated by Government

7.

Resignation

8.

Filling of casual vacancies in the Office of Chairman, Vice-Chairman or a member

9.

Removal of Member

10.

Disqualification for Membership

11.

Duties of Chairman

12.

Delegation by Chairman of his powers and duties to the Vice-Chairman

13.

Duties of Vice-Chairman

14.

Nomination of members in default of election

15.

Notification of elections, nominations and vacancies

16.

Payment of allowance to members

   
  PART III: CONDUCT OF BUSINESS
17.

Meeting of the Board

18.

Procedure at meetings of Board

19.

The minute book and resolutions

20.

Validity of proceedings

   
  PART IV: STAFF AND MEDICAL REGISTRATION
21.

Registrar and other officer and servants of the Board

22.

Order by Board for maintenance of register

23.

Duties of Registrar

24.

Persons entitled to registration

25.

Renewal fees

26.

Removal of names from the register

27.

Power of Board to call for information from medical institutions

28.

Publication of names entered in the register

29.

Examinations

30.

Appointment of Inspectors

31.

Grant and withdrawal of recognition

   
  PART V: FUNCTIONS AND FINANCES OF THE BOARD
32.

Powers of the Board

33.

Budget

34.

Revised budget

35.

Homoeopathic Fund

36.

Custody and investment of Homoeopathic Fund

   
  PART VI: PRIVILEGES OF REGISTERED PRACTITIONERS
37.

Qualified Practitioners Certificates

38.

Exemption from serving on inquests

   
  PART VII: OFFENCES
39.

Conferring granting or issuing diploma, license etc, by unauthorized person or institution

40.

False assumption of certificate or diploma to be an offence

   
  PART VIII: MISCELLANEOUS
41.

Appeals to State Government from decision of Board

42.

Bar to suit and other legal proceedings

43.

Control of Board by State Government

44.

Court competent to try offences under this Act and take cognizance of offences

45.

Delegation of powers

46.

Making of Regulations

47.

Rules

   
 

THE SCHEDULE

 

Delhi Homoeopathic Act, 1956

 

 

 

 

 

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