The 1967 Charter has in turn been superseded by the Charter of 2015. It. laid down new rules for filling occasional vacancies on Council; limited the number of Vice-Presidents to two; reduced the age limit for Fellows to 23 and the minimum period in practice to two years; and. confirmed the charters, except to the extent that they were altered by or inconsistent with the Act, and allowed them to be amended or added to by supplemental Royal Charters so long as the new provision was consistent with the Act. allowed the College to continue to hold examinations in the Free State, but with a local internal examiner and with power for the Irish Free State Veterinary Council to appoint observers. gave Council power to amend or add to the Charter by resolution, subject to procedural requirements, confirmation by a general meeting and approval by Her Majesty in Council. The Parliament of South Australia enacts as follows: Part 1—Preliminary . �$��`Lx|�I���p8|�sqx�!�H� W$ԁȹ@���! A Supplemental Royal Charter of 2015 sets out the objects of the College, gives it power to undertake activities in order to achieve its objects, and makes it the regulator of registered veterinary nurses. Background. the number of elected members of Council was increased from 20 to 24, and any newly recognised veterinary schools were to appoint two members to Council; Council was given power to grant temporary registration to persons who had passed the examinations for a recognised veterinary degree but not yet received the degrees, or to holders of Commonwealth or foreign veterinary qualifications; employees of animal welfare societies practising under licences under section 7 of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1948 were brought within the Supplementary Veterinary Register; Council was given discretion to set registration and retention fees, subject to Privy Council approval; Council was required to set up a Preliminary Investigation Committee to look into disciplinary allegations, and  the Disciplinary Committee was enlarged from nine to twelve members; appeals from directions of the Disciplinary Committee were to be heard by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council instead of the High Court; applications for restoration to the register were only to be made after the expiry of ten months; and. 1896 0 obj <> endobj h�bbd``b`~$g�W ��$���$.��bWD�� When should we test an animal for COVID-19? �£̻�D��j�A�{l��T�v�F.T@�vׄ��D��%�,�ꎤ�hj$j�Kd�+$]u"�)�L x�[�i�~J���n.wp3�2���p�χ=���4�+9T���h2��N�@�>4���b�<1�^����+�k@��r�~���^s����P�z�zǀ9P�N��ZI��S�]s?��D�=^//���$�R�ǹ׸ǹ7��4����̼Ƙ10�N��. gave the College power to create Fellows (who had to be at least 26 years old, have practised for five years or been professors in a veterinary school and passed a test or special examination). Suspension for a specified period was introduced as an alternative to removal from the Register. The veterinarian who will be in charge of the veterinary facility which seeks a permit to operate must submit to the Board a notarized application for registration in the form provided by the Board. �F}������J2G�L��D���ёL%b�al�I����/�Ԟ���2�G܈!��{�pE�H�^G��ؓ����1N�$�K2�Ԟ^��x5��Y�o�Ӭ'Eax�@�膼��#��=���ؑ-%u���)5�P$�d�{K6A�,�n�0�u2��U�n�7�����z���슞,QY���贌6S9�?N�=l�&t\�=���W��a���q>2�brQ%��'��C"\9� there were some changes in the exceptions to the rule prohibiting unqualified persons from practising veterinary surgery: in particular, they could no longer spay pigs or castrate horses. This site makes use of cookies, which we use to collect anonymised statistical data to improve your experience, and not for marketing purposes.