STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
AN ACT to amend Chapter 28 of the Revised Code of the State of Delaware in relation to the State Board of Pharmacy.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That Chapter 28 of the Revised Code of the State of Delaware be and the same is hereby amended by striking out 859 Section 4, and 868 Section 13, of said Chapter, and by inserting in lieu thereof the following, to be known as 859. Section 4, and 868 Section 13:
859. Sec. 4. COMPENSATION OF SECRETARY AND MEMBERS; FEES AND FINES, HOW DISPOSED OF; ANNUAL APPROPRIATION; COMPENSATION, HOW PAID:
The Secretary shall receive such salary, not exceeding Three Hundred Dollars per annum, as may be prescribed by the Board, and his necessary expenses while engaged in the performance of his official duties. The other members shall receive the sum' of Ten Dollars for each day actually employed in the discharge of their official duties, and their necessary expenses while engaged therein, provided that no member shall receive in any event more than Three Hundred Dollars per annum.
All fees collected by the Secretary for the examination of pharmacists and assistant pharmacists and for the renewal of certificates of registration, and all fines collected under prosecutions, begun or caused to be begun by the Board of Pharmacy, and all other funds collected under this Chapter, shall by him be conveyed into the State Treasury monthly, and shall be placed to the credit of a fund which is appropriated for the use of the Board of Pharmacy.
There is hereby appropriated annually hereafter, from money in the Treasury of this State, the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, to be placed to the credit of the Board of Pharmacy, and to be used as herein provided.
The compensation and expenses of the Secretary and members of the Board of Pharmacy, and all expenses incurred by the Board in carrying into execution the provisions of this Chapter, shall be paid out of said fund upon the warrant signed by the President and Secretary of the Board, in accordance with the provisions of Section 20 of Chapter Fifteen.
868. Sec. 13. FEES; WHEN PAYABLE :The Board of Pharmacy shall charge and collect the following fees: for the examination of an applicant for license as a pharmacist, Fifteen Dollars; for the examination of an applicant for license as an assistant pharmacist, Ten Dollars ; for renewing the license of a pharmacist, One Dollar; for renewing the license of an assistant pharmacist, One Dollar.
All fees shall be paid before any applicant may be admitted to examination or his name placed upon the register of pharmacist or assistant pharmacist, or before any license, or any renewal thereof, may be issued by the Board.
Approved March 6, 1929.