Medical Act 1971

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050B. FM law REPRINT MALAYSIA PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL SDN BHD and PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 Act 50 medical Act 1971 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2006 050B. FM Page 1 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm PREPARED for PUBLICATION by the MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL SDN BHD and PRINTED by PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD KUALA LUMPUR BRANCH 2006 2 the medical Act 1971 Royal Assent Date............ September 27, 1971, the date of publication in the Gazette of ... ... more 30 September 1971 REPRINT BEFORE Reprinting the first......... 1982 Reprint the second......... 1993 Third Re-printing......... 1999 050B. FM Page 2 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 50 medical Act 1971 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title 2. Interpretation Part II The MALAYSIAN MEDICAL COUNCIL 3. Establishment and membership of the Council 4. Duties and powers of the Council 5. Public Authorities Protection 6. Public servants 7. The First Schedule 8. Minister's power to issue instructions 9. Statement Of MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS REGISTRATION PART III 10. Registrar 11. Express Medical 12. Person who is entitled to be registered while 13. Experience is required to be obtained by the person who registered while 14. Person who is entitled to be registered full 050B. FM Page 3 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 4 laws of Malaysia Act 50 section 15. Exemption of certain medical officer in the ship's 16. Certificate of practice while 17. Evidence of approval shall be granted prior to the entry made in the register 18. Application for registration 19. Restrictions on registration 20. Certificate of practice annual 21. Publication of the list of registered medical practitioners to whom issued certificate of full adoption of annual 22. Notification of change of address of permanent residence or practice 23. Council's power to make certain entries appearing in the name of the register 24. Stop registration 25. Changes in the register 26. Privileges for registered persons and obstacles against unregistered 27. Medical certificate 28. Definition Of PART IV DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS 29. The jurisdiction of the Disciplinary Council 30. Disciplinary punishment 31. Appeal against the order of the Council 31A. Restoration of name to the register part V GENERAL 32. Registration fraud 33. Error 34. Therapeutic method of Malay, Chinese, Indian or other natural 34A method. Examination and treatment of patients by medical students 050B. FM Page 4 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 5 Section 34B. The Government's liability tort committed by the current non-governmental practitioners treat patients on request or through an arrangement with the Government of 34C. A medical practitioner authorized by the Director General shall be deemed to be Government medical officer 35. Penalties am PART VI regulations, SAVINGS and REPEAL 36. Regulations 37. Saving of 38. Repeal Of PART VII SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS For The PURPOSE Of The COUNTRY'S 39. Purpose, commencement and duration the Division 40. Notice to the registered person so served in the position of full medical in public service 41. Length of service in accordance with the notice under subsection 40 (1) 42. Power of Minister to give a reduction, exemption or postponement of a period of service under section 41 43. The Minister may make rules 44. Saving FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE Of The THIRD SCHEDULE 050B. FM Page 5 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 050B. FM Page 6 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 7 laws of MALAYSIA Act 50 medical Act 1971 an act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the registration of medical practitioners and practices and to make certain provisions for national purposes in respect of a period of service in the public service after full registration as a medical practitioner; and to make provision for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid.
[Throughout Malaysia — October 1, 1971]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows: part I preliminary short title 1. This Act may be cited as the medical Act 1971.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "Member" means a member of the Malaysian Medical Council established under section 3;
"registered" means registered temporarily under section 12 or is registered under section 14, as the case may be;
050B. FM Page 7 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 8 laws of Malaysia Act 50 "full registered" means registered under section 14;
"Register" means the register of Medical required to be maintained under section 11;
"temporary registered" means registered temporarily under section 12;
"prescribed" means prescribed by regulations made under this Act;
"approval" means a diploma, degree, fellowship, membership, licence, power practice, letters, testimonials, certificate or other document or status conferred by a College, University, Corporation or other body, or by any Department, or a person acting pursuant to the authority of the Government of a State or place in or outside Malaysia;
"Director General" means the Director General of health, Malaysia;
"Council" means the Malaysian Medical Council established under section 3;
"Registrar" means the Registrar of medical practitioners referred to in section 10;
"practitioner" means a medical practitioner;
"certificate of practice" means the annual practice certificate referred to in section 20;
"public service" has the meaning assigned to it in article 132 of the Constitution and, in addition, it also means a local authority service or services a statutory authority which exercise of the powers conferred upon him by federal law or the laws of the State;
"Secretary" means the Secretary of the Council appointed under paragraph 4 of the first schedule;
"President" means the President of the Malaysian Medical Council appointed in accordance with subparagraph 1 (1) of the first schedule.
050B. FM Page 8 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 9 PART II the MALAYSIAN MEDICAL COUNCIL the establishment and membership of the Council 3. (1) a body corporate called the Malaysian Medical Council permanent Siamese with a common seal was established, which consist of — (a) the Director General;
(b) three registered practitioners fully amongst the members or staff of the Faculty of medicine University of Malaya Medical Centre which shall be named by the Council and appointed by the Minister;
(c) three registered practitioners of each Faculty of medicine from other universities established under the universities and University Colleges Act 1971 [Act 30], to be named from among the faculty members of the University Council and appointed by the Minister;
(d) nine full registered practitioner resident in Peninsular Malaysia which shall be elected by the full registered practitioner resident in Peninsular Malaysia;
(e) a registered practitioner full residing in Sabah who shall be elected by the full registered practitioner resident in Sabah;
(f) a registered practitioner resident full in Sarawak who shall be elected by the full registered practitioner resident in Sarawak; and (g) three registered practitioners of the public service who are appointed by the Minister.
(2) No person may be nominated and appointed as a member under paragraph (1) (b) and (c) or elected or appointed as a member under any of paragraphs (1) (d) to (g) unless that person is a Malaysian citizen and holds a current practising certificate.
050B. FM Page 9 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 10 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (3) No person shall be eligible to elect one member unless that person holds a current practising certificate.
(4) No person shall serve as a member in more than one position at a time.
(5) a person may be nominated and appointed as a member under paragraph (1) (b) and (c) or elected or appointed under any of paragraphs (1) (d) to (g) even once he has become a member under any other paragraph of subsection (1) that.
(6) a Member referred to in paragraph (1) (b) and (c) shall be nominated and appointed thereunder for a period of not more than three years.
(7) members elected under paragraph (1) (d), (e), (f) and (g) shall hold office for a term of not more than three years: provided that among the nine members who are first elected under paragraph (1) (d), three people must stop holding the post at the end of the first year after their election and three others at the end of the second year after their selection; selection of members will stop in Office shall be made in agreement among the members elected under paragraph (1) (d) or, if such a consensus cannot be reached or if the President, the sole and absolute discretion, decide, through extracts the votes at a meeting of the Council.
(8) a person who is a member in accordance with any of paragraphs (1) (b) to (g) may resign his Office at any time by letter to the President.

(9) If a person who is a member in accordance with any of the provisions of paragraph (1) (b) to (g) die before the expiration of his Office, or resigns, or otherwise ceases to be a member by reason of a provision of this Act, a person shall be named and appointed or elected or appointed, as the case may be, in its place in accordance with the provisions applicable to the person who died or resigned or ceased to be a member for the remainder of the term of Office that that person may have held the position that if he does not dead or does not resign or does not stop being a member: 050B. FM Page 10 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 11 provided that when a member elected under any of paragraphs (1) (d) to (f) dies or resigns within twelve months before the expiry of his post the vacancy shall be filled for the remainder of the posts.
(10) the selection of the members referred to in paragraph (1) (d) to (f) shall be conducted in the prescribed manner.
(11) If any body referred to in paragraph (1) (b) to (f) are not named or did not elect, as the case may be, a person becomes a member of the Council before or at a specified date, the Minister shall appoint in lieu thereof a person qualified to named or selected as such, as the case may be, and such a person appointed shall be deemed to be a member as if he has been named or ip d i l ih , meng iku t any be rkenaan, the successful completion by that body.
(12) once the Act comes into force and until the time the members referred to in paragraph (1) (b) to (f) named and appointed or elected, as the case may be, the Minister shall appoint in lieu of their respective any person qualified to named and appointed or elected in such a way, as the case may be, and the person so appointed shall be deemed to be a member as if they were named and appointed or elected , as the case may be, the successful completion, under paragraph (1) (e) to (g) above it.
(13) a practitioner shall not qualify for named and appointed or elected or appointed, as the case may be, to be a member under any of paragraphs (1) (b) to (g) — (a) if he was found guilty by the Court upon an offence in respect of fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude or for an offence punishable with incarceration (imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine) for more than two years;
050B. FM Page 11 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 AM 12 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (b) if he is a bankrupt that has not been discharged; or (c) if at any time the name was truncated from the register.
(13A) a practitioner whose name has been suspended from the register or that have been dicela under section 30 shall not be entitled to named and appointed or elected or appointed, as the case may be, under any of paragraphs (1) (b) to (g) — (a) in the case of a suspension, for a period of six years after the end of the suspension; or (b) in the case of a reprimand, for a period of six years from the date of the sanctions.
(14) If a member has been named and appointed or elected or appointed, as the case may be, under any of paragraphs (1) (b) to (g) are no longer eligible to be named and appointed or selected as such by reason of a provision of this Act, he shall be deemed to have vacated his seat.
(15) (a) if in the exercise of its jurisdiction under the Act, the Council — (i) appoint a Committee to carry out the initial investigation; or (ii) hold a disciplinary inquiry, with respect to any practitioner who is a member of the Council, the practitioner shall be suspended. The suspension shall, in the case of an initial investigation, will take effect from the date of commencement of the investigation, or in the case of a disciplinary investigation, will take effect from the date of commencement of the investigation.
(b) if when the conclusion of the initial investigation of the Tribunal decided that a disciplinary inquiry shall be held, the period of suspension of a member shall be continued until the conclusion of the disciplinary investigation.
(16) any Council Member that have been suspended under paragraph (15) (a) or (b) shall immediately be returned as a member of the Council if the end 050B. FM Page 12 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 13 Medical or disciplinary investigation preliminary inquiry, as the case may be, the Council found that there are any offence has been proved in respect of the Member.
(17) any Council member to be returned k e d u d u k a n m e n u r u t s u b s e k s y e n (1 6) h e n d a k l a h, j i k a return of the post will take effect before the expiration of his Office, returned the position to hold office for the unexpired period of his Office.
Duties and powers of the Council 4. The Council shall perform such duties and functions and exercise such powers as may be provided under this Act or under any regulations made thereunder.
Public Authorities Protection 5. Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply to any action, suit, prosecution or proceeding of the Council or of any Member, officer, agent or servants of the Council regarding any act, neglect or default made or done by him on a nature that is.
Public servants 6. All members of the Council, while performing duties as a member of the Council, shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
The First Schedule 7. (1) the first schedule shall apply to the Council and its proceedings.
(2) the Minister may from time to time, after consultation with the Council, amend the first schedule by order published in the Gazette.
050B. FM Page 13 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 14 laws of Malaysia Act 50 power of Minister to issue instructions 8. The Minister may, from time to time, issue general instructions that are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act or with any regulation made hereunder and shall give effect to such directions.
Statement 9. The Council shall give the Minister all returns and information required by it from time to time in respect of its activities.
PART III REGISTRATION Of MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS Registrar 10. (1) for the purposes of this Act, there shall be a Registrar of Medical Practitioners.
(2) the Director General shall be the Registrar.
Express Medical Malaysia 11. (1) the Registrar shall cause to be maintained in the prescribed form a register called the register of medical practitioners Malaysia shall contain such particulars as may be prescribed.
(2) the Registrar is responsible for the maintenance and storage of Register in accordance with the provisions of this Act and the regulations thereunder.
(3) the register shall be deemed to be a public document in accordance with the pegertian Act 1950 description of the [Act].
Person who is entitled to be registered while 12. (1) subject to this Act and the regulations thereunder, a person entitled to be registered as a medical practitioner temporary, solely for the purpose of 050B. FM Page 14 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 15 acquire the experience set out in section 13, when making an application to the Registrar in the prescribed form if — (a) he has — (i) any of the approval set out in the third column in the second Table d i b e r i k a n o l e h s e t u s u a i n s t i t u s i y a n g stated in relation to approval of the second space in the schedule; or (ii) the approval of the medical and surgical s e l a i n k e l u l u s a n y a n g d i s e b u t d a l a m subparagraph (i), characterized by the Minister as appropriate for registration after consultation with the Council;
(aa) in the case of a person who has the approval referred to in subparagraph (a) (ii) he must have passed the examinations as may be prescribed or specified for the purposes of this paragraph by a body approved by the Minister; and (b) he or she submit to the Registrar of evidence to the satisfaction of the Registrar that, provided he is registered in the meantime, he was chosen — (i) for employment under subsection 13 (2) a t u b a h a w a i n a l a y a k i n k e c u a l i k a n thereof under subsection 13 (6).
(ii) (Cut by the Act A840).
(2) the Minister may from time to time, after consultation with the Council, make any additions to the Second Schedule, delete or amend the Second Schedule by order published in the Gazette.
Experience is required to be obtained by the person who registered while 13. (1) subject to this Act and the regulations thereunder, a person who registered while required to obtain experience as provided in subsection 050B. FM Page 15 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 16 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (2) in order to be entitled to apply for full registration under section 14.
(1A) for the purposes of subsection (2) shall be established a Board to be known as the Board of medical Qualifications consist of — (a) the Director-General as Chairman; and (b) a number of equal representatives from each Faculty of Medicine of the universities established under the universities and University Colleges Act 1971, which shall be determined and appointed by the Minister.

(2) the registered Person shall, as soon as the temporary registered while, attending as a regular medicine to the satisfaction of the Board of the medical Qualifications for a period of not less than one year in a hospital or institution in Malaysia which was approved by the Board for the purpose of these jobs; four months from the period spent in post surgery fixed, four months in the medical post and four months in obstetrics and Gynecology fixed position; upon the conclusion of satisfactory service, as certified by the Board of Medical Qualifications, under this paragraph, a person registered in the meantime deserve a certificate issued by the Tribunal in the prescribed form as evidence on that point.
(3) (Cut by the Act A840).
(4) where, on application to that effect, a satisfaction of the Council that by reason of his disability that he won't be able to grow or has been blocked from starting, or complete any period of experience in the practice of surgery or obstetr CI and Gynecology required for the purposes of subsection (2), Maj. Gen. l is may, j if of iki rkannya fit, direct that the applicant may for the purpose of calculating instead of experience in the practice of Medicine (in addition to what is required to be otherwise in the case for that purpose) obtained by means of such that and for such period, or, as the case may be, for a long time of period has not yet been completed.
050B. FM Page 16 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medicine 17 (5) (Cut by the Act A840).
(6) the Council may exempt from subsection (2) any person who has any of the approval referred to in paragraph 12 (1) (a), if the Council is satisfied that the person has gained experience of not less than by type and fields and West of experience referred to in subsection (2): provided that if the Council is satisfied further that experience had been acquired in an institution or a hospital approved by the institution that provides the approval The Council shall exclude such person from subsection (2): and provided further that if the experience has been obtained in an institution or a hospital approved by the institution that provides the approval was just part of the nature and areas referred to in subsection (2), the Council may exclude that person from subsection (2) in respect of only part of the period of experience required under that subsection only as the Council may think fit.
(7) a person shall be deemed to be registered while the full registered under this Act to the extent necessary — (a) to enable them to carry out their jobs and started and the service referred to in subsection (2); and (b) for the purpose of any written law or for any purpose suited, as directed by the Minister by order published in the Gazette, but not for any other purpose.
(8) any person registered in the meantime shall, during the period of employment under subsection (2), be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code.
(9) in this section a reference to employment in the position of permanent medical shall be construed as unanimously tons do i peker jaan da lam practice pe ruba tan, surgery or obstetrics and gynaecology, if the 050B. FM Page 17 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 18 laws of Malaysia Act 50 in question resides in a hospital or institution where he works or close to it, and according to the terms of the pekerjaanya, he is required to be settled so.
Person who is entitled to be registered full 14. (1) subject to this Act, no person shall be entitled to full registered as a medical practitioner under this Act unless — (a) he has been registered temporarily under section 12; and (b) he or she gives evidence that he has complied with section 13.
(2) an application for registration shall be made in accordance with the full provisions of this Act and the regulations thereunder.
(3) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Act, anyone can be registered full under this section subject to such restrictions and conditions as may be prescribed by the Minister, provided that the person applying for registration under this subsection graduated in respect of which the Minister, after consultation with the Council, satisfied that they suffice.
Exemption of certain medical officer in ship 15. All the ships surgeon while performing their duties shall be exempted from registration under this Act and shall be entitled to all the privileges of full registered medical practitioner under this Act.
Certificate of practice while 16. (1) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Act, the Council may, upon written request, issue to a person who is registered as a medical practitioner outside Malaysia while a certificate to practice as a medical practitioner, subject to such conditions and restrictions as stated 050B. FM Page 18 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 19 by Council in the certificate, for a term of not more than three months.
(2) the holder of the certificate of practice in the meantime shall, while the certificate remains in force and subject to the restrictions and conditions specified in the certificate, be deemed to be a registered full.
(3) the Council may at any time cancel a certificate of practice while given under this section and when cancelled then luputlah the certificate.
Evidence of approval shall be granted prior to the entry made in the register 17. (1) no such degree or approval may be recorded in the register, either on registration the first time or in addition to the registered name, unless the Registrar is satisfied by any evidence he deems fit that people who claimed to have a degree or the approval is entitled to it.
(2) every person who has been registered under this Act who obtain a medical clearance, in addition to the approval which has enabled him to be registered, may apply to the Council so that Express the extent amended relating to the approval of that person, and upon such application, the Council shall, if satisfied that the applicant is entitled to approval in respect of which the application is made and that approval would have sufficient status to be recorded in the register , cause to Express the amended accordingly by inserting in it the approval details.
(3) the Council has the power to decide an additional approval and a high degree of what is acceptable to recorded in the register.
Application for registration 18. (1) a person who is entitled to temporary or full registered under this Act may make an application to the Registrar to be registered accordingly.
050B. FM Page 19 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 20 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (2) an application to be registered shall be made in any manner or form and shall be accompanied by any documents, details and costs as may be prescribed by the Council.
Restrictions on registration 19. (1) If a person applying for temporary or full have been registered — (a) found guilty at any time on an offence in respect of fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude or for an offence that could be law by imprisonment (whether imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine) for a term of two years or more; or (b) obtained by the Council, after conducting a reasonable investigation guilty for behaving badly from anything in terms of profession or otherwise do not have names and good behavior; or (c) is found by medical review panel, which shall consist of not less than three medical practitioners appointed by the Council, after conducting a reasonable investigation as not qualified to perform his professional duties by reason of his physical or mental state, the Council may direct the Registrar to enter the person's name in the register.
(2) the Registrar shall immediately notify in writing the person concerned i tu t Council regarding not allowing the person's name entered in the register.
(3) when an investigation is carried out under paragraph (1) (b), the applicant shall be entitled to appear before the Council and be heard in person or by an advocate and solicitor.
Certificate of annual practice 20. (1) a full registered to practice as a medical practitioner after thirty 050B. FM Page 20 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 21 per day in December in a given year shall, not later than one day in December in that year, make an application in the prescribed form and shall pay the prescribed fee for a certificate to practice as a medical practitioner in the following year.
(2) upon receipt of the application and the fee, the Registrar shall issue a certificate (named "certificate of practice annual") which allows the applicant's practice as a medical practitioner in the year for which the certificate was issued.
(3) subject to this Act, the annual practice certificate shall become effective until thirty-one days in the month of December in the year for which the certificate was issued.

(4) a registered full annual certificate of practice did not apply in the manner and within the period specified in subsection (1), may, upon application in the form and settle the surcharge as may be prescribed, be given a certificate of practice of the year for the following year, if the application is made in the month of December in any year, or for the balance of the year, if the application is made on or after a day of January in each year.
(5) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Act, a person can practice full registered as a medical practitioner without certificate of practice annual until thirty-one days in December for the year in which he earned a full registration under section 14 but he shall for the purposes of this Act and any regulations made thereunder are deemed to have a certificate of annual practice for this period.
(6) a certificate of adoption of annual and an application for the certificate shall state the address of the principal place of practice and all the other practices of the applicant, and any Exchange about the address i tu shall diberitahukan by practitioners to the Registrar and a ca ta tan about per Exchange i tu in the annual practice certificate obtained from the Registrar within thirty days after the Exchange.
050B. FM Page 21 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 22 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (7) a registered medical practitioner full practice medicine, surgery or obstetrics and gynaecology and who — (a) does not have a certificate of practice annual effect for himself; or (b) share with a full registered who do not have the certificate; or (c) have worked with it a full registered who do not have the certificate; or (d) employed for doing someone a medical practitioner on behalf of a person who does not have the certificate, be guilty of an offence against this Act and he shall not be entitled to claim any costs, wages, expenses or costs at the do while he or any person suited as is mentioned earlier does not have certificate of practice annually.
Publication of the list of registered medical practitioners to whom issued certificate of full adoption of annual 21. (1) the Registrar shall as soon as may be after one day of January every year prepare and publish in the Gazette a or several list containing the name, address, approval, approval date, and date of registration full everyone to whom the certificate of practice annual for that year has been issued.
(2) the publication of the list shall be prima facie evidence of the particulars contained therein.
(3) the absence of the name of someone on the list shall be prima facie evidence that the person is given the certificate of adoption and are not allowed to practice as a registered full.
(4) a certificate signed by the Registrar on the particulars appearing in the register in respect of a person be conclusive evidence about the details.
050B. FM Page 22 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 23 notification of change of Medical permanent address of residence or practice 22. Every person registered shall notify any change of permanent address of residence or practice to the Registrar within thirty days after the Exchange.
Council's power to make certain entries appearing in the name of the register 23. If the Council is satisfied that a person whose name is included in Express dead or no longer practice medicine in Malaysia Council shall make proper entry with his name appearing in the register.
Stop registration 24. (1) where — (a) the Registrar is satisfied that any person who is registered under this Act inserted or detained in a mental hospital under the provisions of any law;
(b) any person registered under this Act has been certified by a medical review panel, which shall consist of not less than three medical practitioners appointed by the Council, as not qualified to perform his professional duties by reason of his physical or mental state, that person shall thereby cease to be registered as such, and an entry shall be made accordingly appearing with his name in the register.
(2) a person ceases to be registered under this Act in accordance with subsection (1) shall not be registered again unless he is proved and the Council is satisfied that his physical or mental state, as the case may be, allowing he is registered again.
050B. FM Page 23 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 24 laws of Malaysia Act 50 of changes in the register 25. (1) the Registrar shall, from time to time, enter in the register — (a) any change that may be known by him about the name or the address of a person who is registered under this Act;
(b) any change of the approval, the approval of additions and other details required to be modified under this Act.
(2) the Registrar shall, from time to time, delete from the register the name of any person who is required to be deducted under this Act.
Privileges for registered persons and obstacles against unregistered 26. (1) every person for the time being there is a name in the register as full registered under this Act shall be entitled, in accordance with the approval of the people, practice medicine, surgery and obstetrics and Gynecology under the provisions of this Act and the claim in the course of law reasonable charges because the aid, advice and visits and the value of any drug or the value of any medical appliance or surgical appliances rendered , made or supplied by him to his patients provided that at the time of carrying out any of the acts she had an annual practice certificate in force.
(2) subject to the provisions of sections 15, 16 and 34, no person is entitled to claim in any court any charges referred to in subsection (1) unless on the date such charges accrued he was a registered medical practitioner and has an annual certificate of practice in force: provided that nothing-nothing in this subsection shall affect the practice of CI and Gynecology obstetr run by a person duly authorized for that purpose under the provisions of any law (s) the power of Malaysia or any part thereof.
050B. FM Page 24 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 25 Medical medical certificate 27. No certificate or other document required by any written law so that signed by a qualified medical practitioner as is necessary given after this Act comes into force may be valid unless signed by a registered medical practitioner is full.
Definition of 28. The words "medical practitioner qualified in law" or "qualified medical practitioner duly" or any word which means a person recognized in law as a medical practitioner or a member of the medical profession, when used in any written law in respect of that person, must be interpreted as meaning that the registered medical practitioner is full.
PART IV DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS disciplinary jurisdiction of the Council 29. (1) the Council shall have disciplinary jurisdiction over all persons registered under this Act.
(2) the Council may exercise disciplinary jurisdiction over someone registered — (a) has been convicted in Malaysia or in any other place upon an offence punishable with imprisonment (whether imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine);
(b) has been guilty for behaving badly from anything in terms of the profession;
(c) obtain registration with fraud or misrepresentation;
(d) shall not be entitled to be registered at the time he registered; or 050B. FM Page 25 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 26 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (e) whose name has been removed from the register of medical practitioners who maintained outside Malaysia.
Disciplinary punishment 30. In the exercise of its jurisdiction, the Tribunal may impose any of the penalties the following — (i) order the name of the registered person cut from the register; or (ii) order the name of the registered person suspended from the register for such period as he thinks fit; or (iii) order the registered person dicela; or (iv) make an order as aforesaid but suspend implementation, subject to such conditions as the Council may think fit, for a or several period amounting to not more than two years, and may, in any case, make such order as the Council thinks fit with respect to the payment of the cost of the Registrar, and the cost of a person of the complainant or the cost of the registered person , and any costs awarded may be claimed as a civil debt.
Appeal against the order of the Council 31. (1) any person aggrieved by an order made therefor by the Council in the exercise of its jurisdiction may appeal to the High Court, and the High Court may, on an appeal is made, confirm, reverse or vary the order appealed against that or may give such directions as he thinks fit in the matter; the cost of the appeal shall be up to the discretion of the High Court.

(2) the High Court decision on the appeal shall be final.
(3) the practice in relation to an appeal shall be subject to the rules of the applicable court in the High Court: 050B. FM Page 26 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 27 Medicine provided that the High Court did not have authority to hear the appeal against an order made under section 30 unless notice of the appeal was given within one month after the order is delivered in the prescribed manner.
Restoration of name to the register of 31A. (1) No person whose name has been deducted from the register under paragraph 30 (i) entitled to subsequently registered as a medical practitioner under the provisions of this Act, but the Council may, if he thinks fit in any case to do so, on the application of the person concerned, order that person's name to the register; and if the name of a person has been suspended from the register under paragraph (ii) of that section, the person shall have the right upon the expiry of the suspension, but not earlier, to apply so that the certificate of registration and certificate of practice annual (if the period for which it was issued are still unexpired) returned to him.
(2) an application under subsection (1) shall be made in such manner or in such form and accompanied by any documents, photographs, details and costs as may be prescribed.
Part V Registration GENERAL tipu 32. Every person who obtain or try to obtain by fraud that him or any other person to be registered by making or submit, or cause to be made or produced, any false declaration or statement or fraud, whether orally or in writing, commits an offence against the Act.
33 offences. (1) a person who is not registered or is not exempted from registration under this Act — (a) bersengaja and false pretending as registered under this Act or as holds 050B. FM Page 27 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 28 laws of Malaysia Act 50 to practice medicine or surgery; or (b) bersengaja and in false wearing or using the name or title of a tabib, a medical doctor, graduate of medicine and surgery, Bachelor of medicine, surgeon, general practitioner or apotekari; or (c) bersengaja and in false wear or use a name, title, addition or description that giving understand that he is registered under this Act, or that she is recognized in law as a tabib or surgeon or graduate medical and surgical or medical practitioner or a apotekari; or (d) bersengaja and in false wear or use a name, title, addition or description, or using a tool, intended to induce a person to believe that he is qualified to practice medicine or surgery according to the methods of modern science; or (e) practice medicine or surgery; or (f) use the term "clinic" or "dispensaries" or "hospital" or a word equal to that word in any other language in signage in place good purporting to practice medicine or surgery as a person registered under this Act; or (g) use a symbol designed by the Council for the use of a registered medical practitioner only, be guilty of an offence against this Act.
(2) for the purposes of subsection (1) — (a) the application or use of the word "doctor" or "clinic" or "dispensaries" or "hospital" or a word that is equivalent to this word in any other language in relation to practice medicine or surgery shall be deemed to be wearing 050B. FM Page 28 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 29 Medicine or use of a name, title, addition or description intended to induce a person to believe that he is qualified to practice medicine or surgery according to the methods of modern science; and (b) subject to regulations made under paragraph 36 (2) (p), use o consequences of someone in practice medicine or surgery will sphygmomanometer, stethoscope, hypodermic syringe or other tools used specifically by the person who holds practice medicine or surgery according to the methods of modern science, shall be deemed to be use of the tool is intended to induce a person to believe that he is qualified to practice medicine or surgery according to the methods of modern science.
Therapeutic method of Malay, Chinese, Indian or other natural methods 34. (1) subject to subsection (2) and the regulations made under this Act, there is nothing in this Act shall be deemed to affect the rights of a person, who is not someone who wear or use a name, title, addition or description intended to induce a person to believe that he is qualified to practice medicine or surgery according to the methods of modern science to practice therapeutic system alone-eye on Malay , Chinese, Indian or other natural methods, and to claim and obtain reasonable charges in respect of the practice.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), no person whatsoever, unless he is a registered medical practitioner, can present itself as a qualified, qualified or willing to carry out the treatment of disease in relation to the human eye or prescribe medication for the disease, or give advice in relation to the treatment of the disease: provided that nothing-nothing in this section may be considered to prohibit a person who is not a registered medical practitioner from submitting himself as a qualified entitled or are willing to test the 050B. FM Page 29 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 30 laws of Malaysia Act 50 pembiasan, sharpness and colour vision, or to make or hold spectacles or other optical appliances for the purpose of curing a defect vision.
(3) any person who contravenes subsection (2) commits an offence against this Act.
Examination and treatment of patients by medical students 34A. (1) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act, sahlah for any person whose medical or surgical courses in — (a) any university or University College established by universities and University Colleges Act 1971; or (b) any educational institution specified in the third schedule, to carry out, during the course of the study, any investigation, examination or treatment of the patient in any hospital, clinic, health center or other institutions approved by the Minister for the purposes of this section by notification in the Gazette; provided that an investigation, inspection or treatment is carried out by that person under the control and supervision of a registered medical practitioner who holds a certificate of full adoption of annual current and valid.
(2) for the purposes of paragraph (1) (b), there are no educational institutions can be specified in the third schedule unless — (a) it is an educational institution registered under the Education Act 1996 [Act 550] * or any law berka i t by registration of an educational institution; and (b) it affiliated with any institution specified in the second column of the second schedule for the purpose of giving students educational institutions the approval stated that there are appearing with the institution.
* NOTE — this Act has replaced the Education Act 1961 [Act 43/1961] – see section 155 of the Act 550.
050B. FM Page 30 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medicine 31 (3) of any hospital, clinic, health center or other institution that is managed and operated by the Government and approved by the Minister under subsection (1) shall not be liable for any injury, loss or damage of civil type happens to any patient or other person solely as a result of any investigation, examination or treatment of a patient under subsection (1) by a person who follows the courses of medical or surgical set out under paragraph ( 1) (a) or (b); provided that nothing-nothing in this subsection shall be construed as giving such person or university or University College or educational institution that such course of study followed by or any officer or employee of the University or University College or educational institution that any immunity from any liability for any injury, loss or damage.
(4) the Minister may amend the third schedule by notification in the Gazette.
The Government's liability tort committed by the current non-governmental practitioners treat patients on request or through an arrangement with the Government

* Person's full 34B registered practitioners who hold a certificate of practice during the annual legal is not a public officer and who, at the request or by arrangement with the Government, to carry out any investigation, examination, treatment or management of any patient in any hospital, clinic or health center Government or in any other similar Government institutions shall, while carrying out the investigation, examination, treatment or management of the , be deemed to be a public officer for the purposes of section 5 of the Government Proceedings Act 1956 [Act 359], and notwithstanding the provisions of subsection 6 (4) of the Act, the proceedings can be brought against the Government in respect of any act, neglect or default made or done by the practitioner in while on or in connection with the investigation, examination, treatment or management of it.
* NOTE — This section shall come into operation on 01-05-1973 – see subsection 1 (2) of the A492.
050B. FM Page 31 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 32 laws of Malaysia Act 50 medical practitioner authorized by the Director General shall be deemed to be Government medical officer 34C. (1) the Director may, in writing, authorize any medical practitioner registered under section 14 full and not a medical practitioners in public service, to carry out any of the following functions, namely — (a) the investigation, examination, treatment or management of any patient; or (b) perform an autopsy or post-mortem investigation on any person who died, in any hospital, clinic or health centre or in any other such institutions.
(2) a medical practitioner conferred such power under subsection (1) to perform any functions referred to in paragraph (1) (a) and (b) shall be deemed to be a Government medical officer for the purposes of criminal procedure code [Act 593] and any other related laws in Malaysia.
General penalty 35. (1) any person guilty of an offence against this Act for which no specific penalty is provided shall, on conviction, be liable — (a) for the first offence, a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars *; and (b) for the second time or time later, * * a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or both of each.
* NOTE — Formerly a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars – see medical Act (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A840]. * * RECORDS — Formerly a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months – see medical Act (Amendment) Act 1993 [Act A840].
050B. FM Page 32 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medicine 33 (2) in respect of an offence continues that person shall be liable to a further penalty of fifty dollars for each day the offence continues in addition to the penalties under paragraph (1) (a) and (b) the respective.
PART VI regulations, SAVINGS and REPEAL of rules 36. (1) subject to this Act, the Council may, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations for prescribing anything that is required to be prescribed under this Act, and in General to carry out the objects and purposes of this Act.
(2) in particular and without prejudice to the generality of the powers i n t t e unanimously rdahu lu, pe ra tu ran-pera tu ran i tu bo consequences set — (a) the duties of the Registrar;
(b) the form of register, the manner in which it is maintained and also its contents;
(c) payment shall be paid on application and proceedings under this Act and on certification and other documents issued under this Act and provide for any exception thereof as may be deemed appropriate by the Council;
(d) the form and manner in which applications for registration and for the annual practice certificate shall be made;
(e) the form of a certificate or other document required to carry out the purposes of this Act;
(f) the methods of proof approval in medicine and surgery;
(g) property management Council and auditing its accounts;
(h) duties shall be exercised by the Secretary;
050B. FM Page 33 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 34 laws of Malaysia Act 50 (i) issuance of the medical certificate of death or pain;
(j) procedures for the selection of members of the Council;
(k) the manner in which the Council seek legal advice, it organised a legal adviser for the Council, approval and the functions of the legal adviser and the remuneration to be paid to them;
(l) the receipt of complaints or information about a disciplinary matter can be investigated by the Council and the establishment of a Committee named an initial Investigation Committee to conduct a preliminary investigation in respect of complaints or information about a matter which can be investigated by the Disciplinary Council and to decide whether or not an inquiry should be held by the Council;
(m) the prohibition of a member of the Preliminary Investigation Committee, which also became a member of the Council from attending a meeting of the Council when the Council conduct an investigation in respect of a complaint or information, in which he took part in the initial investigation;
(n) the procedures to be followed in respect of — (i) pengemukakan complaints and information to the Preliminary Investigation Committee;
(ii) the initial investigation of any complaint or information by the Preliminary Investigation Committee;
(iii) constitute a charge arising out of complaints and information;
(iv) refer to section to the Council by the Preliminary Investigation Committee of cases arising out of complaints and information;
(v) the disciplinary inquiry held by the Council;
(o) the name, title, addition or description which may or may not be allowed to be worn or used 050B. FM Page 34 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 35 by practicing therapeutic system on Malay, Chinese, Indian or other natural methods;
(d) exemption from the application of paragraph 33 (2) (b) in respect of the use of certain tools by the person or class of persons basis, subject to such restrictions and conditions as determined.
Saving of 37. (1) subject to subsection (2), every medical practitioner who has been registered (except temporary registered) immediately before Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 [P.U. (A) 11/1971] have effect under the Medical Registration Ordinance 1952 States of Malaya [P.T.M. 69 1952], Sabah Medical Registration Ordinance [Cap. 76] or Medical Registration Ordinance Sarawak [Chapter 112] or who were recruited in Sabah by the Government of Malaysia or the Government of the State of Sabah as a medical officer should be when this Act comes into power is deemed to be a registered medical practitioner full under the provisions of this Act and shall be deemed to have a certificate of annual practice in respect of the remaining years of this Act come into force: provided that in respect of a person is a medical practitioner who has been registered (except temporary registered) immediately before Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 have effect under paragraph 9 (1) (c) or subsection 9 (2) of the Medical Registration Ordinance 1952 State-Neger i Tanah Melayu or paragraph 5 (1) (d) Sarawak Medical Registration Ordinance, he shall be deemed to be a registered medical practitioner full under the provisions of this Act only to the extent of its registration and subject to the conditions and restrictions in force in respect of its registration under the Ordinances of the States of Malaya and Sarawak utter respectively: and provided further that in respect of a person is a medical practitioner has been exempted from registration immediately before Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 come into force pursuant to paragraph 17 (e) Sabah Medical Registration Ordinance She is entitled to when 050B. FM Page 35 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 36 laws of Malaysia Act 50 make an application to the Registrar to be registered full under this Act, subject to such terms and conditions as may be directed by the Council.
(2) every person who before the Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 effect — (a) has been registered temporarily under the provisions of any of the Medical Registration Ordinance referred to in subsection (1); or (b) have undergone a period of service under paragraph 10 (d) the Medical Registration Ordinance 1952 States of Malaya or paragraph 5 (1) (e) the Medical Registration Ordinance of Sarawak, shall be deemed to be registered while under section 12 of this Act and shall be subject to the provisions of subsection 13 (1) of this Act: provided, however, that — (a) a period of employment in the fixed medical designation may have been suffered by him shall be calculated in addition to the period of employment in the fixed medical designation referred to in subsection 13 (2) of this Act.
(b) (Cut by the Act A840).
(3) every person who immediately before this Act comes into operation has been registered under any Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 shall be deemed to have been registered under a corresponding provision in this Act, and this Act shall apply to him in a way that fully and adequately as if the provision applies if he has acquired registration under the provision of equivalent referred to in this Act.

(4) a certificate (including an annual practising certificate), notices, application, other documents, rules, orders, regulations, instructions, exception, the period of employment or service, proceedings, appointment or acts issued, given, served, made, granted, suffered, retrieved, or made before this Act comes into operation under any of the provisions of Ordinance No. 65 (050B powers. FM Page 36 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 37 necessary) Emergency Medicine 1971 shall, if it can be removed, given, served, made, granted, suffered, taken or done under any provision equivalent in this Act, remain in force, and has a similar effect, as if it were issued, given, served, made, granted, suffered, taken or done so, as the case may be.
(5) the Minister may by rules make such provisions as he thinks necessary or expedient for the purpose of overcoming any difficulties due to start the currency of this Act or the application of subsection (1) to (4), and any method can be made so that the effect from the date the Act comes into operation; and the provisions of subsection (1) to (4) shall accordingly be deemed to be subject to this subsection.
(6) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (1) to (5), if immediately before the Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 effect one has to be deemed to be registered under section 30 of the Medical Registration Ordinance 1952 State Land, the person shall not be deemed to be registered under this Act unless, within six months from the date this Act comes into force — (a) he or she makes an application in writing to the Registrar is deemed to be registered under this Act; and (b) he satisfaction of the Registrar that immediately before the date of the Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 effect he has — (i) ordinarily resident in Peninsular Malaysia; and (ii) the duty actually practice medicine or surgery in Peninsular Malaysia, and if he has the satisfaction of such Registrar he shall be deemed to be registered under this Act, subject to the approval, the same conditions and restrictions as effective respect under section 30 of the said it: 050B. FM Page 37 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 38 laws of Malaysia Act 50 provided that the Registrar may, in any particular case, if he thinks fit and reasonable to do so, extend the period of six months in so far as it may deem appropriate in the case of circumstances: and provided further that the Registrar may, in its sole discretion, in any matters or certain things, if he found out that in matters or things that the person concerned has , at any time before the date of the Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 come into force, be deemed to be registered under section 30 and has been habitually resident in Peninsular Malaysia and in fact worked practice medicine or surgery in Peninsular Malaysia, described the person as registered under this Act, even though that person has not submitted an application in order to be deemed to be registered as such.
Abolition of the 38. Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971, Medical Registration Ordinance 1952 States of Malaya, Sabah Medical Registration Ordinance and the Medical Registration Ordinance Sarawak are hereby repealed.
PART VII * ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS for the PURPOSE of NATIONAL Purpose, commencement and duration the Division 39. (1) it is declared that this part is made for the purpose of the country.
(2) this part shall cease to have effect if Parliament, by a resolution approved by each Council Parliament and published in the Gazette, provided that this section shall not be in effect again.
* NOTE — This section shall come into operation on 01-10-1986 – see subsection 12 (1) of the A840.
050B. FM Page 38 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 39 notice to registered persons so served in the position of full medical in public service 40. (1) every person who acquires full registration under this Act shall, as soon as the registered full or at any time subsequently delivered to him a written notice issued by or on behalf of the Director General which requires the person so served as medicine in any positions in any of the public service and on a date, in each case is, as stated in the notice.
(2) a person who presented to him a notice submitted under subsection (1) shall comply with the notice and if he fails to do so he commits an offence against this Act.
(3) once the charge under subsection (2) or under section 41 proved in court against any person, the person's registration under section 14 shall be deemed to be void, and the Registrar shall deduct the person's name from the register.
(4) (a) if the name of a person cut from the register under subsection (3), the person's name cannot be placed back into Sign except on the instructions given by the Minister, and the Minister may give such directions upon written request made to him by the person whose name has been deducted from the register.
(b) a direction given such can be made subject to the fulfilment of such terms and conditions as the Minister thinks fit to impose, and terms and conditions requiring such person to serve in the medical office to the satisfaction of the Director-General for a constant period of not less than three years in any position in any one or more of the public service as determined from time to time by the Director General in his discretion.
(c) when the person is fulfilling the terms and conditions imposed under this subsection, he shall be deemed to be registered full to the extent necessary to meet the terms and conditions imposed under this subsection and for any other purpose as may be directed by the Minister, but not for any other purpose; and when terms and conditions 050B. FM Page 39 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 40 laws of Malaysia Act 50 imposed under this subsection have been met he is entitled to a certificate issued by the Director General as evidence about it.
(5) the decision of the Minister on an application made to him under subsection (4) in order to be allocated a name to the register shall be final and shall not be questioned or reviewed in any court whatsoever.
(6) where a notice under subsection (1) has been served on any person may be served upon him the notice, the Director-General may, at any time, m e m b a t a l k a n n o t i s i t u d a n, j i k a d i f i k i r k a n n y a p a t u t , cause to a not is se lanju tnya d i under subsection (1) is delivered to him.
Length of service in accordance with the notice under subsection 40 (1) 41. A person who joined in a position in the public service in accordance with a notice issued under subsection 40 (1), shall continue to serve in the post or in any position other then either in the civil service or in any other public service as determined from time to time by the Director General in his discretion continuously for an extended period of not less than three years to the satisfaction of the Director General and if he not doing so, he commits an offence under this Act.
Power of Minister to give a reduction, exemption or postponement of a period of service under section 41 42. (1) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette — (a) in respect of any particular person; (b) generally, in respect of any class of persons within such period as may be specified by him;
(c) generally, in respect of all persons within such period as may be specified by him, 050B. FM Page 40 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 41 provide any reduction or she thinks fit or full exemption from length of service required under section 41.
(2) the Minister shall, on application in writing is made to him by a person who have to undergo a period of service required under section 41, the delay of people start the service provide for such period as it thinks fit if he is satisfied that it is fair and reasonable to do so then.
(3) the decision of the Minister on an application made to him under subsection (2) shall be final and shall not be questioned or reviewed in any court whatsoever.
The Minister may make rules 43. The Minister may make rules to carry out the objects and purposes of this part.
Saving of 44. (1) anything done under the provisions of section 40, 41, 42 or 43 Ordinance No. 65 (powers necessary) Emergency 1971 shall be deemed to have been made under the provisions of section 40, 41, 42 or 43, respectively, of this Act and shall continue to run effective and enforceable accordingly under their respective section of this Act.
(2) subsection 37 (4) and (5) shall apply to this part and in the adoption of such a provision shall be construed as expanding subsection (1) of this section.

(3) no whatsoever in subsection (1) may have effect to render any person liable to any penalty in respect of any omission to comply with, or in respect of any act done which is inconsistent with, the provisions of subsection 40 (2) and section 41.
050B. FM Page 41 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 42 laws of Malaysia Act 50 FIRST SCHEDULE [section 7] ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS RELATING to the COUNCIL of the President of the Council 1. (1) the Director General shall be the President of the Council.
(2) the President, if present, shall be the Chairman at the meeting of the Council: provided that if the President is not present in a Council meeting, the members present at the meeting shall elect one from amongst themselves to act as Chairperson of the meeting.
Meetings Of The Council 2. (1) the Council shall meet at the time and place set by the President, provided that a minimum of two meetings will be held in a year.
(2) If no less than seven members wrote to the President asking him to convene a meeting of the Council, the President shall call the meeting within one month after the request is received.
(3) a quorum for a meeting of the Council was nine, and Council decisions shall be according to the advantages of the voice of the members present and voting.
(4) when a vacancy occurs among the members, the Council shall, as soon as reasonably practicable, take the necessary action to fill the vacancy.
(5) in a meeting of the Chairman shall be entitled to give a vote and also, if the number of votes on a question and the same number of a casting vote.
(6) a member of Council who is not a public officer shall be paid due to attend meetings of the Council or of a Committee appointed by the Council and any expenses travel and living allowances reasonable due to attend such meeting and because travel is done in exercise of their duties under this act as may be approved from time to time by the Minister.
(7) subject to this Act, the General Council may make orders that regulate its own procedure, and, in particular, in connection with the holding of the meeting, the notice shall be given of 050B. FM Page 42 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 43 Medical meeting, the proceedings of the meeting, keeping and care, the production and inspection of such minutes.
Council Committee 3. (1) the Council may from time to time established by the Board from among its members one or several committees as it sees fit by the Council and may delegate to them of any of the functions of Council the Council may think fit.
(2) the quorum for a meeting of the Committee is three, unless set aside by the Council.
The Secretary Of The Council 4. President may appoint an official from the Ministry of health be the Secretary of the Council.
Council Office 5. Council Office is in a place designated by the Director General.
SECOND SCHEDULE [Subparagraph 12 (1) (a) (i)] list of REGISTRABLE APPROVAL given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About the approval of Malaysia ... The University of Malaya with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of medicine and Bachelor of surgery, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Universiti Sains Malaysia Medical Doctors Doctor of Medicine of the University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) (Recognised on 15 May 2000) 050B. FM Page 43 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 44 laws of Malaysia Act 50 Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) a Doctor of Medicine (D. P) (Recognised on 5 June 2001) of the International Medical University (IMU) Bachelor of medicine and Bachelor of surgery (M.B.B. S) (Recognized on February 19, 2002) International Islamic University (IIUM) Bachelor of medicine and Bachelor of surgery (M.B.B. S) (Recognised on May 14, 2002) the University of Pretoria South Africa Pretoria Baccalaureus in Medicine, Science and Surgery University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA), Medunsa Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) University of Orange Free State, Bloemfontein's Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) University of Cape Town, Cape Town, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) University of Stellenbosch , Stellenbosch, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) Australia's ... University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Sydney Bachelor of Medicine; Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Queensland Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About 050B approval. FM Page 44 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 45 Medical University of Adelaide Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Melbourne Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Monash University, Victoria Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Western Australia Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Tasmania Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Flinders University of South Australia Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Newcastle , New South Wales Bachelor of Medicine Bangladesh and. .. University of Dhaka: Dhaka Medical College Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to 8 February 1958, not recognised) University of Chittagong: Chittagong Medical College Sylhet M.A.G. Osmani Medical College Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Belgium and. .. Catholic University of Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) a Doctor of Medicine of Antwerp University (Universiteit Antwerpen) Doctor of Medicine State University of Ghent (Rijksuniversiteit te gent) Doctor of Medicine Free University of Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussels) a Doctor of Medicine in Canada and. ..
Ceylon in. .. Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About 050B approval. FM Page 45 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 46 laws of Malaysia Act 50 from 01-07-1942 — 30-9-1967 known as the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ceylon;
from 01-10-1967 — 30-9-1968 known as Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo;
from 01-10-1968 — 14-02-1972 known as Faculty of Medicine, University of Ceylon, Colombo; and from 15-12-1972 — 31-12-1978 known as Faculty of Medicine, University of Sri Rare Colombo Campus of the Arab Republic of Egypt and. ..
Hong Kong's ... The University of Hong Kong Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery India ... more The University of Agra: Sarojini Naidu Medical College, Agra, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 1 April 1994, not recognised) University of Andhra: Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to 1 April 1944, not recognised), Thunder Thunder Medical College (before 1 October 1961, not recognised) Banaras Hindu University: Institute of Medical Sciences (formerly the College of Medical Sciences) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery M.S. University of Baroda : Medical College, Baroda Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to 1 April 1954, not recognised) country where the given name of the Institution that gives approvals Description approvals 050B. FM Page 46 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 47 Medical Universitythe Indian Institute University, Tiruchirapalli: Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 7 January 1982, not recognised) University of Calcutta Medical College, Calcutta: r. g. Kar (formerly States) Medical College, Calcutta Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (between 30 November 1924 and 13 May 1928 and between 24 February 1930 and 15 October 1936 , are not recognised) Nil Ratan Sarkar (formerly Campbell) Medical College, Calcutta Calcutta National Institute (formerly National Medical Institute), Calcutta Lake Medical College, Calcutta * University of Dibrugarh: Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 21 May 1952, not recognised) Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, Indore (formerly University of Indore) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 26 January 1983 , are not recognised) University of Madras: Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (formerly known as Medical College (Jawaharlal Institute) Pondicherry) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery * ENTRIES — currently not affiliated with the University of Calcutta.
Country where the given name of the Institution that gives approvals Description approvals 050B. FM Page 47 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 48 laws of Malaysia Act 50 Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak: Medical College, Rohtak Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Mangalore University: Train Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore Kasturba Medical College, the train of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before July 1981, are not recognised) University of Mysore: Kasturba Medical College Mysore Medical College Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to 1 January 1949 , are not recognised) University of Nagpur: Medical College, Nagpur Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 1 September 1953, not recognised)

Osmania University: Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 16 August 1951, not recognised) Panjab University: Amristar Medical College's Christian Medical College, Ludhiana Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to 1 January 1948, not recognised) University of Rajasthan: Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 1 September 1953 , are not recognised) Ravindranath Tagore Medical College, Udaipur University of Utkal: S.C.B. Medical College, Cuttack Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 15 November 1951, not recognised) country where the given name of the Institution that gives approvals Description approvals 050B. FM Page 48 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 49 Medical College of Physicians and Surgeons, Bombay: Medical Colleges expected under the University of Bombay Members (prior to 1 May 1944, not recognised) State Medical Faculty of West Bengal: Medical Colleges expected under the University of Calcutta People (before 1 September 1953, not recognised) Indonesia is. .. Faculty, University Of Indonesia, Djakarta Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Doctoral Faculty Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia, Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Diponegoro Semarang Doctor of Medicine Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung doctoral degree (M.D.)
Universitas Gajah Mada, Jogjakarta Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Andalas, Padang Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Sumatra Utara, Medan Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Sriwaja Palembang, Sumatra Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Jawa Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Nadeem, Sulawesi Selatan Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Udayana, Denpasar Bali Doctoral Degree (M.D.)
Universitas Trisakti Bachelor of Medicine (Recognised on 15 October 2001) Universitas Kristen Krida Discourse (UKRIDA) Bachelor of Medicine (Recognised on 15 October 2001) Iran's ... University of Tehran Doctor of Medicine Iraq... Baghdad University Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About 050B approval. FM Page 49 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 50 laws of Malaysia Act 50 University of Basra Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Al-Mustansyiriah: College of Medicine, Baghdad Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Vilayet Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Republic of Ireland's ...
University of Dublin Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery Licentiate in National University of Ireland Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Licentiate and Licentiate in Midwifery Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland Licentiate and Licentiate in Midwifery Apothecaries ' Hall of Dublin Licentiate Japan ... more Hiroshima University Doctor of Medicine Hokkaido University Doctor of Medicine Kyushu University Doctor of Mecicine Nagasaki University Doctor of Medicine Tohoku University Doctor of Medicine Dental University & Tokyo Medical Doctor of Medicine University of Tokushima Doctor of Medicine Osaka University Doctor of Medicine Ryukyus University Doctor of Medicine (M. D) (Recognised on August 20, 1996) Asahikawa Medical College Doctor of Medicine (M. D) (Recognised on August 20, 1996) Jordan of ... University of Jordan, Amman Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery are given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About 050B approval. FM Page 50 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 51 Jordan University of Medical Sciences and Technology (JUST), Irbid Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery Malta and. .. The Royal University of Malta a Doctor of Medicine in Myanmar and. .. Medical Institute (III), Mandalay (after November 1970 Known as the Institute of Medicine, Mandalay) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery New Zealand ... more University of Otago Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Auckland Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Pakistan and. .. University of the Punjab: the King Edward Medical College, Lahore Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Fatimah Jinnah Medical College for Women, Lahore (before 5 November 1957, not recognised) University of Sind: Liaquat Medical College, Hyderabad Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (before 14 April 1960, not recognised) Russian and. .. I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy or Moscow Medical Academy (MMA) (official name is State Educational Establishment of Higher Vocational Training I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy) a Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (before 3 May 2001, exempted from recognised) Russian State Medical University Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (before 3 May 2001, exempted from recognised) Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (before 3 May 2001 , are exempted from recognized) the country granted approval Institution which gives approval About approval 050B. FM Page 51 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 52 laws of Malaysia Act 50 Kursk State Medical University Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (prior to 8 July 1999, excluded from the recognised) Volgograd State Medical University (VolSMU) (before 8 January 2003 known as Volgograd State Medical Academy or Volgograd Medical Academy) a Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (before 3 May 2001, exempted from recognised) Saudi Arabia and. ..
Singapore is. .. National University of Singapore (formerly known as University of Singapore) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Sudan's ... University of Khartoum Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) University of Gezira Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Taiwan and. .. National Taiwan University College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine with the National Defense Medical College Doctor of Medicine National That Ming University Medical College Doctor of Medicine National Cheng Kung University Medical College Doctor of Medicine Taipei Medical College Doctor of Medicine China Medical College Doctor of Medicine Chung Shan Medical & Dental College Doctor of Medicine Kaohsiung Medical College Doctor of Medicine Turkey in. ..
Country where the given name of the Institution that gives approvals Description approvals 050B. FM Page 52 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 53 Uganda Medical and. .. The University of East Africa: Makerere University College Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (prior to December 1953, not recognised) Ukraine's ... Crimea State Medical University Doctor of Medicine in General Medicine (Recognised on 7 August 2001) the United Kingdom University of Birmingham Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Bristol Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Cambridge Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Durham Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Leeds Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Leicester : School of Medicine Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Liverpool Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of London Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Manchester Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Oxford Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Sheffield Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Wales with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery country granted approval name of Institution which gives approval About approval 050B. FM Page 53 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 54 laws of Malaysia Act 50 University of Aberdeen Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Dundee Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Edinburgh Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of Glasgow Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of St. Andrews Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Queen's University Belfast Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians London Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons of England Member of the Society of Apothecaries of London Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Licentiate Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Licentiate Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow Licentiate University of Southampton Nottingham University Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery United States of America in. ..
Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham Doctor of Medicine University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock Doctor of Medicine Loma Linda University School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 54 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 55 University of California School of Medicine, Los Angeles Doctor of Medicine University of California, Irvine California College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles Doctor of Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto Doctor of Medicine University of California School of Medicine , San Francisco Doctor of Medicine of the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven Doctor of Medicine Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington Doctor of Medicine the George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington Doctor of Medicine Howard University College of Medicine, Washington Doctor of Medicine University of Miami School of Medicine, Coral Gables Doctor of Medicine

University of Florida College of Medicine Gainesville Doctor of Medicine Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta Doctor of Medicine Medical College of Georgia, Augusta Doctor of Medicine Chicago Medical College, Chicago Doctor of Medicine Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 55 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 56 laws of Malaysia Act 50 Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago Doctor of Medicine of the University of Chicago School of Medicine, Chicago Doctor of Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis Doctor of Medicine University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City Doctor of Medicine University of Kansas School of Medicine , Kansas City Doctor of Medicine the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington Doctor of Medicine the University of Louisville School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine Louisville Louisiana University School of Medicine, New Orleans Doctor of Medicine Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore Doctor of Medicine of the University of Maryland School of Medicine Baltimore Doctor of Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Doctor of Medicine Harvard Medical School, Boston Doctor of Medicine Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston Doctor of Medicine Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit Doctor of Medicine University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 56 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 57 Medical University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Jackson Doctor of Medicine University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia Doctor of Medicine Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis Doctor of Medicine Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis Doctor of Medicine Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha Doctor of Medicine University of Nebraska College of Medicine , Omaha Doctor of Medicine New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry, Jersey City Doctor of Medicine Albany Medical College of Union University, Albany Doctor of Medicine State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York Doctor of Medicine Cornell University Medical College, New York Doctor of Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine , Yeshire University New York Doctor of Medicine, New York Medical College, New York, Doctor of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, New York Doctor of Medicine State University of New York College of Medicine, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn.
Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 57 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 58 laws of Malaysia Act 50 University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester Doctor of Medicine State University of New York College of Medicine, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse Doctor of Medicine of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill Doctor of Medicine Duke University School of Medicine, Durham Doctor of Medicine Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College , Winston-Salem an honorary Doctor of Medicine of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati Doctor of Medicine Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland Doctor of Medicine Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus Doctor of Medicine University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, Oklahoma City Doctor of Medicine the University of Oregon Medical School, Portland Doctor of Medicine Mahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia Doctor of Medicine Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia Doctor of Medicine Temple University School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine, Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia Doctor of Medicine woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 58 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 59 Medical University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine of the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, San Juan Doctor of Medicine Medical College of South Carolina, Charleston Doctor of Medicine of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis Doctor of Medicine Meharry Medical College School of Medicine, Nashville Doctor of Medicine Vanderbilt University School of Medicine , A Nashville Doctor of Medicine of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas Doctor of Medicine of the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston Doctor of Medicine Baylor University College of Medicine, Houston Doctor of Medicine of the University of Utah College of Medicine, Salt Lake City Doctor of Medicine of the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington a Doctor of Medicine of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville Doctor of Medicine Medical College of Virginia , A Richmond Doctor of Medicine University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle Doctor of Medicine West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown Doctor of Medicine University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison Doctor of Medicine Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee Doctor of Medicine the country given the name of the Institution that provides the approval About approval 050B. FM Page 59 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 PM 60 laws of Malaysia Act 50 THIRD SCHEDULE [Subsection 34A (1)] the LIST of EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS of International Medical University Medical College Medical College Train Melaka-Penang Medical College Silver Medical Institute, science and technology Asia Monash University Sunway Campus Malaysia, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover Doctor of Medicine University of North Dakota School of Medicine, Grand Forks Doctor of Medicine University of South Dakota School of Medicine Vermillion, an honorary Doctor of Medicine of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque Doctor of Medicine at Rutgers State University Doctor of Medicine Brown University Providence, Rhode Island West Indies a. .. The University of West Indies Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are given the name of the country where the Institution which gives approval About 050B approval. FM Page 60 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 61 laws of MALAYSIA Act 50 medical Act 1971 LIST AMENDMENT of laws that amend the short title effect from P.U. (A) 41/1975 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 1975 21-02-1975 A300 Act medical Act (Amendment) 1975 30-05-1975 P.U. (A) 311/1975 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2), 1975 03-10-1975 P.U. (A) 27/1976 order of the medical Act (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1976 06-02-1976 P.U. (A) 101/ Medical Order 1976 (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Act 1976 09-04-1976 A362 Act medical Act (Amendment) Act 1976 29-10-1976 P.U. (A) 258/1977 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 1977 02-09-1977 P.U. (A) 373/1978 Order Medical Act (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1978, 29-12-1978 P.U. (A) 127/1979 Order Medical Act (Amendment of second schedule) order 1979 22-06-1979 P.U. (A) 165/1979 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) order 1979, 03-08-1979 A492 Act medical Act (Amendment) Act 1980 30-05-1980 except s. 34B: 01-05-1973 P.U. (A) 180/1981 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 1981 26-06-1981 P.U. (A) 460/order of the medical Act 1983 (Amendment of second schedule) order 1983 11-11-1983 050B. FM Page 61 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 62 laws of Malaysia Act 50 P.U. (A) 73/1986 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1986 21-03-1986 P.U. (A) 123/1986 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 1986 18-04-1986 P.U. (A) 229/1986 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 3) Order 1986 11-07-1986 P.U. (A) 230/1986 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1986-Correction 11-07-1986 P.U. (A) 392/1986 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1986 14-11-1986 P. U. (A) 251/1987 Order of Medicine (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1987 31-07-1987 P.U. (A) 285/1987 Order of Medicine (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 1987, 04-09-1987 P.U. (A) 375/1987 Order of Medicine (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 3) Order 1987 13-11-1987 P.U. (A) 388/1987 Order of Medicine (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1987-corrigendum 20-11-1987 P.U. (A) 391/1987 Order of Medicine (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 4) Order 1987, 27-11-1987 P.U. (A) 172/1988 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1988 03-06-1988 P.U. ( A) 82/1989 Medical Command (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1989 17-03-1989 P.U. (A) 372/1989 Medical Command (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 1989 17-11-1989 P.U. (A) 351/Medical Order 1990 (Amendment of second schedule) order 1990 26-10-1990 P.U. (A) 45/1992 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 1992 21-02-1992 P.U. (A) 377/Medical Order 1992 (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) order 1992 16-10-1992 law amend short title effect from 050B. FM Page 62 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm A840 63 Medical Act medical Act (Amendment) Act 1993 05-02-1993; with the exception of s. 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 – 01-10-1986 P.U. (A) 83/1993 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) 1993 02-04-1993 P.U. (A) 51/1994 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1994 11-02-1994 P.U. (A) 307/1994 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 1994 12-08-1994 P.U. (A) 46/1995 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 1995 03-02-1995 P.U. (A) 135/1995 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) 1995, 05-05-1995 P.U. (A) 391/Medical (Amendment Order 1995 Second Schedule) (No. 3) 1995 03-11-1995 P.U. (A) 404/Medical Order 1995 (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 4) Order 1995 17-11-1995 A932 Act medical Act (Amendment) 1995 10-11-1995

P.u. (A) 200/1996 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) 1996 03-05-1996 P.U. (A) 353/1996 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) 1996 26-07-1996 P.U. (A) 354/1996 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) 1996 26-07-1996 P.U. (A) 144/1997 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) 1996 01-01-1997 P.U. (A) 324/1999 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 1997 13-08-1999 P.U. (A) 143/2000 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 2000 21-04-2000 P.U. (A) 371/2000 Medical command (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) order 2000 13-10-2000 laws that amend the short title effect from 050B. FM Page 63 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 64 laws of Malaysia Act 50 P.U. (A) 77/2002 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) Order 2002 01-03-2002 P.U. (A) 132/2002 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) Order 2002 12-04-2002 P.U. (A) 93/2003 Medical Orders (Amendment of third schedule) order 2003 04-04-2003 P.U. (A) 177/2003 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 2003 06-06-2003 P.U. (A) 391/2003 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) (No. 2) order 2003 24-10-2003 P.U. (A) 116/ 2004 Medical Orders (Amendment of third schedule) 2004 02-04-2004 P.U. (A) 189/2004 Order of Medicine (Amendment of first schedule) order 2004 11-06-2004 P.U. (A) 171/2005 Medical Orders (Amendment of second schedule) order 2005 22-04-2005 P.U. (A) 172/2005 Medical Orders (Amendment of third schedule) order 2005 22-04-2005 law amending the short title effect from 050B. FM Page 64 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 65 laws of MALAYSIA Act 50 medical Act 1971 LIST of SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from 3 of the Act the A300 30-05-1975 Act A492 30-05-1980 Act A840 05-02-1993 12 A362 Act 29-10-1976 Act A840 05-02-1993 13 A362 Act 29-10-1976 Act A492 30-05-1980 Act A840 05-02-1993 Act 19 30 A300-05-1975 Act A840 05-02-1993 20 A300 Act 30-05-1975 24 Act A840 05-02-1993 31A Act A300 30-05-1975 34A A362 Act 29-10-1976 Act A932 10-11-1995
34B A492 Act 01-05-1973 34C Act A840 05-02-1993 050B. FM Page 65 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 66 laws of Malaysia ACT 50 35 Act A840 05-02-1993 37 Act A840 05-02-1993 39 A840 Act 01-10-1986 40 Act A300 30-05-1975 Act A362 29-10-1976 Act A840 01-10-1986 41 Act A300 30-05-1975 Act A362 29-10-1976 Act A840 01-10-1986 42 A840 Act 01-10-1986 43 A840 Act 01-10-1986 A840 01 Act 44-10-1986 first schedule P.U. (A) 189/2004 11-06-2004 the second schedule P.U. (A) 41/1975 21-02-1975 P.U. (A) 311/1975 03-10-1975
P.u. (A) 27/1976 06-02-1976 P.U. (A) 101/1976 09-04-1976 P.U. (A) 258/1977 02-09-1977 P.U. (A) 373/1978 29-12-1978 P.U. (A) 127/1979 22-06-1979 P.U. (A) 165/1979, 03-08-1979 P.U. (A) 180/1981 26-06-1981 P.U. (A) 460/1983, 11-11-1983 Section Power amend with effect from 050B. FM Page 66 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm Medical 67 P.U. (A) 73/1986 21-03-986 P.U. (A) 123/1986 18-04-1986 P.U. (A) 229/1986, 11-07-1986 P.U. (A) 230/1986, 11-07-1986 P.U. (A) 392/1986 14-11-1986 P.U. (A) 251/1987 31-07-1987 P.U. (A) 285/1987 04-09-1987 P.U. (A) 375/1987 13-11-1987 P.U. (A) 388/1987 20-11-1987 P.U. (A) 391/1987 27-11-1987 P.U. (A) 172/1988 03-06-1988 P.U. (A) 82/1989 17-03-1989 P.U. (A) 372/1989 17-11-1989 P.U. (A) 351/1990 26-10-1990 P.U. (A) 45/1992, 21-02-1992 P.U. (A) 377/1992 16-10-1992 P.U. (A) 83/1993 02-04-1993 P.U. (A) 51/1994 11-02-1994 P.U. (A) 307/1994 12-08-1994 P.U. (A) 46/1995 03-02-1995 P.U. (A) 135/1995 05-05-1995 P.U. (A) 391/1995 03-11-1995 P.U. (A) 404/1995 17-11-1995 Section Power amend with effect from 050B. FM Page 67 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm 68 laws of Malaysia Act 50 P.U. (A) 200/1996 03-05-1996 P.U. (A) 353/1996 26-07-1996 P.U. (A) 354/1996 26-07-1996 P.U. (A) 144/1997 01-01-1997 P.U. (A) 324/1999 13-08-1999 P.U. (A) 143/2000 21-04-2000 P.U. (A) 371/2000 13-10-2000 P.U. (A) 77/2002 01-03-2002 P.U. (A) 132/2002 12-04-2002 P.U. (A) 177/2003 06-06-2003 P.U. (A) 391/2003 24-10-2003
P.u. (A) 171/2005 22-04-2005 Third Schedule Act A932 10-11-1995 P.U. (A) 93/2003 04-04-2003 P.U. (A) 116/2004 02-04-2004 P.U. (A) 172/2005 22-04-2005 Section Power amend with effect from 050B. FM Page 68 Friday, March 31, 2006 11:27 pm