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to Acts of Privy Council.

and acts of the Lords of Her Majesty's Council herein authorized.1

XXXVII. This Act shall come into operation on ment of Act. the first day of January next, and may be cited as

66 The Vaccination Act of 1867."

Commence

Short title.

I See Appendix B., post, p. 123.

SCHEDULE OF FORMS.

on

(A).' I, the undersigned, hereby give you notice to have the child (insert name), whose birth is now registered, vaccinated within three months from the date of its birth, pursuant to the provisions and directions of the Vaccination Act; and that in default of your doing so you will be liable to the penalties thereby imposed for neglect of those provisions.

If you intend to apply to the public vaccinator of your district I have to inform you that he will attend at

at the hour of You are required to produce to the public vaccinator or medical practitioner who may be applied to the forms herewith supplied for him to fill up and sign; and if the operation be performed by a medical practitioner who is not the public vaccinator, you must transmit to me by post or otherwise the certificate signed by him within twenty-one days after the performance of the operation, or you will be liable to a penalty of twenty shillings, to be recovered on a summary conviction. Dated this

18 (signed) C.D., Registrar of Births and Deaths for the SubDistrict of

in the Union or Parish.

day of

(B). I, the undersigned, hereby certify, that I am of opinion nat the child of

of in the parish or township of

in the county or borough of

aged

is not now in a fit and

1 See s. 15, ante.
? See ss. 18 and 19, ante, ad also s. 34, ante.

day of

proper state to be successfully vaccinated. I do hereby postpone the vaccination until the

(a) Dated this

day of

18
(signed) A.B.,
Public Vaccinator of the

Union
or Parish.
or A.B.,

of
Medical Practitioner (i.e. M.D., L.A.C., or

F.R.C.S., or otherwise, as the case may be).

Mem.This is to be kept by the parent or other person to whom it is given.

(a) This must not exceed two calendar months from the date of the certificate.

(C).

I, the undersigned, hereby certify, that I have times unsuccessfully vaccinated

the child of of

in the parish or township of

in the county or borough of aged

(or that the child has already had small-pox, as the case may be,) and I am of opinion that such child is insusceptible of successful vaccination. Dated this

day of

18
(signed)
Public Vaccinator of the

Union
or Parish.
or A.B.,

of
Medical Practitioner (i.e. M.D., L.A.C., or

F.R.C.S., or otherwise, as the case may be). Mem. This is to be kept by the parent or other person to whom it is given.

A.B.,

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See s. 20, ante, and also s. 34, ante.

(D).* 1, the undersigned, hereby certify, that the child of

aged

of

in the parish or township of

in the county or borough of has been successfully vaccinated by me. Dated this

day of

18
(signed)
Public Vaccinator of the

Union
or Parish.
or A.B.,

of Medical Practitioner (i.e. M.D., L.A.C., or

F.R.C.S., or otherwise, as the case may be).

A.B.,

Notice.— This certificate is to be transmitted within twentyone days from the performance of the operation by the public vaccinator to the registrar of the district in which the birth was registered, or, if that be not known to him, to the registrar of the district in which the operation was performed. A duplicate is to be given to the parent, or other person procuring the vaccination, if requested.

When the vaccination is performed by a medical practitioner, not the public vaccinator of the district, he is to fill up and sign this certificate, and the parent or such other person is within the same time to transmit it to the registrar with whom the birth was registered, or, if his district be not known to such parent or other person, to the registrar of the district in which the operation was performed.

The transmission may be by post or otherwise.

In each case the Vaccination Act of 1867 imposes a penalty of twenty shillings for default.5

4 See ss. 21 and 23, s. 24 and s. 34, with the notes thereon, ante. 5 See s. 30, ante.

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APPENDIX (A).

CONTENTS.

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I. REGISTRAR-GENERAL:
1. Circular to Registrars of Births and Deaths, No-

vember 1, 1867, relating to 30 & 31 Vict. c. 84
2. Circular 29th September 1853, relating to 16 & 17

Vict. c. 100
3. Extract from Circular, 4th October 1853
II. Poor Law BOARD, AND PRIVY COUNCIL:
4. Circular issued by the Poor Law Board, 31st De-
cember 1867, relating to 30 & 31 Vict. c. 84

(Enclosure):
Extracts from a Letter from the Medical Depart-

ment of the Privy Council to the Poor Law

Board, dated 7th December 1867
5. Circular of the Poor Law Board, 18th February 1868

(Enclosures):
(a) General Order issued by the Poor Law Board,

15th February 1868, relating to Contracts for

Vaccination
(6) Regulations issued by the Privy Council, 18th

February 1868, relating to Vaccination
6. Regulations issued by the Privy Council, 1st De-

cember 1859, relating to Vaccination
7. Notice as to “ Educational Vaccinating Stations”
8. Circular issued by the Poor Law Board, 20th Feb-

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