36-11-16. Character, age, education, and experience requirements for registration as pharmacist. Any person of good moral character and temperate habits, not less than eighteen years of age, who is a graduate of a four-year high school course or whose education is equivalent thereto, in the discretion of the board of pharmacy, who is a graduate of a college of pharmacy recognized and approved by the board, and who has had the necessary experience as determined by the board in the practice of pharmacy under a regularly licensed pharmacist in a pharmacy where physicians' prescriptions are compounded and who shall pass a satisfactory examination prescribed by the State Board of Pharmacy, shall be entitled to a certificate of registration as a licentiate in pharmacy. The board shall have the authority to allow credit for suitable military and research activities in the field of pharmacy as part of the experience requirement.
Source: SDC 1939, § 27.1007; SL 1967, ch 102, § 9; revised pursuant to SL 1972, ch 15, § 4.
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