If the Secretary of State1 advises the registrar that an emergency2 has occurred, is occurring or is about to occur and that action should be considered under these provisions, the registrar may make:
(1) an annotation in the register against the name of a registrant3 to indicate that the registrant is qualified to order drugs, medicines and appliances in a specified capacity, notwithstanding that the registrant is not so qualified, if the registrar considers that the registrant is a fit, proper and suitably experienced person to order drugs, medicines and appliances in that capacity with regard to the emergency4;
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