Medical Act


45(1) Except as provided in this Act, the regulations, no person, other than a medical practitioner who holds a licence or a professional corporation which holds a licence shall
(a) publicly or privately, for hire, gain or hope of reward, practise or offer to practise medicine;

(b) hold himself out in any way to be entitled to practise medicine; or

(c) use any title or description implying or designed to lead the public to believe that he is entitled to practise medicine
45(2) Except as provided in this Act and the regulations, no person, other than a Physician Assistant who holds a licence shall

(a) publicly or privately, for hire, gain, or hope of reward, practise or offer to practise as a Physician Assistant; 

(b) hold himself out in any way to be entitled to practise as a Physician Assistant; or

(c) use any title or description implying or designed to lead the public to believe that he is entitled to practise as a Physician Assistant.

45(3) No person is entitled to receive a fee, reward or remuneration for

(a) professional services rendered to any person in the practise of medicine or  

(b) any medicine or medical appliances supplied to any person in the practise of medicine,

unless licensed under this Act at the time the services were provided, or medicine or appliances were rendered.