(a) The Board may issue a license to practice pharmacy, without examination, to any
person who is licensed as a pharmacist in another jurisdiction if the applicant shall
present satisfactory evidence of possessing the same qualifications as are required
of licensees in this State, that he was licensed by examination in such other jurisdiction,
and that the standard of competence required by such other jurisdiction is substantially
equivalent to that of this State at that time. The Board must be satisfied that a candidate for licensure has a satisfactory understanding
of the laws governing the practice of pharmacy and distribution of drugs in this State.
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