Road Traffic Act 1994
Interpretation of Part III .
9.— (1) In this Part—
“ analysis” includes any operation used in determining the concentration of alcohol in a specimen of breath, blood or urine, and any operation used in determining the presence (if any) of a drug or drugs in a specimen of blood or urine, and cognate words shall be construed accordingly;
“ Bureau” has the meaning assigned to it by section 37 (1) of the Act of 1968;
“ designated” means designated by a member of the Garda Síochána;
“ intoxicant” includes alcohol and drugs and any combination of drugs or of drugs and alcohol.
F6 [ ‘ nurse ’ means a person registered in the register of nurses established under section 27 of the Nurses Act 1985. ]
Inserted (4.10.2006) by Road Traffic and Transport Act 2006 (28/2006), s. 1(1)(a), commenced on enactment.
Repealed by Road Traffic Act 2010 (25/2010), s. 33(c), not commenced as of date of revision.
Modifications (not altering text):
Prospective affecting provision: section repealed by Road Traffic Act 2010 (25/2010), s. 33(c), not commenced as of date of revision.
9.— F7 [ … ]
Term “General Register of Medical Practitioners” construed (1.05.2010) by Medical Practitioners Act 2007 (25/2007), s. 108(2), S.I. No. 150 of 2010.
Construction of references to registered medical practitioner and Medical Council, etc.
(2) Every reference to the General Register of Medical Practitioners contained in any other enactment or any statutory instrument shall be construed as a reference to any division of the register.