OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE
EXECUTIVE COMMISSION

MALACAÑAN PALACE

BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMISSION

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 14

PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS FOR THE UNIFORM ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OF REGISTRATION FOR THE PRACTICE OF A PROFESSION.

For the purpose of uniformity in the issuance of certificates of registration for the practice of any profession under the supervision of the different Boards of Examiners, the following rules and regulations are hereby prescribed:

1. All certificates of registration for the practice of any profession under the supervision of the Boards of Examiners shall be issued by the Chairman of the Executive Commission, upon the recommendation of the proper Board of Examiners. Such certificates shall be in such form and of such size and material as may be determined by the Chief of the Civil Service, subject to the approval of the Chairman of the Executive Commission, and shall contain the name of the registrant, the date of issuance, serial number and such other matters as may be deemed necessary by the Chief of the Civil Service with the approval of the Chairman of the Executive Commission. The certificates shall be signed by all the members of the Board of Examiners concerned or by the majority thereof and by the Executive Secretary to the Commission acting for and by authority of the Chairman of the Executive Commission, attested by the Chief of the Civil Service, and shall bear the seal of the Executive Commission.

2. In the case of provisional certificates of registration or special permits for the practice of a profession issued in accordance with law, certificates of registration issued to medical students, apprentices in pharmacy, Red Cross aids, welfare workers and assistants to surveyors as provided by law, and such other certificates of similar category as may be determined by the Chief of the Civil Service with the approval of the Chairman of the Executive Commission, the certificates shall be signed by the Chair-Kan of the proper Board of Examiners, attested by the Secretary of the Boards of Examiners, and shall rear the official seal of the Boards of Examiners.

3. Upon proof satisfactory to the Board that a certificate of registration has been lost, destroyed, or mutilated, and upon payment of the fee required by law or regulation, a new certificate of registration may be issued to replace the lost, destroyed or mutilated certificate. All such new certificates shall be issued in a form similar to the original certificates, as provided in paragraphs 1 and 2 hereof.

Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 27th day of November, 1942.

(Sgd.) JORGE B. VARGAS
Chairman of the Executive Commission

Source: Office of the Solicitor General Library