113.The Government may make any transitional provision to prescribe, with regard to the persons or classes of persons referred to in Division I of Chapter III of this Act, for the reference period it determines,
(1) what is to be done with the contributions referred to in section 14.3 of the Health Insurance Act (chapter A-29), as it read before being repealed by section 92 of chapter 32 of the statutes of 1996, paid by a beneficiary from a date determined in the regulation;
(2) the date of the expiry of a proof of exemption issued by the Board during a period determined in the regulation in accordance with sections 14.7 and 14.8 of the Health Insurance Act, as they read before being repealed by section 92 of chapter 32 of the statutes of 1996;
(3) the cases in which the Board shall issue proof of exemption and the validity period of such proof;
(4) the amount of and cases in which the Board shall effect a reimbursement to an eligible person referred to in section 15;
(5) the conditions to be met by a pharmacist to be entitled to remuneration from the Board for the pharmaceutical services and medications referred to in section 8 provided by the pharmacist;
(6) the percentage of the cost of pharmaceutical services and medications that remains chargeable to an eligible person and the amount of the maximum contribution payable by the person, and to provide for cases of exemption with or without conditions; the coinsurance percentage and the maximum contribution for a reference period may vary according to classes of persons and within classes of persons.