Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

 
 

Ohio Revised Code (ORC)

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Laws pertinent to the practice of Pharmacy

 

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

3719.01

Controlled substances definitions.

3719.011

Controlled substances definitions for use in Revised Code.

3719.012

Minor may give consent to diagnosis or treatment of condition caused by drug or alcohol abuse.

3719.013

Controlled Substance Analogue - Category I

3719.02

License to manufacture controlled substances - fee.

3719.021

License as wholesaler of controlled substances - fee.

3719.03

Qualifications of applicant for license.

3719.031

Suspension of wholesaler's license without hearing.

3719.04

Sale of controlled substances by manufacturer or wholesaler.

3719.05

Pharmacist may dispense controlled substances - prescriptions - sale of stock.

3719.06

Authority of licensed health professional.

3719.07

Record of all controlled substances received, administered, dispensed, or used.

3719.08

Label required.

3719.09

Authorized possession of controlled substances.

3719.10

Nuisance.

3719.11

Controlled substances forfeited and destroyed.

3719.12

Prosecutor to report conviction to board that licensed, certified, or registered person.

3719.121

Suspending license, certificate, or registration of person addicted to or improperly distributing controlled substances.

3719.13

Inspection of prescriptions, orders, records, and stock.

3719.14

Exemptions.

3719.141

Peace officer may sell controlled substance in performance of official duties.

3719.15

Exceptions.

3719.16

Dispensing of excepted substances.

3719.161

Prohibition against altering substance to increase concentration.

3719.172

Possession or sale of hypodermics.

3719.18

Enforcement officers - co-operation with agencies.

3719.19

Persons not subject to prosecution.

3719.21

Disposition of fines and forfeited bail.

3719.27

Inspection and checking of files and records.

3719.28

Rules for administration and enforcement.

3719.30

Prohibition against leaving or depositing dangerous drug or poison on thoroughfares.

3719.31

Prohibition against careless distribution of samples containing drug or poison.

3719.32

Regulating the sale of poisons.

3719.33

Labeling poisons.

3719.34

Provisions inapplicable.

3719.35

Labeling and recording of delivery provisions exceptions.

3719.36

Board of pharmacy to enforce poison laws.

3719.40

Controlled substances included in schedules by designated name.

3719.41

Controlled substance schedules.

3719.42

State pharmacy board to meet annually.

3719.43

Effect of U.S. attorney general addition, transfer, or removal of substance from schedule.

3719.44

Board of pharmacy authority to change schedules.

3719.61

Methadone maintenance treatment.

3719.70

Grant of immunity or sentencing consideration to person providing information necessary to investigation.

3719.81

Furnishing drug samples.

3719.811

Sample drug furnished to or by charitable pharmacy - exceptions.

3719.812

Qualified immunity of sample drug donors and recipients.

3719.813

Qualified immunity of sample drug manufacturers.

3719.82

Effect of child support default on license.

3719.99

Penalty.

 

PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW

3715.01

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Pure food and drug law definitions.

3715.02

Definitions for food or class of food and standards.

3715.021

Standards and good manufacturing practices for food processing establishments.

3715.022

Standards for food sampling and procedures for administration.

3715.023

Labels for cottage food production operation, processor, or beekeeper.

3715.024

Voluntary inspection of processor's or beekeeper's facilities.

3715.025

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Restrictions on cottage food production operation.

3715.03

Right of entry.

3715.04

Certificate of health and freesale - inspection - fee.

3715.041

Registration of food processing establishments.

3715.05

Sale of pseudoephedrine product.

3715.06

Discovery of theft or loss of pseudoephedrine product.

3715.07

Standards for flavoring extracts.

3715.13

Sale of diphtheria antitoxin.

3715.14

Prohibition against sale of unlabeled canned fruits and vegetables by a dealer.

3715.15

Prohibition against sale of unlabeled canned fruits and vegetables by a packer or manufacturer.

3715.16

Prohibition against falsely labeling fruit or vegetable packages.

3715.17

Prohibition against selling falsely labeled fruit or vegetables.

3715.171

Date labels for perishable foods.

3715.18

Manufacturer or packer must attach label to soaked goods.

3715.19

Vendor must attach label to soaked goods.

3715.20

Prosecution.

3715.22

Prohibition against slaughter or sale for human consumption of calf less than four weeks old - confiscation of carcass.

3715.23

Manufacture and sale of adulterated candy - sample for analysis.

3715.24

Maple product standards and grades.

3715.25

Prohibited acts regarding maple products.

3715.27

Cider manufacturing and labeling.

3715.28

Vinegar.

3715.29

Cider or apple vinegar.

3715.30

Wine or grape vinegar.

3715.31

Malt vinegar.

3715.32

Distilled vinegar.

3715.33

Fermented vinegar.

3715.34

Injurious ingredients in vinegar - brands.

3715.35

Brands on casks of cider vinegar.

3715.36

Prohibition against selling vinegar not made or branded in compliance with law.

3715.37

Branding of cider vinegar by manufacturing farmer.

3715.38

Prohibitions regarding honey.

3715.52

Prohibited acts.

3715.521

Prohibition against sale or delivery of expired drug, infant formula or baby food.

3715.53

Injunctions.

3715.54

Exceptions to liability.

3715.55

Notice of adulteration, misbranding, or expiration.

3715.551

Embargo of food.

3715.56

Attorney general, prosecuting attorney or city director of law to institute proceedings and prosecutions.

3715.57

Written notice or warning for minor violations sufficient.

3715.59

When food is adulterated.

3715.60

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Misbranded food.

3715.61

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Director of agriculture - powers regarding permits.

3715.62

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Unsafe food.

3715.63

When drug or device is adulterated.

3715.64

Misbranded drug or device.

3715.65

Application for new drug required.

3715.66

Adulterated cosmetics.

3715.67

Misbranded cosmetics.

3715.68

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] False or misleading advertisement.

3715.69

Adoption of rules for enforcement.

3715.70

Right of entry - examination of samples.

3715.71

Publication of reports - dissemination of information.

3715.72

Administrative procedure - exceptions.

3715.73

Fines or forfeited bonds to be paid into state treasury.

3715.74

Governor may declare public health state of emergency as to adulterated consumer product.

3715.80

Dietary supplement defined.

3715.81

Dietary supplement to be treated as a food.

3715.82

Adoption of rules.

3715.83

Dietary supplement considered to be adulterated.

3715.84

Requirements for labeling - misbranding.

3715.85

Publication used in connection with sale to consumers of dietary supplement.

3715.86

Dietary supplement not considered food additive.

3715.87

[Effective Until 9/10/2012] Drug repository program for donated prescription drugs - definitions.

3715.871

Drugs must be donated at pharmacy, hospital, or nonprofit clinic participating in program.

3715.872

Immunity.

3715.873

Adoption of rules.

3715.88

Dangerous drug donation definitions.

3715.89

Dangerous drug donation requirements.

3715.90

Pharmacy school acceptance of dangerous drug donations.

3715.91

Dangerous drug donation implementing rules.

3715.92

Immunity of pharmacy school accepting dangerous drugs.

3715.99

Penalty.

 

PHARMACISTS; DANGEROUS DRUGS

4729.01

Pharmacists, dangerous drugs definitions.

4729.02

State board of pharmacy.

4729.03

Organization.

4729.04

Executive director of board - duties.

4729.041

Amount of salvia divinorum or salvinorin A required for impaired operation.

4729.05

Meetings of board.

4729.06

Records - seals.

4729.07

License application - examination.

4729.071

License applicant to comply with RC Chapter 4776.

4729.08

License qualifications.

4729.09

Reciprocity.

4729.11

Establishing pharmacy internship program.

4729.12

Identification card - issuing, carrying, displaying.

4729.13

Failure to renew identification card.

4729.14

Issuing replacement licenses or identification cards.

4729.15

State board of pharmacy - fees.

4729.16

Discplinary actions.

4729.161

Offering services through authorized business entity.

4729.162

Adoption of rules regarding review of patient information available through drug database.

4729.17

Single member may hold hearing.

4729.18

Standards for approving and designating physicians and facilities as treatment providers for pharmacists with substance abuse problems.

4729.19

Cooperation in investigation.

4729.25

Enforcement.

4729.26

Administrative rules.

4729.27

Pharmacist must be in full and actual charge of pharmacy.

4729.28

Unauthorized practice.

4729.281

Conditions for refill of prescription.

4729.29

Exemptions.

4729.291

Drugs personally furnished by prescriber.

4729.30

Sale of Paris green.

4729.31

Exceptions.

4729.32

Requirements for sale of denatured or wood alcohol in five gallon lots or more.

4729.33

Requirements for sale of denatured or wood alcohol in less than five gallon lots.

4729.34

Advertising.

4729.35

Violations deemed public nuisance.

4729.36

Advertisements.

4729.361

Disclosing price information.

4729.37

Filling prescriptions - records.

4729.38

Selecting generically equivalent drugs.

4729.381

Licensed pharmacist - immunity.

4729.39

Consult agreement with physicians.

4729.41

Adult immunizations.

4729.42

Unauthorized conduct by pharmacy technicians.

4729.50

Contracts with private entities to process applications.

4729.51

Selling, purchasing, distributing, or delivering dangerous drugs.

4729.52

Registering as wholesale distributor.

4729.53

Registration requirements.

4729.531

Limited license to animal shelters for use of drugs for euthanizing animals.

4729.532

Performing euthanasia by means of lethal injection on animal.

4729.54

Terminal distributor licenses.

4729.541

Persons not requiring terminal distributor license; pain management clinics.

4729.55

Terminal distributor license requirements.

4729.551

Licensing of retail sellers.

4729.552

License as a category III terminal distributor of dangerous drugs with a pain management clinic classification.

4729.56

Disciplinary actions - wholesale distributor.

4729.57

Discplinary actions - terminal distributor.

4729.571

Suspension of terminal distributor's license without hearing.

4729.58

Renewals.

4729.59

Maintenance of register and roster of wholesale and terminal distributors.

4729.60

Obtaining certificates prior to transactions.

4729.61

False or fraudulent certificates or licenses.

4729.62

Surrendering license.

4729.64

Injunctions.

4729.65

Depositing receipts.

4729.67

Effect of child support default on license or certificate.

4729.68

Completion of diabetes education program.

4729.69

Establishment and administration of drug take-back program.

4729.70

Establishing and implementing medical gases safety program.

4729.75

Drug database may be established by board of pharmacy.

4729.76

Duties of administrator of drug database.

4729.77

Drug database information to be supplied by terminal distributors.

4729.78

Drug database information to be supplied by wholesale distributors.

4729.79

Information to be provided by licensees who personally furnish drugs to patients.

4729.80

Information provided from drug database - record of requests - confidentiality.

4729.81

Board review of drug database for violations of law.

4729.82

Retention and purging of drug database information.

4729.83

No charges to be imposed to establish or maintain drug database; acceptance of grants, gifts, or donations.

4729.84

Board to adopt drug database rules.

4729.85

Drug database report to legislative committees.

4729.86

Applicable additional provisions regarding drug database.

4729.99

Penalty.