TITLE XI: BUSINESS REGULATIONS 110. RETAIL PERMITS CHAPTER 110: RETAIL PERMITS
110.01 Limitation on sale of pharmaceuticals
SELL. Furnish, give away, exchange,
transfer, deliver, surrender, distribute or supply,
whether or not for monetary gain or other
WHOLESALER. One whose business is § 110.01 LIMITATION ON SALE OF
the selling of goods in gross to retail stores for
(A) Definitions. For the purpose of this section,
the following definitions shall apply unless the
context clearly indicates or requires a different
(1) It shall be unlawful for any person to
operate a retail store in the county who does not
possess a valid permit issued by the County Sheriff’s
CUSTOMER. Any person who purchases
Office. The permit shall be posted in the
or acquires products from any retail store.
establishment in a place conspicuous to the public.
EPHEDRINE. Any drug, substance or
(2) No permit is required for a prescription
compound, whether legal or illegal, that contains
written by a licensed physician and/or a pharmacist
pseudoephedrine sulfate or phenylpropanolamine.
by submitting a completed application form to the
PACKAGE. Any bottle, box, blister pack
or other container in which products containing
PERMITTEE. Person who has obtained a PERSON. Any person, firm, partnership,
association, corporation, company or organization of
RETAIL STORE. Any single geographic
location of any business, company, corporation,
person, employee or associate that sells ephedrine to
(d) Inclusive dates the permit is valid,
any customer. It does not include any wholesaler
(5) A permit issued to a retail store shall
(C) Limitations on the sale or purchase of
(1) Each permittee shall require from his,
her or its customer identification showing he or she is of legal age (18 years), a picture form of identification and current address. All information obtained on the customer shall be recorded in an appropriate manner, and a copy of the report shall be forwarded to the County Sheriff’s Office at the end of each calendar month by the permittee.
permittee during a single transaction to sell to a customer more than two packages of products containing ephedrine.
purchase or acquire more than two packages of products containing ephedrine within a seven-day period.
prescription written by a licensed physician and a pharmacist providing the drugs for a prescription. (Ord. 2005-4-4-20, passed 4-20-2005) Penalty, see § 110.99 § 110.99 PENALTY.
(A) Each offense shall be considered a separate
offense and subject to a fine. Each 24 hours that a violation occurs will be considered a separate offense and can be cited as one.
(B) Whoever violates any provisions of §
110.01 shall be fined not more than $2,500. Each day the violation is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense.
(C) Should any person fail to obtain a permit,
the person shall be charged a $250 penalty. (Ord. 2005-4-4-20, passed 4-20-2005)
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