Hawaii Revised Statutes 330-8 Use of Certain Chemical Substances As Inhalants Unlawful.

§330-8 Use of certain chemical substances as inhalants unlawful. It shall be unlawful for any person to use as an inhalant any substance, not a "food" as defined in section 328-1, which substance includes in its composition volatile organic solvents including amylacetate, trichloroethylene, and acetone or any other chemical substance, capable of producing upon inhalation any degree of intoxication; provided that this section shall not apply to any person using as an inhalant any such chemical substance pursuant to the direction of a physician. [L 1963, c 115, pt of §2; Supp, §53-5.5; HRS §330-8; am L 1998, c 11, §18]

Cross References

Intoxicating compounds, see chapter 328E.

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