§ 54.1-3468. Conditions to dispensing device, item, or substance; records
In dispensing any device, item or substance, the pharmacist or other licensed or permitted person referred to in § 54.1-3467 shall:
1. Require the person requesting such device, item or substance to furnish suitable identification, including proof of age when appropriate;
2. Require the person requesting such item, device or substance to furnish written legitimate purposes for which such item, device or substance is being purchased, except in cases of telephone orders for such item, device or substance from customers of known good standing;
3. At the time of dispensing, make and keep a record showing the date of dispensing, the name and quantity of the device, item or substance, the price at which it was sold, the name and address of the person to whom the device, item or substance was dispensed, the reason for its purchase and enter his initials thereon.
No such devices, substances or items shall be sold or distributed to persons under the age of sixteen years except by a physician for legitimate purposes or upon his prescription. Records shall be maintained pursuant to this chapter and the Board's regulations and shall be made available for inspection to any law-enforcement officer or agent of the Board. Persons violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
(1971, Ex. Sess., cc. 210, 245; 1988, c. 765.)Sections: Previous 54.1-3458 54.1-3459 54.1-3460 54.1-3461 54.1-3462 54.1-3463 54.1-3464 54.1-3465 54.1-3466 54.1-3467 54.1-3468 54.1-3469 54.1-3470 54.1-3471 54.1-3472 Next
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