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Chapter 69.43 RCW


Report to pharmacy quality assurance commissionList of substancesModification of listIdentification of purchasersReport of transactionsPenalties.
Receipt of substance from source outside stateReportPenalty.
Suspicious transactionsReportPenalty.
Reporting form.
Recordkeeping requirementsPenalty.
Reporting and recordkeeping requirementsSubmission of computer readable data, copies of federal reports.
TheftMissing quantityReporting.
Sale, transfer, or furnishing of substance for unlawful purposeReceipt of substance with intent to use unlawfullyClass B felony.
False statement in report or recordClass C felony.
Permit to sell, transfer, furnish, or receive substanceExemptionsApplication for permitFeeRenewalPenalty.
Refusal, suspension, or revocation of a manufacturer's or wholesaler's permit.
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamineSales restrictionsRecord of transactionExceptionsPenalty.
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamineSales restrictionsElectronic sales tracking systemPenalty.
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolaminePossession of more than fifteen gramsPenaltyExceptions.
ExemptionsPediatric productsProducts exempted by the pharmacy quality assurance commission.
Iodine, methylsulfonylmethaneSales restrictionsRecording of transactionsPenalties.
Civil penaltyPharmacy quality assurance commission waiver.
Application of chapter to local government.
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamineMethods to prevent sales violationsDepartment of health preparation of sign summarizing prohibitions.
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamineElectronic sales tracking systemPharmacy quality assurance commission authority to adopt rules.
Pharmacy, shopkeeper, or itinerant vendorElectronic sales tracking systemLiability.
Expansion of log requirementsPetition by law enforcement.
Products found at methamphetamine sitesReport.