Chapter 69.50 RCW

UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT

Sections
ARTICLE IDEFINITIONS
Definitions.
DefinitionCommission.
Drug paraphernaliaDefinitions.
ARTICLE IISTANDARDS AND SCHEDULES
Enforcement of chapterAuthority to change schedules of controlled substances.
Nomenclature.
Schedule I tests.
Schedule I.
Schedule II tests.
Schedule II.
Schedule III tests.
Schedule III.
Schedule IV tests.
Schedule IV.
Schedule V tests.
Schedule V.
Republishing of schedules.
Controlled substance analog.
ARTICLE IIIREGULATION OF MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTION,
AND DISPENSING OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
RulesFees.
Registration requirements.
Registration.
Revocation and suspension of registrationSeizure or placement under seal of controlled substances.
Procedure for denial, suspension, or revocation of registration.
Records of registrants.
Prescriptions.
Containers.
Sodium pentobarbitalRegistration of humane societies and animal control agencies for use in animal control.
Triplicate prescription form programCompliance by health care practitioners.
Electronic communication of prescription informationCommission may adopt rules.
Medical assistanceDrug-related overdoseProsecution for possession.
Registration of department of fish and wildlife for use in chemical capture programsRules.
Marijuana producer's license.
Marijuana producers, processorsNo direct or indirect financial interest in licensed marijuana retailers.
Application for license.
Denial of applicationOpportunity for hearing.
Transfer of license to produce, process, or sell marijuanaReporting of proposed sales of outstanding or issued stock of a corporation.
State liquor and cannabis board may adopt rules.
State liquor and cannabis boardRulesProcedures and criteria.
Representative samples of marijuana, useable marijuana, or marijuana-infused products.
InterestMembers and employees of state liquor control board.
Retail outlet licenses.
Retail outletsRules.
Marijuana retailers, employees of retail outletsCertain acts not criminal or civil offenses.
Marijuana processors, employeesCertain acts not criminal or civil offenses.
Marijuana producers, employeesCertain acts not criminal or civil offenses.
Marijuana producers, processors, researchers, retailersAdvertisementsPenalty.
Marijuana research license.
Marijuana retailersMedical marijuana endorsement.
Marijuana retailer holding medical marijuana endorsementTHC concentration in products.
Marijuana producers, processors, retailers prohibited from making certain sales of marijuana, marijuana products.
Common carriersTransportation or delivery of marijuana, useable marijuana, marijuana concentrates, and marijuana-infused productsEmployees prohibited from carrying or using firearm during such servicesExceptionsUse of state ferry routes.
Common carriersLicensingState liquor and cannabis board to adopt rules.
Licensed retailers prohibited from operating vending machines, drive-through purchase facilities for the sale of marijuana products.
ARTICLE IVOFFENSES AND PENALTIES
Prohibited acts: APenalties.
Counterfeit substancesPenalties.
Delivery of substance in lieu of controlled substancePenalty.
Possession of controlled substancePenaltyPossession of useable marijuana, marijuana concentrates, or marijuana-infused products.
Possession of forty grams or less of marijuanaPenalty.
Involving a person under eighteen in unlawful controlled substance transactionPenalty.
Provisions not applicable to offenses under RCW 69.50.410.
Prohibited acts: BPenalties.
Prohibited acts: CPenalties.
Penalties under other laws.
Bar to prosecution.
Distribution to persons under age eighteen.
Conspiracy.
Second or subsequent offenses.
Prohibited acts: DPenalties.
Prohibited acts: EPenalties (as amended by 2012 c 117).
Prohibited acts: EPenalties (as amended by 2013 c 3).
Drug paraphernaliaSelling or givingPenalty.
Health care practitionersSuspension of license for violation of chapter.
Sale or transfer of controlled substance to minorCause of action by parentDamages.
Controlled substances homicidePenalty.
Counterfeit substances prohibitedPenalties.
ViolationsJuvenile driving privileges.
Additional fine for certain felony violations.
Violations committed in or on certain public places or facilitiesAdditional penaltyDefensesConstructionDefinitions.
Cathinone or methcathinoneAdditional fine.
Possession with intent to manufacturePenalty.
Opening package of or consuming marijuana, useable marijuana, marijuana-infused products, or marijuana concentrates in view of general public or public placePenalty.
Butane or other explosive gases.
Synthetic cannabinoidsUnfair or deceptive practice under RCW 19.86.020.
Cathinone or methcathinoneUnfair or deceptive practice under RCW 19.86.020.
Conducting or maintaining marijuana clubPenalty.
ARTICLE VENFORCEMENT AND
ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
Powers of enforcement personnel.
Administrative inspections.
Warrants for administrative inspections.
Injunctions.
Cooperative arrangements.
Seizure and forfeiture.
Burden of proof; liabilities.
Judicial review.
Education and research.
Search and seizure of controlled substances.
Search and seizure at rental premisesNotification of landlord.
Cleanup of hazardous substances at illegal drug manufacturing facilityRules.
PharmaciesMarijuanaNotification and disposal.
Diversion prevention and controlReport.
Dedicated marijuana account.
Marijuana excise taxState liquor and cannabis board to review tax levelReportsState and federal antitrust laws.
Dedicated marijuana accountAppropriations.
Departments of social and health services, healthAdoption of rules for disbursement of marijuana excise taxes.
Cost-benefit evaluations.
Taxes, fees, assessments, chargesCommercial activities covered by marijuana agreement between state and tribe.
Controlled purchase programsPersons under age twenty-oneViolationCriminal penaltyExceptions.
Unpaid trust fund taxesLimited liability business entitiesLiability of responsible individualsAdministrative hearing.
Bundled transactionsRetail salesSubject to taxException.
Cannabis health and beauty aids.
Applicants for marijuana producer's, processor's, researcher's, or retailer's licensesSignagePublic notice requirements.
Branded promotional itemsNominal valuePersonal services.
ARTICLE VIMISCELLANEOUS
Pending proceedings.
Continuation of rules.
Uniformity of interpretation.
Short title.
Repealers.
Effective date1971 ex.s. c 308.
State preemption.
NOTES:
Drug nuisancesInjunctions: Chapter 7.43 RCW.