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H*2691 (Rat #0120, Act #0079 of 1981) General Bill, By  House Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs
    A Bill to amend Section 44-53-280, as amended, Sections 44-53-300, 44-53-310, 44-53-330, 44-53-360, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to narcotics and controlled substances, so as to provide for the method of notice to be given a registrant who fails to renew his license to manufacture and distribute controlled substances; provide that licensing of a registrant also be based on past experience in distributing and dispensing controlled substances; provide requirements for research with narcotics and controlled substances; increase the civil fine of a registrant from one thousand dollars to twenty-five hundred dollars; provide that penalties apply to Article 3, Chapter 53, Title 44 and empower the Department of Health and Environmental Control to deny or revoke a controlled substance registration; provide notice of administrative action relating to controlled substances be supplied to licensing boards; and provide that labelling of drugs under Federal Law be considered prima facie evidence of approved uses for such drugs.
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04/08/81House Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference HJ-1712
04/23/81House Amended HJ-2054
04/23/81House Read second time HJ-2054
04/24/81House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-2063
04/28/81Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-15
04/28/81Senate Referred to Committee on Medical Affairs SJ-15
04/30/81Senate Committee report: Favorable Medical Affairs SJ-19
05/05/81Senate Read second time SJ-7
05/12/81Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-26
05/19/81House Ratified R 120 HJ-2469
05/21/81 Signed By Governor
05/21/81 Effective date 05/21/81
05/21/81 Act No. 79
06/02/81 Copies available

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