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SYNTHETIC DRUG EMERGENCY RULES

The most current version of the Indiana statutes and rules may be accessed using the citations below.

LEGEND DRUGS AND DRUG REGULATION

Title 16 Article 42. Regulation of Food Drugs and Cosmetics

  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 3. Uniform Food Drug and Cosmetic Act: Adulteration and Misbranding of Drugs or Devices
  • Chapter 19. Drugs: Indiana Legend Drug Act
  • Chapter 20. Drugs: Enforcement of Pharmacy Laws and Rules
  • Chapter 21. Drug Samples
  • Chapter 22. Generic Drugs
  • Chapter 23. Drugs: Use of Amygdalin (Laetrile)
  • Chapter 24. Drugs: Use of Chymopapain
  • Chapter 25. Drugs: Biosimilar Biological Products
  • Chapter 26. Drugs: Investigational Drug, Biological Product, or Device
  • Chapter 27. Drugs: Overdose Intervention Drugs

Title 35 Article 43 Offenses Against Property

  • Chapter 10. Legend Drug Deception

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Title 25 Article 0.5 Applicability of Certain Provisions in IC 25-1

  • Chapter 1. Initial License or Certificate under IC 25-1-1.1-4
  • Chapter 2. Permits, Licenses, Certificates of Registration, and Evidences of Authority under IC 25-1-2-2.1
  • Chapter 3. Entities under IC 25-1-2-6
  • Chapter 4. "Board" as used in IC 25-1-4
  • Chapter 5. Performance of Administrative Functions, Duties, and Responsibilities for Entities by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under IC 25-1-5-3
  • Chapter 6. "Provider" as used in IC 25-1-5-10
  • Chapter 7. Performance of Administrative Functions, Duties, and Responsibilities for Entities by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under IC 25-1-6-3
  • Chapter 8. "Regulated Occupation" for purposes of IC 25-1-7
  • Chapter 9. "Board" as used in IC 25-1-8
  • Chapter 10. "Board" as used in IC 25-1-8-6
  • Chapter 11. "Board" as used in IC 25-1-9
  • Chapter 12. "Board" as used in IC 25-1-11

Title 25 Article 1. General Provisions 

  • Chapter 0.1. Effect of Certain Acts
  • Chapter 1.    Evidence of License Applicant's Payment of Personal Property Taxes Required
  • Chapter 1.1. Effect of Criminal Convictions on Licensed Persons
  • Chapter 1.2. Effect of Delinquency in Child Support Payments of Licensed Persons
  • Chapter 2.   Renewal of Licenses
  • Chapter 3.   Civil Immunity of Regulatory Agencies
  • Chapter 4.   Continuing Education
  • Chapter 5.   Professional Licensing Agency
  • Chapter 5.5 Electronic Registry of Professions 
  • Chapter 6.   Professional Licensing Agency Functions and Duties
  • Chapter 7.   Investigation and Prosecution of Complaints Concerning Regulated Occupations
  • Chapter 8.   Occupational and Professional Licensure, Registration, and Certification Fees
  • Chapter 9.   Health Professions Standards of Practice
  • Chapter 9.5.  Telemedicine Services and Prescriptions
  • Chapter 11. Professional Licensing Standards of Practice 
  • Chapter 12. Renewal of Licenses Held by Individuals in Military Service
  • Chapter 13. Indiana Scheduled Prescription Electronic Collection and Tracking Program
  • Chapter 14. Repealed
  • Chapter 15. Exemption for Athletic Organization Practitioners Licensed in Other Jurisdictions
  • Chapter 16. Evaluation of Regulated Occupations
  • Chapter 17. Licensure of Individuals with Military Training; Licensure of Military Spouses
  • Chapter 18. Pilot Program for State Registration of Privately Certified Individuals

Title 25 Article 26. Pharmacists, Pharmacies, Drug Stores

  • Chapters 1-12.  Repealed
  • Chapter 13. Regulation of Pharmacists and Pharmacies; Creation of Board 
  • Chapter 14. Wholesale Legend Drug Distributors 
  • Chapter 15. Repealed
  • Chapter 16. Drug Regimens
  • Chapter 16.5 Drug Regimens in Health Facilities
  • Chapter 17. Nonresident Pharmacies
  • Chapter 18. Mail Order and Internet Based Pharmacies
  • Chapter 19. Regulation of Pharmacy Technicians
  • Chapter 20. Regional Drug Repository Program
  • Chapter 21. Home Medical Equipment Service Providers
  • Chapter 22. Pharmacy Audits
  • Chapter 23. Returning Unused Medication

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

Title 35 Article 48 Controlled Substances

  • Chapter 1. Definitions
  • Chapter 2. Classification of Drugs
  • Chapter 3. Registration and Control
  • Chapter 4. Offenses Relating to Controlled Substances
  • Chapter 5.  Repealed
  • Chapter 6.  Repealed
  • Chapter 7.  Central Repository for Controlled Substances Data

Title 856, Article 2 Controlled Substances

  • Chapter 1. Definitions
  • Chapter 2. Controlled Substances Code Number - Schedules I through IV
  • Chapter 3. Registration Information - Special Instructions
  • Chapter 4. Records and Inventories of Registrants
  • Chapter 5. Order Forms
  • Chapter 6.  Issuance; Filling and Filing Prescriptions
  • Chapter 7.  Limited Permits

INSPECT

See IC 25-1-13 above.

Title 856, Article 6  Controlled Substance Monitoring

  • Rule 1.  Electronic Prescription Monitoring Program

ADMINISTRATIVE CODE

Title 856, Article 1 Pharmacies and Pharmacists

  • Rule 1.  Application Requirements (Repealed)
  • Rule 1.1.  Definitions
  • Rule 2.  Pharmacists' Certificate
  • Rule 3.  Experience (Repealed)
  • Rule 3.1.  Examination and Experience Requirements
  • Rule 4.  Reciprocity
  • Rule 5.  Recognition of Accredited Schools
  • Rule 6.  Drugstores, Pharmacies, Apothecary Shops
  • Rule 6.1.  Drugstores, Pharmacies, Apothecary Shops
  • Rule 7.  Pharmacy Permits
  • Rule 8.  Known Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and Manufacturer - Definition
  • Rule 9.  Application for Prohibited Drugs (Repealed)
  • Rule 10.  Non-Drug Products (Repealed)
  • Rule 11.  Toxic Preparations (Repealed)
  • Rule 12.  Poisons (Repealed)
  • Rule 13.  General Definitions
  • Rule 14.  Physical Inventory of Merchandise (Repealed)
  • Rule 15.  Pharmacists' Notification of Termination
  • Rule 16.  New Pharmacist (Repealed)
  • Rule 17.  Practice of Pharmacy (Repealed)
  • Rule 18.  Narcotic License (Repealed)
  • Rule 19.  Adoption by Reference of U.S. Federal Rules Pertaining to Narcotics (Repealed)
  • Rule 20.  Violations and Penalties
  • Rule 21.  Resale of Returned Substances
  • Rule 22.  Narcotics - Defined (Repealed)
  • Rule 23.  Dispensing of Dangerous Drugs
  • Rule 24.  Hospital Pharmacies (Repealed)
  • Rule 25.  Internship for Apprentic Pharmacists (Repealed)
  • Rule 26.  Continuing Professional Education
  • Rule 27.  Fee Structure
  • Rule 28.  Institutional Pharmacies (Repealed)
  • Rule 29.  Electronic Data Processing of Prescriptions
  • Rule 30.  Sterile Pharmaceuticals; Preparation and Dispensing
  • Rule 31.  Facsimile Machines
  • Rule 32.  Transfer of Prescriptions Between Pharmacies
  • Rule 33.  Counseling
  • Rule 34.  Security Features for Prescriptions
  • Rule 35.  Pharmacy Technicians
  • Rule 36.  Temporary Variances
  • Rule 37.  Central Fill or Processing, of Both, of Prescriptions and Drug Orders
  • Rule 38.  Credit for Returned Expired Drugs
  • Rule 39.  Home Medical Equipment Service Providers
  • Rule 40.  Electronic Prescribing
  • Rule 41.  Cognitive Services
  • Rule 42.  Remote Pharmacy Practice

Title 856, Article 3 Wholesale Legend Drugs

  • Rule 1.  Definitions
  • Rule 2.  Licensing and Operational Requirements
  • Rule 3.  Accreditation
  • Rule 4.  Pedigrees
  • Rule 5.  Normal Distribution Chain of Custody
  • Rule 6.  Drug Returns
  • Rule 7.  Authentications

Title 856, Article 4 Pharmacist Vaccinations Administered via Protocol Authority

  • Rule 1.  Pharmacist Vaccinations Administered via Protocol Authority

Title 856, Article 5  Automated Medication Systems

  • Rule 1.  Automated Medication Systems

Title 856, Article 7  Prescription Drug Take Back Programs

  • Rule 1.  Purpose and Scope
  • Rule 2.  Definitions
  • Rule 3.  Responsibilites of Entities who Accept Unused or Unwanted Medications
  • Rule 4.  Policy Regarding Record Keeping
  • Rule 5.  Destruction Methods
  • Rule 6.  Privacy Protocols and Safeguards
  • Rule 7.  Security Standards
  • Rule 8.  Transportation Standards
  • Rule 9.  Libaility and Immunity for Entities Operating a Take Back Program

 

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