124.212A PHARMACY PSEUDOEPHEDRINE SALE -- RESTRICTIONS -- RECORDS -- CONTINGENT APPLICABILITY. 1. A pharmacy, an employee of a pharmacy, or a licensed pharmacist shall do the following: a. Provide for the sale of a pseudoephedrine product in a locked cabinet or behind the sales counter where the public is unable to reach the product and where the public is not permitted. b. Require the purchaser to present a government-issued photo identification card identifying the purchaser prior to purchasing a pseudoephedrine product. c. Provide an electronic logbook for purchasers of pseudoephedrine products to sign. d. Require the purchaser to sign the electronic logbook. If the electronic logbook is not available, require a signature that is associated with a transaction number. e. Enter the purchaser's name, address, date of purchase, time of purchase, name of the pseudoephedrine product purchased, and the quantity sold in the electronic logbook. If the electronic logbook is unavailable, an alternative record shall be kept that complies with the rules adopted by both the office and the board. f. Determine that the signature in the electronic logbook corresponds with the name on the government-issued photo identification card. g. Provide notice that a purchaser entering a false statement or misrepresentation in the electronic logbook may subject the purchaser to criminal penalties under 18 U.S.C. § 1001. h. Keep electronic logbook records and any other records obtained from pseudoephedrine purchases if the electronic logbook is unavailable for twenty-four months from the date of the last entry. i. Disclose electronic logbook information and any other pseudoephedrine purchase records as provided by state and federal law. j. Comply with training requirements pursuant to federal law. 2. This section is not applicable unless sufficient funding is received to implement and maintain the statewide real-time central repository and the office establishes the statewide real-time central repository. However, subsection 1, paragraph "h", is applicable July 1, 2009.
Section History: Recent Form
2009 Acts, ch 25, §3 Referred to in § 124.212
Governor's office of drug control policy to notify Code editor when establishment of statewide repository complete; Code editor to remove subsection 2 upon such completion; 2009 Acts, ch 25, § 9