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Connecticut General Statutes 21a-246 - License to manufacture, wholesale, supply, compound, etc. Exception. License fees. License to possess and supply marijuana

Connecticut General Statutes > Title 21a > Chapter 420b > 21a-246


Current as of: 2013

(a) No person within this state shall manufacture, wholesale, repackage, supply, compound, mix, cultivate or grow, or by other process produce or prepare, controlled substances without first obtaining a license to do so from the Commissioner of Consumer Protection and no person within this state shall operate a laboratory for the purpose of research or analysis using controlled substances without first obtaining a license to do so from the Commissioner of Consumer Protection, except that such activities by pharmacists or pharmacies in the filling and dispensing of prescriptions or activities incident thereto, or the dispensing or administering of controlled substances by dentists, podiatrists, physicians or veterinarians, or other persons acting under their supervision, in the treatment of patients shall not be subject to the provisions of this section, and provided laboratories for instruction in dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacology and pharmacognosy in institutions duly licensed for such purposes in this state shall not be subject to the provisions of this section except with respect to narcotic drugs and schedule I and II controlled substances. Upon application of any physician licensed pursuant to chapter 370, the Commissioner of Consumer Protection shall without unnecessary delay, license such physician to possess and supply marijuana for the treatment of glaucoma or the side effects of chemotherapy. No person outside this state shall sell or supply controlled substances within this state without first obtaining a license to do so from the Commissioner of Consumer Protection, provided no such license shall be required of a manufacturer whose principal place of business is located outside this state and who is registered with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration or other federal agency, and who files a copy of such registration with the appropriate licensing authority under this chapter.

(b) Such licenses shall expire annually, and may be renewed by application to the licensing authority. The Commissioner of Consumer Protection following a hearing as prescribed in section 21a-275, may revoke or suspend any license granted by him pursuant to this section for violation of the provisions of any statute relative to controlled substances or of any regulation made hereunder. The licensing authority, upon application of any person whose license has been suspended or revoked, may reinstate such license upon a showing of good cause.

(c) The fee for licenses provided pursuant to this section shall be according to the following schedule: For any wholesaler, one hundred ninety dollars per annum; for manufacturers employing not more than five licensed pharmacists or qualified chemists or both, two hundred eighty-five dollars per annum; for manufacturers employing six to ten licensed pharmacists or qualified chemists or both, three hundred seventy-five dollars per annum; for manufacturers employing more than ten licensed pharmacists or qualified chemists or both, nine hundred forty dollars per annum; for laboratories, eighty dollars per annum. A separate fee is required for each place of business or professional practice where the licensee uses, manufactures, stores, distributes, analyzes or dispenses controlled drugs.

(d) Controlled substances which are possessed, kept or stored at an address or location other than the address or location indicated on the registration required by chapter 420c or by federal laws and regulations shall be deemed to be possessed, kept or stored illegally and shall be subject to seizure and forfeited to the state. The following are subject to forfeitures: (1) All controlled substances which have been manufactured, distributed, dispensed or acquired in violation of this chapter; (2) all raw materials, products and equipment of any kind which are used, or intended for use, in manufacturing, compounding, processing, delivering, importing, or exporting any controlled substance in violation of this chapter; (3) all property which is used, or intended for use, as a container for property described in paragraph (1) or (2); (4) all conveyances, including aircraft, vehicles or vessels, which are used, or intended for use, to transport or in any manner to facilitate the transportation, for the purpose of sale or receipt of property described in paragraph (1) or (2), but (i) no conveyance used by any person as a common carrier is subject to forfeiture under this chapter unless it appears that the owner or other person in charge of the conveyance is a consenting party or privy to a violation of this chapter; (ii) no conveyance is subject to forfeiture under this chapter by reason of any act or omission established by the owner thereof to have been committed or omitted without his knowledge or consent.

Connecticut General Statutes 21a-245 - Manufacture, sale, administering of restricted substances regulatedChapter 420b Table of ContentsConnecticut General Statutes 21a-247 - Qualifications of applicant for license

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Connecticut Laws: Drugs and Alcohol

Connecticut General Statutes > Title 21a > Chapter 419 - Retail Drug Control Act
Connecticut General Statutes > Title 21a > Chapter 420b - Dependency-Producing Drugs
Connecticut General Statutes > Title 21a > Chapter 420c - Controlled Substance Registration

U.S. Code Provisions: Drugs and Alcohol

U.S. Code > Title 20 > Chapter 7 - Instruction As To Nature And Effect Of Alcoholic Drinks And Narcotics
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 13 - Drug Abuse Prevention And Control
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 20 - National Drug Control Program
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 22 - National Drug Control Policy
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 24 - International Narcotics Trafficking
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 25 - Miscellaneous Anti-Drug Abuse Provisions
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 46 > Subchapter XII-C - Rural Drug Enforcement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 124 - Public Housing Drug Elimination
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 136 > Subchapter IV - Drug Control

Federal Regulations: Drugs and Alcohol

U.S. Code > Title 20 > Chapter 7 - Instruction As To Nature And Effect Of Alcoholic Drinks And Narcotics
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 13 - Drug Abuse Prevention And Control
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 20 - National Drug Control Program
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 22 - National Drug Control Policy
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 24 - International Narcotics Trafficking
U.S. Code > Title 21 > Chapter 25 - Miscellaneous Anti-Drug Abuse Provisions
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 46 > Subchapter XII-C - Rural Drug Enforcement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 124 - Public Housing Drug Elimination
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 136 > Subchapter IV - Drug Control
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