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NCJ Number: 157439 Find in a Library
Title: Drug and Narcotic Codes 1995, Abridged California Edition
Corporate Author: LawTech Publishing Co., LTD
United States of America
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 168
Sponsoring Agency: LawTech Publishing Co., LTD
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Publication Number: ISBN 0-915905-42-6
Sale Source: LawTech Publishing Co., LTD
31921 Camino Capistrano
Suite 152
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
United States of America
Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This book contains provisions from the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act as found in the California Health and Safety Code, as well as provisions from other codes that pertain to the control and regulation of drugs in California.
Abstract: The Uniform Controlled Substances Act has provisions that pertain to drug regulation and control, drug prescriptions, the use of controlled substances, drug offenses and penalties, analogs, the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement, seizure and disposition, the collection and disposition of fines, and the control of users of controlled substances. Other provisions of the act relate to educational programs and the clandestine laboratory enforcement program. Another part of the Health and Safety Code pertinent to drugs is the Imitation Controlled Substances Act. This act addresses products that are designed or manufactured to resemble the physical appearance of a controlled substance. A section on miscellaneous health and safety provisions pertains to the State's regulation of the disposition of any hazardous substance that is an illegal controlled substance or is used in the manufacture of such a substance. Other drug-related laws are presented from the Business and Professions Code, the Penal Code, the Vehicle Code, and the Welfare and Institutions Code. A subject index
Main Term(s): Drug laws
Index Term(s): California; Drug law offenses; State laws
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