KENTUCKYPHARMACYLAWSKentucky Board of PharmacyState Office Building Annex, Suite 300125 Holmes StreetFrankfort KY 40601Phone 502-564-7910 Fax 502-696-3806UNOFFICIAL TEXT OF STATUTES AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONSFOR INFORMATION ONLYREVISED NOVEMBER 2013
TABLE OF CONTENTSKENTUCKY PHARMACY STATUTES AND REGULATIONSChapter 315Pharmacists and PharmaciesTitle 201, Chapter 2Kentucky Administrative RegulationsChapter 217Food, Drugs and Poisons . . 113[Pharmacy Related sections only] . 1 . . . 43INFORMATION REFERENCE PAGESChapter 218AControlled Substances: List of Sections . . 145KAR Chapter 55Controlled Substances: List of Sections . . 148Copies of the Kentucky Controlled Substance Act [Chapter 218A and 902 KAR 55] may beobtained from:Drug Enforcement BranchCabinet for Health and Family Services275 East Main Street, 5EDFrankfort, KY 40621Phone  564-2815Title 21Code of Federal Regulations: List of sections[1306, 1307 & 1308] . . 149Copies of the Code of Federal Regulations may be obtained from:Federal Controlled Substance RegulationsUS Government Printing OfficeSuperintendent of Documents - Attn: New OrdersPO Box 979050Saint Louis, MO 63197Phone  512-1803Selected Statutes, Regulations and Policies:Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure: 201 KAR 9:016 . .Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure: KRS 311.560 . Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners: KRS 320.240 .Kentucky Board of Nursing: KRS 314.011 . . .Kentucky Board of Nursing: KRS 314.042 . .Kentucky Board of Nursing: 201 KAR 20:059 . . . .Kentucky Board of Pharmacy: Generic Drug Labeling . 151154155158162164165
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KENTUCKY REVISED STATUTES - CHAPTER ions of public policy -- Construction of chapter.Purpose of chapter.Definitions for chapter.Only pharmacists to supervise manufacturing of pharmaceuticals or practicepharmacy -- Exceptions -- Persons employed to assist practice of pharmacy after4/1/2009, to be registered pharmacy technicians or exempt under KRS 315.135.Permit required -- License required to represent oneself as pharmacist -Registration required to represent oneself as pharmacy technician.Permit required for operation of a pharmacy -- Application -- Fee -- Issuance -Fee for failure to renew -- Premises covered by permit -- Rules and regulations -Requirements for in-state pharmacy doing business through the Internet -Board may waive permit requirements for out-of-state pharmacy -- Temporaryoperation of pharmacy during state of emergency.Out-of-state pharmacy -- Permit -- Requests for information -- Records -- Tollfree telephone service -- Pharmacist on duty -- Requirements for out-of-statepharmacy doing business through the Internet.Permit to be acquired by manufacturer -- Fee -- Records required -- Report -Exception.Exceptions to chapter.Qualifications of applicant for licensure -- Examination -- Standards forinternship -- Certificate of internship.Examination fee.Continuing education requirements.License expiration date -- Renewal fee -- Application and requirements -Certificate -- Display -- Pocket certificate.Renewal fees suspended for persons in Armed Forces.Notification of failure to renew license -- Procedure for renewal of expiredlicense -- Renewal after lapse of five or more years -- Inactive license.Grounds for acting against licensee -- Notification to board of convictionrequired -- Petition for reinstatement -- Expungement.Mental or physical examination ordered by board -- Effect of failure to submit toexamination.Pharmacist recovery network committee -- Administrative regulations -Assessment -- Confidentiality -- Reporting restrictions.Proceedings before fine, probation, suspension, revocation of license, permit, orcertificate -- Appeals -- Emergency suspension prior to disciplinary hearing.Registration as pharmacy technician required to assist in the practice ofpharmacy – Exemptions.Requirements for registration as pharmacy technician.Denial of application for registration as pharmacy technician -- Hearing.Renewal of registration as pharmacy technician -- Display of registrationcertificate.Board membership -- Appointment -- Term -- Vacancy -- Oath -- Quorum.Removal of board members.Election of officers -- Executive director -- Meetings.Compensation of board members and executive director.Executive director to keep record of persons issued licenses, permits orcertificates.Powers and duties of board -- Advisory council.Board of Pharmacy not to prohibit sale and dispensing of laetrile.Board members' immunity for official acts.Agency fund -- Use.For whom prescriptions to be refilled.Notification of immunization to minor's primary care provider.RETURN TO TABLE OF CONTENTS
15.320315.325315.330315.335Reciprocity.Powers of representatives of board.Restraint of violations -- Legal representation.Attorney General's jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute violators ofpharmacy laws.Automated pharmacy system in residential hospice facilities.Placement of drugs by pharmacy with authorized employees of home healthagencies and hospices -- Protocol -- Allowable legend drugs -- Administrativeregulations.Duty of treating pharmacist utilizing telehealth to ensure patient's informedconsent and maintain confidentiality -- Board to promulgate administrativeregulations -- Definition of "telehealth".Illegal operation of out-of-state pharmacy -- Exemption for lapsed license orpermit -- Penalty -- Exceptions from section.Exemption from pharmacy licensing requirements for common carrierstransporting drugs.Seizure and forfeiture of illegal drug shipments.Reporting of robbery, theft, or missing shipment of controlled substances.Distribution of Prescription .412Definitions for KRS 315.400 to 315.412.Licensure of wholesale distributors of prescription drugs -- Record retention -Administrative regulations -- Confidentiality.Returns or exchanges of prescription drugs.Prescription drug pedigree for drugs leaving normal distribution channel -Administrative regulations.Electronic track and trace system.Order to cease distribution of prescription drugs -- Hearing.Penalties for violation of KRS 315.400 to 315.410.Emergency Authority for Pharmacists315.500315.505Emergency authority for pharmacists during state of emergency -- Executiveorder -- Time limit -- Actions authorized -- Extension.Administrative regulations to effectuate authority granted in KRS 315.500(1).Home Medical Equipment and Services Provider Licensure Act315.510315.512315.514315.522315.524Short title.Definitions for KRS 315.510 to 315.524.License required to provide or hold oneself out as providing home medicalequipment and services -- Exemptions.Legend or order from health care practitioner required.Application for license -- Fee -- Record retention -- Administrative regulations -Confidentiality.Issuance and renewal of licenses -- Separate license required for each location -Display of license -- Transfer of license prohibited.Reciprocity with bordering states.Providing home medical equipment and services without license -- ltiesRETURN TO TABLE OF CONTENTS
315.002 Declarations of public policy -- Construction of chapter.The practice of pharmacy within the Commonwealth is declared to be a professionalpractice affecting the public health, safety, and welfare, and is subject to regulation andcontrol in the public interest. It is further declared to be a matter of public interest andconcern that the practice of pharmacy, as defined in this chapter, should merit and receivethe confidence of the public, and only qualified persons shall be permitted to engage in thepractice of pharmacy and ensure the quality of drugs and related devices distributed withinthe Commonwealth. This chapter shall be liberally construed to carry out these objectivesand purposes. The persons entrusted through this chapter to engage in the practice ofpharmacy shall be pharmacists. They shall be recognized by the Commonwealth as healthcare professionals, and, within their statutory scope of practice, providers of pharmacyrelated primary care.Effective: July 15, 1996History: Created 1996 Ky. Acts ch. 257, sec. 1, effective July 15, 1996.315.005 Purpose of chapter.The purpose of this chapter is to promote, preserve, and protect public health, safety, andwelfare by and through effective control and regulation of the practice of pharmacy; thelicensure of pharmacists; the licensure, control, and regulation of all sites or persons whoare required to obtain a license, certificate, or permit from the Board of Pharmacy, whetherlocated in or outside the Commonwealth, that distribute, manufacture, or sell drugs withinthe Commonwealth.Effective: July 15, 2008History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 148, sec. 6, effective July 15, 2008. -- Created 1996 Ky. Acts ch. 257, sec. 2, effective July 15,1996.315.010 Definitions for chapter.As used in this chapter, unless the context requires otherwise:(1) "Administer" means the direct application of a drug to a patient or research subject byinjection, inhalation, or ingestion, whether topically or by any other means;(2) "Association" means the Kentucky Pharmacists Association;(3) "Board" means the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy;(4) "Collaborative care agreement" means a written agreement between a specificallyidentified individual practitioner and a pharmacist who is specifically identified, whereby thepractitioner outlines a plan of cooperative management of a specifically identified individualpatient's drug-related health care needs that fall within the practitioner's statutory scope ofpractice. The agreement shall be limited to specification of the drug-related regimen to beprovided and any tests which may be necessarily incident to its provisions; stipulatedconditions for initiating, continuing, or discontinuing drug therapy; directions concerningthe monitoring of drug therapy and stipulated conditions which warrant modifications todose, dosage regimen, dosage form, or route of administration;(5) "Compound" or "compounding" means the preparation or labeling of a drug pursuant toor in anticipation of a valid prescription drug order including, but not limited to, packaging,intravenous admixture or manual combination of drug ingredients. "Compounding," as usedin this chapter, shall not preclude simple reconstitution, mixing, or modification of drug1
products prior to administration by nonpharmacists;(6) "Confidential information" means information which is accessed or maintained by apharmacist in a patient's record, or communicated to a patient as part of patient counseling,whether it is preserved on paper, microfilm, magnetic media, electronic media, or any otherform;(7) "Continuing education unit" means ten (10) contact hours of board approved continuingpharmacy education. A "contact hour" means fifty (50) continuous minutes without a breakperiod;(8) "Dispense" or "dispensing" means to deliver one (1) or more doses of a prescription drugin a suitable container, appropriately labeled for subsequent administration to or use by apatient or other individual entitled to receive the prescription drug;(9) "Drug" means any of the following:(a) Articles recognized as drugs or drug products in any official compendium orsupplement thereto;(b) Articles, other than food, intended to affect the structure or function of the bodyof man or other animals;(c) Articles, including radioactive substances, intended for use in the diagnosis, cure,mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease in man or other animals; or(d) Articles intended for use as a component of any articles specified in paragraphs(a) to (c) of this subsection;(10) "Drug regimen review" means retrospective, concurrent, and prospective review by apharmacist of a patient's drug-related history, including but not limited to the followingareas:(a) Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records for:1. Known allergies;2. Rational therapy contraindications;3. Appropriate dose and route of administration;4. Appropriate directions for use; or5. Duplicative therapies.(b) Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records for drug-drug, drugfood, drug-disease, and drug-clinical laboratory interactions;(c) Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records for adverse drugreactions; or(d) Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records for proper utilizationand optimal therapeutic outcomes;(11) "Immediate supervision" means under the physical and visual supervision of apharmacist;(12) "Manufacturer" means any person, except a pharmacist compounding in the normalcourse of professional practice, within the Commonwealth engaged in the commercialproduction, preparation, propagation, compounding, conversion, or processing of a drug,either directly or indirectly, by extraction from substances of natural origin or independently2
by means of chemical synthesis, or both, and includes any packaging or repackaging of adrug or the labeling or relabeling of its container;(13) "Medical order" means a lawful order of a specifically identified practitioner for aspecifically identified patient for the patient's health care needs. "Medical order" may ormay not include a prescription drug order;(14) "Nonprescription drugs" means nonnarcotic medicines or drugs which may be soldwithout a prescription and are prepackaged and labeled for use by the consumer inaccordance with the requirements of the statutes and regulations of this state and thefederal government;(15) "Pharmacist" means a natural person licensed by this state to engage in the practice ofthe profession of pharmacy;(16) "Pharmacist intern" means a natural person who is:(a) Currently certified by the board to engage in the practice of pharmacy under thedirection of a licensed pharmacist and who satisfactorily progresses toward meetingthe requirements for licensure as a pharmacist;(b) A graduate of an approved college or school of pharmacy or a graduate who hasestablished educational equivalency by obtaining a Foreign Pharmacy GraduateExamination Committee (FPGEC) certificate, who is currently licensed by the boardfor the purpose of obtaining practical experience as a requirement for licensure as apharmacist;(c) A qualified applicant awaiting examination for licensure as a pharmacist or theresults of an examination for licensure as a pharmacist; or(d) An individual participating in a residency or fellowship program approved by theboard for internship credit;(17) "Pharmacy" means every place where:(a) Drugs are dispensed under the direction of a pharmacist;(b) Prescription drug orders are compounded under the direction of a pharmacist; or(c) A registered pharmacist maintains patient records and other information for thepurpose of engaging in the practice of pharmacy, whether or not prescription drugorders are being dispensed;(18) "Pharmacy technician" means a natural person who works under the immediatesupervision, or general supervision if otherwise provided for by statute or administrativeregulation, of a pharmacist for the purpose of assisting a pharmacist with the practice ofpharmacy;(19) "Practice of pharmacy" means interpretation, evaluation, and implementation ofmedical orders and prescription drug orders; responsibility for dispensing prescription drugorders, including radioactive substances; participation in drug and drug-related deviceselection; administration of medications or biologics in the course of dispensing ormaintaining a prescription drug order; the administration of adult immunizations pursuantto prescriber-approved protocols; the administration of influenza vaccines to individualsnine (9) to thirteen (13) years of age pursuant to prescriber-approved protocols with the3
consent of a parent or guardian; the administration of immunizations to individualsfourteen (14) to seventeen (17) years of age pursuant to prescriber-approved protocols withthe consent of a parent or guardian; the administration of immunizations to a child asdefined in KRS 214.032, pursuant to protocols as authorized by KRS 315.500; drugevaluation, utilization, or regimen review; maintenance of patient pharmacy records; andprovision of patient counseling and those professional acts, professional decisions, orprofessional services necessary to maintain and manage all areas of a patient's pharmacyrelated care, including pharmacy-related primary care as defined in this section;(20) "Practitioner" has the same meaning given in KRS 217.015(35);(21) "Prescription drug" means a drug which:(a) Under federal law is required to be labeled with either of the followingstatements:1. "Caution: Federal law prohibits dispensing without prescription";2. "Caution: Federal law restricts this drug to use by, or on the order of, alicensed veterinarian";3. "Rx Only"; or4. "Rx"; or(b) Is required by any applicable federal or state law or administrative regulation tobe dispensed only pursuant to a prescription drug order or is restricted to use bypractitioners;(22) "Prescription drug order" means an original or new order from a practitioner for drugs,drug-related devices or treatment for a human or animal, including orders issued throughcollaborative care agreements. Lawful prescriptions result from a valid practitioner-patientrelationship, are intended to address a legitimate medical need, and fall within theprescribing practitioner's scope of professional practice;(23) "Pharmacy-related primary care" means the pharmacists' activities in patienteducation, health promotion, assistance in the selection and use of over-the-counter drugsand appliances for the treatment of common diseases and injuries as well as those otheractivities falling within their statutory scope of practice;(24) "Society" means the Kentucky Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists;(25) "Supervision" means the presence of a pharmacist on the premises to which apharmacy permit is issued, who is responsible, in whole or in part, for the professionalactivities occurring in the pharmacy; and(26) "Wholesaler" means any person who legally buys drugs for resale or distribution topersons other than patients or consumers.Effective: June 8, 2011History: Amended 2011 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 1, effective June 8, 2011. -- Amended 2010 Ky. Acts ch. 22, sec. 5, effective July 15,2010; and ch. 37, sec. 1, effective July 15, 2010. -- Amended 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 124, sec. 8, effective June 26, 2007. -- Amended 2005Ky. Acts ch. 150, sec. 18, effective June 20, 2005. -- Amended 2004 Ky. Acts ch. 10, sec. 1, effective July 13, 2004. -- Amended 1998Ky. Acts ch. 297, sec. 4, effective July 15, 1998; ch. 301, sec. 27, effective July 15, 1998; and ch. 531, sec. 3, effective July 15, 1998. -Amended 1996 Ky. Acts ch. 257, sec. 3, effective July 15, 1996. -- Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 191, sec. 1, effective July 15, 1982. -Amended 1970 Ky. Acts ch. 221, sec. 1. -- Created 1960 Ky. Acts ch. 234, sec. 1.Legislative Research Commission Note (7/13/2004). 2004 Ky. Acts ch. 10, sec. 2, states that 2004 Ky. Acts ch. 10, sec. 1, whichamends this section, shall be known as the Robert L. Barnett, Jr. R. Ph. Act.4
Legislative Research Commission Note (7/15/98). This section was amended by 1998 Ky. Acts chs. 297, 301, and 531 which do notappear to be in conflict and have been codified together. It is clear that the intent of both 1998 Ky. Acts ch. 297, sec. 4, and ch. 301,sec. 27, was to change the subsection reference in KRS 217.015 for the definition of practitioner. In codifying these Acts, that resulthas been effectuated. KRS 7.136(1)(e).315.020 Only pharmacists to supervise manufacturing of pharmaceuticals or practicepharmacy -- Exceptions -- Persons employed to assist practice of pharmacy after April 1,2009, to be registered pharmacy technicians or exempt under KRS 315.135.(1) No owner of a pharmacy who is not a pharmacist shall fail to place a pharmacist incharge of his pharmacy or shall permit any person to compound or dispense prescriptiondrugs, medicines, or pharmaceuticals in his place of business except in the presence andunder the immediate supervision of a pharmacist.(2) No manufacturer of pharmaceuticals who is not a pharmacist shall fail to place apharmacist in charge of his place of business or shall permit any person to compoundprescription drugs, medicines, or pharmaceuticals in his place of business, except asprovided by the board through the promulgation of administrative regulations pursuant toKRS Chapter 13A.(3) Except as provided in subsection (4) of this section, no person shall engage in thepractice of pharmacy unless licensed to practice under the provisions of KRS Chapter 315.(4) The provisions of subsection (3) of this section shall not apply to:(a) Pharmacist interns performing professional practice activities under theimmediate supervision of a licensed pharmacist. The nature and scope of theactivities referred to in this paragraph shall be determined by the board throughadministrative regulation promulgated pursuant to KRS Chapter 13A;(b) Pharmacist interns and pharmacy technicians performing specifically identifiedpharmacy practice activities while under the supervision of a pharmacist. The natureand scope of the activities referred to in this paragraph shall be determined by theboard through administrative regulation promulgated pursuant to KRS Chapter 13A;(c) Other licensed health care professionals practicing within the statutory scope oftheir professional practices; or(d) Volunteer health practitioners providing services under KRS 39A.350 to 39A.366.(5) Effective April 1, 2009, an owner of a pharmacy shall not employ a person to assist in thepractice of pharmacy unless the person is registered as a pharmacy technician by the boardor exempt under KRS 315.135.Effective: July 15, 2008History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 148, sec. 7, effective July 15, 2008. -- Amended 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 96, sec. 15, effective June 26,2007. -- Amended 1996 Ky. Acts ch. 257, sec. 4, effective July 15, 1996. -- Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 191, sec. 2, effective July 15,1982. -- Amended 1970 Ky. Acts ch. 221, sec. 2. -- Recodified 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 208, sec. 1, effective October 1, 1942, from Ky. Stat.secs. 2619, 2620, 2628, 2631.315.030 Permit required -- License required to represent oneself as pharmacist -Registration required to represent oneself as pharmacy technician.(1) No person shall take, use or exhibit the title of drug, drug store, pharmacy or apothecary,or any combination of such names or titles, or any title, name or description of like import,or any form designed to take the place of such a title, or use any place with respect to whichany of those terms are used in any advertisement or telephone directory listing, unless the5
facility has been issued a permit by the board.(2) No person shall call himself or hold himself out as or use the title of "pharmacist,""registered pharmacist," "licensed pharmacist," "druggist," or use the initials "R.Ph." orterms which would imply that he is a pharmacist, unless he is duly licensed under theprovisions of KRS Chapter 315.(3) Effective April 1, 2009, a person shall not call himself or herself or hold himself or herselfout as a or use the title of "pharmacy technician" unless the person is duly registered underKRS 315.136 or 315.138.Effective: July 15, 2008History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 148, sec. 9, effective July 15, 2008. -- Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 191, sec. 3, effective July 15,1982. -- Amended 1970 Ky. Acts ch. 221, sec. 3. -- Recodified 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 208, sec. 1, effective October 1, 1942, from Ky. Stat.sec. 1376t.315.035 Permit required for operation of a pharmacy -- Application -- Fee -- Issuance -- Feefor failure to renew -- Premises covered by permit -- Rules and regulations -Requirements for in-state pharmacy doing business through the Internet -- Board maywaive permit requirements for out-of-state pharmacy -- Temporary operation ofpharmacy during state of emergency.(1) No person shall operate a pharmacy within this Commonwealth, physically or by meansof the Internet, facsimile, phone, mail, or any other means, without having first obtained apermit as provided for in KRS Chapter 315. An application for a permit to operate apharmacy shall be made to the board upon forms provided by it and shall contain suchinformation as the board requires, which may include affirmative evidence of ability tocomply with such reasonable standards and rules and regulations as may be prescribed bythe board. Each application shall be accompanied by a reasonable permit fee to be set byadministrative regulation promulgated by the board pursuant to KRS Chapter 13A, not toexceed two hundred fifty dollars ( 250).(2) Upon receipt of an application of a permit to operate a pharmacy, accompanied by thepermit fee not to exceed two hundred fifty dollars ( 250), the board shall issue a permit ifthe pharmacy meets the standards and requirements of KRS Chapter 315 and the rules andregulations of the board. The board shall refuse to renew any permit to operate unless thepharmacy meets the standards and requirements of KRS Chapter 315 and the rules andregulations of the board. The board shall act upon an application for a permit to operatewithin thirty (30) days after the receipt thereof; provided, however, that the board mayissue a temporary permit to operate in any instance where it considers additional timenecessary for investigation and consideration before taking final action upon theapplication. In such event, the temporary permit shall be valid for a period of thirty (30)days, unless extended.(3) A separate permit to operate shall be required for each pharmacy.(4) Each permit to operate a pharmacy, unless sooner suspended or revoked, shall expire onJune 30 following its date of issuance and be renewable annually thereafter upon properapplication accompanied by such reasonable renewal fee as may be set by administrativeregulation of the board, not to exceed two hundred fifty dollars ( 250) nor to increase morethan twenty-five dollars ( 25) per year. An additional fee not to exceed the annual renewal6
fee may be assessed and set by administrative regulation as a delinquent renewal penaltyfor failure to renew by June 30 of each year.(5) Permits to operate shall be issued only for the premises and persons named in theapplication and shall not be transferable; provided however, that a buyer may operate thepharmacy under the permit of the seller pending a decision by the board of an applicationwhich shall be filed by the buyer with the board at least five (5) days prior to the date ofsale.(6) The board may promulgate rules and regulations to assure that proper equipment andreference material is on hand considering the nature of the pharmaceutical practiceconducted at the particular pharmacy and to assure reasonable health and sanitationstandards for areas within pharmacies which are not subject to health and sanitationstandards promulgated by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services or a localhealth department.(7) Each pharmacy shall comply with KRS 218A.202.(8) Any pharmacy within the Commonwealth that dispenses more than twenty-five percent(25%) of its total prescription volume as a result of an original prescription order received orsolicited by use of the Internet, including but not limited to electronic mail, shall, prior toobtaining a permit, receive and display in every medium in which it advertises itself a seal ofapproval for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy certifying that it is a VerifiedInternet Pharmacy Practice Site (VIPPS) or a seal certifying approval of a substantially similarprogram approved by the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy. VIPPS, or any other substantiallysimilar program approved by the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy, accreditation shall bemaintained and remain current.(9) Any pharmacy within the Commonwealth doing business by use of the Internet shallcertify the percentage of its annual business conducted via the Internet and submit suchsupporting documentation as requested by the board, and in a form or application requiredby the board, when it applies for permit or renewal.(10) A pharmacist may temporarily operate a pharmacy in an area not designated on thepermit as authorized in KRS 315.500.Effective: July 15, 2010History: Amended 2010 Ky. Acts ch. 22, sec. 6, effective July 15, 2010. -- Amended 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 124, sec. 9, effective June 26,2007. -- Amended 2005 Ky. Acts ch. 150, sec. 19, effective June 20, 2005; ch. 61, sec. 1, effective June 20, 2005; and ch. 99, sec. 597,effective June 20, 2005. -- Amended 1998 Ky. Acts ch. 426, sec. 548, effective July 15, 1998. -- Amended 1996 Ky. Acts ch. 257, sec. 5,effective July 15, 1996. -- Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 191, sec. 4, effective July 15, 1982. -- Amended 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 310, sec. 1. -Created 1966 Ky. Acts ch. 260, sec. 6.315.0351 Out-of-state pharmacy -- Permit -- Requests for information -- Records -- Tollfree telephone service -- Pharmacist on duty -- Requirements for out-of-state pharmacydoing business through the Internet.(1) Every person or pharmacy located outside this Commonwealth which does business,physically or by means of the Internet, facsimile, phone, m
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