2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 26: Drugs and Cosmetics
Article 1: General Provisions, 26-1-1 through 26-1-26
- Section 26-1-1: Short title.
- Section 26-1-2: Definitions.
- Section 26-1-3: Prohibited acts.
- Section 26-1-3.1: Repealed.
- Section 26-1-3.2: Prescription drug donation.
- Section 26-1-4: Power to enjoin violations.
- Section 26-1-5: Penalty; exemptions.
- Section 26-1-6: Detection of drugs, devices or cosmetic believed adulterated, misbranded or counterfeit; condemnation; destruction or correction of defect; forfeiture and sale.
- Section 26-1-7: Attorney general or district attorney to institute prosecutions.
- Section 26-1-8: Minor violations of act; warnings authorized.
- Section 26-1-9: Addition of poisonous or deleterious substances; color additives.
- Section 26-1-10: Drug or device adulteration.
- Section 26-1-11: Drug or device; misbranding.
- Section 26-1-12: False advertising.
- Section 26-1-13: Packaging and labeling requirements; proprietary preparations.
- Section 26-1-14: New drugs; prerequisites to sale, delivery or giving away; exceptions.
- Section 26-1-15: Dangerous drugs; veterinary use; limitations.
- Section 26-1-16: Dangerous drugs; conditions for sale; prescription refilling; limitations.
- Section 26-1-17: Testing laboratory.
- Section 26-1-18: Promulgating regulations; procedure.
- Section 26-1-19: Power to make inspections and secure samples.
- Section 26-1-20: Personnel.
- Section 26-1-21: Power of board to publish reports and disseminate information.
- Section 26-1-22: Unlawful means of obtaining dangerous drugs enumerated.
- Section 26-1-23: False statements; false pretenses; forgery of labels or prescriptions prohibited.
- Section 26-1-24: Cosmetics; misbranding.
- Section 26-1-25: Cosmetics; adulteration.
- Section 26-1-26: Penalties.
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