Maryland Criminal Law Section 5-701
(a)   Sections 5-701 through 5-704 of this subtitle apply to:
(1)   the sale of prescription drugs by a manufacturer, wholesale distributor, retail pharmacist, or jobber to a person not legally qualified or authorized to purchase and hold prescription drugs for use or resale; and
(2)   an authorized provider's assistant who is not licensed to administer prescription drugs.
(b)   A person may not dispense a prescription drug except:
(1)   on an authorized provider's:
(i)   written prescription; or
(ii)   oral prescription that the pharmacist reduces to writing and files; or
(2)   by refilling a written or oral prescription that is authorized:
(i)   by the authorized provider in the original prescription; or
(ii)   by oral direction that the pharmacist reduces to writing and files.
(c)   A person may not dispense a prescription drug by filling or refilling a written or oral prescription of an authorized provider unless the drug bears a label that, in addition to any requirements of the Department or federal law, contains:
(1)   the name and address of the dispenser;
(2)   the serial number and date of the prescription;
(3)   the name of the authorized provider; and
(4)   if stated in the prescription, the name and address of the patient and the directions for use.
(d)   Except as otherwise provided under this title, a person may not:
(1)   manufacture, distribute, or possess with intent to distribute a prescription drug;
(2)   affix a false or counterfeit label to a package, container, or other receptacle containing a prescription drug;
(3)   omit, remove, alter, or obliterate a label or symbol that is required by federal, State, or local law on a prescription drug; or
(4)   obtain or attempt to obtain a prescription drug by:
(i)   fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation;
(ii)   the counterfeiting or altering of a prescription or written order;
(iii)   concealing a material fact;
(iv)   using a false name or address;
(v)   falsely assuming the title of or falsely representing that the person is a manufacturer, distributor, or authorized provider; or
(vi)   making or issuing a false or counterfeit prescription or written order.
(e)   A person who violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to imprisonment not exceeding 2 years or a fine not exceeding $1,000 or both.