2010 Maryland Code
HEALTH - GENERAL
TITLE 21 - FOOD, DRUGS, AND COSMETICS
Subtitle 2 - Maryland Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
PART I. Definitions; Scope and Application of Provisions.
- Section 21-201 - Definitions.
- Section 21-202 - Scope of subtitle.
- Section 21-203 - Application of label requirements to outside container or wrapper.
- Section 21-204 - Construction of representations that drug is antiseptic.
- Section 21-205 - Imputation of act or omission.
- Section 21-206 - [Reserved].
PART II. Food.
- Section 21-207 - Adulterated food - In general.
- Section 21-208 - Adulterated food - Food components.
- Section 21-209 - Adulterated food - Confectionary products.
- Section 21-210 - Misbranded food.
- Section 21-211 - Control of food subject to contamination with microorganisms.
- Section 21-212 - Exemptions from labeling requirements for foods subject to additional processing, labeling, or packing.
- Section 21-213 - Special dietary use rules and regulations.
- Section 21-214 - , 21-215. [Reserved].
PART III. Drugs and Devices.
- Section 21-216 - Adulterated drugs and devices.
- Section 21-217 - Misbranded drugs and devices - In general.
- Section 21-218 - Additional grounds of drug misbranding.
- Section 21-219 - Exemptions from labeling and packaging requirements for drugs and devices subject to additional processing, labeling, or packing.
- Section 21-220 - Prescription requirements.
- Section 21-221 - Label requirements for prescription drugs; exemption from provisions on misbranded drugs.
- Section 21-222 - Construction of §§ 21-220 and 21-221.
- Section 21-223 - New drugs - In general.
- Section 21-224 - New drugs - Exemption when intended for investigational use only.
- Section 21-225 - New drugs - Inspection of records.
- Section 21-226 - Printed information for use of practitioners.
- Section 21-227 - Provision of information on request of Secretary.
- Section 21-228 - , 21-229. [Reserved].
PART IV. Cosmetics.
- Section 21-230 - Adulterated cosmetics.
- Section 21-231 - Misbranded cosmetics.
- Section 21-232 - , 21-233. [Reserved].
PART V. State and Federal Rules and Regulations; Administrative Procedures.
- Section 21-234 - General rules and regulations; application of Administrative Procedure Act.
- Section 21-235 - Conformance of State rules and regulations; federal rules and regulations.
- Section 21-236 - Application of Administrative Procedure Act to hearing.
- Section 21-237 - Definitions and standards of identity and quality.
- Section 21-238 - Authorization by permit of exceptions to definitions and standards.
- Section 21-239 - Authorization for the use of added poisonous or otherwise deleterious substances, food additives, and color additives.
- Section 21-240 - Effective date and protest of rules and regulations proposed by Secretary.
- Section 21-241 - Effective date and protest of State adopted federal rules and regulations.
- Section 21-242 - Hearings on protests of rules or regulations.
- Section 21-243 - Orders after rule or regulation protest hearings.
- Section 21-244 - Copies of statutes; collecting and disseminating information.
- Section 21-245 - , 21-246. [Reserved].
PART VI. Enforcement of Subtitle; Prohibited Acts.
- Section 21-247 - False advertising.
- Section 21-248 - Particular representations regarding drugs and devices considered false advertisements.
- Section 21-249 - General powers to inspect; taking of samples.
- Section 21-250 - Inspection of records of carriers; use of evidence against carrier prohibited; carriers' exclusion from other sections.
- Section 21-251 - Analysis of samples.
- Section 21-252 - Injunctive actions.
- Section 21-253 - Detainment and destruction of articles.
- Section 21-254 - Action against food that poses immediate threat.
- Section 21-255 - Reporting of criminal violations.
- Section 21-256 - Prohibited acts - General provisions.
- Section 21-257 - Violation of label and packaging requirements for consumer commodities.
- Section 21-258 - Prohibited acts - Drugs and devices.
- Section 21-259 - Prohibited acts - False reports; misuse of information.
- Section 21-259.1 - Prohibited acts - Opening closed food container.
- Section 21-260 - Defenses to alleged violations; burden of proof.
- Section 21-261 - Abatement orders.
- Section 21-262 - [Reserved].
PART VII. Short Title.
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