2021 New York Laws
PBH - Public Health
Article 33 - Controlled Substances
Title 4 - Dispensing to Ultimate Users
3341 - Institutional Dispensers Certificates of Approval.

Universal Citation: NY Pub Health L § 3341 (2021)
§  3341.  Institutional  dispensers  certificates of approval.   1. No
institutional dispenser as herein before defined, shall receive, possess
or cause controlled substances to be administered or  dispensed  without
first  having  been  issued  a  certificate of approval authorizing such
activity by the commissioner.
  2. Upon application of an institutional dispenser for a certificate of
approval, the  commissioner  shall  issue  such  certificate  if  he  is
satisfied that:

(a) the applicant and its managing officers are of good moral character;

(b) the applicant possesses the necessary land, building, paraphernalia and staff to properly carry on the activities described in the application;

(c) the applicant will be able to maintain effective control against diversion of controlled substances; and

(d) the applicant will be able to comply with all applicable state and federal laws. 3. Institutional dispensers to whom such certificates have been issued shall thereafter register biennially with the department. The fee for such certificate and for each biennial registration shall be one hundred dollars. 4. Certificates and registrations issued under this section shall be effective only for and shall specify:

(a) the name and address of the institutional dispenser;

(b) the nature of the controlled substance, or substances, either by name or schedule, or both, for which the certificate or registration is issued.

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