Contents (2008 - 392)
Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Regulation 2008
112 Entries in drug registers
(1) On the day on which a person manufactures, receives, supplies, administers or uses a drug of addiction at any place, the person must enter in the drug register for that place such of the following details as are relevant to the transaction:(a) the quantity of the drug manufactured, received, supplied, administered or used,(b) the name and address of the person to, from, or by, whom the drug was manufactured, received, supplied, administered or used,(c) in the case of a drug that has been administered to an animal or supplied for the treatment of an animal, the species of animal and the name and address of the animal’s owner,(d) in the case of a drug that is supplied or administered on prescription:(i) the prescription reference number, and(ii) the name of the authorised practitioner by whom the prescription was issued,(e) in the case of a drug that has been administered to a patient, the name of the authorised practitioner (other than a veterinary practitioner) by whom, or under whose direct personal supervision, the drug was administered,(f) in the case of a drug that has been administered to an animal, the name of the veterinary practitioner by whom, or under whose direct personal supervision, the drug was administered,(g) in the case of a drug that has been administered by a person authorised to do so by an authority under Part 8, details of the circumstances requiring administration of the drug,(h) in the case of a drug that has been used by a person who is in charge of a laboratory, or is an analyst, the purpose for which the drug was used,(i) the quantity of drugs of addiction of that kind held at that place after the transaction takes place,(j) any other details approved by the Director-General.(2) Each entry in a drug register must be dated and signed by the person by whom it is made.(3) The Director-General may, by order in writing, exempt any person or drug of addiction, or any class of persons or drugs of addiction, from any or all of the requirements of this clause.(4) Such an exemption may be given unconditionally or subject to conditions.Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months, or both.