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217.002 Individuals exempt from application of chapter.
217.005 Citation of KRS 217.005 to 217.215.
217.006 Applicability of definitions in KRS 516.010 to KRS 217.207, 217.208, and 217.209.
217.007 Applicability of penalties in KRS Chapter 506 to KRS 217.005 to 217.215
217.010 Repealed, 1960.
217.015 Definitions for KRS 217.005 to 217.215.
217.020 Repealed, 1960.
217.025 When food deemed adulterated.
217.030 Repealed, 1960.
217.035 When food deemed misbranded.
217.037 Fair packaging and labeling.
217.040 Repealed, 1960.
217.045 Unsafe food additives.
217.050 Repealed, 1960.
217.055 When drug deemed adulterated.
217.060 Repealed, 1960.
217.065 When drug or device deemed misbranded.
217.070 Repealed, 1960.
217.075 Restrictions on handling of new drugs.
217.080 Repealed, 1960.
217.085 When cosmetic deemed adulterated.
217.090 Repealed, 1960.
217.095 When cosmetic deemed misbranded.
217.100 Repealed, 1960.
217.105 When advertising deemed false.
217.110 Repealed, 1960.
217.115 Detention or quarantine of articles that violate KRS 217.005 to 217.215.
217.120 Repealed, 1960.
217.125 Authority of secretary and cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations — Permits required for food establishment, service, processing, storage, and distribution operations — Fees.
217.1255 Prohibition against requiring permit for or inspecting warehouses containing alcoholic beverages.
217.126 Denial, suspension, or revocation of permit.
217.127 Regulations — State retail food code — Donation of food.
217.128 Enforcement of state fire regulations.
217.130 Repealed, 1960.
217.135 Setting food standards by regulation.
217.136 Home-based food processors — Exemption from permit requirement and fair packaging and labeling laws — Production, labeling, and sales of home-processed food products — Inspections.
217.137 Administrative regulations on home-based microprocessors.
217.138 Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service to administer home-based microprocessor program — Certification by cabinet.
217.139 Pilot microprocessing program.
217.140 Repealed, 1960.
217.145 When additives deemed unsafe.
217.150 Repealed, 1960.
217.155 Cabinet's right of inspection and to carry out statutory provisions and regulations through local health departments — Requirement that drug inspector be a pharmacist.
217.160 Repealed, 1960.
217.165 Publication of reports and information.
217.170 Repealed, 1960.
217.175 Prohibited acts.
217.177 Sale and disposal of hypodermic syringes or needles.
217.180 Repealed, 1960.
217.181 Theft of a legend drug.
217.182 Sale, distribution, administration, prescription, or possession of legend drugs — Penalty.
217.184 Enforcement of sections governing legend drugs.
217.185 Duty of local prosecuting attorneys.
217.187 Persons selling less than 150 gallons of honey in a year.
217.190 Repealed, 1960.
217.195 Cabinet is not required to prosecute.
217.200 Repealed, 1960.
217.205 Cabinet's power to enjoin violations.
217.207 Theft, criminal possession, trafficking, or unlawful possession of a prescription blank.
217.208 Forgery of a prescription.
217.209 Criminal possession of a forged prescription.
217.210 Repealed, 1956.
217.214 Seizure of unlawful prescription.
217.215. Pharmacy board's powers as to drugs — Regulations on prescription records and on refilling prescriptions in emergency.
217.216 Prescription blanks to include prescribing practitioner's name, telephone number, and business address.
217.218 Construction of chapter regarding donation of food.
217.220 Repealed, 1956.
217.230 Repealed, 1956.
217.240 Repealed, 1956.
217.241 Repealed, 1972.
217.243 Repealed, 1972.
217.247 Repealed, 1972.
217.250 Repealed, 1956.
217.251 Repealed, 1972.
217.253 Repealed, 1972.
217.257 Repealed, 1972.
217.260 Repealed, 1960.
217.270 Repealed, 1960.
217.271 Repealed, 1960.
217.272 Repealed, 1960.
217.273 Repealed, 1960.
217.274 Repealed, 1960.
217.280 Food establishments to be sanitary.
217.285 Display of choke-saving techniques posters.
217.290 Buildings and equipment to be kept clean, healthful and sanitary — Protection from contamination — Removal of waste.
217.300 Construction requirements of walls, ceilings and floors.
217.310 Doors and screens.
217.320 Toilets and lavatories.
217.330 Conditions deemed a nuisance.
217.340 Repealed, 1972.
217.350 Spitting in food establishment — Employees to wash hands.
217.360 Sleeping in food establishment prohibited.
217.370 Repealed, 1990.
217.380 Enforcement of food establishment law — Abatement of unlawful conditions.
217.390 Adulterated food found in food establishment to be tagged — Disposition.
217.400 Poison defined — Sale restricted — Register to be kept.
217.410 Repealed, 1954.
217.420 Methyl (wood) alcohol for human use — Sale or other disposition prohibited.
217.430 Labeling of wood alcohol.
217.440 Labeling of denatured alcohol.
217.450 Poisonous drug not to be sold to infant.
217.460 Repealed, 1958.
217.461 Repealed, 1968.
217.462 Repealed, 1968.
217.470 Repealed, 1958.
217.471 Repealed, 1968.
217.480 Repealed, 1958.
217.481 Repealed, 1968.
217.490 Repealed, 1958.
217.491 Repealed, 1968.
217.500 Repealed, 1958.
217.501 Repealed, 1968.
217.510 Repealed, 1958.
217.511 Repealed, 1968.
217.520 Repealed, 1958.
217.521 Repealed, 1968.
217.530 Repealed, 1958.
217.531 Repealed, 1968.
217.533 Repealed, 1968.
217.535 Repealed, 1968.
217.540 Repealed, 1974.
217.541 Short title.
217.542 Administration of pesticide control statutes.
217.544 Definitions for chapter.
217.550 Prohibitions relating to distribution of pesticides.
217.556 Repealed, 1974.
217.558 Repealed, 1974.
217.560 Unlawful practices.
217.570 Registration of pesticides — Annual inspection fee — Renewal.
217.572 Registration refusal, cancellation, suspension, and legal recourse — Appeal of order — Notice to EPA.
217.574 Experimental use permits.
217.580 Authority of department.
217.590 Repealed, 1974.
217.600 When penalties not applicable.
217.610 Department to issue “stop sale, use or removal” order — Appeal.
217.620 Seizure of pesticide.
217.625 Pesticide Advisory Board.
217.630 Authority vested in department may be executed by employees of department.
217.640 Jurisdiction vested in department — Repealing clause.
217.650 Citation of KRS 217.650 to 217.710.
217.660 Definitions for KRS 217.650 to 217.710.
217.670 Construction of term “misbranded.”
217.680 Prohibited sales.
217.690 Regulations.
217.700 Duty of cabinet as to misbranded hazardous substance — Procedure — Costs — Bond.
217.710 Notice may be given of intended criminal proceeding.
217.720 Repealed, 1968.
217.721 Repealed, 1972.
217.725 Repealed, 1972.
217.730 Repealed, 1968.
217.731 Repealed, 1972.
217.735 Repealed, 1972.
217.740 Repealed, 1968.
217.741 Repealed, 1972.
217.745 Repealed, 1972.
217.750 Repealed, 1968.
217.751 Repealed, 1972.
217.755 Repealed, 1972.
217.760 Repealed, 1968.
217.761 Repealed. 1972.
217.765 Repealed, 1972.
217.770 Repealed, 1968.
217.771 Repealed, 1972.
217.775 Repealed, 1972.
217.780 Repealed, 1968.
217.781 Repealed, 1972.
217.785 Repealed, 1972.
217.790 Repealed, 1968.
217.800 Repealed, 1972.
217.801 Restrictions on sale and use of paint containing lead — Labeling.
217.803 Repealed, 1972.
217.807 Repealed, 1972.
217.808 Definitions for KRS 217.808 to 217.812.
217.809 Permits for vending machine companies — Expiration date — Regulations.
217.810 Repealed, 1972.
217.811 Application for permit — Fees — Exemptions.
217.812 Fees credited to trust and agency fund — Use of funds.
217.813 Repealed, 1972.
217.814 Definitions for KRS 217.815 to 217.826.
217.815 Practitioner may express professional opinion to patient.
217.816 Label for prescriptions — Exception.
217.817 Repealed, 1972.
217.818 Repealed, 1982.
217.819 Nonequivalent drug product formulary — Distribution and revision.
217.820 Repealed, 1972.
217.821 Judicial review.
217.822 Substitution of equivalent drug — Substitute must be lower in price than prescribed drug — Selection by pharmacist not practice of medicine — Liability of pharmacist — Duty of pharmacist.
217.823 Repealed, 1972.
217.824 Repealed, 1982.
217.825 Legislative intent.
217.826 Basis for reimbursement when substitution forbidden.
217.827 Repealed, 1972.
217.830 Pharmacy required to post sign concerning dispensing of lowest priced generic drug.
217.833 Repealed, 1972.
217.837 Repealed, 1972.
217.840 Repealed, 1972.
217.843 Repealed, 1972.
217.847 Repealed, 1972.
217.850 Repealed, 1972.
217.853 Repealed, 1972.
217.857 Repealed, 1972.
217.860 Repealed, 1972.
217.863 Repealed, 1972.
217.867 Repealed, 1972.
217.870 Repealed, 1972.
217.873 Repealed, 1972.
217.877 Repealed, 1972.
217.880 Repealed, 1972.
217.883 Repealed, 1972.
217.887 Repealed, 1972
217.890 Repealed, 1972.
217.893 Repealed, 1972.
217.894 Repealed, 1982.
217.895 Inspections — Records of pharmacy.
217.896 Distribution of explanatory pamphlet for citizens of Commonwealth.
217.900 Volatile substance defined — Inhalation unlawful.
217.902 Repackaging volatile substances.
217.905 Definitions.
217.907 Legend drugs to be imprinted with identifying symbol.
217.909 Descriptive material identifying imprints to be available to board.
217.911 Exemption of drugs because of size or unique characteristics.
217.913 Exemption of drugs compounded in a pharmacy.
217.915 Seizure and forfeiture of drugs not properly imprinted.
217.917 Regulations.
217.919 Applicability of KRS 217.907 to 217.917 and 217.990(12).
217.920 Definitions for KRS 217.920 to 217.928.
217.922 Consent required for minor using tanning device or facility.
217.924 Requirements for tanning facilities.
217.926 Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations governing KRS 217.920 to 217.928.
217.928 Administrative hearings conducted under KRS 217.920 to 217.928.
217.950 License for manufacture of laetrile — Regulations — Use in health care facilities licensed by cabinet.
217.952 Laetrile not to be sold in interstate commerce, penalty.
217.990 Penalties.
217.991 Repealed, 1968.
217.992 Penalties for violation of KRS 217.005 to 217.215.
217.993 Penalties.
217.994 Repealed, 1968.
217.995 Repealed, 1972.
217.996 Repealed, 1972.
217.997 Repealed, 1972.
217.998 Penalties for violation of KRS 217.542 to 217.630.