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BULLETSt. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 11.60 Drugs Part I

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Chapter 11.60
Drugs
PART I INHALED GASES

Sections:

11.60.010 Enumerated.
11.60.020 Prohibited acts.
11.60.030 Hearing--Conviction.
11.60.040 Possession for medicinal purposes.

11.60.010 Enumerated.

No person under the age of eighteen years shall have in his control, custody or possession any glue, cement, typewriter correction fluid, shellac thinner or other similar product which can cause a condition similar to alcoholic or narcotic intoxication or which can induce a state of euphoria or contains any of the following substances, components or ingredients:

Ammonium thiocyanate

Acetone

Benzene

Hexane

Butyl alcohol

Tricresyl phosphate

Glycols

Methylene chloride

Propylene dichloride

Perchloroethylene

Orthodichlorobenzene

Methyl chloroform

(1, 1, 1-trichloroethane)

Secondary butyl acetate

Aliphatics

Terpenes and cyclics of terpene structure

Diacetone

Turpentine, kerosene, gasoline and other petroleum solvents

Ethyl alcohol

Sulfonated oils

Borax

Amyl acetate

Cyclohexanone

Isopropyl alcohol

Toluene

Xylene

Carbon tetrachloride

Ethylene dichloride

Trichloroethylene

Monochlorobenzene

Trichlorobenzene

Ethyl acetate

Isopropyl acetate

Aromatics

Methyl ethyl ketone

Methyl isobutyl ketone

Glycol ethers

Cresylic acid

Mineral spirits

Butyl cellosolve

Ephedrine HCL--as a single active medicinal ingredient in a solid oral dosage form, or other toxic derivatives thereof.

Provided, however, that kerosene, gasoline and other petroleum solvents may be sold to and possessed by such person when delivered directly into tanks of motor vehicles or delivered into receptacles for immediate redelivery into such motor vehicle tanks.
(Ord. 62533 2, 1992: prior: Ord. 61396 2, 1989: Ord. 54694 1, 1967; Ord. 54496 1, 1967: 1960 C. 757.010.)

11.60.020 Prohibited acts.

No person shall sell, offer for sale, attempt to sell, give away, distribute or otherwise transmit to or furnish to a person under the age of eighteen any of the substances, components, ingredients, chemicals or compounds listed in Section 11.60.010 which can cause a condition similar to alcoholic or narcotic intoxication or induce a state of euphoria.

No person shall sniff, breathe, huff or inhale from any bag, package or container of any kind of fumes of any of the substances specified in Section 11.60.010 for the purpose of causing a condition similar to alcoholic or narcotic intoxication or a state of euphoria. No person who is under the influence of or in a state of euphoria from such substances shall walk, sit, lie or run in any public street, sidewalk, park or alley or operate any vehicle upon any street or publicway.
(Ord. 56508 1, 2, 1973: Ord. 54496 2, 1967: 1960 C. 757.020.)

11.60.030 Hearing--Conviction.

No person charged with a violation of Section 11.60.010 shall be convicted hereunder where, upon a court hearing, it is determined that the control, custody or possession of any of the prohibited substances, components, ingredients, chemicals or compounds listed in Section 11.60.010 was for a purpose or use other than to induce an intoxicated condition or a state of euphoria in a human being.
(Ord. 54496 4, 1967: 1960 C. 757.040.)

11.60.040 Possession for medicinal purposes.

The provisions of Sections 11.60.010--11.60.040 shall not apply where the sale, control, custody or possession of any of the prohibited substances, components or ingredients listed herein resulted from the direction or prescription of any duly licensed physician, surgeon, dentist or other authorized practitioner of medicine prescribed for use in the usual course of his practice or profession.
(Ord. 54496 5, 1967: 1960 C. 757.050.)

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