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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 11.74 Diphenhydramine

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Chapter 11.74
Diphenhydramine

Sections:

11.74.010 Purchased for resale--Recordkeeping required.
11.74.020 Sale--Maximum units and dosage.
11.74.030 Possession--Maximum.
11.74.040 Records--Inspection.
11.74.050 Violation--Penalty.

11.74.010 Purchased for resale--Recordkeeping required.

Every person or retailer that purchases diphenhydramine for the purpose of reselling said substance must keep records of such purchases. Said records must include the name and address of the wholesaler or other entity from which the substance was purchased, the date of the purchase and the quantity of the substance purchased.
(Ord. 63651 1, 1996.)

11.74.020 Sale--Maximum units and dosage.

No person shall offer for a sale or sell more than one hundred dosage units, in pill, capsule or any other container containing diphenhydramine to any person in a twenty-four-hour period. The maximum dosage of each pill, capsule or other container can be no more than twenty-five milligrams.
(Ord. 63651 2, 1996.)

11.74.030 Possession--Maximum.

No person, other than a wholesaler or retailer that has a business license issued by the City of St. Louis, may possess more than one hundred capsules, pills or other container that contains more than a total of three thousand milligrams of said substance.
(Ord. 63651 3, 1996.)

11.74.040 Records--Inspection.

Any record required under this chapter shall be maintained for two years and shall be available for inspection by commissioned members of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department during normal working hours.
(Ord. 63651 4, 1996.)

11.74.050 Violation--Penalty.

Any person convicted of violating this chapter shall be fined not less than two hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars and/or be imprisoned for up to ninety days. In addition, any person convicted of violating this chapter shall have the business license of the offending establishment suspended by the License Collector for a period of ninety days from the date of conviction.
(Ord. 63651 5, 1996.)

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