PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS
36-11-1 Public interest in regulation of practice.
36-11-2 Definition of terms.
36-11-2.1 Drugs defined.
36-11-2.2 Practice of pharmacy defined.
36-11-3 Pharmacists Association--Purpose--Annual meeting--Recommendation of members for appointment to state board (Effective until September 30, 2006).
36-11-3 South Dakota Pharmacists Association--Purpose--Annual meeting (Effective September 30, 2006).
36-11-4 Composition of State Board of Pharmacy--Terms and appointment of members--Removal of member.
36-11-4.1 Lay member of board--Appointment and term of office.
36-11-5 Meetings of board--Quorum.
36-11-5.1 Board continued within Department of Health--Records and reports.
36-11-6 Use of funds by Pharmacists Association--Approval of expenditures--Filing statement.
36-11-7 Salary and expenses of secretary.
36-11-8 Compensation of personnel from fees received.
36-11-9 Annual report to Governor--Contents.
36-11-10 Residual and implied powers of board.
36-11-11 Promulgation of rules.
36-11-13 Unregistered practice of pharmacy as misdemeanor.
36-11-14 Physicians and veterinarians unaffected by chapter.
36-11-15 Unregistered dispensing of drugs or operation of pharmacy as misdemeanor.
36-11-16 Character, age, education, and experience requirements for registration as pharmacist.
36-11-16.1 Criminal background investigation of applicants for licensure and licensees under disciplinary investigation--Fees.
36-11-17 Registration fee.
36-11-18 Examination of applicants for registration--Grant of certificates to qualified persons.
36-11-19 Registration of applicants registered in other states--Fee.
36-11-19.1 Authority of registered pharmacists.
36-11-19.2 Nonresident pharmacy defined.
36-11-19.3 Requirements for licensure of nonresident pharmacy.
36-11-19.4 Denial of nonresident pharmacy's application--Appeal.
36-11-19.5 Expiration and renewal of nonresident pharmacy license.
36-11-19.6 Conduct causing denial, revocation, or suspension of nonresident pharmacy license--Contested case.
36-11-19.7 Dispensing equivalent drug product by nonresident pharmacy.
36-11-19.8 Recording patient information--Toll-free telephone service--Written information on new or changed prescriptions.
36-11-19.9 Designation of resident agent for nonresident pharmacy.
36-11-20 Suspension, revocation, or refusal of license--Grounds--Fraudulent registration void.
36-11-20.1, 36-11-20.2. Repealed.
36-11-20.3 to 36-11-20.10. Repealed.
Continuing validity of prior certificates. 36-11-22
Registration record maintained by board--Contents. 36-11-23
Annual registry fee and renewal--Suspension of certificate for failure to renew--Reinstatement after suspension. 36-11-23.1
Continuing education program established. 36-11-23.2
Rules relating to continuing education--Maximum annual requirement. 36-11-23.3
Continuing education required for relicensure. 36-11-23.4
Advisory council on continuing education. 36-11-24
Pharmacy intern certificates--Restrictions on practice. 36-11-26
Board power to discipline registrant. 36-11-27
Procedure for revocation or suspension of certificate. 36-11-29
Appeal from revocation or suspension of certificate. 36-11-30
Registration and permit required for operation of pharmacy--Violation as misdemeanor. 36-11-31
Business name or advertising implying pharmacy prohibited unless registered--Violation as misdemeanor. 36-11-32
Pharmacy permit issued by board--Fee. 36-11-33
Institutional pharmacy permits--Scope of services provided--Minimum standards. 36-11-34
Ownership or control by pharmacist required for pharmacy permit. 36-11-35
Pharmacy permit as legal registration--Expiration date. 36-11-36
Permit and certificate displayed in pharmacy. 36-11-37
Transfer of pharmacy permit to another pharmacist. 36-11-38
Permit void after death of pharmacist--Time allowed for transfer. 36-11-39
Report to board of changes in location or ownership of pharmacy. 36-11-40
Permit void on unreported transfer, change of location or change in management. 36-11-41
Equipment, supplies and publications required for pharmacy permit. 36-11-42
Sanitary conditions required in pharmacy. 36-11-43
Code of professional ethics--Association recommendations considered--Employment rights not regulated--No basis for criminal prosecution. 36-11-44
Permitting unauthorized practice or false representation to secure registration as misdemeanor. 36-11-45
Dispensing of substandard drugs prohibited--Violation as misdemeanor. 36-11-46.1
Dispensing equivalent drug products. 36-11-46.2
Written prescription to prohibit substitution--Notation by pharmacist. 36-11-46.3
Notification to person receiving equivalent drug product--Right of refusal. 36-11-46.4
Standards for selecting prescription drug. 36-11-46.5
Liability for dispensing substituted drug. 36-11-46.6
Label to contain drug name--Form when generic equivalent selected--Contents of prescription files--Label information. 36-11-46.7
Equivalent drug requirements not applicable to hospital patients. 36-11-46.8
Cause of action for selection of equivalent drug product. 36-11-47
Posting of prescription drug prices authorized--Rules and regulations. 36-11-47.2
Refusal to quote prescription price as misdemeanor. 36-11-48
Grounds for suspension or revocation of pharmacy permit.
Procedure for revocation of pharmacy permit. 36-11-50
Appeal from cancellation of pharmacy permit. 36-11-51
, 36-11-52. Repealed. 36-11-53
to 36-11-59. Repealed. 36-11-60
, 36-11-61. Repealed. 36-11-62
Fees paid to secretary of board--Employment of personnel and payment of expenses from funds collected. 36-11-64
Employment of inspectors--Inspection of licensed establishments. 36-11-65
Injunction proceedings to prevent violations of chapter--Election of remedies. 36-11-66
Severability of provisions. 36-11-67
Participants in drug utilization review program immune from liability. 36-11-68
Counseling patients and caregivers--Maintenance of patient records. 36-11-69
Release of patient information--Good faith required. 36-11-70
Refusal to dispense medication. 36-11-71
Central pharmacy, remote pharmacy, and telepharmacy practice defined. 36-11-72
Telepharmacy--Promulgation of rules.