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36-11-65 Injunction proceedings to prevent violations of chapter--Election of remedies.
     36-11-65.   Injunction proceedings to prevent violations of chapter--Election of remedies. Whenever the Board of Pharmacy believes, from evidence satisfactory to it, that any person is violating or about to violate any provisions of this chapter or any order or requirement of the board issued or promulgated pursuant to authority expressly granted the board by law, the board may bring an action in the name of the State of South Dakota against such person to enjoin such violation or any act in furtherance thereof. Such action shall be an alternate to criminal proceedings, and the commencement of one proceeding by the board constitutes an election. In such action an order or judgment may be entered awarding such temporary or permanent injunction as is proper.

Source: SL 1967, ch 102, § 24; SL 1978, ch 155, § 20.


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