1. A registered pharmacist upon a legal prescription from a practitioner or to a pharmacy
in a correctional institution upon the written order of the prescribing practitioner
2. A pharmacy in a correctional institution, in case of emergency, upon a written
order signed by the chief medical officer.
3. A practitioner.
4. A registered nurse, when the state, county, city or district health officer has
declared a state of emergency.
5. A medical intern in the course of his or her internship.
6. A pharmacy in an institution of the Department of Corrections to a person designated
by the Director of the Department of Corrections to administer a lethal injection
to a person who has been sentenced to death.
7. A registered pharmacist from an institutional pharmacy, pursuant to regulations
adopted by the Board.
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