1. The Board may issue a license by endorsement to conduct a pharmacy to an applicant
who is a natural person and who meets the requirements set forth in this section. An applicant may submit to the Board an application for such a license if the applicant
holds a corresponding valid and unrestricted license to conduct a pharmacy in the
District of Columbia or any state or territory of the United States.
2. An applicant for a license by endorsement pursuant to this section must submit
to the Board with his or her application:
(a) Proof satisfactory to the Board that the applicant:
(1) Satisfies the requirements of subsection 1;
(2) Has not been disciplined or investigated by the corresponding regulatory authority
of the District of Columbia or any state or territory in which the applicant currently
holds or has held a license to conduct a pharmacy; and
(3) Has not been held civilly or criminally liable for malpractice in the District
of Columbia or any state or territory of the United States;
(b) An affidavit stating that the information contained in the application and any
accompanying material is true and correct; and
(c) Any other information required by the Board.
3. Not later than 15 business days after receiving an application for a license by
endorsement to conduct a pharmacy pursuant to this section, the Board shall provide
written notice to the applicant of any additional information required by the Board
to consider the application. Unless the Board denies the application for good cause, the Board shall approve
the application and issue a license by endorsement to conduct a pharmacy to the applicant
not later than 45 days after receiving the application.
4. A license by endorsement to conduct a pharmacy may be issued at a meeting of the
Board or between its meetings by the President of the Board. Such an action shall be deemed to be an action of the Board.
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