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(a)?It is unlawful for any person to have in the person's possession, any drug defined or enumerated in this part, without the drug having been prescribed by a duly licensed physician, certified physician assistant, dentist, optometrist authorized pursuant to ??63-8-102(12), or veterinarian, and having been dispensed by a pharmacy duly licensed and registered in this state, unless the person was a resident of another state and had the prescription filled by a duly licensed and registered pharmacist of the other state.
(b)(1)?This section does not apply to authorized agents and representatives of pharmaceutical manufacturers, firms or wholesalers.
(2)?Nothing in this section applies to a licensed physician, certified physician assistant, dentist, optometrist authorized pursuant to ??63-8-102(12), or veterinarian, nor to the drugs under the control of the physician, certified physician assistant, dentist, optometrist authorized pursuant to ??63-8-102(12), or veterinarian in the practice of that person's profession, and the exemption includes a nurse authorized pursuant to ??63-6-204 or ??63-9-113, who is rendering service under the supervision, control and responsibility of a licensed physician, and who meets the requirements pursuant to ??63-7-207(13).
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Tennessee Code Title 53. Food, Drugs and Cosmetics § 53-10-105 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tn/title-53-food-drugs-and-cosmetics/tn-code-sect-53-10-105.html
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