Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1968

Jersey R & O 5129

 

Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952.

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POISONS (GENERAL PROVISIONS) (JERSEY) ORDER, 1968.

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ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES.

 

  1.

Interpretation.

 

  2.

Metric system and imperial system.

 

 

Application and Relaxation of Part III of the Law.

 

  3.

Restriction of sales by shopkeepers.

 

  4.

Exemption of animal medicines.

 

  5.

Extension of labelling provisions and relaxation with respect to poisons in the Second Schedule and Part B of the Fourth Schedule.

 

  6.

Substances to which Article 16(2) of the Law applies.

 

  7.

Extension of Article 16(2) to sales wholesale etc., and relaxation of the said paragraph.

 

  8.

Relaxation of Article 17(3) in the case of certain medicines.

 

  9.

General exemption of Article 17 transactions.

 

10.

Exemption from the provisions applying solely to the First Schedule.

 

11.

Complete exemption for articles and substances in the Third Schedule.

 

 

Additional Restrictions on the Sale of Poisons

 

12.

Additional restriction of sale of poisons in the Fourth Schedule.

 

13.

Additional restriction of sales by authorized sellers of poisons.

 

14.

Restriction of sales by listed sellers of Part II poisons.

 

15.

Requirement as to colouring in certain cases.

 

16.

Restriction of sales of Part I poisons to shopkeepers.

 

17.

Restriction of sale and supply of strychnine and certain other substances.

 

 

Supplementary Provisions with respect to Labelling and Containers

 

18.

Manner of labelling containers.

 

19.

Labelling of name of poison.

 

20.

Labelling of particulars as to proportion of the poison.

 

21.

Indication of character of the poison.

 

22.

Special cautions in the case of certain articles.

 

23.

Name of seller and address of premises.

 

24.

Form of containers.

 

 

Storage and Transport

 

25.

Storage of poisons.

 

26.

Transport of poisons.

 

27.

Special provisions with respect to the transport of poisons specified in the Eighth Schedule.

 

 

Special Provisions with respect to Hospitals

 

28.

Supply of medicines to out-patients from certain hospitals etc.

 

29.

Supply of medicines for use in hospitals etc.

 

  29A.

Supply of oral contraceptives.

 

30.

Storage of poisons in institutions.

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

31.

Manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations.

 

32

Form of application for registration of sets of premises in register of premises and form of register.

 

33.

Form of application for entry of name in list kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law and form of list.

 

34.

Certificates of persons to whom poisons may be sold.

 

35.

Form of record of sales.

 

36.

Preservation of records.

 

37.

Revocation.

 

38.

Citation and commencement.

SCHEDULES.

 

FIRST SCHEDULE – Substances included in the Poisons List to which special restrictions apply unless exempted by Article 10.

 

SECOND SCHEDULE – Poisons exempted from labelling provisions when sold or supplied in certain circumstances.

 

THIRD SCHEDULE – Articles exempted from the provisions of the Law and of this Order.

 

FOURTH SCHEDULE – Substances required to be sold by retail only upon a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner, registered dentist or registered veterinary surgeon.

 

FIFTH SCHEDULE – Part A – Form to which the substances specified are restricted when sold by listed sellers of Part II poisons.

 

Part B – Poisons which may be sold by listed sellers of Part II poisons only to persons engaged in the trade or business of agriculture or horticulture and for the purpose of that trade or business.

 

SIXTH SCHEDULE – Statement of particulars permitted in certain cases as to proportion of poison.

 

SEVENTH SCHEDULE – Indication of character of article prescribed for the purposes of Article 16(1) (c) (iii) of the Law.

 

EIGHTH SCHEDULE – Poisons required to be specially labelled for transport.

 

NINTH SCHEDULE – Form of application for registration of set(s) of premises in register of premises kept in pursuance of Article 13 of the Law.

 

TENTH SCHEDULE – Form of register of premises.

 

ELEVENTH SCHEDULE – Form of application for entry in the list kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law.

 

TWELFTH SCHEDULE – Form of the list to be kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law.

 

THIRTEENTH SCHEDULE – Certificate for the purchase of a poison.

 

FOURTEENTH SCHEDULE – Form of entry to be made in the book to be kept by sellers of poisons in accordance with Article 16(2)(b) of the Law.

 

FIFTEENTH SCHEDULE – Forms of authority for purchasing strychnine for killing moles.

 

SIXTEENTH SCHEDULE – Substances in which poison is exempted by Article 6 from Article 16(2) of the Law.

 

SEVENTEENTH SCHEDULE – Poisons required to be coloured in certain cases.

 

EIGHTEENTH SCHEDULE – Forms of certificate authorizing the purchase of monofluoroacetic acid, a salt thereof, fluoroacetamide or fluoroctanilide as a rodenticide.

 

NINETEENTH SCHEDULE – Enactments revoked.

 


THE PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE, in pursuance of Article 25 of the Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952,1 as amended, hereby orders as follows:  -

ARTICLE 1

INTERPRETATION

(1)           In this Order unless the context otherwise requires –

“animal” includes poultry;

“antimonial poisons” means chlorides of antimony, oxides of antimony, sulphides of antimony, antimonates, antimonites and organic compounds of antimony;

“arsenical poisons” means halides of arsenic, oxides of arsenic, sulphides of arsenic, arsenates, arsenites, copper acetoarsenite, sodium thioarsenates and organic compounds of arsenic;

“food” includes a beverage;

“inspector” has the same meaning as in Article 28 of the Law;2

“the Law” means the Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952;3

“listed seller of Part II poisons” means a person entitled, subject to the provisions of the Law and of this Order, to sell poisons included in Part II of the Poisons List by virtue of the entry of his name in the list kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law;4

“medicine for the internal treatment of human ailments” includes any medicine to be administered by hypodermic injection, but does not include any mouth wash, eye drops, eye lotion, ear drops, douche or similar articles;

“sale exempted by Article 18 of the Law”5 means a sale made in such circumstances as to be entitled, except as provided by this Order, to exemption under Article 18 of the Law from the foregoing provisions of Part III of the Law;6

“transaction exempted by Article 17 of the Law”7 means the supply of a medicine in such circumstances as to be entitled to exemption under Article 17 of the Law from the provisions of Article 16 of the Law.8

(2)     Any reference in the Schedules to this Order to the percentage of a poison contained in any substance or preparation shall, unless otherwise expressly provided, be construed in the following manner, that is to say, a reference to a substance or preparation containing one per cent. of any poison means –

(a)    in the case of a solid, that one gramme of the poison is contained in every hundred grammes of the substance or preparation;

(b)    in the case of a liquid, that one millilitre of the poison, or, if the poison itself is a solid, one gramme of the poison, is contained in every hundred millilitres of the substance or preparation;

and so in proportion for any greater or lesser percentage.

(3)     In this Order, any reference to an alkaloid shall include a reference to any salt of that alkaloid, and, in the case where the esters of an alkaloid are included in the Poisons List by virtue of the words “its esters”, to any esters of that alkaloid.

(4)     Any reference in this Order to a form set out in a Schedule to this Order shall include a reference to a form substantially to the like effect.

(5)     This Order shall be construed as one with the Law.

(6)     References in this Order to any enactment shall be construed as references to that enactment as amended by any subsequent enactment or to any other enactment repealing and re-enacting that enactment with or without further amendment.

(7)     This Order shall be construed as one with the Law.

ARTICLE 2

METRIC SYSTEM AND IMPERIAL SYSTEM

(1)           For the purposes of this Order a poison shall not be regarded as sold, issued or supplied otherwise than in accordance with a prescription or other order by reason only that the prescription or order specifies a quantity of the poison in terms of the imperial system and the quantity sold, issued or supplied is the equivalent of that amount in the metric system, or by reason only that the prescription or order specifies a quantity of the poison in terms of the metric system and the quantity sold, issued or supplied is the equivalent of that amount in the imperial system.

(2)           For the purposes of this Order the quantity of a poison in the imperial system which is the equivalent of a particular quantity in the metric system, and the quantity of a poison in the metric system which is the equivalent of a similar quantity in the imperial system shall be deemed to be that set out as such in the Tables of Equivalents contained in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex or the British Veterinary Codex.

 

Application and Relaxation of Part III of the Law

ARTICLE 3

RESTRICTION OF SALES BY SHOPKEEPERS

It shall not be lawful for any shopkeeper to sell poisons on any premises used for or in connexion with his retail business, notwithstanding that the sale is exempted by Article 18 of the Law,9 unless he complies with the provisions of sub-paragraph (a) or sub-paragraph (b), as the case may be, of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law.10

ARTICLE 4

EXEMPTION OF ANIMAL MEDICINES

The provisions of sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law10 shall not apply with respect to any medicine for the treatment of animals sold by a person carrying on a business which comprises the manufacture of medicines for the treatment of animals, if the following requirements are complied with:  -

(a)    a statement in writing signed by the owner of the business, or, in the case of a corporate body, on behalf of that body, stating the name of the business, the principal place where it is carried on, the name of the person in charge of the sale of the medicines, and the premises on which the medicines are to be sold must be furnished prior to the sale to the Committee; and

(b)    the sale must be effected on the premises specified in the statement; and

(c)    an inspector must be permitted at all reasonable times to enter the premises and be given all reasonable facilities to make such examination and enquiry and to do such other things (including the taking, on payment therefor, of samples) as may be necessary for ascertaining whether the provisions of the Law and of this Order are being complied with.

ARTICLE 5

EXTENSION OF LABELLING PROVISIONS AND RELAXATION WITH RESPECT TO POISONS IN THE SECOND SCHEDULE AND PART B OF THE FOURTH SCHEDULE

(1)           Subject as hereinafter provided, the provisions of sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law10 and of Articles 18 to 23 of this Order (which provisions relate to the labelling of poisons) shall apply to sales exempted by Article 18 of the Law,11 other than sales of poisons to be exported to purchasers outside the Island, and shall also apply to the supply of poisons (otherwise than on sale) in like manner as if references in the said provisions to the sale and the seller of poisons included references to the supply and the supplier of poisons respectively.

(2)           The said provisions, except the provisions of Article 22 of this Order and of sub-paragraph (c)(iv) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law12 as modified by Article 23 of this Order shall not apply to the sale or supply of any of the poisons included in the Second Schedule to this Order to a person who –

(a)    carries on a business in the course of which poisons are regularly sold by way of wholesale dealing or are regularly used in the manufacture of other articles; and

(b)    requires the poison for the purpose of that business;

if the outside of the package in which the poison is sold or supplied is labelled conspicuously with words indicating the dangerous properties of the poison.

(3)     The provisions of sub-paragraph (c) (iii) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law12 and of Article 21 of this Order shall not apply to sales exempted by Article 18 of the Law11 of any of the poisons included in Part B of the Fourth Schedule to this Order.

ARTICLE 6

SUBSTANCES TO WHICH ARTICLE 16(2) OF THE LAW APPLIES

(1)     The provisions of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law12 (which makes provisions as to persons to whom poisons may be sold and to the keeping of records of sales) shall apply with respect to all substances included in the First Schedule to this Order, whether or not the poison sold is a poison included in Part I of the Poisons List, and shall not apply with respect to any other substance:

Provided that –

(i)      sub-paragraph (a) of the said paragraph (2) shall, in its application to sales by listed sellers of Part II poisons, be deemed to be satisfied if the person to whom the poison is sold is known by the person in charge of the premises on which the poison is sold or of the department of the business in which the sale is effected to be a person to whom the poison may properly be sold; and

(ii)     the provisions of the said paragraph shall not apply, so far as the poison specified in the first column of the Sixteenth Schedule to this Order is concerned, to sales of substances specified in the second column of that Schedule.

ARTICLE 7

EXTENSION OF ARTICLE 16(2) TO SALES WHOLESALE ETC., AND RELAXATION OF THE SAID PARAGRAPH

(1)           The provisions of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law13 as modified by Article 6 of this Order shall apply to sales exempted by Article 18 of the Law,14 except sales of poisons to be exported to purchasers outside the Island; and shall also apply to the supply in the form of commercial sample, otherwise than on sale, of any substance included in the First Schedule to this Order in like manner as if references in the said provisions to the sale and seller of poisons respectively included references to the supply and the supplier of poisons in the form of commercial samples:

Provided that the said provisions shall not apply to the sale or supply of any article by the manufacturer thereof or by a person carrying on a business in the course of which poisons are regularly sold by way of wholesale dealing, if –

(a)    the article is sold or supplied to a person carrying on a business in the course of which poisons are regularly sold or are regularly used in the manufacture of other articles; and

(b)    the seller or supplier is reasonably satisfied that the purchaser requires the article for the purpose of that business.

(2)           Sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law13 shall, in its application to sales exempted by Article 18 of the Law14 and to the supply in the form of commercial samples of substances included in the First Schedule to this Order, be deemed to be satisfied if the person to whom the poison or sample is sold or supplied is known by the person in charge of the department of the business through which the sale or supply is effected to be a person to whom the poison or sample may properly be sold or supplied.

(3)           So much of sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law13 as requires an entry in a book to be signed by the purchaser of a poison shall not, as respects the sale of a poison to a person for the purposes of his trade, business or profession, apply if the following requirements are satisfied:  -

(a)    the seller must obtain before the completion of the sale an order in writing signed by the purchaser stating his name and address, trade, business or profession, and the following particulars in regard to the article to be purchased, that is to say, the purpose for which it is required and the total quantity to be purchased, or, in the case of an article packed in ampoules, either the said total quantity or the total quantity intended to be administered or injected;

(b)    the seller must be reasonably satisfied that the signature is that of the person purporting to have signed the order, and that that person carries on the trade, business or profession stated in the order, being one in which the poison to be purchased is used;

(c)    the seller must insert in the entry prescribed by Article 34 of this Order the words “signed order” and a reference number by which the order can be identified:

Provided that where a person represents that he urgently requires a poison for the purpose of his trade, business or profession, the seller may, if he is reasonably satisfied that the person so requires the poision and is, by reason of some emergency, unable before delivery either to furnish to the seller an order in writing duly signed or to attend and sign the entry in the book, deliver the poison to the purchaser on an undertaking by the purchaser to furnish such an order within the twenty-four hours next following.

If any purchaser by whom any such undertaking has been given fails to deliver to the seller a signed order in accordance with the undertaking, or if any person for the purpose of obtaining delivery of any poison under the foregoing proviso makes a statement which is to his knowledge false, he shall be deemed to have contravened the provisions of this Article.

(4)           Where the seller of a poison is reasonably satisfied that the poison is required for the purpose of medical, dental or veterinary treatment, there shall not apply –

(a)    in the case of a sale to a hospital, infirmary, health centre, dispensary or clinic, such of the provisions of this Article as require the purchaser to state his trade, business or profession and the seller to be satisfied with respect thereto;

(b)    in the case of a sale of the poison not being a poison to which the Dangerous Drugs (Jersey) Law, 195415 applies to a registered medical practitioner, registered dentist or registered veterinary surgeon or to a hospital, infirmary, health centre, dispensary or clinic, such of the provisions of this Article as require the purchaser to state the purpose for which the poison is required.

ARTICLE 8

RELAXATION OF ARTICLE 17(3) IN THE CASE OF CERTAIN MEDICINES

The requirements mentioned in paragraph (3) of Article 17 of the Law (which requires particulars of medicines supplied or dispensed under that Article to be entered in a book) need not be satisfied in the case of –

(a)    any medicine, not being a substance included in the First Schedule to this Order, which is supplied by –

(i)      a registered medical practitioner for the purposes of medical treatment; or

(ii)     an authorized seller of poisons on and in accordance with a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner or a registered dentist;

(b)    any medicine, notwithstanding that it is a substance included in the First Schedule to this Order, which is supplied on and in accordance with a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner under and in accordance with the Health Insurance (Jersey) Law, 1967.17

ARTICLE 9

GENERAL EXEMPTION OF ARTICLE 17 TRANSACTIONS

Nothing in this Order shall apply, except as is expressly provided therein, to transactions exempted by Article 17 of the Law.16

ARTICLE 10

EXEMPTION FROM THE PROVISIONS APPLYING SOLELY TO THE FIRST SCHEDULE

Such of the provisions of this Order and of Part III of the Law,18 as modified by this Order, as apply solely with respect to the substances included in the First Schedule to this Order, shall not apply with respect to –

(a)    machine-spread plasters; or

(b)    surgical dressings; or

(c)    articles containing barium carbonate * * * * * *19 and prepared for the destruction of rats or mice; or

(d)    corn paints in which the only poison is a poison included in the Poisons List under the heading of “Cannabis”.

ARTICLE 11

COMPLETE EXEMPTION FOR ARTICLES AND SUBSTANCES IN THE THIRD SCHEDULE

Nothing in Part III of the Law20 or in this Order shall apply –

(a)    with respect to any article included in Group I of the Third Schedule to this Order; or

(b)    so far as any poison specified in the first column of Group II of that Schedule is concerned, with respect to any of the articles or substances specified in the second column opposite the description of the poison.

 

Additonal Restrictions on the Sale of Poisons

ARTICLE 12

ADDITIONAL RESTRICTION OF SALE OF POISONS IN THE FOURTH SCHEDULE

(1)           It shall not be lawful to sell any poison included in the Fourth Schedule to this Order, except on and in accordance with a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner, registered dentist or registered veterinary surgeon in the form provided by this Article:

Provided that where an authorized seller of poisons is reasonably satisfied that a person ordering any such poison is a registered medical practitioner who is by reason of some emergency unable to furnish such a prescription immediately, he may, notwithstanding that no such prescription has been given, if the said person undertakes to furnish him within the twenty-four hours next following with such a prescription, deliver the poison ordered in accordance with the directions of the said person, so, however, that, notwithstanding anything in any such directions, the supply shall not be repeated unless such a prescription has been given.

If any person by whom any such undertaking has been given fails to deliver to the seller a prescription in accordance with the undertaking, or if any person for the purpose of obtaining delivery of any poison under the foregoing proviso makes a statement which is to his knowledge false, he shall be deemed to have contravened the provisions of this Article.

(2)           This Article shall apply to the sale of any such poison, notwithstanding that it is a transaction exempted by Article 17 of the Law,21 but shall not apply to any sale exempted by Article 18 of the Law.22

(3)           For the purposes of this Article, a prescription shall, in the case of any poison included in the Fourth Schedule to this Order, be in writing and be signed by the person giving it with his usual signature and be dated by him and in the case of any poison included in Part A of the said Fourth Schedule –

(a)    except in the case of a health prescription, specify the address of the person giving it;

(b)    specify the name and address of the person for whose treatment it is given or, if the prescription is given by a registered veterinary surgeon, of the person to whom the medicine is to be delivered;

(c)    have written thereon, if given by a dentist, the words “For dental treatment only” or, if given by a registered veterinary surgeon, the words “For animal treatment only”;

(d)    when the medicine is packed otherwise than in ampoules, indicate –

(i)      except in the case of a preparation contained in the British National Formulary, the total amount to be supplied; and

(ii)     except in the case of a preparation which is to be used for external treatment only, the dose to be taken;

(e)    when the medicine is packed in ampoules indicate –

(i)      except in the case of a preparation contained in the British National Formulary, either the total amount to be supplied or the total amount intended to be administered or injected; and

(ii)     in any case, the amount intended to be administered or injected in each dose.

(4)           The person dispensing the prescription shall comply with the following requirements: -

(a)    the prescription must not be dispensed more than once unless the prescriber has directed thereon either that it may be dispensed a stated number of times or that it may be dispensed at stated intervals;

(b)    if the prescription contains a direction that it may be dispensed a stated number of times or at stated intervals it must not be dispensed otherwise than in accordance with the direction;

(c)    a prescription which contains a direction that it may be dispensed a stated number of times but no direction as to the intervals at which it may be dispensed shall not be dispensed more often than once in three days, and a prescription which contains a direction that it is to be dispensed at stated intervals but no direction as to the number of times that it may be dispensed shall not be dispensed more often than three times;

(d)    at the time of dispensing or, where a poison has been delivered under the proviso to paragraph (1) of this Article, on the subsequent receipt of the prescription there must be noted on the prescription above the signature of the prescriber the name and address of the seller and the date on which the prescription is dispensed or, as the case may be, the poison was delivered;

(e)    except in the case of a health prescription or a prescription which may be dispensed again, the prescription must, for a period of two years, be retained and kept on the premises on which it was dispensed in such manner as to be readily available for inspection.

(5)           In this Article, “health prescription” means a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner under and in accordance with the Health Insurance (Jersey) Law, 1967,23 or given by a registered medical practitioner or registered dentist upon a form issued by a public authority (including any department of Her Majesty’s Government) or by a parochial authority for use in connexion with a health service of that authority.

ARTICLE 13

ADDITIONAL RESTRICTION OF SALES BY AUTHORIZED SELLERS OF POISONS

It shall not be lawful for any authorized seller of poisons to sell any substance included in the First Schedule to this Order, notwithstanding that the substance is a poison included in Part II of the Poisons List, unless the sale is effected by, or under the supervision of, a registered pharmacist.

ARTICLE 14

RESTRICTION OF SALES BY LISTED SELLERS OF PART II POISONS

(1)           No shopkeeper shall be entitled by virtue of being a listed seller of Part II poisons to sell –

(a)    any poison other than ammonia, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, potassium quadroxalate and sulphuric acid, except in a closed container as closed by the manufacturer or other person from whom the poison was obtained;

(b)    any substance included in the First Schedule to this Order unless the sale is effected by himself or by a responsible deputy.

In this paragraph the expression “responsible deputy” means a person nominated as a deputy on the seller’s form of application, as hereinafter prescribed, for entry as a listed seller of Part II poisons or any person substituted, by notice in writing to the Committee, for a person so nominated, and not more than two deputies shall be nominated at the same time in respect of one set of premises.

(2)           No person shall be entitled by virtue of being a listed seller of Part II poisons to sell –

(a)    any poison included in the first column of Part A of the Fifth Schedule to this Order unless the article or substance sold is one of the articles or substances specified against the description of the poison in the second column of that Part, and the container of the substance is, in addition to any other direction of the Law or of this Order with respect to labelling, labelled clearly with a notice of the special purpose for which the article or substance is intended, and a warning that it is only to be used for that purpose;

(b)    any poison included in Part B of the Fifth Schedule to this Order, unless the purchaser thereof is engaged in the trade or business of agriculture or horticulture and requires the poison for the purpose of that trade or business.

ARTICLE 15

REQUIREMENT AS TO COLOURING IN CERTAIN CASES

It shall not be lawful to sell any poison included in the Seventeenth Schedule to this Order which is intended for use as a weed killer or in the prevention of treatment of infestation by animals, plants or other living organisms unless there has been added to the poison a dye or other substance which in the case of a poison included in the said Seventeenth Schedule as a poison in solution, renders it of a distinctive colour, or, in the case of any other poison renders it of a distinctive colour whether dry or wet or in solution:

Provided that this Article shall not apply in the case of –

(a)    poisons which are themselves of a distinctive colour;

(b)    sheep dips which are already of a distinctive colour; or

(c)    articles to be exported to purchasers outside the Island.

ARTICLE 16

RESTRICTION OF SALES OF PART I POISONS TO SHOPKEEPERS

It shall not be lawful to sell by way of wholesale dealing any poison included in Part I of the Poisons List to a person carrying on a business of shopkeeping unless the seller –

(a)    has reasonable grounds for believing that the purchaser is an authorized seller of poisons; or

(b)    has received a statement signed by the purchaser or by a person authorized by him on his behalf to the effect that the purchaser does not intend to sell the poison on any premises used for or in connexion with his retail business.

ARTICLE 17

RESTRICTION OF SALE AND SUPPLY OF STRYCHNINE AND CERTAIN OTHER SUBSTANCES

(1)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply strychnine except as an ingredient in a medicine:

Provided that this Article shall not apply to the sale of strychnine –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing;

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(c)    for the purpose of being compounded in medicines prescribed or administered by a registered medical practitioner or registered veterinary surgeon;

(d)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis; or

(e)    to a person producing a written authority in the form set out in the Fifteenth Schedule to this Order issued within the preceding three months by a person duly authorized by the Committee, authorizing the purchase of strychnine for the purpose of killing moles, so, however, that the quantity sold shall not exceed the quantity, not being more than one ounce, specified in the authority.

(2)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply any substance to which this paragraph applies:

Provided that this Article shall not apply to the sale of a substance to which this paragraph applies –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing;

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(c)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis;

(d)    to a person producing a certificate in the form set out in the Eighteenth Schedule to this Order issued within the preceding three months by the Medical Officer of Health or an officer of the Committee of Agriculture that a substance to which this paragraph applies named in the certificate is required for use as a rodenticide in ships, or sewers in such places, as are identified in the certificate, so, however, that the quantity sold shall not exceed the quantity specified in the certificate.

This paragraph applies to monofluoroacetic acid, any salt thereof, fluoroacetamide and fluoroacetanilide.

(3)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply sodium arsenites or potassium arsenites except as an ingredient in –

(i)      a medicine; or

(ii)     a sheep dip or sheep wash in a container clearly labelled with, in addition to any other direction of the Law or of this Order with respect to labelling, a notice of the special purpose for which the substance is intended, and a warning that it is only to be used for that purpose:

Provided that this Article shall not apply to the sale of sodium arsenites or potassium arsenites –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing;

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(c)    for the purpose of being compounded in medicines prescribed or administered by a registered medical practitioner or registered veterinary surgeon; or

(d)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purpose of that education or research or analysis.

(4)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply lysergide or its salts, mescaline or its salts [, other derivatives of phenethylamine formed by substitution in the aromatic-ring or their salts]24 or psilocybin:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the sale of lysergide or its salts, mescaline or its salts [, other derivatives of phenethylamine formed by substitution in the aromatic ring or their salts] 24 or psilocybin –

(a)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(b)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis; or

(c)    to a registered medical practitioner for the purpose of his profession as such.

(5)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply embutramide or mebezonium iodide:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the sale of embutramide or mebezonium iodide –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing;

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(c)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis; or

(d)    to a registered veterinary surgeon for the purpose of killing animals or birds in the course of his profession as such.

(6)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply fluanisone:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the sale of fluanisone –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing;

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do;

(c)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis; or

(d)    to a registered veterinary surgeon for the purpose of his profession as such.

[(6A)       It shall not be lawful to sell or supply salts of thallium:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the sale of salts of thallium –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing; or

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do; or

(c)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis for the purposes of that education or research or analysis; or

(d)    other than thallium sulphate, to a person, or body of persons, carrying on a business in the course of which salts of thallium are regularly used in the manufacture of other articles, for the purposes of that business; or

(e)    other than thallium sulphate, as an ingredient in any article, not being an article intended for internal consumption by any person or animal.

(6B)         It shall not be lawful to sell or supply zinc phosphide:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to the sale of zinc phosphide –

(a)    by way of wholesale dealing; or

(b)    to be exported to purchasers outside the Island by a person who is authorized in writing by the Committee so to do; or

(c)    to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis for the purposes of that education or research or analysis.]25

(7)           Any authority or certificate issued under the provisions of this Article shall be retained by the seller of the poison to which the authority or certificate relates.

 

Supplementary Provisions with respect to Labelling and Containers

ARTICLE 18

MANNER OF LABELLING CONTAINERS

(1)           Subject to the provisions of this Order, the particulars with which the container of a poison is required to be labelled under sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law26 and under this Order, must appear in a conspicuous position on the container in which the poison is sold and on every box or other covering of whatever nature enclosing the container, and the particulars must be clearly and distinctly set out and not in any way obscured or obliterated.

(2)           Where the poison is contained in an ampoule, cachet or similar article it shall not be necessary to label the Article itself, if every box or other covering in which the article is enclosed is duly labelled.

(3)           Nothing in sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law26 or in Articles 19 to 22 of this Order shall require the labelling of any transparent cover or any wrapper, hamper, packing case, crate or other covering used solely for the purposes of transport or delivery.

ARTICLE 19

LABELLING OF NAME OF POISON

(1)           Subject as hereinafter provided, for the purposes of sub-paragraph (c)(i) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law27 and of sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (3) of Article 28 of this Order, the name of a poison shall be –

(a)    where the term under which a poison is included in the Poisons List describes the poison specifically –

(i)      the said term; or

(ii)     the name published by the General Medical Council as the approved name of the poison; or

(iii)    if the poison is the subject of a monograph in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex or the British Veterinary Codex, one of the names or synonyms or abbreviated names set out at the head of the monograph;

(b)    where the said term describes a group of poisons and not the poison specifically –

(i)      if the poison is the subject of a monograph in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex or the British Veterinary Codex, one of the names or synonyms or abbreviated names set out at the head of the monograph; and

(ii)     in any other case, the accepted scientific name, the name descriptive of the true nature and origin of the poison or the name published by the General Medical Council as the approved name of the poison.

(2)           For the purposes aforesaid it shall, in the case of –

(a)    a substance which is the subject of a monograph in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex or the British Veterinary Codex, or any dilution, concentration or admixture of such a substance; or

(b)    a preparation contained in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex, the British National Formulary or the British Veterinary Codex, or any dilution, concentration or admixture of such a preparation; or

(c)    a surgical dressing for which a standard is prescribed in the British Pharmaceutical Codex;

be sufficient, notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) of this Article to state the name, synonym or abbreviated name used to described the substance, preparation or surgical dressing in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex, the British National Formulary or the British Veterinary Codex with the addition of the letters “B.P.”, “B.P.C.”, “B.N.F.” or “B.Vet. C.”, as the case may be.

(3)           For the purposes aforesaid it shall, in the case of a preparation containing a poison specified in the first column of the Sixth Schedule to this Order, be sufficient, notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) of this Article, to state the name of the poison or substance mentioned in the second column of the said Schedule in respect of which the proportion of the poison to the total ingredients of the preparation is in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (2) of Article 18 of this Order expressed.

(4)           For the purposes aforesaid it shall, in the case of a preparation derived from nux vomica or from opium and containing one or more alkaloids of nux vomica or of opium named in the Poisons List, be sufficient, notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) of this Article, to state the name of strychnine or morphine, as the case may be, or one of the names or abbreviated names of strychnine or morphine, as the case may be, set out at the head of the monographs in the British Pharmacopoeia, the British Pharmaceutical Codex or the British Veterinary Codex.

(5)           In this Article, “the General Medical Council” means the council established under the Medical Act, 1956, of the United Kingdom (Ch. 71).

ARTICLE 20

LABELLING OF PARTICULARS AS TO PROPORTION OF THE POISON

(1)           For the purposes of sub-paragraph (c)(ii) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law28 (which requires preparations containing poisons to be labelled with the prescribed particulars as to the proportion of poison therein) the-label of the container of any preparation containing a poison as one of its ingredients shall, subject as hereinafter provided, include a statement of the proportion which the poison bears to the total ingredients of the preparation.

(2)           In the case of a preparation containing a poison specified in the first column of the Sixth Schedule to this Order it shall be sufficient to state on the label the particulars specified in the second column of that Schedule against the description of the poison.

(3)           In the case of a preparation derived from nux vomica or from opium and containing one or more alkaloids of nux vomica or of opium named in the Poisons List, it shall be sufficient, so far as those alkaloids are concerned, to state on the label the proportion of strychnine or of morphine, as the case may be, contained in the preparation.

(4)           In the case of a substance, preparation or surgical dressing which is named in accordance with paragraph (2) of Article 1 of this Order, it shall not be necessary to state on the label the proportion of the poison contained in the substance, preparation or surgical dressing and, in the case of any dilution, concentration or admixture of such a substance or preparation, it shall be sufficient to state the proportion which the substance or preparation bears to the total ingredients of the dilution, concentration or admixture.

(5)           Where the poison is in tablets, pills, cachets, capsules, lozenges or similar articles, or in ampoules, it shall be sufficient to state on the label of the box or other covering in which the articles are enclosed the number of articles and the amount of the poison, or in the case of such a preparation as is mentioned in paragraph (4) of this Article, the amount of the preparation contained in each article.

(6)           Where any proportion is stated as a percentage, the statement shall indicate whether the percentage is calculated on the basis of weight in weight, weight in volume, or volume in volume.

ARTICLE 21

INDICATION OF CHARACTER OF THE POISON

(1)           In pursuance of sub-paragraph (c) (iii) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law29 (which requires the containers of poisons to be labelled with the word “Poison” or other prescribed indication of character), the container of any article specified in the Seventh Schedule to this Order shall, instead of being labelled with the word “Poison”, be labelled with the words specified in the said Schedule as applicable to that article.

(2)           The said words specified as aforesaid or the word “Poison”, as the case may be, must not be modified in meaning by the addition of any other words or marks, and –

(a)    in the case of a substance included in the First Schedule to this Order, must either be in red lettering or be set against a red background; and

(b)    in all cases must either be on a separate label or be surrounded by a line within which there must be no other words except words with which the container of the poison is required to be labelled under the Law or this Order.

ARTICLE 22

SPECIAL CAUTIONS IN THE CASE OF CERTAIN ARTICLES

(1)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply any poison –

(a)    in the case of a liquid other than a medicine, contained in a bottle of a capacity of not more than one hundred and twenty fluid ounces, unless the bottle is labelled with the words “Not to be taken”;

(b)    in the case of an embrocation, liniment, lotion, liquid antiseptic or other liquid medicine for external application, unless the container is labelled with the name of the article and the words “For external use only”.

(2)           It shall not be lawful to sell or supply any compressed hydrocyanic acid unless the container is labelled with the words “Warning. This container holds poisonous gas and should only be opened and used by persons having expert knowledge of the precautions to be taken in its use”.

(3)           This Article shall be in addition to the other requirements of the Law and of this Order with respect to labelling and shall apply to transactions exempted by Article 17 of the Law,30 but shall not apply to the sale or supply of poisons to be exported to purchasers outside the Island.

ARTICLE 23

NAME OF SELLER AND ADDRESS OF PREMISES

(1)           The provisions of sub-paragraph (c)(iv) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law31 (which requires the container of a poison to be labelled with the name of the seller and the address of the premises on which it was sold) shall not apply in the case of an article sold for the purposes of being sold again in the same container.

(2)           The requirements of sub-paragraph (c) (iv) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law31shall be deemed to be satisfied, in the case of a poison supplied from a warehouse or depot, if the container of the poison is labelled with the address of the supplier’s principal place of business or, in the case of a limited liability company, of the registered office of the company.

(3)           Where any poison is sold in a container and outer covering, being the container and covering in which it was obtained by the seller, it shall be sufficient if the name of the seller and the address of the premises on which it was sold appear only on the outer covering.

(4)           Where the names of more than one person or more than one address appear on any label, there must also be words on the label indicating clearly which person is the seller and at which of the addresses the poison was sold.

ARTICLE 24

FORM OF CONTAINERS

(1)           It shall not be lawful to sell, whether wholesale or retail, or supply any poison unless –

(a)    it is contained in a container impervious to the poison and sufficiently stout to prevent leakage arising from the ordinary risks of handling and transport; and

(b)    in the case of a liquid contained in a bottle of a capacity of not more than [forty fluid ounces (1136 millilitres)]32 not being –

(i)      a medicine made up ready for the internal treatment of human or animal ailments; or

(ii)     a local anaesthetic for injection in the treatment of human or animal ailments; or

(iii)    a sterile ophthalmic solution in a single dose sterile bottle enclosed in a sealed container;

the outer surface of the bottle is fluted vertically with ribs or grooves recognisable by touch.

(2)           S3ub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (1) of this Article shall apply to transactions exempted by Article 17 of the Law,33 and sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this Article shall not apply to the sale or supply of poisons to be exported to purchasers outside the Island or the sale or supply of poisons to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research or chemical analysis, for the purposes of that education or research or analysis.

 

Storage and Transport

ARTICLE 25

STORAGE OF POISONS

(1)           It shall not be lawful to store any poison except in a container impervious to the poison and sufficiently stout to prevent leakage from the container arising from the ordinary risks of handling.

(2)           It shall not be lawful to store any substance included in the First Schedule to this Order in any retail shop or premises used in connexion therewith unless the substance is stored –

(a)    in a cupboard or drawer reserved solely for the storage of poisons; or

(b)    in a part of the premises which is partitioned off or otherwise separated from the remainder of the premises and to which customers are not permitted to have access; or

(c)    on a shelf reserved solely for the storage of poisons and –

(i)      no food is kept directly under the shelf; and

(ii)     the container of the substance is distinguishable by touch from the containers of articles and substances other than poisons stored upon the same premises:

Provided that, in the case of any such substance to be used in agriculture or horticulture, it shall not be lawful to store the substance on any shelf, or in any such part of the premises as aforesaid if food is kept in that part, or in any cupboard or drawer unless the cupboard or drawer is reserved solely for the storage of poisons to be used as aforesaid.

ARTICLE 26

TRANSPORT OF POISONS

It shall not be lawful to consign any poison for transport unless it is sufficiently stoutly packed to avoid leakage arising from the ordinary risks of handling and transport.

ARTICLE 27

SPECIAL PROVISIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE TRANSPORT OF POISONS SPECIFIED IN THE EIGHTH SCHEDULE

(1)           It shall not be lawful to consign for transport by carrier any poison included in the Eighth Schedule to this Order unless the outside of the package containing the article is labelled conspicuously with the name or description of the poison as set forth in the said Schedule and a notice indicating that it is to be kept separate from food and from empty containers in which food has been contained.

(2)           It shall not be lawful for any person knowingly to transport any such poison as aforesaid, either on his own behalf or for another person, in any vehicle in which food is being transported, unless the food is carried in a part of the vehicle effectively separated from that containing the poison, or is otherwise adequately protected from the risk of contamination.

(3)           This Article shall not apply with respect to medicines.

 

Special Provisions with respect to Hospitals

ARTICLE 28

SUPPLY OF MEDICINES TO OUT-PATIENTS FROM CERTAIN HOSPITALS ETC

(1)           The provisions of Part III of the Law34 and of this Order, except the provisions of Article 21, shall not apply with respect to –

(a)    any medicine for the treatment of human ailments dispensed from a hospital, infirmary or dispensary maintained by any public authority, or out of public funds, or by a charity;

(b)    any medicine for the treatment of animals supplied from a veterinary hospital which is under the superintendence of a registred veterinary surgeon;

if the requirements contained in the following provisions of this Article are satisfied in relation thereto.

(2)           The medicine must not be supplied except by, or on and in accordance with a prescription of, a registered medical practitioner for the purposes of medical treatment, or a registered dentist for the purposes of dental treatment, or a registered veterinary surgeon for the purposes of animal treatment.

(3)           In a case where a substance included in the First Schedule to this Order is supplied, a record must be kept on the premises in such a way that there can readily be traced at any time during a period of two years after the date on which the substance was supplied the following particulars: -

(a)    the name and quantity of the poison supplied; and

(b)    the date on which the poison was supplied; and

(c)    the name and address of the person to whom the poison was supplied; and

(d)    the name of the person who supplied the poison or who gave the prescription upon which it was supplied:

[Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to a medicine supplied on and in accordance with a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner under and in accordance with the Health Insurance (Jersey) Law, 1967,35 as amended.36]37

(4)           The container of the medicine must be labelled –

(a)    with a designation and address sufficient to identify the hospital, infirmary or dispensary from which it was supplied;

(b)    except in the case of a medicine made up ready for treatment, with the word “Poison”;

(c)    in the case of a poison supplied from a veterinary hospital, with the words “For animal treatment only”;

and in the case of a medicine to which Article 22 of this Order applies the requirements of that Article shall be satisfied in addition to the requirements aforesaid.

ARTICLE 29

SUPPLY OF MEDICINES FOR USE IN HOSPITALS ETC

(1)           This Article and Article 30 of this Order apply to any hospital, infirmary, dispensary, clinic, nursing home or other institution at which human ailments are treated (in the said Articles referred to as “an institution”).

(2)           In any institution in which medicines are dispensed in a dispensing or pharmaceutical department in charge of a person appointed for that purpose, no medicine containing a poison shall be issued from that department for use in the wards, operating theatres or other sections of the institution, except in accordance with the requirements contained in the following provisions of this Article.

(3)           The medicines must not be issued except upon a written order signed by a registered medical practitioner, registered dentist or by a sister or nurse in charge of a ward, theatre or other section of the institution:

Provided that in a case of emergency a medicine containing a poison may be issued, notwithstanding that no such written order is produced, on an undertaking by the person ordering the medicine to furnish such a written order within twenty-four hours next following.

(4)           The container of the medicine must be labelled –

(a)    with words describing its contents; and

(b)    in the case of substances included in the First Schedule to this Order, with a distinguishing mark or other indication indicating that the poison is to be stored in a cupboard reserved solely for the storage of poisons and other dangerous substances.

[ARTICLE 29A

SUPPLY OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES

(1)           The provisions of Part III of the Law38 and of this Order shall not apply with respect to any oral contraceptive supplied –

(a)    from a family planning clinic, if the requirements contained in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this Article are satisfied in relation thereto; or

(b)    by a duly qualified medical practitioner otherwise than from a family planning clinic; or

[(c)   by an authorized seller of poisons, if the requirements contained in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this Article are satisfied in relation thereto and if the supply is effected by or under the supervision of a registered pharmacist on premises duly registered under Part II of the Law.39]40

(2)           An oral contraceptive must not be supplied from a family planning clinic [or by an authorized seller of poisons]41 except on and in accordance with a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner.

(3)           The container of an oral contraceptive supplied from a family planning clinic [or by an authorized seller of poisons] 41 must be labelled with words describing its contents and with a designation and address sufficient to identify the family planning clinic [or registered premises, as the case may be] 41 from which it was supplied.

(4)           In this Article, “family planning clinic” means a health centre, dispensary or clinic which is maintained by any public authority or by a charity or by an institution approved for the purposes of sub-paragraph (d) of Article 18 of the Law42 by an Order made thereunder, and at which contraceptive substances are supplied.]43

ARTICLE 30

STORAGE OF POISONS IN INSTITUTIONS

(1)           In any institution in which medicines are dispensed in a dispensing or pharmaceutical department in the charge of a person appointed for that purpose, all poisons other than those issued for use shall be stored in that department.

(2)           In any institution to which paragraph (1) of this Article does not apply, all poisons other than those issued for use shall be stored –

(a)    in the charge of a person appointed for the purpose by the governing body or person in control of the institution;

(b)    otherwise than on an open shelf, unless the container of the poison is distinguishable by touch from containers of substances other than poisons kept on the same premises; and

(c)    in the case of substances included in the First Schedule to this Order shall be stored either in a cupboard or drawer or on a shelf reserved solely for the storage of poisons.

(3)           In every institution every substance included in the First Schedule to this Order kept in a ward shall be stored in a cupboard reserved solely for the storage of poisons and other dangerous substances.

(4)           All places in which poisons are kept in an institution shall be inspected at intervals of not more than three months by a pharmacist or other person appointed for the purpose by the governing body or person in control of the institution.

 

Miscellaneous

ARTICLE 31

MANUFACTURE OF PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS

In all establishments in which pharmaceutical preparations containing any poison are manufactured for the purpose of the internal treatment of human ailments, the preparation must be manufactured by, or under the supervision of, a registered pharmacist or a person having one of the following qualifications in chemistry –

(a)    the Fellowship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry;

(b)    the Associateship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry:

Provided that this Rule shall not apply to –

(i)      the manufacture by, or under the supervision of, a registered medical practitioner of preparations containing insulin, the active principles of pituitary, suprarenal or thyroid glands or the salts of the active principles of thyroid gland;

(ii)     the manufacture of any preparation by, or under the supervision of, a person who, for a period of at least three years before the first day of October, 1964, was continuously engaged in the manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations containing poisons and prepared for the internal treatment of human ailments, and has furnished to the Committee an affidavit to that effect.

ARTICLE 32

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF SETS OF PREMISES IN REGISTER OF PREMISES, AND FORM OF REGISTER.

(1)           Every application made to the Committee in pursuance of Article 13 of the Law44 for the registration of any set of premises in the register of premises shall be in the form set out in the Ninth Schedule to this Order.

(2)           The register of premises shall be in the form set out in the Tenth Schedule to this Order.

ARTICLE 33

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR ENTRY OF NAME IN LIST KEPT IN PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE 19(1) OF THE LAW, AND FORM OF LIST

(1)           Every application made to the Committee for the entry of a name in the list kept in pursuance of paragraph (1) of Article 19 of the Law,45 being a list of persons entitled, subject to the provisions of the Law and of this Order, to sell poisons included in Part II of the Poisons List, shall be made in the form set out in the Eleventh Schedule to this Order.

(2)           The said list shall be in the form set out in the Twelfth Schedule to this Order.

ARTICLE 34

CERTIFICATES OF PERSONS TO WHOM POISONS MAY BE SOLD

(1)           A certificate given for the purposes of sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law,46 being a certificate certifying a person to be a person to whom a poison may properly be sold, shall be in the form, and shall contain the particulars, set out in the Thirteenth Schedule to this Order.

(2)           All householders are hereby authorized to give such certificates as aforesaid:

Provided that a certificate given by a householder who is not known to the seller of the poison to be a responsible person of good character shall not be a sufficient certificate for the purposes of the said sub-paragraph (a) unless it is endorsed in the manner specified in the said Thirteenth Schedule by a Constable or Centenier of the parish in which the householder resides.

(3)           On any sale of a poison upon such a certificate as aforesaid, the certificate shall be retained by the seller.

ARTICLE 35

FORM OF RECORD OF SALES

The particulars of sales of poisons which are required by sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (2) of Article 16 of the Law47 to be entered in a book shall be entered in the form set out in the Fourteenth Schedule to this Order.

ARTICLE 36

PRESERVATION OF RECORDS

All books kept for the purposes of Part III of the Law48 shall be preserved on the premises on which the sales recorded therein were made for a period of two years from the date on which the last entry was made therein.

ARTICLE 37

REVOCATION

(1)           The enactments specified in the Nineteenth Schedule to this Order are hereby revoked.

(2)           Notwithstanding anything in paragraph (1) of this Article –

(a)    any authority or certificate issued or deemed to have been issued before the coming into operation of this Order under Article 16 of the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1964,49 as amended,50 and still in force shall continue in force for the same time as if this Order had not been made and shall be deemed to have been issued under the corresponding provision of Article 17 of this Order;

(b)    any record required to be kept under paragraph (3) of Article 27 of that Order and book required under Article 35 of that Order to be preserved in accordance therewith shall be kept or preserved in the same manner and for the same period as if this Order had not been made.

ARTICLE 38

CITATION AND COMMENCEMENT

This Order may be cited as the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1968, and shall come into force on the twelfth day of August, 1968.

By Order of the Public Health Committee,

 

A.D. LE BROCQ,

 

Greffier of the States.

29th July, 1968.


SCHEDULES

[FIRST SCHEDULE

(Articles 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 21, 25, 28, 29 and 30).

Substances included in the Poisons List to which special restrictions apply unless exempted by Article 10

Acetorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Acetyldihydrocodeine; its salts.

Alcuronium chloride.

Alkaloids, the following; their quaternary compounds; any salts, simple or complex, of any substance falling within the following:  -

Aconite, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.02 per cent. of the alkaloids of aconite.

Atropine except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent. of atropine or not more than one per cent. of atropine methonitrate.

Belladonna, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent. of the alkaloids of belladonna calculated as hyoscyamine.

Brucine except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of brucine.

Calabar bean, alkaloids of.

Coca, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of the alkaloids of coca.

Cocaine except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of cocaine.

Codeine; its esters and ethers; except substances containing less than 1.5 per cent. of codeine.

Coniine except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of coniine.

Cotarnine except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent of cotarnine.

Curare, alkaloids of; curare bases.

Ecgonine; its esters and ethers; except substances containing less than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent. of ecgonine.

Emetine except substances containing less than one per cent of emetine.

Ephedrine; its optical insomers; except when contained in liquid preparations or preparations not intended for the internal treatment of human ailments and except solid preparations containing less than ten per cent. of ephedrine or its optical isomers otherwise than in an inert diluent.

Gelsemium, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of the alkaloids of gelsemium.

Homatropine except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent. of homatropine.

Hyoscine except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent of hyoscine.

Hyoscyamine except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent. of hyoscyamine.

Jaborandi, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.5 per cent. of the alkaloids of jaborandi.

Lobelia, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.5 per cent. of the alkaloids of lobelia.

Morphine; its esters and ethers; except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of morphine calculated as anhydrous morphine.

Nicotine.

Papaverine except substances containing less than one per cent. of papaverine.

Pomegranate, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.5 per cent. of the alkaloids of pomegranate.

Quebracho, alkaloids of.

Sabadilla, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than one per cent. of the alkaloids of sabadilla.

Solanaceous alkaloids, not otherwise included in this Schedule, except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent. of solanaceous alkaloids calculated as hyoscyamine.

Stavesacre, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of the alkaloids of stavesacre.

Strychnine, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of strychnine.

Thebaine except substances containing less than one per cent. of thebaine.

Veratrum, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than one per cent. of the alkaloids of veratrum.

Yohimba, alkaloids of.

Allylisopropylacetylurea.

Allylprodine; its salts.

Alphameprodine; its salts.

Alphaprodine; its salts.

[Aluminium phosphide]51

Amino-alcohols esterified with benzoic acid, phenylacetic acid, phenylpropionic acid, cinnamic acid or the derivatives of these acids, except substances containing less than ten per cent. of esterified amino-alcohols and except procaine when in a preparation containing any substance to which the Therapeutic Substances (Prevention of Misuse) (Jersey) Law, 1953, for the time being applies; their salts.

Anileridine; its salts.

Antimonial poisons except substances containing less than the equivalent of one per cent. of antimony trioxide.

Apomorphine; its salts; except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of apomorphine.

Arsenical poisons except substances containing less than the equivalent of 0.01 per cent. of arsenic trioxide and except dentrifices containing less than 0.5 per cent. of acetarsol.

Barbituric acid; its salts; derivatives of barbituric acid; their salts; compounds of barbituric acid, its salts, its derivatives, their salts, with any other substance.

Barium, salts of.

Benzethidine; its salts.

Benzoylmorphine; its salts.

Benzylmorphine; its salts.

Betameprodine; its salts.

Betaprodine; its salts.

Busulphan; its salts.

Cannabis; the resin of cannabis, extracts of cannabis; tinctures of cannabis; cannabin tannate.

Cantharidin except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of cantharidin.

Cantharidates except substances containing less than the equivalent of 0.01 per cent. of cantharidin.

Carbachol.

Carperidine; its salts.

Chloroform, except substances containing not more than 5 per cent. of chloroform or when in preparations not intended for the internal treatment of human ailments.

[Chloropicrin]52

Clonitazene; its salts.

4-Cyano-2-dimethylamino-4, 4-diphenylbutane; its salts.

4-Cyano-1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine; its salts.

Dehydroemetine; its salts.

Demecarium bromide.

Desomorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Dextromethorphan; its salts; except substances containing less than 1.5 per cent. of dextromethorphan.

Dextromoramide; its salts.

Dextrorphan; its salts.

Diacetylmorphine; its salts.

Diacetylnalorphine; its salts.

Diampromide; its salts.

Digitalis, glycosides and other active principles of, except substances containing less than one unit of activity (as defined in the British Pharmacopaeia) in two grammes of the substance.

Dihydrocodeine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Dihydrocodeinone; its salts.

Dihydromorphine; its salts; its esters; their salts.

Dimenoxadole; its salts.

Dimepheptanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base; except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinitronaphthols; dinitrophenols: dinitrothymols.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dioxaphetyl butyrate; its salts.

Diphenoxylate; its salts; except (a) pharmaceutical preparations in solid or liquid form containing not more than 2.5 milligrammes of diphenoxylate calculated as base and not less than 25 microgrammes of atropine calculated as atropine sulphate per dosage unit and containing no other substance to which any Part of the Dangerous Drugs (Jersey) Law, 1954, applies and (b) liquid preparations containing 0.5 milligrammes diphenoxylate hydrochloride, 0.005 milligrammes atropine sulphate, 0.16 millilitres ethylalcohol, 0.002 millilitres imitation cherry flavour, 0.45 millilitres glycerine, 0.4 millilitres sorbital solution (70 per cent.), 0.01 milligrammes red dye colour index No. 14700 (F.D. 4C.Red No. 4), 0.0008 millilitres water.

Dipipanone; its salts.

Disulfiram.

Dithienylallylamines; dithienylalkylallylamines; their salts.

Dyflos.

Ecothiopate iodine.

Embutramide.

Endosulfan.

Endothal; its salts.

Endrin.

Ethylmorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts; except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of ethylmorphine.

Etonitazene; its salts.

Etorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Etoxeridine; its salts.

Fentanyl; its salts.

Fluanisone.

Fluoroacetamide; fluoroacetanilide.

Furethidine; its salts.

Gallamine; its salts; its quaternary compounds.

Guanidines, the following:  -

polymethylene diguanidines; di-p-anisyl-p-phenetyl-guanidine.

Hydrocyanic acid except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent., weight in weight, of hydrocyanic acid (HCN); cyanides, other than ferrocyanides and ferricyanides, except substances containing less than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent., weight in weight, of hydrocyanic acid (HCN).

Hydromorphinol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Hydromorphone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Hydroxycinchoninic acids; derivatives of; their salts; their esters; except substances containing less than three per cent. of a hydroxycinchoninic acid or a derivative thereof.

Hydroxypethidine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Hydroxyurea.

Isomethadone (isoamidone); its salts.

Ketobemidone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Laudexium; its salts.

Lead, compounds of, with acids from fixed oils.

Levomethorphan; its salts.

Levomoramide; its salts.

Levophenacylmorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Levorphanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Mannomustine; its salts.

Mebezonium iodide.

Mercaptopurine; its salts; derivatives of mercaptopurine; their salts.

Mercuric chloride except substances containing less than one per cent. of mercuric chloride; mercuric iodide except substances containing less than two per cent. of mercuric iodide; nitrates of mercury except substances containing less than the equivalent of three per cent., weight in weight, of mercury (Hg); potassiomercuric iodides except substances containing less than the equivalent of one per cent. of mercuric iodide; organic compounds of mercury except substances, not being aerosols, containing less than the equivalent of 0.2 per cent., weight in weight, of mercury (Hg).

Mescaline, and other derivatives of phenethylamine formed by substitution in the aromatic ring; their salts.

Metazocine; its salts; its esters and ethers; its salts.

Methadone (amidone); its salts.

Methadyl acetate; its salts.

Methyldesorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Methyldihydromorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

2-Methyl-3-morplolino-1, 1-diphenylpropanecarboxylic acid; its salts; its esters.

1-Methyl-4-phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid; esters of; their salts.

Metopon; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Monofluoroacetic acid; its salts.

Morpheridine; its salts.

Mustine and any other N -substituted derivative of di-(2-chloroethyl) amine; their salts.

Myrophine; its salts.

Nalorphine; its salts.

Nicocodine; its salts.

m -Nitrophenol; o -nitrophenol; p-nitrophenol.

Noracymethadol; its salts.

Norcodeine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Norlevorphanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Normethadone; its salts.

Normorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Norpipanone.

Nux Vomica except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of strychnine.

Opium except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent. of morphine calculated as anhydrous morphine.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

Ouabain.

Oxycodone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Oxymorphone; its salts.

[Paraquat, salts of]53

Phenacemide.

Phenadoxone; its salts.

Phenampromide; its salts.

Phenazocine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Phencyclidine; its salts.

Phemorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Phenoperidine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

2-Phenylcinchoninic acid; 2-salicylcinchoninic acid; their salts; their esters.

4-Phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid ethyl ester; its salts.

Pholcodine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts; except substances containing less than 1.5 per cent. of pholcodine.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton.

Azinphos-ethyl.

Azinphos-methyl.

Chlorfenvinphos except sheep dips containing not more than ten per cent., weight in weight, of chlorfenvinphos.

Demeton-O.

Demeton-S.

Demeton-O-methyl.

Demeton-S-methyl.

Dichlorvos.

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate.

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate.

Dimefox.

Disulfoton.

Ethion.

Ethyl-p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate.

Mazidox.

Mecarbam.

[Medthidathion]54

Mevinphos.

Mipafox.

Oxydemeton-methyl.

Parathion.

Phenkapton.

Phorate.

Phosphamidon.

Schradan.

Sulfotep.

TEPP (HETP).

Thionazin.

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide.

Vamidothion.

Pricrotoxin.

Piminodine; its salts.

Piritramide; its salts.

Polymethylenebistrimethylammonium salts.

Proheptazine; its salts.

Propoxyphene; its salts.

Racemethorphan; its salts.

Racemoramide; its salts.

Racemorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts.

Savin, oil of.

Strophanthus, glycosides of.

Thallium; salts of

Thebacon; its salts.

Tretamine; its salts.

Triaziquone.

Trimeperidine; its salts.

Zinc phosphide.]55


SECOND SCHEDULE

(Article 5)

Poisons exempted from labelling provisions when sold or supplied in certain circumstances

Alkali fluorides.

Ammonia.

Antimony, chlorides of; oxides of antimony; sulphides of antimony; antimonates; antimonites.

Chloroform.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC).

Dinitronaphthols; dinitrophenols.

Formaldehyde.

Formic acid.

Glyceryl trinitrate.

Hydrochloric acid.

Hydrofluoric acid; sodium silicofluoride.

Lead acetates; compounds of lead with acids from fixed oils.

Mercuric chloride; mercuric iodide; organic compounds of mercury.

Mercury, oxides of; nitrates of mercury.

Nitric acid.

Nitrobenzene.

m -Nitrophenol; o -nitrophenol; p-nitrophenol.

Oxalic acid; metallic oxalates.

Phenols; compounds of phenol with a metal.

Phosphorus, yellow.

Picric acid.

Potassium hydroxide.

Sodium hydroxide.

Sulphuric acid.


THIRD SCHEDULE

(Article 11)

Articles exempted from the provisions of the Law and of this Order

GROUP I

GENERAL EXEMPTIONS

Adhesives; anti-fouling compositions; builders’ materials; ceramics; distempers; electrical valves; enamels; explosives; fillers; fireworks; fluorescent lamps; glazes; glue; inks; lacquer solvents; loading materials; matches; motor fuels and lubricants; paints other than pharmaceutical paints; photographic paper; pigments; plastics; propellants; rubber; varnishes; vascular plants and their seeds.

GROUP II

SPECIAL EXEMPTIONS

 

Poison

 

Substance or article in which exempted

Acetanilide; alkyl acetanilides

 

Substances not being preparations for the treatment of human ailments.

Alkaloids, the following:  -Brucine

 

Surgical spirit containing not more than 0.015 per cent. of brucine.

Emetine

 

Ipecacuanha; extracts and tinctures of ipecacuanha; substances containing less than 0.05 per cent. of emetine.

Ephedra, alkaloids of

 

Substances containing less than one per cent. of the alkaloids of ephedra.

Jaborandi, alkaloids of

 

Substances containing less than 0.025 per cent. of the alkaloids of jaborandi.

Lobelia, alkaloids of

 

Preparations for the relief of asthma in the form of cigarettes, smoking mixtures or fumigants; substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of the alkaloids of lobelia.

Nicotine

 

Tobacco; preparations con-taining not more than 7.5 per cent. of nicotine, weight in weight, aerosols containing not more than 0.2 per cent. of nicotine, weight in weight.

Pomegranate, alkaloids of

 

Pomegranate bark.

Solanaceous alkaloids

 

Stramonium contained in preparations for the relief of asthma in the form of cigarettes, smoking mixtures or fumigants.

Stavesacre, alkaloids of

 

Soaps; ointments; lotions for external use.

p-Aminobenzenesulphonamide; its salts; derivatives of p-aminobenzenesulphonamide having any of the hydrogen atoms of the p-amino group or of the sulphonamide group substituted by another radical; their salts

 

Feeding stuffs containing not more than 0.5 per cent. of total sulphonamides; sulphaquinoxaline when contained, to a concentration not exceeding 0.5 per cent., in preparations for the destruction of rats and mice.

Ammonia

 

Substances not being solutions of ammonia or preparations containing solutions of ammonia; substances containing less than five per cent., weight in weight of ammonia (NH3); refrigerators; smelling bottles.

Androgenic, oestrogenic and progestational substances, the following:  -

 

Preparations intended for external application only, except preparations containing not more than four milligrammes of oestrogenic substance per hundred grammes of inert substance; feeding stuffs containing hexoestrol or stilboestrol or both and not containing any other androgenic, oestrogenic or progestational substance.

Bensoestrol

Derivatives of stilbene, dibenzyl or naphthalene with oestrogenic activity; their esters

Steroid compounds with androgenic or oestrogenic or progestational activity; their esters

 

 

Anti-histamine substances, the following; their salts; their molecular compounds:  -

 

 

 

 

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Preparations intended for external application only and preparations containing not more than one per cent. of anti-histamine substances for application in the nose or eye.

Antazoline

Bromodiphenhydramine

Buclizine

Carbinoxamine

Chlorcyclizine

Chlorpheniramine

Cinnarizine

Clemizole

Cyclizine

3-Di-n -butylaminomethy1-4, 5, 6-trihydroxyphthalide

Diphenhydramine

Diphenylpyraline

Doxylamine

Isothipendyl

Mebhydrolin

Meclozine

Phenindamine

Pheniramine

Phenyltoloxamine

Promethazine

Pyrrobutamine

Thenalidine

Tolpropamine

Triprolidine

Substances being tetra-N -substituted-N - derivatives of ethyl-enediamine or propylenediamine

Antimony, chlorides of

 

Polishes.

Arsenical poisons

 

Pyrites ores or sulphuric acid containing arsenical poisons as natural impurities; poultry or pig feeding stuffs containing not more than 0.005 per cent. of 4-hydroxy-3-nitrophenylarsonic acid and not containing any other arsenical poison.

Barbituric acid; its salts; derivatives of barbituric acid; their salts; compounds and barbituric acid; its salts; its derivatives; their salts, with any other substance

 

Self-heating preparations in aerosol dispensers intended for external application only, containing 1, 5-diethyl-2-thio-4, 6-pyrimidinedione and not containing any other substance mentioned opposite hereto in the first column.

Barium, salts of

 

Witherite other than finely ground witherite; barium carbonate bonded to charcoal for case hardening; fire extinguishers containing barium chloride.

Carbarsone

 

Poultry feeding stuffs containing not more than 0.0375 per cent. of carbarsone.

Chloroform

 

Substances containing less than one per cent. of chloroform; solid preparations; toothpaste.

Creosote obtained from wood

 

Substances containing less than fifty per cent. of creosote obtained from wood.

Diamines, the following; their salts:  - phenylene diamines; tolylene diamines; other alkylated-benzene diamines

 

Substances other than preparations for the dyeing of hair.

Dimitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base.

 

Substances being neither preparations for the treatment of human ailments nor preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinitrophenols

 

Substances not being preparations for the treatment of human ailments.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base

 

Substances not being preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base

 

Substances not being preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Diperodon; its salts

 

Preparations intended for external application only, containing not more than one per cent. of diperodon, calculated as anhydrous base.

Disulfiram

 

Substances not being preparations for the treatment of human ailments.

Formaldehyde

 

Substances containing less than five per cent., weight in weight, of formaldehyde (H.CHO); photographic glazing or hardening solutions.

Formic acid

 

Substances containing less than five per cent., weight in weight, of formic acid (H.COOH).

[Hexachlorophane

 

Animal medicines for oral administration to sheep and cattle for the treatment of liver fluke; all other animal medicines (except aerosols) containing up to 0.75 per cent. of hexachlorophane; soaps and shampoos for animal use containing up to 2 per cent of hexachlorophane]56

Hydrochloric acid

 

Substances containing less than nine per cent., weight in weight, of hydrochloric acid (HC1).

Hydrocyanic acid

 

Preparations of wild cherry.

Lead acetate

 

Substances containing less than four per cent. of lead acetate.

Lead, compounds of

 

Machine-spread plasters.

Mercuric chloride

 

Batteries.

Mercuric chloride; mercuric iodide; organic compounds of mercury

 

Dressings on seeds or bulbs.

Mercury, nitrates of

 

Ointments containing less than the equivalent of three per cent., weight in weight, of mercury (Hg).

Mercury, oxides of

 

Canker and wound paints (for trees) containing not more than three per cent., weight in weight, of yellow mercuric oxide.

Mescaline; its salts

 

Living plants.

Nitric acid

 

Substances containing less than nine per cent., weight in weight, of nitric acid (HNO3).

Nitrobenzene

 

Substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of nitro-benzene; soaps containing less than one per cent. of nitrobenzene; polishes.

p-Nitrobenzyl cyanide

 

Photographic solutions containing less than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent., weight in weight, of hydrocyanic acid (HCN).

p-Nitrophenol

 

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture containing not more than 0.5 per cent. of p-nitrophenol as preservative.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

 

 

Compounds of fentin

 

Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Oxalic acid; metallic oxalates

 

Laundry blue; polishes; cleaning powders or scouring products, containing the equivalent of not more than ten per cent. of oxalic acid dihydrate.

Paraquat, salts of

 

Preparations in pellet form containing not more than five per cent. of salts of paraquat calculated as paraquat ion.

Phenols

 

Carvacrol

 

creosote obtained from coal tar;

 

essential oils in which phenols occur naturally;

 

medicines containing less than one per cent. of phenols;

 

nasal sprays, mouth washes, pastilles, lozenges, capsules, pessaries, ointments or suppositories containing less than 2.5 per cent. of phenols;

 

smelling bottles;

 

soaps for washing;

 

solid substances, other than pastilles, lozenges, capsules, pessaries, ointments and suppositories, containing less than sixty per cent. of phenols;

 

tar (coal or wood), crude or refined;

 

p-tertiary -amylphenol;

 

tertiary -butylcresol;

 

p-tertiary -butylphenol;

 

p-(1, 1, 3, 3-tetramethylbutyl)

 

phenol;

 

thymol.

Phenyl mercuric salts

 

Toilet, cosmetic and therapeutic preparations containing not more than 0.01 per cent. of phenyl mercuric salts as a preservative; antiseptic dressings on tooth-brushes; in textiles containing not more than 0.01 per cent. of phenyl mercuric salts as a bacteriostat and fungicide.

Phosphoric acid

 

Substances containing phosphoric acid, not being descaling preparations containing more than fifty per cent., weight in weight, of orthophosphoric acid.

Phosphorus, compounds, the following:  -

 

 

Amiton

Azinphos-ethyl

Azinphos-methyl

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Chlorfenvinphos

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Substances other than preparations not being granular preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Demeton-O

Demeton-S

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dichlorvos

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture, not being preparations in –

(a)

impregnated materials containing not more than twenty per cent., weight in weight, of dichlorvos in a resinous or plastic base, or

(b)

aerosols containing not more than 0.4 per cent., weight in weight of dichlorvos; or

(c)

thermal vaporisers containing not more than thirty per cent., weight in weight, of dichlorvos in an impregnated, fixed, rigid and porous base.

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate

Dimefox

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Disulfoton

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Substances other than preparations, not being granular preparations, for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Ethion

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl

Phenylphosphonothionate

Mazidox

Mecarbam

Mevinphos

Mipafox

Oxydemeton-methyl

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or, except in aerosol canisters containing not more than 0.25 per cent., weight in weight, of oxydemeton-methyl, for use in horticulture.

Parathion

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Substances other than preparations, not being granular preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Phenkapton

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Phorate

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Substances other than preparations, not being granular preparations, for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Phosphamidon

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Substances other than preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Schradan

Sulfotep

TEPP (HETP)

Thionazin

Triphosphoric penta-dimethylamide

Vamidothion

Picric acid

 

 

 

 

Substances containing less than five per cent. of picric acid.

Podophyllum resin

 

Preparations containing not more than 1.5 per cent., weight in weight, of podophyllum resin.

Potassium hydroxide

 

Substances containing less than twelve per cent. of potassium hydroxide; accumulators; batteries.

Procaine

 

Feeding stuffs containing any substance to which Part II of the Therapeutic Substances Act, 1956 for the time being applies.

Sodium ethyl mercurithiosali-cylate

 

Therapeutic substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. of sodium ethyl mercurithiosalicylate as a preservative.

Sodium fluoride

 

Substances containing less than three per cent. of sodium fluoride as a preservative; dentifrices containing not more than 0.3 per cent. of sodium fluoride; mouth wash tablets containing not more than 0.2 per cent. of sodium fluoride; and liquid mouth washes containing not more than 0.05 per cent. thereof.

Sodium hydroxide

 

Substances containing less than twelve per cent. of sodium hydroxide.

Sodium nitrite

 

Substances other than preparations containing more than 0.1 per cent. of sodium nitrite for the destruction of rats and mice.

Sodium silicofluoride

 

Substances containing less than three per cent. of sodium silicofluoride as a preservative.

Sulphuric acid

 

Substances containing less than nine per cent., weight in weight, of sulphuric acid (H2SO4); accumulators; batteries and sealed containers in which sulphuric acid is packed together with car batteries for use in those batteries; fire extinguishers.

In Group II in this Schedule the expression “granular preparation” in relation to a poison means a preparation –

(a)     which consists of absorbent mineral or synthetic solid particles impregnated with the poison, the size of the particles being such that not more than four per cent., weight in weight, of the preparation is capable of passing a sieve with a mesh of 250 microns, and not more than one per cent., a sieve with a mesh of 150 microns;

(b)     which has an apparent density of not less than 0.4 grammes per millilitre if compacted without pressure; and

(c)     not more than 12 per cent. of which, weight in weight, consists of the poison.]57


[FOURTH SCHEDULE

(Article 12)

Substances required to be sold by retail only upon a prescription given by a registered medical practitioner, registered dentist or registered veterinary surgeon

PART A

Alcuronium chloride.

Allylisopropylacetylurea.

Barbituric acid; its salts; derivatives of barbituric acid; their salts; compounds of barbituric acid, its salts, its derivatives, their salts, with any other substance.

Busulphan; its salts.

Demecarium bromide.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base, except preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinitronaphthols; dinitrophenols; dinitrothymols.

Disulfiram.

Dithienylallylamines; dithienylalkylallylamines; their salts; except diethylthiambutene, dimethylthiambutene and ethylmethylthiambutene.

Gallamine; its salts; its quaternary compounds.

Hydroxyurea.

Mannomustine; its salts.

Mercaptopurine; its salts; derivatives of mercaptopurine; their salts.

Mustine and any other N -substituted derivatives of di-(2-chloroethyl)amine; their salts.

Phenacemide.

Phencyclidine; its salts.

2-Phenylcinchoninic acid; 2-salicylcinchoninic acid; their salts; their esters.

Polymethylenebistrimethylammonium salts.

Tretamine; its salts.

Triaziquone.

PART B

Acetanilide; alkyl acetanilides.

Acetohexamide.

Acetylcarbromal.

[Alclofenac

Alphadolone Acetate

Alphaxalone

Amantadine Hydrochloride]58

Amidopyrine; its salts; amidopyrine sulphonates; their salts, p-Aminobenzenesulphonamide; its salts; derivatives of p-aminobenzenesulphonamide having any of the hydrogen atoms of the p-animo group or of the sulphonamide group substituted by another radical; their salts; except when contained in ointments or surgical dressings or in preparations for the prevention and treatment of diseases in poultry.

[Aminocaproic Acid]58

Aminorex; its salts.

Amitriptyline; its salts.

Androgenic, oestrogenic and progestational substances, the following:  -

Benzoestrol.

Derivatives of stilbene, dibenzyl or naphthalene with oestrogenic activity; their esters.

Steriod compounds with androgenic or oestrogenic or progestational activity; their esters.

Azacyclonol; its salts.

[Baclofen]58

Benactyzine; its salts.

[Benapryzine]58

Benzhexol; its salts.

Benztropine and its homologues; their salts.

[Betahistine dihydrochloride

Bleomycin

Bretylium Tosylate]58

Bromvaletone.

[Bumetanide]58

Captodiame; its salts.

Caramiphen; its salts; except tablets containing not more than the equivalent of 7.5 milligrammes of caramiphen base, and liquid preparations containing not more than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent. of caramiphen base.

Carbromal.

Carisoprodol.

[Chloral; its addition and its condensation products other than alpha-chloralose; their molecular compounds; except when contained, in the form of chloral hydrate, in preparations intended for external application only.]59

Chlordiazepoxide; its salts.

Chlormethiazole; its salts.

Chlorothiazide and other derivatives of benzo-1,2,4-thiadiazine-7-sulphonamide 1, 1-dioxide, whether hyrdrogenated or not.

Chlorphenoxamine; its salts.

Chlorphentermine; its salts.

Chlorpropamide; its salts.

Chlorprothixene and other derivatives of 9-methylenethiaxanthen; their salts.

Chlorthalidone and other derivatives of o -chlorobenzene sulphonamide.

[Clofazimine

Clomipramine Hydrochloride

Clonidine Hydrochloride]60

Clorexolone.

Clorprenaline; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

[Clotrimazole (except where the medicinal product is in the form of a cream)

Colaspase]60

Colchicum, alkaloids of; their salts.

Corticotrophins, natural and synthetic.

[Cropropamide

Crotethamide]60

Cyclarbamate.

[Cyclofenil]60

Cycrimine; its salts.

[Cytarabine]60

[Daunorubicin Hydrochloride]60

Desipramine; its salts.

Diazepam and other compounds containing the chemical structure of dihydro-1, 4-benzodiazepine substituted to any degree; their salts.

[Diazoxide

Diniprost]60

Diphenoxylate and its salts contained in (a) pharmaceutical preparations in solid or liquid form containing not more than 2.5 milligrammes of diphenoxylate calcuted as base and not less than 25 microgrammes of atropine calculated as atropine sulphate per dosage unit and containing no other substance to which any Part of the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1965 applies or (b) liquid preparations containing 0.5 milligrammes diphenoxylate hydrochloride, 0.005 milligrammes atropine sulphate, 0.16 millilitres ethyl alcohol, 0.002 millilitres imitation cherry flavour, 0.45 millilitres glycerine, 0.4 millilitres sorbital solution (70 per cent.), 0.01 milligrammes red dye colour index No. 14700 (F.D.4C. Red No. 4), 0.0008 millilitres water.

[Disopyramide

Distigmine Bromide

Doxorubicin]60

Ectylurea.

Emylcamate.

Ephedrine; its optical isomers; their salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Ergot, alkaloids of, whether hydrogenated or not; their homologues; any salt of any substance falling within this item.

Ethacrynic acid; its salts.

Ethchlorvynol.

Ethinamate.

Ethionamide.

Ethoheptazine; its salts.

Ethylnoradrenaline; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Fenfluramine; its salts.

Flufenamic acid; its salts; its esters; their salts.

[Fluorouracil]61

Glutethimide; its salts.

Glymidine.

Haloperidol and other 4-substituted derivatives of N -(3-p-fluoro-benzoylpropyl) piperidine.

[Heparin Calcium

Hexachlorophane; aerosols containing more than 0.1 per cent. of hexachlorophane for human and animal use; soap containing more than 2 per cent. of hexachlorophane, any medicinal product containing more than 0.75 per cent. of hexachlorophane.]61

Hexapropymate.

Hydrazines, benzyl phenethyl or phenoxyethyl; their α-methyl derivatives; acyl derivatives of any of the foregoing substances comprised in this item; salts of any compounds comprised in this item.

Hydroxy-N,N -dimethyltryptamines; their esters or ethers; any salt of any substance falling within this item.

Hydroxyzine; its salts.

[Ibuprofen]61

Imipramine; its salts.

Indomethacin; its salts.

Iprindole; its salts.

Isoetharine; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Isoprenaline; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

[Ketamine Hydrochloride

Ketoprofen

Mazindol] 61

Mebutamate.

Meclofenoxate; its salts.

Mefenamic acid; its salts; its esters; their salts.

Mephenesin; its esters.

Meprobamate.

Metaxalone.

Metformin; its salts.

Methaqualone; its salts.

Methixene; its salts.

Methocarbamol.

Methoxsalen.

Methoxyphenamine; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Methylaminoheptane; its salts, when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Methylpentynol; its esters and other derivatives.

α-Methylphenethylamine; β-methylphenethylamine and α-ethylphenethylamine; any synthetic compound structurally derived from any of those substances by substitution in the aliphatic part or by ring closure therein (or by both such substitution and such closure) or by substitution in the aromatic ring (with or without substitution at the nitrogen atom), except ephedrine and its optical isoners, N -substituted derivatives, fenfluramine, hydroxyamphetamine, methoxyphenamine, phenyl-propanolamine, pholedrine and prenylamine; any salt of any substance falling within this item.

Methyprylone.

Metoclopramide; its salts.

[Metolazone

Mithramycin]62

Mitopodozide; its salts.

[Naftidrofuryl Oxalate

Naloxone Hydrochloride

Naproxen

Natamycin

Niridazole] 62

Nortryptyline; its salts.

Orciprenaline; its salts; when contained in aerosol dispensers.

Orphenadrine; its salts.

Oxethazaine.

[Oxprenolol Hydrochloride

Oxypertine Hydrochloride] 62

Oxyphenbutazone.

Oxytocins, natural and synthetic.

[Pancuronium Bromide] 62

Paraldehyde.

Paramethadione.

Pargyline; its salts.

Pemoline; its salts.

Pentazocine; its salts.

[Phenacetin (except in substances containing less than 0.1 per cent. weight in weight, of phenacetin and except where used as a veterinary drug)] 62

Phenaglycodol.

Phenbutrazate.

Phenetidylphenacetin.

Phenformin; its salts.

Phenothiazine, derivatives of; their salts; except dimethoxanate, its salts and promethazine, its salts and molecular compounds.

Phenylbutazone; its salts.

5-Phenylhydantoin; its alkyl and aryl derivatives; their salts.

Pituitary gland, the active principles of, other than corticotrophins, oxytocins and vasopressins; except when contained in inhalants or in preparations intended for external application only.

[Practolol] 62

Procainamide; its salts.

Procarbazine; its salts.

Procyclidine; its salts.

Promoxolan.

[Propranolol Hydrochloride] 62

Propylhexedrine; its salts; except when contained in inhalers.

Prothionamide.

Prothipendyl; its salts.

Quinethazone.

Rauwolfia, alkaloids of; their salts; derivatives of the alkaloids of rauwolfia; their salts.

[Sodium Cromoglycate (except where the medical product is manufactured, sold or supplied for use by being administered through the nose)]63

Styramate.

Sulphinpyrazone.

Sulphonal; alkyl sulphonals.

Suprararenal gland medulla, the active principles of; their salts; except when contained in preparations intended for external application only or in inhalants (other than inhalants in aerosol dispensers containing adrenaline or its salts), rectal preparations or preparations intended for use in the eye.

Syrosingopine.

[Tamoxifen Citrate]63

Tetrabenazine; its salts.

Thalidomide; its salts.

Thiocarlide; its salts.

Thyroid gland, the active principles of; their salts.

[L-Pyroglutamyl-L-histidyl-L-proline amide (Thyrotrophin-releasing Hormone)]63

Tolbutamide.

[Tranexamic Acid]63

Tribromethyl alcohol.

2,2,2-Trichloroethyl alcohol, esters of; their salts.

Trimipramine; its salts.

Troxidone.

Tybamate.

Vasopressins, natural and synthetic.

Verapamil; its salts.

Zoxazolamine; its salts.]64


FIFTH SCHEDULE

(Article 14(2))

PART A

Form to which the substances specified are restricted when sold by listed sellers of Part II poisons

 

Poison

Form to which sale is restricted

[Aldicarb

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture]65

[Alpha-chloralose

Preparations intended for in-door use in the destruction of rats or mice and containing not more than four per cent., weight in weight, of alphachloralose]66

Arsenical substances –

 

Arsenious oxide

Sheep dips, sheep washes.

Arsenic sulphides

Sheep dips, sheep washes.

Calcium arsenates.

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Calcium arsenites

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides or fungicides.

Copper acetoarsenite

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides or fungicides.

Copper arsenates

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides or fungicides.

Copper arsenites

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides or fungicides.

Lead arsenates

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides or fungicides.

Sodium arsenates

Sheep dips, sheep washes.

Sodium thioarsenates

Sheep dips, sheep washes.

Barium carbonate

Preparations for the destruction of rats or mice.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Endosulfan

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Endothal; its salts

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Endrin

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Mercurial substances –

 

Mercuric chloride

Agricultural and horticultural fungicides, seed and bulb dressings, insecticides.

Mercuric iodide

Agricultural and horticultural fungicides, seed and bulb dressings.

Organic compounds of mercury

Agricultural and horticultural fungicides, seed and bulb dressings, solutions containing not more than five per cent., weight in volume, of phenyl mercuric acetate for use in swimming baths.

Metallic oxalates other than potassium quadroxalate

Photographic solutions or materials.

Nitrobenzene

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides; substances for the treatment of bee disease; ointments for the treatment of animals.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

 

Compounds of fentin

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

[Paraquat, salts of

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture]67

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

 

Amiton

Preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Azinphos-methyl

 

Azinphos-methyl

 

Chlorfenvinphos

 

Demeton-O

 

Demeton-S

 

Dichlorvos

 

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate

 

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate

 

Dimefox

 

Disulfoton

 

Ethion

 

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate

 

Mazidox

 

Mecarbam

 

[Methidathion]68

 

Mevinphos

 

Mipafox

 

Oxydemeton-methyl

 

Parathion

 

Phenkapton

 

Phorate

 

Phosphamidon

 

Schradan

 

Sulfotep

 

TEPP (HETP)

 

Thionazin

 

Triphosphoric pentadi-methylamide

 

Vamidothion

 

Zinc phosphide

Preparations for the destruction of rats or mice.

PART B

Poisons which may be sold by listed sellers of Part II poisons only to persons engaged in the trade or business of agriculture or horticulture and for the purpose of that trade or business

[Aldicarb]69

Arsenical poisons other than lead arsenates, calcium arsenates and copper acetoarsenite.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base; except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Mercuric chlorides; [mercuric]70 iodides; organic compounds of mercury; except solutions containing not more than five per cent., weight in volume, of phenyl mercuric acetate for use in swimming baths.

Organo-tin compounds, the following –

Compounds of fentin

[Paraquat, salts of] 69

Phosphorus compounds, the following –

Amiton

Azinphos-ethyl

Azinphos-methyl

Chorfenvinphos

Demeton-O

Demeton-S

Dichlorvos.

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate.

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate.

Dimefox

Disulfoton.

Ethion.

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate.

Mazidox.

Mecarbam.

[Methidathion]71

Mevinphos.

Mipafox, except in the form of a cap on a stick or wire.

Oxydemeton-methyl

Parathion.

Phenkapton.

Phorate.

Phosphamidon.

Schradan.

Sulfotep.

Thionazin.

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide.

Vamidothion.

[Sodium 4-(dimethylamino) benzenediazosulphonate]72


SIXTH SCHEDULE

(Articles 19 and 20)

Statement of particulars permitted in certain cases as to proportion of poison

 

Name of Poison

 

Particulars

Alkaloids

 

 

Aconite, alkaloids of

 

The proportion of any one alkaloid of aconite that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that all the alkaloids of aconite in the preparation were that alkaloid.

Belladonna, alkaloids of

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The same as above, with the substitution for the reference to aconite of a reference to belladonna, calabar bean or such other of the said poisons as the case may require.

Calabar bean, alkaloids of

Coca, alkaloids of

Colchicum, alkaloids of

Ephedra, alkaloids of

Ergot, alkaloids of

Gelsemium, alkaloids of

Jaborandi, alkaloids of

Lobelia, alkaloids of

Pomegranate, alkaloids of

Quebracho, alkaloids of, other than the alkaloids of red quebracho

Sabadilla, alkaloids of

Solanaceous alkaloids not otherwise included in the Poisons List

Stavesacre, alkaloids of

Veratrum, alkaloids of

Yohimba, alkaloids of

Antimonial poisons

 

The proportion of antimony trioxide (Sb2O3) or antimony pentoxide (Sb2O5) that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the antimony (Sb) in the poison had been wholly converted into antimony trioxide or antimony pentoxide as the case may be.

Arsenical poisons

 

The proportion of arsenic trioxide (As2O3) or arsenic pentoxide (As2O5) that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the arsenic (As) in the poison had been wholly converted into arsenic trioxide or arsenic pentoxide as the case may be.

Barium, salts of

 

The proportion of one particular barium salt which the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the barium in the poison had been wholly converted into that salt.

Digitalis, glycosides of; other active principles of digitalis

 

The number of units of activity as defined in the British Pharmacopoeia contained in a specified quantity of the preparation.

Hydrocyanic acid; cyanides, other than ferrocyanides and ferricyanides

 

The proportion of hydrocyanic acid (HCN) that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the cyanides in the poison had been wholly converted into hydrocyanic acid.

Insulin

 

The number of units of activity as defined in the British Pharmacopoeia contained in a specified quantity of the preparation.

Lead, compounds of, with acids from fixed oils

 

The proportion of lead oxide (PbO) that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the lead in the poison had been wholly converted into lead oxide.

Mercury, organic compounds of

 

The proportion of organically combined mercury (Hg) contained in the preparation.

Nux Vomica

 

The proportion of strychnine contained in the preparation.

Opium

 

The proportion of morphine contained in the preparation.

Phenols

 

The proportion of phenols (added together) contained in the preparation.

Compounds of a phenol with a metal

 

The proportion of phenols (added together) that the preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the compounds of phenols with a metal had been wholly converted into the corresponding phenols.

Pituitary gland, the active principles of

 

Either –

 

 

 

(a)

the number of units of activity as defined in the British Pharmacopoeia contained in a specified quantity of the preparation; or

 

 

 

(b)

the proportion of pituitary gland, or of anterior or of posterior lobe of the gland as the case may be contained in the preparation; or

 

 

 

(c)

the amount of pituitary gland or of anterior or of posterior lobe of the gland, as the case may be, from which a specified quantity of the preparation was obtained together with an indication whether the amount relates to fresh or to dried gland substance.

Potassium hydroxide

 

The proportion of potassium monoxide (K2O) which the preparation would be calculated on the assumption that the potassium hydroxide in the preparation had been wholly converted into potassium monoxide.

Sodium hydroxide

 

The proportion of sodium monoxide (Na2O) which preparation would be calculated to contain on the assumption that the sodium hydroxide in the preparation had been wholly converted into sodium monoxide.

Strophanthus, glycosides of

 

The amount of Standard Tincture of Strophanthus as defined in the British Pharmacopoeia 1948 which possesses the same activity as a specified quantity of the preparation when assayed by the method described in the said Pharmacopoeia.

Suprarenal gland medulla, the active principles of; their salts

 

Either –

 

 

 

(a)

the proportion of suprarenal gland or of the medulla of the gland, as the case may be, contained in the preparation; or

 

 

 

(b)

the amount of suprarenal gland or of the medulla of the gland, as the case may be, from which a specified quantity of the preparation was obtained, together with an indication whether the amount relates to fresh or to dried gland substance.

Thyroid gland, the active principles of; their salts

 

Either –

 

 

 

(a)

the proportion of thyroid gland contained in the preparation; or

 

 

 

(b)

the amount of thyroid gland from which a specified quantity of the preparation was obtained, together with an indication whether the amount relates to fresh or to dried gland.


SEVENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 21)

Indication of character of article prescribed for the purposes of Article 16(1)(c)(iii) of the Law

1.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. It is dangerous to take this preparation except under medical supervision.”:  -

Medicines made up ready for the internal treatment of human ailments and containing insulin.

2.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. It is dangerous to exceed the stated dose.”:  -

Medicines (other than medicines containing insulin and medicines mentioned in paragraph 9 of this Schedule) made up ready for the internal treatment of human ailments except in the case of a substance included in Schedule 1.

[3.            To be labelled with the words “Poison. For animal treatment only.” and where the medicinal product contains hexachlorophane and is for oral administration for the prevention or treatment of liver fluke disease in cattle, shall contain a warning that the medicinal product is not for use in lactating cattle or, where the medicinal product contains hexachlorophane and is for oral administration for the prevention or treatment of liver fluke disease in sheep or cattle, shall contain a statement that protective clothing must be worn by the operator when the medicinal product is being administered:  -

Medicines for the treatment of animals.]73

4.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This preparation may cause serious inflammation of the skin in certain persons and should be used only in accordance with expert advice.”:  -

Preparations for the dyeing of hair containing phenylene diamines, tolylene diamines or other alkylated-benzene diamines or their salts.

5.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This substance is caustic.”:  -

Potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, and articles containing either of those substances.

6.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This substance is poisonous. The inhalation of its vapour, mist, spray or dust may have harmful consequences. It may also be dangerous to let it come into contact with the skin or clothing.”:  -

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base; except preparations for the treatment of human ailments and except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinosam, its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinoseb, its compounds with a metal or a base.

[Drazoxolon].74

Endothal; its salts.

Endrin.

* * * *75

[Fenzalflor] 74

Fluoroacetamide; fluoroacetanilide.

Organic compounds of mercury in aerosols.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton.

Azinphos-ethyl.

Azinphos-methyl

Chlorfenvinphos.

Demeton-O.

Demeton-S.

Dichlorvos.

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate.

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate.

Dimefox.

Disulfoton.

Ethion.

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphophonothionate.

Mazidox.

Mecarbam.

[Methidathion]76

Mevinhphos.

Mipafox.

Oxydemeton-methyl.

Parathion.

Phenkapton.

Phorate.

Phosphamidon.

Schradan.

Sulfotep.

TEPP (HETP)

Thionazin.

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide.

Vamidothion.

7.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This preparation should be administered only under medical supervision. The vapour is dangerous.”:  -

Medicines made up ready for the internal or external treatment of human ailments and containing dyflos.

8.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This substance is poisonous. Inhalation of the powder is dangerous. It is also dangerous to let the substance come into contact with the skin or clothing.”

Monofluoroacetic acid; its salts.

9.             To be labelled with the words “Caution. This may cause drowsiness. If affected, do not drive or operate machinery.” :  -

Medicines made up ready for the internal treatment of human ailments if the poison is one of the following:  -

Anti-histamine substances, the following: their salts; their molecular compounds:  -

Antazoline.

Bromodiphenhydramine.

Buclizine.

Carbinoxamine.

Chlorcyclizine.

Chlorpheniramine.

Cinnarizine.

Clemizole.

Cyclizine.

Cyproheptadine.

3-Di-n -butylaminomethyl-4,5,6-trihydroxyphthalide.

Diphenhydramine.

Diphenylpyraline.

Doxylamine.

Isothipendyl.

Mebhydrolin.

Meclozine.

Phenindamine.

Pheniramine.

Phenyltoloxamine.

Promethazine.

Pyrrobutamine.

Thenalidine.

Tolpropamine.

Triprolidine.

Substances being tetra-N –substituted derivatives of ethylenediamine or propylenediamine.

[10.          To be labelled with the words “Caution. Ingestion can be harmful. If this preparation is used on the hands, they should be thoroughly washed before handling food” :  -

Preparations for topical application containing methanthelinium bromide or propantheline bromide.

11.           To be labelled with the words “Caution. Do not inhale vapour or allow contact with skin, eyes or clothing”.:  -

Bromomethane

Chloropicrin.

12.           To be labelled with the words “Caution. This preparation is poisonous and gives off a poisonous vapour on exposure to air. Do not swallow, inhale the vapour or allow contact with the skin” :  -

Preparations containing aluminium phosphide.

13.           To be labelled with the words “Caution. Not be to be used for whole body bathing except on medical advice” and “Not to be used for babies” :  -

Medicinal soaps containing more than 0.1 per cent. of hexachlorophane.

14.           To be labelled with the words “Caution. Not to be used for babies” or a warning that the medicinal product is not to be administered except on medical advice, to a child under two year of age:  -

Medicinal products containing hexachlorophane for use by being administered to human beings.]77


EIGHTH SCHEDULE

(Article 27)

Poisons required to be specially labelled for transport

[Aldicarb

Aluminium Phosphide]78

Arsenical poisons.

Barium, salts of.

[Bromomethane

Chloropicrin]78

Dinitrocresols (DNOC), their compounds with a metal or a base, when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture, except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinosam, its compounds with a metal or a base, when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinoseb, its compounds with a metal or a base, when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

[Drazoxolon] 78

Endosulfan.

Endothal; its salts.

Endrin.

[Fenazaflor] 78

Fluoroacetamide; fluoroacetanilide.

[Foremetanate] 78

Hydrocyanic acid; cyanides, other than ferrocyanides and ferricyanides [except preparations containing less than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent., weight in weight, of hydrocyanic acid (HCN)]79

[Methomyl] 78

Monofluoroacetic acid; its salts.

Nicotine, except in solid preparations containing less than four per cent. of nicotine.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton.

Azinphos-ethyl.

Azinphos-methyl.

Chlorfenvinphos.

[Demephion

Demeton-methyl] 78

Demeton-O

Demeton-S.

Demeton-O-methyl.

Demeton-S-methyl.

[Demeton-S-methyl sulphone] 78

Dochlorvos.

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate.

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate.

Dimefox.

[Dioxathion]80

Disulfoton.

Ethion.

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate.

[Fonofos] 80

Mazidox.

Mecarbam.

[Methidathion] 80

Mevinphos.

Mipafox.

[Omethoate] 80

Oxydemeton-methyl.

Parathion.

Phenkapton.

Phorate.

Phosphamidon.

Schradan.

Sulfotep.

TEPP (HETP)

Thionazin.

[Thiometon]80

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide.

Vamidothion.

[Sodium 4-(dimethylamino) benzenediazosulphonate] 80

Strychnine.

Thallium, salts of.


NINTH SCHEDULE

(Article 32)

Form of application for registration of set(s) of premises in register of premises kept in pursuance of Article 13 of the Law

 

PHARMACY, POISONS AND MEDICINES (JERSEY) LAW, 1952.

Form of application by authorized seller of poisons for registration of set(s) of premises.

To the Public Health Committee

I hereby apply for the registration of the following set(s) of premises in the register of premises kept in pursuance of Article 13 of the above Law.

Address of premises.

Full name of registered pharmacist having control of the business.

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Signature ........................................................

Date ...................................................

NOTE.

The registration of any premises becomes void on the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the change of ownership of the business carried on therein.


TENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 32)

Form of register of premises

 

Address of premises.

Full name of authorized seller of poisons carrying on business on premises.

If authorized seller of poisons is a representative within the meaning of Art. 11(7) of the Law, full name of person whom he represents.

Name of registered pharmacist having personal control of the business.

 

 

 

 


ELEVENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 33)

Form of application for entry in the list kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law

 

PHARMACY, POISONS AND MEDICINES (JERSEY) LAW, 1952.

Form of application by a person to have his name entered in the list of persons entitled to sell poisons included in Part II of the Poison List.

To the Public Health Committee

I, .......................................................................................... being engaged in the business of ......................................... hereby apply to have my name entered in the list kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the above Law in respect of the following premises, namely.

....................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................... .................................................................................................. as a person entitled to sell from those premises poisons included in Part II of the Poisons List.

I hereby nominate .............................................................. ..................................................................................................... to act as my deputy (deputies) for the sale of poisons in accordance with Article 14(1) of the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1968.

Signature of applicant ..................................

Date .........................

This space is for the use of the Committee

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NOTE

The entry of a person’s name in the Committee’s list does not entitle that person to retail poisons in Part I of the Poisons List which, by the provisions of the Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952, may only be retailed by authorized sellers of poisons (i.e registered pharmacists).

A person whose name is entered in the Committee’s list (a listed seller of Part II poisons) is permitted, subject to certain conditions (see below), to sell the poisons in Part II of the Poisons List, namely:  -

Ammonia.

Arsenical substances, the following:  -

Arsenic sulphides.

Arsenious oxide.

Calcium arsenates.

Calcium arsenites.

Copper acetoarsenite.

Copper arsenates.

Copper arsenites.

Lead arsenates.

Potassium arsenites.

Sodium arsenates.

Sodium arsenites.

Sodium thioarsenates.

Barium, salts of, the following:  -

Barium carbonate.

Barium silicofluoride.

Diamines, the following; their salts:  -

phenylene diamines; tolylene diamines; other alkylated-benzene diamines.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Endosulfan.

Endothal; its salts.

Endrin.

Formaldehyde.

Formic acid.

Hydrochloric acid.

Hydrofluoric acid; potassium fluoride; sodium flouride; sodium silicofluoride.

Mercuric chloride; mercuric iodide; organic compounds of mercury except compounds which contain a methyl (CH3) group directly linked to the mercury atom.

Metallic oxalates.

Nicotine; its salts.

Nitric acid.

Nitrobenzene.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

[Paraquat; salts of]81

Phenols as defined in Part I of the Poisons List (Jersey) Order, 1968 in substances containing less than sixty per cent., weight in weight, of phenols; compounds of phenol with a metal in substances containing less than the equivalent of sixty per cent., weight in weight, of phenols.

Phosphoric acid.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton, azinphos-ethyl, azinphos-methyl, chlorfenvinphos, demeton-O, demeton-S, demeton-O-methyl, demeton-S-methyl, dichlorvos, diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate, diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate, dimefox, disulfoton, ethion, ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate, mazidox, mecarbam, mevinphos, mipafox, oxydemeton-methyl, parathion, phenkapton, phorate, phosphamidon, schradan, sulfotep, TEPP (HETP), thionazin, triphosphoric pentadimethylamide, vamidothion.

Potassium hydroxide.

Sodium hydroxide.

Sodium nitrite.

Sulphuric acid.

Zinc phosphide.

The requirements which apply to the sale of poisons by a listed seller of Part II poisons are laid down in Article 16 of the Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952, and in the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1968.

The following is a summary of the requirements:  -

A. – Requirements applying to all listed sellers of Part II poisons.

1.             The sale must be effected on the premises specified in the Committee’s list.

2.             The container of the poison must be labelled with the various particulars and in the manner required by sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Law and Articles 18 to 23 of the Order.

3.             No poison may be sold except in containers which comply with the requirements of Article 23 of the Order.

4.             In the case of any arsenical or mercurial substance (unless it contains no more than the small proportions of arsenic or mercury specified in the First Schedule to the Order), and in the case of barium silicofluoride, endrin, fluoroacetamide, fluoroacetanilide and nicotine (excepting agricultural and horticultural insecticides consisting of nicotine dust containing not more than four per cent. of nicotine) and in the case of dinitrocresols (except winter washes containing not more than five per cent. thereof), dinosam, dinoseb and the organophosphorous compounds, the purchaser must either (a) be know to the seller, or to the person in charge of the premises on which the substance is sold or of the department of the business in which the sale is effected to be a person to whom the poison may properly be sold, or (b) produce a valid certificate in the form prescribed in the Thirteenth Schedule to the Order. In addition, in the case of such poisons, the required particulars of the sale must be entered, before delivery, in the Poisons Book to be kept in the form prescribed in the Fourteenth Schedule to the Order and (subject to the exception next mentioned) the entry must be signed by the purchaser (Article 6). In the case of a sale to a person for the purpose of his trade or business (farmer, horticulturist, etc.), paragraph (3) of Article 7 permits the signature of the entry in the Poisons Book to be dispensed with upon certain conditions, one of which is that an order signed by the purchaser has previously been obtained.

5.             Arsenical and mercurial substances, barium carbonate, dinitrocresols, dinosam, dinoseb, endrin, fluoroacetamide, fluoroacetanilide, metallic oxalates other than potassium quadroxalate, nitrobenzene, the phosphorous compounds and zinc phosphide may be sold only in particular types of preparation as specified in the Fifth Schedule to the Order (e.g. sodium arsenates in sheep dips, calcium arsenates in insecticides), and in containers labelled clearly with a notice of the special purpose for which they are to be used and with a warning that they are to be used for that purpose only (Article 14(2)(a) ).

6.             The following poisons may be sold only to persons engaged in the trade or business of agriculture or horticulture and for the purpose of that trade or business:  -

Arsenical poisons other than lead arsenates, calcium arsenates and copper acetoarsenite.

Dinitrocresols (DNOC); their compounds with a metal or a base; except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base.

Mercuric chlorides; mercuric iodides; organic compounds of mercury; except solutions containing not more than five per cent., weight in volume, of phenyl mercuric acetate for use in swimming baths.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton.

Azinphos-ethyl.

Azinphos-methyl.

Chlorfenvinphos.

Demeton-O.

Demeton-S.

Dichlorvos

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate.

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate.

Dimefox

Disulfoton

Ethion

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate.

Mazidox

Mecarbam.

Mevinphos

Mipafox, except in the form of a cap on a stick or wire.

Oxydemeton-methyl

Parathion

Phenkapton

Phorate

Phosphamidon

Schradan

Sulfotep

Thionazin

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide

Vamidothion. (Article 14(2) (b) ).

7.             It is unlawful to store any poison except in a container impervious to the poison and sufficiently stout to prevent leakage from the container arising from the ordinary risks of handling (Article 25(1)).

8.             Any poison consigned for transport must be sufficiently stoutly packed to avoid leakage arising from the ordinary risks of handling and transport. In the case of the following poisons, the outside of any package consigned for transport by a carrier must be labelled conspicuously with the name of the poison and a notice that it is to be kept from food and from empty food containers:  -

Arsenical poisons.

Barium, salts of

Dinitrocresols (DNOC), their compounds with a metal or a base, when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture, except winter washes containing not more than the equivalent of five per cent. of dinitrocresols.

Dinosam, its compounds with a metal or a base when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base, when contained in preparations for use in agriculture or horticulture.

Endosulfan.

Endothal; its salts.

Endrin.

Fluoroacetamide; fluoroacetanilide.

Hydrocyanic acid; cyanides, other than ferrocyanides and ferricyanides [except preparations containing less than the equivalent of 0.1 per cent., weight in weight, of hydrocyanic acid (HCN)]82

Monofluoroacetic acid; its salts.

Nicotine, except in solid preparations containing less than four per cent. of nicotine.

Organo-tin compounds, the following:  -

Compounds of fentin.

Phosphorus compounds, the following:  -

Amiton

Azinphos-ethyl

Azinphos-methyl

Chlorfenvinphos

Demeton-O

Demeton-S

Demeton-O-methyl

Demeton-S-methyl

Dichlorvos

Diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate

Diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate

Dimefox

Disulfoton

Ethion

Ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate

Mazidox

Mecarbam

Mevinphos

Mipafox

Oxydemeton-methyl

Parathion

Phenkapton

Phorate

Phosphamidon

Schradan

Sulfotep

TEPP (HETP)

Thionazin

Triphosphoric pentadimethylamide

Vamidothion.

Strychnine

Thallium, salts of

These poisons may not be knowingly carried in any vehicle in which food is being transported unless the food is in a part effectively separated from that containing the poison or is otherwise adequately protected from the risk of contamination (Article 27).

B – Additional requirements applying solely to listed shopkeepers

1.             No poison, other than ammonia, hydrochloric acid (spirits of salt), nitric acid, potassium quadroxalate and sulphuric acid, may be sold by a listed shopkeeper except in closed containers as closed by the manufacturer or other person from whom the poison was obtained (Article 14(1)(a) ).

2.             Arsenical substances – arsenious oxide, arsenic sulphides, calcium arsenates, calcium arsenites, copper acetoarsenite, copper arsenates, copper arsenites, lead arsenates, potassium arsenites, sodium arsenates, sodium arsenites and sodium thioarsenates, barium carbonate, dinitrocresols (DNOC) – their compounds with a metal or a base, dinosam – its compounds with a metal or a base, dinoseb – its compounds with a metal or a base, endrin, fluoroacetamide, fluoroacetanilide, mercurial substances – mercuric chloride, mercuric iodide and organic compounds of mercury, metallic oxalates other than potassium quadroxalate, nitrobenzene, phosphorous compounds – amiton, demeton-O, demeton-S, diethyl 4-methyl-7-coumarinyl phosphorothionate, diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate, dimefox, ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate, mazidox, 2-methoxycarbonyl-1-methyl-vinyl dimethyl phosphate, mipafox, parathion, schradan, sulfotep, TEPP (HETP) and triphosphoric pentadimethylamide and zinc phosphide may not be sold except by the listed shopkeeper himself or by a resposible deputy nominated by him to the local authority in accordance with Article 14(1)(b) ; and they must be stored either in a cupboard or drawer reserved solely for poisons or in a part of the premises which is partitioned off or otherwise separated from the rest of the premises and to which customers are not allowed to have access, or upon a shelf reserved solely for poisons, provided in the last case that no food is kept under the shelf and the container of the poison is distinguishable by touch from that of nonpoisonous substances stored nearby; but if contained in substances for use in agriculture or horticulture, these poisons must be stored, either in a cupboard or drawer reserved solely for poisons intended for such use or in such a separate part of the premises as aforesaid where no food is kept (Article 25(2)).


TWELFTH SCHEDULE

(Article 3)

Form of the list to be kept in pursuance of Article 19(1) of the Law

List of persons entitled to sell poisons in Part II of the Poisons List

 

Full name.

Address of premises.

Description of business carried on at the premises.

Name of deputy (or deputies) permitted to sell.

 

 

 

 


THIRTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 34)

Certificate for the purchase of a poison

 

For the purposes of paragraph (2)(a)(i) of Article 16 of the Pharmacy, Poisons and Medicines (Jersey) Law, 1952, I, the undersigned, a householder occupying (a) ................................. hereby certify from my knowledge of (b) .................................. of (a) .......................................... that he is a person to whom (c) ................................. may properly be supplied.

I further certify that (d) ............................................ is the signature of the said (b) ...................................................

......................................................

Signature of householder giving

certificate.

Date .......................................

(a)

Insert full postal address.

(b)

Insert full name of intending purchaser.

(c)

Insert name of poison.

(d)

Intending purchaser to sign his name here.

Endorsement required by Article 34 of the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1968, to be made by a Constable or Centenier when, but only when, the householder giving the certificate is not known to the seller of the poison to be a responsible person of good character .

I hereby certify that in so far as is known to me .................... .................(a) is a responsible person of good character.

Signature .......................................

Description ....................................

Date ...............................................

(a)

Insert full name of householder giving the certificate.


FOURTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 35)

Form of entry to be made in the book to the kept by sellers of poisons in accordance with Article 16(2) (b) of the Law

 

 

Date of sale

Name and quantity of poison supplied

 

Purchaser’s

 

Purpose for which stated to be required

Date of certificate (if any)

Name and address of person giving certificate (if any)

Signature of purchaser or where a signed order is permitted by the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1968, the date of the signed order.

 

Name

Address

Business, trade or occupation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


FIFTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 17)

Form of authority for purchasing strychnine for killing moles

 

Authority for the purchase of strychnine for killing moles in pursuance of sub-paragraph (e) of the proviso to Article 16(1) of the Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1964.

I, being a person duly authorized by the Public Health Committee, hereby authorize (a) .................................................... to purchase within three months from the date hereof (b) ................. of strychnine for the purpose of killing moles.

Signature ...................................

Description ................................

Date ...........................................

(a)

Insert full name of intending purchaser.

(b)

Insert amount authorized to be purchased which must not exceed one ounce.


SIXTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 6)

Substances in which poison is exempted by Article 6 from Article 16(2) of the Law

 

Poison .

Substances in which exempted.

Nicotine

Agricultural and horticultural insecticides consisting of nicotine dusts containing not more than four per cent., weight in weight, of nicotine.


SEVENTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 15)

Poisons required to be coloured in certain cases

Arsenical poisons.

Fluoroacetamide ; fluoroacetanilide.

Monofluoroacetic acid ; its salts.

Organo-tin compounds, the following :  -

Compounds of fentin.

Phosphorus compounds, the following :  -

Azinphos-ethyl

Azinphos-methyl

Chlorfenvinphos

Dichlorvos

Disulfoton in solution

Ethion

Mecarbam

Mevinphos

Oxydemeton-methyl

Phenkapton

Phorate in solution

Phosphamidon

Thionazin

Vamidothion.


EIGHTEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 17)

Form of certificate authorizing the purchase of monofluoroacetic acid, a salt thereof, fluoroacetamide or fluoroacetanilide as a rodenticide

 

Certificate authorizing the purchase of monofluoroacetic acid, a salt thereof, fluoroacetamide or fluoroacetanilide as a rodenticide.

I hereby certify that (a) ................................................................. of (b) .................................................. is required for use by employees of (c) ........................................... as a rodenticide in (d) ............................ ...............................situated at (e) .......................................................

......................................................

Signature of Medical Officer

of Health or Officer of the

Committee of Agriculture.

Date .................................

 

(a)

Insert quantity required.

 

(b)

Insert “monofluoroacetic acid” or the salt thereof, or “fluoroacetamide” or “fluoroacetanilide” as the case may require.

 

(c)

Insert the name of the authority in question.

 

(d)

State “ships” or “sewers” as the case may require.

 

(e)

State the situation of the ships or sewers as the case may require.


NINETEENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 37)

ENACTMENTS REVOKED83

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order, 1964.

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Amendment) (Jersey) Order, 1964.

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Order, 1965.

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Order, 1966.

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Order, 1967.

The Poisons (General Provisions) (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Order, 1968.



1        Recueil des Lois, Volume, 1951–1953, page 355.

2        Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 359.

3        Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 321, Volume 1954–1956, pages 26 and 215, Volume 1957–1960, page 389 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

4        Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 346.

5        Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

6        Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume  1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

7        Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 343.

8        Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

9        Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

10      Recueils des Lois Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

11      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

12      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1957–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

13      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

14      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

15      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1954–1956, page 9 and Volume 1963–1965, page 511.

16      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 343.

17      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1966–1967, page 535, Volume 1968–1969, pages 1 and 663, Volume 1970–1972, page 163 and Volume 1973–1974, pages 57 and 366.

18      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume 1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

19      Words deleted by No. 6047.

20      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume 1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

21      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 343.

22      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

23      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1966–1967, page 535, Volume 1968–1969, pages 1 and 663, Volume 1970–1972, page 163 and Volume 1973–1974, page 57 and 366.

24      Words inserted by No. 5221.

25      Paragraphs inserted by No. 6047.

26      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

27      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

28      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

29      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

30      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 343.

31      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341 and Volume 1957–1960, page 390.

32      Words substituted by No. 6047.

33      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 343.

34      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume 1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

35      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1966–1967, page 535.

36      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1968–1969, pages 1 and 663, Volume 1970–1972, page 163 and Volume 1973–1974, pages 57 and 366.

37      Proviso inserted by No. 5221.

38      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume 1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

39      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 326, Volume 1957–1960, page 389 and Volume 1954–1956, page 216.

40      Sub-paragraph inserted by No. 6047.

41      Words substituted by No. 6047.

42      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 345.

43      Article inserted by No. 5221.

44      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 338.

45      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 346.

46      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341.

47      Recueil des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 341.

48      Recueils des Lois, Volume 1951–1953, page 340, Volume 1957–1960, page 390 and Volume 1973–1974, page 411.

49      No. 4584.

50      No. 4962.

51      Item inserted by No. 6047.

52      Item inserted by No. 6047.

53      Item inserted by No. 6047.

54      Item inserted by No. 6047.

55      Schedule substituted by No. 5221.

56      Item and entry inserted by No. 6047.

57      Group substituted by No. 5221.

58      Items inserted by No. 6047.

59      Item substituted by No. 5705.

60      Items inserted by No. 6047.

61      Items inserted by No. 6047.

62      Items inserted by No. 6047.

63      Items inserted by No. 6047.

64      Schedule substituted by No. 5705.

65      Item and entry inserted by No. 6047.

66      Item and entry inserted by No. 5705.

67      Item and entry inserted by No. 6047.

68      Word inserted by No. 6047.

69      Item inserted by No. 6047.

70      Word inserted by No. 5221.

71      Word inserted by No. 6047.

72      Item inserted by No. 6047.

73      Paragraph substituted by No. 6047.

74      Item inserted by No. 6047.

75      Item deleted by No. 5221.

76      Entry inserted by No. 6047.

77      Paragraphs inserted by No. 6047.

78      Items inserted by No. 6047.

79      Words inserted by No. 5221.

80      Items inserted by No. 6047.

81      Item inserted by No. 5221.

82      Words inserted by No. 5221.

83      Nos. 4584, 4607, 4717, 4849, 4962, and 5046.


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