21 - FOOD AND DRUGS
CHAPTER 13 - DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
SUBCHAPTER I - CONTROL AND ENFORCEMENT
PART A - INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS
findings and declarations: controlled substances.
findings and declarations: psychotropic substances.
PART B - AUTHORITY TO CONTROL;
STANDARDS AND SCHEDULES
and criteria for classification of substances.
and regulations of Attorney General; hearing.
(b) Evaluation of drugs and other substances.
(c) Factors determinative of control or removal from
(d) International treaties, conventions, and protocols
requiring control; procedures respecting changes in drug schedules of Convention
on Psychotropic Substances.
(e) Immediate precursors.
(f) Abuse potential.
(g) Exclusion of non-narcotic substances sold over
the counter without a prescription; dextromethorphan; exemption of substances
lacking abuse potential.
(h) Temporary scheduling to avoid imminent hazards
to public safety.
of controlled substances.
(b) Placement on schedules; findings required.
(c) Initial schedules of controlled substances.
of controlled substance analogues.
of exemption of certain drugs.
(b) Factors to be considered.
(c) Specificity of designation.
(d) Reinstatement of exemption with respect to particular
(e) Reinstatement of exemption with respect to ephedrine,
pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine drug products.
PART C - REGISTRATION OF MANUFACTURERS,
DISTRIBUTORS, AND DISPENSERS OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
required to register.
(b) Authorized activities.
(e) Separate registration.
of controlled substances in schedule I or II.
(b) Distributors of controlled substances in schedule
I or II.
(c) Limits of authorized activities.
(d) Manufacturers of controlled substances in schedule
III, IV, or V.
(e) Distributors of controlled substances in schedule
III, IV, or V.
(f) Research by practitioners; pharmacies; research
applications; construction of Article 7 of the Convention on Psychotropic
(g) Practitioners dispensing narcotic drugs for narcotic
treatment; annual registration; separate registration; qualifications; waiver.
(h) Applicants for distribution of list I chemicals.
revocation, or suspension of registration.
(b) Limits of revocation or suspension.
(c) Service of show cause order; proceedings.
(d) Suspension of registration in cases of imminent
(e) Suspension and revocation of quotas.
(f) Disposition of controlled substances or list I
(g) Seizure or placement under seal of controlled substances
or list I chemicals.
(b) Unlawful distribution without identifying symbol.
(c) Warning on label.
(d) Containers to be securely sealed.
quotas for controlled substances.
of total annual needs.
(b) Individual production quotas; revised quotas.
(c) Manufacturing quotas for registered manufacturers.
(d) Quotas for registrants who have not manufactured
controlled substance during one or more preceding years.
(f) Incidental production exception.
and reports of registrants.
(b) Availability of records.
(d) Periodic reports to Attorney General.
(e) Reporting and recordkeeping requirements of drug
(f) Investigational uses of drugs; procedures.
(g) Change of address.
(h) Reporting requirements for GHB.
distribution of controlled substances.
(b) Nonapplicability of provisions.
(c) Preservation and availability.
(e) Unlawful acts.
(b) Schedule III and IV substances.
(c) Schedule V substances.
(d) Non-prescription drugs with abuse potential.
of listed chemicals and certain machines.
of regulated transactions.
(b) Reports to Attorney General.
(c) Confidentiality of information obtained by Attorney
General; non-disclosure; exceptions.
PART D - OFFENSES AND PENALTIES
(c) Offenses involving listed chemicals.
(d) Boobytraps on Federal property; penalties; ''boobytrap''
(e) Ten-year injunction as additional penalty.
(f) Wrongful distribution or possession of listed chemicals.
(b) Communication facility.
(e) Additional penalties.
for simple possession.
(c) ''Drug, narcotic, or chemical offense'' defined.
844a. Civil penalty for possession of small amounts
of certain controlled substances.
(a) In general.
(b) Income and net assets.
(c) Prior conviction.
(d) Limitation on number of assessments.
(g) Judicial review.
(h) Civil action.
(j) Expungement procedures.
845 to 845b.
(b) Life imprisonment for engaging in continuing criminal
(c) ''Continuing criminal enterprise'' defined.
(d) Suspension of sentence and probation prohibited.
(e) Death penalty.
(g) Hearing required with respect to death penalty.
(h) Notice by Government in death penalty cases.
(i) Hearing before court or jury.
(j) Proof of aggravating and mitigating factors.
(k) Return of findings.
(l) Imposition of sentence.
(m) Mitigating factors.
(n) Aggravating factors for homicide.
(o) Right of defendant to justice without discrimination.
(p) Sentencing in capital cases in which death penalty
is not sought or imposed.
(q) Appeal in capital cases; counsel for financially
(r) Refusal to participate by State and Federal correctional
(b) First offense.
(c) Subsequent offense.
to establish prior convictions.
filed by United States Attorney.
(b) Affirmation or denial of previous conviction.
(c) Denial; written response; hearing.
(d) Imposition of sentence.
(e) Statute of limitations.
of treaties and other international agreements.
subject to criminal forfeiture.
(b) Meaning of term ''property''.
(c) Third party transfers.
(d) Rebuttable presumption.
(e) Protective orders.
(f) Warrant of seizure.
(h) Disposition of property.
(i) Authority of the Attorney General.
(j) Applicability of civil forfeiture provisions.
(k) Bar on intervention.
(l) Jurisdiction to enter orders.
(n) Third party interests.
(p) Forfeiture of substitute property.
(q) Restitution for cleanup of clandestine laboratory
of illicit drug profits.
(c) ''Enterprise'' defined.
of manufacturing operations.
(c) Violation as offense against property.
human life while illegally manufacturing controlled substance.
to persons under age twenty-one.
(b) Second offense.
or manufacturing in or near schools and colleges.
(b) Second offenders.
(c) Employing children to distribute drugs near schools
(d) Suspension of sentence; probation; parole.
or use of persons under 18 years of age in drug operations.
(b) Penalty for first offense.
(c) Penalty for subsequent offenses.
(d) Penalty for providing or distributing controlled
substance to underage person.
(e) Suspension of sentence; probation; parole.
(f) Distribution of controlled substance to pregnant
of Federal benefits to drug traffickers and possessors.
(b) Drug possessors.
(c) Suspension of period of ineligibility.
(e) Inapplicability of this section to Government witnesses.
(g) Presidential report.
(h) Effective date.
of assistance and benefits for certain drug-related convictions.
(a) In general.
(b) Effects on assistance and benefits for others.
(e) ''State'' defined.
(f) Rule of interpretation.
for testing positive for controlled substances.
(a) In general.
(c) Seizure and forfeiture.
(d) ''Drug paraphernalia'' defined.
(e) Matters considered in determination of what constitutes
PART E - ADMINISTRATIVE AND ENFORCEMENT
(b) Rules and regulations.
(c) Acceptance of devises, bequests, gifts, and donations.
and research programs of Attorney General.
(c) Identification of research populations; authorization
(d) Affect of treaties and other international agreements
(e) Use of controlled substances in research.
(f) Program to curtail diversion of precursor and essential
(b) Continuation of current efforts.
of Attorney General with local, State, and Federal agencies.
(b) Requests by Attorney General for assistance from
Federal agencies or instrumentalities.
(c) Descriptive and analytic reports by Attorney General
to State agencies of distribution patterns of schedule II substances having
highest rates of abuse.
(d) Grants by Attorney General.
of Attorney General.
(b) Procedures applicable.
of use by Attorney General.
of enforcement personnel.
inspections and warrants.
(b) Grant of authority; scope of inspections.
(c) Situations not requiring warrants.
(d) Administrative inspection warrants; issuance; execution;
(b) Seizure procedures.
(c) Custody of Attorney General.
(d) Other laws and proceedings applicable.
(e) Disposition of forfeited property.
(f) Forfeiture and destruction of schedule I and II
(h) Vesting of title in United States.
(i) Stay of civil forfeiture proceedings.
(l) Agreement between Attorney General and Postal Service
for performance of functions.
(b) Jury trial.
(b) Order of United States district court.
(c) Request by United States attorney.
of proof; liabilities.
and exceptions; presumption in simple possession offenses.
(b) Registration and order forms.
(c) Use of vehicles, vessels, and aircraft.
(d) Immunity of Federal, State, local and other officials.
(b) Reimbursement for purchase of controlled substances.
(c) Advance of funds for enforcement purposes.
(d) Drug Pollution Fund.
Control Fee Account.
and consolidation of post-seizure administration.
control of controlled substances.
(b) Persons ineligible for Federal agricultural program
of Federal sales of chemicals usable to manufacture controlled substances.
PART F - GENERAL PROVISIONS
of State law.
of tort claims.
SUBCHAPTER II - IMPORT AND EXPORT
Importation of controlled substances.
substances in schedule I or II and narcotic drugs in schedule III, IV, or
(b) Nonnarcotic controlled substances in scheduleIII,
IV, or V.
(c) Coca leaves.
Exportation of controlled substances.
drugs in schedule I, II, III, or IV.
for exportation for special scientific purposes.
(c) Nonnarcotic controlled substances in schedule I
(d) Exception for exportation for special scientific
(e) Nonnarcotic controlled substances in schedule III
or IV; controlled substances in schedule V.
Transshipment and in-transit shipment of controlled substances.
on board vessels, etc., arriving in or departing from United States.
possessing controlled substance.
(b) Compound, mixture, or preparation.
Persons required to register.
to import or export controlled substances in schedule I or II.
(b) Activity limited to specified substances.
(c) Applicants to import controlled substances in schedule
III, IV, or V or to export controlled substances in schedule III or IV;
applicants to import or export list I chemicals.
(d) Denial of applications.
(e) Registration period.
(f) Rules and regulations.
(g) Scope of authorized activity.
(h) Separate registrations for each principal place
(i) Emergency situations.
Possession, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substance.
or distribution for purpose of unlawful importation.
(b) Possession, manufacture, or distribution by person
on board aircraft.
(c) Acts committed outside territorial jurisdiction
of United States; venue.
(d) Penalty for importation or exportation.
or subsequent offenses.
of imprisonment and fine.
(b) Determination of status.
(c) Procedures applicable.
of part E of subchapter I.
of Secretary of the Treasury.
of controlled substances; investigations; oaths; subpenas; witnesses; evidence;
production of records; territorial limits; fees and mileage of witnesses.
of subpena; proof of service.
suspension of shipment, and penalties with respect to importation and exportation
of listed chemicals.
prior to transaction.
(b) Regular customers or importers.
(c) Suspension of importation or exportation; disqualification
of regular customers or importers; hearing.
(d) Broker or trader for international transaction
in listed chemical.
(e) Application of notification requirement to exports
of listed chemical; waiver.