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(1) The State Board of Pharmacy shall specify by rule the registration procedures to be followed, including but not limited to specification of forms for use in applying for such certificates of registration and times, places and fees for filing such application.
(2) Applications for certificates of registration shall include the following information about the proposed drug outlet:
(c) Identity of pharmacist licensed to practice in the state, who shall be the pharmacist in charge of the drug outlet, where one is required by this chapter, and such further information as the board may deem necessary; and
(d) The identity of any person who has incident of ownership in a pharmacy who also has a financial interest in any long term care facility, as defined in ORS 442.015 (Definitions).
(3) Manufacturers and wholesalers shall keep all records and files of their transactions for a period of three years from the date of the inception of such records and files.
(4)(a) Manufacturers and wholesalers shall acquire a separate registration for each place at which they carry on their business as a manufacturer or wholesaler within this state.
(b) Certificates of registration issued by the board pursuant to this chapter shall not be transferable or assignable and shall be conspicuously displayed at each registered place of business.
(5) The board shall specify by rule minimum standards for the professional responsibility in the conduct of any drug outlet that has employees or personnel engaged in the practice of pharmacy. The board is specifically authorized to require that the portion of the facility to which such certificate of registration applies be operated only under the direct supervision of no less than one pharmacist licensed to practice in this state and not otherwise, and to provide such other special requirements as deemed necessary. [1979 c.777 §31a; 1985 c.565 §107; 1993 c.571 §9]
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