The Psychotropic Substances Act (No. 2), B.E. 2528 (1985)
BHUMIBHOL ADULYADEJ, REX.
Given on 10th October 1985
Being the 40th year of the present Reign
His majesty King Bhumibhol Adulyadej is graciously pleased to proclaim that
The Psychotropic Substances Act I/ shall he amended.
Be it, therefore enacted by the King, by and with the advice and consent of the National Assembly, as follows:
This Act is called "The Psychotropic Substances Act (No. 2) B.E. 2528 (1985)".
This Act shall be effective after the lapse of one day from the date of its publication in the Government Gazette.
To repeal Section 67 of the Psychotropic Substances Act, B.E. 2518 and use this term:
Under the enforcement of Section 68, pharmacists will sell psychotropic substances in Schedule III or IV only to Ministries, Sub-Ministries, Departments, Thai Red Cross Society, Pharmaceutical Organization or such other official institutes as the Minister notifies. The Government Gazette medical practitioners, first class practitioners in the branch of dentistry, first class veterinarians, holders of such prescriptions or persons who have licenses to manufacture, sell or hold psychotropic substances in Schedule III or IV only and must have records showing the details of every sale prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.
Prescriptions in clause I can he used only one time, except if prescribes write that they may be repeated but not more than three times and quantities of drugs for each prescription must not be more than quantities that shall he consumed within less than thirty days.
Each prescription must be used not more than thirty days after the issue."
To repeal Section 80 of the Psychotropic Substances Act, B.E. 2518 and use this term:
In the cases of importations of psychotropic substances in Schedule Ill., holders of such licenses and competent officials must practice according to the rules, procedures and conditions prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations".
To repeal Section 82 of the Psychotropic Substances Act, B.E. 2518 and use this term:
In the cases of each particular of psychotropic substances in Schedule III, a holder of such license must have one copy of export declaration together with psychotropic substance and send directly two copies to Secretary-General.
The Ministry of Public Health must send one copy of export declaration as first clause to competent official of importer."
To repeal Section 104 of the Psychotropic Substances Act, B.E. 2518 and use this term:
Any person who violates Section 48, Section 72, Section 76, Section 78 or Section 84 paragraph one shall. he liable to imprisonment for less than three years or a fine for less than sixty thousand Baht or both".
Countersigned by General Prem Tinsulanon as Prime Minister
Published in the Government Gazette in 24 October 1985