(A) Patient and caregiver registrations are non-transferrable.
(B) Patients and caregivers shall not engage in the cultivation of medical marijuana or the manufacture of medical marijuana extract, unless authorized pursuant to rule 3796:5-2-01 of the Administrative Code and such cultivating or manufacturing is performed in compliance with rules promulgated by the department pursuant to section 3796.03 of the Revised Code.
(C) No patient or caregiver shall accept free samples of medical marijuana.
(D) Patients and caregivers shall purchase medical marijuana only from a medical marijuana dispensary with an active certificate of operation issued by the state board of pharmacy, or where authorized pursuant to a reciprocity agreement established pursuant to section 3796.16 of the Revised Code.
(E) Patients and caregivers shall store medical marijuana in a secure location so as to prevent theft, loss, or access by persons not authorized under this division.
(F) Patients and caregivers shall carry their registry identification with them whenever they are in possession of medical marijuana. No more than a ninety day supply of medical marijuana may be possessed by or on behalf of a single patient at any time.
(G) Medical marijuana shall be maintained in on one of the following containers at all times until administered to or by a patient:
(1) The original dispensing package with an unaltered dispensary label in accordance with rule 3796:6-3-09 of the Administrative Code; or
(2) The container provided by a dispensary in accordance with paragraph (G) of rule 3796:6-3-01 of the Administrative Code.
(H) Medical marijuana shall not be possessed or administered on federal property or in federal buildings.
(I) Medical marijuana shall not be possessed or administered at any public or private place where medical marijuana is prohibited.
(J) No patient shall operate a vehicle, streetcar, trackless trolley, watercraft, or aircraft under the influence of medical marijuana.
(K) A caregiver shall not receive payment or other compensation for services provided as a caregiver other than reimbursement for reasonable expenses incurred in the provision of services as a caregiver. In the case of an employee of a hospice provider, nursing facility, or medical facility, or a visiting nurse, personal care attendant, or home health aide serving as a caregiver, the individual shall not receive payment or compensation above or beyond his or her regular wages.
(L) The state board of pharmacy shall notify patients and caregivers upon the expiration of the patient's or caregiver's registration. Patients and caregivers shall dispose of all medical marijuana within seven calendar days of the expiration of their registration. Acceptable methods for the dispossession of medical marijuana shall be available at www.medicalmarijuana.ohio.gov.
(M) If a patient's registration is suspended or revoked, or if a patient's registration lapses, the patient or caregiver shall dispose of all medical marijuana dispensed for the benefit of that patient within seven calendar days of the expiration of their registration. Acceptable methods for the dispossession of medical marijuana shall be available at www.medicalmarijuana.ohio.gov.