Rule 4729:5-8-02 | Licensure.
(A) A person seeking a license as a nonresident terminal distributor of dangerous drugs shall submit an application to the state board of pharmacy that includes all of the following:
(1) Information necessary to demonstrate the qualifications for licensure set forth in section 4729.55 of the Revised Code.
(2) If the applicant's facility maintains a current license in the state where it is located, all the following:
(a) Certification from the appropriate state licensing agency that the applicant maintains at all times a valid, unexpired license, permit, or registration authorizing the possession and sale of dangerous drugs in the state in which the facility is located and from where dangerous drugs are being sold at retail to residents in Ohio. The certification(s) shall include licenses, permits, or registrations required to cover the categories of dangerous drugs which the nonresident terminal distributor of dangerous drugs will be selling at retail to persons in the state of Ohio.
(b) A copy of the most recent inspection report, any warning notices, notice of deficiency reports, or any other related reports issued by a state licensing agency and drug law enforcement agencies of the state in which it is located or any federal agencies regulating and enforcing laws governing the legal distribution of drugs.
(3) Any other information as determined by the board.
(B) A nonresident terminal distributor shall have a responsible person that complies with the requirements of rule 4729:5-2-01 of the Administrative Code.