Section 3719.35 | Labeling and recording of delivery provisions exceptions.
It is not necessary to place a poison label upon, nor record the delivery of, any of the following:
(A) Preparations containing substances named in section 3719.32 of the Revised Code when a single box, bottle, or other package of the bulk of fifteen milliliters or the weight of fifteen grams does not contain more than one adult medicinal dose of any of those substances;
(B) The sulphide of antimony, the oxide or carbonate of zinc, or colors ground in oil and intended for use as paints;
(C) Preparations recommended in good faith for diarrhea or cholera, when each bottle or package is accompanied by specific directions for use and a caution against the habitual use of the preparations;
(D) Liniments or ointments when plainly labeled "for external use only";
(E) Preparations put up and sold in the form of pills, tablets, or lozenges and intended for internal use, when the dose recommended does not contain more than one fourth of an adult medicinal dose of any of the substances named in section 3719.35 of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- July 22, 1998 – Senate Bill 66, 122nd General Assembly [ View July 22, 1998 Version ]