Interdepartmental No. 1250/cab/min/sp/0171 Cj / Aq / 2011 And No 329/cab/min/finance/2011 December 29, 2011 Amending And Supplementing The Interministerial Decree N ° 1250/cab/min/sp/060/2010 And N ° 0241Cab, Min, Finance, 2010 To April 28, 2010 Laying...

Original Language Title: Arrêté interministériel n°1250/CAB/MIN/SP/0171 CJ/AQ/2011 et n° 329/CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2011 du 29 décembre 2011 modifiant et complétant l'Arrêté interministériel n°1250/CAB/MIN/SP/060/2010 et n°0241CAB/MIN/FINANCES/2010 du 28 avril 2010 portant fixation

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Order interdepartmental n ° 1250/CAB/MIN/SP/0171 CJ / AQ / 2011 and no. 329/CAB/MIN/finance/2011 December 29, 2011 amending and supplementing the Interministerial Decree n ° 1250/CAB/MIN/SP/060/2010 and n ° 0241CAB/MIN/finance/2010 of 28 April 2010 on the fixing of rates of duty, taxes and levies to be collected on the initiative of the Ministry of public health the Minister of public health and the Minister of finance;
Pursuant to the Constitution, as amended to date, especially its articles 79 and 91;
Seen the Decree of 26 July 1910; on the manufacture and trade of foodstuffs
As amended and complete as seen to date, the Decree of 19 July 1926 on the Hygiene and public health;
Seen on December 5, 1953 on the Police and l Immigration order n074-414.
Given order n074-426 of December 14, 1953 on the health Police of persons travelling international;
Saw order n074-213 June 22, 1954, on communicable diseases;
Given the financial law n083-003 February 23, 1983, as amended and supplemented by Ordinance-Law n087-004 of 14 January 1987;
Having regard to the International health regulations of the world Organization of health (O.M.S) 2005 entered into force on 15 June 2007;
Given law n004/015 of 16 July 2004 establishing the nomenclature of generating acts of administrative, judicial, Crown revenue and interests as well as their modalities of perception, as amended and supplemented by Act n005/008 of March 31, 2005;
Having regard to Decree n ° 036 of 28 March 2002 on the designation of services and agencies authorized to exercise at the borders of the Democratic Republic of the Congo;
Having regard to Decree n ° 07/2002 of 2 February 2002 concerning the method of payment of debts to the State.
Having regard to Decree n ° 08/073, December 24, 2008, on the Organization and functioning of the Government, practical modalities of cooperation between the President of the Republic and the Government as well as between members of the Government;
Saw order No. 08/074 December 26, 2008 determining the functions of departments;
Having regard to the n010/025 order of 19 February 2010 appointing Deputy Prime Ministers, Ministers and vice - ministers of the Government;
Having regard to the ministerial order n ° CAB/MIN/finance/014 of 05 April 2011, on the establishment of the Commission for the implementation of the Action Plan. Government of Elimination of Perceptions at borders
Seen the Interministerial Order No. 1250/CAB/MIN/SP/060/2010 and n0024/CAB/MIN/finance/2010 of 28 April 2010 laying down the rates of duty, taxes and charges; to be collected at the initiative of the Ministry of public health;
Whereas the need for an end to excessive perceptions or no consideration at various points of entry and exit from the national territory for ambiguity due to the interpretation of the concepts;
Whereas the urgence· to reduce perceptions to height of the costs for services rendered;
Having regard to the need;
STOP: Article 1; Definition of concepts.
At the end of this order means:.
1 drug: Any drug, substance or composition of original plant, animal, mineral, synthetic or semi synthetic presented as possessing. preventive or healing properties with respect to human or animal diseases as well as any substance or composition that can be used in humans or animals to relieve, to making a medical diagnosis, to restore, correct or modify its organic functions.
Are also considered drugs: vaccines, serums, dressing objects, surgical ligatures, material for infusion, transfusion or drainage, other consumable medical, cosmetics and body care products containing one or more substances having a therapeutic action, insecticides and acaricides intended to be applied on humans or animals, disinfectants antiseptics and all products intended to destroy disease germs on humans or prevent their development, any substance or composition having general or local anaesthetic properties nutrients, reagents intended for medical diagnosis or that of pregnancy, dietary products containing in their composition of chemical or biological substances that confer special properties sought in dietary therapy or the test meal.
2 drug product: - any medication itself - any product described in Pharmacopoeia - any product which, even if it is not the only monopoly of the pharmacist, whatsoever for its manufacture, for its control or its marketing forces despite any pharmacist to ensure quality.
3 drug altered: any medication poorly preserved and which has undergone physico-chemical changes making it unsuitable to use.
4 drug falsified: any medicinal product whose composition has changed fraudulently for sordid gain.
5 corrupted drug: any drug that has suffered an accidental contamination making it unsuitable for use and compliant with standards, .the regulatory and other technical specifications.
6 drug expired: any drug that kept under the conditions recommended by the manufacturer, has exceeded the period of validity fixed by the latter.
7 drug infringed: any medicinal product which is deliberately and fraudulently imitated and presented as complying with the original product.
8 proprietary medicinal product: any medicinal product prepared in advance, placed on the market or distributed as a medical sample under a special name (brand name) and in a special Pack and having obtained approval.
9 generic medicinal product: any medicinal product in term of the patent or any medicinal product which can be copied and marketed by any laboratory and which is frequently referred to by their common international (DCI) designation.
10. mineral substances: substances relating to the body made of inorganic materials; substances that enter into the composition of the rocks.
11. organic substances: substances consisting primarily of carbon.
12 synthetic products: substances derived from chemical synthesis, artificial products.
13 products sleeping: substances that induce sleep.
14. narcotic drugs: psychotropic substances that cause addiction and a State of need which can lead to addiction.
15 Pharmacopoeia: An official collection containing: