Opium Law

Original Language Title: Opiumwet

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Law of 12 May 1928, laying down provisions on the opium and other means of dethening

We WILHELMINA, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc., etc., etc.

Allen, who will see these, or read hooren, salut! do n' t know:

We have taken the view that it is necessary to bring the provisions concerning opium and other means of recondation into line with the provisions of the Geneva Convention between the Netherlands and the other States on 19 February 1925. International Opium Convention;

So it is that we, the Council of State, and with the mean consults of the States-General, have found and understand, as We approve, and understand the following:


Article 1

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  • 1 The following shall be understood in this Act and the provisions which are based thereon:

    • a. Our Minister: Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport;

    • b. 'substance': substance of human, animal, vegetable or chemical origin, including animals, plants, parts of animals or plants, and micro-organisms;

    • c. preparation: a solid or liquid mixture of substances;

    • d. means: substance or preparation;

    • e. Single Treaty: the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs (CEEC) established in New York on 30 March 1961 ( Trb. 1963, as amended by the Protocol on the amendment of that Convention adopted in Geneva on 25 March 1972 ( Trb. 1987, 90);

    • f. Psychotropic Substances Convention: the Convention on Psychotropic Substances adopted in Vienna on 21 February 1971 ( Trb. 1989, 129);

    • g. Joint Action: Joint Action No Decision 97 /396/JHA of 16 June 1997 adopted by the Council of the European Union on the basis of Article K. 3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the exchange, risk analysis and control of new synthetic drugs (PbEG L 167);

    • h. Convention against Illicit Trade: the United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances established on 20 December 1988 (Trb. 1989, 97);

    • Treaty for the implementation of Article 17 of the Convention on Trade: the Convention on Clocks on Sea reached in Strasbourg on 31 January 1995, in implementation of Article 17 of the United Nations Convention against the Illicit traffic in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances (Trb. 2010, 165 and 239).

  • 2 The salts of the substances with those substances shall be treated in the same way as this Law and the provisions rested thereon.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Act, manufacture is understood to be refining and converting.

  • 4 Within the territory of the Netherlands the means to be used within the territory of the Netherlands Articles 2 and 3 It shall be understood: to bring the articles or goods contained in the territory of the Netherlands, in which the items are packed or put away, and any action on the transport, storage, delivery, reception or transfer of the goods or goods, in respect of to those resources, which have been brought within the territory of the Netherlands, or to the items or goods in which those funds are packaged or contained.

  • 5 Under outside the territory of the Netherlands, means intended to be used in the Articles 2 and 3 It is understood that it shall not, outside the territory of the Netherlands, carry the articles or goods which are packaged or salvaged from the territory of the Netherlands and transport, hire or provide for the transport of goods abroad by means of transport or transport, export or export, specify, including the making of an exit summary declaration or the notification of re-export within the meaning of Regulation (EU) No 148/ No (EU). 95 2/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 October 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code (PbEU 2013, L 269) or the aircraft or aircraft intended for use in, on or on a foreign country, the aircraft or aircraft of the means, or of those items or goods.


Article 2

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It is prohibited to use a plea in law as referred to in this Law. list I Or designated by Article 3a (5) :

  • A. entry into or out of the territory of the Netherlands;

  • B. preparation, processing, processing, sale, delivery, delivery or transport of production;

  • C. to be present;

  • D. to be manufactured.


Article 3

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It is prohibited to use a plea in law as referred to in this Law. list II Or designated by Article 3a (5) :

  • A. entry into or out of the territory of the Netherlands;

  • B. cultivation, preparation, processing, processing, sale, delivery, delivery or transport;

  • C. to be present;

  • D. to be manufactured.


Article 3a

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of administration, the list I or list II to the Treaty or to the Psychotropic Substances Convention or to the obligation arising from the Joint Action to be subject to the operation of that Act shall be brought. In the case of a general measure of administration, list I or II any means of removal from the Treaties referred to in the first sentence or if the obligation referred to in that sentence is to lapse in accordance with the Joint Action.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, list I or list II means to be added if it has been shown that they affect human consciousness and may cause harm to his health and harm to society when used by man.

  • 3 In the case of a general measure of management, funds added under paragraph 2 shall be taken from: list I or list II deleted if it has become apparent that they do not have or no longer own the characteristics referred to in paragraph 2.

  • 4 A general measure of management as referred to in the first, second and third paragraphs shall not be determined after the four weeks have elapsed after the draft of the measure has been submitted to the two Chambers of the States-General and within that period it does not, on behalf of either of the two Chambers, express the wish that the subject on the draft of the measure will be governed by law.

  • 5 If, in the judgment of Our Minister, acts as intended Article 2 or 3 in the case of a plea must be prohibited without delay and the establishment of a general measure of management within the meaning of the first or second paragraph cannot be awaited, the plea may be designated by means of a ministerial arrangement to that effect. Our Minister shall ensure that, at the same time as the adoption of this ministerial arrangement, the draft general measure of management is presented to the Council of Ministers for the purposes of assessing the same content. The ministerial arrangement shall remain in force subject to prior revocation until the general measure of management designating the agent in question enters into force, but not later than one year after the entry into force of the Arrangement.


Article 3b

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  • 1 Any disclosure, which is manifestly directed to the sale, delivery or provision of a means as referred to in Article 2 or Article 3 to promote, shall be prohibited.

  • 2 The prohibition set out in paragraph 1 shall not apply to disclosure in the context of medical or scientific information.


Article 3c

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, resources and applications may be designated for which: Article 2 or 3 the prohibition in whole or in part is not valid.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of administration, in relation to funds referred to in list I or II rules are laid down to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Single Convention or the Psychotropic Substances Convention or to prevent any misuse of those resources.


Article 4

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  • 1 It is prohibited to use a means as specified in list I or II to be written on prescription, unless the means to do so, in the interest of public health, has been designated by general management measure. The measure may lay down rules relating to the prescription and the purpose for which a product is prescribed.

    A general measure adopted pursuant to the first sentence of the first sentence shall not take effect earlier than eight weeks after the date of issuance of the Official Gazette in which it was placed.

    Notice of the placement shall be communicated without delay to the two Chambers of the States-General. In the interests of public health, by way of derogation from the first sentence of the first sentence, a plea may be made by means of a ministerial arrangement which may be prescribed by prescription, as long as the plea is also designated under the Article 3a (5) .

  • 3 It is prohibited to obtain any means, in list I and II Intended:

    • a. Offer a false or forged prescription;

    • b. to offer a prescription, indicating a different name or address other than the name or address of the person whose product is prescribed for the prescription.


Article 5

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of administration, rules shall be laid down for the delivery of the Article 4 designated resources. Without prejudice to this general measure of management, the prohibition on the preparation, processing, processing, sale, delivery, provision, transport or presence of a means intended in list I or II , not applicable to:

    • a. Pharmacists and pharmacists if under Article 4, first paragraph , designated for medical purposes, preparing, processing, processing, selling, delivering, providing, transporting or attending, and this work shall be carried out within the ordinary course of business;

    • b. veterinarians, if they are the Article 4 to sell, deliver, provide, transport or be present for veterinary purposes.

  • 2 The prohibitions on the provision, transport or presence of funds referred to in list I or II In addition, institutions designated for that purpose by a general measure of management shall not be applicable to those institutions and to those who use the means in question in the quantity available for the exercise of medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine; have to be in their own medical use or have to be in stock and obtained by legal means by virtue of a legal requirement.

  • 3 Furthermore, if a state of emergency is as intended in Article 1, first paragraph, of the Coordination Act of Exceptions is declared, by royal decree, on a proposal from Our Minister, other institutions or persons other than those referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, for whom the prohibitions relating to the provision, transport or presence of Resources referred to in list I or II , not applicable. This designation can be limited to certain areas and certain resources. Further detailed rules may also be attached to the designation. The designation shall be automatically cancelled if the state of emergency is terminated, and may also be withdrawn by royal decree, upon the proposal of Our Minister.

  • 4 The prohibitions relating to the transport or presence shall not, in addition, apply to those who carry the means or who have the means to do so by order of the person empowered to do so.


Article 6

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  • 2 A derogation or an extension thereof shall be granted for a maximum period of five years, except that a waiver of a prohibition shall be granted in accordance with Article 2 (A) , or Article 3 (A) , it shall be granted on a case-by-case basis and for a maximum of six months.

  • 3 Our Minister shall inform the applicant of any waiver or renewal thereof within three months of receipt of the application of his decision.


Article 7

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  • 1 For the treatment of an application for a waiver or amendment, supplement or renewal thereof, a fee may be levied. For the treatment of an application for a derogation as referred to in Article 8i, second paragraph , no fee shall be payable.

  • 2 A waiver may be subject to an annual fee. The first paragraph, second sentence, shall apply mutatis mutandis with regard to the annual fee.

  • 3 The level of the fees referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be determined by ministerial order and may be determined differently by category of exemption. Where a derogation applies for a period of less than one year, the fee referred to in paragraph 2 shall be fixed proportionately to a lower amount.


Article 7a [ Exposition by 17-03-2003]

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Article 8

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  • 1 An exemption may be granted or renewed only if the applicant has demonstrated to the satisfaction of our Minister:

    • a. that is the importance of public health or the health of animals;

    • b. to have these necessary for the conduct of scientific or analytical-chemical research or for instructive purposes, in so far as the importance of public health is not opposed to it; or

    • c. to have these necessary for the purpose of carrying out an act as referred to in Article 2 or 3 under an agreement with:

      • 1. another to whom under Article 6, first paragraph , a waiver has been granted;

      • (2) a pharmacist or a physician-doctor;

      • 3. a veterinarian;

      • 4. an institution or person designated under Article 5, second or third paragraph ;

      • 5. a holder of a licence or exemption granted in another country for the purpose of carrying out the funds in question in that country, in so far as the importance of public health is not opposed to it.

  • 2 An exemption may also be granted or renewed if the applicant needs it for the cultivation of cannabis under an agreement with Our Minister.


Article 8a

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  • 1 An exemption may be subject to rules to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Single Convention and the Psychotropic Substances Convention and the rules laid down by or under this Act, or to misuse a means such as Intended in list I or II to be avoided.

  • 2 At least the following shall be mentioned:

    • a. for which of the prohibitions, intended in Article 2 or 3 it is granted;

    • b. for which purposes it is granted;

    • c. on which plot or locality the relevant acts may take place;

    • d. method of storage;

    • e. the mode of security;

    • f. the way in which the stock records are furnished.


Article 8b

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A derogation or an extension thereof shall be refused if the applicant has been placed under receipted judgment pursuant to an irrevocable order, or his goods have been placed under the rule of law.


Article 8c

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Article 8d

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A waiver shall be revoked:

  • a. at the request of the holder of the waiver;

  • b. if the importance of public health is progressing;

  • c. if, in the opinion of our Minister, the purposes for which the waiver was granted cannot be realized anymore;

  • d. if any Article 7, second paragraph The fee due shall not be paid within 30 days after the levy has been charged nor has it been taken up by our Minister, after the expiry of that period, so as to pay for the payment within eight days.


Article 8e

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Article 8f

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  • 1 The person whose waiver is withdrawn shall be exempt from the funds to which the waiver relates during the period between the notification of the withdrawal and the last day of the waiver. He shall be taken from such means either by destruction or by the transfer to persons, including legal persons, who are empowered to act as referred to in Article 1. Article 2 or 3 .

  • 2 By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the holder of an exemption for the cultivation of hemp shall be exempt from the funds concerned by the waiver, either by destruction of those funds or by transfer to our Minister for sale.


Article 8g

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A waiver shall expire:

  • a. through the death of the holder;

  • (b) where, following an irrevocable decision, the holder of the waiver has been placed under receipor or his goods have been under government;

  • (c) if the legal person to whom the waiver is granted is dissolved, merged and is not the acquiring legal person, or is split.


Article 8h

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Our Minister shall ensure that:

  • (a) in the Netherlands, sufficient hemp is grown for scientific research into the medical application of hemp, hashish and hemp oil or for the production of medicinal products;

  • b. The cultivated hemp, referred to in point (a), shall be used for a purpose named under a.


Article 8i

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  • 1 Our Minister does not grant any more exemptions from the ban to cultivation of hemp than is necessary for the Article 8h and for the purpose of the processing of hemp.

  • 2 An exemption from the prohibition on the cultivation of hemp or the processing, processing or transport of hemp, hasjiesj and hemp oil for the in Article 8h the said purposes shall only be granted to the person with whom our Minister is concerned with an agreement to conduct such acts.

  • 3 An agreement as referred to in paragraph 2 shall cease to apply automatically from the date on which the waiver granted to the other party is withdrawn or expires.

  • 4 In an agreement as referred to in paragraph 2, in any case, it shall be determined that the other party of Our Minister shall sell the cultivated hemp only to him within four months of the harvest and shall deliver it and destroy the surplus hemp.

  • 5 Our Minister, with the exclusion of others, is responsible for hemp, hashish and hemp oil:

    • (a) to bring within or outside the territory of the Netherlands;

    • b. To be sold and delivered;

    • c. to be present, with the exception of stocks managed by those who have a derogation to grow, edit or process these means.

  • 6 The fifth paragraph shall not apply to the extent that applications of hemp, hashish or hemp oil are Article 3c, first paragraph -It's been designated.


Article 8j

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The supervision of compliance with or pursuant to this Act shall be subject to public health officials.


Article 8k

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With the detection of offences under this Act are, without prejudice to: Article 141 and Article 142, first paragraph, introductory wording and points (a) and (b) of the Code of Criminal Procedure , responsible for the task of the officials, Article 8j And the officials of the tax administration responsible for customs.


Article 9

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  • 1 The investigation officers shall have access to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties:

    • (a) means of transport, including residential goods, of which they are known, or of which they may reasonably be suspected, to be imported or transported or to be stored therein, or any means of transport as intended in list I or II ;

    • b. to the places where an infringement of this law is committed or where it can reasonably be suspected, that it is committed in such a way.

  • 2 They are empowered to investigate, in the presence of serious objections to such clothing, a person suspected of being criminalised by this law as a crime.

  • 3 They shall have the power to confiscate susceptible objects at any time. They shall be able to claim extradition for that purpose.

  • 4 The prosecutor or the judicial prosecutor for whom the accused is led or who himself has apprehend the suspect is competent to have entered into or who is about to enter the territory of the Netherlands. to leave territory, and which has been arrested in relation to an offence under this law as a criminal offence, to give an action to cooperate in a urinalyi, to demonstrate the presence in the body of resources such as: Intended in list I or II .


Article 9a

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Our Minister has the power to impose an administrative fine of up to € 33 500 in respect of conduct contrary to or under the jurisdiction of the Minister. Article 3c , 4, first or second member , or 5, 1st Member .


Article 10

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  • 3 He who intentionally trades at odds with it in Article 2 (C) , given prohibition shall be punished by imprisonment of a maximum of six years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 4 He who intentionally trades at odds with it in Article 2 B or D , given prohibition, it shall be punished by imprisonment of up to eight years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 5 He who intentionally trades at odds with an in Article 2 (A) , given prohibition, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to twelve years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • (6) If the fact, referred to in the third paragraph of paragraph 5, relates to a small quantity for his own use, imprisonment of a maximum of one year or a fine of the third category shall be imposed.


Article 10a

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  • 1 He who to a fact, meant in the fourth or fifth paragraph of Article 10 , to prepare for or to promote:

    • 1. another attempt to move that fact, to commit, to commit, to commit or to provoke, to assist or to provide, for that purpose, means, means or information;

    • 2. to provide itself or any other opportunity, means or information to commit that fact,

    • 3 °. the existence of items, means of transport, substances, funds or other means of payment, which he knows or has serious reason to suspect that they are intended to commit that fact,

    shall be punished by imprisonment of not more than six years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 2 This offence shall not be punishable by the fact that the facts described in paragraph 1 concern the goods within or outside the territory of the Netherlands of a small quantity intended for their own use.


Article 11

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  • 1 He who trades at odds with an in Article 3 Prohibition, shall be punished with custody not exceeding one month or a fine of the second category.

  • 2 He who intentionally trades at odds with an in Article 3 under B, C or D , given prohibition, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to two years or a fine of the fourth category.

  • 3 He who acts intentionally in the exercise of an occupation or business at odds with an in Article 3 (B) , given prohibition, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to six years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 4 He who intentionally trades at odds with an in Article 3 (A) , given prohibition, it shall be punished by imprisonment of up to four years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 5 Where a fact referred to in the second or fourth member relates to a large quantity of a plea, imprisonment of up to six years or a fine of the fifth category shall be imposed. The expression 'large quantity' means a quantity which exceeds the quantity of a product determined by a general measure of management.

  • 6 The second paragraph shall not apply where the fact relates to a quantity of hemp or hashish of not more than 30 grams.

  • 7 The second and fourth paragraphs do not apply where the fact relates to a small quantity for their own use of the product in question, which is to be used for their own use. list II the means listed, except hemp and hasjiesj.


Article 11a

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He who prepares, processed, processed, sold, sells, supplies, provides, transports, transports, produces, manufactures, holds or holds means of transport, spaces, funds or other means of payment, for the preparation, processing, supply, sale, supply, sale, transport, sale, transport, sale, sale, transport, has, of which he knows or has serious reason to suspect that they are destined to commit one of the Article 11, third and fifth member Criminal offences shall be punished by imprisonment of a maximum of three years or of a fine of the fifth category.


Article 11b

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Article 12

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If the value of cases with which or with regard to which facts, is punishable in the Articles 10, first to fifth paragraphs , 10a, 1st Member , 11, second to fifth members , 11a and 11b are committed, whether wholly or partly obtained through those facts, is higher than the fourth part of the maximum of the fine, may, even if the fact is committed by a natural person, impose a fine on the facts. of the next higher category.


Article 13

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Article 13a

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Without prejudice to the provisions of the Articles 33 to 35 and 36 B Up to 36 Ed of the Code of Criminal Law become the list I or II forfeited or declared to be removed from the movement.


Article 13b

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  • 1 The mayor has the power to impose a charge under administrative constraints if an agent is intended to be used in dwellings, premises or in or on dwellings or on premises of a kind used in buildings or buildings. list I or II is sold, delivered or provided or provided to do so.

  • 2 The first paragraph shall not apply where dwellings, premises or inherits as referred to in paragraph 1 are used for the purposes of the exercise of medical, medical, dental or veterinary medicine by substandard pharmacists. doctors, dentists or veterinary surgeons.


Article 14

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This law may be cited under the heading of the law of the Opium Act.


Article 15

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This law shall enter into force with effect from a day to be defined by Us.

At that time the Law of 4 October 1919 lapses, Stb. No 592, laying down provisions relating to opium and other narcotic drugs, as amended by the Law of 29 June 1925, Stb. No 308.

Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed and that all the Ministerial Departments, Authorities, Colleges and Officials, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise implementation.

Given at Paleize the Loo, den 12den May 1928

WILHELMINA.

The Minister for Labour, Trade and Industry,

J. R. SLOTEMAKER DE BRUINE.

The Minister for Internal Affairs and Agriculture,

J. B. KAN.

The Minister of Finance,

THE GEER.

The Minister of Water,

H. v. d. VEGTE.

Issued the one and thirsts of May 1928.

The Minister of Justice,

J. DONNER.


List I

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International Non-proprietary Name (INN) ¹

Other designations

further description

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25B-NBOI

2-(4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl) -N-[ (2-methoxyphenyl) methyl] ethanamine

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25C-NBOI

2-(4-chloro-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl) -N-[ (2-methoxyphenyl) methyl] ethanamine

-

25I-NBOMe

4-iodine-2,5-dimethoxy-N-(2-methoxybenzyl) phenethylamine

-

4,4 ' -DMAR

4-methyl-5-(4-methylphenyl) -4,5-dihydrooxazol-2-amine

-

5-IT

5-(2-aminopropyl) indole

acetorphine

-

-

Acetyl alpha Methyl fentanyl

N -[ 1-( alpha -methylphenethyl) -4-piperidyl]-acetanilide

-

acetyldihydrocodeine

4,5-epoxy-3-methoxy- N -methylmorphinane-6-yl-acetate

acetylmethadol

-

-

AH-7921

3,4-dichloro-N-[ [ 1-dimethylamino) cyclohexyl] methyl] benzamide

alfacetylmethadol

-

alfameprodine

-

alfamethadol

-

alpha Methyl fentanyl

N -[ 1 ( alpha -methylphenethyl) -4-piperidyl] propionanilide

alpha -Methylthiofentanyl

N -[ 1-[ 1-methyl-2-(2-thienyl) ethyl] -4-piperidyl] propionanilide

alfaprodine

-

alfentanil

-

allylprodine

-

-

AM-2201

[ 1-(5-Fluoropentyl) -1H-indol-3-yl] (naphthalen-1-yl) methanone

amphetamine

-

amineptin

7-[ (10,11-dihydro-5H-dibenzo [ a, d] cyclohepten-5-yl) amino] heptanoic acid

anileridine

-

benzethidine

-

-

Benzylmorphine

3-benzoyloxy-4,5-epoxy- N -methyl-7-morfinen-6-ol

betacetylmethadol

-

-

beta -hydroxy-3-methylfentanyl

N -[ 1-( beta -hydroxyphenethyl) -3-methyl-4-piperidyl] propionanilide

-

beta -hydroxyfentanyl

N -[ 1-( beta -hydroxyphenethyl) -4-piperidyl]-propionanilide

betameprodine

-

betamethadol

-

betaprodine

-

Possramide

-

-

bolkaf

all parts of the plant Papaver somniferum L. after harvesting, with the exception of the seed

brolamfetamine

DOB

cathinone

-

2C-B

4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenetylamine

-

2C-I

2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodophenethylamine

-

2C-T-2

2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethylthiophenethylamine

-

2C-T-7

2,5-dimethoxy-4-(n)-propylthiophenolamine

clonitazone

-

-

coca leaf

leaves of plants of the genus Erythroxylon

-

Cocaine

(-) -3- beta- benzoyloxytropan-2- beta- Carbonated methyl ester

-

codeine

4,5-epoxy-3-methoxy- N -methyl-7-morfinen-6-ol

codoxime

-

-

Concentrate of bolkaf

The material obtained by subjecting bolkaf to treatment for the concentration of its alkaloids

desomorphine

-

dexamphetamine

-

dextromoramide

-

dextropropoxyphone

-

diampromide

-

Diethylthiambutene

-

-

N, N -diethyl tryptamine, DET

3-[ 2-(diethylamino) ethyl] indol

diphenoxin

-

diphenoxylate

-

Dihydrocodeine

-

-

dihydroethorphine

7,8-dihydro-7- alpha -[ 1-( R )-hydroxy-1-methylbutyl]-6,14- Endo -ethano-tetrahydro-oripavine

-

dihydromorphine

4,5-epoxy- N -Methylmorphinan-3,6-diol

dimefeptanol

-

dimenoxadol

-

-

2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine, DMA

(±) -2,5-dimethoxy- alpha -methylphenethylamine

-

2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethylamfetamine, DOET

(±) -4-ethyl-2,5-dimethoxy- alpha -methylphenethylamine

-

2,5-dimethoxy-4-methamphetamine, STP, DOM

2,5-dimethoxy- alpha , 4-dimethylphenethylamine

dimethylthiambutene

-

-

N, N- Dimethyl tryptamine, DMT

3-[ 2-(dimethylamino) ethyl] indol

dioxapetyl butirate

-

dipipanone

-

-

DMHP

3-(1,2-dimethylheptyl) -7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6,9-trimethyl-6 H -dibenzo [ b, d ] pyran-1-ol

drotebanol

-

-

ecgonine

3-hydroxy-2-tropanecarboxylic acid

-

N -ethyl-3,4-methylenedioxy-amphetamine, N -Ethyl-MDA

(±)- N Ethyl alpha -Methyl-3,4- (methylene-dioxy) phenethylamine

ethylmethylthiambutene

-

-

ethylmorphine

4,5-epoxy-3-ethoxy- N -methyl-7-morfinen-6-ol

eticyclidine

-

etonitazone

-

etorphine

-

etoxeridine

-

etryptamine

-

phenadoxone

-

phenampromide

-

phenazocine

-

phencyclidine

-

fenetylline

-

phenmetrazine

-

phenomorphan

-

phenoperidine

-

Fentanyl

-

Folcodine

-

-

furethidine

1-(2-tetrahydrofurfuryloxyethyl)-4-phenyl-piperidin-4-carboxylic acid ethyl ester

-

GHB

4-hydroxybutyric acid

-

hennepoe

Concentrate of plants of the genus Cannabis (true hemp) obtained by extraction of hemp or hashish, whether or not mixed with oil

-

Heroin, diamorphine

4,5-epoxy-17-methylmorfinan-3,6-diyl diacetate

hydrocodone

-

hydromorphinol

-

hydromorphoone

-

-

N -hydroxymethylene-dioxyamphetamine, N -hydroxyMDA

(±)- N -[ alpha -Methyl-3,4-(methylenedioxy)-phenethyl]-hydroxylamine

hydroxypethidine

-

isomethadone

-

-

JWH-018

naphthalen-1-yl (1-pentyl-1H-indol-3-yl) methanone

ketobemidone

-

levamphetamine

-

levophenacyl morfan

-

-

Levomethamfetamine

(-)- N , alpha -dimethylphenethylamine

levomethorphan

-

levomoramide

-

levorphanol

-

lysergide

LSD

-

MDPV

3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone

mecloqualone

-

-

mefedron

4-methylmethcathinone

-

mescaline

3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine

metamfetamine

-

metamfetamine racemate

-

metazocine

-

methadone

-

-

methadone intermediate product

4-cyano-2-dimethylamino-4,4-diphenylbutane

methaqualone

-

-

methcathinone

(2-methylamino) -1-phenylpropan-1-one

-

2-methoxy-4,5-methylenedioxyamphetamine, MMDA

2-methoxy- alpha -Methyl-4,5-(methylenedioxy)-phenethylamine

-

4-methylamphetamine, 4-MA

-

-

4-methylaminorex

(±)-cis-2-amino-4-methyl-5-phenyl-2-oxazoline

-

methoxetamine

2-(3-methoxyphenyl) -2-(ethylamino) cyclohexanone

methyldesorphine

-

methyldihydromorphine

-

-

3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, MDMA

(±)- N , alpha -dimethyl-3,4-(methylenedioxy)-phenethylamine

methylphenidate

-

-

3-methylfentanyl

N -(3-methyl-1-phenethyl-4-piperidyl) propione anilide

-

MPPP

1-methyl-4-phenyl-4-piperidinol propionate (ester)

-

4-methylthioamphetamine, 4-MTA

4-methylthio- alpha -methylphenethylamine

-

3-methylthiofentone

N -[ 3-methyl-1-[ 2-(2-thienyl) ethyl] -4-piperidyl] propionanilide

-

Methyl one

(RS)-2-methylamino-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl) propan-1-one

metopon

-

-

moramide-intermediate

2-methyl-3-morpholino-1,1-diphenylpropane-carboxylic acid

morferidine

-

-

morphine

4,5-epoxy- N -methyl-7-morphine-3,6-diol

-

morphine-methobromide

4,5-epoxy- N -methyl-7-morphine-3,6-diol methyl bromide

-

morphine- N -oxide

4,5-epoxy-3,6-dihydroxy- N -methyl-7-morphine

-

MT-45

1-cyclohexyl-4-(1,2-diphenylethyl) piperazine

myrophine

-

nicocodine

-

nicodicodine

-

nicomorphine

-

noracymethadol

-

norcodeine

-

norlevorphanol

-

normethadone

-

normorphine

-

norpipanone

-

-

Opium

The curdled milk juice obtained from the plant Papaver somniferum L.

oripavine

3- O -demethylthebaine

6,7,8,14-tetradehydro-4,5- alpha -epoxy-6-methoxy-17-methylmorphinan-3-ol

oxycodone

-

oxymorphone

-

-

para -Fluorfentanyl

4 '-fluoro- N -(1-phenethyl-4-piperidyl) propione anilide

-

parahexyl

3-hexyl-7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6,6,9-trimethyl-6 H -dibenzo [ b, d ] pyran-1-ol

-

para -methoxyamphetamine, PMA

P -methoxy- alpha -methylphenethylamine

para -methoxymethamphetamine, PMMA

N -methyl-1-(4-methoxyphenyl) -2-aminopropane

PEPAP

1-phenethyl-4-phenyl-4-piperidinol acetate (ester)

pethidine

-

-

Pethidine intermediate A

4-cyano-1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine

-

Pethidine intermediate B

4-phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid ethyl ester

-

Pethidine intermediate C

1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid

piminodine

-

piritramide

-

proheptazine

-

properidin

-

propiram

-

-

psilocin

3-[ 2-(dimethylamino) ethyl] indol-4-ol

psilocybin

-

racemethorphan

-

racemoramide

-

racemorfan

-

remifentanil

-

rolicyclidine

-

secobarbital

-

sufentanil

-

tapentadol

-

-

For amphetamine

-

tenocyclidine

-

-

Tetrahydrocannabinol

(6) aR , 10 aR ) 6 A , 7,8,10 A -tetrahydro-6,6,9-trimethyl-3-pentyl-6 H -dibenzo [ b, d ] pyran-1-ol

thebacon

-

-

thebaine

4,5-epoxy-3,6-dimethoxy- N -methyl-6,8-morphine

-

thiofentone

N -[ 1-[ 2-(2-thienyl) ethyl] -4-piperidyl] propion-anilide

tilidine

-

-

TMA-2

2,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine

trimeperidine

-

-

3,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine, TMA

(±) -3,4,5-trimethoxy- alpha -methylphenethylamine

zipeprol

-

¹ The generic name set by the World Health Organisation.

the esters and derivatives of ecgonine, which can be converted to ecgonine and cocaine;

the mono-and di-alkylamide, pyrrolidine and morpholine derivatives of lysergic acid, and the amounts of such substances obtained by the introduction of methyl, acetyl or halogen groups;

5-grade nitrogen-substituted morphinic derivatives, including morphine-substituted N -oxide-derivatives, such as codeine- N -oxidis;

the isomers and stereoisomers of tetrahydrocannabinol;

the ethers, esters and enantiomers of the substances referred to above, with the exception of dextromethorphan (INN) as an enantiomer of levomethorfan and racemethorfan, and with the exception of dextrorfanol (INN) as an enantiomer of levorphanol and racemorfan;

Preparations containing one or more of the substances mentioned above.


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International Non-proprietary Name (INN)

Other designations

further description

allobarbital

-

alprazolam

-

amobarbital

-

amfepramone

-

aminorex

-

barbital

-

Benzfetamine

-

bromazepam

-

brotizolam

-

2-bromo-4-(o-chlorophyenyl) -9-

methyl-6H-thieno (3.2-f) -s-

triazolo (4.3-a) (1, 4) diazepine.

buprenorphine

-

butalbital

-

bzp

1-benzylpiperazine

1-benzyl-1,4-diazacyclohexane

camazepam

-

Cathine

-

chlordiazepoxide

-

clobazam

-

clonazepam

-

clorazepate

-

clotiazepam

-

cloxazolam

-

cyclobarbital

-

delorazepam

-

diazepam

-

estazolam

-

ethchlorvynol

-

ethinamate

-

ethyl loflazepate

-

ethylamfetamine

-

fencamfamin

-

phendimetrazine

-

phenobarbital

-

Fenproporex

-

phentermine

-

fludiazepam

-

flunitrazepam

-

flurazepam

-

gluthethimide

-

halazepam

-

haloxazolam

-

-

hasjiesj

a usual solid mixture of the separated resin obtained from plants of the genus Cannabis (hemp), with plant elements of these plants

-

True hemp

each part of the plant of the genus Cannabis (hemp), to which the resin has not been extracted, except the seeds

ketazolam

-

lefetamine

-

loprazolam

-

lorazepam

-

lormetazepam

-

mazindol

-

Medal zepam

-

mefenorex

-

meprobamate

-

mesocarb

-

methylphenobarbital

-

methyprylon

-

midazolam

-

nimetazepam

-

nitrazepam

-

nordazepam

-

oxazepam

-

oxazolam

-

pemoline

-

Pentazocine

-

pentobarbital

-

pinazepam

-

pipradrol

-

prazepam

-

pyrovalerone

-

-

Qat

the leaves and twigs of the plant Catha Edulis Forsk

secbutabarbital

-

temazepam

-

Tetrazepam

-

triazolam

-

Vinylbital

-

zolpidem

-

Mushrooms

A: mushrooms which naturally contain the dusts of psilocin or psilocybin:

agrocybe farinacea

-

conocybe cyanopus

Blue-footbreakskin

conocybe kuehneriana

Grass-crushing rock

conocybe siligineoides

-

conocybe smithii

-

copelandia affinis

-

copelandia anomala

-

copelandia bispora

-

copelandia cambodginiensis

-

Copelandia chlorocystis

-

Copelandia cyanescens

-

copelandia lentisporus

-

copelandia mexicana

-

copelandia tirunelveliensis

-

copelandia tropica

-

copelandia tropicalis

-

copelandia westii

-

galerina steglichii

-

Gerronema fibula

-

Gerronema solidipes

-

gymnopilus aeruginosus

-

gymnopilus braendlei

-

gymnopilus intermedius

-

gymnopilus lateritius

-

gymnopilus liquiritiae

-

gymnopilus luteofolius

-

gymnopilus luteoviridis

-

gymnopilus luteus

-

gymnopilus purpuratus

-

gymnopilus sapineus

Denim hat

gymnopilus spectabilis

-

gymnopilus subpurpuratus

-

gymnopilus validipes

-

gymnopilus viridans

-

hypholoma gigearly

-

hypholoma guzmanii

-

hypholoma naematoliformis

-

hypholoma neocaledonica

-

hypholoma popperianum

-

hypholoma rhombispora

-

inocybe aeruginascens

Green fibrous head

inocybe coelestium

-

inocybe corydalina corydalina

Groonly perefibre head

inocybe corydalina erinaceomorpha

Schubbige peefibre

inocybe haemacta

Skund head-blushing

inocybe tricolor

-

mycena cyanorrhiza

blue-footed mycena

panaeolina foenisecii

Gazonflakplate

panaeolina rhombisperma

-

Panaeolina sagarae

-

Panaeolina Microsemen

-

panaeolus africanus

-

panaeolus ater

black-brown plakplate

Panaeolic castaneifolius

-

panaeolus fimicola

Grey plakplate

panaeolus microsporus

-

panaeolus moellerianus

-

Panaeolus olivaceus

-

panaeolus papilionaceus

White plakplate

panaeolus retirugis

geathird spot plate

panaeolus rubricaulis

-

panaeolus sphinctrinus

franjevleleboard

panaeolus subbalteatus

Saddled plate

panaeolus venezolanus

-

pluteus atricapillus

-

pluteus cyanopus

Blue-green fungus

pluteus glaucus

-

pluteus nigriviridis

-

pluteus salicinus

Green-green deer-swm

pluteus villosus

-

psilocybe acutipilea

-

psilocybe angustipleurocystidiata

-

psilocybe antioquensis

-

psilocybe aquamarina

-

psilocybe argentipes

-

psilocybe armandii

-

psilocybe aucklandii

-

psilocybe australiana

-

psilocybe aztecorum

-

bonetius psilocybe aztecl

-

psilocybe azurescens

-

psilocybe baeocystis

-

psilocybe banderiliensis

-

psilocybe barrerae

-

psilocybe bohemica

-

psilocybe brasiliensis

-

psilocybe brunneocystidiata

-

psilocybe caeruleoannulata

-

psilocybe caerulescens

-

psilocybe caerulescens ombrophila

-

psilocybe caerulipes

-

Psilocybe

-

psilocybe chiapanensis

-

psilocybe collybioides

-

psilocybe columbiana

-

psilocybe coprinifacies

-

psilocybe cordispora

-

psilocybe cubensis

-

Psilocybe cyanescens

-

psilocybe cyanofibrillosa

-

psilocybe dumontii

-

psilocybe eucalypta

-

psilocybe fagicola

-

Psilocybe fagicola mesocystidiata

-

psilocybe farinacea

-

psilocybe fimetaria

-

psilocybe fuliginosa

-

psilocybe furtadoana

-

psilocybe galindoi

-

psilocybe goniospora

-

psilocybe graveolens

-

psilocybe guatapensis

-

psilocybe guilartensis

-

psilocybe heimii

-

psilocybe heliconiae

-

psilocybe herrerae

-

psilocybe hispanica

-

Psilocybe highshagenii highshagenii

-

psilocybe high-shagenii convexa

-

psilocybe inconspicua

-

psilocybe indica

-

psilocybe isabelae

-

psilocybe jacobsii

-

psilocybe jaliscana

-

psilocybe kumaenorum

-

psilocybe laurae

-

psilocybe lazoi

-

psilocybe liniformans

-

americana psilocybe liniformans

-

psilocybe mairei

-

psilocybe makarorae

-

psilocybe mammillata

-

psilocybe meridensis

-

psilocybe mexicana

-

psilocybe moseri

-

psilocybe muliercula

-

psilocybe natalensis

-

psilocybe natarajanii

-

psilocybe ochreata

-

psilocybe papuana

-

psilocybe paulensis

-

psilocybe pelliculosa

-

psilocybe pericystis

-

psilocybe pintonii

-

psilocybe pleurocystidiosa

-

psilocybe plutonium

-

psilocybe portoricensis

-

psilocybe pseudoaztecorum

-

psilocybe puberulula

-

psilocybe quebecensis

-

psilocybe ramulosa

-

psilocybe rostrata

-

psilocybe rzedowskii

-

psilocybe samuiensis

-

psilocybe sanctorum

-

psilocybe skittii

-

psilocybe semilanceata

Puntig kaalcup

psilocybe septentrionalis

-

psilocybe serbica

-

psilocybe sierrae

-

Psilocybe silvatica

-

psilocybe singerii

-

psilocybe strictipes

-

psilocybe stuntzii

-

psilocybe subacutipilea

-

psilocybe subaeruginascens

-

psilocybe subaeruginosa

-

psilocybe subcaerulipes

-

psilocybe subcubensis

-

psilocybe subtropicalis

-

psilocybe subyungensis

-

psilocybe subzapotecorum

-

psilocybe tampanensis

-

psilocybe tasmaniana

-

psilocybe uruguayensis

-

psilocybe uxpanapensis

-

psilocybe venenata

-

psilocybe veraecrucis

-

psilocybe villarrealii

-

psilocybe laidoniorum

-

psilocybe weilii

-

psilocybe weldenii

-

psilocybe wrightii

-

psilocybe xalapensis

-

psilocybe yungensis

-

psilocybe zapotecorum

-

B: mushrooms containing naturally muscimol and ibotenic acid:

Alita muscaria muscaria

Fly-swm

amanita pantherina

panteramanite

Preparations containing one or more of the above substances, with the exception of hemp oil.