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Minutes Of The Meeting

Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

Columbus, Ohio

April 2, 3, 4, 2001

 

MONDAY, APRIL 2, 2001

 

10:00 a.m.      ROLL CALL

 

The State Board of Pharmacy convened in Room 1914, Vern Riffe Center for Govern­ment and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Suzanne L. Neuber, R.Ph. (President); Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Ann D. Abele, R.Ph.; Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Member; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

 

Also present were William T. Winsley, Executive Director; Timothy Benedict, Assistant Executive Director; Mark Keeley, Legislative Affairs Administrator; David Rowland, Legal Affairs Administrator; and Sally Ann Steuk, Assistant Attorney General.

10:20 a.m.

Mrs. Adelman moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code and for the purpose of conferring with an attorney for the Board regarding pending or imminent court action pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(3) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Abele and a roll call vote was conducted by President Neuber as follows: Adelman-Yes, Abele-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

11:40 a.m.

RES. 2001-137  The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mr. Turner moved that the Board agree to a settlement in the matter of Lillian Silvershein-Weiss, R.Ph. under terms specified by the Board and that the settlement become final upon the signature of all parties.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Abele and approved by the Board (Aye-5/Nay-1).

11:45 a.m.

A discussion was held regarding the NABP Annual Meeting to be held on May 5-9, 2001, the candidates running for offices at that meeting, and proposals regarding the restruc­turing of the NABP Executive Committee.  There were no items requiring official Board action.

11:56 a.m.

The Board recessed for lunch.

  1:15 p.m.

The Board reconvened in Room 1914, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio to continue with the Board meeting with the following members present:

 

Suzanne L. Neuber, R.Ph. (President); Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Ann D. Abele, R.Ph.; Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph.; Amonte B. Littlejohn, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Member; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

  1:14 p.m.

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Jerry N. Liliestedt, Pharmacy Intern, North Canton.

  4:15 p.m.

The hearing ended and the record was closed.

  4:20 p.m.

Ms. Abele moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Littlejohn and a roll call vote was conducted by President Neuber as follows: Abele-Yes, Adelman-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Littlejohn-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

  4:40 p.m.

RES. 2001-138  The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mr. Giacalone moved that the Board adopt the following Order in the matter of Jerry N. Liliestedt:

 

(A)     Testimony

 

State's Witnesses:

 

(1)     Thomas Miksch, Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

(2)     Ronald Fithen, Gahanna Police Department

 

Respondent's Witnesses:

 

(1)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt, Respondent

(2)     Kevin Daley, R.Ph.

(3)     Gregory Wood, R.Ph.

(4)     David Brudapest, R.Ph.

(5)     Wendy Arnold, R.Ph.

(6)     Jerry N. Liliestedt, Father of Respondent

 

(B)     Exhibits

 

State's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit 1--Copy of three-page Proposal To Deny/Notice of Opportunity for Hearing letter dated December 27, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit 1A--Copy of Intern Computer File Front Page of Jerry Neil Liliestedt showing original date of registration as July 15, 1997.

(3)     Exhibit 1B--Copy of Hearing Request letter dated January 24, 2001.

(4)     Exhibit 1C--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated January 26, 2001.

(5)     Exhibit 1D--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated February 12, 2001.

(6)     Exhibit 1E--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated March 27, 2001.

(7)     Exhibit 2--Copy of  two-page Violation Report from Jerry Neil Liliestedt dated September 25, 2000.

(8)     Exhibit 3--Copy of Gahanna Traffic Ticket No. A104630 dated January 28, 2000.

(9)     Exhibit 4--Copy of "Statement of Fact: Arrest of Jerry N. Liliestedt" by Ptl. R. Fithen notarized November 6, 2000.

(10)   Exhibit 5--Copy of fourteen-page Statement of Jerry N. Liliestedt notarized November 14, 2000.

(11)   Exhibit 6--Copy of Gahanna Police Department Constitutional Rights form for Jerry N. Liliestedt dated January 28, 2000.

(12)   Exhibit 7--Copy of Franklin County Municipal Court Arrest Warrant/Complaint No. 614884, State of Ohio vs. Jerry N. Liliestedt, notarized January 28, 2000.

(13)   Exhibit 8--Copy of Franklin County Municipal Court Complaint No. 614885, State of Ohio vs. Jerry N. Liliestedt, notarized January 28, 2000.

 

Respondent's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit A--Copy of Franklin County Municipal Court Entry for Case No. 00/125233, State of Ohio vs. Jerry N. Liliestedt, filed February 14, 2001.

(2)     Exhibit B--Copy of Franklin County Municipal Court Receipt No. 1318482 for Case No. 2000 TR C 125233, City of Gahanna vs. Jerry Liliestedt, dated Febru­ary 14, 2001.

(3)     Exhibit C--Copy of letter from Gerald L. Cable, R.Ph. dated January 29, 2001.

(4)     Exhibit D--Copy of letter from Douglas J. Donaldson, R.Ph. dated January 31, 2001.

(5)     Exhibit E--Copy of letter from Nathan Capaldi dated March 26, 2001.

(6)     Exhibit F--Copy of letter from Nickyah Dondrye Hazly, not dated.

(7)     Exhibit G--List of Witnesses, not dated.

(8)     Exhibit H--Copy of letter from Matthew E. Erick, R.Ph., not dated.

 

(1)     Records of the State Board of Pharmacy indicate that Jerry Neil Liliestedt submitted an Application for Examination as a Pharmacist on or about October 10, 2000.

 

(2)     Records further indicate that Jerry Neil Liliestedt was originally licensed to practice pharmacy as an intern in the state of Ohio on July 15, 1997.

 

(3)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt did, on or about January 27, 2000, commit acts equivalent to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in violation of Section 333.01 of the Gahanna Codified Ordinances, a misdemeanor of the first degree.

 

(4)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt did, on or about January 27, 2000, commit acts equivalent to Failure to Control (a motor vehicle) in violation of Section 331.34 of the Gahanna Codified Ordinances, a misdemeanor of the first degree.

 

(5)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt did, on or about January 27, 2000, commit acts equivalent to Resisting Arrest in violation of Section 2921.33 of the Ohio Revised Code, a misdemeanor of the first degree; and Assault (on a police officer) in violation of Section 2903.13, a felony of the fourth degree.

 

(A)     The State Board of Pharmacy hereby declares that, upon issuance, Jerry Neil Liliestedt's pharmacist identification card is not in good standing and thereby denies the privilege of being a preceptor and training pharmacy interns pursuant to paragraph (D)(1) of Rule 4729-3-01 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

 

(B)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt may not serve as a responsible pharmacist.

 

(C)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt must not violate the drug laws of the state of Ohio, any other state, or the federal government.

 

(D)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt must abide by the rules of the State Board of Pharmacy.

 

(E)     Jerry Neil Liliestedt must comply with the terms of this order.

 

 

The motion was seconded by Mrs. Teater and approved by the Board (Aye-6/Nay-1).

  4:42 p.m.

The meeting was recessed until Tuesday, April 3, 2001.

 

 

tuesday, april 3, 2001

 

  8:01 a.m.     ROLL CALL

 

The State Board of Pharmacy convened in Room 1914, Vern Riffe Center for Govern­ment and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Suzanne L. Neuber, R.Ph. (President); Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Ann D. Abele, R.Ph.; Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Member; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

  8:03 a.m.

Mr. Giacalone discussed the proposed federal rules on patient confidentiality (HIPAA regulations) with the Board members.

  8:05 a.m.

Board Member Suzanne Eastman, R.Ph. arrived and joined the meeting in progress.

  8:15 a.m.

Board Member Amonte Littlejohn, R.Ph. arrived and joined the meeting in progress.

  9:00 a.m.

The discussion on patient confidentiality ended and the Board took a brief recess.

  9:15 a.m.

The Board reconvened and was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matters of William C. Ringle, R.Ph., Westerville and .The Medicine Shoppe, T.D., Columbus.

11:35 p.m.

The hearing was recessed until after the reciprocity hearing.  The Board recessed for lunch.

  1:00 p.m.

The Board convened in Room 1919, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio, for the purpose of meeting with the candidates for licensure by reciprocity with the following members present:

 

Suzanne L. Neuber, R.Ph. (President); Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Ann D. Abele, R.Ph.; Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Amonte B. Littlejohn, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Member; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

 

RES. 2001-139  Following presentations by Board members and self-introductions by the candidates for licensure by reciprocity, Ms. Eastman moved that the Board approve the following candidates for licensure.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Kost and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

 

GRANT M. ANGLEMYER

 

INDIANA

LANCE EDWARD BARBER

 

PENNSYLVANIA

JULIE MARIE CAMPBELL

 

WEST VIRGINIA

JOHN JOSEPH EKIERT

 

PENNSYLVANIA

DARREN W. LOW

 

ILLINOIS

ERIC T. MICHAEL

 

MINNESOTA

JULIANA MARIE NOWAK

 

PENNSYLVANIA

MARITZA SANTIAGO

 

PUERTO RICO

THOMAS GLENN SHEPARD

 

INDIANA

KATHERINE LYNN THOMAS

 

WEST VIRGINIA

  1:35 p.m.

The Board reconvened in Room 1914 with all members present to continue the hearing in the matters of William C. Ringle, R.Ph., Westerville and .The Medicine Shoppe, T.D., Columbus.

  2:36 p.m.

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  The Board took a brief recess.

  3:00 p.m.

Ms. Abele left for the day for personal business.

  3:05 p.m.

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matters of Larry D. Shaffer, R.Ph., Uhrichsville.

  4:30 p.m.

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  The Board members discussed items not requiring official action by the Board.

  4:54 p.m.

The meeting was recessed until Wednesday, April 4, 2001.

 

 

wednesday, april 4, 2001

 

  8:05 a.m.     ROLL CALL

 

The State Board of Pharmacy convened in Room 1914, Vern Riffe Center for Govern­ment and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Suzanne L. Neuber, R.Ph. (President); Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Ann D. Abele, R.Ph.; Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Member; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

  8:12 a.m.

After discussion, Ms. Abele moved that the Minutes for the March 5, 6, 7, 2001 meeting be approved as amended.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Adelman and approved by the Board (Aye-6/Nay-0).

  8:13 a.m.

Board Member Suzanne Eastman, R.Ph. arrived and joined the meeting in progress.

  8:14 a.m.

Ms. Abele then moved that the Minutes of the special telephone conference call held on March 12, 2001 be approved as written.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Eastman and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

  8:20 a.m.

RES. 2001-140  Mr. Kost and Mr. McMillen presented two requests from groups wishing to be approved by the Board as providers of continuing pharmacy education (CPE).  After discussion, Ms. Abele moved that the Board deny the application presented by Pharmacy Jurispru­dence, L.L.C. to be a provider of continuing pharmacy education due to the inadequacy of the program submitted with the application.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Kost and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

 

After discussion, the application presented by Medina General Hospital Pharmacy Department to be a provider of continuing pharmacy education was tabled pending the receipt of complete application materials.

  8:23 a.m.

RES. 2001-141  Mr. Benedict presented a request from Andrew F. Bragalone, R.Ph. asking for a waiver from the requirements of Rule 4729-5-11(A) to allow him to serve as responsible phar­macist at more than one location.  After discussion, Ms. Abele moved that the request be approved for the following two locations for six months:

 

UHHS Richmond Heights Hospital (02-1214650)

UHHS Laurelwood Hospital  (02-1003750)

 

The motion was seconded by Mrs. Teater and approved by the Board (Aye-6/Nay-0/­Abstain-1[Eastman]).

 

RES. 2001-142  Mr. Benedict next presented a request from Steve L. Fettman, R.Ph. asking for a waiver from the requirements of Rule 4729-5-11(A) to allow him to serve as responsible phar­macist at more than one location.  After discussion, Ms. Abele moved that the request be denied for the following two locations:

 

Davies Pharmacy/W. Tuscarawas (02-0108200)

Davies Pharmacy/Whipple Ave. (02-0974700)

 

The motion was seconded by Ms. Eastman and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

  8:26 a.m.

RES. 2001-143  Mrs. Adelman moved that the Board authorize Mr. Winsley to sign the State Letter of Agreement with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) Foundation for the printing of the State Board Newsletters for the July 1, 2001-June 30, 2002 contract year.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Abele and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

  8:54 a.m.

RES. 2001-144  After discussion of a proposal from Allscripts requesting the Board to allow the use of a digitally-printed signature on prescriptions printed on a security paper issued from a physician’s office, Mr. Kost moved that Allscripts be notified that the Board’s original decision that all prescriptions issued directly to the patient must be manually signed by the prescriber would remain in effect.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Abele and approved by the Board (Aye-6/Nay-1).

  8:55 a.m.

Board Member Amonte Littlejohn, R.Ph. arrived and joined the meeting in progress.  Ms. Eastman left the meeting temporarily.

  8:59 a.m.

RES. 2001-145  Mr. Keeley discussed Proposed Rules 4729-5-27 and 4729-5-28 that had been approved for filing at the March, 2001 meeting of the Board.  He requested the Board to consider the addition of "route of administration" to these rules.  After further discussion, Mr. Turner moved that these rules be amended to read as follows when they are filed by Board staff:

 

4729-5-27   Recordkeeping.

 

The following recordkeeping requirements do not apply to records relating to the practice of pharmacy for an inpatient as defined in rule 4729-17-01 of the Administrative Code.

 

(A)  There must be positive identification of the pharmacist or phar­macists responsible for performing all activities relating to the practice of pharmacy including, but not limited to:

 

(1)  Prescription information entered into the record­keeping system;

 

(2)  Prospective drug utilization review as defined in rule 4729-5-20 of the Administrative Code;

 

(3)  Dispensing;

 

(4)  Patient counseling;

 

(5)  ADMINISTERING ADULT IMMUNIZATIONS.

 

(B)  When a pharmacist dispenses a drug pursuant to an original prescrip­tion, he/she must record the date of such dispensing and either manually record his/her name or initials on the original prescrip­tion or, if approved by the state board of pharmacy, enter his/her positive identi­fication into the computerized recordkeep­ing system as required in rule 4729-5-28 of the Administrative Code.  If an alternate recordkeeping system is being used pursuant to this rule, the record of dispensing the original prescription must also be recorded in the alternate recordkeep­ing system.

 

(C)  When a pharmacist dispenses a drug pursuant to an author­ized refill of a prescription, he/she must record the date of such dispensing and manually record his/her name or initials on the original pre­scription or enter such infor­mation on an alternate record meeting the requirements of this rule.  If an alternate recordkeeping sys­tem is being used pur­suant to this rule, this alternate record must be used to record the dispensing of all prescriptions.

 

(D)  The quantity dispensed shall be considered the quantity prescribed unless:

 

(1)  If the quantity dispensed on a new prescription is less than the quantity prescribed, the pharmacist shall note the quantity dispensed on the original prescription.  If the quantity dispensed on a new prescription is greater than the quantity prescribed, the pharmacist shall also record on the original prescription the date and time that the prescriber was contacted and approval obtained.

 

(2)  If the quantity dispensed on a refill prescription is less than the quantity prescribed, the pharmacist shall note the quantity dispensed on the original prescription or enter the quantity dispensed on an alternate record meeting the requirements of this rule.  If the quantity dispensed on a refill prescrip­tion is greater than the quantity pre­scribed, the pharmacist shall also record the date and time that the prescriber was contacted and approval obtained.

 

(E)  Where a prescription is written using a generic name, or where the phar­macist dispenses an equivalent drug product pursuant to the pro­visions of sections 4729.38 and 4729.381 of the Revised Code, the brand name or drug name and name of the manufacturer or distributor of the drug or the national drug code (NDC) number of the drug dispensed must be recorded on the record of dispensing by the phar­macist.

 

(F)  Records of dispensing drugs must provide accountability and ensure that patients do not receive more drugs than intended by the pre­scriber.  All recordkeeping systems shall provide records which are readily retriev­able and uniformly maintained for a period of three years from the date of the last dispensing.

 

(G)  If an alternate recordkeeping system is being used pursuant to this rule, such record shall include at a minimum the following data:

 

(1)  The serial number assigned to and recorded on the original pre­scription preserved on file at the pharmacy in accor­dance with section 4729.37 of the Revised Code.

 

(2)  Name, strength, and dosage form of the drug dispensed.

 

(3)  Date of dispensing (filling or refilling).

 

(4)  Quantity dispensed.  If the quantity dispensed is greater than that prescribed, the pharmacist must record the date and time that he/she contacted the prescriber and obtained approval.

 

(5)  The positive identification of the dispensing pharmacist.

 

(H)  All records relating to the practice of pharmacy shall be readily available, and promptly produced, upon request for inspection by a state board of pharmacy officer, agent, and/or inspector during regular business hours.

 

(I)  All prescriptions or other records relating to the practice of phar­macy, which are required to be kept for three years according to section 4729.37 of the Revised Code, may be microfilmed or placed on electronic, magnetic media.  The microfilm or electronic, magnetic media used for this purpose must comply with the "International Standards Organization" standards of quality approved for permanent records.  Such records are subject to all other paragraphs of this rule.

 

(J)  Any pharmacy intending to maintain records relating to the practice of pharmacy at a location other than the place licensed with the state board of pharmacy must first send written notification to the state board of pharmacy by certified mail, return receipt requested.  If not contested within sixty days of receipt by the state board of pharmacy office, such request will stand as approved.

 

(K)  RECORDS SHALL BE MAINTAINED FOR THREE YEARS ON ALL ADULT IMMUNIZA­TIONS ADMINISTERED PURSUANT TO SECTION 4729.41 OF THE REVISED CODE AND MUST INCLUDE AT LEAST THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

 

(1)  FULL NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PATIENT;

 

(2)  PATIENT’S DATE OF BIRTH OR AGE;

 

(3)  PATIENT’S GENDER;

 

(4)  PATIENT’S APPLICABLE ALLERGY INFORMATION;

 

(5)  DATE OF ADMINISTRATION BY THE PHARMACIST;

 

(6)  NAME, STRENGTH, AND DOSE OF THE ADULT IMMUNIZATION ADMINISTERED;

 

(7)  LOT NUMBER AND EXPIRATION DATE OF THE IMMUNIZATION;

 

(8)  ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION;

 

(9)  LOCATION OF THE INJECTION SITE;

 

(10) POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION OF THE ADMINISTERING PHARMACIST;

 

(11) DOCUMENTATION OF PATIENT INFORMED CONSENT.

 

(L)  A PHARMACIST WHO ADMINISTERS ADULT IMMUNIZATIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 4729.41 OF THE REVISED CODE SHALL MAINTAIN AND IMMEDIATELY MAKE AVAIL­ABLE, UPON THE REQUEST OF THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY, THE FOLLOWING RECORDS:

 

(1)  DOCUMENTATION OF THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A BOARD-APPROVED COURSE IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF ADULT IMMUNIZA­TIONS;

 

(2)  DOCUMENTATION OF THE CERTIFICATION TO PERFORM BASIC LIFE-SUPPORT PROCEDURES PURSUANT TO DIVISION (B)(2) OF SECTION 4729.41 OF THE REVISED CODE.

 

4729-5-28   Computerized recordkeeping systems.

 

If a computerized recordkeeping system is being used as an alternate record­keeping system pursuant to rule 4729-5-27 of the Administrative Code, the following requirements must be met:

 

(A)  The system must be capable of providing immediate retrieval (via CRT display and hard-copy printout or other mutually agreeable transfer medium) of patient profile information for all prescrip­tions filled within the previous twelve months and retrieval within three working days, excluding weekends and holidays, of all prescriptions dispensed within the previous thirty-six months.  This information shall include at least, but is not limited to, the follow­ing data:

 

(1)  The original prescription number;

 

(2)  Date of issuance of the original prescription order by the prescriber;

 

(3)  Date of dispensing by the pharmacist;

 

(4)  Full name and address of the patient;

 

(5)  Full name and address of the prescriber;

 

(6)  Directions for use;

 

(7)  The name, strength, dosage form, and quantity of the drug prescribed;

 

(8)  The quantity dispensed if different from the quantity prescribed;

 

(9)  Positive identification of the pharmacist responsible for pre­scription information entered into the computer system, the pharmacist responsible for prospective drug utilization review as defined in rule 4729-5-20 of the Administrative Code, and the pharmacist responsible for dispensing, if a board approved system;

 

(10) The total number of refills authorized by the prescriber;

 

(11) The refill history of the prescription as defined in paragraph (B) of this rule.

 

(B)  The refill history of the prescription must include, but is not limited to:

 

(1)  The prescription number;

 

(2)  The name and strength of the drug dispensed;

 

(3)  The date of refill;

 

(4)  The quantity dispensed;

 

(5)  The positive identification of the pharmacist responsible for prospective drug utilization review as defined in rule 4729-5-20 of the Administrative Code and the pharmacist responsible for dispensing for each refill, if a board approved system;

 

(6)  The total number of refills dispensed to date for that prescrip­tion order.

 

(C)  Documentation of the fact that the prescription refill information entered into the automated data processing system is correct must be provided by each individual pharmacist who makes use of such system by one of the following methods:

 

(1)  Positive identification, as defined in rule 4729-5-01 of the Administrative Code, of the pharmacist respon­sible for each data entry.  If this method is used, the automated data pro­cessing system must have a daily backup;

 

(2)  A hard-copy printout of each day's prescription refill data that shall include, at a minimum, the following data:

 

(a)  Date of dispensing;

 

(b)  Prescription number;

 

(c)  Patient name;

 

(d)  Name, strength (if applicable), and quantity of drug;

 

(e)  Identification of pharmacy and pharmacist;

 

(f)  Identification of controlled substances.

 

This printout must be verified, dated, and signed by each indivi­dual pharmacist who dispensed a prescrip­tion that day.  The phar­macist must verify that the data on the printout is complete and correct and sign a statement to that effect on the document as he/she would sign a check or legal document (e.g., J. H. Smith or Jane H. Smith).  These documents must be maintained in chrono­logical order in a separate file at the licensed location where the drug was dispensed for a period of three years from the date of dis­pens­ing.  If the printout is prepared at a location other than that where the drug was dispensed, the printout must be pro­vided to the licensed location within three working days, exclud­ing holidays and weekends, of the date on which the drugs were dispensed.  Such printouts must be verified and signed by each pharma­cist who dispensed drugs within twenty-four hours of the date the printout is received;

 

(3)  A tamper-evident log book in which shall be entered, at a minimum, the date of dispensing and prescription number.  The dispensing pharmacist must manually record his/her name or initials on each log book entry at the time of dispensing each refill; or

 

(4)  Each individual pharmacist involved in dispensing drugs must enter into a tamper-evident log book, at a minimum, the following data for each prescription refilled:

 

(a)  Date of dispensing;

 

(b)  Prescription number;

 

(c)  Patient name;

 

(d)  Name, strength (if applicable), and quantity of drug;

 

(e)  Identification of the pharmacist;

 

(f)  Identification of controlled substances.

 

Each individual pharmacist involved in dispensing drugs must re­view this information at the end of each day and then must sign a statement in the log book attesting to the fact that the pre­scription informa­tion entered into the computer that day and recorded in the log book has been reviewed by him/her and is correct as shown.

 

(D)  Any such computerized recordkeeping system must have the capability of producing a printout of any prescription data which the user pharmacy is responsible for maintaining pursuant to federal and state laws and their implementing regulations and rules within three working days of a re­quest being submitted by an individual author­ized by law to access such records.

 

(E)  Prescriptions entered into a computer system but not dispensed must meet all of the following conditions:

 

(1)  The complete prescription information must be entered in the computer system;

 

(2)  The information must appear in the patient's profile;

 

(3)  There is positive identification, in the computer system or on the hard-copy prescription, of the pharmacist who is responsible for entering the prescription information into the system; and

 

(4)  The original prescription is filed according to rule 4729-5-09 of the Administrative Code.

 

(F)  In the event that the computerized recordkeeping system experiences down-time, a record of all refills dispensed during such time must be recorded on the back of the ori­ginal prescription.  The refill infor­mation must be entered into the computerized recordkeeping system as soon as it is available for use.  During the time the computerized recordkeeping system is not available, prescriptions may be refilled only if, in the professional judgment of the phar­macist, the number of refills authorized by the prescriber has not been exceeded.

 

(G)  A pharmacy purging a computerized recordkeeping system of prescrip­tion records must develop a method of recordkeeping capable of pro­viding re­trieval (via CRT display, hard-copy printout, or other mutually agree­able transfer medium) within three working days, excluding holidays and weekends, of prescription order information for all prescriptions filled or refilled within the previous three years.  This information shall include, at a minimum, the following data:

 

(1)  Pharmacy name and address;

 

(2)  Original prescription number;

 

(3)  Date of issuance of the original prescription order by the prescriber;

 

(4)  Date of original dispensing by the pharmacist;

 

(5)  Full name and address of the patient;

 

(6)  Full name and address of the prescriber;

 

(7)  Directions for use;

 

(8)  Name, strength, dosage form, and quantity of the drug prescribed;

 

(9)  Quantity dispensed if different from the quantity prescribed;

 

(10) Total number of refills authorized by the prescriber;

 

(11) Total number of refills dispensed to date for that prescription order;

 

(12) Date of each refill;

 

(13) Name or initials of the dispensing pharmacist.

 

Such data must be accessible by patient profile, alpha­betically, or serially by prescription number.

 

(H)  A log must be maintained of all changes made to a pre­scription record after the prescription has been dispensed.  Such log may be accessible to the pharmacist for review, but shall be protected from being altered in any way.  The log must contain at least, but is not limited to, the fol­lowing:

 

(1)  Date and time of change;

 

(2)  Changes made;

 

(3)  Pharmacist making the change.

 

(I)  THE SYSTEM MUST BE CAPABLE OF PROVIDING IMMEDIATE RETRIEVAL (VIA CRT DISPLAY AND HARD-COPY PRINTOUT OR OTHER MUTUALLY AGREEABLE TRANSFER MEDIUM) OF PATIENT INFORMATION FOR ALL ADULT IMMUNIZA­TIONS ADMINISTERED PURSUANT TO SECTION 4729.41 OF THE REVISED CODE WITHIN THE PREVIOUS TWELVE MONTHS AND RETRIEVAL WITHIN THREE WORKING DAYS, EXCLUDING WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS, OF ALL ADULT IMMUNIZATIONS ADMINI­STERED WITHIN THE PREVIOUS THIRTY-SIX MONTHS.  THIS INFOR­MATION SHALL INCLUDE AT LEAST THE FOLLOW­ING:

 

(1)  FULL NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PATIENT;

 

(2)  PATIENT’S DATE OF BIRTH;

 

(3)  PATIENT’S GENDER;

 

(4)  PATIENT’S APPLICABLE ALLERGY INFORMATION;

 

(5)  DATE OF ADMINISTRATION BY THE PHARMACIST;

 

(6)  NAME, STRENGTH, AND DOSE OF THE ADULT IMMUNIZATION ADMINISTERED;

 

(7)  LOT NUMBER AND EXPIRATION DATE OF THE IMMUNIZATION;

 

(8)  ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION;

 

(9)  LOCATION OF THE INJECTION SITE;

 

(10) POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION OF THE ADMINISTERING PHARMACIST;

 

(11) DOCUMENTATION OF PATIENT INFORMED CONSENT.

 

The motion was seconded by Mr. Giacalone and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

  9:05 a.m.

The Board took a brief recess.

  9:14 a.m.

Mr. Littlejohn moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Adelman and a roll call vote was conducted by President Neuber as follows: Abele-Yes, Adelman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Kost-Yes, Littlejohn-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

  9:35 a.m.

RES. 2001-146  The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mrs. Adelman moved that the Board accept the settlement offer as amended by the Board in the mat­ter of Roger K. Elliott, R.Ph., Zanesville, to be effective immediately upon the signature of all parties.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Giacalone and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0).

  9:59 a.m.

Mr. Keeley and Karen Prather, Fiscal Officer, joined the Board and discussed the format of a quarterly financial report with the Board members.

10:00 a.m.

Ms. Eastman returned to the Board meeting in progress.

10:12 a.m.

Mr. Keeley presented his Legislative Report and discussed current and pending legis­lation with the Board members.

10:25 a.m.

Mr. Kost presented his report on the Nursing Board’s Committee on Prescriptive Gov­ernance and discussed several issues with the Board members.

10:49 a.m.

Mr. Benedict presented his report on the Medical Board’s Prescribing Committee.

11:16 a.m.

Ms. Abele moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Giacalone and a roll call vote was conducted by President Neuber as follows: Abele-Yes, Adelman-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Kost-Yes, Littlejohn-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

11:40 a.m.

RES. 2001-147  The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mr. Turner moved that the Board adopt the following Order in the matter of Larry D. Shaffer, R.Ph.:

 

(A)     Testimony

 

State's Witnesses:

 

(1)     None

 

Respondent's Witnesses:

 

(1)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr., Respondent

(2)     David W. Baker, R.Ph.

(3)     Sherie Shaffer, Respondent’s wife

(4)     Philip Strosnider

(5)     Wayne C. Miller, R.Ph.

 

(B)     Exhibits

 

State's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit 1--Hearing Request letter dated December 15, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit 1A--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated December 22, 2000.

(3)     Exhibit 1B--Copy of Pharmacist Computer File Front Page of Larry Devonne Shaffer.

(4)     Exhibit 2--Copy of four-page Virginia Board of Pharmacy Consent Order of Larry D. Shaffer dated August 11, 1993.

(5)     Exhibit 3--Two-page copy of renewal application for pharmacist license, No. 03-1-17555, of Larry D. Shaffer dated July 9, 1994.

(6)     Exhibit 4--Copy of Buehler Food Markets, Inc. Statement of Larry Shaffer dated September 1, 1994.

(7)     Exhibit 5--Copy of two-page Indictment of Larry Shaffer, Case No. 94-CR-189, filed in the Wayne County Common Pleas Court on October 11, 1994.

(8)     Exhibit 6--Copy of two-page Journal Entry for State of Ohio vs. Larry Shaffer, Case No. 94-CR-189, filed in the Wayne County Common Pleas Court on March 29, 1995.

(9)     Exhibit 7--Copy of seven-page Order of the State Board of Pharmacy, Docket No. D-940915-016, in the matter of Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. effective June 30, 1995.

(10)   Exhibit 8--Copy of five-page Order of the State Board of Pharmacy, Docket No. D-960126-037 in the matter of Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. effective October 29, 1996.

(11)   Exhibit 9--Two-page copy of PRO Inc. Pharmacist’s Recovery Contract of Larry Shaffer dated November 16, 1996.

(12)   Exhibit 10--Copy of PRO Inc. Client Reporting Sheet/Client Monitoring Sheet for Larry Shaffer covering July 1, 1997 to September 30, 1997.

(13)   Exhibit 11--Copy of PRO Inc. Client Reporting Sheet/Client Monitoring Sheet for Larry Shaffer covering October 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997.

(14)   Exhibit 12--Copy of letter from Christopher Hart, R.Ph. dated March 9, 1998.

(15)   Exhibit 13--Copy of PRO Contract Termination letter from Nick A. Kallis, R.Ph. dated March 15, 1998.

(16)   Exhibit 14--Copy of five-page Order of the State Board of Pharmacy, Docket No. D-980320-050, in the matter of Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. dated April 13, 1998.

(17)   Exhibit 15--Copy of six-page Order of the State Board of Pharmacy, Docket No. D-990916-002, in the matter of Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. dated January 13, 2000.

 

Respondent's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit A--Two-page copy of PRO Inc. Pharmacist's Recovery Contract of Larry Shaffer dated May 21, 2000; Copy of letter from Fred N. Karaffa, M.D. and Chris Lindskog, R.N. dated May 31, 2000; Copy of letter from Larry D. Shaffer, Jr. dated June 7, 2000; Copy of Shepherd Hill RMS Extended Service Agreement of Larry Shaffer dated February 16, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit B--Copy of nine Quest Diagnostics two-page drug screen reports for samples collected from Larry Shaffer on March 10, 2001, February 9, 2001, January 23, 2001, December 27, 2000, November 29, 2000, November 8, 2000, October 16, 2000, September 15, 2000, and August 25, 2000; Copy of two Chain of Custody forms and two LabCorp drug screen reports for samples collected from Larry Shaffer on May 18, 2000 and February 16, 2000; Copy of three Quest Diagnostics drug screen reports for samples collected from Larry Shaffer on June 7, 2000, July 6, 2000, and August 1, 2000; Copy of eleven Quest Diagnostics Chain of Custody Document/Request Form for samples col­lected from Larry Shaffer on June 7, 2000, July 6, 2000, August 1, 2000, August 25, 2000, September 15, 2000, October 16, 2000, November 8, 2000, Novem­ber 29, 2000, December 27, 2000, January 23, 2001, and February 9, 2001.

(3)     Exhibit C--Thirty-six pages of Continuing Pharmacy Education certificates of participation dated from May 22, 1999, to March 24, 2001.

(4)     Exhibit D--Eight pages of support meeting attendance records of Larry Shaffer dated from January 11, 2000, to February 28, 2001.

(5)     Exhibit E--Copies of letters from: Gregory M. Weber, M.D. dated March 23, 2001; Doug Potts dated March 20, 2001; Joseph R. McCartney dated March 27, 2001; Rev. Charles McNatt dated January 17, 2001; Nancy Shaffer dated March 24, 2001; Larry D. Shaffer, Jr. dated October 3, 1999.

 

(A)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must enter into a contract, signed within sixty days after the effective date of this Order, with an Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) treatment provider or a treatment provider acceptable to the Board for a period of not less than five years and submit a copy of the signed contract to the Board office with the renewal application.  The contract must pro­vide that:

 

(1)     Random, observed urine drug screens shall be conducted at least once every three months.

 

(a)     The urine sample must be given within twelve hours of notifica­tion.  The urine drug screen must include testing for creatinine or specific gravity of the sample as the dilutional standard.

 

(b)     Alcohol must be added to the standard urine drug screen.  A Breathalyzer may be used to test for alcohol, but an appropriately certified individual must conduct the test within twelve hours of notification.

 

(c)     Results of all drug and alcohol screens must be negative.  Any positive results, including those which may have re­sulted from ingestion of food, but excluding false positives which resulted from medication legitimately prescribed, indicates a violation of the contract and probation.

 

(2)     The intervener/sponsor shall provide copies of all drug and alcohol screen reports to the Board in a timely fashion.

 

(3)     Attendance is required a minimum of three times per week at an Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and/or similar support group meeting.

 

(4)     The program shall immediately report to the Board any violations of the contract and/or lack of cooperation.

 

(B)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must submit quarterly (due January 10, April 10, July 10, and October 10) progress reports to the Board each year of probation that include:

 

(1)     The written report and documentation provided by the treatment program pursuant to the contract, and

 

(2)     A written description of Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr.'s progress towards recovery and what he has been doing during the previous three months.

 

(C)     Other terms of probation are as follows:

 

(1)     The State Board of Pharmacy hereby declares that Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr.'s pharmacist identification card is not in good standing and thereby denies the privilege of being a preceptor and training pharmacy interns pursuant to paragraph (D)(1) of Rule 4729-3-01 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

 

(2)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. may not serve as a responsible pharmacist.

 

(3)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. may not destroy, assist in, or witness the destruction of controlled substances.

 

(4)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must abide by the contract from the treatment provider and any violation must be reported to the Board immediately.

 

(5)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must not violate the drug laws of the state of Ohio, any other state, or the federal government.

 

(6)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must abide by the rules of the State Board of Pharmacy.

 

(7)     Larry Devonne Shaffer, Jr. must comply with the terms of this Order.

 

 

The motion was seconded by Mrs. Teater and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-0/­Abstain-1[Abele]).

11:48 a.m.

RES. 2001-148  Ms. Eastman moved that the Board adopt the following Order in the matter of William C. Ringle, R.Ph.:

 

(A)     Testimony

 

State's Witnesses:

 

(1)     Chris Reed, Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

(2)     Robert Amiet, R.Ph., Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

 

Respondent's Witnesses:

 

(1)     William C. Ringle, R.Ph., Respondent

(2)     David Baker, R.Ph.

(3)     Martin Goldsmith

(4)     Wayne Miller, R.Ph.

(5)     Veline L. Barton

 

(B)     Exhibits

 

State's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit 1--Copy of four-page Summary Suspension Order/Notice of Opportunity for Hearing letter of William C. Ringle dated June 14, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit 1A--Letter of Representation  from Douglas E. Graff dated June 19, 2000.

(3)     Exhibit 1B--Notice of Appearance letter from David W. Grauer dated June 19, 2000.

(4)     Exhibit 1C--Hearing Request letter from David W. Grauer dated June 19, 2000.

(5)     Exhibit 1D--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated June 21, 2000.

(6)     Exhibit 1E--Notice of Appearance of Counsel and Hearing Request letter from Douglas E. Graff dated June 22, 2000.

(7)     Exhibit 1F--Request to Reschedule Hearing letter from David W. Grauer dated July 18, 2000.

(8)     Exhibit 1G--Copy of Request Response letter dated July 19, 2000.

(9)     Exhibit 1H--Copy of twenty-eight-page Amendment/Addendum Notice of William C. Ringle dated September 26, 2000.

(10)   Exhibit 1I--Copy of twenty-seven-page Notice of Opportunity for Hearing of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 26, 2000.

(11)   Exhibit 1J--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated September 28, 2000.

(12)   Exhibit 1K--Continuance and Consolidation Confirmation Request letter from David W. Grauer dated September 27, 2000.

(13)   Exhibit 1L--Continuance Request letter from David W. Grauer dated November 29, 2000.

(14)   Exhibit 1M--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated December 4, 2000.

(15)   Exhibit 1N--Copy of Pharmacist Computer File Front Page of William C. Ringle.

(16)   Exhibit 1O--Copy of Dangerous Drug Distributor Computer File Front Page of The Medicine Shoppe.

(17)   Exhibit 2--Statement of William C. Ringle dated May 15, 2000.

(18)   Exhibit 3--Drug Records Statement covering November 17, 1997 to April 9, 1999 of William C. Ringle dated April 16, 1999.

(19)   Exhibit 4--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(20)   Exhibit 5--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(21)   Exhibit 6--Copy of Accountability Statement for Dexedrine 15mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(22)   Exhibit 7--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg ER at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(23)   Exhibit 8--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(24)   Exhibit 9--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(25)   Exhibit 10--Copy of Accountability Statement for Cylert 37.5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(26)   Exhibit 11--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(27)   Exhibit 12--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(28)   Exhibit 13--Copy of Accountability Statement for Dexedrine 15mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(29)   Exhibit 14--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg ER at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(30)   Exhibit 15--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(31)   Exhibit 16--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(32)   Exhibit 17--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(33)   Exhibit 18--Copy of Accountability Statement for APAP/Codeine #4 at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(34)   Exhibit 19--Copy of Accountability Statement for Diazepam 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(35)   Exhibit 20--Copy of Accountability Statement for Stadol nasal spray at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(36)   Exhibit 21--Copy of Accountability Statement for Valium 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(37)   Exhibit 22--Copy of seven-page Dangerous Drug Distributor Inspection Report of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 9, 1999.

(38)   Exhibit 23--Copy of Pink Sheet Response from William C. Ringle, not dated.

(39)   Exhibit 24--Three-page drug report for The Medicine Shoppe dated November 16, 1997.

(40)   Exhibit 25--Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) 222 Order Form No. 953277534 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 13, 1997.

(41)   Exhibit 26--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277535 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 9, 1997.

(42)   Exhibit 27--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277539 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 6, 1997.

(43)   Exhibit 28--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277540 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 11, 1997.

(44)   Exhibit 29--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277541 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 24, 1997.

(45)   Exhibit 30--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277542 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 25, 1997.

(46)   Exhibit 31--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277543 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 29, 1997.

(47)   Exhibit 32--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277546 of The Medicine Shoppe dated November 21, 1997.

(48)   Exhibit 33--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277547 of The Medicine Shoppe dated December 4, 1997.

(49)   Exhibit 34--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277549 of The Medicine Shoppe dated December 17, 1997.

(50)   Exhibit 35--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277551 of The Medicine Shoppe dated January 14, 1998.

(51)   Exhibit 36--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277552 of The Medicine Shoppe dated January 26, 1998.

(52)   Exhibit 37--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277553 of The Medicine Shoppe dated February 3, 1998.

(53)   Exhibit 38--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170744 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 27, 1998.

(54)   Exhibit 39--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170745 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 27, 1998.

(55)   Exhibit 40--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170747 of The Medicine Shoppe dated June 9, 1998.

(56)   Exhibit 41--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170748 of The Medicine Shoppe dated June 18, 1998.

(57)   Exhibit 42--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170752 of The Medicine Shoppe dated July 20, 1998.

(58)   Exhibit 43--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170753 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 3, 1998.

(59)   Exhibit 44--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170766 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 12, 1999.

(60)   Exhibit 45--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170767 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 23, 1999.

(61)   Exhibit 46--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170768 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 2, 1999.

(62)   Exhibit 47--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 Prescriptions Purchased printout for Amber Craven covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(63)   Exhibit 48--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for August 2, 1996 to July 29, 1998.

(64)   Exhibit 49--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for July 30, 1998 to April 8, 1999.

(65)   Exhibit 50--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for April 19, 1999 to February 22, 2000.

(66)   Exhibit 51--Samuels Products Exempt Narcotics Register for March 6, 2000 to July 6, 2000.

(67)   Exhibit 52--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 seven-page Prescriptions Pur­chased printout for Jari Lummus covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(68)   Exhibit 53--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 Prescriptions Purchased printout for Earline Munobe covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000 .

(69)   Exhibit 54--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 two-page Prescriptions Pur­chased printout for Margaret Tracey covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(70)   Exhibit 55--Certified copy of seven-page Indictment of William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR10-6257, filed in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas on October 25, 2000.

(71)   Exhibit 56--Certified copy of two-page Entry of Guilty Plea in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio vs. William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR-6257, filed February 27, 2001.

(72)   Exhibit 57--Certified copy of two-page Entry for Treatment in Lieu of Conviction in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio vs. William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR-6257, filed February 27, 2001.

(73)   Exhibit 58--Copy of bulk container label for Decohistine Expectorant, NDC 60432-585-16.

 

Respondent's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit A--Two-page copy of Pharmacist’s Recovery Contract of William C. Ringle dated June 30, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit B--Copy of ten pages of support group attendance records dated from July 2, 2000 to March 28, 2001.

(3)     Exhibit C--Copy of PRO Attendance record dated from May 21, 2000 to March 20, 2001.

(4)     Exhibit D--Copy of sixteen pages of Quest Diagnostics drug screen reports for samples collected from William Ringle on July 28, 2000, September 22, 2000, October 17, 2000, November 9, 2000, December 6, 2000, January 2, 2001, February 14, 2001, and March 11, 2001.

(5)     Exhibit E--Seventy-six pages of copies of letters from the following: Daniel G. Jackson, M.D. dated September 29, 2000; Brian G. Supplee, D.C. dated Novem­ber 28, 2000; Veline L. Barton and Peter K. James dated July 11, 2000; Martin Goldsmith dated September 18, 2000; Melissa Schroeder dated June 17, 1999; James W. Easley, R.Ph. dated September 21, 2000; Dalis and Betty Cumbow dated September 20, 2000; Mickkie Lambrecht dated September 22, 2000; Paul and Kate Canter dated September 27, 2000; Floyd Deacon, not dated; Paula Manns dated January 1, 2001; Linda Ayers dated December 12, 2000; William and Connie Bates dated September 19, 2000; Marlynne Blakey, not dated; Sally Baum dated September 23, 2000; Daniel and Blanche Bowen dated September 20, 2000; Marybelle Binford dated October 30, 2000; Betty J. Bradford dated September 21, 2000; Joan Burney, not dated; Edward and Nedra Canfield dated September 18, 2000; Edward I. Cannon dated October 19, 2000; Reta Cline dated September 18, 2000; Susan Crosby, not dated; Ann Deacon, not dated; William, Sandra, and, Juanita Dick, not dated; Mr. and Mrs. Finegan dated Sep­tember 19, 2000; Florence Jean Funk dated October 1, 2000; John and Florence Gallien, not dated; Betty Hamann dated November 3, 2000; Kathleen Harrah dated September 25, 2000; Ron and Nancy Helpman, not dated; I. Jean Hicks dated September 26, 2000; Sheila O. Hitchcock dated September 17, 2000; Elizabeth Horsley dated December 12, 2000; Robert E. Houser dated November 7, 2000; Nancy Hurst dated October 18, 2000; Hazel S. Latham dated February 25, 2001; Mary Lilley dated November 2, 2000; Carol Marcum dated December 26, 2000; Frankie L. McGee dated October 30, 2000; Helena Montgomery dated December 1, 2000; Lillian Morgan dated September 21, 2000; Bobby Mullins dated October 23, 2000; Robert Martin dated November 6, 2000; Douglas and Jacqueline McDowell dated October 26, 2000; Margieann Mello dated October 26, 2000; Ernest Myles, Irene Myles, and Mary Woodard dated November 12, 2000; Mary B. Napper dated October 15, 2000; Earnest and Sharon Parks dated December 2, 2000; Mary L. Posey, not dated; Brenda S. Price, not dated; Mary F. Ramsey dated November 17, 2000; Leonard E. Renico dated November 3, 2000; Letitia Russell dated March 13, 2001; Bertha Schaile dated September 25, 2000; Joseph and Shirley Schrader, not dated; Willie and Elizabeth Shorter, not dated; Dorothy Sickels dated December 12, 2000; David L. Sites dated December 18, 2000; Ron Smalley dated October 22, 2000; Cherie Lynn Smith dated September 28, 2000; Emma Spitler and Family dated September 25, 2000; Terry L. and Sandra Stohr dated October 31, 2000; Marilyn Stauffer, not dated; Emma Wilson and Family, not dated; Richard F. and Norma Jean Wilson dated October 30, 2000; Copy of three-page Columbus Dispatch article titled "Desire To Help Bonds Two Men Who Might Look Very Different" dated May, 16, 2000.

(6)     Exhibit F--Letter from Laura Cornely dated March 20, 2001.

 

(1)     Records of the State Board of Pharmacy indicate that William C. Ringle was origi­nally licensed in the state of Ohio on August 4, 1976, pursuant to examination, and that William C. Ringle's license to practice pharmacy was summarily suspended effective June 14, 2000.  Records further indicate that William C. Ringle is the owner and the Responsible Pharmacist at The Medicine Shoppe, 3410 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio pursuant to Sections 4729.27 and 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code and Rule 4729-5-11 of the Ohio Administra­tive Code.

 

(2)     William C. Ringle is addicted to liquor or drugs or impaired physically or men­tally to such a degree as to render him unfit to practice pharmacy, to wit: William C. Ringle admitted to stealing controlled substances for his personal use; William C. Ringle began abusing drugs approximately two years after he opened The Medicine Shoppe; William C. Ringle would ingest approximately 100mg of Methylphenidate and a “few” Adderall or Dexedrine daily; and William C. Ringle practiced pharmacy while being impaired.  Further, William C. Ringle made contact with the Pharmacists Rehabilitation Organization, Inc. for treat­ment of his abuse problem.  Such conduct indicates that William C. Ringle falls within the ambit of Sections 3719.121(A), 3719.121(B), and 4729.16(A)(3) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(3)     William C. Ringle did, from on or about November 16, 1997, through April 9, 1999, with purpose to deprive, knowingly obtain or exert control over con­trolled sub­stances, the property of the terminal distributor, license number 02-0717300, beyond the express or implied consent of the owner, to wit: William C. Ringle stole the following controlled substances:

 

Drug

CS Schedule

 

Qty.

 

% of Drug Supply

Adderall 20mg

II

 

1922

 

68.6%

Adderall 10mg

II

 

379

 

29.2%

Dexedrine 15mg

II

 

98

 

8.9%

Methylphenidate ER 20mg

II

 

675

 

29.3%

Methylphenidate 10mg

II

 

7097

 

64.5%

Methylphenidate 5mg

II

 

680

 

17.0%

Cylert 37.5mg

IV

 

343

 

55.1%

 

Such conduct is in violation of Section 2913.02 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(4)     William C. Ringle did, from on or about April 9, 1999, through May 15, 2000, with purpose to deprive, knowingly obtain or exert control over controlled sub­stances, the property of the terminal distributor, license number 02-0717300, beyond the express or implied consent of the owner, to wit: William C. Ringle stole the follow­ing controlled substances:

 

Drug

CS Schedule

 

Qty.

 

% of Drug Supply

Adderall 20mg

II

 

313

 

38.7%

Adderall 10mg

II

 

285

 

30.8%

Dexedrine 15mg

II

 

118

 

11.5%

Methylphenidate ER 20mg

II

 

359

 

25.9%

Methylphenidate 20mg

II

 

74

 

18.5%

Methylphenidate 10mg

II

 

4019

 

55.5%

Methylphenidate 5mg

II

 

1582

 

28.3%

 

Such conduct is in violation of Section 2913.02 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(5)     William C. Ringle did, as the Responsible Pharmacist, from November 16, 1997, through April 9, 1999, fail to keep a record of all controlled substances re­ceived and a record of all controlled substances administered, dispensed, or used other than by prescription, thereby failing to provide effective and approved controls and procedures to deter and detect theft and diversion of dangerous drugs, to wit: William C. Ringle kept no accurate record of sales for the following controlled substances and William C. Ringle has no controls and procedures to deter and detect theft and/or diversion of dangerous drugs:

 

Drug

CS Schedule

Qty.

% of Drug Supply

APAP/Codeine #4

III

796

16.6%

Diazepam 10mg

IV

266

8.9%

Stadol Nasal Spray

IV

11 Bottles

2.5%

Valium 10mg

IV

135

4.7%

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rules 4729-9-05 and 4729-9-14 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 3719.07 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(6)     William C. Ringle did, as the Responsible Pharmacist, on April 9, 1999, and dates preceding, fail to maintain the minimum standards for a pharmacy, to wit: William C. Ringle, as the responsible pharmacist of The Medicine Shoppe, 3410 Cleveland Ave., Columbus, Ohio, did not possess a copy of current federal and state laws, regulations, and rules governing the legal distribution of drugs in Ohio.  The pharmacy’s law book had not been updated since January 1995.  Such conduct is not in accordance with Rule 4729-9-02 of the Ohio Administra­tive Code.

 

(7)     William C. Ringle did, as the Responsible Pharmacist, on or about November 16, 1997, fail to keep a complete and accurate record of all controlled substances, to wit: the DEA inventory taken on November 16, 1997, failed to include Sched­ule II controlled substances.  Further, the inventory did not specify who took it or whether it was taken prior to the opening or after the close of business.  Such con­duct is not in accordance with Rules 4729-5-11 and 4729-9-14 of the Ohio Admini­strative Code, Section 3719.07 of the Ohio Revised Code, and Sec­tion 1304.11 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

 

(8)     William C. Ringle did, as the Responsible Pharmacist, from March 13, 1997, through April 2, 1999, fail to properly execute controlled substance order forms, to wit: when drugs were received by the pharmacy pursuant to D.E.A. 222 forms, the forms were not completed as to the amount of controlled substances received nor the date received.  The following twenty-two out of thirty-three D.E.A. 222 forms reviewed lacked such information:

 

DEA 222 Form No. 953277553

 

DEA 222 Form No. 981170768

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-14 of the Ohio Administrative Code, Section 3719.07 of the Ohio Revised Code, and Section 1305.06 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

 

(9)     William C. Ringle did, from on or about January 2, 1998, through June 13, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 201 bottles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/30/98

 

Guiatuss AC

05/04/98

 

Guiatuss AC

05/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/17/98

 

Guiatuss AC

08/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/11/98

 

Guiatuss AC

11/30/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/03/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/07/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/10/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/14/98

 

Decohistine Exp.

12/17/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/23/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/28/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/31/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/04/99

 

Mytussin AC

01/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/22/99

 

Dihistine DH

01/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/06/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

03/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/99

 

Dihistine Exp.

03/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/04/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

06/07/99

 

Dihistine DH

06/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/20/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

09/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/19/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

10/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/06/99

 

Mytussin AC

12/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/03/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/10/00

 

Decohistine Exp.

01/14/00

 

Decohistine Exp.

01/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/17/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/28/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/13/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/17/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/30/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/05/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/13/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(10)   William C. Ringle did, from on or about February 5, 1998, through June 14, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chap­ters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 138 bottles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

02/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/27/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

06/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/19/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/21/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/25/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/04/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/12/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/22/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/20/99

 

Dihistine DH

01/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/06/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

03/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/04/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

06/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/28/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

12/30/99

 

Dihistine DH

01/03/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/13/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/04/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/11/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/18/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/22/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/28/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/04/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/17/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/23/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/05/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(11)   William C. Ringle did, from on or about January 2, 1998, through June 14, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 223 bottles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/04/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

05/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/17/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

08/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/16/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/24/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/30/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/03/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/10/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/14/98

 

Decohistine Exp.

12/17/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/22/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/29/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/20/99

 

Dihistine DH

01/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/15/99

 

Dihistine DH

03/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/07/99

 

Dihistine DH

06/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/20/99

 

Mytussin AC

09/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/27/99

 

Mytussin AC

12/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/17/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/18/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/11/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/20/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/23/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/27/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/30/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/01/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/04/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/13/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/18/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/25/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/30/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/05/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/12/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(12)   William C. Ringle did, from on or about January 5, 1998, through February 2, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 167 bot­tles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/01/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

04/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/17/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

08/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/16/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/19/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/23/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/30/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/03/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/07/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/11/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/14/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/18/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/22/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/28/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/15/99

 

Dihistine DH

03/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/11/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

05/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/05/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

06/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/29/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/20/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

09/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/19/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

12/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/27/99

 

Mytussin AC

12/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(13)   William C. Ringle did, from on or about January 6, 1998, through June 13, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 198 bot­tles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/15/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

01/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/27/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

06/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/15/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

09/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

09/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

10/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/14/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/19/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/21/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/25/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/04/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/12/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/15/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/19/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/22/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/28/98

 

Decohistine DH

12/31/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/20/99

 

Dihistine DH

01/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/03/99

 

Dihistine DH

03/06/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

03/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/99

 

Dihistine DH

03/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/24/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/04/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

06/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/25/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/06/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/09/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/10/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

11/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/29/99

 

Dihistine DH

12/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/03/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/13/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/16/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/21/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/28/99

 

Decohistine Exp.

12/30/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/03/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/11/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/13/00

 

Dihistine DH

01/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/29/00

 

Decohistine DH

01/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/04/00

 

Dihistine DH

02/07/00

 

Dihistine DH

02/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/11/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/18/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/22/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/13/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/21/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

03/31/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/03/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/10/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/12/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/14/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/24/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/28/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/02/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/04/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/06/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/12/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/15/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/17/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/19/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/22/00

 

Decohistine DH

05/25/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/01/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/05/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/07/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/09/00

 

Decohistine DH

06/13/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(14)   William C. Ringle did, from on or about January 3, 1998, through April 26, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding five times the bulk amount but in an amount less than fifty times that amount when the con­duct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold 79 bottles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/17/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/01/98

 

Dihistine Exp.

04/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/25/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/28/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/24/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

07/31/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

08/22/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

11/13/98

 

Decohistine DH

11/18/98

 

Decohistine DH

01/05/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/22/99

 

Decohistine DH

01/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/03/99

 

Dihistine DH

03/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

03/16/99

 

Dihistine Exp.

03/26/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/02/99

 

Decohistine DH

04/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

05/20/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/11/99

 

Decohistine DH

06/23/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/07/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/19/99

 

Decohistine DH

07/28/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/04/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/10/99

 

Decohistine DH

08/17/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/08/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/15/99

 

Decohistine DH

09/27/99

 

Decohistine DH

10/18/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/01/99

 

Decohistine DH

11/12/99

 

Decohistine DH

12/14/99

 

Decohistine DH

02/11/00

 

Decohistine DH

02/22/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/01/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/08/00

 

Decohistine DH

04/26/00

 

Decohistine DH

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 2925.03(A) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(15)   William C. Ringle did, on or about December 21, 1999, under the exemptions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code, sell to one person an exempt narcotic preparation included within Section 3719.15 of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold more than one exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient when he knew or by reasonable diligence could have ascertained that such dispensing or selling would provide the patient, within forty-eight con­secutive hours, with more than one preparation exempted by the provisions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 3719.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(16)   William C. Ringle did, on or about May 6, 2000, under the exemptions of Sec­tion 3719.15 of the Revised Code, sell to one person an exempt narcotic prepa­ration included within Section 3719.15 of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold more than one exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient when he knew or by reasonable diligence could have ascertained that such dispensing or selling would provide the patient, within forty-eight consecutive hours, with more than one preparation exempted by the provisions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 3719.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(17)   William C. Ringle did, on or about February 1, 2000, under the exemptions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code, sell to one person an exempt narcotic preparation included within Section 3719.15 of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold more than one exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient when he knew or by reasonable diligence could have ascertained that such dispensing or selling would provide the patient, within forty-eight con­secutive hours, with more than one preparation exempted by the provisions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 3719.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(18)   William C. Ringle did, on or about February 15, 1999, under the exemptions of Sec­tion 3719.15 of the Revised Code, sell to one person an exempt narcotic prepara­tion included within Section 3719.15 of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: William C. Ringle sold more than one exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient when he knew or by reasonable diligence could have ascertained that such dispensing or selling would provide the patient, within forty-eight con­secutive hours, with more than one preparation exempted by the provisions of Section 3719.15 of the Revised Code.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-11-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Section 3719.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(1)     Upon consideration of the record as a whole, the State Board of Pharmacy con­cludes that paragraphs (3), (4), and (9) through (18) of the Findings of Fact con­sti­tutes being guilty of a felony and gross immorality as provided in Division (A)(1) of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(2)     Upon consideration of the record as a whole, the State Board of Pharmacy con­cludes that paragraphs (2) through (18) of the Findings of Fact constitute being guilty of dishonesty and unprofessional conduct in the practice of pharmacy as provided in Division (A)(2) of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(3)     Upon consideration of the record as a whole, the State Board of Pharmacy con­cludes that paragraph (2) of the Findings of Fact constitutes being addicted to or abusing liquor or drugs or impaired physically or mentally to such a degree as to render him unfit to practice pharmacy as provided in Division (A)(3) of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(4)     Upon consideration of the record as a whole, the State Board of Pharmacy con­cludes that paragraphs (2) through (18) of the Findings of Fact constitute being guilty of willfully violating, conspiring to violate, attempting to violate, or aiding and abetting the violation of provisions of Chapter 2925., 3719., or 4729. of the Revised Code as provided in Division (A)(5) of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(A)     On the basis of the Findings of Fact and paragraph (1) of the Conclusions of Law set forth above, the State Board of Pharmacy hereby revokes the pharmacist identifica­tion card, No. 03-3-11849, held by William C. Ringle effective as of the date of the mailing of this Order.

 

(B)     On the basis of the Findings of Fact and paragraph (2) of the Conclusions of Law set forth above, the State Board of Pharmacy hereby revokes the pharmacist identifica­tion card, No. 03-3-11849, held by William C. Ringle effective as of the date of the mailing of this Order.

 

(C)     On the basis of the Findings of Fact and paragraph (3) of the Conclusions of Law set forth above, the State Board of Pharmacy hereby revokes the pharmacist identifica­tion card, No. 03-3-11849, held by William C. Ringle effective as of the date of the mailing of this Order.

 

(D)     On the basis of the Findings of Fact and paragraph (4) of the Conclusions of Law set forth above, the State Board of Pharmacy hereby revokes the pharmacist identifica­tion card, No. 03-3-11849, held by William C. Ringle effective as of the date of the mailing of this Order.

 

 

The motion was seconded by Ms. Abele and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

11:52 a.m.

RES. 2001-149  Ms. Eastman then moved that the Board adopt the following Order in the matter of The Medicine Shoppe, T.D., Columbus:

 

(A)     Testimony

 

State's Witnesses:

 

(1)     Chris Reed, Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

(2)     Robert Amiet, R.Ph., Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

 

Respondent's Witnesses:

 

(1)     William C. Ringle, R.Ph., Respondent

(2)     David Baker, R.Ph.

(3)     Martin Goldsmith

(4)     Wayne Miller, R.Ph.

(5)     Veline L. Barton

 

(B)     Exhibits

 

State's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit 1--Copy of four-page Summary Suspension Order/Notice of Opportunity for Hearing letter of William C. Ringle dated June 14, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit 1A--Letter of Representation  from Douglas E. Graff dated June 19, 2000.

(3)     Exhibit 1B--Notice of Appearance letter from David W. Grauer dated June 19, 2000.

(4)     Exhibit 1C--Hearing Request letter from David W. Grauer dated June 19, 2000.

(5)     Exhibit 1D--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated June 21, 2000.

(6)     Exhibit 1E--Notice of Appearance of Counsel and Hearing Request letter from Douglas E. Graff dated June 22, 2000.

(7)     Exhibit 1F--Request to Reschedule Hearing letter from David W. Grauer dated July 18, 2000.

(8)     Exhibit 1G--Copy of Request Response letter dated July 19, 2000.

(9)     Exhibit 1H--Copy of twenty-eight-page Amendment/Addendum Notice of William C. Ringle dated September 26, 2000.

(10)   Exhibit 1I--Copy of twenty-seven-page Notice of Opportunity for Hearing of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 26, 2000.

(11)   Exhibit 1J--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated September 28, 2000.

(12)   Exhibit 1K--Continuance and Consolidation Confirmation Request letter from David W. Grauer dated September 27, 2000.

(13)   Exhibit 1L--Continuance Request letter from David W. Grauer dated November 29, 2000.

(14)   Exhibit 1M--Copy of Hearing Schedule letter dated December 4, 2000.

(15)   Exhibit 1N--Copy of Pharmacist Computer File Front Page of William C. Ringle.

(16)   Exhibit 1O--Copy of Dangerous Drug Distributor Computer File Front Page of The Medicine Shoppe.

(17)   Exhibit 2--Statement of William C. Ringle dated May 15, 2000.

(18)   Exhibit 3--Drug Records Statement covering November 17, 1997 to April 9, 1999 of William C. Ringle dated April 16, 1999.

(19)   Exhibit 4--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(20)   Exhibit 5--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.   

(21)   Exhibit 6--Copy of Accountability Statement for Dexedrine 15mg at The Medi­cine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(22)   Exhibit 7--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg ER at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(23)   Exhibit 8--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(24)   Exhibit 9--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(25)   Exhibit 10--Copy of Accountability Statement for Cylert 37.5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(26)   Exhibit 11--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(27)   Exhibit 12--Copy of Accountability Statement for Adderall 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(28)   Exhibit 13--Copy of Accountability Statement for Dexedrine 15mg at The Medi­cine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(29)   Exhibit 14--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg ER at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(30)   Exhibit 15--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 20mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(31)   Exhibit 16--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(32)   Exhibit 17--Copy of Accountability Statement for Methylphenidate 5mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 15, 2000.

(33)   Exhibit 18--Copy of Accountability Statement for APAP/Codeine #4 at The Medi­cine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(34)   Exhibit 19--Copy of Accountability Statement for Diazepam 10mg at The Medi­cine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(35)   Exhibit 20--Copy of Accountability Statement for Stadol nasal spray at The Medi­cine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(36)   Exhibit 21--Copy of Accountability Statement for Valium 10mg at The Medicine Shoppe dated May 10, 2000.

(37)   Exhibit 22--Copy of seven-page Dangerous Drug Distributor Inspection Report of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 9, 1999.

(38)   Exhibit 23--Copy of Pink Sheet Response from William C. Ringle, not dated.

(39)   Exhibit 24--Three-page drug report for The Medicine Shoppe dated November 16, 1997.

(40)   Exhibit 25--Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) 222 Order Form No. 953277534 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 13, 1997.

(41)   Exhibit 26--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277535 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 9, 1997.

(42)   Exhibit 27--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277539 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 6, 1997.

(43)   Exhibit 28--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277540 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 11, 1997.

(44)   Exhibit 29--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277541 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 24, 1997.

(45)   Exhibit 30--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277542 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 25, 1997.

(46)   Exhibit 31--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277543 of The Medicine Shoppe dated September 29, 1997.

(47)   Exhibit 32--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277546 of The Medicine Shoppe dated November 21, 1997.

(48)   Exhibit 33--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277547 of The Medicine Shoppe dated December 4, 1997.

(49)   Exhibit 34--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277549 of The Medicine Shoppe dated December 17, 1997.

(50)   Exhibit 35--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277551 of The Medicine Shoppe dated January 14, 1998.

(51)   Exhibit 36--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277552 of The Medicine Shoppe dated January 26, 1998.

(52)   Exhibit 37--DEA 222 Order Form No. 953277553 of The Medicine Shoppe dated February 3, 1998.

(53)   Exhibit 38--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170744 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 27, 1998.

(54)   Exhibit 39--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170745 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 27, 1998.

(55)   Exhibit 40--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170747 of The Medicine Shoppe dated June 9, 1998.

(56)   Exhibit 41--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170748 of The Medicine Shoppe dated June 18, 1998.

(57)   Exhibit 42--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170752 of The Medicine Shoppe dated July 20, 1998.

(58)   Exhibit 43--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170753 of The Medicine Shoppe dated August 3, 1998.

(59)   Exhibit 44--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170766 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 12, 1999.

(60)   Exhibit 45--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170767 of The Medicine Shoppe dated March 23, 1999.

(61)   Exhibit 46--DEA 222 Order Form No. 981170768 of The Medicine Shoppe dated April 2, 1999.

(62)   Exhibit 47--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 Prescriptions Purchased printout for Amber Craven covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(63)   Exhibit 48--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for August 2, 1996 to July 29, 1998.

(64)   Exhibit 49--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for July 30, 1998 to April 8, 1999.

(65)   Exhibit 50--Narcotic and Poison Register of The Medicine Shoppe for April 19, 1999 to February 22, 2000.

(66)   Exhibit 51--Samuels Products Exempt Narcotics Register for March 6, 2000 to July 6, 2000.

(67)   Exhibit 52--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 seven-page Prescriptions Pur­chased printout for Jari Lummus covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(68)   Exhibit 53--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 Prescriptions Purchased printout for Earline Munobe covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000 .

(69)   Exhibit 54--Copy of The Medicine Shoppe 1227 two-page Prescriptions Pur­chased printout for Margaret Tracey covering January 1, 1998 to July 6, 2000.

(70)   Exhibit 55--Certified copy of seven-page Indictment of William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR10-6257, filed in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas on October 25, 2000.

(71)   Exhibit 56--Certified copy of two-page Entry of Guilty Plea in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio vs. William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR-6257, filed February 27, 2001.

(72)   Exhibit 57--Certified copy of two-page Entry for Treatment in Lieu of Conviction in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio vs. William C. Ringle, Case No. 00CR-6257, filed February 27, 2001.

(73)   Exhibit 58--Copy of bulk container label for Decohistine Expectorant, NDC 60432-585-16.

 

Respondent's Exhibits:

 

(1)     Exhibit A--Two-page copy of Pharmacist’s Recovery Contract of William C. Ringle dated June 30, 2000.

(2)     Exhibit B--Copy of ten pages of support group attendance records dated from July 2, 2000 to March 28, 2001.

(3)     Exhibit C--Copy of PRO Attendance record dated from May 21, 2000 to March 20, 2001.

(4)     Exhibit D--Copy of sixteen pages of Quest Diagnostics drug screen reports for samples collected from William Ringle on July 28, 2000, September 22, 2000, October 17, 2000, November 9, 2000, December 6, 2000, January 2, 2001, February 14, 2001, and March 11, 2001.

(5)     Exhibit E--Seventy-six pages of copies of letters from the following: Daniel G. Jackson, M.D. dated September 29, 2000; Brian G. Supplee, D.C. dated Novem­ber 28, 2000; Veline L. Barton and Peter K. James dated July 11, 2000; Martin Goldsmith dated September 18, 2000; Melissa Schroeder dated June 17, 1999; James W. Easley, R.Ph. dated September 21, 2000; Dalis and Betty Cumbow dated September 20, 2000; Mickkie Lambrecht dated September 22, 2000; Paul and Kate Canter dated September 27, 2000; Floyd Deacon, not dated; Paula Manns dated January 1, 2001; Linda Ayers dated December 12, 2000; William and Connie Bates dated September 19, 2000; Marlynne Blakey, not dated; Sally Baum dated September 23, 2000; Daniel and Blanche Bowen dated September 20, 2000; Marybelle Binford dated October 30, 2000; Betty J. Bradford dated September 21, 2000; Joan Burney, not dated; Edward and Nedra Canfield dated September 18, 2000; Edward I. Cannon dated October 19, 2000; Reta Cline dated September 18, 2000; Susan Crosby, not dated; Ann Deacon, not dated; William, Sandra, and, Juanita Dick, not dated; Mr. and Mrs. Finegan dated September 19, 2000; Florence Jean Funk dated October 1, 2000; John and Florence Gallien, not dated; Betty Hamann dated November 3, 2000; Kathleen Harrah dated September 25, 2000; Ron and Nancy Helpman, not dated; I. Jean Hicks dated September 26, 2000; Sheila O. Hitchcock dated September 17, 2000; Elizabeth Horsley dated December 12, 2000; Robert E. Houser dated Novem­ber 7, 2000; Nancy Hurst dated October 18, 2000; Hazel S. Latham dated February 25, 2001; Mary Lilley dated November 2, 2000; Carol Marcum dated December 26, 2000; Frankie L. McGee dated October 30, 2000; Helena Montgomery dated December 1, 2000; Lillian Morgan dated September 21, 2000; Bobby Mullins dated October 23, 2000; Robert Martin dated November 6, 2000; Douglas and Jacqueline McDowell dated October 26, 2000; Margieann Mello dated October 26, 2000; Ernest Myles, Irene Myles, and Mary Woodard dated November 12, 2000; Mary B. Napper dated October 15, 2000; Earnest and Sharon Parks dated December 2, 2000; Mary L. Posey, not dated; Brenda S. Price, not dated; Mary F. Ramsey dated November 17, 2000; Leonard E. Renico dated November 3, 2000; Letitia Russell dated March 13, 2001; Bertha Schaile dated September 25, 2000; Joseph and Shirley Schrader, not dated; Willie and Elizabeth Shorter, not dated; Dorothy Sickels dated December 12, 2000; David L. Sites dated December 18, 2000; Ron Smalley dated October 22, 2000; Cherie Lynn Smith dated September 28, 2000; Emma Spitler and Family dated Sep­tember 25, 2000; Terry L. and Sandra Stohr dated October 31, 2000; Marilyn Stauffer, not dated; Emma Wilson and Family, not dated; Richard F. and Norma Jean Wilson dated October 30, 2000; Copy of three-page Columbus Dispatch article titled "Desire To Help Bonds Two Men Who Might Look Very Different" dated May, 16, 2000.

(6)     Exhibit F--Letter from Laura Cornely dated March 20, 2001.

 

(1)     Records of the State Board of Pharmacy indicate that, during the relevant time periods stated herein, you were the Responsible Pharmacist at The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy, 3410 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio pursuant to Rule 4729-5-11 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Sections 4729.27 and 4729.55 of the Ohio Re­vised Code.

 

(2)     The Medicine Shoppe did, on April 9, 1999, and dates preceding, fail to main­tain the minimum standards for a pharmacy, to wit: The Medicine Shoppe did not possess a copy of current federal and state laws, regulations, and rules governing the legal distribution of drugs in Ohio.  The Medicine Shoppe’s law book had not been updated since January 1995.  Such conduct is not in accor­dance with Rule 4729-9-02 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

 

(3)     The Medicine Shoppe did, on or about November 16, 1997, fail to keep a com­plete and accurate record of all controlled substances, to wit: the DEA inventory taken on November 16, 1997, failed to include Schedule II controlled sub­stances.  Further, the inventory did not specify who took it or whether it was taken prior to the open­ing or after the close of business.  Such conduct is not in accordance with Rules 4729-5-11 and 4729-9-14 of the Ohio Administrative Code, Section 3719.07 of the Ohio Revised Code, and Section 1304.11 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

 

(4)     The Medicine Shoppe did, from March 13, 1997, through April 2, 1999, fail to properly execute controlled substance order forms, to wit: when drugs were received by The Medicine Shoppe pursuant to D.E.A. 222 forms, the forms were not completed as to the amount of controlled substances received nor the date received.  The following twenty-two out of thirty-three D.E.A. 222 forms reviewed lacked such information:

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-14 of the Ohio Administrative Code, Section 3719.07 of the Ohio Revised Code, and Section 1305.06 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

 

(5)     The Medicine Shoppe did, from on or about January 2, 1998, through June 13, 2000, knowingly sell a controlled substance in an amount equal to or exceeding fifty times the bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chap­ters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: The Medicine Shoppe sold 201 bottles containing 120ml each of an exempt narcotic preparation to the same patient without a legitimate medical purpose:

 

Date

 

Drug

01/02/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/05/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

01/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/09/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/12/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

02/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/06/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/10/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/19/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

03/30/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/03/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/07/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/13/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/16/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/20/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/23/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/27/98

 

Dihistine DH

04/30/98

 

Guiatuss AC

05/04/98

 

Guiatuss AC

05/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/14/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/18/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/21/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/26/98

 

Dihistine DH

05/29/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/01/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/04/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/08/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/11/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/15/98

 

Dihistine DH

06/19/98