Narcotic Control Regulations
65.1 (1) The person in charge of a hospital who permits fresh or dried marihuana or cannabis oil to be sold or provided under subsection 65(2.1) to an out-patient or an individual responsible for that patient shall ensure that, taking into account the dried marihuana equivalency factor determined under section 79 of the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations,
(a) in a 30-day period the total quantity of the substance that is sold or provided to that person does not exceed the equivalent of 30 times the daily quantity referred to in subparagraph 65.2(c)(iii); and
(b) the quantity of the substance that is sold or provided to that person at any one time does not exceed the equivalent of 150 g of dried marihuana.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), 30-day period means
(a) the 30-day period beginning on the day on which a substance is first sold or provided to the out-patient or the individual responsible for that patient; and
(b) every 30-day period after the period referred to in paragraph (a).
(3) For the purpose of applying subsection (2), the first 30-day period begins on the day on which a substance is first sold or provided to the out-patient or the individual responsible for that patient after the day on which that subsection comes into force, even if a substance was previously sold or provided to them.
(4) If the person to whom the substance is sold or provided as described in subsection (1) returns it to the hospital, the person in charge of the hospital may, subject to paragraph (1)(b), permit it to be replaced with an equal quantity of the substance.
(5) The quantity of the substance that is replaced under subsection (4) is to be excluded for the purpose of calculating the total quantity referred to in paragraph (1)(a).
- SOR/2013-119, s. 226
- SOR/2014-51, s. 3(E)
- SOR/2016-230, s. 277
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