A container shall have a label containing the name of the drug and, if the name is generic, the name of the manufacturer, its strength, the manufacturers control number or other code control number and the expiration date, if any.
A log shall be kept in the pharmacy stating the name of the drug and, if the name is generic, the name of the manufacturer, its strength, the manufacturers control number or other code control number, the expiration date, if any, and the date and quantity prepacked.
(f) No pharmacist or pharmacy may dispense, dispose of, or sell a Schedule V cough preparation containing codeine, dilaudid or other narcotic cough preparation without a prescription, except that this subsection does not apply to a preparation used within an institution.
Prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances must be written with ink, indelible pencil, typewriter, word processor, computer printer or by electronic means and shall be manually signed by the prescriber, except that prescriptions written by electronic means shall be electronically signed by the prescriber. § § 801904), The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act (35 P. § § 780-101780-144) and the regulations promulgated under these acts.(4) Original prescriptions or readily retrievable images of the original prescriptions shall be kept for 2 years from the date of the most recent filling.(5) In an institution, Schedule II controlled substances which the pharmacy dispensed and which were ultimately received by the patient shall be recorded and the record kept for 2 years.(j) Prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances may not be filled more than 6 months from the date of the prescription.Prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances may not be refilled.
The pharmacist is never permitted to make changes to the patientâ€™s name, controlled substance prescribed (except for generic substitution permitted by state law) or the prescriberâ€™s signature.