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The Bureau of Drug Control (BDC) protects the public health of the citizens of South Carolina through the enforcement of the South Carolina Controlled Substances Act. The BDC strives to decrease the diversion of controlled substances from legal sources by effecting and maintaining a closed system of distribution. The BDC was created in 1971 with enactment of the South Carolina Controlled Substances Act. Section 44-53-480 of the S.C. Controlled Substances Act empowers the BDC to regulate controlled substances and enforce the law using South Carolina licensed pharmacists who are also commissioned as state law enforcement officers.\r\n\r\nThe Bureau accomplishes its mission by: registering annually every person or entity who engages in controlled substances activity in South Carolina; conducting regulatory and enforcement duties by conducting inspections of registrants
|ASAP Version:||ASAP 4.2|
|Zero Reporting Required:||YES|
|Zero Reporting Period:||1 day|