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10.62.12.00.htm 10.62.12.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 62 NATALIE LAPRADE MEDICAL CANNABIS COMMISSION Chapter 12 Inventory Control by Grower Authority: Health-General Article, §13-3301, 13-3302, and 13-3306(e) Annotated Code of Maryland
10.62.12.01.htm 10.62.12.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Inventory control” means the record of the inventory in the perpetual inventory control system used by the licensee in accordance with this chapter;2) “Licensee” means a licensed grower.. 3) “Unique identifier” means any symbol or mark which will enable tracking of medical cannabis from plant to final product by means of the inventory control.
10.62.12.02.htm 10.62.12.02. 02 Inventory Control System.. A. A licensee shall use a perpetual inventory control system that identifies and tracks the licensee’s stock of medical cannabis from the time the medical cannabis is propagated from seed or cutting to the time it is delivered to a licensed dispensary, licensed processor or a qualifying patient or caregiver.B. In the event of a serious adverse event, an inventory control system shall be capable of tracking medical cannabis from a
10.62.12.03.htm 10.62.12.03. 03 Materials Received for Cultivation.. Upon receipt of raw material for cultivation, a licensee shall record in the inventory control:. A. The date delivered; and. B. The number of cuttings or seeds delivered or the weight of the seeds for each variety in the shipment.
10.62.12.04.htm 10.62.12.04. 04 Plant Tagging and Entry into Inventory Control.. A. For each plant, as soon as practical, a licensee shall:. 1) Create a unique identifier for each plant;. 2) Assign each plant to a batch;. 3) Enter information regarding the plant into the inventory control system;. 4) Create a tag with the unique identifier and batch number; and. 5) Securely attach the tag to a plant container or plant.. B. Tags shall be indelible and tamper-evident..
10.62.12.05.htm 10.62.12.05. 05 Control of Harvested Medical Cannabis.. A licensee shall:. A. Upon completion of curing or drying of each batch, weigh medical cannabis to update inventory control for the batch; andB. At least monthly, conduct a physical inventory of the stock and compare the physical inventory of stock with inventory control.
10.62.12.06.htm 10.62.12.06. 06 Discrepancy Reporting.. A. If a licensee discerns a discrepancy between the inventory of stock and inventory control outside of normal weight loss due to moisture loss and handling, the licensee shall commence an investigation of the discrepancy within 1 business day.B. If the licensee finds evidence of a theft or diversion within 1 business day, the licensee shall report the theft or diversion to the:1) Commission; and. 2) Maryland State Police..
10.62.12.07.htm 10.62.12.07. 07 Product Returned for Destruction.. A licensee shall accept the return of any medical cannabis from a qualifying patient or a caregiver to destroy.
10.62.12.08.htm 10.62.12.08. 08 Bar on Distribution of Non-Complying Medical Cannabis.. A. A licensee or registered grower agent may not distribute any medical cannabis to any person if the licensee or registered grower agent knows, or may have reason to know, that the distribution does not comply with any provision of the Health-General Article, Title 13, Subtitle 33, Annotated Code of Maryland or this subtitle.B. A licensee or registered grower agent may not distribute any medical cannabis to any person if th
10.62.12.9999.htm 10.62.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 14, 2015 (42:18 Md. R. 1176).
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