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DEA Controlled Substances Schedules Orangebook 2008

DEA Controlled Substances Schedules Orangebook 2008

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    The first two sections of this booklet list the Federal Register notices through which the Drug Enforcement Administration has directed substances to be added, deleted or transferred between schedules of the Controlled
    Substances Act (21 U.S.C. §801 et seq.) (CSA). The scheduling changes are listed first in alphabetical order by substance and then in chronological order by effective date. With the exception of anabolic steroids, section 812 of
    the CSA lists only those substances which were controlled in 1970 when the law was enacted. Since then, over 200 substances have been added, removed, or transferred from one schedule to another. The current official list of controlled substances can be found in section 1308 of the most recent issue of Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations Part 1300 to end (21 CFR § 1308) and the final rules which have been published in the Federal Register (FR) subsequent to the issuance of the CFR. The CFR and the FR are available on the U.S. Government Printing Office web site at www.gpoaccess.gov. This information is accessible, also, on the Office of Diversion Control’s website at www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov.

    The next three sections of the booklet list the names of the substances which are described in the CFR as well as some of those which generate frequent inquiries. The substances are first arranged alphabetically, then by DEA drug code number, and finally by CSA schedule. These lists describe the basic or parent chemical and do not describe the salts, isomers, salts of isomers, esters, ethers, and derivatives which may be controlled substances.

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