‡ A system of laws ‡ Science of philosophy of laws

‡ science of morality ‡ moral principle of practice

LAW
³ A rule of civil conduct prescribed by the supreme power in the state, commanding what is right and prohibiting what is wrong´

CHARACTERISTICS OF LAW
1. It is rule of conduct 2. Dictated by legitimate power 3. Compulsory and obligatory to all

Classification of Law

‡ Natural laws
Laws that derive their authority and force from God They are considered to be superior to other laws and binding to the whole world

Classification of Law A. Physical laws Universal rules of action that govern the conduct and movement of material things Law of nature .

Classification of Law B. Moral Laws Set of rules that establish what is right and what is wrong as dictated by human conscience and inspired by the eternal law .

Divine Positive Laws Promulgated expressly and directly by God Known to man through revelation .Classification of Law ‡ Positive Laws 1.

Classification of Law ‡ Positive laws 2. Divine-Human Positive Laws Laws that are promulgated by God s representatives on earth under his Divine inspiration .

Classification of Law ‡ Positive Laws 3. Human Positive Laws Promulgated by man .

Classification of Law 3. Public Law Concerned with the state in political or sovereign capacity Laws that govern the relationship between the state and its citizens its . Human Positive laws A.

Classification of Law Classification of Public Law 1. Constitutional Law refers to the constitution which is supreme and fundamental law of a state defines the powers of government and the rights of the citizens .

treats of their nature and provides for their punishment . Criminal Law defines crimes.Classification of Law Classification of Public Law 2.

especially in the selection of the representatives of the citizens in the government . Election Law governs the exercise of the right of suffrage.Classification of Law Classification of Public Law 3.

Administrative Law governs the conduct of those who hold and exercise public offices and functions .Classification of Law Classification of Public Law 4.

International Law laws that governs the relationship between and among states or nation .Classification of Law Classification of Public Law 5.

Human Positive laws A. Private Law governs the relationships between members of the society among the citizens of a state indicates a statue which relates to private matters that do not concern the public at large .Classification of Law 3.

Civil Law laws that regulates the relations that exist among members of the society for the protection of private interest .Classification of Law Classification of Private Law 1.

Classification of Law Classification of Private Law 2. Commercial Law laws that regulates the commercial or business relations among members of the society .

Remedial Law that branch of law which deals with the rules concerning pleading.Classification of Law Classification of Private Law 3. practice and procedures in all courts in the Philippines. .

Sources of Law Constitution Legislation Administrative Law Common Law Pharmacy Law .

not enough policemen. not enough courts to enforce a law not supported by the people´ Hubert H. Humphrey .³There are not enough jails.

³THE LAW IS GOOD IF A MAN USE IT LAWFULLY´ I Timothy 1:8 .

TERMS ‡ Reckless Imprudence Willful lack of prudence Respondent A defendant. a person called upon to answer petition .

TERMS ‡ Revocation Annulment of the professional status and privileges of a registered pharmacist License to practice is confiscated which may be temporary or permanent .

TERMS ‡ Subpoena A court order requiring one to appear in court to give testimony Subpoena duces tecum A subpoena that commands a person to come to court and to produce whatever documents are named in the order .

TERMS ‡ Testimony An oral statement of a witness under oath of the actual occurrence. evidence Witness One who is celled to give testimony in a court of law . event.

Republic Act 5921 JUNE 23. 1969 |THE PHARMACY LAW} .

1903 . 597 January 26.FIRST BASIC PHARMACY LAW Act No.

Dean  PPHA. Chairman ‡ PACOP. Chairman ‡ BOP. Sec. BFAD.SECTION 3: THE COUNCIL OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION COMPOSITION: ‡ CHED. Director  UP COP. President  . Pres.

devices or contrivances. . assay. distributed. drug chemicals. technological or professional knowledge of pharmacy is applied. cosmetics pharmaceuticals. store. analyze.SEC 25: PRACTICE OF PHARMACY ‡ Prepare or manufacture. preserve. or sell any medicine. ‡ Render pharmaceutical service in any office or drug and cosmetic establishment where scientific.

.PRACTICE OF PHARMACY ‡ Engage in teaching scientific. technological or professional pharmacy subject in college of pharmacy. ‡ Conduct or undertake scientific pharmaceutical research for biological and bacteriological testing and examinations.

Drugs.PRACTICE OF PHARMACY ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Sale of Medicine. and Device Markings and Inhibition to the Sale of Drug Samples Pharmacist Required and Compensation Display of Certificate Required Responsibility for Safety. Quality. Pharmaceuticals. Efficacy. and Purity of Drugs ‡ Fillings and Refilling of Prescription ‡ Labels of Dispensed Medicine .

PRACTICE OF PHARMACY ‡ Record Books for Prescription ‡ Inhibition Against Use of Cipher or Unusual terms in Rx & Rx Switching ‡ Provision Relative to Dispensing of Violent Poisons ‡ Provisions relative to Dispensing of Less Violent Poisons ‡ Receptacle for Poisonous Drugs ‡ Provisions Relative to Dispensing of Anti ± Conceptional Substances & Devices ‡ Provisions Relative to Dispensing of Potent Drugs .

.Sec 43: Sec 25 of 5921. CONVENIENCE STORES AND OTHER RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS. NOT IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONTAINERS TO THE CONSUMING PUBLIC THROUGH SUPERMARKETS. BOTTLES. Shall be compounded. drugs devices. Amended ‡ Sec 25 Sale of medicine. pharmaceuticals. Dispensed and sold or resold NON-PRESCRIPTION OR OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS MAY BE SOLD IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGES. pharmaceutical . No medicine. CONTAINERS OR IN SMALL QUANTITIES.

HOSPITAL PHARMACIES OR TO OTHER DRUG WHOLESALERS UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A REGISTERED PHARMACIST. Amended ‡ Sec 25 Sale of medicine. pharmaceuticals. AND SUPERMARKETS. or biological products SHALL NOT SELL THEIR PRODUCTS FOR RE-SALE EXCEPT ONLY TO RETAIL DRUG OUTLETS.Sec 43: Sec 25 of 5921. CONVENIENCE STORES. OTHER RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS FOR OVER-THE-COUNTER DRUGS. drug or biological manufacturing establishments. drugs devices. Pharmaceutical. DULY LICENSED BY THE BUREAU OF FOOD AND DRUGS. . importers and wholesalers of drugs. medicines.

corrosive sublimate. or any of their salts.VIOLENT POISONS: ‡ Arsenical preparations. hydrocyanic acid or prussic acid. strychnine. phosphorous. oil of mirbane (nitrobenzene) POISON BOOK: ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Date of each sale The name and address of the purchaser The name & quantity of the poison sold The purpose of the purchase . atropine.

ABORTIVES & ANTICONCEPTIONAL SUBSTANCES OR DEVICES ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Number and date of the Rx Name and address of the physician Name. and manufacturer of the drug Name and address of the purchaser Date of filling the Rx Signature of the pharmacist filling the Rx . quantity.

Requirements for the opening and operations of drugstores and pharmacies ³ The minimum requirements necessary for the opening and operation of drugstore and pharmacies shall be in accordance with the rules and regulations prescribed by the BFAD. 1978 )³ .D. No application for the opening of a retail drugstore shall be approved unless it is signed by a Filipino registered pharmacist. 1363 on May 2. either as owner or as a supervising pharmacist (as amended by P.

1973 CREATED THE PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION . 223 June 22.PD NO.

Drugs 6. Biologic Products 9. Cipher 11. Code 12. Secret Keys . Drug or Pharm. Pharmaceuticals 7. Device 8. Pharmacy or drugstores 2.Definition of Terms 1. Laboratory/manufacturing 3. Person 5. Poison 10. Wholesaler 4.

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