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National Narcotics Act of - Establishes within the executive branch an Office of the Director of National and International Drug Operations and Policy headed by a Director and Deputy Director appointed by the President.
Authorizes the Director to develop, implement, and enforce U.S. Government policy with respect to illegal drugs. Get this from a library. National Narcotics Act of report of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, on S.
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Amends the International Narcotics Control Act of to make certain dollar limitations on law enforcement assistance for Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru inapplicable on this Act's enactment date.
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(Record Group )Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of the Narcotic Division Records of the Bureau of Narcotics Records of the Drug Enforcement Administration Records of Regional Offices.
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Substances Act and its implementing regulations as they pertain to the pharmacy profession. The edition replaces all previous editions of the Pharmacist’s Manual issued by the Drug Enforcement Administration, both hard copy and electronic.
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