Drugs. Within the framework of their respective powers and competencies the Parties shall cooperate in increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and measures to counter the illicit production, supply and traffic of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, including the prevention of diversion of precursor chemicals, as well as in promoting drug demand prevention and reduction. The cooperation in this area shall be based on mutual consultation and close coordination between the Parties over the objectives and measures on the various drug-related fields.
Drugs. Any illegal drug or substance as identified in Schedules I through V of Section 202 of the Controlled Substance Act and as further defined by 21 CFR 1300.11 through 1300.15. This includes cannabinoids, amphetamines, opiates, phencyclidine (PCP), and cocaine. Illegal use includes use of any illegal drug, and misuse of legally prescribed obtained prescription drugs. The term drug shall include the term "controlled substance" and the terms may be used interchangeably in this provision.
Drugs. Coverage will include drugs, oral contraceptives, and medicines dispensed by a doctor or pharmacist and, except for insulin, only available on the prescription of a doctor, to the extent that they are generally recognized as being effective in the sickness or injury being treated and are not excessive or unwarranted as judged by the generally accepted therapy for the sickness or injury. For the purposes of prescription drugs, generic drugs are to be dispensed if available, unless stipulated otherwise by the physician. There will be no benefits for proprietary or patent medicines.
Drugs. Federal law, state law, and University policy prohibit the solicitation, procurement, sale, or manufacture of narcotics or controlled substances except as expressly permitted by law. The use, possession, and sale of marijuana (medicinal or recreational) in any form is prohibited on all University property. Any person known or suspected to be in possession of, using, or distributing drugs, including medicinal or recreational marijuana is subject to disciplinary action and criminal action under state and/or federal law. Additional information regarding use and possession of marijuana on University property may be found on the University of California Office of the President web site at https://www.ucop.edu/marijuana-and-drug-policy/. STUDENTS involved in drug trafficking will be subject to immediate eviction.
Drugs. Controlled substances, designer drugs (drug substances not 5 approved for medical or other use by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration or the 6 U.S. Food and Drug Administration), and/or over-the-counter preparations available 7 without a prescription from a medical doctor that are capable of impairing an employee's 8 mental or physical ability to safely, efficiently, and accurately perform work duties.
Drugs. The possession of any prohibited drug is a criminal offence. This law applies to all areas of College buildings or grounds. The possession and/or use of any prohibited drug by any Student or member of staff is not permitted on College premises and could result in the instigation of the formal disciplinary procedure as detailed in these Regulations and legal action by the police.