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State and Federal Laws and Sanctions Concerning Drugs and Alcohol

Title 21 United States Code (USC) Controlled Substances Act

Government agencies and organizations relating to the control of and adherence to the Controlled Substances Act

South Carolina Judicial Department:  Summary Court Judges Bench Book

A.Alcoholic Beverages
 1.Alcohol - Distilleries, etc.
 2.Beer, Wine, etc. - Persons Under Age 21
 3.Beer, Wine, etc. - Tax Levy
 4.Driving Under the Influence (DUI) of Intoxicating Liquors, etc.
 5.Employment of a Person Under 21 in Liquor Business
 6.Open Containers of Beer and Wine in Moving Vehicles
 7.Purchase of Liquor by Person Under Age 21 or Misrepresentation of Age
 8.Sale of Liquor to Persons Under Age of 21
 9.Transporting with Broken Caps or Seals in Motor Vehicle
 10.Unlawful Purchase of Alcoholic Liquor - Generally
 11.Unlawful Sale or Manufacture of Liquor - Generally
 12.Unlawful Storage or Possession of Alcoholic Liquors
 13.Unlawful Storage or Transportation of Illegal Alcoholic Liquors
J.Poisons, Drugs, and Other Controlled Substances
 2Aromatic Hydrocarbons (Glue Sniffing)
 3Conditional Discharge for First Offense
 4Distribution to Person Under Eighteen
 5Distribution Within Proximity of School
 6Possession, Manufacture, And Trafficking; Methamphetamine and Cocaine Base
 7Obtaining Certain Drugs, Preparations or Compound by Fraud, Deceit, etc.
 8Possession of Certain Quantities of Controlled Substances as Evidence on Intent to Distribute
 9Possession of Methamphetamine or Cocaine Base
 10Possession of Small Quantities of Marijuana or Hashish
 11Prohibited Acts A: Possession and Distribution of Controlled Substances
 12Prohibited Acts B: Licensed Distributors
 13Prohibited Acts C: Distribution and Manufacture Violations
 14Sale, etc. of Misbranded Package or Container of Dangerous Caustic and Corrosive Substances

The above information is required for compliance with the Higher Education Act, Sec. 120. [20 U.S.C. 1011i) Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention] and the annual Clery Act report.

Reviewed 5/06/2013


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