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A. A full-service wholesale permittee that engages in the wholesale distribution of prescription-only drugs into, within or from this state must maintain a bond as required by federal law and have a designated representative. If the full-service wholesale permittee changes its designated representative, the new designated representative must possess and submit a valid fingerprint clearance card before the change in representation is made.
B. The designated representative of a full-service wholesale permittee must:
1. Be at least twenty-one years of age.
2. Be employed by the full-service wholesale permittee in a managerial level position.
3. Be actively involved in the daily operation of the wholesale distribution of prescription-only drugs.
4. Be physically present at the full-service wholesale permittee facility during regular business hours unless the absence of the designated representative is authorized.
5. Serve as a designated representative for only one full-service wholesale permittee.
6. Not have any criminal convictions under any federal, state or local laws relating to wholesale or retail prescription-only drug distribution or distribution of controlled substances.
7. Possess a valid fingerprint clearance card issued pursuant to title 41, chapter 12, article 3.1.
C. For the purposes of this article, a full-service wholesale permittee does not include a hospital, chain pharmacy warehouse or third-party logistics provider.