(a) A manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, or other person who sells, transfers, manufactures, purchases for resale, or otherwise furnishes any listed precursor chemical defined in Section 20-2-181 must first obtain on a biennial basis a license issued by the Board of Pharmacy upon payment of a fee as prescribed by rule of the board to the secretary of the board. Licenses shall be issued biennially beginning in 2010. All licenses shall expire on December 31 of even-numbered years. Every holder of such a license in order to continue to be licensed shall pay a biennial renewal fee to be prescribed by rule of the board. The renewal fee shall be due on October 31 and shall be delinquent after December 31 of even-numbered years. The payment of the renewal fee shall entitle the holder thereof to renewal of his or her license at the discretion of the board. If any holder of such license fails to pay the renewal fee on or before the due date, the license may be reinstated only upon payment of a penalty of ten dollars ($10) for each lapsed month as prescribed by rule of the board.
(b) The procedure for obtaining a license to sell, transfer, manufacture, purchase for resale, or otherwise furnish a listed precursor chemical shall be as follows:
(1) Obtain an application from the Board of Pharmacy;
(2) Submit the application to the Board of Pharmacy;
(3) Demonstrate a legitimate reason to sell, transfer, or otherwise furnish listed precursor chemicals.
(c) The content of the application for a license shall include, but not be limited to, the following information:
(1) Name of business;
(2) Address of business other than a post office box number;
(3) Phone number of business;
(4) Names and addresses of business owners;
(5) Location of storage facility;
(6) Identification of listed precursor chemicals to be sold; and
(7) Criminal history of applicant.
(d) A licensee shall make an accurate and legible record of any transaction of listed precursor chemicals and maintain such record together with the following records for a period of at least two years:
(1) Inventory on hand;
(2) Purchase receipts;
(3) Manufacturing records including the date and quantity of any listed precursor chemicals manufactured, the quantity of listed precursor chemicals used in manufacturing any other substance or product, and the inventory on hand of listed precursor chemicals after the manufacturing of any other substance or product;
(4) Copies of the Board of Pharmacy licenses or permits;
(5) Records of substance disposal.