§ 1161.36. Transport manifest.
(a) A dispensary shall generate a printed or electronic transport manifest that accompanies every transport vehicle and contains the following information:
(1) The name, address and permit number of the dispensary, and the name of and contact information for a representative of the dispensary who has direct knowledge of the transport.
(2) The name, address and permit number of the medical marijuana organization receiving the delivery, and the name of and contact information for a representative of the medical marijuana organization.
(3) The quantity, by weight or unit, of each medical marijuana harvest batch, harvest lot or process lot contained in the transport, along with the identification number for each harvest batch, harvest lot or process lot.
(4) The date and approximate time of departure.
(5) The date and approximate time of arrival.
(6) The transport vehicles make and model and license plate number.
(7) The identification number of each member of the delivery team accompanying the transport.
(b) When a delivery team delivers medical marijuana products to multiple facilities, the transport manifest must correctly reflect the specific medical marijuana products in transit. Each recipient shall provide the dispensary with a printed receipt for the medical marijuana products received.
(c) All medical marijuana products being transported shall be packaged in shipping containers and labeled in accordance with § § 1151.34 and 1161.28 (relating to packaging and labeling of medical marijuana products; and labels and safety inserts).
(d) A dispensary shall provide a copy of the transport manifest to the recipient receiving the medical marijuana products described in the transport manifest. To maintain confidentiality, a dispensary may prepare separate manifests for each recipient.
(e) A dispensary shall, if requested, provide a copy of the printed transport manifest, and any printed receipts for medical marijuana products being transported, to the Department or its authorized agents, law enforcement, or other Federal, State or local government officials if necessary to perform the government officials functions and duties.
The temporary provisions of this § 1161.36 amended January 13, 2017, effective January 14, 2017, expire on January 14, 2019, 47 Pa.B. 217; amended May 11, 2018, effective May 17, 2018, expire on May 12, 2020, 48 Pa.B. 2793. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (385981) to (385982).
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