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POISONS ACT
An Act to regulate the importation, possession, manufacture, compounding, storage, transport and
sale of poisons
Commencement: 1st July 1957
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Citation.
1. This Act may be cited as the Poisons Act.
Interpretation.
2. In this Act, and in any rules made thereunder, unless the context otherwise requires --
"dentist" means a dentist licensed under the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Act (Chapter 112) and
includes a Government dentist;
"export", with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions, in relation to Brunei Darussalam,
means to take or cause to be taken out of Brunei Darussalam by land, air or water, otherwise than in
transit;
"import", with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions, in relation to Brunei Darussalam,
means to bring or to cause to be brought into Brunei Darussalam by land, air or water, otherwise than
in transit;
"in transit" means taken or sent from any country and brought into Brunei Darussalam by land, air or
water (whether or not landed or transhipped in Brunei Darussalam) for the sole purpose of being

carried to another country either by the same or another conveyance;
"licensed pharmacist" means a pharmacist licensed under this Act;
"licensed practitioner" means a Government Medical Officer or a registered medical practitioner
licensed under this Act;
"Licensing Officer" means a person empowered by section 4 to issue licences for the purposes of this
Act;
"officer of the Bureau" means the Director, Deputy Director and any other officer of the Narcotics
Control Bureau;
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"pharmacist" means any person who holds any degree, diploma or licence approved by the Medical
Board constituted under subsection (1) of section 13 of the Medical Practitioners and Dentists

Registration Act (Chapter 112);
"Poisons List" means the Poisons Lists in the Schedule;
"registered medical practitioner" means a medical practitioner registered under the Medical
Practitioners and Dentists Registration Act (Chapter 112);
"sale by way of wholesale dealing" means sale to a person who buys for the purpose of selling again;
"veterinary surgeon" means a person who holds the diploma of membership of the Royal College of
Veterinary Surgeons of England, or the diploma of a British or foreign veterinary institution or
examining body approved by the Medical Board constituted under subsection (1) of section 13 of the
Medical Practitioners and Dentists Registration Act (Chapter 112).
Description of poisons.
3. (1) The substances specified in the Poisons List shall be deemed to be poisons within the meaning of

this Act.
(2) His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan in Council may, by notification in the Gazette, add to,
remove from, or reinstate in the Poisons List any substance.
Licensing Officers.
4. His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan may appoint any person to be a Licensing Officer, and
any person so appointed by him by name or office, may issue licences for the purposes of this Act.
General prohibition with respect to the importation and sale of poisons.
5. No person shall without a licence from a Licensing Officer import, possess for sale, sell or offer for
sale any poison.
Prohibitions and provisions relating to the sale of poisons.
6. (1) It shall not be lawful --


(a) for any person to sell any poison unless --
(i) he is licensed under this Act to sell poisons;
(ii) the sale is effected in accordance with the provisions of the licence and with any conditions
specified therein;
(iii) the sale is effected on the premises specified in the licence;


(iv) the sale is effected by or under the personal supervision of the person named in the licence; and
(v) where the poison is one included in Part I of the Poisons List, the sale is effected by or under the
personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist or licensed practitioner; or
(b) for any person to sell any poison by wholesale except to a person licensed under this Act to sell
that poison.
(2) It shall not be lawful for a person to sell any poison unless the container of the poison is labelled --
(a) with the name of the poison;
(b) in the case of a preparation which contains a poison as one of the ingredients thereof, with
particulars as to the proportion which the poison contained in the preparation bears to the total
ingredients;


(c) with the word "Poison" or other prescribed indication of the character thereof; and
(d) with the name of the seller of the poison and the address of the premises on which it was sold.
(3) Subject to any rules made under this Act dispensing with or relaxing any of the requirements of
this subsection --
(a) it shall not be lawful to sell any poison to any person unless that person is known by the seller or
by some person in the employment of the seller at the premises where the sale is effected, or is
introduced by some person known to the seller as a person to whom the poison may properly be sold;
and
(b) the seller of any poison shall not deliver it until --
(i) he has made or caused to be made an entry in a book to be kept for that purpose stating the date of

the sale, the name and address of the purchaser and of the person, if any, introducing him, the name
and quantity of the substance sold and the purpose for which it is stated by the purchaser to be
required; and
(ii) the purchaser and the person introducing him, if any, have affixed their signatures to the entry
aforesaid.
Exemptions in respect of medicines.
7. (1) Nothing in section 6 shall apply --
(a) to a medicine which is supplied by a registered medical practitioner for the purposes of medical
treatment of his own patients;
(b) to a medicine which is supplied by a dentist for the purposes of dental treatment of his own
patients;
(c) to a medicine which is supplied by a veterinary surgeon for the purposes of animal treatment;
(d) to a medicine which is dispensed by a licensed pharmacist on the premises specified in his licence;
or
(e) to a poison forming part of the ingredients of a medicine, except a patent or proprietary medicine,
which is supplied by a licensed pharmacist on the premises specified in his licence,
if the requirements contained in subsections (2) and (3) are satisfied in relation thereto.
(2) The medicine must be distinctly labelled with the name and address of the firm or person by whom
it is supplied or dispensed and with a serial number or other reference to the entry in the book
required to be kept and used regularly under the provisions of subsection (3).

(3) On the day on which the medicine is supplied or dispensed there must be entered in a book which
is kept and used regularly for the purpose of this provision but which need not be used exclusively for
that purpose the following particulars --
(a) the date on which the medicine was supplied or dispensed;
(b) the ingredients of the medicine or, if the medicine is a proprietary medicine, the name of the
medicine, and the quantity thereof supplied;
(c) if the medicine was dispensed by a licensed pharmacist, the name or initials and, if it is known, the
address of the person by whom the prescription was signed, and the name and address of the person
to whom, and the date on which the prescription was given; and
(d) if the medicine was not so dispensed, the name and address of the person to whom it was supplied:
Provided that the provisions of this subsection shall, in the case of a medicine supplied on a
prescription on which such medicine had been supplied by the seller on a previous occasion, be
deemed to be complied with if the date on which the medicine is supplied and the quantity thereof
supplied are entered in the book or in a book kept for the purpose of this proviso on that day or, if that
is not reasonably practicable, on the day next following that day, together with a sufficient reference
to any entry in the book duly recording the dispensing of the medicine by the seller on the first
occasion.
(4) In the case of a medicine which is supplied or dispensed by a licensed pharmacist or licensed
practitioner the medicine must have been compounded by or under the direct and personal supervision

of a licensed pharmacist or licensed practitioner.
Exemptions in respect of sale.
8. Except as provided in any rules made under this Act, nothing in the provisions of subparagraph (v)
of paragraph (a) of subsection (1) and subsections (2) and (3) of section 6, shall extend to or affect --
(a) the sale of poisons by way of wholesale dealing;
(b) the sale of poisons to be exported from Brunei Darussalam;
(c) the sale of poisons to be used by a registered medical practitioner, dentist or veterinary surgeon for
the purposes of his profession;
(d) the sale of poisons for use in or in connection with any hospital, dispensary or similar institution
approved by an order, whether general or special, of the Director-General of Medical Services;
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(e) the sale of poisons for use by or on behalf of a Government Department requiring the article for the
purposes of the public service;
(f) the sale of poisons to a person or institution concerned with scientific education or research, if the
article is required for the purpose of that education or research; or
(g) the sale of poisons by persons licensed under this Act, either by way of wholesale dealing or for use
by the purchasers thereof in their trade or business, to a person who requires the poison --
(i) for the purpose of his trade or business; or
(ii) for the purpose of enabling him to comply with any requirements made by or in pursuance of any
written law with respect to the medical treatment of persons employed by that person in any trade or
business carried on by him.
Possession of poisons.
9. (1) No person whether licensed under this Act or not shall knowingly keep or have in his possession
or under his control any poison otherwise than --
(a) in an unbroken case or package as received from the manufacturer; or
(b) in a bottle, vessel, box, package or other receptacle distinctly labelled with the name of the
substance contained therein and also bearing some distinction or mark indicating that it contains
poison.
(2) In any proceeding under this section if any person is proved to have kept or had in his possession
or under his control any poison he shall be deemed to have done so knowingly unless the contrary is
proved by him.
(3) No person shall keep any poison for sale or for dispensing purposes except --


(a) as provided in paragraph (a) of subsection (1);
(b) in a bottle or other vessel tied over, capped, locked or otherwise safely secured in a manner
different from that in which bottles or vessels containing non-poisonous substances are secured in the
same warehouse, shop or dispensary;
(c) in a bottle or other vessel readily distinguishable by touch from the bottles or vessels in which non-
poisonous substances are kept in the same warehouse, shop or dispensary; or


(d) in a bottle, vessel, box or package kept in a room or cupboard under lock and key set apart for the
keeping or storage of dangerous substances.
Issue of licences.
10. (1) A Licensing Officer may issue to any person, subject to such special conditions and limitations
as the Licensing Officer may think fit, any of the licences referred to in section 11:
Provided that no licences shall be issued to a medical practitioner other than licences to import,
possess, and sell poisons by retail in his own personal practice or business, or in a practice or business
partnership of which every member is a medical practitioner.
(2) A Licensing Officer, if it appears expedient to him to do so, may cancel any licence issued under
subsection (1).
(3) Every licence shall, unless previously cancelled, remain in force until the 31st day of December in

the year in respect of which the licence is issued.
(4) Such fees as may be prescribed shall be charged on the issue of each licence.
(5) Any person to whom a Licensing Officer refuses to issue a licence or whose licence is cancelled
under the provisions of subsection (2) may appeal to His Majesty in Council whose decision shall be
final and conclusive.
Different kinds of licence.
11. (1) Licences may be --
(a) licences to import and store poisons;
(b) wholesale and retail licences to deal generally in poisons;
(c) wholesale licences to keep and sell by wholesale the poisons specified in such licences;


(d) retail licences to keep and sell the poisons specified in such licences.
(2) There shall be implied in every licence issued under this Act the condition that the licensee is
bound to comply --
(a) with all the terms and conditions set out in the licence;
(b) with all the provisions of this Act; and
(c) with all the provisions of any rule that may from time to time be made under this Act.
(3) For the purposes of this section the expression "to keep" shall include the custody of poisons by a
licensee in the course of his employment.
(4) Every licence issued under this Act shall be personal to the licensee named therein and shall not in

any case be transferable to another person and no licence shall authorise the sale of any poison by any
person other than the person named therein:
Provided that it shall be lawful for a Licensing Officer, if he sees fit, to amend the description on a
licence of the premises at which the person licensed carries on the business or profession in
connection with which he is licensed.
Licences to be numbered and registered.
12. (1) All licences issued in Brunei Darussalam shall be numbered consecutively in the year in respect
of which they are issued, commencing each year with the number one.
(2) Each Licensing Officer shall keep a register of licences issued by him showing all the particulars of
each licence granted by him and the entries in the register shall be numbered to correspond with the
serial numbers of the licences and there shall be noted in the register in the event of the cancellation
of any licence the date of such cancellation.


(3) Any extract from or copy of an entry in a register kept under this section shall, until the contrary is
proved be evidence of the facts stated therein if such extract or copy is certified under the hand of a
Licensing Officer to be a true extract or copy.
Annual list to be published.
13. (1) The Director-General of Medical Services shall in or about the month of February in each year
cause to be printed and published in the Gazette lists of all persons licensed under this Act with the
nature of the licence or licences granted to each such person, and specifying the profession or business

and the premises in respect of which such licences have been granted. Lists of all such licences issued
after the publication of the annual list shall from time to time be published in the Gazette.
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(2) In such lists the names shall be in alphabetical order, according to the surname or seh when such
name or its equivalent is used by the licensed person, and otherwise according to the personal name of
the licensed person followed by his father's name.
(3) Every list so published as aforesaid shall be evidence that the persons therein named are licensed
under this Act as therein stated and the absence of any name from such list shall be evidence until the
contrary has been proved that such person is not licensed under this Act.
Forms of licence.
14. Licences issued under this Act shall be substantially in the forms prescribed with such variations as
circumstances may require.


Search and search warrants.
15. (1) A Licensing Officer or any officer of the Medical Department authorised in writing by a
Licensing Officer or any police officer not below the rank of inspector, or any officer of the Bureau not
below the rank of Chief Narcotics Officer or any officer of the Bureau authorised by such an officer,
may enter at all reasonable times upon any premises in which poisons are reasonably believed by such
officer to be kept or stored and by himself or by some other person accompanying him and acting
under his instructions and in his presence may search such premises and take samples of any
substance found therein and reasonably believed to be or to contain a poison.
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(2) Any officer referred to in subsection (1) may in like manner inspect and take extracts from any
book or record relating or reasonably believed to relate to any dealing in or with poisons wherever and
by whomsoever kept and whether kept under the provisions of this Act or of any rules made under this
Act or otherwise and for the purpose of such inspections or taking of extracts may enter at all
reasonable times upon any place whatsoever.


(3) In any case in which it shall appear to any magistrate upon the oath of any person that there is
reasonable cause to believe that in any premises there is concealed or deposited any substance in
respect of which an offence has been committed against this Act, such magistrate may, by warrant
addressed to any police officer not below the rank of inspector or to any senior officer of customs, or to
any officer of the Bureau not below the rank of Chief Narcotics Officer or to any officer of the Bureau
authorised by such an officer, empower such officer to enter upon and search by day or night any
premises within the jurisdiction of such magistrate and to take possession of any such substance and
to arrest any person being in such premises in whose possession such substance may be found or who
is reasonably suspected by such officer to have concealed or deposited such substance therein, and
any officer to whom such warrant may be directed may in case of obstruction or resistance break open
any outer or inner door of such premises and any cupboard, chest, trunk or package or other
receptacle and by force, if necessary, enter upon any part of such premises and remove any
obstruction to such entry, search or seizure and detain any person found in such premises until the
search has been completed.
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(3A) Without prejudice to any other provision of this Act, an officer of the Bureau shall, in any case
relating to the commission of an offence under this Act, have all the powers of a police officer under
the Criminal Procedure Code (Chapter 7) in relation to an investigation into any seizable offence.
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(4) In this section "senior officer of customs" has the same meaning as in the Customs Act (Chapter
36).
Powers of exemption.
16. His Majesty in Council may by order published in the Gazette exempt from the operation of this Act
or of any specific provision thereof or rule thereunder --
(a) any specified persons or class of persons; or

(b) any chemical commonly used for any process in connection with a trade, manufacture or industry,
but every such exemption shall be subject to such instructions and conditions as His Majesty in Council
may think fit to impose either generally or in any particular case.
Penalties.
17. (1) Any person who acts in contravention of any of the provisions of this Act or of any rule or order
made thereunder, shall except in so far as his act comes within one of the exemptions made by
sections 7 and 8, be guilty of an offence: Penalty, a fine of $8,000 or, in default of payment,

imprisonment for 6 months:
Provided that if the act or omission charged amounts, in the opinion of the Court before which he is
tried, to such a degree of negligence as to endanger or be likely to endanger, human life, then such
person shall be guilty of an offence: Penalty, a fine of $16,000 and imprisonment for 12 months.
(2) Any person who would have been guilty of an offence against the provisions of this Act or of any
rule or order made thereunder if anything had been done or omitted by him personally shall be guilty
of such offence and be liable to the same penalty if such thing had been done or omitted by his
partner, agent or servant, unless he proves to the satisfaction of the court that he took all reasonable
precautions to prevent the doing or omission of such thing; but so that nothing in this subsection shall
affect the liability of such partner, agent or servant, and provided that the liability of such person shall
not extend to imprisonment unless he is privy to the offence.
(3) Where any person convicted of an offence against the provisions of this Act or of any rule or order
made thereunder is a body corporate every person who, at the time of commission of the offence, was

a director, manager, secretary or other officer of the body corporate, or was purporting to act in any
such capacity, shall be deemed to be guilty of that offence unless he proves that the offence was
committed without his knowledge, or that he exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission of
the offence.
(4) Any poison in respect of which an offence has been committed by any unlicensed person in
contravention of any provision of this Act or of any rule or order made thereunder shall, upon that
person being convicted of the said offence, be forfeited and shall be handed over to the Director-
General of Medical Services for disposal.
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(5) Every penalty or forfeiture imposed under this Act shall be in addition to and not in substitution for
any other penalty to which the accused may be liable under any other law and no conviction under this
Act shall be pleaded in any civil proceedings in mitigation of damages claimed against the person
convicted.
Jurisdiction.
18. The Court of a Magistrate shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine all prosecutions under this
Act and, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Criminal Procedure Code (Chapter
7), such a Court shall have power to impose the full penalty or punishment provided by this Act.
Prosecutions.
19. (1) No prosecution for any offence under this Act or any rule made thereunder shall be instituted
except with the sanction of the Public Prosecutor or a Deputy Public Prosecutor.
(2) In any prosecution under this Act the burden of proving that any poison found in the possession of
the accused was not kept for sale shall be upon the accused.
Prohibition of sale to persons under 18.
20. (1) No poison shall be sold to any person under 18 years of age.
(2) Any person contravening the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an offence: Penalty, a fine

of $4,000 or imprisonment for 6 months.
(3) It shall be a sufficient defence to any charge under subsection (1) that the person charged had
reasonable cause to believe that the person to whom such sale was made was above the age of 18
years.
Rules.
21. His Majesty in Council may make rules to carry out the purposes of this Act and, in particular, but
without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing powers, may make rules with respect to any of the
following matters or for any of the following purposes --
(a) the importation, use, and control of poisons, and any precautionary measures relating thereto;
(b) the manufacture of preparations containing poisons;

(c) the sale, whether by wholesale or retail, or the supply of poisons, by or to any person or class of
persons, including --
(i) regulating or restricting the sale or supply of poisons by persons licensed under paragraph (c) or (d)
of subsection (1) of section 11 and prohibiting the sale of any specified poison or class of poisons by
any class of such persons;
(ii) prohibiting the sale by retail of poisons included in Part I of the Poisons List except on a
prescription duly signed by a licensed practitioner, licensed dentist or licensed veterinary surgeon, and

prescribing the form and regulating the use of prescriptions given for the purpose of rules made under
this paragraph; and
(iii) dispensing with or relaxing with respect to any specified poison any of the provisions contained in
this Act or in any rule made thereunder relating to the sale of poisons;
(d) the storage, transport and labelling of poisons;
(e) the containers in which poisons may be sold or supplied;
(f) the addition to poisons of specified ingredients for the purpose of rendering them readily
distinguishable as poisons;
(g) the compounding and dispensing of poisons;
(h) the period for which any books required to be kept for the purposes of this Act are to be preserved;


(i) requiring persons in control of the manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations containing poisons
to be licensed pharmacists or persons possessing prescribed qualification in chemistry;
(j) prescribing the coverings, stoppers and fastenings of and the marks to be placed or made on or on
the coverings of or on the labels affixed to any vessel, bottle, case, package, box or other receptacle or
container whatsoever in which any poison is kept, stored, sold or in any way dealt with;
(k) prescribing the form of licences, registers and returns; and
(l) fixing fees and exempting any person or body of persons from the payment of such fees.
SCHEDULE
(sections 2 and 3)
POISONS LIST


In the construction of this list, unless the contrary intention appears --
1. A reference to a substance shall include a reference to that substance prepared either from natural
sources or synthetically or artificially.
2. A reference to a substance shall include a reference to that substance when contained as such in any
preparation, solution, admixture or natural substance.
PART I
Acebutolol
Acepromazine; its salts
Acetanilide; alkyl acetanilides
Acetazolamide; its salts
Acetohexamide
Acetorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Acetylcarbromal
Acetylcholine chloride
Acetylcysteine
Acetyldigoxin


Acetyldihydrocodeine; its salts
Acetylmethadol; its salts
Acetyl-alpha-methyl fentanyl
Aclofenac
Acyclovir
Adenosine; its salts
Adiphenine hydrochloride
Adrenaline and its derivatives
Alcuronium chloride
Alfentanil hydrochloride
Algestone
Alkyl flourides other than those specified in Part II of this list
Alkaloids, the following; the quaternary compounds, any salt simple or complex, or any substance
falling within the following --
Aconite, alkaloids of
Atropine
Belladonna, alkaloids of
Brucine
Calabar Beans, alkaloids of
Cocaine
Codeine, its esters and ethers


Colchicum, alkaloids of
Coniine
Cotarnine
Curare, alkaloids of; curare bases
Ecgonine, its esters and ethers
Emetine
Ephedra, alkaloids of, including synthetic preparations
Ergot, alkaloids of; hydrogenated or not; their homologues


Gelsemium; alkaloids of
Homatropine
Hyoscine
Hyoscyamine
Jaborandi, alkaloids of
Lobelia, alkaloids of
Morphine, its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts

Nicotine
Noscapine
Nux vomica, alkaloids of
Papaverine
Pomegranate, alkaloids of


Physostigmine
Quebracho, alkaloids of, other than the alkaloids of Red Quebracho
Rauwolfia, alkaloids of; their derivatives
Sabadilla, alkaloids of
Solanaceous alkaloids not otherwise included in this list
Stavesacre, alkaloids of
Strychnine, its salts and quaternary compounds
Thebaine


Veratrum, alkaloids of
Vinca, alkaloids of; including synthetic preparations
Yohimba, alkaloids of
Allobarbitone; its salts
Allopurinol
Allylisopropylacetylurea
Allylprodine; its salts
Alminoprofen


Almitrine
Alphacetylmethadol; its salts
Alphachloralose
Alphadolone; its salts
Alphameprodine; its salts
Alphamethadol; its salts
Alpha-methylfentanyl
Alphaprodine; its salts


Alphaxolone
Alprenolol; its salts
Alseroxylon
Amantadine; its salts
Ambenonium chloride
Ambroxol; its salts
Ambuside

Ambutonium bromide
Amcinonide
Ametazole hydrochloride
Amethocaine; its salts
Amfepramone; its salts


Amiloride; its salts
Amidopyrine, its salts; amidopyrine sulphonates; their salts
Amineptine
Amino-alcohols esterified with benzoic acid, phenylacetic acid, cinnamic acid, or the derivatives of
these acids; their salts
p-Aminobenzenesulphonamide; its salts; derivatives of p-aminobenzene-sulphonamide having any of
the hydrogen atoms of the p-amino group or of the sulphonamide group substituted by another
radical; their salts
Aminocaproic acid
P-Aminosalicylic acid, esters of; their salts
Aminometradine
Aminophylline
Aminoprofen
Aminoglutethemide
P-Aminosalicylic acid; its salts
Aminotradine
Amipaque
Amiphenazole; its salts
Aminopterin
Aminorex; its salts
Amiodarone; its salts
Amisometradine
Amitriptyline; its salts
Amlodipine
Ammonium bromide
Amoxapine
Amphetamine; its salts
Amrinone lactate
Amsacrine (M-AMSA)
Amygdalin
Amyl nitrite
Amylocaine; its salts
Ancrod


Angiotensin amide
Anileridine; its salts
Antibiotics, all substances of; including synthetic preparations; their salts
Antihistamine substances the following; their salts; their homologues and analogues, their molecular
compounds --


Acrivastine
Antazoline
Astemizole
Azatadine
Bamipine
Bromodiphenhydramine
Brompheniramine
Buclizine


Carbinoxamine
Cetirizine
Chlorcyclizine
Chlorpheniramine
Cimetidine; its salts
Cinnarizine
Clemastine
Clemizole


Cyclizine
Cyproheptadine
3-D-n-butylaminomethyl-4,5,6-trihydroxyphthalide
3-dibutylaminomethyl-4,5,6-trihydroxyl-l-isobenzafuranone
Dimethpyridine
Diphenhydramine
Diphenylpyraline
Doxylamine


Isothipendyl
Loratadine
Mequitazine
Mebhydrolin
Meclastine
Meclozine
Phenindamine

Pheniramine
Phenyltoloxamine
Promethazine
Pyrrobutamine
Ranitidine


Terfenadine
Thenalidine
Tolpropamine
Triprolidine
Substances being tetra-N-substituted derivatives of ethylenediamine or propylenediamine
Antimony, chlorides of, antimonates, organic compounds of antimony
Apiol
Apomorphine; its salts


Apronalide
Aprotinin
Arsenical substances, the following, except those specified in Part II of this list; halides of arsenic,
oxides of arsenic, arsenates, arsenites, organic compounds of arsenic
L-Asparaginase
Arsphenamine
Atracurium; its salts
Atenolol
Atorvastatin
Auranofin
Azacyclonol; its salts
Azaperone
Azapropazone
Azathioprine; its salts
Baclofen
Barbituric acid; its salts; derivatives of barbituric acid; their salts, compounds of barbituric acid; its
salts, its derivatives, their salts, with any other substance


Barium, salts of, other than barium sulphate and the salts of barium specified in Part II of this list
Beclamide
Bemegride
Benactyzine; its salts, its quaternary compounds
Benapryazine; its salts
Bencyclane; its salts
Bendrofluazide

Benfluorex
Benoxaprofen
Benperidol
Benserazide hydrochloride
Benthiazide


Benzamidosalicylic acid; its salts
Benzbromarone
Benzethidine; its salts
Benzhexol
Benzilonium
Benzoctamine
Benzoestrol
Benzoquinonium chloride


Benzocaine
Benzoylmorphine; its salts
N-Benzoyl sulphanilamide
Benzphetamine; its salts
Benzquinamide
Benztropine and its homologues; their salts
Benzydamine; its salts
Benzylmorphine; its salts


Bepridil; its salts
Berberine; its quaternary compounds; their salts
Betacetylmethadol; its salts
Betahistine; its salts
Betameprodine; its salts
Betamethadol; its salts
Betaprodine; its salts
Betaxolol; its salts


Bethanecol chloride
Bethanidine; its salts
Bevonium; its salts
Bezafibrate
Bezitramide; its salts
Biperidine; its salts
Bisoprolol; its salts

Boldenone undecylenoate
Bopindolol
Bretylium; its salts
Bromazepam
Bromhexine hydrochloride


Bromide, inorganic; including ammonium, for therapeutic use
Bromocryptine mesylate
4-Bromo-2,5-dimethoxy- a-methylphenethylamine
Bromvaletone
Brotizolam
Brucine; its quaternary compounds; their salts
Bucolome
Budesonide


Bufexamac
Buflomedil; its salts
Buformin; its salts
Bufotenine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Bumadizone; its salts
Bumetanide
Buphenine hydrochloride
Bupivacaine; its salts


Bupranolol; its salts
Buprenorphine; its salts
Buspirone; its salts
Busulphan; its salts
Butacaine sulphate
Butalbital
Butamirate; its salts
Butanilicaine


Butinoline; its salts
Butofenine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Butorphanol; its salts
Butrophium; its salts
Butriptyline hydrochloride
Butyl aminobenzoate
Butylchloral hydrate

Cabimicina; its salts; its esters; their salts
Calcitonin
Calcitriol
Calcium 5-alkyl-5-N-Butyl-barbiturate
Calcium carbimide


Calcium metrizoate
Camylofin; its salts
Candicidin; its salts; its esters; their salts
Cannabinol and its tetrahydrol derivatives, prepared wholly or partly by synthesis; their 3-alkyl
homologues; their esters or ethers; their salts
Cannabis (the whole plant, or any part there of Cannabis Sativa; Linn); the resin of cannabis; tinctures
of cannabis; cannabis tannate
Cantharidin
Cantharidates


Captodiame; its salts
Captodiamine; its salts
Captopril
Caramiphen; its salts
Carbachol
Carbamazepine
Carbetapentane; its salts
Carbasone


Carbenoxolone; its salts
Carbidopa
Carbimazole
Carbinoxamine
Carbocisteine
Carboplatin
Carbromal
Carbutamide; its salts


Carisoprodol
Carmustine; its salts
Carperidine; its salts
Carprofen
Carteolol; its salts
Cathine
Cathinone

Chenodeoxycholic acid
Chlophedianol; its salts
Chloral; its addition and condensation products other than alphachloralose; their molecular
compounds
Chlorambucil
Chlorbenzsulphonyl-Pyrrolidinourea (CBPU)
Chlordiazepoxide; its salts
Chlorhexadol
Chlormadinone; its salts
Chlormerodrine
Chlormethiazol; its salts
Chlormezanone; its salts
Chloroform
Chlorophylline
Chlorpromazine; its salts
Chlorquinaldol
Chloroquine; its salts
Chorionic gonadotrophin
Chlorothiazide and other derivatives of benzol-1, 2, 4-thiadiazine-7-
sulphonamide 1, 1 dioxide, whether hydrogenated or not
Chlorphenoxamine; its salts
Chlorphentermine; its salts
Chlorpropamide; its salts
Chlorprothixene and other derivatives of 9-methylenethiaxanthen; their salts
Chlorthalidone and other derivatives of 0-chlorobenzene sulphonamide
Chlorzoxazone
Cholestyramine
Chymotrypsin
Cicionium; its salts
Cilastatin
Cinchocaine
Cincophen and other substances structurally derived from 4-quinoline-carboxylic acid unless specified
elsewhere in the list; their salts and esters
Cinepazide; its salts
Cisplatin
Clebopride
Clidinium; its salts

Clioquinol and other halogenated hydroxyquinoline compounds
Clobazam
Clobenzorex
Clobetasol; its salts; its esters; their salts
Clobetasone; its salts; its esters; their salts


Clobutinol; its salts
Clofazimine
Clofexamide
Clofibrate
Clomiphene; its salts
Clomipramine; its salts
Clonidine; its salts
Clonitazene


Clopamide
Clopenthixol; its salts
Cloperastine; its salts
Cloprostenol; its salts
Clorazepate
Clorexolone
Clorprenaline; its salts
Clostebol; its salts


Clotiapine
Clotiazepam
Clotrimazole
Clozapine
Codergocrine; its salts
Codoxime; its salts
Colestipol hydrochloride
Colistin; its salts


Coptis teeta
Corticotrophins, natural and synthetic
Cortisone, hydrocortisone, prednisolone, derivatives of these with hydroxyl, alkyl groups or halogens
as substituents, ethers and salts of esters of such derivatives
Coumarin
Creosote obtained from wood
Cropropamide
Crotethamide


Croton, oil of
Curare
4-Cyano-2-dimethylamino-4,di-diphenylbutane; its salts
4-Cyano-1-methyl-4-phenylpiperidine; its salts
Cyclarbamate
Cyclobarbitone
Cyclofenil
Cyclopenthiazide
Cyclopentolate hydrochloride
Cyclophosphamide
Cyclosporin
Cyclothiazide
Cycrimine; its salts
Cyproterone; its salts
Cysteamine
Cytarabine; its salts
Dacarbazine
Danazol
Danthron
Dantrolene sodium
Dapsone; its salts
Daunorubicin; its salts
Deanol; its salts
Debrisoquine; its salts
Decamethonium; its salts
Dehydroemetine; its salts
Dehydroepiandrosterone
Delmadinone; its salts
Demecarium bromide
Deoxycortone; its salts
Deprodone; its salts; its esters; their salts; any acetyl derivatives and its salts
Deptropine; its salts; its esters; their salts
Deserpidine; its salts
Desferrioxamine; its salts
Desfluorotriamcinolone
Desipramine; its salts


Deslanoside
Desmopressin
Desomorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; and their salts
Desonide
Dexetimide
Dexfenfluramine
Dextromethorphan; its salts
Dextromoramide; its salts
Dextrophan; its salts
Dextropropoxyphene; its salts
Dextrothyroxine sodium
Diacetylmorphine; its salts
Diacetylnalorphine; its salts
Diamines, the following; their salts; phenylene diamines; tolylene diamines; other derivatives of
benzene diamines
Diamino-diphenylsulphones; their salts; their derivatives
Diamorphine; its salts
Diampromide; its salts
Diazepam and other compounds containing the chemical structure of di-hydro-1,4 benzodiazepine
substituted to any degree; their salts
Diazoxide; its salts
Dibenzepin; its salts
Dichloralphenazone
Dichlorophenarsine; its salts
Dichlorphenamide; its salts
Diclofenac; its salts
Dicyclomine; its salts
Dienoestrol
Diethanolamine fusidate
Diethazine; its salts
Diethylamine acetarsol
N-Diethylaminoethyl ephedrine; its salts
N, N-Diethyltryptamine (DET); its salts
Diethylcarbamazine
Diethylpropion hydrochloride
Diethylthiambutene; its salts
N, N-Diethyltryptamine (DET)


Difenoxin
Difenpiramide
Diflunisal
Digitalis, glycosides of; other active principles of digitalis
Dihydrallazine; its salts
Dihydrocodeine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Dihydrocodeinone; its salts
Dihydroergocristine
Dihydroergotamine; its salts
Dihydroergotoxine; its salts
Di-iodohydroxy quinolone
Diloxanide furoate
Diltiazem; its salts
Dihydromorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Dimenhydrinate
Dimenoxadol; its salts
Dimepheptanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Dimepropion
Dimercaprol
Dimethindene; its salts
Dimethisoquin hydrochloride
Dimethothiazine mesylate
Dimethoxanate; its salts
Dimethoxybromoamphetamine (DOB)
2,5-Dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine (BOB or STP)
2,5-Dimethoxyamphetamine (DMA)
2,5-Dimethoxy- a, 4-dimethylphenethylamine; its salts
2,5-Dimethoxy-4-ethylamphetamine (DOET)
3-[1,2-Dimethylheptyl-l-hydroxy-7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6 6,9-dimethyl-6H dibenzo (b,d) pyran] (DMHP)
Dimethyl sulphoxide
Dimethyl 4-sulphamoylphenyl phosphorothionate
Dimethylthiambutene; its salts
N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT); its salts
Dimethyltubocurarine; its salts
Dimetofrina
Dinitrothymols


Dinitrocresols; their salts
Dinitronaphthols
Dinitrophenols
Dinoprost trometamol
Dinoprostone
Dioxaphetyl butyrate; its salts
Diperodon; its salts
Diphenoxylate; its salts
Diphenylpyraline; its salts
Dipthetarsone
Dipipanone; its salts
Dipotassium chlorazepate
Diprenorphine hydrochloride
Diprophylline
Dipyridamole
Dipyrone
Disodium etidronate
Disopyramide
Distigmine; its salts
Disulfiram
Disulphamide
Dithienylallylamines, dithienyl-akylallylamines, their salts
Dobutamine
Domperidone
Dopamine; its salts
Dothiepin; its salts
Doxapram; its salts
Doxepin; its salts
Doxorubicin; its salts
Droperidol
Dropropizine
Drotaverine
Drotebanol
Dyflos
Econazole
Ecothiopate iodine


Ethylbiscoumacetate
Ectylurea
Edrophonium chloride
Elaterin
Embramine; its salts
Emepronium bromide
Emepronium chloride
Embutramide
Emylcamate
Enalapril; its salts
Enflurane
Enphenamic acid; its salts
Eperisone
Epimestrol
Epioestriol
Epirubicin
Epithiazide
Ergometrine; its salts
Ergotamine; its salts
Ergotoxine; its salts
Erythrityl tetranitrate
Estazolam
Estramustine phosphate
Etafedrine; its salts
Ethacrynic acid; its salts
Ethambutol; its salts
Ethamivan
Ethamsylate
Ethclorvynol
Ethebenecid
Ether, for anaesthetic use
Ethiazide
Ethinamate
Ethionamide
Ethoglucid
Ethoheprazine; its salts


Ethoheptazine; its salts
Ethopropazine; its salts
Ethosuximide
Ethotoin
Ethylacetanilide
N-Ethylamphetamine; its salts
Ethyl biscoumacetate
Ethylidene diacetate
Ethylmethylthiambutene
Ethylmorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Ethylnoradrenaline; its salts
Ethylstibamine
Eticyclidine or PCE; its salts
Etodolac
Etofibrate
Etomidate; its salts
Etonitazene; its salts
Etophylline; its salts
Etoposide
Etorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Etoxeridine; its salts
Etretinate
Etrodinate disodium
Etryptamine
Famotidine
Famprofazone
Fazadinium bromide
Felodipine
Fenbufen
Fencamfamin; its salts
Fenclofenac
Fenetylline
Fenfluramine; its salts
Fenofibrate
Fenoprofen; its salts
Fenoterol


Fenpipramide; its salts
Fenpiprane hydrochloride
Fenproporex
Fentanyl; its salts
Fentiazac
Fenprazone
Flavoxate; its salts
Flecainide; its salts
Floctaphenine
Fluanisone; its salts
Flubendazole
Flucytosine
Flufenamic acid; its salts; its esters; their salts
Flumazenil
Flunarizine; its salts
Flunitrazepam; its salts
Fluopromazine; its salts
Fluoroacetamide
Fluroacetanilide
Fluorouracil; its salts
Fluoxetine
Flupenthixol, its salts
Fluprostenol; its salts
Flurazepam; its salts
Flurbiprofen
Fluspirilene
Flutamide
Fractionated blood products (plasma proteins obtained through a chemical manufacturing process for
use on patients)


Frusemide
Furaltadone
Furazolidone
Furethidine
Fusafungine
Gallamine; its salts; its quaternary compounds
Gemfibrozil

Glaphenine
Glibenclamide; its salts
Glibornuride; its salts
Gliclazide
Glipizide


Gliquidone; its salts
Glucagon
Glutethimide; its salts
Glyceryl trinitrate
Glycopyrrolate
Glymidine
Guanethamide; its salts
Guanethidine; its salts


Guanfacine; its salts
Guanidines, the following --
Polymethylene diaguanidines di-p-anisyl-p-phenetylguanidine
Guanoclor; its salts
Guanoxan; its salts
Haloperidol and other 4-substituted derivatives of N-(3-p-fluorobenzoylpropyl) piperidine
Halothane
Heparin


Hexacarbacholine bromide
Hexachlorophane
Hexafluoronium bromide
Hexahydro-adiphenine; its salts
Hexakis zinc
Hexamethonium; it salts
Hexapropymate
Hexobendine; its salts


3-Hexyl-hydroxy-7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6,6,9-trimethyl 6H-dibenzo(b,d) pyran (parahexyl)
Hydrallazine; its salts
Hydrazines, benzyl, phenethyl and Phenoxyethyl, their a-methyl derivatives; acyl derivatives of any of
the foregoing substances comprised in this item; salts of any compounds comprised in this item
Hydrocodone; its salts
Hydrocyanic acid; cyanide, other than ferrocycanides and ferricyanides
Hydromorphinol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Hydromorphone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts


Hydroxycinchoninic acids; derivatives of; their salts; their esters
Hydroxy-N, N-dimenthyltryptamines; their esters or ethers, any salts of any substances falling within
this item
8-[N-(2-hydroxymethyl-amino)]-1,3,7 trimethylxanthine
Hydroxypethidine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts


Hydroxyphenamate
Hydroxyquinoline; its salts; its derivatives; their salts
Hydroquinone
Hydroxyurea
Hydroxyzine; its salts
Ibuprofen
Idoxuridine
Idrocilamide


Ifenprodil
Ifosfamide
Imipramine
Indanozoline; its salts
Indapamide
Indomethacin; its salts
Indoprofen
Indoramin hydrochloride


Inositol nicotinate
Insulin
Interferon
Iodamide
Iopamidol
Ipratropium; its salts
Iprindole; its salts
Iproniazid; its salts


Isoaminile; its salts
Isocarboxazide; its salts
Isoconazole; its salts
Isoetharine; its salts
Isoflurane
Iso-lysergamide
Isomethadone (isoamidone); its salts

Isometheptene
Isoniazid; its salts; its derivatives; their salts
Isoprenaline; its salts
Isopropamide; its salts
Isopyrin


Isotretinoin
Isoxicam
Ketamine; its salts
Ketobemidone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Ketoconazole
Ketoprofen
Ketotifen
Khellin


Labetalol hydrochloride
Laetrile
Lanatoside C
Laudexium; its salts
Lead acetate; compounds of lead acids from fixed oils
Lefetamine or SPA or 1, 1-dimethylamino-1, 2-diphenyl ethane
Leptazol
Leucovorin; its salts


Levodopa; its salts
Levallorphan; its salts
Levamphetamine; its salts
Levomethamphetamine
Levomethorphan; its salts
Levomoramide; its salts
Levophenacylmorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Levorphanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts


Lidoflazine
Lignocaine; its salts
Liothyronine sodium
Lisinopril
Lithium carbonate; sulphate
Lofepramine
Lomustine; its salts

Lonazolac; its salts
Loperamide; its salts
Lorphan; its optical isomers; their salts
Lovastatin
Lypressin


Lysergamide
Lysergic acid diethylamide
Lysergide and other N-alkyl derivatives of lysergamide; their salts; their quaternary compounds
Lysuride; its salts
Mafenide; its salts
Mannitylhexanitrate; dimesylate
Mannoumustine; its salts
Maprotiline


Mazindol
Mebanazine; its salts
Mebendazole
Mebeverine hydrochloride
Mebezonium iodide
Mebutamate
Mecamylamine; its salts
Meclofenamate


Meclofenoxate; its salts
Mecloqualone
Mecloxamine
Mefenamic acid; its salts; its esters; their salts
Mefloquine; its salts
Mefruside
Mefenorex
Megestrol; its salts


Melatonin
Melinamide
Melitracen
Melphalan
Mephentermine; its salts
Mepenzolate bromide
Mepivacaine hydrochloride

Mephenesin; its esters
Meprobamate
Mepyramine; its salts
Mequitazine
Mercaptopurine; its salts derivatives of mercaptopurine; their salts


Mercury; oxides of; nitrates of mercury; mercuric ammonium chlorides; potassiomercuric iodides;
organic compounds of mercury; which contain a methyl (CH3) group directly linked with the mercury
atom, mercuric oxycyanides; mercury thiocyanate
Mersalyl
Mescaline or 3, 4, 5-trimethoxyphenethylamine; its salts
Mesocarb
Mesoridazine
Mestanolone
Mestranol


Metabutethamine
Metahexamide
Metamphetamine; its salts
Metaraminol tartrate
Metaxalone
Metazocine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Metformin; its salts
Methacholine; its salts


Methadone (amidone); its salts
Methadyl acetate; its salts
Methanthelinium bromide
Methapyrilan; its salts
Methaqualone; its salts
Methcathinone
Methdilazine hydrochloride
Methimazole; its salts


Methindizate hydrochloride
Methisazone
Methisoprinol
Methixene; its salts
Methocarbamol
Methoserpedine
Methohexitone

Methotrexate; its salts
Methoxamine hydrochloride
Methoxsalen
10-Methoxydeserpidine
5-Methoxy-3, 4-methylene-dioxyamphetamine


Methoxyphenamine; its salts
Methsuximide
Methylaminoheptane; its salts
Methylamphetamine; its salts
Methyl benzoquate
Methyldesorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Methyldihydromorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Methyldopa


Methyldopate; its salts
Methylenedioxy amphetamine (MDA)
3, 4-Methylenedioxy metamphetamine (MDMA)
N-Methylephedrine camsylate
2-Methyl-3-morpholino-1, 1-diphenyl-propane carboxylic acid; its salts; its esters; their salts
Methylpentynol; its esters and other derivatives
a-Methylphenethylamine, ß-methylphenethylamine and a-ethylphenethyla-mine; any synthetic
compound structurally derived from any of those substances by substitution in the aliphatic part or by
ring closure therein (or by both such substitution and such closure) or by substitution in the aromatic

ring (with or without substitution at the nitrogen atom), except ephedrine, its optical isomers and N-
substituted derivatives, fenfluramine, hydroxyamphetamine, methoxyphenamine,
phenylpropanolamine,
pholedrine and prenylamine; any salt of any substance falling within this item
1-Methyl-4-phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid; esters of; their salts
1-Methyl-4-Phenyl-4-piperidinol propionate (MPPP)
Methylphenidate; its salts
Methyprylone
Methysergide
Metipranolol
Metiprolol; its salts
Metoclopramide; its salts
Metolazone
Metomidate hydrochloride
Metopon; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Metoprolol tartrate
Metronidazole


Metyrapone
Mexiletine hydrochloride
Mianserine hydrochloride
Miconazole nitrate
Minaprine
Minoxidil
Misoprostol
Mitobronitol
Mitopodozide; its salts
Mitoxantrone
Mofebutazone
Molindone; its salts
Molsidomin
Monofluoroacetic acid; its salts
Moramide intermediates
Morazone
Morinamide; its salts
Moroxydine; its salts
Morpheridine; its salts
Morphine; its esters and ethers; their quaternary compounds; their salts
Morphine methobromide, morphine N-oxide and other pentavalent nitrogen morphine derivatives
Muromonab-CD3
Mustine and any other N-substituted derivatives of di(2-chloroethyl) amine; their salts
Myrophine; its salts
Nadolol
Naftidrofuryl; its salts
Nalbuphine; its salts
Nalidixic acid; its salts; its esters and salts of such esters
Nalorphine; its salts
Naloxone; its salts
Nandrolone; its salts
Naphazoline; its salts
Naproxen
Narcotic substances, the following; their isomers (whenever the existence of such isomers is possible
within the specific chemical designation); their salts; their esters and ethers (whenever the existence
of such esters and ethers is possible); salts of their esters and ethers --
Alfentanil


Coca, alkaloids of, unless listed elsewhere (this is in addition to cocaine)
Dextropropoxyphene
Dihydromorphine
Ecgonine
Methadone intermediate
Moramide intermediate
Pethidine intermediate A
Pethidine intermediate B
Pethidine intermediate C
Sufentanil
Nefopam; its salts
Neostigmine; its salts
Nialamide; its salts
Nicardipine; its salts
Nicergoline; its salts
Nicocodine; its salts
Nicodicodine; its salts
Nicomorphine; its salts
Nicotine; its salts; its quaternary compounds; their salts
Nicoumalone
Nifedipine
Nifenazone
Nifuroxazide
Nikethamide
Niridazole
Nitrofurantoin
Nitrofurazone
Nitromin
m-Nitrophenol; o-nitrophenol; p-nitrophenol
Nitroprusside; its salts
Nomifensine; its salts
Noracymethadol; its salts
Noradrenaline
Norcodeine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Norlevorphanol; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Normethadone; its salts


Normorphine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Norpipanone
Norpseudoephedrine
Nortriptyline; its salts
Omeprazole
Ondansetron
Opipramol; its salts
Opium
Orciprenaline; its salts
Orphenadrine; its salts
Orthocaine; its salts
Orthopterin
Ouabain
Oxamniquine
Oxatomide
Oxedrine tartrate
Oxetacaine
Oxethazine; its salts
Oxolinic acid
Oxpentifylline
Oxophenarsine; its salts
Oxprenolol; its salts
Oxybuprocaine hydrochloride
Oxybutynin; its salts
Oxycinchoninic acid; its derivaties; their salts; their esters
Oxycodone; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Oxymetazoline; its salts
Oxymetholone
Oxymorphone
Oxypertine; its salts
Oxyphenbutazone
Oxyphencyclimine; its salts
Oxyphenonium bromide
Oxytocins; natural and synthetic
Pamidronate; its salts
Pancuronium; its salts


Papaveretum
Papaverine; its salts
Parahexyl
Paraldehyde
Paramethadione
Parametoxyamphetamine (PMA)
Parathyroid gland
Pargyline; its salts
Pecazine; its salts
Pemoline; its salts
Pempidine; its salt
Penicillamine; its salts
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate
Pentazocine; its salts
Penthienate; its salts
Pentolinium; its salts
Pentoxifylline
Perhexiline; its salts
Perindopril
Pethidine; its salts
Phenacaine; its salts
Phenacemide
Phenacetin
Phenadoxone; its salts
Phenaglycodol
Phenampromide
Phenazocine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Phenazone
Phenazopyridine; its salts
1-Phenethyl-4-phenyl-4-piperidinolacetate (PEPAP)
Phenglutarimide; its salts
Phenprobamate
Phenbutrazate
Phencyclidine; its salts
Phendimetrazine
Phenelzine; its salts


Phenethylamine and derivatives
Phenetidylphenacetine
Pheneturide
Phenformin; its salts
Phenindione
Phenmetrazine; its salts
Phenodianisyl
Phenol and its homologues and preparations containing 60% or more w/w phenol or its equivalent
Phenomorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Phenoperidine; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Phenothiazine, derivatives of; their salts; except dimethoxanate; its salts, and promethazine, its salts
and its molecular compounds
Phenoxybenzamine hydrochloride


Phenoxypropazine; its salts
Phenprocoumon
Phensuximide
Phentermine; its salts
Phentolamine; its salts
Phenylamine lactate
PART I -- (continued)
Phenylbutazone; its salts
2-Phenylcinchoninic acid; 2-salicylcinchoninic; their esters; their salts
Phenylephrine
N-Phenylethyl anthranilic acid
5-Phenylhydantoin; its alkyl and aryl derivatives; their salts
4-Phenylpiperidine-4-carboxylic acid ethyl esters; its salts
Phenylpropanolamine; its salts
Phenyltoloxamine; its salts
Phenytoin and other substances derived from hydantoin; their salts
Pholcodine; its salts, its esters and ethers; their salts
Phosphorus yellow
Physostigmine; its salts
Picric acid
Picrotoxin
Pilocarpine; its salts and quaternary compounds
Piminodine; its salts
Pimozide; its salts


Pindolol
Pipazethate; its salts
Pipenzolate bromide
Piperidolate hydrochloride
Pipradrol; its salts; its esters and ethers
Pipratecol
Piracetam
Pirenzepin; its salts
Piribedil
Piroxicam
Pirprofen
Piritramide; its salts
Pitofenone; its salts
Pituitary gland, the active principles of
Pizotifen; its salts
Podophyllum and podophyllum resin
Poldine methylsulphate
Polidexide; its salts
Polymethylenebistrimethylammonium salts
Poppy-straw and concentrate of poppy-straw
Potassium canrenoate
Practolol
Pralidoxime; its salts
Pravastatin
Prazosin; its salts
Prenalterol hydrochloride
Prenoxidiazine; its salts
Prenylamine; its salts
Prilocaine hydrochloride
Primidone
Prindolol
Probenecid
Probucol
Procainamide; its salts
Procaine; its salts
Procarbazine; its salts


Procaterol; its salts
Prochlorperazine; its salts
Procyclidine; its salts
Profafenone; its salts
Proglumetacin; its salts
Proglumide
Proheptazine; its salts
Prolintane hydrochloride
Promazine; its salts
Promoxolan
Pronethalol; its salts
Propanidid
Propantheline bromide
Properidine; its salts
Propiram
Propofol
Propoxyphene; its salts
Propranolol; its salts
Prophylhexedrine; its salts
Proquazone
Prostaglandins
Protamine; its salts
Prothionamide; its salts
Pronthipendyl; its salts
Protriptyline; its salts
Protirelin
Proxymetacaine hydrochloride
Pseudoephedrine
Psilocine
Psilocybine
Pyrazinamide; its salts
Pyridostigmine bromide
Pyrimethamine
Pyrithyldione
L-Pyroglutamyl-L-histidyl-L-proline amide
Pyrovalerone


Pyrrobutamine; its salts
Quinapril
Quinestrol
Quinethazone
Quinidine; its salts
Quinine; its salts
Racemethorphan; its salts
Racemoramide; its salts
Racemorphan; its salts; its esters and ethers; their salts
Radium and other radioactive substances for therapeutic use
Rafoxanide
Ramipril
Raubasine
Razoxane
Reproterol; its salts
Rescinnamine
Reserpine
Ribavirin
Rimiterol; its salts
Ritodrine; its salts
Rolicyclidine or PHP or PCPY
Salbutamol; its salts
Salmefamol
Santonin
Savin, oil of
Selegiline; its salts
Selenium sulphide
Semustine; its salts
Sex hormones - androgenic, oestrogenic and progestational - natural or synthetic, the following--
Benzoestrol; Derivatives of stilbene or napthalene with oestrogenic activity; their esters; Steroid
compounds with androgenic, oestrogenic or progestational activity; their esters
Sildenafil
Simfibrate
Simvastatin
Sodium apolate
Sodium aurothiomalate
Sodium camsylate


Sodium cromoglycate
Sodium metrizoate
Sodium monofluorophosphate
Sodium nitroprusside
Sodium valproate
Solpasone
Sorbide dinitrate
Sotalol; its salts
Sparteine; its salts
Spironolactone
Streptokinase
Strophanthus; glycosides of strophanthus
Styramate
Sulindac
Sulphinpyrazone
Sulphonal; alkyl sulphonals
Sulpiride
Sulprostone
Sulthiame
Sultopride
Suprarenal gland medulla, the active principles of; their salts
Sutoprofen
Suxamethonium; its salts
Suxethonium; its salts
Syrosingopine
Tacrin hydrochloride
Tamoxifen; its salts
Teniposide
Tenocyclidine or TCP; its salts
Tenoxicam
Teprenone
Terbutaline; its salts
Terfenadine
Terlipressin
Teropterin
Tertalolol


Tetrabenazine; its salts
Tetrahydrozoline; its salts
Thalidomide; its salts
Thallium; its salts
Thebacon; its salts
Theophylline; its salts
Thiacetazone
Thiambutene
Thiambutosine
Thiocarlide; its salts
Thiocolchicoside
Thioguanine
Thiomersal
Thiopentone
Thiotepa; its salts
Thiothixene
Thiouracil, its alkyl derivatives
Thymoxamine hydrochloride
Thyroid gland, the active principles of; their salts
Tiaprofenic acid
Ticlopidine
Tiemonium; its salts
Tilidine
Timepidium
Timolol; its salts
Tinidazole
Tinoridine; its salts
Tioconazole
Tocainide hydrochloride
Todrazoline; its salts
Tofenacin; its salts
Tolazamide; its salts
Tolazoline; its salts
Tolbutamide; its salts
Tolcyclamide
Tolfenamic acid


Tolmetin; its salts
Toloxatone
Tolperisone; its salts
Totaquine
Tramadol; its salts
Tranexamic acid
Tranylcypromine; its salts
Traosulphan
Trapidil
Tretamine; its salts
Tretinoin
Triamterene
Triaziquone
Tribenoside
Tribromethyl alcohol
2,2,2-Trichloroethyl alcohol, esters of; their salts
Triclofos sodium
Tricyclamol; its salts
Triethylene thiophosphoramide
Trimebutine; its salts
Trimeperidine; its salts
Trimeprazine; its salts
Trimetazidine; its salts
Trimethaphan; its salts
Trimethoprim
3,4,5-Trimethoxyamphetamine
Trimipramine; its salts
Trofosfamide
Tromantadine
Tropicamide
Trophos
Troxidone
Tryptamine and derivatives
Tubocurarine chloride
Tybamate
Ubidecarenone


Urapidil
Urethane
Urokinase
Vaccines, sera, toxoids, anti-toxins, antigens and immunoglobulins
Valepotriates
Valproic acid; its salts
Vasopressin, natural and synthetic
Vecuronium; its salts
Verapamil; its salts
Veratrine
Vidarabine
Viloxazine; its salts
Vinblastine; its salts
Vincristine; its salts
Vindesin
Vinpocetine
Vinylbital
Warfarin; its salts
Xanthinol nicotinate
Xylazine; its salts
Xylometazoline; its salts
Yohimbine; its salts and quaternary compounds
Zacyclonol; its salts
Zidovudine
Zinc p-phenolsulphonate
Zipeprol
Zomepirac
Zopiclone
Zoxazolamine; its salts
Zuclopenthixol
PART II
Abamectin
Acephate
Acetic acid
Acetic anhydride

Acetochlor
Acetone
N-Acetylanthranilic acid
Acetyl bromide
Acetyl chloride


Aciflourfen-sodium
Aclonifen
Acrolein
Alachlor
Aldicarb
Aldlicarb
Aldoxycarb
Alkyl ammonium chlorides


Alkyl thiosulphonate (HPMTS)
Allethrin
Alloxydim-sodium
Alphacypermethrin
Aluminium phosphate
Aluminium phosphide
Ametryn
Aminocarb


Amitraz
Amitrole
Ammonia
Ammonium chlorate
Ammonium methane arsonate
Ammonium perchlorate
Ammonium sulphamate
Ammonium thiocyanate


Ancynidol
Anilazine
Aniline; its derivatives
Anilofos
Anionic surface active agents
Anthranilic acid
Anthraquinone

Antu
Aromatic white spirit
Arsenical substances, the following --
Arsenic pentoxide
Arsenic sulphides


Arsenic trichlorides
Arsenious oxide
Arsine
Calcium arsenate
Calcium arsenite
Copper acetoarsenite
Copper arsenate
Copper arsenite


Lead arsenate
Oxides of arsenic
Potassium arsenite
Sodium arsenate
Sodium arsenite
Sodium thiorarsenate
and others
Asphalt


Asulam
Atrazine
Azamethiphos
Azinphos-ethyl
Azinphos-methyl
Aziprotryne
Azocyclotin
Bacillus thuringiensis


BAP
Barban
Barium, salts of the following --
Barium carbonate
Barium silicofluoride
Benalaxyl
Benazolin

Bendiocarb
Benfluralin
Benfuracarb
Benodanil
Benomyl


Benphenyl
Bensulfuron methyl
Bensulide
Bensultap
Bentazone
Benzene
Benzene hexachloride
Benzidine


Benzoximate
Benzoylprop ethyl
Benzthiazuron
Bialaphos
Bidrin
Bifenox
Bifenthrin
Binapacryl


Biollethrin
Bioresmethrin
Biphenyl
Bis(tributyltin) Oxide
Bisthiosemi
Bitertanol
Blasticidin-S
Borax


Boric acid
Boron trichlorides
Boron triflouride
Brodifacoum
Bromacil
Bromadiolone
Bromethalin

Bromine, bromine solutions
Bromobutide
Bromofenoxim
Bromophos
Bromophos-ethyl


Bromopropylate
Bromoxynil
Bronopol
Bufencarb
Buminafos
Bupirimate
Buprofezin
Butacarb


Butachlor
Butamifos
Buthiobate
Butocarboxim
Butoxycarboxim
Butralin
Buturon
Butylate


Butylphenyl methylcarbamate (BPMC)
CNP
Cacodylic acid
Calcium cyanide
Calcium Polysulphide
Captafol
Captan
Carbamates, excepting --


Benomyl
Carbendazim
Chlorpropham
Propham
Thiophanate-methyl
Carbaryl
Carbendazim

Carbetamide
Carbofuran
Carbon disulphide
Carbon tetraflouride
Carbophenothion


Carbosulphan
Carboxin
Cartap hydrochloride
Chinomethionate
Chlorinated hydrocarbon, the following --
Aldrin
Benzoximate
Benzene hexachloride (BHC)


Bromocyclen
Campheclor
Chlorbenside
Chlorbicyclen
Chlordane
Chlordecone
Chlordimeform
Chlorfenethol


Chlorfenson
Chlorfensulphide
Chlorbenzilate
Chloromembuform
Chloropropylate
Dicofol
Dicophane (DDT)
pp´ - DDT


Dieldrin
Dienochlor
Diflubenzuron
Endosulphan
Endrin
Fenazaflor
Fenson

Fluorbenzide
Folpet
Gamma benzene hexachloride (Gamma-BHC)
HEOD
HHDN


Heptachlor
Isobenzan
Isodrin
Kelevan
Methoxychlor (methoxy-DDT) [1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-di-(-p-
methoxyphenyl)ethane]
Quintozene
Tetrachlordiphenylethane (TDE)


Tetradifon
Tetrasul
Toxaphene
Allied chlorinated hydrocarbon compounds used as pesticides (insecticides, acaricides etc.)
Chlorinated phenols; their salts
Chlorine
Chlorobenzene, the following --
Monochlorobenzene


Meta-dichlorobenzene
Ortho-dichlorobenzene
Trichlorobenzene
Tetrachlorobenzene
Pentachlorobenzene
3-Chlorophenoxy acetic acid (3-CPA)
4-Chlorophenoxy acetic acid (4-CPA)
Chloropicrin


Chlorosulphonic acid
Chlorothalonil
Chlormequat
Chlorpyrifos
Cholecalciferol
Copper hydroxide
Copper oxychloride

Copper sulphate
Coumachlor
Coumaphos
Coumatetralyl
Cournafuryl


Crimidine
Crotoxyphos
Crufomate
Cryolite
Cufraneb
Cupric hydroxide
Cupric sulphate pentahydrate
Cuprous oxide


Cyanamide
Cyanazine
Cyanide; their salts
Cyanophenphos
Cyanophos
Cycloate
Cyclohexamide
Cycloprothrin


Cycloxydim
Cycluron
Cyfluthrin
Cyhalothrin
Cyhexatin
Cymoxanil
Cypermethrin
Cyphenothrin


Cyprofuram
Cyromazine
Cythioate
Daconil
D-D (Mixture of Dichloropropane and Dichloropropene)
2,4-DB
DCIP

Dalapon; its salts
Daminozide
Dazomet
Decarbafuran
Deltamethrin


Demeton -O and -S
Demeton-S-methyl
Demeton-S-methyl sulphone
Desmedipham
Desmetryn
Di-allate
Dialifos
Diamines, the following; their salts --


Phenylene diamines
Tolylene diamines
Other alkylated benzene diamines
Diazinon
Diborane
Dibromochloropropane
Dicamba
Dichlobenil


Dichlofenthion
Dichlofluanid
Dichlone
Dichlormid
Dichlorobutrazol
Dichloroethyl ether
Dichlorophen
2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4 - D)


2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4 - D amine)
2,4-Dichlorophenoxy butyric acid (2,4 - DB)
Di (chlorophenyl) trichloroethane (DDT)
3,6-Dichloropicolinic acid
1,2-Dichloropropane
1,3-Dichloropropane
Dichlorosilane

Dichlorprop
Dichlorvos
Diclobutrazol
Diclofop-methyl
Dicloran


Dicofol
Dicrotophos
Dicyclopentadience
Dietatyl-ethyl
Di (ethoxythiocarbonyl) disulphide (EXD)
Diethylene triamine (DETA)
Diethyl sulphate
N-N Diethyl m-toluamide (DEET)


Difenacoum
Difenoxuron
Difenzoquat methy sulphate
Diflufenican
Dikegulac sodium
Dimefuron
Dimenthalon
Dimethaclor


Dimethametryn
Dimethazone
Dimethipin
Dimethirimol
Dimethoate
Dimethrin
Dimethyl phthalate
Dimethylarsinic acid


Dimethylvinphos
Dimetilan
Dimexano
Diniconazole
Dinitramine
Dinitrophenol
Dinitrocresols (DNOG); their compounds with a metal or base

Dinobuton
Dinocap
Dinosam; its compounds with a metal or a base
Dinoseb; its compounds with a metal or a base
Dinoterb


Dioxabenzopos
Dioxacarb
Dioxathion
Diphacinone
Diphenamid
Diphenyl
Dipropetryn
Diquat; its salts


S,S-Di-Sec-butyl-O-ethyl phosphorodithionate
Disodium methane arsonate (DSMA)
Disul
Disulfoton
Ditalimphos
Dithianon
Dithiocarbamates
Diuron


Dodemorph acetate
Dodine
Drazoxolon; its salts
Dymron
Edinfenphos
Egnilazine-ethyl
Endothal; its salts
Entridiazole


Epichlorohydrin
Erbon
Esbiol
Esfenvalerate
Etacelasil
Etaconazole
Ethalfuralin

Ethephon
Ethidimuron
Ethiofencarb
Ethion
Ethirimol


Ethoate-methyl
Ethofumesate
Ethoprophos
Ethoxiquin
Ethfenprox
Ethyl 4-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothionate (EPN)
Ethyl dipropylthiolcarbamate (EPTC)
Ethylene bisdithiocarbamates


Ethylene dibromide
Ethylene imine
Ethylene oxide
Ethyl ether
Ethyl mercaptan
Fenamiphos
Fenarimol
Fenazine-5-oxide


Fenazox
Fenbutatin oxide
Fenchlorphos
Fenclorim
Fenfuram
Fenitrothion
Fenobucarb
Fenoprop


Fenothiocarb
Fenotrothion
Fenoxycarb
Fenpropathrin
Fenpropidin
Fenpropimorph
Fensulphothion

Fenthion
Fentin acetate
Fentin chloride
Fentin hydroxide
Fenuron


Fenvalerate
Ferbam
Ferric chloride
Flamprop-m-isopropyl
Flamprop-methyl
Flocoumafen
Fluaroxypyr
Fluazifop


Fluazifop-p-butyl
Flubenzimine
Flucythrinate
Fluenetil
Flufenoxuron
Flumetralin
Fluometuron
Fluoracetamide


Fluorodifen
Fluoroglycofen-ethyl
Fluoromide
Fluotrimazole
Flurenol-butyl
Fluridone
Flurochloridone
Fluroxypyr


Fluprimidol
Flusilazol
Flutolanil
Flutriafol
Fluvalinate
Fomesafen
Fonofos

Formaldehyde
Formetanate; its salts
Formic acid
Formothion
Fosamine-ammonium


Forsetyl-aluminium
Fthalide
Fuberidazole
Furalaxyl
Furathiocarb
Furmecylox
Germane gibberellic acid
Glufosinate-ammonium


Glyphosate
Glyphosine
Guazatine acetate
HPMTS
Halacrinate
Haloxyfop-ethoxyethyl
Haloxyfop-methyl
Heptachlor


Heptenophos
Heptopargil
Hexachloroacetone
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexaconazole
Hexaflurate
Hexane
Hexazinone


Hexythiazox
Hydramethylnon
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrofluoric acid; alkali metal bifluorides; ammonium bifluoride; potassium fluoride; potassium
silicofluoride; silicofluoric acid; sodium silicofluoride
Hydrogen chloride, all forms
Hydrogen cyanide
Hydrogen peroxide


Hydrogen selenide
Hydroprene
8-Hydroxyquinoline sulphate
Hymexazol
IAA
IBA
IPSP
Imazalil
Imazamethabenz-methyl
Imazapyr
Imazaquin
Imazethapir
Inabenfide
Indol-3-yl acetic acid
4-Indol-3-yl butyric acid
Iodofenphos
Ioxynil
Iprobenfos
Iprodione
Isazophos
Isocarbamid
Isocyanates
Isofenphos
Isonoruron
Isoprocarb
Isopropalin
Isopropanol
Isopiperonyl butoxide (IBP)
Isoprothiolane
Isoproturon
Isosafrole
Isothioate
Isouron
Isoxaben
Isoxathion
Jodfenphos


Kadethrin
Karbutilate
Kasugamycin
L-cyhalothrin
Lead tetra-ethyl and similar lead containing compounds
Lenacil
Leptophos
Lindane
Linuron
MEMC
Magnesium phosphide
Malathion
Maleic hydrazide
Malonoben
Mancozeb
Maneb
Mebenil
Mecarban
Mecoprop
Mefenacet
Mefluidide
Menazon
Mephosfolan
Mepiquat chloride
Mepronil
Mercaptoidimethur
Mercuric chloride; mercuric iodide; organic compounds of mercury except compounds which contain a
methyl (CH3) group directly linked to the mercury atom
Mercurous chloride


Metalaxyl
Metaldehyde
Metallic oxalates
Metam-sodium
Metamitron
Metanil yellow (sodium salt of metanilylazodiphenylamine)
Methabenzthiazuron

Methacrifos
Methamidophos
Methasulphocarb
Methazole
Methidathion


Methiocarb
Metolachlor
Methomyl
Methoprene
Methoprotryne
Methoxyethylmercury acetate
2-Methoxyethylmercury chloride
Methoxyphenone


Methyl bromide
Methyl chloride
Methylethyl ketone
Methyl eugenol
Methyl mercaptan
Methyl isothiocyanate
Methyl metiram
Methylchlorophenoxy acetic acid (MCPA)


Methylchlorophenoxy butyric acid (MCPB)
Methyldymron
3,4-Methylenedioxyphenyl-2-propanone
Metiram
Metobromuron
Metolachlor
Metolcarb
Metoxuron


Metribuzin
Metsulfuron-methyl
Mevinphos
Mexacarbate
Mirex
Molinate
Monalide

Monocrotophos
Monolinuron
Monosodium methane arsonate (MSMA)
Monuron
Multihydric alcohol


Myclobutanil
NAA
Nabam
Naled
Naphthalene acetamide
(2-Naphthyloxy) acetic acid
1-Naphthyl acetic acid
Naproanilide


Napropamide
Naptalam
Natrazine
Neburon
Neoasozin
Nickel dimethyldithiocarbamate
Niclofolan
Niclosamide


Nicotine; its salts
Nitralin
Nitric acid
Nitric oxide
Nitrobenzene
Nitrobenzol
Nitrofen
Nitrogen triflouride


Nitrothal-isopropyl
Nitrous oxide
Norbormide
Norflurazon
Nuarimol
Octhilinone
Oleum

Omethoate
Orange II [Sodium salt of p-(2-hydroxy-1-naphthylene) benzene sulphonic acid]
Orbencarb
Orfurace
Organic peroxides


Organic tin compounds, the following --
compounds of fentin
Oryzalin
Oxabetrinil
Oxadiazon
Oxadixyl
Oxalic acid; metallic oxalates
Oxamyl


Oxine-copper
Oxycarboxin
Oxydemeton-methyl
Oxyfluorfen
Paclobutrazol
Parathion
Parathion-methyl
Paraquat; salts of


Paris green
Pebulate
Penconazole
Pencycuron
Pendimethalin
Pentachlorophenol
Pentanochlor
Perchloro methyl mercaptan


Perfluidone
Permethrin
Phenazin oxide
Phenisipham
Phenmedipham
Phenobenzoron
Phenols as defined in Part I of this list in substances containing less than 60% w/w of phenols,
compounds of phenol with a metal in substances containing less than 60% w/w of phenols


Phenothrin
Phenotiol
Phenthoate
Phenylacetic acid
Phenylene 1,4, disothiocyanate
Phenylenediamines, toluenediamines; other alkylated benzenediamines
Phenylmercury acetate
2-Phenylphenol
1-Phenyl-2-propanone
Phorate
Phosalone
Phosdiphen
Phosfolan
Phosgene
Phosmet
Phosphamidon
Phosphides
Phosphine
Phosphoric acid
Phosphorous acid
Phosphorus compounds, the following --
Any substance derived from the molecule H3PO4 by substitution of any of the hydrogen or oxygen
atoms and used as pesticides (insecticides, acaricides etc.) excepting --
Bromophos
Bromophos-ethyl
2-Chloro-1-(2,4,5-trichlorophenyl) vinyldimethyl phosphate
Diazinon
Dimethoate
Dipterex


Fenchlorphos
Fenitrothion
Fenthion
Malathion
O,O,O´O´-Tetramethyl-O,O´-thiodi-p-phenylene phosphorothionate
Pirimiphos-methyl
Phosphorus oxychloride

Phosphorus pentachloride
Phosphorus pentafluoride
Phosphorustrichloride
Phosporothiolothionate
Phoxim


Phthalide
Picloram
Pimaricin
Pindone
Piperalin
Piperidine
Piperonal
Piperonyl butoxide


Piperophos
Piproctanyl bromide
Pirimicarb
Pirimiphos-ethyl
Pirimiphos-methyl
Plifenate
Polybutene
Polychlorinated biphenyls


Polyol fatty acid ester
Polyoxins
Potassium chlorate
Potassium cyanate
Potassium dichromate
Potassium hydroxide
Potassium perchlorate
Potassium permanganate


Prepamocarb hydrochloride
Pretilachlor
Primiphos
Probenazole
Prochloraz
Procyazine
Procymidone

Prodiamine
Profenofos
Profuralin
Proglinazine-ethyl
Promecarb


Prometon
Prometryn
Propachlor; it salts
Propamocarb
Propanil
Propaphos
Propargite
Propazine


Propetamphos
Propham
Propiconazole
Propineb
Propoxur
Propylene imines
Propylene oxide
Propyl 3-tert-butylphenoxyacetate


Propyzamide
Prothiocarb
Prothiophos
Prothoate
Pyracarbolid
Pyranocoumarin
Pyrazophos
Pyrazoxifen


Pyridaphenthion
Pyridate
Pyridinitril
Pyrifenox
Pyroquilon
Quinalphos
PART II -- (continued)
Quinomethionate


Quinonamid
Quizalofop-ethyl
Radioactive substances for non-therapeutic use
Resmethrin
Rotenone
Ryana
S421-Ether synergist
Sabadilla
Safrole
Salithion
Scilliroside
Secbumeton
Sethoxydim
Siduron
Silane
Simazine
Simetryn
Sodium 4-(dimethylamino) benzene-diazosulphonate
Sodium chlorate
Sodium cyanide
Sodium hydroxide
Sodium monochloroacetate
Sodium nitrite
Sodium pentoborate
Sodium perchlorate
Styrene monomer
Sulfallate
Sulfometuron-methyl
Sulfoteb
Sulprofos
Sulphuric acid
Sulphur tetrafluoride
TCMTB
Tebucounazole
Tebutam
Tebuthiuron


Tecnazene
Tefluthrin
Teflubenzuron
Telflubenzuron
Temephos
Terbacil
Terbufos
Terbumeton
Terbuthylazine
Terbutryn
Terachlorvinphos
Tetra ethyl pyrophosphate (TEPP)
Tetramethrin
O,O,O´,O´ - Tetrapropyl dithiopyrophosphate
Thallium sulphate
Thiabendazole
Thiameturon-methyl
Thiazafluron
Thidiazuron
Thiobencarb
Thiocarbazil
Thiocyclam hydrogen oxalate
Thiodicarb
Thioethylmethylchlorophenoxy acetic acid (MCPA - Thioethyl)
Thiofanox
Thiometon
Thiophanate
Thiophanatep-methyl
Thioquinox
Thiram
Tiocarbazil
Tolclofos-methyl
Toluene
Tolufluandid
Tralomethrin
Tri-allate


Triadimefon
Triadimentol
Triazophos
S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorodithionate
Trichlamide
Trichlorfon
Trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
2,3,6-Trichlorobenzoic acid (2,3,6-TBA)
Trichlorodimethyl
Trichloronat
2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy butyric acid (2,4,5-T)
Triclopyr
Tricyclazole
Tridemorph
Tridiphane
Trietazine
Trifenmorph
Triflumezole
Triflumuron
Triflualin
Triforine
Triglumuron
Trimethacarb
Uniconazole
Validamycin A
Vamidothion
Vernolate
Vinclozolin
Vinyl chloride monomer
WSMA
Warfarin
XMC
Xylycarb
Zinc naphthenate
Zinc phosphide
Zineb


Ziram
Available from
Attorney General's Chambers
The Law Building, Jalan Tutong
Bandar Seri Begawan BA1910
Brunei Darussalam
$19.00
POISONS ACT
CAP. 114, 2003 Ed.
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