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Title 16 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES
Chapter 13 - CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
Article 2 - REGULATION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
Part 1 - SCHEDULES, OFFENSES, AND PENALTIES
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O.C.G.A.§ 16-13-28
Schedule IV

(a) The controlled substances listed in this Code section are included in Schedule IV. Unless specifically excepted or unless listed in another schedule, any material, compound, mixture, or preparation which contains any quantity of the following substances, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers whenever the existence of such salts, isomers, and salts of isomers is possible within the specified chemical designation, included as having a stimulant or depressant effect on the central nervous system or a hallucinogenic effect:

   (1) Alfaxalone;

   (1.5) Armodafinil;

   (2) Barbital;

   (2.1) Bromazepam;

   (2.15) Butorphanol;

   (2.25) Carisoprodol;

   (2.3) Cathine;

   (3) Chloral betaine;

   (4) Chloral hydrate;

   (5) Chlordiazepoxide, but not including librax (chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride and clidinium bromide) or menrium (chlordiazepoxide and water soluble esterified estrogens);

   (5.1) Clobazam;

   (6) Reserved;

   (7) Clotiazepam;

   (8) Reserved;

   (8.5) Dexfenfluramine;

   (9) Reserved;

   (10) Reserved;

   (11) Diethylpropion;

   (11.05) Difenoxin;

   (11.5) Eluxadoline;

   (12) Ethchlorvynol;

   (13) Ethinamate;

   (13.15) Etizolam;

   (13.2) Fencamfamin;

   (14) Fenfluramine;

   (14.2) Fenproporex;

   (15) Fospropofol;

   (16) Indiplon;

   (17) Lorcaserin;

   (18) Mazindol;

   (19) Mebutamate;

   (19.2) Mefenorex;

   (20) Meprobamate;

   (21) Methohexital;

   (22) Methylphenobarbital;

   (22.1) Modafinil;

   (23) Reserved;

   (24) Paraldehyde;

   (25) Pemoline;

   (26) Pentazocine;

   (27) Petrichloral;

   (28) Phenobarbital;

   (29) Phentermine;

   (29.1) Pipradrol;

   (30) Propofol;

   (30.05) Propoxyphene (including all salts and optical isomers);

   (30.07) Pyrazolam;

   (30.1) Quazepam;

   (30.2) Sibutramine;

   (30.3) SPA (-)-1-dimethylamino-1, 2-diphenylethane;

   (30.5) Suvorexant;

   (31) Reserved;

   (31.5) Tramadol [2-((dimethylamino)methyl)-1-(3-methoxyphenyl)cyclohexanol, its salts, optical and geometric isomers, and salts of these isomers];

   (32) Zaleplon;

   (33) Zolpidem;

   (34) Zopiclone.

(b) The controlled substances in the benzodiazepine structural class include any of the following compounds, derivatives, their salts, isomers, or salts of isomers, halogen analogues, or homologues, unless specifically utilized as part of the manufacturing process by a commercial industry of a substance or material not intended for human ingestion or consumption, as a prescription administered under medical supervision, or for research at a recognized institution, whenever the existence of these salts, isomers, or salts of isomers, halogen analogues, or homologues is possible within the specific chemical designation or unless specifically excepted or listed in this or another schedule, structurally derived from 1,4-benzodiazepine by substitution at the 5-position with a phenyl ring system (which may itself be further substituted), whether or not the compound is further modified in any of the following ways:

   (1) By substitution at the 2-position with a ketone or a thione;

   (2) By substitution at the 3-position with a hydroxyl group or ester group, which itself may be further substituted;

   (3) By a fused triazole ring at the 1,2- position, which itself may be further substituted;

   (4) By a fused imidazole ring at the 1,2- position, which itself may be further substituted;

   (5) By a fused oxazolidine ring at the 4,5- position, which itself may be further substituted;

   (6) By a fused oxazine ring at the 4,5- position, which itself may be further substituted;

   (7) By substitution at the 7-position with a nitro group;

   (8) By substitution at the 7-position with a halogen group; or

   (9) By substitution at the 1-position with an alkyl group, which itself may be further substituted.

(c) The State Board of Pharmacy may except by rule any compound, mixture, or preparation containing any depressant, stimulant, or hallucinogenic substance listed in subsection (a) or (b) of this Code section from the application of all or any part of this article if the compound, mixture, or preparation contains one or more active, medicinal ingredients not having a depressant or stimulant effect on the central nervous system, and if the admixtures are included therein in combinations, quantity, proportion, or concentration that vitiate the potential for abuse of the substances which have a depressant or stimulant effect on the central nervous system.

HISTORY: Code 1933, § 79A-809, enacted by Ga. L. 1974, p. 221, § 1; Ga. L. 1977, p. 1287, § 1; Ga. L. 1979, p. 859, § 8; Ga. L. 1980, p. 1746, § 7; Ga. L. 1981, p. 557, § 4; Ga. L. 1982, p. 3, § 16; Ga. L. 1982, p. 2403, §§ 14, 19; Ga. L. 1984, p. 22, § 16; Ga. L. 1985, p. 1219, § 4; Ga. L. 1986, p. 10, § 16; Ga. L. 1986, p. 1555, § 4; Ga. L. 1987, p. 261, § 5; Ga. L. 1989, p. 233, § 4; Ga. L. 1990, p. 8, § 16; Ga. L. 1993, p. 590, § 2; Ga. L. 1994, p. 169, § 5; Ga. L. 1996, p. 1023, § 1; Ga. L. 1997, p. 1311, § 3; Ga. L. 1998, p. 778, § 2; Ga. L. 1999, p. 643, § 1; Ga. L. 2000, p. 1317, § 3; Ga. L. 2003, p. 349, § 4; Ga. L. 2006, p. 219, § 2/HB 1054; Ga. L. 2007, p. 47, § 16/SB 103; Ga. L. 2008, p. 169, § 5/HB 1090; Ga. L. 2009, p. 126, §§ 3, 4/HB 368; Ga. L. 2010, p. 860, § 3/SB 353; Ga. L. 2011, p. 656, § 5/SB 93; Ga. L. 2014, p. 217, § 5/HB 835; Ga. L. 2015, p. 883, § 4/HB 211; Ga. L. 2016, p. 798, § 4/HB 783; Ga. L. 2017, p. 14, § 7/HB 231.