Pick Up Stations


No person, firm, or business establishment shall offer to the public, in any manner, their services as a “pick-up-station” or intermediary for the purpose of having prescriptions filled or delivered, whether for profit or gratuitously. Nor may the owner of any pharmacy or drug store authorize any person, firm, or business establishment to act for them in this manner—provided however, intermediary delivery stations after approval by the Board may be operated in clinics in which a practitioner is in attendance at least one day per week and located in an area where pharmaceutical services are unavailable within ten miles of the clinic provided the filled prescriptions are delivered to a designated representative of the pharmacist filling the prescription. (10/09/80, Amended 2/17/82, and 8/19/99)