|(a) Accountability. A practitioner who obtains from
the board an official prescription form is accountable for each numbered
(b) Prohibited acts. A practitioner may not:
(1) allow another practitioner to use the individual
practitioner's official prescription form;
(2) pre-sign an official prescription blank;
(3) post-date an official prescription; or
(4) leave an official prescription blank in a location
where the practitioner should reasonably believe another could steal
or misuse a prescription.
(c) While not in use. While an official prescription
blank is not in immediate use, a practitioner may not maintain or
store the book at a location so the book is easily accessible for
theft or other misuse.
(d) Voided. A practitioner must account for each voided
official prescription form by sending the voided form to the board.
(e) Types of forms. Forms may be single or multiple
copy forms as provided by the board.
(f) Faxed forms. Faxed official prescription forms
will be accounted for as in the TCSA, §481.074(o).