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schedule

noun agenda, calendar, check list, docket, enumeration, index, inventory, libellus, list, outline, plan, program, roll, tabula, timetable
Associated concepts: payment schedule, schedule of assets
See also: agenda, arrange, book, calendar, contract, docket, empanel, impanel, invoice, plan, policy, program, register, roll, scheme, set down

schedule

a small scroll; an appendage; most commonly encountered as a part of an Act of Parliament. Modern legislation often has numerous schedules that include details that would detract from the overall sense of the provision (an example being the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976) or that lists other enactments affected by the Act to which the schedule is attached. The schedule is as authoritative as the text of the Act itself

SCHEDULE, practice. When an indictment is returned, from au inferior court in obedience to a writ of certiorari, the, statement of the previous proceedings sent with it, is termed the schedule. 1 Saund. 309, a, n. 2.
     2. Schedules are also frequently annexed to answers in a court of equity, and to depositions and other documents, in order to show more in detail the matter they contain, than could otherwise be conveniently shown.
     3. The term is frequently used instead of inventory.

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Marinol, a synthetic version of marijuana's psychoactive components, was moved from Schedule I to Schedule II, and then to Schedule III in the 1980s and '90s.
Moving HCPs into Schedule II means that prescriptions for the drugs will have to be in writing - no more prescriptions by phone or fax.
For example, a current bill (SB 809) now before the Assembly would fund the state's CURES prescription monitoring program and require those who dispense Schedule II opioids to report to the Department of Justice whenever they fill a prescription for these meds.
The pharmacy groups note that, compared with Schedule III and other prescription drugs, Schedule II medications cannot be prescribed as easily by doctors (and in some states, nurse practitioners) and are more cosily for pharmacies to obtain, stock and dispense, because of government requirements.
This means that patients can get a new prescription of a schedule II controlled substance every 30 days, for 3 months, without having to return to the physician's office.
Another feminist "health" coalition is now working to have Plan B taken completely off the drug schedule (it is currently a Schedule II, "behind the counter" prescription) and made available at grocery and variety stores.
It also extended the time limit on emergency prescription refills (so that treatment will not be interrupted because final approval has not come through) from 72 hours to 30 days, except for Schedule II controlled substances.
The woman was apparently unaware of the strength and potency of Fentanyl, a Schedule II drug, and applied all four patches simultaneously plus a heating pad, which increased the circulation of the medication.
He was charged with aggravated burglary, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of schedule II drugs.
The "Prescription Drug Abuse Elimination Act" (HR 3870) would require all Schedule II controlled substances and all other drugs designated by the HHS Secretary on a specific "hot list" to carry electronic identifier technology by 2006.
OxyContin quickly became the most prescribed narcotic on Schedule ii of the Controlled Substances Act (the most tightly regulated category of medication), with about 7.
Kassirer and other advocates want the federal government to reclassify marijuana as a schedule II drug, one that physicians can legally prescribe, despite its potential for addiction.