Controlled Substances (Volatile Solvents) Regulations 1996



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South Australia

Controlled Substances (Volatile Solvents) Regulations 1996

under the Controlled Substances Act 1984



Contents

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Revocation

4 Interpretation

5 Declaration of volatile solvents (section 12)

6 Exemption

Schedule—Volatile solvents

Legislative history


1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Controlled Substances (Volatile Solvents) Regulations 1996.

2—Commencement

These regulations will come into operation on 4 January 1996.

3—Revocation

The Controlled Substances (Volatile Solvents) Regulations 1986 (see Gazette 27.2.1986 p424) are revoked.

4—Interpretation

In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears—



the Act means the Controlled Substances Act 1984.

5—Declaration of volatile solvents (section 12)

Pursuant to section 12(7) of the Act, the following substances are declared to be volatile solvents:

(a) the substances listed in the Schedule, whether in their natural or artificial form; and

(b) a structural isomer of such a substance; and

(c) a preparation or admixture containing any proportion of a substance referred to in paragraph (a) or (b).

6—Exemption

A person who sells or supplies a volatile solvent for use as an inhalant in medical or dental treatment is exempt from section 19 of the Act in respect of that sale or supply.



Schedule—Volatile solvents

Acetone


Amyl Acetate

Amyl Nitrite

Benzene

Bromochlorodifluoromethane (BCF)



Butane

Butyl Acetate

Butyl Alcohol

Butyl Nitrite

Carbon Tetrachloride

Chlorofluorocarbons and Fluorocarbons except where separately specified

Chloroform

Diethyl Ether

Di-Isobutyl Ketone

Dipentene

Enflurane

Ethyl Alcohol

Ethyl Acetate

Ethyl Chloride

Ethyl Formate

Ethylene Dichloride

Halothane

Heptane


Hexane

Isobutyl Nitrite

Isopropyl Alcohol

Methoxyflurane

Methyl Acetate

Methyl Alcohol

Methyl Amyl Ketone (2-Heptanone)

Methyl Butyl Ketone (2-Hexanone)

Methyl Cellosolve (Ethylene Glycol Mono-ethyl Ether)

Methyl Cellosolve Acetate (Ethylene Glycol Mono-ethyl Ether Acetate)

Methyl Ethyl Ketone (2-Butanone)

Methyl Formate

Methyl Hexyl Ketone (2-Octanone)

Methyl Isobutyl Ketone

Methyl Propyl Ketone (2-Pentanone)

Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane)

Mineral Turpentine

Naphthalene

Nitrous Oxide

Octane


Octyl Nitrite

Oil of Turpentine

Pentane

Petrol


Propane

Propyl Acetate

Styrene

Tetrachloroethylene



Toluene

1, 1, 1-Trichloroethane (Methylchloroform)

Trichloroethylene

Tricresyl Phosphate

Xylene


Legislative history

Notes

• Variations of this version that are uncommenced are not incorporated into the text.

• For further information relating to the Act and subordinate legislation made under the Act see the Index of South Australian Statutes or www.legislation.sa.gov.au.

Principal regulations and variations

New entries appear in bold.



Year

No

Reference

Commencement

1996

3

Gazette 4.1.1996 p32

4.1.1996: r 2

2003

147

Gazette 12.6.2003 p2500

12.6.2003: r 2

2008

29

Gazette 3.4.2008 p1185

1.7.2008: r 2

Provisions varied

New entries appear in bold.



[2.7.2008] This version is not published under the Legislation Revision and Publication Act 2002

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