(a) A pharmacy, an ambulatory health care facility, and a charitable clinic pharmacy shall register with the board.
(b) A person desiring to operate, maintain, open or establish a pharmacy shall register with the board.
(c) To be eligible for a registration to operate, maintain, open or establish a pharmacy the applicant shall:
(1) Submit a written application to the board;
(2) Pay all applicable fees;
(3) Designate a pharmacist-in-charge; and
(4) Successfully complete an inspection by the board.
(d) A separate application shall be made and separate registration issued for each location.
(e) Registration are not transferable.
(f) Registration expire and shall be renewed annually.
(g) If a registration expires, the pharmacy shall be reinspected and an inspection fee is required.
(h) A registrant shall employ a pharmacist-in-charge and operate in compliance with the legislative rules governing the practice of pharmacist care and the operation of a pharmacy.
(i) The provisions of this section do not apply to the sale of nonprescription drugs which are not required to be dispensed pursuant to a practitioner's prescription.