Harrison Act (1914) – 1 st fed law to regulate to free distribution of opium or drugs Opium Poppy Act (1942) – Prohibits growing opium Except for the license Narcotics Control Act (1956) – imposes server penalties for convicted of narcotics or weed charges. Drug Abuse Control Amendment (1965) – adapts strict controls over LSD, amphetamines Comprehensive Prevention Control Act (1970) – replaces all laws concerning narcotics. Drug Offenders Act (1984) – set up special programs for offenders and organize treatment Anti-Drug Abuse Act (1988) – established the office of national drug control policy to overuse all fed policies regarding research about and control of drug of abuse. Crime Control Act (1990) – doubles appropriations for drug law enforcement grants to states; additional measures aimed at seizure and forfeiture of drug trafficker's assets; includes provisions on international money laundering, drug-free zones.

1. a. high potential for abuse b. no medical use c. lack of accepted safety (heroin, weed, LSD) 2 a.

b. accepted med use c. abuse = Psychological/Physical Disorder Morphine cocaine Injectable Methamphetamine 3. a. Potential for abuse less than 1 and 2 b. Accepted Medical use c.

Abuse mal lead to moderate physical dependence or high psychological dependence Amphetamine Most barbiturate d PCP 4. a. Low potential for abuse (3) b. Accepted Medical use c.

Abuse may lead to Limited physical or psychological dependable (3) Barbital Chloral Hydrate Para de hydrate 5. a. Low potential for abuse (4) b. Accepted medical use c. Abuse may lead to limited physical or psychological dependence (4) Mixtures having small amounts of codeine or opium DEA = U.

S. Drug Enforcement Administration.