Editor’s note: In November 2023, voters approved Issue 2, legalizing recreational marijuana use and cultivation under certain circumstances. As of the time of this printing, the Ohio Legislature had not yet amended the state statutes to reflect necessary changes, if any.
   138.01   Definitions
   138.02   Trafficking in controlled substances; gift of marihuana
   138.03   Drug possession offenses
   138.04   Possessing drug abuse instruments
   138.05   Permitting drug abuse
   138.06   Illegal cultivation of marihuana
   138.07   Abusing harmful intoxicants
   138.08   Illegal dispensing of drug samples
   138.09   Federal prosecution bar to municipal prosecution
   138.10   Nitrous oxide: improper dispensing or distribution; possession in a motor vehicle
   138.11   Laboratory report required
   138.12   Counterfeit controlled substances
   138.13   Use, possession, or sale of drug paraphernalia
   138.14   Controlled substance or prescription labels
   138.15   Possession, sale and disposal of hypodermics
   138.16   Controlled substance schedules
   138.17   Unlawful furnishing of prescription to enable persons to be issued handicapped parking placards or license plates
   138.18   Sale of pseudoephedrine
   138.19   Sale of pure caffeine product
   138.20   Sale of dextromethorphan
Statutory reference:
Administration of epinephrine, exemption from prosecution, see R.C. § 2925.64
Controlled substances, regulation of pharmacists and other professionals, see R.C. Chapters 3719 and 4729
Conviction of professionally licensed persons to be reported to licensing board, see R.C. § 2925.38
Criminal and civil forfeiture of property for felony drug abuse offenses, see R.C. Chapter 2981
Destruction of chemicals used to produce methamphetamine; preservation of samples, see R.C. § 2925.52
Tampering with drugs, felony offense, see R.C. § 2925.24