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Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Requirement of a ________ for the supply or dispensation of drugs to individuals;
Medical prescriptionMedicinePhysicianOver-the-counter drug

Question 2: The ________ controls LSD, Ecstasy, and other drugs whose unique psychoactive effects exclude them from the scope of the Single Convention.
MDMAPsychoactive drugConvention on Psychotropic SubstancesSingle Convention on Narcotic Drugs

Question 3: A March 24, 2003 ________ committee report noted the disparity in how drugs are regulated under the two treaties:[34]
European ParliamentEuropean UnionEuropean CommissionBarroso Commission

Question 4: Many European countries, including the United Kingdom, ________, and, most famously, the Netherlands, do not prosecute all petty drug offenses.
GreeceGermanyPolandNorway

Question 5: The Agreement for the Control of Opium Smoking in the Far East, signed at ________ on November 27, 1931;
Kuala LumpurJakartaBangkokThailand

Question 6: At the 2005 meeting, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, ________ and Iran rallied in opposition to the UN's zero-tolerance approach in international drug policy.
United KingdomAustraliaJamaicaBarbados

Question 7: The Agreement concerning the Manufacture of, Internal Trade in and Use of Prepared Opium, signed at ________ on February 11, 1925;
GenevaLausanneZürichBasel

Question 8: In 1972, the ________ filed a rescheduling petition under provisions of the Act.
High TimesRemoval of cannabis from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances ActNational Organization for the Reform of Marijuana LawsCannabis (drug)

Question 9: Congress enacted the ________ to implement the UN treaty, placing marijuana into Schedule I on the advice of Assistant Secretary of Health Roger O. Egeberg.
Controlled Substances ActDextromethorphanKetaminePhencyclidine

Question 10: The ________ and the World Health Organization were empowered to add, remove, and transfer drugs among the treaty's four Schedules of controlled substances.
United StatesCommission on Narcotic DrugsUnited KingdomSingle Convention on Narcotic Drugs
















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