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Criminal Code Regulations 2019

Authoritative Version
Regulations as made
This instrument prescribes matters necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to the Criminal Code Act 1995.
Administered by: Attorney-General's; Home Affairs
Registered 08 Apr 2019
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR02-Jul-2019
Tabled Senate02-Jul-2019

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Criminal Code Regulations 2019

I, General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Ret’d), Governor‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulations.

Dated 04 April 2019

Peter Cosgrove

Governor‑General

By His Excellency’s Command

Peter Dutton

Minister for Home Affairs

 

 

 

 

  

  

  


Contents

Part 1—Preliminary                                                                                                                                        1

1............ Name............................................................................................................................. 1

2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Definitions..................................................................................................................... 1

Part 2—The security of the Commonwealth                                                                                   3

Division 1—Control orders                                                                                                                 3

5............ Legal representation for young people........................................................................... 3

6............ Court may request legal aid commission to arrange representation................................ 3

7............ AFP to inform relevant persons of request and contact details...................................... 3

Division 2—Preventative detention orders                                                                                 5

8............ Corresponding State preventative detention laws.......................................................... 5

Division 3—Continuing detention orders                                                                                     6

9............ Terrorist offender unable to engage legal representative in continuing detention order proceedings—matters court may take into account in determining whether circumstances beyond offender’s control...... 6

10.......... Sharing information—prescribed persons..................................................................... 6

Part 3—Dangers to the community                                                                                                       8

Division 1—Serious drugs and precursors                                                                                  8

11.......... Controlled drugs............................................................................................................ 8

12.......... Controlled plants........................................................................................................... 8

13.......... Controlled precursors.................................................................................................... 8

14.......... Border controlled drugs................................................................................................. 9

15.......... Border controlled plants................................................................................................ 9

16.......... Border controlled precursors....................................................................................... 10

Division 2—Psychoactive substances                                                                                           12

17.......... Importing psychoactive substances............................................................................. 12

18.......... Importing substances represented to be serious drug alternatives................................ 12

19.......... Conditions for importing certain substances................................................................ 12

Division 3—Cross‑border firearms trafficking                                                                      14

20.......... Firearm law................................................................................................................. 14

Part 4—National infrastructure                                                                                                            15

21.......... Dangerous or harmful substances and things that must not be carried by post............ 15

Part 5—Application, saving and transitional provisions                                                        16

Division 1—Provisions for this instrument as originally made                                      16

22.......... Things done under the Criminal Code Regulations 2002............................................ 16

23.......... Conduct, event, circumstances occurring before commencement................................ 16

Schedule 1—Controlled drugs                                                                                                  17

1............ Controlled drugs and quantities................................................................................... 17

Schedule 2—Border controlled drugs                                                                               25

1............ Border controlled drugs and quantities........................................................................ 25

 


Part 1Preliminary

  

1  Name

                   This instrument is the Criminal Code Regulations 2019.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1.  The whole of this instrument

The day after this instrument is registered.

9 April 2019

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

             (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

                   This instrument is made under the Criminal Code Act 1995.

4  Definitions

                   In this instrument:

AFP member has the same meaning as in Part 5.3 of the Code.

authorised person means a person who is an authorised person for the purposes of regulation 5 of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956.

chief executive officer of a legal aid commission of a State or Territory means the person holding, or performing the duties of, the following position:

                     (a)  for New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory—Chief Executive Officer of the legal aid commission of that State or Territory;

                     (b)  for Western Australia—Director of Legal Aid under the Legal Aid Commission Act 1976 (WA);

                     (c)  for South Australia—Director of Legal Services under the Legal Services Commission Act 1977 (SA);

                     (d)  for Tasmania—Director of the Commission under the Legal Aid Commission Act 1990 (Tas.);

                     (e)  for the Northern Territory—Director of Legal Aid under the Legal Aid Act 1990 (NT).

Code means the Criminal Code.

control order has the same meaning as in Part 5.3 of the Code.

Health Secretary means the Secretary of the Department administered by the Minister administering the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.

issuing court has the same meaning as in Part 5.3 of the Code.

lawyer has the same meaning as in Part 5.3 of the Code.

legal aid commission means an authority established by or under a law of a State or Territory for the purpose of providing legal assistance.

young person means a person who is at least 14 but under 18.

Part 2The security of the Commonwealth

Division 1Control orders

5  Legal representation for young people

                   For the purposes of subsection 104.28(6) of the Code, this Division provides in relation to the appointing of a lawyer to act for a young person in relation to proceedings relating to a control order.

6  Court may request legal aid commission to arrange representation

                   An issuing court may request a legal aid commission to arrange the legal representation of a young person in proceedings relating to a control order.

7  AFP to inform relevant persons of request and contact details

             (1)  This section applies if an issuing court requests a legal aid commission under section 6 to arrange the legal representation of a young person in proceedings relating to a control order.

Informing the legal aid commission

             (2)  An AFP member, or a legal representative of the Australian Federal Police, must:

                     (a)  in writing, inform the chief executive officer of the legal aid commission of the request; and

                     (b)  give the legal aid commission the following information that the AFP member or legal representative has:

                              (i)  the young person’s name;

                             (ii)  the young person’s residential address;

                            (iii)  the young person’s contact details, including a telephone number and an email address;

                            (iv)  the young person’s date of birth;

                             (v)  the name, residential address and contact details of at least one parent or guardian of the young person;

                            (vi)  if the young person requires assistance with communication—information about the assistance required.

Note:       For subparagraph (b)(vi), a young person may need assistance with communication because, for example, the person is deaf or hearing impaired, is unable to read, has a mental impairment, or requires an interpreter.

Informing the young person

             (3)  An AFP member, or a legal representative of the Australian Federal Police, must:

                     (a)  inform the young person of the request; and

                     (b)  give the young person sufficient information about the legal aid commission to enable the young person to contact and, if necessary, attend the legal aid commission, including the following information that the AFP member or legal representative has:

                              (i)  the name of the legal aid commission;

                             (ii)  the legal aid commission’s business address (not being a post box);

                            (iii)  the legal aid commission’s contact details, including a telephone number and an email address;

                            (iv)  any other information about the legal aid commission provided by the issuing court; and

                     (c)  ensure that the young person understands the information provided to them under paragraphs (a) and (b) (taking into account the person’s age, language skills, mental capacity and any other relevant factor).

             (4)  Subsection (3) does not apply if the actions of the young person make it impracticable for the AFP member or legal representative to comply with that subsection.

Informing a parent or guardian of the young person

             (5)  An AFP member, or a legal representative of the Australian Federal Police, must take reasonable steps to:

                     (a)  inform at least one parent or guardian of the young person of the request; and

                     (b)  give the parent or guardian the information about the legal aid commission that is required to be provided to the young person under paragraph (3)(b).

Timing

             (6)  An AFP member or legal representative of the Australian Federal Police complying with subsection (2), (3) or (5) must do so as soon as practicable after the issuing court makes the request and at least 48 hours before the next day when the court will conduct proceedings relating to the control order.

Division 2Preventative detention orders

8  Corresponding State preventative detention laws

                   For the purposes of the definition of corresponding State preventative detention law in subsection 100.1(1) of the Code, the following are declared to correspond to Division 105 of the Code:

                     (a)  Part 2A of the Terrorism (Police Powers) Act 2002 (NSW);

                     (b)  Part 2A of the Terrorism (Community Protection) Act 2003 (Vic.);

                     (c)  the Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2005 (Qld);

                     (d)  the Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2006 (WA);

                     (e)  the Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2005 (SA);

                      (f)  the Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2005 (Tas.);

                     (g)  Part 2 of the Terrorism (Extraordinary Temporary Powers) Act 2006 (ACT);

                     (h)  Part 2B of the Terrorism (Emergency Powers) Act 2003 (NT).

Division 3Continuing detention orders

9  Terrorist offender unable to engage legal representative in continuing detention order proceedings—matters court may take into account in determining whether circumstances beyond offender’s control

                   For the purposes of paragraph 105A.15A(3)(a) of the Code, the following matters are prescribed as matters that a Supreme Court of a State or Territory may take into account in determining whether circumstances are beyond an offender’s control in relation to a continuing detention order proceeding:

                     (a)  the offender’s financial circumstances;

                     (b)  whether the offender has engaged in unreasonable conduct during the proceeding that has contributed to the offender’s inability to afford any or all of the costs and expenses of obtaining legal representation for the proceeding;

                     (c)  whether the offender has made any efforts to obtain legal aid or legal assistance, and the outcomes of any such efforts;

                     (d)  any other matter that the Court considers relevant.

10  Sharing information—prescribed persons

                   For the purposes of subsections 105A.19(1) and (3) of the Code, the following persons are prescribed:

                     (a)  a senior executive AFP employee or an AFP employee who is acting as, or performing the duties of, a senior executive AFP employee (all within the meaning of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979);

                     (b)  a member of the police force or police service of a State or Territory;

                     (c)  an officer or employee of a State or Territory, or of an authority of a State or Territory, whose duties relate to corrective services (including prison medical, psychological and psychiatric services), justice or parole;

                     (d)  a person who provides services for, or on behalf of:

                              (i)  a State or Territory; or

                             (ii)  an authority of a State or Territory;

                            in relation to corrective services (including prison medical, psychological and psychiatric services), justice or parole;

                     (e)  the Director of Public Prosecutions or a person performing a similar function under a law of a State or Territory;

                      (f)  a member of the staff of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (within the meaning of the Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1983) or of a similar body established under a law of a State or Territory;

                     (g)  the Director‑General of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, a Deputy Director‑General of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, an ASIO employee or an ASIO affiliate (all within the meaning of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979);

                     (h)  an APS employee of a Department administered by the Minister administering:

                              (i)  the Migration Act 1958; or

                             (ii)  the Australian Citizenship Act 2007;

                      (i)  a person:

                              (i)  who is an authorised officer (within the meaning of Division 9A of Part IB of the Crimes Act 1914); or

                             (ii)  who, under a delegation from such an authorised officer, exercises powers or performs functions of the authorised officer under Division 9A of Part IB of the Crimes Act 1914.

Part 3Dangers to the community

Division 1Serious drugs and precursors

11  Controlled drugs

                   Each item of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 1 lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.1(1)(a) of the Code, a substance that is a controlled drug; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, the quantity that is the commercial quantity of the controlled drug; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, the quantity (if any) that is the marketable quantity of the controlled drug; and

                     (d)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.12 of the Code, the quantity that is the trafficable quantity of the controlled drug.

12  Controlled plants

                   Each item of the following table lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.2(1)(a) of the Code, a growing plant that is a controlled plant; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, a quantity that is a commercial quantity of the controlled plant; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, a quantity that is a marketable quantity of the controlled plant; and

                     (d)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.12 of the Code, a quantity that is a trafficable quantity of the controlled plant.

 

Controlled plants and quantities

Item

Controlled plant

Commercial quantity

Marketable quantity

Trafficable quantity

1

Any plant of the genus Cannabis

250 kg or
1,000 plants

25 kg or
100 plants

250 g or
10 plants

 

13  Controlled precursors

                   Each item of the following table lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.3(1)(a) of the Code, a substance that is a controlled precursor; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, the quantity that is the commercial quantity of the controlled precursor; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, the quantity that is the marketable quantity of the controlled precursor.

Note:          A salt or ester of a substance listed in the table is also a controlled precursor: see paragraph 301.3(1)(b) of the Code.

 

Controlled precursors and quantities

Item

Controlled precursor

Commercial quantity (kilograms)

Marketable quantity (grams)

1

Ephedrine

1.2

400.0

2

Ergometrine

0.006

0.15

3

Ergotamine

0.01

0.25

4

Isosafrole

1.45

290.0

5

Lysergic acid

0.003

0.075

6

3,4‑Methylenedioxyphenylacetic acid

1.5

300.0

7

3,4‑Methylenedioxyphenyl‑2‑propanone

0.75

150.0

8

Phenylacetic acid

4.05

1,350.0

9

Phenylpropanolamine

1.2

400.0

10

Phenyl‑2‑propanone

2.03

675.0

11

Piperonal

1.6

320.0

12

Pseudoephedrine

1.2

400.0

13

Safrole

2.85

570.0

 

14  Border controlled drugs

                   Each item of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 2 lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.4(a) of the Code, a substance that is a border controlled drug; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, the quantity that is the commercial quantity of the border controlled drug; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, the quantity that is the marketable quantity of the border controlled drug.

15  Border controlled plants

                   Each item of the following table lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.5(a) of the Code, a growing plant that is a border controlled plant; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, a quantity (if any) that is a commercial quantity of the border controlled plant; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, a quantity (if any) that is a marketable quantity of the border controlled plant.

 

Border controlled plants and quantities

Item

Border controlled plant

Commercial quantity

Marketable quantity

1

Any plant of the genus Cannabis

250 kg or 1,000 plants

25 kg or 100 plants

2

Any plant of the genus Erythroxylon (also known as Erythroxylum) from which cocaine can be extracted either directly or by chemical transformation

 

80 kg

3

Any plant of the genus Lophophora

 

 

4

Any plant of the species Papaver bracteatum

 

10 kg

5

Any plant of the species Papaver somniferum

 

10 kg

6

Any plant of the species Piptagenia peregrine

 

 

7

Any plant of the species Psilocybe

 

 

 

16  Border controlled precursors

                   Each item of the following table lists:

                     (a)  for the purposes of paragraph 301.6(1)(a) of the Code, a substance that is a border controlled precursor; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.10 of the Code, the quantity (if any) that is the commercial quantity of the border controlled precursor; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of item 1 of the table in section 301.11 of the Code, the quantity (if any) that is the marketable quantity of the border controlled precursor.

Note:          A salt or ester of a substance listed in the table and an immediate precursor of a substance listed in the table are also border controlled precursors: see paragraphs 301.6(1)(b) and (c) of the Code.

 

Border controlled precursors and quantities

Item

Border controlled precursor

Commercial quantity (kilograms)

Marketable quantity (grams)

1

N‑Acetylanthranilic acid

 

 

2

Any plant of the species Ephedra

 

 

3

Ephedrine

1.2

3.2

4

Ergometrine

0.006

0.006

5

Ergotamine

0.01

0.01

6

Isosafrole

1.45

1.45

7

Lysergic acid

0.003

0.003

8

3,4‑Methylenedioxyphenyl‑2‑propanone

0.75

0.75

9

Phenylacetic acid

4.05

10.8

10

Phenylpropanolamine

1.2

3.2

11

Phenyl‑2‑propanone

2.03

5.4

12

Piperonal

1.6

1.6

13

Pseudoephedrine

1.2

3.2

14

Safrole

2.85

2.85

 

Division 2Psychoactive substances

17  Importing psychoactive substances

                   For the purposes of paragraph 320.2(2)(l) of the Code, a substance that is imported into Australia in accordance with the conditions set out in section 19 of this instrument is prescribed.

18  Importing substances represented to be serious drug alternatives

                   For the purposes of paragraph 320.3(3)(f) of the Code, a substance that is imported into Australia in accordance with the conditions set out in section 19 of this instrument is prescribed.

19  Conditions for importing certain substances

             (1)  For the purposes of sections 17 and 18, the conditions are that:

                     (a)  the person importing the substance (the importer) is the holder of a licence to import drugs granted by the Health Secretary or an authorised person under subregulation 5(5) of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956; and

                     (b)  the importer is covered by subsection (2); and

                     (c)  before the substance is imported, the importer gives the Health Secretary or an authorised person a written notice about the proposed importation that includes:

                              (i)  the identity and amount of the substance being imported; and

                             (ii)  the purpose of the importation; and

                            (iii)  a 30‑day period during which the importation is likely to occur; and

                            (iv)  the importer’s name and import licence number; and

                             (v)  if paragraph (2)(a), (d), (e) or (f) applies and the importer is employed by the body mentioned in the applicable paragraph—the name of the importer’s employer; and

                            (vi)  any other information required by the Health Secretary.

             (2)  For the purposes of paragraph (1)(b), the importer is covered by this subsection if:

                     (a)  the importer is, or is employed by, a forensic laboratory and is importing the substance for the purposes of forensic analysis; or

                     (b)  the importer is the Australian Federal Police, or a police force of a State or Territory, and is importing the substance for the purposes of law enforcement; or

                     (c)  the importer is the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, or is the head or deputy head (however described) of a police force of a State or Territory, and is importing the substance for the purposes of law enforcement; or

                     (d)  the importer is, or is employed by, a medical research facility and is importing the substance for the purposes of medical research; or

                     (e)  the importer is, or is employed by, a scientific research facility and is importing the substance for the purposes of scientific research; or

                      (f)  all of the following apply:

                              (i)  the importer is, or is employed by, an entity that imports drugs (within the meaning of subregulation 5(20) of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956) on behalf of a person or body mentioned in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e);

                             (ii)  the person or body holds a licence of a kind mentioned in paragraph (1)(a);

                            (iii)  the importer is importing the substance at the written request of the person or body.

             (3)  For the purposes of paragraph (1)(c), the Health Secretary may determine:

                     (a)  information to be included in a notice; and

                     (b)  the way a notice may be given to the Health Secretary or an authorised person.

Division 3Cross‑border firearms trafficking

20  Firearm law

                   For the purposes of the definition of firearm law in subsections 360.2(3) and 360.3(2) of the Code, the following laws are prescribed:

                     (a)  the Firearms Act 1996 (NSW);

                     (b)  the Firearms Act 1996 (Vic.);

                     (c)  the Weapons Act 1990 (Qld);

                     (d)  the Firearms Act 1973 (WA);

                     (e)  the Firearms Act 2015 (SA);

                      (f)  the Firearms Act 1996 (Tas.);

                     (g)  the Firearms Act 1996 (ACT);

                     (h)  the Firearms Act 1997 (NT);

                      (i)  the Firearms and Prohibited Weapons Act 1997 (Norfolk Island);

                      (j)  any regulations made under any of the Acts referred to in paragraphs (a) to (i).

Part 4National infrastructure

  

21  Dangerous or harmful substances and things that must not be carried by post

                   For the purposes of subparagraph 471.15(1)(b)(ii) of the Code, the following are dangerous or harmful substances or things that must not, without exception, be carried by post:

                     (a)  gas that is so toxic or corrosive to humans as to pose a hazard to health;

                     (b)  a thermally unstable substance that is likely to undergo a strongly exothermic decomposition;

                     (c)  a substance that ignites or self‑heats when in contact with air.

Part 5Application, saving and transitional provisions

Division 1Provisions for this instrument as originally made

22  Things done under the Criminal Code Regulations 2002

             (1)  If:

                     (a)  a thing was done for a particular purpose under the Criminal Code Regulations 2002 as in force immediately before those Regulations were repealed; and

                     (b)  the thing could be done for that purpose under this instrument;

the thing has effect for the purposes of this instrument as if it had been done for that purpose under this instrument.

             (2)  Without limiting subsection (1), a reference in that subsection to a thing being done includes a reference to a notice, application or other instrument being given or made.

23  Conduct, event, circumstances occurring before commencement

             (1)  To avoid doubt, a function or duty may be performed, or a power exercised, under this instrument in relation to conduct engaged in, an event that occurred, or a circumstance that arose, before this section commences.

             (2)  This section does not limit section 22 of this instrument or section 7 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (as that Act applies in relation to this instrument because of paragraph 13(1)(a) of the Legislation Act 2003).


Schedule 1Controlled drugs

Note:       See section 11.

  

  

1  Controlled drugs and quantities

                   The following table lists substances that are controlled drugs and the quantities of those drugs that are commercial quantities, marketable quantities and trafficable quantities.

Note:          A drug analogue of a substance listed in the table is also a controlled drug (see paragraph 301.1(1)(b) of the Code).

 

Controlled drugs and quantities

Item

Controlled drug

Commercial quantity (kilograms)

Marketable quantity (grams)

Trafficable quantity (grams)

1

Acetorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

2

4‑Acetoxy‑N, N‑dimethyltryptamine (4‑AcO‑DMT)

2.0

250.0

2.0

3

4‑Acetoxy‑N‑methyl‑N‑ethyltryptamine (4‑AcO‑MET)

2.0

250.0

2.0

4

Acetyl‑alpha‑methylfentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

5

Acetylcodeine

2.0

250.0

2.0

6

Acetyldihydrocodeine

2.0

250.0

2.0

7

Acetylmethadol

2.0

250.0

2.0

8

Allylprodine

2.0

250.0

2.0

9

Alphacetylmethadol

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

10

Alphameprodine

0.2

100.0

0.2

11

Alphamethadol

0.2

100.0

0.2

12

alpha‑Methylfentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

13

alpha‑Methylthiofentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

14

Alphaprodine

25.0

12,500.0

25.0

15

alpha‑Pyrrolidinobutiophenone (α‑PBP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

16

alpha‑Pyrrolidinopropiophenone (α‑PPP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

17

alpha‑Pyrrolidinovalerophenone (α‑PVP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

18

5‑(2‑Aminopropyl)‑2,3‑dihydro‑1h‑indene (5‑APDI)

0.75

250.0

0.75

19

6‑(2‑Aminopropyl)‑2,3‑dihydrobenzofuran (6‑APDB)

0.75

250.0

0.75

20

Amphetamine

0.75

250.0

2.0

21

Anileridine

25.0

12,500.0

25.0

22

Barbiturates

5.0

 

5.0

23

Benzethidine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

24

1‑(Benzofuran‑6‑yl) propan‑2‑amine (6‑APB)

0.75

250.0

0.75

25

Benzoylecgonine

2.0

250.0

2.0

26

Benzylmorphine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

27

Benzylpiperazine

0.75

250.0

2.0

28

Betacetylmethadol

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

29

beta‑Hydroxyfentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

30

beta‑Hydroxy‑3‑methylfentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

31

beta‑Keto‑methylbenzodioxolylpentanamine (pentylone)

0.75

250.0

0.75

32

beta‑Keto‑N‑methyl‑3,4‑
benzodioxyolylbutanamine (butylone)

0.75

250.0

0.75

33

Betameprodine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

34

Betamethadol

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

35

Betaprodine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

36

Bezitramide

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

37

2‑Bromoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

38

3‑Bromoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

39

4‑Bromoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

40

4‑Bromo‑2,5‑dimethoxyamphetamine

0.5

100.0

0.5

41

2‑Bromo‑5‑methoxymethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

42

2‑Bromomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

43

3‑Bromomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

44

4‑Bromomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

45

2‑Bromomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

46

3‑Bromomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

47

4‑Bromomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

48

Bufotenine

2.0

250.0

2.0

49

Bupropion

0.75

250.0

0.75

50

Cannabis (in any form, including flowering or fruiting tops, leaves, seeds or stalks, but not including Cannabis resin or Cannabis fibre)

125.0

25,000.0

250.0

51

Cannabis resin

125.0

25,000.0

20.0

52

Cathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

53

1‑(4‑Chloro‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑2‑
ethenamine (2C‑C)

0.5

100.0

0.5

54

2‑Chloroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

55

3‑Chloroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

56

4‑Chloroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

57

2‑Chloromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

58

3‑Chloromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

59

4‑Chloromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

60

4‑Chloro‑N‑ethylamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

61

2‑Chloromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

62

3‑Chloromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

63

4‑Chloromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

64

4‑Chlorophenyl‑1‑methoxypropan‑2‑amine

0.75

250.0

0.75

65

Chlorphentermine

2.0

250.0

2.0

66

Clonitazene

5.0

100.0

5.0

67

Cocaine

2.0

250.0

2.0

68

Codeine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

69

Codeine‑N‑oxide

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

70

Codoxime

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

71

Desomorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

72

Dexamphetamine

2.0

250.0

2.0

73

Dextromoramide

2.0

250.0

2.0

74

Diampromide

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

75

Diethylpropion (N, N‑Diethylcathinone)

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

76

Diethylthiambutene

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

77

N,N‑Diethyltryptamine

2.0

250.0

2.0

78

Difenoxin

2.0

250.0

2.0

79

1‑(2,3‑Dihydro‑1‑benzofuran‑5‑yl)propan‑2‑
amine (5‑APDB)

0.75

250.0

0.75

80

Dihydrocodeine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

81

Dihydromorphine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

82

Dimenoxadol

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

83

Dimepheptanol

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

84

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑bromophenethylamine (2C‑B)

0.5

100.0

0.5

85

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑ethylphenethylamine (2C‑E)

0.5

100.0

0.5

86

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑iodophenethylamine (2C‑I)

0.5

100.0

0.5

87

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑methylamphetamine (STP, DOM)

0.75

250

0.75

88

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑methylphenethylamine (2C‑D)

0.5

100.0

0.5

89

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑nitrophenethylamine (2C‑N)

0.5

100.0

0.5

90

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑(n)‑propylphenethylamine (2C‑P)

0.5

100.0

0.5

91

3,4‑Dimethoxymethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

92

1‑Dimethylamino‑1,2‑diphenylethane

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

93

N,N‑Dimethylamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

94

N, N‑Dimethylcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

95

1,1‑Dimethylheptyl‑11‑
hydroxytetrahydrocannabinol (HU‑210)

5.0

1,000.0

5.0

96

3,4‑Dimethylmethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

97

Dimethylthiambutene

20.0

10,000.0

20.0

98

N,N‑Dimethyltryptamine

2.0

250.0

2.0

99

Dioxaphetyl butyrate

2.0

250.0

2.0

100

Diphenoxylate

2.0

250.0

2.0

101

Dipipanone

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

102

Drotebanol

2.0

250.0

2.0

103

Ecgonine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

104

Ethchlorvynol

50.0

 

50.0

105

Ethinamate

50.0

 

50.0

106

N‑Ethylcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

107

Ethylmethylthiambutene

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

108

Ethylmorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

109

3‑(2‑Ethylphenyl)‑2‑methyl‑quinazolin‑4‑one (Etaqualone)

5.0

 

5.0

110

Etonitazene

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

111

Etorphine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

112

Etoxeridine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

113

Fentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

114

4‑Fluoro‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑F)

0.5

100.0

0.5

115

2‑Fluoroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

116

3‑Fluoroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

117

4‑Fluoroamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

118

2‑Fluoromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

119

3‑Fluoromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

120

4‑Fluoromethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

121

2‑Fluoromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

122

3‑Fluoromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

123

4‑Fluoromethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

124

Furethidine

1.0

500.0

1.0

125

Gammabutyrolactone (GBL)

1.0

250.0

0.5

126

Glutethimide

50.0

 

50.0

127

Heroin (diacetylmorphine)

1.5

250.0

2.0

128

Hydrocodone

2.0

250.0

2.0

129

Hydromorphinol

2.0

250.0

2.0

130

Hydromorphone

2.0

250.0

2.0

131

Hydroxyamphetamine

2.0

250.0

2.0

132

4‑Hydroxybutanoic acid (GHB)

1.0

250.0

0.5

133

p‑Hydroxyephedrine

2.0

250.0

2.0

134

Hydroxypethidine

0.75

250.0

0.75

135

2‑Iodoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

136

3‑Iodoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

137

4‑Iodoamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

138

2‑Iodomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

139

3‑Iodomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

140

4‑Iodomethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

141

2‑Iodomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

142

3‑Iodomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

143

4‑Iodomethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

144

Isomethadone

2.0

250.0

2.0

145

4‑Isopropoxy‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑O‑4)

0.5

100.0

0.5

146

Ketamine

1.0

500.0

3.0

147

Ketobemidone

2.0

250.0

2.0

148

Levomethorphan

2.0

250.0

2.0

149

Levophenacylmorphan

2.0

250.0

2.0

150

Levorphanol, but not including dextrorphan

1.0

500.0

1.0

151

Lysergamides

0.01

 

0.01

152

Lysergide (LSD)

0.002

0.05

0.002

153

Meprobamate

50.0

 

50.0

154

Mescaline

7.5

3.75

7.5

155

Metazocine

7.0

3,500.0

7.0

156

Methadone

2.0

250.0

2.0

157

Methamphetamine

0.75

250.0

2.0

158

Methaqualone

5.0

 

5.0

159

Methcathinone

0.75

250.0

2.0

160

Methorphan, but not including dextromethorphan

2.0

250.0

2.0

161

4’‑Methoxy‑alpha‑pyrrolidinopropiophenone (MOPPP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

162

4‑Methoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

163

4‑Methoxymethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

164

4‑Methoxymethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

165

4’‑Methyl‑alpha‑pyrrolidinobutiophenone (MPBP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

166

4’‑Methyl‑alpha‑pyrrolidinohexiophenone (MPHP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

167

4’‑Methyl‑alpha‑pyrrolidinopropiophenone (MPPP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

168

2‑Methylamino‑1‑phenylbutan‑1‑ one (buphedrone)

0.75

250.0

0.75

169

4‑Methylamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

170

N‑Methyl butylone

0.75

250.0

0.75

171

Methyldesorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

172

Methyldihydromorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

173

3,4‑Methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA)

0.75

100.0

0.5

174

3,4‑Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

0.5

100.0

0.5

175

3,4‑Methylenedioxyethcathinone (MDEC)

0.75

250.0

0.75

176

3,4‑Methylenedioxymethcathinone (MDMC)

0.75

250.0

0.75

177

3,4‑Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV)

0.75

250.0

0.75

178

3’,4’‑Methylenedioxy‑alpha‑
pyrrolidinobutiophenone (MDPBP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

179

3’,4’‑Methylenedioxy‑alpha‑
pyrrolidinopropiophenone (MDPPP)

0.75

250.0

0.75

180

4‑Methylethcathinone

0.75

250.0

0.75

181

3‑Methylfentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

182

4‑Methylmethamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

183

4‑Methylmethcathinone (4‑MMC)

0.75

250.0

2.0

184

Methylphenidate

2.0

250.0

2.0

185

1‑Methyl‑4‑phenyl‑4‑propionoxypiperidine (MPPP)

2.0

250.0

2.0

186

4‑Methylthioamphetamine (4‑MTA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

187

4‑Methylthiobutylamphetamine (4‑MTBA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

188

4‑Methylthiodimethamphetamine (4‑MTDMA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

189

4‑Methylthioethylamphetamine (4‑MTEA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

190

3‑Methylthiofentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

191

4‑Methylthiomethamphetamine (4‑MTMA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

192

4‑Methylthiopropylamphetamine (4‑MTPA)

0.75

250.0

0.75

193

Methyprylon

50.0

 

50.0

194

Metopon

2.0

250.0

2.0

195

Monoacetylmorphines

2.0

250.0

2.0

196

Moramide

2.0

250.0

2.0

197

Morphan, but not including dextrorphan

2.0

250.0

2.0

198

Morpheridine

2.0

250.0

2.0

199

Morphine

1.5

250.0

1.5

200

Morphine‑N‑oxide

2.0

250.0

2.0

201

Myrophine

20.0

 

20.0

202

Nicocodine

2.0

250.0

2.0

203

Nicodicodine

2.0

250.0

2.0

204

Nicomorphine

2.0

250.0

2.0

205

Noracymethadol

2.0

250.0

2.0

206

Norcodeine

2.0

250.0

2.0

207

Norlevorphanol

2.0

250.0

2.0

208

Normethadone

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

209

Normorphine

20.0

 

20.0

210

Norpipanone

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

211

Opium

20.0

10,000.0

20.0

212

Oripavine

2.0

250.0

2.0

213

Oxycodone

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

214

Oxymorphone

2.0

250.0

2.0

215

para‑Fluorofentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

216

Pentazocine

20.0

 

20.0

217

Pethidine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

218

Phenadoxone

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

219

Phenampromide

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

220

Phenazocine

1.0

500.0

1.0

221

Phencyclidine

2.0

250.0

2.0

222

Phendimetrazine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

223

Phenmetrazine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

224

Phenomorphan

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

225

Phenoperidine

1.0

500.0

1.0

226

Phentermine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

227

1‑Phenylethyl‑4‑phenyl‑4‑acetoxypiperidine (PEPAP)

2.0

250.0

2.0

228

Pholcodine

5.0

2,500.0

5.0

229

Piminodine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

230

Pipradrol

1.0

500.0

1.0

231

Piritramide

1.0

500.0

1.0

232

Proheptazine

1.0

500.0

1.0

233

Properidine

25.0

12,500.0

25.0

234

Propiram

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

235

Psilocine

2.0

1,000.0

2.0

236

Psilocybine

2.0

1,000.0

2.0

237

Pyrovalerone

0.75

250.0

0.75

238

Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC)

5.0

1,000.0

2.0

239

Thebacon

2.0

250.0

2.0

240

Thebaine

2.0

250.0

2.0

241

Thiofentanyl

0.005

2.5

0.005

242

Trimeperidine

10.0

5,000.0

10.0

243

2,3,4‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

244

2,3,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

245

2,3,6‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

246

2,4,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

247

2,4,6‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

248

3,4,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

250.0

0.75

249

2,4,5‑Trimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑O)

0.5

100.0

0.5

 

Schedule 2Border controlled drugs

Note:       See section 14.

  

  

1  Border controlled drugs and quantities

                   The following table lists substances that are border controlled drugs and the quantities of those drugs that are commercial quantities and marketable quantities.

Note:          A drug analogue of a substance listed in the table is also a border controlled drug (see paragraph 301.4(b) of the Code).

 

Border controlled drugs and quantities

Item

Border controlled drug

Commercial quantity (kilograms)

Marketable quantity (grams)

1

Acetorphine

2.0

2.0

2

Acetyl‑alpha‑methylfentanyl

0.005

0.005

3

Acetylcodeine

2.0

2.0

4

Acetyldihydrocodeine

2.0

2.0

5

Acetylmethadol

2.0

2.0

6

Allylprodine

2.0

2.0

7

Alphacetylmethadol

10.0

10.0

8

Alphameprodine

0.2

0.2

9

Alphamethadol

0.2

0.2

10

alpha‑Methylfentanyl

0.005

0.005

11

alpha‑Methylthiofentanyl

0.005

0.005

12

Alphaprodine

25.0

25.0

13

3‑(2‑Aminopropyl)indole (alpha‑methyltryptamine (AMT))

2.0

2.0

14

5‑(2‑Aminopropyl)‑2,3‑dihydro‑1h‑indene (5‑APDI)

0.75

0.5

15

Amphecloral

2.0

2.0

16

Amphetamine

0.75

2.0

17

Anileridine

25.0

25.0

18

Barbiturates

5.0

50.0

19

Benzethidine

10.0

10.0

20

1‑(Benzofuran‑6‑yl) propan‑2‑amine (6‑APB)

0.75

0.5

21

Benzoylecgonine

2.0

2.0

22

Benzylmorphine

5.0

5.0

23

Benzylpiperazine

0.75

2.0

24

Betacetylmethadol

5.0

5.0

25

beta‑Hydroxyfentanyl

0.005

0.005

26

beta‑Hydroxy‑3‑methylfentanyl

0.005

0.005

27

beta‑Keto‑N‑methyl‑3,4‑benzodioxyolylbutanamine (butylone)

0.75

2.0

28

Betameprodine

5.0

5.0

29

Betamethadol

5.0

5.0

30

Betaprodine

5.0

5.0

31

Bezitramide

5.0

5.0

32

4‑Bromo‑2,5‑dimethoxyamphetamine

0.5

0.5

33

2‑(4‑bromo‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑N‑[(2‑methoxyphenyl)
methyl]ethanamine (25‑B‑NBOMe)

0.002

0.002

34

Bufotenine

2.0

2.0

35

Cannabinoids (other than a Cannabinoid of a kind that can be obtained from a plant that is not a Cannabis plant)

2.0

2.0

36

Cannabis (in any form, including flowering or fruiting tops, leaves, seeds or stalks, but not including Cannabis resin or Cannabis fibre)

100.0

25,000.0

37

Cannabis resin

50.0

20.0

38

Cathinone

0.75

2.0

39

1‑(4‑Chloro‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑2‑ethenamine (2C‑C)

0.5

0.5

40

2‑(4‑chloro‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑N‑[(2‑methoxyphenyl)
methyl]ethanamine (25‑C‑NBOMe)

0.002

0.002

41

Chlorphentermine

2.0

2.0

42

Clonitazene

5.0

5.0

43

Cocaine

2.0

2.0

44

Codeine

10.0

10.0

45

Codeine‑N‑oxide

10.0

10.0

46

Codoxime

10.0

10.0

47

Desomorphine

2.0

2.0

48

Dexamphetamine

2.0

2.0

49

Dextromoramide

2.0

2.0

50

Diampromide

5.0

5.0

51

Diethylpropion (N, N‑Diethylcathinone)

5.0

5.0

52

Diethylthiambutene

5.0

5.0

53

N,N‑Diethyltryptamine

2.0

2.0

54

Difenoxin

2.0

2.0

55

Dihydrocodeine

10.0

10.0

56

Dihydromorphine

10.0

10.0

57

Dimenoxadol

10.0

10.0

58

Dimepheptanol

10.0

10.0

59

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑bromophenethylamine (2C‑B)

0.5

0.5

60

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑(n)‑butylthiophenethylamine (2C‑T‑9)

0.5

0.5

61

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑ethylphenethylamine (2C‑E)

0.5

0.5

62

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑ethylthiophenethylamine (2C‑T‑2)

0.5

0.5

63

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑iodophenethylamine (2C‑I)

0.5

0.5

64

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑(β‑isobutylthio)phenethylamine (2C‑T‑17)

0.5

0.5

65

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑isopropylthiophenethylamine (2C‑T‑4)

0.5

0.5

66

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑(β‑methoxyethylthio)phenethylamine (2C‑T‑13)

0.5

0.5

67

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑methylamphetamine (STP, DOM)

0.75

2.0

68

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑methylphenethylamine (2C‑D)

0.5

0.5

69

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑nitrophenethylamine (2C‑N)

0.5

0.5

70

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑(n)‑propylphenethylamine (2C‑P)

0.5

0.5

71

2,5‑Dimethoxy‑4‑n‑propylthiophenethylamine (2C‑T‑7)

0.5

0.5

72

2‑(2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑N‑[(2‑methoxyphenyl)methyl]
ethanamine (25‑H‑NBOMe)

0.002

0.002

73

1‑Dimethylamino‑1,2‑diphenylethane

5.0

5.0

74

1,1‑Dimethylheptyl‑11‑hydroxytetrahydrocannabinol (HU‑210)

5.0

2.0

75

Dimethylthiambutene

20.0

20.0

76

N,N‑Dimethyltryptamine

2.0

2.0

77

Dioxaphetyl butyrate

2.0

2.0

78

Diphenoxylate

2.0

2.0

79

Dipipanone

10.0

10.0

80

Drotebanol

2.0

2.0

81

Ecgonine

10.0

10.0

82

Ethchlorvynol

50.0

50.0

83

Ethinamate

50.0

50.0

84

Ethylmethylthiambutene

10.0

10.0

85

Ethylmorphine

2.0

2.0

86

Etonitazene

5.0

5.0

87

Etorphine

5.0

5.0

88

Etoxeridine

5.0

5.0

89

Fentanyl

0.005

0.005

90

4‑Fluoro‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑F)

0.5

0.5

91

4‑(2‑Fluoroethylthio)‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑T‑21)

0.5

0.5

92

1‑(5‑fluoropentyl)‑3‑(2‑iodobenzyl)indole (AM‑694)

5.0

2.0

93

Furethidine

1.0

1.0

94

Gammabutyrolactone (GBL)

1.0

2.0

95

Glutethimide

50.0

50.0

96

Harmaline

5.0

2.0

97

Harmine

5.0

2.0

98

Heroin (diacetylmorphine)

1.5

2.0

99

Hydrocodone

2.0

2.0

100

Hydromorphinol

2.0

2.0

101

Hydromorphone

2.0

2.0

102

Hydroxyamphetamine

2.0

2.0

103

4‑Hydroxybutanoic acid (GHB)

1.0

2.0

104

2‑[(1R,3S)‑3‑hydroxycyclohexyl]‑5‑
(2‑methyloctan‑2‑yl)phenol (CP 47,497)

5.0

2.0

105

2‑[(1R,3S)‑3‑hydroxycyclohexyl]‑5‑
(2‑methylnonan‑2‑yl)phenol (CP 47,497‑C8)

5.0

2.0

106

Hydroxypethidine

5.0

5.0

107

2‑(4‑iodo‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenyl)‑N‑[(2‑methoxyphenyl)
methyl]ethanamine (25‑I‑NBOMe)

0.002

0.002

108

Isomethadone

2.0

2.0

109

4‑Isopropoxy‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑O‑4)

0.5

0.5

110

Ketamine

1.0

3.0

111

Ketobemidone

2.0

2.0

112

Levomethorphan

2.0

2.0

113

Levophenacylmorphan

2.0

2.0

114

Levorphanol, but not including dextrorphan

1.0

1.0

115

Lysergamide

0.01

0.1

116

Lysergide (LSD)

0.002

0.002

117

Meprobamate

50.0

50.0

118

Mescaline

7.5

7.5

119

Metazocine

7.0

7.0

120

Methadone

2.0

2.0

121

Methamphetamine

0.75

2.0

122

Methaqualone

5.0

50.0

123

Methcathinone

0.75

2.0

124

Methorphan, but not including dextromethorphan

2.0

2.0

125

5‑Methoxy‑alpha‑methyltryptamine (5‑MeO‑AMT)

2.0

2.0

126

4‑Methoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

127

5‑Methoxy‑N,N‑diisopropyltryptamine (5‑MeO‑DiPT)

2.0

2.0

128

4‑Methoxymethamphetamine

0.75

2.0

129

2‑(2‑Methoxyphenyl)‑1‑(1‑pentylindol‑3‑yl)ethanone (JWH‑250)

5.0

2.0

130

4‑Methylamphetamine

0.75

2.0

131

Methyldesorphine

2.0

2.0

132

Methyldihydromorphine

2.0

2.0

133

3,4‑Methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA)

0.75

0.5

134

3,4‑Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

0.5

0.5

135

3,4‑Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV)

0.75

2.0

136

3‑Methylfentanyl

0.005

0.005

137

4‑Methylmethamphetamine

0.75

2.0

138

4‑Methylmethcathinone (4‑MMC)

0.75

2.0

139

Methylphenidate

2.0

2.0

140

1‑Methyl‑4‑phenyl‑4‑propionoxypiperidine (MPPP)

2.0

2.0

141

4‑Methylthio‑2,5‑dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑T)

0.5

0.5

142

4‑Methylthioamphetamine (4‑MTA)

0.75

2.0

143

4‑Methylthiobutylamphetamine (4‑MTBA)

0.75

2.0

144

4‑Methylthiodimethamphetamine (4‑MTDMA)

0.75

2.0

145

4‑Methylthioethylamphetamine (4‑MTEA)

0.75

2.0

146

3‑Methylthiofentanyl

0.005

0.005

147

4‑Methylthiomethamphetamine (4‑MTMA)

0.75

2.0

148

4‑Methylthiopropylamphetamine (4‑MTPA)

0.75

2.0

149

Methyprylon

50.0

50.0

150

Metopon

2.0

2.0

151

Monoacetylmorphines

2.0

2.0

152

Moramide

2.0

2.0

153

Morphan, but not including dextrorphan

2.0

2.0

154

Morpheridine

2.0

2.0

155

Morphine

1.5

2.0

156

Morphine‑N‑oxide

2.0

2.0

157

(1‑(2‑Morpholin‑4‑ylethyl)indol‑3‑yl)‑napthalen‑1‑
ylmethanone (JWH‑200)

5.0

2.0

158

Myrophine

20.0

20.0

159

Napthalen‑1‑yl‑(1‑butylindol‑3‑yl)methanone (JWH‑073)

5.0

2.0

160

Nicocodine

2.0

2.0

161

Nicodicodine

2.0

2.0

162

Nicomorphine

2.0

2.0

163

Noracymethadol

2.0

2.0

164

Norcodeine

2.0

2.0

165

Norlevorphanol

2.0

2.0

166

Normethadone

5.0

5.0

167

Normorphine

20.0

20.0

168

Norpipanone

10.0

10.0

169

Opium

20.0

20.0

170

Oripavine

2.0

2.0

171

Oxycodone

5.0

5.0

172

Oxymorphone

2.0

2.0

173

para‑Fluorofentanyl

0.005

0.005

174

Pentazocine

20.0

20.0

175

1‑Pentyl‑3‑(1‑napthoyl)indol (JWH‑018)

5.0

2.0

176

1‑Pentyl‑3‑(4‑methyl‑1‑napthoyl)indole (JWH‑122)

5.0

2.0

177

Pethidine

10.0

10.0

178

Phenadoxone

10.0

10.0

179

Phenampromide

10.0

10.0

180

Phenazocine

1.0

1.0

181

Phencyclidine

2.0

2.0

182

Phendimetrazine

5.0

5.0

183

Phenmetrazine

5.0

5.0

184

Phenomorphan

5.0

5.0

185

Phenoperidine

1.0

1.0

186

Phentermine

5.0

5.0

187

1‑Phenylethyl‑4‑phenyl‑4‑acetoxypiperidine (PEPAP)

2.0

2.0

188

Pholcodine

5.0

5.0

189

Piminodine

10.0

10.0

190

Pipradrol

1.0

1.0

191

Piritramide

1.0

1.0

192

Proheptazine

1.0

1.0

193

Properidine

25.0

25.0

194

Propiram

10.0

10.0

195

Psilocine

0.1

0.1

196

Psilocybine

0.1

0.1

197

Pyrovalerone

0.75

2.0

198

Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC)

5.0

2.0

199

Thebacon

2.0

2.0

200

Thebaine

2.0

2.0

201

Thiofentanyl

0.005

0.005

202

Trimeperidine

10.0

10.0

203

2,3,4‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

204

2,3,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

205

2,3,6‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

206

2,4,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

207

2,4,6‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

208

3,4,5‑Trimethoxyamphetamine

0.75

2.0

209

2,4,5‑Trimethoxyphenethylamine (2C‑O)

0.5

0.5