§ 21-28-3.23. Advertising controlled substances.
No practitioner, manufacturer, or wholesaler shall solicit by public advertisement or otherwise application to him or her for prescription for, or sales of, controlled substances, or shall publicly advertise any treatment the principal element of which consists in the administering, dispensing, furnishing, giving away, or delivering of a controlled substance, except, that the manufacturer or wholesaler may advertise in journals and publications or by other means intended for circulation among the medical profession and drug trade generally.
(P.L. 1974, ch. 183, § 2.)