Registry of dating practitioners
Well over half of the states in the country require a state controlled substances registration in addition to a DEA registration.
In these cases, the DEA will not issue a registration until the practitioner has obtained a valid state controlled substances registration.
In the decades since William Archer oversaw the first registrations of births and deaths in Victoria, the Registry - now known fondly as BDM - has grown to become a leader in the accurate recording of significant life events.
A: Your Massachusetts business address must be listed on the front of the application.While we began recording births, marriages and deaths in Victoria from 1853, we also hold records of church baptisms, marriages and burials dating back to 1836.If you're curious about the past, you can search these records yourself through our family history research database.If you wish to have the registration mailed to a different address, please note this fact on the application or in a separate letter. A: Most practitioners will need to register only their primary place of business.It is often advisable, for example, to have your registration mailed to your home if you have not yet begun work at the business address. A: Check off amended information for any change to your previously submitted application. A second registration is only required if the practitioner stores stock or sample controlled substances at a second location as well.