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Dangerous Drugs Ordinance [ Cap. 154]

The Republic of Sierra Leone Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Sierra Leone 10 April 1926 Legislation/regulation drugs legislation, prevention, substance use

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An ordinance to give effect to measures decided upon in the International Opium Convention signed at Geneva, on the 19th day of February, 1925, and to regulate the importation, exportation, manufacture, sale and use of opium and other dangerous drugs, in the Colony and the Protectorate.

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