BCC Emergency Regulation Definitions
The definitions in the BCC Emergency Regulations are:
(a) “Act” means the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act
(b) “Bureau” means the Bureau of Cannabis Control, previously named the Bureau of Marijuana Control, Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, and Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation.
(c) “Cannabis goods” means cannabis, including dried flower, and products containing cannabis.
(d) “Cannabis waste” means waste that is not hazardous waste, as defined in Public Resources Code. section 40141, that contains cannabis and that. has been made unusable and unrecognizable in the manner prescribed in sections 5054 and 5055 of this division.
(e) “Canopy” means the designated areas) at a licensed premise. that will contain mature plants at any point in time.
(f) “Delivery employee” means an individual employed by a retailer who delivers cannabis goods from the retailer premises to a customer at a physical address.
(g) “Free cannabis goods” means any amount of cannabis goods provided to any person without cost or payment or exchange of any other thing of value.
(h) “Limited-access area” means an area in which cannabis goods are stored or held and is only accessible to a licensee and its employees and contractors.
(i) “Lot number” or “batch number” means a distinctive group of numbers, letters, or symbols or any combination of these that is unique to a group of cannabis goods.
(j) “Medicinal cannabis patient’ includes a qualified patient as defined in Health and Safety Code section 11362.7 and a person in possession of a valid identification cazd issued under Health and Safety Code section 11362.71.
(k) “Non-volatile solvent’ means any solvent used in the extragtion process that is not a volatile solvent. For purposes of this division, a nonvolatile solvent includes carbon dioxide (CO2) used for extraction and ethanol used for extraction or post-extraction processing.
(1) “Package” and “Packaging” means any container or wrapper Yhat may be used for enclosing or containing any cannabis goods for final retail sale. “Package” and “packaging” does not include a shipping container or outer wrapping used solely for the transport of cannabis goods in bulk quantity to a licensee.
(m) “Publicly owned land” means any building or real property that is owned by a city, county, state, federal, or other. government entity.
(n) “Residential area” is an area that is within 600 feet of any single-family or multifamily residence, other than commercial hotels, motels, and similar establishments for temporary lodging.
(o) “Retail area” means a building, room, or other area that is open to the public, upon the retailer premises in which cannabis goods are sold or displayed.
(p) “Security monitoring” means the continuous and uninterrupted attention to potential alarm signals that can be transmitted.from a security alarm system for the purpose of summoning law enforcement.
(q) “Sublet’ means to lease or rent all or part of a leased or rented property
(r) “Transport” means the physical movement of cannabis goods from one licensed premises to another licensed premises.
(s) “Vehicle alarm system” is a device or series of devices installed to discourage theft of the vehicle or its contents and is intended to summon general attention or to summon law enforcement as a result of an indication of an attempted breach of the vehicle.