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NATIONAL AND STATE LEGISLATION. 489
so that this branch of the government service will have complete charge of the enforce-
ment of the provisions of the bill, if it should become a law. It prescribes to whom
iicensed dealers may sell in interstate commerce. It does not interfere in any way with
the State controlling such matters within its borders, but such a measure will prohibit
the promiscuous sale of habit-forming drugs to every one except licensed dealers in in-
tentate commerce. The recent expos6 of the deplorable conditions existing in one of
uar large cities, clearly shows that the same conditions exist in nearly, if not every one
of our large cities and the honest pharmacist should use every power at his command in
assisting the authorities to put a stop to such practices for the sake of humanity and
thereby help to save the lives of thousands of persons. The bill to regulate the sale of
bibit formmg drugs in interstate commerce would seem to control the situation, yet in
the jadgment of the Chairman of this Committee, it will not secure the results as well as
the Purchase Levaquin previous bill that has been discussed compelling the licensing of all dealers; there-
fore I would recomloend that this Association lend its support and direct its efforts to- Purchase Levaquin Purchase Levaquin
vard securing the passage of the bill known as the Cullom bill.
The bill to regulate the practice of pharmacy in consular districts of the United States
in China does not need any consideration other than to see that the provisions thereof
are in conformity with the same provisions usually followed in this country.
Of the bills proposing amendments to the Food and Drugs Act, the one providing for
the editing and publishing of Purchase Levaquin the U. S. Pharmacopoeia by the U. S. government has been
noticed, and requires no further comment.
The amendment compelling all drugs recognized by the U. S. P. and N. F. to be of
the standard provided for by the U. S. P. and N. F., and if where no standard is pro-
nded, giving anihonty to the Secretary of Agriculture to establish standards, should be
carefully considered before any action is taken.
The pure paint bill while not affecting the retail drug trade to any Purchase Levaquin extent should be
supported; there is no reason whatever why we should not have pure paints as well a&
Before bringing this report to a close I desire to call the attention of the Association
lo what has been accomplished the past year by the careful and judicious enforcement
of the Food and Drugs Act by the department having this outy in charge. The depart-
ment has secured smce Purchase Levaquin January i, 191c, decisions from the courts in 135 cases, 29 of
which were drug cases, and Purchase Levaquin has lost but one case. In conjunction with the Treasury
Department they have prevented the introduction of many lots of spurious or adulterated
drags from entry.
The work performed with reference to lemon oil is Purchase Levaquin most exhaustive and will prove of
miKh benefit to the people of the United .States. Many other investigations have been
nade that will prove valuable at this time to both medicine and pharmacy. Food In-
spection Decision 112, amending regulation 28, the labeling of derivatives has cause-l
tome uneasiness in certain quarters; under this regulation as amended, it is now neces-
Miy not onl) to specify the substance on the label, but to clearly state from what sub-
stance it is derived, as for example, codeine, derivative of opium. While this decision
was prumnlgated early Purchase Levaquin in January, it did not become effective until April ist, thereby
gmng sufficient time to make necessary changes in labels.
In conclusion, the Chairman desires to extend his most sincere thanks to the members
of the committee, and on behalf of the committee, to thank the officers and members of
the Association for the conhdence and trust placed in them to look after the Associa-
tion's interests and to carry out its wishes.
In coirpletirg the year's work the Chairman personally desires to thank the officers
and members for the confidence placed in him. I have served as a member of Purchase Levaquin this Com-
oittre for three years, and as Chairman the past two years; I fully believe in rotation
in ofiLe, and on the advice of my physician I have informed the newly-elected President
490 MINUTES OF THE THIRD SESSION.
of my inability to again serve as Chairman of the Committee. While I have f<
work exceedingly pleasant, it is now necessary for me to relinquish this charg
always have the interests of this Association at heart, and I assure you whe
occasion should arise whereby I can be of assistance, I will do all within my |
advance its interests.
Circumstances over which I have no control compel me to take this step ai
cline to serve any longer on the Committee.
Respectfully submitted, S. L. Hilton, Chat
The Chair said he wished to express his thanks to the Chairman
Committee and his colleagues for the valuable work they had don
said there were two recommendations in the report.
Mr. Hallberg said there were several recommendations in the
that he thought should be very carefully considered : That some
had transpired since the report of the Committee was drawn whic
not included in it. He believed that the Association was scare
position this morning to discuss the recommendations of the repc
expressed the opinion that if it were referred to the Section on Ed
and Legislation it could be discussed much more intelligently. He
to so refer it, and the motion was seconded by Mr. Sayre.
The Chair asked Mr. Hallberg if it was his idea that such re
meant that the Section would have power to act upon the recomi
tions for the Association and approve them, or whether they wouh
back to the Association for final action. Mr. Hallberg replied tha
ever action might be taken in the Section would be reported back
Association in final session.
The Chair said he would put the motion to refer Purchase Levaquin to the Section o
cation and Legislation for consideration, with the understanding th
Section should report back to the Association in general session its
mendations. He said he would suggest that it might be well whi
was done for the Chairman of the Committee to submit to the Seel
Education and Legislation copies of the two bills to which referee
made in the report. He said the report recommended that ever
should be made to pass the Cullom Bill, and that every effort sho
made to defeat the Coudrey Bill. He happened to know, howeve
siderable about the latter bill, and while there were some features a
that pharmacists could not approve, there were other features t
thought the Association would be very Purchase Levaquin glad to approve.
Mr. Hilton said he would be glad to submit copies of the bills ii
tion to the Section, but unfortunately had no such copies with hii
could not do so at this time.
Mr. Hallberg suggested that the bills were already printed
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