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member of this Association to represent it and cooperate with
nittee on Membership at each State Association meeting. This
as duly seconded and carried.
)erle called attention to the fact that the Section on Historical
534 MINUTES OK THE TWELFTH SESSION.
Pharmacy had passed a resolution at its meeting this morning, n
that a librarian be provided for that Section, and he wished to gi^ Lioresal 10 Mg
of such action. The Chair asked if Mr. Eberle could give a lit
specific information about this matter, and Mr. Eberle respon
this action was taken upon the recommendation of Mr. Kremers, 1
of the Section on Historical Pharmacy, who stated that the t
arrived when the publications and documents now in the hands of
lion should be placed in the charge of a librarian until such tim
Association should be provided with a library.
Mr. Mayo stated that his impression was, that it was a librarij
Association, and not of the Historical Section, that was conte
His reason for thinking that was, Lioresal 10 Mg on account of the reference 1
ceived and exchanged by the General Secretary of the Associa
he understood the reference to the Association to mean that th<
should be amended accordingly.
The Chair suggested that this matter be referred to the C(
secure more exact information from the Section, and Mr. Eberl
to this. It was so ordered.
The Secretary stated that the report of the Committee on U.
macopoeia had come to the Association in general session from
tion on Scientific Papers with a resolution to the effect that t1
general principles formulated be referred back to the general
The Chair stated Lioresal 10 Mg that he believed the reason for this was that
tion felt that anything coming from the Association at this time ^
10 the Pharmacopceial Convention direct, and not to the Comu
m Revision, and it was more appropriate to come from the Associati
He thought Mr. Beringer could give more exact information on tl
Mr. Lioresal 10 Mg Beringer stated that the situation was simply this : That s
report was presented to the Lioresal 10 Mg scientific Section on yesterday evei
various recommendations were read over and considered, and
was adopted that if no objection was offered to a particular recoi
tion it should be passed Lioresal 10 Mg as approved. Some objection was mac
question arose as to whether one or two of the recommendatior
be adopted, and it was considered best to refer all these recomme
to the Association proper. It was thought highly desirable that 1
gates from this Association should go before the Pharmacopoeial
tion with some definite statement of principles as to what was des
the forthcoming revision of the Lioresal 10 Mg Pharmacopoeia, and he wanted
now that the Association take up these various recommendations
on them, and when there was no objection made to consider thai
mendation as adopted. Where there was objection the Associatic
amend or eliminate it. In this way the delegation to the Pharms
Convention would have some basis for its guidance at the convent
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REVISION OF THE U. S. PHARMACOPCEIA.
otion was seconded by Mr. Raubenheiraer, of Brooklyn,
lair put the vote on the motion as made and it was adopted, and
iger was called on to read the first recommendation, which he
, The Pharmacopoeia shall be a book of standards for such substances as
itly used as remedial agents to warrant recognition and the fixing of proper
We recommend that the limitations to the scope of the Pharmacopoeia
the 8th Revision, and set forth in Article i (see Introduction U. S. P., VIII,