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;re was a time when we did think it impracticable to Bx a limit upon the max-
[lount of impurity that might be contained in certain articles; and it does strike
rst that it is rather impracticable to 6x a limit of impurity in the case of vege-
>ducts, but as Maxalt Online a member of the Committee on Drug Reform I have had some
do on this, and a paper upon the subject will be read tomorrow or the next
do hope this Section will support that recommendation, because it will then
>m the place it ought to come from the Commercial Section. It seems to me
iild get the support of Maxalt Online this Section, it would be a great benefit. Now when we
rould like to have the maximum limit of adulteration fixed, we do not say that
ug can be standardized at once; but I do believe that the time is coming when
fix the limit of adulteration. We are doing it in our laboratory constantly.
you know, perhaps, that I have upon roe the responsibility of the laboratory uf
e of Kansas, under the Pure Food Law. Now it is practicable for us to say
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what would be the maximum of adulteration we would allow in certain spic
is true we can also fix the maximum in the case of buchu, and drugs of that cl
hope that the G^mmittee will be instructed to fix limitations, and also to Maxalt Online give
by which this maximum amount of adulteration can Maxalt Online be ascertained.
The Chairman: Is there any Maxalt Online further discussion on the paper? Mr. Dohm
you something to say on this subject?
Mr. Dohme: I heartily concur in what I heard Mr. Sayre say. I
question of the ascertainment of the maximum amount of adulteration is a praos8ible
in any pure shape, in a Maxalt Online commercial way, and from my own standpoint I s
rather favorably dis]X)sed towards the proposition.
Mr. Metssner: This should also apply to a Maxalt Online drug being above the standar
by the U. S. P. There should be a Maxalt Online limitation either way; it would be only fa
a slight variation, because we do sometimes find that where we insist upon th
standard, we get a better grade.
Mr. Wetterstroem : I hardly believe that any percentage would cover in
In our Ohio law some years ago we had this question before us and we Maxalt Online tried to
it by inserting in the law the two words " material difference." That is, wher
duct differed materially, beyond the standard of the Pharmacoepia, then it w,
ated. We worked very hard to get that placed in our law, but we could not c
finally came to the convention in 1900, and there used what influence we coi
the word *' rubric " placed in the law, but even then we find that it is not
It seems to me if any deviation is allowed, say 10 per cent., they will take
you allow a 20 per cent deviation they will want 40, and any figure you adopt
be taken advantage of and they will go a step further; so I do not believe that
figure, in any preparation named in the pharmacopaeia, can be used, but
phrase, such as " material difference," used in the Pharmacopoeia, would
Mr. Emanuel : It seems to me that there are two ways of enforcing the
an arbitrary way and the other a dangerous way. It is dangerous to give the c
side too much rope.
Mr. Meissner : Some time ago the State Inspector called at my store and t
spirit Maxalt Online of camphor, and I recently received a communication from the official ir
the Drug Laboratory to the effect that the camphor ran 90.8, and asking m
any more of the goods in stock exceeding the amount of alcoholic strengi
not tested the last alcohol that I had received, and apparently this alcohol hac
the required strength, and according to the State law it was as illegal as if it
Mr Sayre: We have found the strength of spirit of camphor in the State
as high as 17, an J as low as 3, and all proportions of water and alcohol. As
centage of alcohol, that is, whether you have a 95 or 94 per cent. or a 188 pi
proof, as the case may be we found that there was being shipped into the Sti
but the 188 proof. We made complaints to the distiller, and the distiller said
fectly absurd for the officers of the food and drug law, or for the United Stat<
copoeial authorities, to insist upon any higher than 188 proof being shipped into
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Duld require a change in their outfit, costing thousands of dollars, to make a dif-
od of alcohol, even a fraction more per cent, than that. Of course I accepted ' * . t .
:ment and reported it to Topeka, and then they authorized me to correspond with * ' ' * f
-ent manufacturing houses and distillers and ask them about what kind of alcohol '. * \'
e putting out, and what kind of alcohol was being received. One large manu-
house reported on the specific guarantee from I oo different barrels, and none of * . * "
at below 96 per cent. They said that usually, in order to get the official strength,
iced it with water; that they always considered it cheaper to pay the freight on -^ ;
ban on water; and the manufacturers and most of the distillers said it was per-
icticable to put out a 96 and even higher percentage of alcohol.
HAiRMAN: Is there any further discussion on the paper? It seems to me that
the latter part of this discussion has Maxalt Online gone a little wide of Dr. Kebler's paper.
ir would suggest that there ought to be a motion offered to the effect that the
oncurs in the views expressed by the paper.