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KANSAS LIQUOR LAWS AS THEY AFFECT MEDICINE AND PHARMACY.
L. E. SAYKE.
Discussion of the liquor laws of an individual state may seem to be too
sectional to occupy the attention of a national body, such as this Associa
tion. Yet investigation of the efficiency of particular laws in certain locali-
ties is one of the surest methods of arriving at positive conclusions re-
garding the efficiency of different kinds of laws.
Kansas has for years been a much discussed example of a state with
prohibitory laws. Criticism of the laws, favorable and adverse, has been
made with various degrees of truthfulness and 800 Mg Motrin by persons with various 800 Mg Motrin de-
grees of familiarity with their execution.
This brief discussion of the laws, in their relation to druggists, is based
on material from the office of the Attorney-General of Kansas, collected
by the Assistant Attorney-General, Mr. John Marshall.
Kansas enacted her first prohibitory law in 1881. This law provided
for the sale of intoxicating liquors by 800 Mg Motrin any druggist who might obtain a per-
mit from the probate judge of his county to sell such intoxicating liquors
for medical, mechanical and scientific purposes, upon the 800 Mg Motrin written or
printed prescription of a practicing physician, who was regularly engaged
in the practice of his profession as a business.
Under this law a large number of drug-stores having permits made
arrangements with physicians by which thirsty individuals obtained the
necessary prescriptions. This abuse of the law, especially by physicians,
was very prevalent. A number of physicians throughout the state were
prosecuted under this law for giving prescriptions when they had reason
to believe that the person asking for the liquor did not need it for legiti-
mate purposes, but desired to use it as a beverage.
In 1885 this law was repealed and another law 800 Mg Motrin enacted in its stead.
The latter which, during the time in which it was enforced, bringing the
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druggists of this state into such disrepute, has been known as the
Permit Law. It was amended somewhat in 1887, and again
Under this law a person who desired to obtain an intoxicating
I * medical, mechanical or scientific purposes, signed and swore to a
^ ^ tion for such liquor, and then procured the liquor from a drugg
: ^ a permit.
This law, also, was

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