Kent Guide Manual (Harrison Narcotic Law) and Progessional Registry, Physicians, Dentists, Druggists, and Veterinarians, with List of Nurses, United States Internal Revenue Collection District No. 1, State of California, Including

Kent Guide Manual (Harrison Narcotic Law) and Progessional Registry, Physicians, Dentists, Druggists, and Veterinarians, with List of Nurses, United States Internal Revenue Collection District No. 1, State of California, Including

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...words, the form only, and not the substance would be changed. The demurrers are overruled. In entering items calling for narcotic preparations and remedies on the order form issued in accordance with the provisions of sec. 2 of the Act of Dec. 17, 1914, the quantity of narcotic drug to the ounce must be indicated, r, if ordered in tablet form, the total number of tablets and the quantity in grains per tablet should be stated. The signing of Narcotic order forms with a firm name with no other name to indicate who wrote the order will not be permitted. The name of the principal officer of a firm, corporation, partnership or company, . or the person who is granted, through power of attoney, authority to sign such orders must invariably appear thereon, and druggists and dealers are cautioned against filling such orders unless these requirements are complied with. Stamps or printed signatures on order forms are not permitted, and in every instance there must be an individual responsibility in the preparing and signing of these forms. (T. D. 2254)-Oct. 20, 1915. SUSPENDING RULING CONTAINED IN FIRST PARA-GRAPH 0F T. D. 2244 F SEPT. 20, 1915 UNTIL JANUARY 1,1916. Ruling contained in first paragraph of T. _D. 2244 of Sept. 20, 1915, suspended until January 1, 1916. The second paragraph of T. D. 2244, relating to the signing of narcotic order forms is not suspended. The ruling contained in the first paragraph of T. D. 2244 of Sept. 20, 1915, requiring the quantity of narcotic drug to the ounce, or if in tablet form the total number of tablets, and the quantity in grains per tablet to be indicated on the official narcotic order forms, is hereby suspended until January 1, . 1916, in order to give manufacturers, dealers, and other persons...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123673968X
  • 9781236739681