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Página 14 - SEC. 5. Section 2565 of the Internal Revenue Code is hereby amended by adding the following new reference at the end thereof: "Isonipecaine.— Subsection (e)." SEC. 6. The first paragraph of section 3220 of the Internal Revenue Code is hereby amended by striking out the word "or...
Página 75 - ... drug or drugs conferring upon it medicinal qualities other than those possessed by the narcotic drug alone. Such preparation shall be prescribed, administered, dispensed, and sold in good faith as a medicine, and not for the purpose of evading the provisions of this act.
Página 14 - ... and by inserting in each immediately following such phrase the words "or barbiturate,". SEC. 4. The first sentence of section 2558 (b) of the Internal Revenue Code (providing for confiscation and disposal of seized narcotics) is hereby amended by inserting immediately after the words "All opium, coca leaves, isonipecaine, opiates," the word "barbiturates,"; and by deleting the word "and" before the word "opiates" in the phrase "all salts, derivatives, and preparations of opium, coca leaves, isonipecaine,...
Página 76 - Pharmacy, (1) make such files or records available to such officer or employee, at all reasonable hours, for inspection and copying, and (2) accord to such officer or employee full opportunity to check the correctness of such files or records, including opportunity to make inventory of all stocks of barbiturates on hand ; and it shall be unlawful for any such person to fail to make such files or records available or to accord such opportunity to check their correctness.
Página 75 - Such compound, mixture, or preparation is intended for use as a spray or gargle or for external application and contains, in addition to such salts or derivatives, some other drug or drugs rendering it unfit for internal administration.
Página 14 - ... as used herein shall have the same meaning as defined in section 3228 (g) of the Internal Revenue Code." SEC. 8. Sections 1 and 2 of the Act of August 12, 1937, as amended, entitled "An Act to increase the punishment of second, third, and subsequent offenders against the narcotic laws
Página 40 - is not confined in its exercise to the regulation of commerce among the states. It extends to those intrastate activities which so affect interstate commerce, or the exertion of the power of Congress over it, as to make regulation of them appropriate means to the attainment of a legitimate end.
Página 76 - Pharmacists shall, in addition to complying with the provisions of subsection (a), retain each prescription for a barbiturate received by them, for not less than two calendar years immediately following the date of the filling or the date of the last refilling of such prescription, whichever is the later date.
Página 41 - That a legislative presumption of one fact from evidence of another may not constitute a denial of due process of law or a denial of the equal protection of the law it is only essential that there shall be some rational connection between the fact proved and the ultimate fact presumed, and that the inference of one fact from proof' of another shall not be so unreasonable as to be a purely arbitrary mandate.