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Full text of "Medical Jurisprudence And Toxicology"

426                                               MEDICAL jnORISPRUDENCE

Under the rules described in Part IV, biological and other special
products,4 such as sera, solution of serum proteins intended for injection,
vaccines, toxins, antigens, antitoxins, neoarsphenamine and analogous
substances used for the specific treatment of infective diseases, insulin,
pituitary (posterior lobe) extract, adrenaline and solutions of salts of
adrenaline, penicillin and other antibiotics in a form to be administered
parenterally, any other preparations in a form to be administered parenter-
ally, sterilized surgical ligature and sterilized surgical suture, preparations
of the digitalis group of drugs, not in a form to be administered parenterally,
ergot and its preparations not in a form to be administered parenterally,
adrenaline preparations not in a form to be administered parenterally, fish
liver oil, preparations containing any vitamins not in a form to be adminis-
tered parenterally, preparations containing liver extract not in a form to be
administered parenterally and preparations containing hormones not in a
form to be administered parenterallg, vaccines not in a form to be adminis-
tered parenterally, penicillin and other antibiotics not in a form to be
administered parenterally, must be imported only under a licence., They
must comply with the specified standards of strength, quality and "purity,
and they must be packed and labelled in the prescribed manner. Small
quantities of drugs may be imported for personal use, provided that they
form part of a passenger's bcma fide baggage and are intended for the
exclusive personal use of the passenger. Small quantities of drugs for
personal use may be imported after obtaining the requisite licence from the
Drugs Controller (India), New Delhi.

The following is a list of poisons given in Schedule E to which special
restrictions apply with regard to their storage and sale and the dispensing
of medical prescriptions containing any of these drugs : 

Acetanilide; Alkyl acetanilides.

Aconite, roots of.

Alkaloids, the following; their salts, simple or complex:

Acetyldihydrocodeinone; its esters.

Aconite, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.02 per cent of the
alkaloids of aconite.

Apomorphine,  except  substances  containing less  than  0.2  per  cent apomorphine.

Atropine, except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent of atropine.

Belladonna, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.15 per cent of the
alkaloids of belladonna calculated as hyoscyamine.

Benzoylmorphine.

Benzylmorphine.

Brucine, except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent of brucine.

Calabar bean, alkaloids of.

Coca, alkaloids of, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent of the alka-
loids of coca.

Cocaine, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent of cocaine.

Codeine, except substances containing less than one per cent of codeine.

Colchicine, except substances containing less than 0.5 per cent of colchicine.

Coniine, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent of coniine.

Cotarnine, except substances containing less than 0.2 per cent of cotarnine.

Curarine.

Diamorphine  (Diacetylmorphine hydrochloride).

DIhydroeodeinone; its esters.

Dihydroxycodeinone; its esters.

Dihydromorphine; its esters.

Dihydromorphinone; its esters.

Ecgonine, except substances containing less than 0.1 per cent of ecgonine; its esters.

'4.   Vide Schedules C and C(l).