21 U.S. Code Chapter 7 - PRACTICE OF PHARMACY AND SALE OF POISONS IN CONSULAR DISTRICTS IN CHINA

Sec. 201. Doing business without a license unlawful; employment of Chinese subjects. 202. Certain classes of persons and corporations excepted; insecticides. 203. Application for license; requirements; qualifications for license. 204. Issuance of license. 205. Display of license in pharmacy. 206. Revocation of license. 207. Restrictions on sales; written orders or prescriptions. 208. Certain preparations and sales excepted. 209. Poisons; book entry of sale; labels. 210. Pharmacist; unauthorized use of title. 211. Preservation of originals of prescriptions compounded and copies thereof; inspection of prescriptions by consular officers; marking containers of drugs. 212. Offenses; punishment; duty to enforce provisions. 213. Fraudulent representations to evade or defeat restrictions. 214. Previous laws unaffected. 215. “Consul” defined.

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