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Senator McIntosh offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend by addng the following section: “Sec. 25-a1.

If any physician shall charge more than one dollar for any office examination and prescription where intoxicating liquor is prescribed, he shall forfeit, upon conviction thereof in addition to all other penalties, his certificate to practice medicine in Iowa."

On the question “Shall the amendment be adopted?” the vote was:

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Senator McIntosh offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend by adding the following section: "Sec. 25-a2.

If any druggist, who is the holder of a permit, shall charge more than two dollars a pint for filling any prescription written by a physician for intoxicating liquor, he shall, upon conviction thereof, in addition to all other penalties, forfeit his permit to sell intoxicating liquor in Iowa.”

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Senator McIntosh withdrew the amendment.

Senator Gilchrist offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 53 by striking from lines 37 and 38 the following: “emergency medical treatment by the physicians as defined by federal statutes", and by inserting in lieu thereof the following: "use by them in accordance with federal statutes or regulations or in accordance with state statutes,”.

The amendment was adopted.

Senators Shane and Romkey offered the following amendments and moved their adoption:

1. Amend by striking out all of section 3.

2. Amend by striking the word "court" as it occurs in line 1 of section 26 and substituting in lieu thereof the following, "commissioners of pharmacy".

Senator White moved that the Senate adjourn until 1:30 p. m.

Senator Bowman moved to amend the motion, making the hour 1 p. m.

The amendment was adopted.

The motion prevailed and the Senate adjourned until 1 p. m.

AFTERNOON SESSION

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, President Hammill presiding

THIRD READING OF BILLS

The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File No. 283.
The roll call revealed the presence of the following Senators:

Abben
Adams
Baird

Bowman
Brookhart
Brookins

Buser
Caldwell
Cessna

Darting
Dutcher
Ethell

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Fulton
Johnston
Reed

Shinn
Gilchrist
Kimberly
Rees

Slosson
Goodwin
McIntosh
Romkey

Smith
Hale
Mead
Schmedika

Snook
Hartman
Nelson
Scott

Stoddard
Holdoegel
Newberry
Shaff

Thurston
Horchem
Perkins

Shane
Senators Olson, White, Wichman, Banta, Price, Brown and
Mantz appeared and the President declared the call complete.

Senator Shane withdrew amendment number 2 (striking the word "court'').

The first amendment was adopted.

Senator Shane offered the following amendments and moved their adoption:

1. Amend section 5 by striking the semicolon (;) following the word "made" as it occurs in line 7 of section 5 and substituting a period (.), and striking the rest of said section.

2. Amend by striking the comma (,) following the word "permit" in line 1 of section 21 and inserting in lieu thereof the words “as referred to in this chapter".

3. Amend by striking lines 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of section 49 and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "A corporation which is located and doing a wholesale drug business within this state may be granted a permit to purchase, use and sell intoxicating liquors, not including malt liquors, for the purpose hereinafter specified and for use in compounding and manufacture of patent and proprietary medicines, toilet articles, tinctures, extracts, and other like commodities, none of which are susceptible of use as a beverage but which require as one of their ingredients alcohol or vinous liquors. Application for such permit shall be by petition, which shall show."

4. Amend by striking paragraph 2 of section 53 and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "Alcohol and wine for the purpose of manufacturing patent and proprietary medicines and toilet articles and compounding medicines, tinctures, extracts or other like commodities, none of which are susceptible of use as a beverage to pharmacists who have qualified under the state law and regulations to purchase alcohol and wine for such purposes and who are actively engaged in the retail drug business or in such compounding."

5. Amend by striking paragraph 3 of section 53, and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

"Alcohol and wine for the purpose of manufacturing patent and proprietary medicines and toilet articles and compounding medicines, tinctures, extracts, or other like commodities, none of which are susceptible of use as a beverage, to firms or corporations which are actively engaged in the retail drug business and in compounding such medicines, toilet articles, tincturés, extracts, or other like commodities under the immediate supervision of a pharmacist and who have qualified under the state law and regulations to purchase alcohol and wine for such purposes."

6. Amend by striking the words “of this state" as they occur in line 24 of section 53.

7. Amend by striking the words “of this state" as they occur in line 28 of section 53.

8. Amend by striking the words “of this state" as 'they occur in line 41 of section 53.

9. Amend by striking the words “of this state" as they occur in line 43 of section 53.

10. Amend by striking out all of section 56.
11. Amend by striking out all of sections 57, 58, 59, 60, and 61.
12. Amend by striking paragraph 5 of section 64.

13. Amend by striking all of section 67-a2 after the word "continued" in line 4 and insert in lieu thereof the following: "until its expiration."

14. Amend by inserting a comma (,) and the word "used" after the word "received" in line 4 of section 68.

15. Amend by striking lines 1 and 2 of section 71.

By unanimous consent Senator Shane withdrew amendment No. 11.

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Shane the words as referred to in this chapter" were stricken from the last line of the second amendment and the words "under the provisions of this chapter" were inserted in lieu thereof.

By unanimous consent Senator Shane withdrew amendment No. 3 and offered the following in lieu thereof:

Amend section 49 by adding the words “purchase, use and" after the word "to" in line 2 thereof.

President pro tem. Price took the chair at 1:45 p. m.

By unanimous consent Senator Shane withdrew amendment No. 4 and offered the following in lieu thereof:

Amend by inserting after the word "of" in line 7 of section 53 the words “manufacturing patent and proprietary medicines and toilet articles and".

By unanimous consent Senator Shane withdrew amendment No. 5 and offered the following in lieu thereof:

Amend section 53 by inserting in line 12 after the word "of" the words "manufacturing patent and proprietary medicines and toilet articles and”.

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Shane the following words were added to amendment No. 9: “also amend by striking the words ‘of this state' from line 36 of section 53".

The first nine amendments were adopted.

On the question “Shall amendment No. 10 be adopted ?” the vote was:

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By unanimous consent Senator Shane withdrew amendment No. 15 and offered the following in lieu thereof:

Amend by striking out all of section 71 and by adding the following to section 69: "Said blank forms may be exact reproductions of the blank forms furcished by the Federal Department.”

The remainder of the amendments were adopted.

Senator Romkey offered the following amendments and moved their adoption:

1. Amend section 7, line 2, by inserting following the word “appear" the words “in person or”.

2. Amend section 12, line 8, following the word “applications” by striking the comma and inserting a period and striking the words “as will best subserve the public good".

3. Amend section 22, line 5, by striking therefrom the words "federal statutes and regulations" and inserting in lieu thereof "state statutes".

4. Amend section 53, line 29, by placing a period following the word "persons" and striking the words "as defined by federal statutes and regulations."

4-a. Amend section 53, lines 4 and 5, by striking the words "federal statutes and regulations” and inserting in lieu thereof "state statutes".

5. Amend section 55, line 3, by striking the words "federal statutes and regulations" and inserting in lieu thereof "state statutes."

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