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7. Amend section 64, line 7, by striking the word “residence" and inserting the words "place of business” in lieu thereof.

Amendment No. 4-a was adopted.

The roll was called to ascertain whether the call of the Senate was complete.

The roll call revealed the presence of a complete membership.

Senator Buser offered the following amendment as a substitute amendment for amendment No. 5, and moved its adoption:

Amend section 55 by inserting after the word "federal” in line 3 the following: “or state". Also amend by striking from line 3 the word "or" appearing after the word "statute" and inserting the word "and" in lieu thereof.

The substitution was made.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Buser moved that the vote by which amendment No. 4-a was adopted be reconsidered which motion prevailed.

Senator Buser offered the following amendment as a substitute for amendment No. 4-a and moved its adoption:

Amend section 53 by adding at the beginning of line 5 after the word "federal” in line 4 the words "and state".

The substitution was made.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Buser moved that the vote by which amendment No. 3, by Senator Romkey, was adopted yesterday be reconsidered, which motion prevailed.

Senator Buser offered the following amendment as a substitute amendment for amendment No. 3, and moved its adoption:

Amend section 22 by adding after the word “federal" in line 5 the words "and state".

The substitution was made.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Wichman moved that the vote by which amendment No. 4, by Senator Romkey, was adopted yesterday be reconsidered, which motion prevailed.

Senator Romkey withdrew amendment No. 4.

Senator Romkey withdrew amendment No. 6.
Amendment No. 7 was adopted.

Senator Brookhart offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 22 by adding thereto the following as sub-section 7:

"7. The permit holder shall label the bottle of every prescription filled stating the cost of the content thereof in plain figures and it shall be a misdemeanor for any permit holder to charge more than seventy-five per cent profit on the original cost thereof, and a false statement of the original cost shall be forgery."

Senator Shaff raised the point of order that this matter was acted upon in substantially the same form yesterday.

The President held the point not well taken as the amendment referred to was withdrawn without being considered.

Senator Gilchrist offered the following amendment to the amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend the amendment by adding thereto the following: “The expenses of procuring the permit may be included in fixing the amount of such original cost."

The amendment to the amendment was adopted.

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Brookhart the word “forgery” was stricken and the word “perjury” was inserted in lieu thereof.

Senator Shane offered the following amendment to the amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend the amendment by striking the comma (,) after the word "thereof” in line 4 and the words "and a false statement of the original cost shall be perjury".

Senator Price moved the previous question, including in his motion that the rules be suspended and each Senator that has amendments filed be allowed time to close on his amendments.

Senator Price asked that his motion be divided.

The motion to allow each Senator time to close on his amendment was lost.

· Senator Price withdrew his motion for the previous question.

The amendment to the amendment was adopted.

The amendment was lost.

Senator Brookhart offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 1 by adding thereto the following:

“But no permit shall be granted to a registered pharmacist to buy, keep and sell such intoxicating liquors within six miles of any state school or college."

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

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Senator Stoddard offered the following amendments and moved their adoption:

Amend section twenty-five (25) as amended by inserting after the word "not" in line 12 the following: "less than thirty (30) days and not”.

Also amend said section by changing the word "the" in line 12 to the word “a”.

Senator Brookins offered the following amendment to the first amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend the amendment by striking out the words and figures “thirty (30) days" and inserting the words and figure "one (1) year" in lieu thereof.

The amendment to the amendment was adopted.

The amendments were adopted.

Senator Romkey offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 25, as amended, by adding the words “as a part of the judgment,” following the word "court” in line 10.

Also by striking from line 12 the words "for a period of” and inserting in lieu thereof the words "for a period of not less than one year and".

Senator Romkey withdrew the last section of the amendment. The first part of the amendment was adopted.

Senator Romkey offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 53 of Senate File 283 by inserting following sub-section 11 the following:

"12. Alcohol and other intoxicating liquors to any person, firm, or corporation located and doing business in any foreign state and legally entitled to purchase and receive such liquors under the laws of such foreign state.”

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Romkey offered the following amendment and moved its adoption :

Amend by striking out all of section 75-a1.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Stoddard offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 49 by striking the words "within this state” from line 2 of section 49 and by inserting said words in line 1 of said section, after the word “located”.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Buser offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section twenty-five (25) as amended by adding as an additional paragraph the following: “The Pharmacy Commission may, upon its own motion, and shall upon complaint filed by any citizen of the state against any permit holder, investigate violations of this act by any permit holder and if such board shall find that any permit holder has violated any of the provisions of this act in the filling of prescriptions contrary to the provisions of this act, they shall enter an order revoking the license of such pharınacist for a period of not less than one year and not exceeding five years. The statutes as to notice, charges, procedure and appeals, under chapter fourteen (14) of title VI of the compiled code shall apply to the proceedings hereby authorized so far as applicable.”

Senator Holdoegel offered the following amendment to the amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend by inserting after the word "prescriptions" the words "for the illegal sale of liquor".

The amendment to the amendment was adopted.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Stoddard withdrew the following amendments:

Amend by striking from line four (4) of section fifty-four (54) the words "in the state".

Amend by adding as an additional section the following:

Sec. 58-a. "The provisions of section fifty-eight (58) shall not apply to sales made to persons, firms or corporations outside the state of Iowa who are now authorized to purchase the same under the federal law."

Senator Brookins offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend by inserting immediately after section 26 the following: "Sec. 26-al. Disqualification.

Any licensed pharmacist who is hereafter convicted of violating any provision of any statute relating to intoxicating liquors, or who for the purpose of avoiding a prosecution for such violation, surrenders a permit issued under this chapter, shall be forever barred from securing a further permit under this chapter."

Senator Price offered the following amendment as a substitute for Senator Brookins' amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend section 26 by inserting after the word "court” in line 1 the words "as a part of its judgment" and by striking the word "may" from line 2 and inserting the word “shall” in lieu thereof.

On motion of Senator Smith the Senate adjourned until 1:30

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.

Senator Brookins moved to amend his amendment by striking the words preceding the word "any" where said word first occurs, and by inserting the remainder of the amendment after the period in line 7 of section 12.

The amendment to the amendment was adopted.

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