Reports of Committees. Report of Committee on Quality of Medicinal Products, August, 1915*

1916 The Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (1912)  
During the past year there has been no improvement in the record of failure to keep ordinary solutions up to their stanclard strength. One Board reports over 18 percent of all samples as varying from standard. Forty-one samples of spirit of peppermint were of officlal strength, while twenty ranged from 24 percent to 80 percent of official strength. Nine samples of spirit of anise were of full official strength, while ten ranged from 0 percent to 89 percent. Nineteen samples of spirit camphor
more » ... f spirit camphor were full strength, while nine ranged from 65 percent to 85 percent. Seventeen samples of spirit wintergreen were all right, but one was 22Y2 percent. Twenty-seven samples of tincture iodine were of full strength, while twenty-two ranged from 33 percent to 84.5 percent.
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