JAMA. 1933;100(10):757. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740100051027.
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Government Monopoly of Drugs and Narcotics  Under the presidency of Gazi Mustapha Kemal Pasha, the council of ministers has assembled to formulate the policy that is to govern the amendment of the drugs and narcotics law. The bill will be presented at the reopening of the assembly. The international agreements of the 1923 conference at The Hague and the 1925 and 1931 conference at Geneva were given first attention. It has been decided that the three privately owned Istanbul laboratories where drugs and narcotics were manufactured, which last year were closed by the government because of violation of the law, will be refused permission to engage further in the manufacture of drugs and narcotics, and all other private manufacture is to cease. The amendment is to provide for special courts for the punishment of any one guilty of violating the law. The manufacture of drugs and narcotics for medicinal purposes


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