§1734. Duties of buyer of tuberculin

Published: 2015

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1734. Duties of buyer of tuberculin

A person buying

or procuring tuberculin shall not use or dispose of it until assured in writing

by the person from whom the tuberculin is received that its delivery has been

reported to the secretary or unless he has reported its receipt to such

secretary with information required to be furnished by those who distribute

tuberculin. The person buying or procuring tuberculin shall keep a correct

record of the amount received, the amount used, and the amount on hand. He

shall report these facts whenever any tuberculin is used and, if at any time

unused tuberculin is not deemed fit or is not to be used, such person shall

forward it to such secretary with a statement showing his name and address,

where and when such tuberculin was procured, the amount procured at the time,

and the amount used. If the amount forwarded to such secretary and the amount

used do not equal the amount procured, a statement shall be made as to the

disposition of the remainder. (Amended 2003, No. 42, § 2, eff. May 27, 2003.)