Therapeutic Substances Act, 1932


Therapeutic Substances To Which This Act Applies.

1.—The substances commonly known as vaccines, sera, toxins, antitoxins and antigens.

2.—The substance commonly known as salvarsan (dioxy-diamino-arseno-benzol-di-hydrochloride) and analogous substances used for the specific treatment of infective disease.

3.—Preparations of the specific antidiabetic principle of the pancreas, known as insulin.

4.—Preparations of the posterior lobe of the pituitary body intended for use by injection.