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IP2007-Vol-1

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INDIANPHARMACOPOEIA2007
Volume 1
THE INDIAN PHARMACOPOEIA COMMISSIONGHAZIABAD
 
ISBN 81-903436-0-3© 2007, Indian Pharmacopoeia CommissionApplication for reproduction should be made to the INDIAN PHARMACOPOEIA COMMISSIONSector-23, Raj Nagar,Ghaziabad-201 002IndiaTale: (91-120) – 2783401Fax: (91-120) – 2783311Web-site: www.ipc.gov.in E.mail: ipclab@vsnl.net
Effective from 31
st
March 2008
On behalf of 
:GOVERNMENT OF INDIAMINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
 Designed, produced & published by
: THE INDIAN PHARMACOPOEIA COMMISSIONCENTRAL INDIAN PHARMACOPOEIA LABORATORYGOVT. OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARESECTOR-23, RAJ NAGAR, GHAZIABAD-201 002.
Printed by
: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONAND INFORMATION RESOURCES (NISCAIR)COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCHPUSA GATE, K. S. KRISHNAN MARG, NEW DELHI – 110012
Price:
Inland Rs25000.00Foreign- $1000.00£500.00
 
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IP 2007NOTICES
Notices
Legal Notices
In India, under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940, the currentedition of Indian Pharmacopoeia is a book of standards fordrugs included therein and the standards as included in theIndian Pharmacopoeia would be official. Also, in several otherlaws of India, the Indian Pharmacopoeia is recognised as thestandard book. It is expedient that enquiry be made in eachcase in order to ensure that the provisions of any such law arebeing complied with. In general, the Drugs and CosmeticsAct, 1940, the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic SubstancesAct, 1985, the Poisons Act, 1919 and the rules framedthereunder should be consulted. These statutes empower theGovernment agencies to enforce the law using thiscompendium. The monographs of the Indian Pharmacopoeiashould be read subject to the restriction imposed by thoselaws which are applicable.If considered necessary, the standards included in IndianPharmacopoeia can be amended and the Secretary-cum-Scientific Director is authorised to issue such amendments.Whenever such amendments are issued, the IndianPharmacopoeia would be deemed to have been amendedaccordingly.
Patents And Trade Marks
In the Indian Pharmacopoeia, certain drugs and preparationshave been included notwithstanding the existence of actualor potential rights in any part of the world. In so far as suchsubstances are protected by Letters Patent their inclusion inthe Indian Pharmacopoeia neither conveys, nor implies, licenceto manufacture without due permission, authority, or licencefrom the person or persons in whom such rights exist.The titles given under the individual monographs are publicproperty. These titles cannot be patented as trade marks andno person is permitted to patent any trade mark devising theroot of these titles.

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