§ 38. Mr. W. DUCKWORTH
asked the Home Secretary whether he will take steps to amend the Pharmacy and Poisons Act, 1933, so as to make it clear that it is not obligatory for garages and wireless dealers who engage in the charging of accumulators to be registered as sellers of poisons, in so far as such charging involves the use of sulphuric acid?
§ Sir J. SIMON
No, Sir. The sale of sulphuric acid in accumulators is clearly 2301 exempted from the provisions of the Act Rule 11, and the Third Schedule of the Poisons Rules, 1935.