Sir HENRY DRAYTON:
There is no
change in regulation, though there is a change in the rate of tax. Last year I was scolded for taxing the poor man's medicine which was made by these very manufacturers; this year I am trying to get away from that and to make the poor man's medicine cheap. Unfortunately there are some chemists who still make up their own alcoholic preparations, and it will cost them just so much more under thns provision. If there is any suggestion my hon. friend has to offer by which the matter could be worked out to better advantage I would be most happy to consider it.