At our university in Buffalo, NY, we have to sign out the alcohol we
purchase from the university (we could buy it from Sigma or other places, I
suppose, but generally want to avoid the SH fee). I was told the State of
NY required the signature...why? So if we're caught driving drunk they can
link it to the alcohol we purchased through the university and diluted to
have a party?? And the university would be held liable?? ;-)
--On Friday, November 07, 2008 8:56 AM -0500 Emily Sours
> Our alcohol (95 to 100%) is sold by the university only, we don't get a
> choice. Hopefully if I ever need to use molecular biology grade, the
> stuff they sell will be good enough. Is it regulated in other
> universities? I have no idea why they do this, unless they think we're
> going to have parties.
> Actually, in PA you can't buy grain liquor, so maybe that's why.
> "You would know her for all the things she was...a woman who knew her way
> in and out of every new book without being singed, pinched, bumped or
> tickled by any line or chapter."
> John O'Hara, Appointment in Samarra
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