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Title: In and around Salt Lake
Year: 1904 (1900s)
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Publisher: [Salt Lake, Press of the F.W. Gardiner co.
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FINCHS CAFE 20 East Second South Street CRYSTAL CAFE 239 Main Street SADDLE ROCK CAFE 139 Main Street VIENNA CAFE ..141 Main Street THE WILSON CAFE Wilson Hotel SANITARIUM PURE FOOD CAFE (Veg-etarian) 13 Main Sireet AMERICAN PLAN THE KEN YON Second South and Main Streets THE KNUTSFORD Third South and State Streets THE HALLS Third South and State Streets THE HERALD….West Temple and First South Streets While in Salt Lake= smoke STICKNEYS CIGARS All the leading- and popular brands of domesticand imported Cig-ars known throug-hout the U. S. Wm. A. Stickney Cigar Co., 229 South Main St., Salt Lake City David F. Walker ST. ELMOEuropean Hotel H. E. Bartlett, Proprietor Corner Main and 3rd South,SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH ^^f^SBJ^Kf M STEAM HEATED, Ihe modern Barber Shop NEWLY FURNISHED andTHOROUGHLY RENOVATEDTHROUGHOUT. Kenyon Building219 MAIN ST.. SALT LAKE CITY Open Ni-l.ts. Rooms 50 Cents Up PHONE 901-X

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to kids may seem like a no-brainer, yet Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and a number of health advocacy groups oppose legislation that does just that. They say it doesn't go far enough.
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Baby Boy Dies in a Tragic Accident Involving Liquid Nicotine, Parker Waichman LLP Comments


Port Washington, New York (PRWEB) December 16, 2014

Parker Waichman LLP, a national law firm which has long been involved in a number of key cases involving issues related to traditional cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and related products, such as chewing tobacco and liquid nicotine, comments on reports of the first child dying from liquid nicotine. According to a December 12, 2014 report by ABC News, the one-year-old boy lived in Fort Plain, a town in upstate New York State, when he was found unresponsive, rushed to the hospital, and was ultimately pronounced dead. It seemed the boy ingested liquid nicotine at his home. Fort Plain police did not confirm if the liquid nicotine was tied to an e-cigarette, but did describe the toddler’s death as a “tragic accident.”

Parker Waichman LLP comments that e-cigarettes have been associated with a rising number of injuries, including burns, nicotine toxicity, and heart and respiratory issues. The rise of e-cigarettes and so-called “vaping” in recent years has also meant a rise in the purchase of liquid nicotine, which is brightly colored and produced in flavors including, cotton candy or gummy bear, which could tempt young children.

“The fruit and candy flavors with which liquid nicotine is made offer great appeal to children and are very dangerous because of that appeal. Increased regulation is imperative to ensure that children are not placed in jeopardy because of the unregulated packaging of liquid nicotine products,” Gary Falkowitz, Managing Attorney at Parker Waichman LLP, pointed out.

Based on mounting complaints, Parker Waichman LLP is concerned that e-cigarette makers are touting the devices to younger people. As an advocate against nicotine use, the Firm maintains that, regardless of the method, e-cigarettes are still nicotine delivery systems. “It is not known whether e-cigarettes may lead young people to try other tobacco products, including conventional cigarettes, which are known to cause disease and lead to premature death,” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) indicated in an August 2014 report.

According to a December 14, 2014 report by the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC), the AAPCC indicated that it supports federal legislation that would require the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to mandate childproof packaging for liquid nicotine following the recent death. The proposed bipartisan, bicameral legislation is entitled the “Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2014,” and would enable and direct the Commission to mandate childproof packaging for liquid nicotine sold at the consumer level. Also according to the AAPCC, “One teaspoon of liquid nicotine could be lethal to a child, and smaller amounts can cause severe illness, often requiring trips to the emergency department.” The Centers noted that no standards exist today to mandate childproof packaging.

“Given liquid nicotine’s toxicity, potentially deadly consequences in children, and increased use, it is no surprise that the product is associated with increased reports to poison centers and increased injuries,” said Mr. Falkowitz.

“Since early 2013, we have seen an increase in liquid nicotine and e-cigarette exposure calls to poison centers that show no signs of plateauing in the immediate future. The Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act is a common sense means towards preventing a second unnecessary and avoidable death,” said AAPCC President Jay L. Schauben, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT. Poison centers nationwide received 460 calls in 2013 associated with liquid nicotine and e-cigarettes. The following year saw a trebling of that number to 1,543 with a little more than half of the reports involving children under six years of age. As of November 30, the figure for 2014 has doubled from 2013 to 3,638 exposure calls.

“The use of e-cigarettes is continuing to increase and, with advertising touting the devices as safe, and as a safe alternative to traditional smoking, these devices are also often used in public areas, exposing non-smokers to what may be dangerous vapors,” said Mr. Falkowitz. “In addition to the dangers being seen with children exposed to these products, more and more research is pointing to the hazards associated with those who use e-cigarettes, as well as those who are exposed to e-cigarettes,” he added. “Parker Waichman LLP continues to offer free lawsuit consultations to victims of e-cigarette injuries.”

If you or a loved one experienced complications, injuries, or death following use of, or exposure to, liquid nicotine or e-cigarette vapors or other ingredients, please visit the firm’s e-cigarette page. Free case evaluations are also available by calling 1-800-LAW-INFO.





Battery Confusion by a Newbie

Hello everyone, I have a question regarding batteries for my K-Simar 20 mod. I use an Aspire Atlantis if this has any effect on the battery choice. Currently I have two LG HE2 batteries (LGDBHE21865) which have a discharge of 20A. voltage 3.7v and are 2500mAH. I ordered two batteries and before I use them I wanted to make sure they were compatible with my mod and safe. The new batteries are IMREN 3200mAH they are also 3.7v Li-MN however the discharge is 10A? Should I use these?

JadeRogue

I like my eGo batteries

Howdy. 3 months into vaping, finally getting around to posting here.

I’ve done a bit of reading about little details, ohm’s law, battery safety, regulated and unregulated mods, been shopping for fancy RTA’s and what I would need to make them work, and have decided that I prefer my ego batteries.

I don’t have to fuss over proper storage (I keep them in a pen holder… along with pens,) they are quite adequate for they way I am vaping (2Ω microcoils in kanger clearomizers that I rebuild,) and are cheap to replace when they wear out.

I am used to the way they operate. Strong at first, then tapered off a bit just before needing a charge. I’d be afraid of ruining batteries in a mech by running them too low, so I dig the low voltage cut off. Simple.

Of course I would love a decent regulated mod, and ego‘s certainly aren’t the prettiest, but even clones (along with the additional cost of a charger and batteries) are out of my current budget.

Just getting this off my chest as I read a lot of hate for the ego‘s, as though they are a bad thing. I believe they are just fine.

Help needed

Hello all, just started vaping for few weeks, but the itaste clk with aspire natilus tank, already couldn’t satisify me.
Just bought a new ibox with subtank.
But I still don’t understand how to find my sweet spot on the watts and voltage with that 0.5ohm.
I am vaping with 24mg nicotine juice, but its just a few drops, then mix other flavors.
The subtank is giving me a dry and harsh vape when I do 18watts, 4.0v.
But that setting is decent with my nautilus.
Any thoughts?

Cloupor Mini HELP

I am new to the whole mod vaping, I used a KangerEvod to quit cigarettes and lost that drunk at a New Years Party so thought I’d upgrade. I have a Cloupor Mini with a KayfunV4 clone. I just got it going this evening and after a while I learned it wasn’t lasting as long as I wanted because of the low power error. After I started playing with the watts to find where it was hitting good it has begun to only fire for a max of two seconds, if it will fire at all. When I try to fire the Mini it seems to turnoff and cut back on. HELP?

Why more research is not the answer to winning the war against ecigs

More research is of very little use in the fight for our rights and the right not to smoke. There is a far more effective approach, and the reasons are explained here:

<a href="!m644317!http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/media-general-news/644317-brace-yourselves-new-formaldehype-junk-study-released-jan-21-a-12.html#post15103800″ target=”_blank”>Why more research is not the answer to stop the anti-THR lies

My Cole’s notes

I spent the last hour writing my story until I clicked out for a text message and it vanished.
I’ll just say I love the forum..love the freedom from cigarettes and I’ll be here for a while.
Also.. I’m one of the lucky ones that quit instantly after a 27 year PAD.
I feel like Mel Gibson at the end of Braveheart.

mouth-only vaping.

Hello. I quit vaping a few months ago because I was coughing all the time while vaping, no matter what I tried, so went back to cigarettes. I lost my job this week so I am back to vaping to save money, was getting tired of cigarettes anyway but need the nicotine.

My question is, does anyone here not inhale when they vape? How much nicotine is absorbed by the mouth? The vape is more satisfying for me when I inhale, and has better flavor, but I just don’t think I can without coughing. It also often seems to sting my palate. I am thinking of going with high-pg liquid for more flavor, and higher nicotine, to compensate for not inhaling.