An email I got today made me realize that this phrase emblazoned on every blackjack table is a little ambiguous. Assuming it's a S17 house, the table generally says "Dealer must draw to 16 and stand on 17."
The 'draw to 16' part could also be taken to mean 'draw until 16', meaning they would stand at 16. Of course, with the rest of the phrase tacked on the end, it's not much of a problem. However, as my email from earlier today indicates, it can be confusing for someone new to the game.
I wonder how a dealer would respond if after he drew a 5 on his 16, you called the floor over and started in on him: "Well, the table says he'll draw to 16, but he got to 16 and just kept on going!"