American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 54
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science., 1882 - Pharmacology
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Page 315 - ... or chemist or druggist, or pharmacist, or dispensing chemist or druggist, in any part of Great Britain, unless such person shall be a pharmaceutical chemist, or a chemist and druggist within the meaning of this Act, and be registered under this Act...
Page 427 - ... freely; he soon becomes flushed, and both his pulse and respiration are much accelerated, and when he feels warm...
Page 585 - Annual Index of Authors and Subjects" is issued. The subject part of this annual index is elaborately subdivided, the classification closely resembling that of the Index Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General's Office.
Page 430 - The provisions of this section shall not apply to the dispensing of poisons, in not unusual quantities or doses, upon the prescriptions of practitioners of medicine. Nor shall it be lawful for any licensed or registered druggist or pharmacist to retail, or sell, or give away, any alcoholic liquors or compounds as a beverage...
Page 39 - Professor of Materia Medica and Botany in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.
Page 315 - ... in any part of Great Britain, unless such person shall be a Pharmaceutical Chemist, or a Chemist and Druggist within the meaning of this Act, and be registered under this Act, and conform to such regulations as to the keeping, dispensing, and selling of such poisons as may from time to time be prescribed by the Pharmaceutical Society with the consent of the Privy Council.
Page 431 - PRACTICAL MEDICAL ANATOMY. A guide to the physician in the Study of the Relations of the «'§ Viscera to each other in Health and Disease, and in the Diagnosis of the Medical nnd Surgical Conditions *•* of the Anatomical Structures of the Head and Trunk.
Page 307 - These suppositories are of such a size that the digested and extracted product of twenty ounces of meat from which the insoluble matter is removed is contained in about five suppositories. The convenience of this method is very great.
Page 315 - The first four rules : Simple and Compound ; Vulgar Fractions, and Decimals ; Simple and Compound Proportion ; a thorough knowledge of the British and Metrical Systems of Weights and Measures. ENGLISH. — Grammar and Composition. In awarding marks, spelling and the quality of the handwriting are taken into account.
Page 245 - ... inches diameter, which has been placed in a funnel and well wetted. As it is the shaking which accomplishes the object here in view, rather than the standing, the time of maceration can be easily shortened even to three hours, if the shaking be frequent and active. As rare exceptions, some powdered opiums will be found which through natural conditions give a magma with water which will not filter, or filter so very slowly that the water solvent becomes impracticable. When this is discovered,...