The Analyst, Volumer 14-15
Royal Society of Chemistry, 1889
International journal concerned with the development and application of analytical and bioanalytical techniques. Covers all aspects of the theory and practice of analytical science, both fundamental and applied, including bioanalysis (including biospecific assays), chromatography and electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, electrochemistry, sensors, imaging techniques, sampling and sample handling, chemometrics/statistics, atomic and molecular spectroscopy and all other areas related to measurement science.
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Side 223 - No person shall mix, colour, stain, or powder, or order or permit any other person to mix, colour, stain, or powder any article of food with any ingredient or material so as to render the article injurious to health...
Side 53 - ... that he had no reason to believe at the time when he sold it that the article was otherwise, and that he sold it in the same state as when he purchased it, he shall be discharged from the prosecution, but shall be liable to pay the costs incurred by the prosecutor, unless he shall have given due notice to him that he will rely on the above defence.
Side 220 - ... (1) Where any matter or ingredient not injurious to health has been added to the food or drug because the same is required for the production or preparation thereof as an article of commerce, in a state fit for carriage or consumption and not fraudulently to increase the bulk, weight, or measure of the food or drug, or conceal the inferior quality thereof...
Side 53 - If the defendant in any prosecution under this Act prove to the satisfaction of the justices or court that he had purchased the article in question as the same iu nature, substance, and quality as that demanded of him by the prosecutor, and with a written warranty to that effect...
Side 223 - Under this section it is in violation of the sale of food and drugs act to " sell to the prejudice of the purchaser any article of food or any drug which is not of the nature, substance, and quality of the article demanded.
Side 54 - Viet c. 63), for havicg sold to the prejudice of the purchaser a certain article of food, to wit, beer, which was not of the nature, substance, and quality of the article demanded by the purchaser.
Side 23 - C. for one hour, filter, and wash with ammonium nitrate solution. (Test the filtrate by renewed digestion and addition of more molybdic solution.) Dissolve the precipitate on the filter with ammonia and hot water and wash into a beaker to a bulk of not more than 100 cc.
Side 219 - A brewer of beer for sale shall not adulterate beer, or add any matter or thing thereto (except finings for the purpose of clarification, or other matter or thing sanctioned by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue), before the same is delivered for consumption, and any beer found to be adulterated, or mixed with any other matter or thing (except as aforesaid), in the possession of a brewer of beer for sale shall be forfeited, and the brewer shall incur a fine of fifty pounds.
Side 45 - A convenient amount of the alcohol to be purified is shaken with pulverized potassium permanganate until it a'ssumes a decided color. It is then allowed to stand for some hours, until the permanganate has been decomposed and brown manganese oxide is deposited. A pinch of pulverized calcium carbonate is then added, and the alcohol distilled at the rate of about...