The Analyst, Volume 25

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Royal Society of Chemistry, 1900 - Chemistry, Analytic
 

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Page 82 - No person shall 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 by such purchaser under a penalty not exceeding
Page 82 - No person shall sell any compound article of food or compounded drug which is not composed of ingredients in accordance with the demand of the purchaser under a penalty not exceeding 20.
Page 340 - BERTRAM BLOUNT, FIC, FCS, AND AG BLOXAM, FIC, FCS VOL. I.—Chemistry of Engineering, Building, and Metallurgy. Chemistry of the Chief Materials of Construction—Sources of Energy—Chemistry of Steam-raising—Chemistry of Lubrication and Lubricants—Metallurgical Processes used in the Winning and Manufacture of Metals. Price 10s. 6d.
Page 82 - provided that the offence shall not be deemed to be committed under this section in the following cases—that is to say . . . (3) Where the food or drug is compounded as in this Act mentioned.
Page 309 - boiling water. The alcohol is distilled off by heating the flask on the water-bath for about half an hour, or until the soap is dry. One hundred cc of hot water which have been kept boiling for at least ten minutes are added, and the flask heated until the soap is dissolved. Forty cc of
Page 54 - cream, or what addition of extraneous matter or proportion of water, in any sample of milk (including condensed milk) or cream shall, for the purposes of the Sale of
Page 278 - A Manual for Traders and others, being a Consolidation of the Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875, the Sale of Food and Drugs Act Amendment Act, 1879,
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