The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 34

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Page 251 - The Court of Examiners chosen and appointed by the Master, Wardens, and Assistants of the Society of Apothecaries, of the City of London, in pursuance of a certain Act of Parliament, 'For better Regulating the Practice of Apothecaries throughout England and Wales...
Page 39 - Being at table with his usual fare, some bread, a few prunes, and a measured quantity of milk, diluted with water...
Page 253 - That no apothecary shall be allowed to recover any charges claimed by him in any court of law, unless such apothecary shall prove on the trial, that he was in practice as an apothecary prior to, or on the said...
Page 354 - Naples about ten days ago. He was so full of animal spirits that the people thought him mad. He never remained a moment in the same place, but at their grave...
Page 252 - Persons applying to them, for the purpose of ascertaining the skill and abilities of such Person or Persons in the Science and Practice of Medicine, and his or their fitness and qualification to practise as an Apothecary.
Page 217 - He delivered about four lectures, each of which was of great length ; yet the interest of his hearers was never in the least suspended. Though his style and manner of speaking were raised only in a slight degree above the tone of familiar conversation, their attention was perpetually kept alive by the spirit and variety with which every topic was discussed, by anecdotes and quotations happily introduced, by the ornaments of a powerful, but chastised, imagination; and, above all, by a peculiar vein...
Page 252 - Authority to hear, receive, and examine Evidence, without any Proof of the said Seal or of the Authenticity of the said Certificate, and shall be deemed sufficient Proof that the Person named therein has been from the Date of the said Certificate duly qualified to practise as an Apothecary in any Part of England or Wales.
Page 252 - Fifteen, act or practise as an Apothecary in any part of England or Wales, without having obtained such Certificate as aforesaid, every person so offending shall for every such Offence, forfeit and pay the Sum of Twenty Pounds...
Page 251 - Twenty-one years, and being of a good moral conduct. He is expected to possess a competent knowledge of the Latin language, and to produce Certificates of having attended not less than Two Courses of Lectures on Anatomy and Physiology : Two Courses of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Medicine . One Course of Lectures on Chemistry ; and One Course of Lectures on Materia Medica.
Page 252 - That, from and after the first day of August, 1815, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons (except persons already in practice as such), to practice as an Apothecary in any part of England or Wales, unless he or they shall have been examined by the Court of Examiners...

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