Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

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J. Churchill, 1880 - Pharmacy
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Page 276 - Section 17.—It shall be unlawful to sell any poison, either by wholesale or by retail, unless the box, bottle, vessel, wrapper, or cover in which such poison is contained be distinctly labelled with the name of the article and the word poison...
Page 147 - April. 0 wad some Power the giftie gie us To see ourselves as others see us...
Page 311 - ... by the public analyst, and shall offer to divide the article into three parts to be then and there separated, and each part to be marked and sealed or fastened up in such manner as its nature will permit, and shall, if required to do so, proceed accordingly, and shall deliver one of the parts to the seller or his agent. ' He shall afterwards retain one of the said parts for future comparison and submit the third part, if he deems it right to have the article analysed, to the analyst.
Page 118 - Any medical officer of health, inspector of nuisances, or inspector of weights and measures, or any inspector of a market, or any police constable under the direction and at the cost of the local authority appointing such officer, inspector, or constable, or charged with the execution...
Page 196 - Act, 1878. 2. This Act shall come into operation on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine, which day is in this Act referred to as the commencement of this Act.
Page 118 - Act, may procure at the place of delivery any sample of any milk in course of delivery to the purchaser or consignee in pursuance of any contract for the sale to such purchaser or consignee of such milk...
Page 310 - The person purchasing any article with the intention of submitting the same to analysis shall, after the purchase shall have been completed, forthwith notify (a) to the seller or his agent selling the article his intention to have the same analysed by the public analyst...
Page 197 - The test lamp is prepared for use by fitting it with a piece of flat plaited candle wick, and filling it with colza or rape oil up to the lower edge of the opening of the spout or wick tube. The lamp is trimmed, so that when lighted it gives a flame of about...
Page 254 - PRESIDENT. Mr. SUMNER moved — " That the best thanks of the Conference be given to the President for the able manner in which he has conducted the business of the meeting.
Page 174 - ... no conceivable analogy ; and the obvious and continuous path which we have hitherto followed up in our reasonings from the phenomena of lifeless matter through those of living matter here comes suddenly to an end. The chasm between unconscious life and thought is deep and impassable, and no transitional phenomena can be found by which, as by a bridge, we may span it over.

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