American Druggist, Volume 15

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American Druggist Publishing Company, 1886 - Materia medica
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Page 198 - Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed, whose duty it shall be to...
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Page 15 - ... the smooth convex surface to the skin. This mustard sponge, warmed again by the fire, and slightly moistened, can be applied three or four times, is good for several hours, and saves the trouble of making a new poultice for re-application, often a matter of importance during the weariness of night watching. The sponge can afterwards easily be washed clean in warm water.
Page 112 - ... registration for himself, or for any other person under this Act, by making, or causing to be made, any false representations...
Page 112 - ... secretary. The board shall meet at least once every three months, and three members shall constitute a quorum. The duties of the said board shall be to transact all business pertaining to the legal regulation of the practice of pharmacy in the city of New York, and to examine and register pharmacists. Any pharmacist applying for examination shall pay to the secretary a fee of five dollars, and should he pass such examination...
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Page 143 - However introduced into the body, it increases the contractile power of all striped muscles, and renders their contraction more complete and prolonged. In lethal doses it destroys, besides, the capacity of the muscle to assume the normal state of partial flaccidity, and causes the rigidity of contraction to become permanent, and to pass into the rigor of death. As the result of the action on muscle, the heart is early and powerfully affected.

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