Bulletin of Pharmacy, Volume 23

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Page 490 - SECTION 2. Delegates appointed by the Surgeon-General of the United States Army, the Surgeon-General of the United States Navy, and the Surgeon-General of the United States Marine Hospital Service, and by the organizations not hereinbefore named which were admitted to representation in the Convention of 1900, shall also be members of the corporation. Each body and each branch of the United States Government above mentioned shall be entitled to send three delegates to the meetings of this corporation....
Page 32 - ... has a mind full of ideas, will be apt in speaking to hesitate upon the choice of both ; whereas common speakers have only one set of ideas, and one set of words to clothe them in; and these are always ready at the mouth : so people come faster out of a church...
Page 284 - ... preparations which contain cocaine or any of its salts or alpha or beta eucaine or any of their salts or any synthetic substitute for them...
Page 490 - Delegates appointed by the Surgeon-General of the United States Army, the SurgeonGeneral of the United States Navy, and the Surgeon-General of the United States Marine Hospital Service, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, the Association of State and National Food and Dairy Departments, the National Wholesale Druggists...
Page 490 - Incorporated Universities; Incorporated State Medical Associations; Incorporated State Pharmaceutical Associations : the American Medical Association, the American Pharmaceutical Association, and the American Chemical Society; provided that no such organization shall be entitled to representation unless it shall have been incorporated within and shall have been in continuous operation in the United States for at least five years before the time fixed for the decennial meeting of this corporation.
Page 32 - ... a mind full of ideas will be apt in speaking, to hesitate upon the choice of both, whereas common speakers have only one set of ideas and one set of words to clothe them in, and these are always ready at the month : (o people come faster out of a Hunch when it is almost empty than when a crowd is at the door.
Page 199 - Well, that's one way, George. Then another way — there's Corners!" "They're rather big things, aren't they?" I ventured. "Oh, if you go in for wheat or steel — yes. But suppose you tackled a little thing, George. Just some leetle thing that only needed a few thousands. Drugs, for example. Shoved all you had into it — staked your liver on it, so to speak. Take a drug — take ipecac, for example. Take a lot of ipecac. Take all there is! See? There you are! There aren't unlimited supplies of...
Page 68 - Give emetic (if necessary) of mustard (a tablespoonful, stirred to a cream with water) followed by large draughts of warm water. Then strong tea or coffee. Arouse the patient, and keep him awake and in motion. Keep up artificial respiration even after life seems to be extinct. Group...
Page 488 - ... any drugs enumerated in this section; every prescription shall contain the name and address of the person for whom prescribed, and the date the same shall have been filled, and shall be permanently retained on file by the person, firm or corporation where the same shall have been filled; and it shall be filled but once, and no copy of it shall be taken by any person...
Page 252 - ... in the proportion of one ounce of soot or half an ounce of indigo to the pound of arsenic, or except upon the prescription of a physician sells or gives away any quantity of...

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