Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting, Volume 16
The Association, 1869 - Pharmaceutical industry
The issues for 1857-1911 include Report on the progress of pharmacy. The last volume (1911) contains only Report on the progress of pharmacy, the constitution, by-laws and roll of members.
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Page 358 - ... naturalization of aliens, or in any proceedings under such acts or laws, and any person or persons taking or making such oath, affirmation, or affidavit, shall knowingly swear or affirm falsely, the same shall be deemed and taken to be perjury, and the person or persons guilty thereof, shall upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and not less than one year, and to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Page 424 - Benumbed with cold, and fastened to the ground; A filmy rind about her body grows, Her hair to leaves, her arms extend to boughs; The nymph is all into a laurel gone, The smoothness of her skin remains alone. Yet Phoebus loves her still, and, casting round Her bole his arms, some little warmth he found. The tree still panted in the unfinished part, Not wholly vegetive, and heaved her heart.
Page 424 - Mine is the' invention of the charming lyre ; Sweet notes and heavenly numbers I inspire. Sure is my bow, unerring is my dart; But ah ! more deadly his who pierced my heart. Medicine is mine ; what herbs and simples grow In fields and forests, all their powers I know; And am the great physician call'd below.
Page 207 - Its boiling-point is 88° Fahr, and the odour of its vapour is sweet and much like that of chloroform. On testing it physiologically I found it to be a gentle and perfect general anaesthetic. Under its influence animals lapse into the third stage of anaesthesia, with the slightest exhibiton of the stage of excitement. The insensibility is deep and well sustained, and the recovery quiet and good. [Dr. Richardson here showed an experiment of putting a pigeon into a deep sleep.] In some experiments,...
Page 338 - ... prescriptions contrary to the provisions of this act, either directly or indirectly, or as copartner, or in the name of any other person or persons, such person so offending shall be liable to a fine of fifty dollars for each and every week they or he shall continue such business without such certificate as aforesaid, to be recovered before a single Justice of the Peace of said city as small debts are, whereof one-half part shall go to the informer and the balance to be disposed of as other fines...
Page 352 - ... he shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail not more than one year, or by fine not exceeding three hundred dollars, and the articles so adulterated shall be forfeited and destroyed.
Page 476 - Every pharmaceutist and druggist, of good moral and professional standing, whether in business on his own account, retired from business or employed by another, and those teachers of pharmacy, chemistry and botany who may be specially interested in pharmacy and materia medica...
Page 475 - Constitution: Article I. This association shall be called the American Pharmaceutical Association. Its aim shall be to unite the educated and reputable pharmaceutists and druggists of the United States in the following objects: 1st.