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Page 205 - drug," as used in this Act, shall include all medicines and preparations recognized in the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary for internal or external use, and any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used for the cure, mitigation, or prevention of disease of either man or other animals. The term "food...
Page 504 - A TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE SKIN. For the use of advanced Students and Practitioners. By. Henry W. Stelwagon, MD. Ph.D.. Professor of Dermatology. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
Page 570 - Diagnosis Differential Diagnosis. Presented through an Analysis of 385 Cases. By RICHARD C. CABOT, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston.
Page 526 - The result, then, of the American, the English, and the French doctrine universally upheld is this, that where during the life of a monopoly created by a patent a name, whether it be arbitrary or be that of the inventor, has become, by his consent, either express or tacit, the identifying and generic name of the thing patented this name passes to the public with the cessation of the monopoly which the patent created.
Page 206 - A drug bearing a name recognized in -the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary, without any further statement respecting its character, shall be required to conform in strength, quality, and purity to the standards prescribed or indicated for a drug of the same name recognized in the United States Pharmacopeia or National Formulary, official at the time.1 (b) A drug...
Page 506 - ON FEEDING IN INFANCY. Feeding in Early Infancy. By ARTHUR V. MEIGS, MD Bound in limp cloth, flush edges, 25 cts. net. MOORE'S ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. A Manual of Orthopedic Surgery. By JAMES E. MOORE, MD, Professor of Orthopedics...
Page 526 - ... must be accompanied with such indications that the thing manufactured is the work of the one making it, as will unmistakably inform the public of that fact.
Page 314 - DISEASE — Etiology, Pathology, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Prophylaxis, and Treatment. — By George Dock, AM, MD, Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Medical Department Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, and Charles C. Bass, MD, Instructor of Clinical Microscopy and Clinical Medicine, Medical Department Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans.