Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting, Volume 46

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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 180 - The world was sad ; the garden was a wild ! And man, the hermit, sighed, till woman smiled...
Page 55 - 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 173 - The stamp taxes provided for in Schedule B of this Act shall apply to all medicinal articles compounded by any formula, published or unpublished, which are put up in style or manner similar to that of patent, trade-mark, or proprietary medicine in general, or which are advertised on the package or otherwise as remedies or specifics for any ailment, or as having any special claim to merit, or to any peculiar advantage in mode of preparation, quality, use, or effect.
Page 783 - ... copper cylindrical washing-machines. The fecula is subsequently dried in drying-houses. In order to obtain the fecula free from impurity, pure water must be used, and great care and attention paid in every step of the process. The skinning or peeling of the tubers must be performed with great nicety, as the cuticle contains a resinous matter, which imparts color and a disagreeable flavor to the starch. German-silver palettes are used for skinning the deposited fecula, and shovels of the same...
Page 73 - SEC. 6. That the pay of privates of the Hospital Corps shall be eighteen dollars per month, with the increase on account of length of service as is now or may hereafter be allowed by law to other enlisted men. They shall be entitled to the same allowances as a corporal of the arm of service with which they may be on duty.
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Page 831 - ... twenty-four hours ; they are then cut open and the seeds are taken out and carried in baskets to the place where they undergo the operation of sweating or curing. There the acid juice which accompanies the seeds is first drained off, after which they are placed in a...
Page 55 - ... the machine and use the generic designation, he can do so in all forms, with the fullest liberty, by affixing such name to the machines, by referring to it in advertisements, and by other means, subject, however, to the condition that the name must be so used as not to deprive others of their rights, or to deceive the public; and, therefore, that the name must be accompanied with such indications that the thing manufactured is the work of the one making it, as will unmistakably inform the public...
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Page 783 - ... of the pulp and discharges it, in the form of milk, through the perforated bottom of the cylinder, from whence it is conveyed in pipes and passed through fine muslin strainers into large reservoirs, where it is allowed to settle and the Bupernated water drawn off.

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