American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 72

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Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science., 1900 - Pharmacology
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Page 289 - 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 239 - OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE. BY CHARLES E. DE M. SAJOUS, MD, and one hundred associate editors, assisted by corresponding editors, collaborators and correspondents. Illustrated with chromo-lithographs, engravings and maps.
Page 108 - 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provided for in Schedule B of this Act shall apply to all medicinal articles compounded by any formula, published or unpublished, which are put up in style or manner similar to that of patent, trade-mark, or proprietary medicine in general, or which are advertised on the package or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 291 - DATE WHEN. THE NEXT PHARMACOPOEIA BECOMES OFFICIAL. It is recommended that the Committee of Revision print upon the title page of the next Pharmacopoeia a definite date, reasonably distant from the actual date of publication, announcing when the new Pharmacopoeia is intended to go into effect and to supersede the preceding one. 23. PRECEDENTS. In all matters not specially provided for, in these "General Principles" the rules established for previous revisions, if there are any, should generally be...
Page 107 - ... all medicinal preparations or compositions whatsoever, made and sold, or removed for sale, by any person or persons whatever, wherein the person making or preparing the same has or claims to have any private formula, secret, or occult art for the making or preparing the same, or has or claims to have any exclusive right or title to the making or preparing the same, or which are prepared, uttered, vended, or exposed for sale under any letters patent, or trade-mark, or which, if prepared by any...
Page 598 - After its _ habitual use a sudden total abstinence never causes any derangement of the central nervous system. 4. All foods are oxidized slowly in the body. 5. All foods, being useful, are stored in the body. 6. All foods are the products of constructive activity of protoplasm in the presence of abundant oxygen. 7. All foods are formed by nature for nourishment and are by nature wholesome and always beneficial to the healthy body, tho they may injure the body in certain phases of disease.
Page 107 - ... art for the making or preparing the same, or has, or claims to have, any exclusive right or title to the making or preparing the same, or which are prepared, uttered, vended, or exposed for sale under any...
Page 287 - It is recommended that assay processes be appended to the descriptions of the more energetic or otherwise important drugs containing active principles, provided the therapeutic value of the drug depends upon the amount • of these principles, and provided, also, that these principles can be assayed and identified with reasonable accuracy and without requiring complicated processes. The Committee may attach a note stating the...
Page 284 - Pharmacopoeia any product of nature of known origin; also any synthetized product of definite composition which is in common use by the medical profession, the identity, purity, or strength of which can be determined. No compound or mixture shall be introduced if the composition or mode of manufacture thereof be kept secret, or if it be controlled by unlimited proprietary or patent rights.
Page 107 - All cosmetics, pills, powders, troches, or lozenges, sirups, cordials, bitters, anodynes, tonics, plasters, liniments, salves, ointments, pastes, drops, waters, essences, spirits, oils or preparations or compositions recommended to the public as proprietary articles, or prepared according to some private formula, as remedies or specifics for any disease or diseases, or affections whatever, affecting the human or animal body...

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