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Page 364 - This constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of three-fourths of the members present at any annual meeting, but no such change shall be made at any meeting at which less than fifty members are present.
Page 318 - ... use, exercise, and carry on the same trade or business in such manner, and as fully and amply to all intents and purposes, as the same trade or business was used, exercised, or carried on by Chemists and Druggists before the passing of this Act.
Page 404 - ... or that it had passed through some process under his hands which would give him personal knowledge of its true name and quality. Whether Foord was justified in selling the article upon the faith of the defendant's label, would have been an open question in an action by the plaintiffs against him ; and I wish to be understood as giving no opinion on that point. But it seems to me to be clear that the defendant cannot, in this case, set up as a defence, that Foord sold the contents of the jar as...
Page 311 - Repirts made to the Directors of the London (Watford) Spring Water Company, on the Results of Microscopical Examinations of the Organic Matters and Solid Contents of Waters supplied from the Thames and other Sources ; with a Chemical Report on the Quality of various Specimens of Water from Chalk Springs near Watford, by Thomas Clark, MD Woodcuts and tal
Page 412 - TREATISE ON FOOD AND DIET: With Observations on the Dietetical Regimen suited for Disordered States of the Digestive Organs ; and an Account of the Dietaries of some of the principal Metropolitan and other Establishments for Paupers, Lunatics, Criminals, Children, the Sick, &c. By JON. PEREIRA, MDFRS & LS Author of
Page 259 - A TOXICOLOGICAL CHART, exhibiting at one view the Symptoms, Treatment, and Mode of Detecting the various Poisons, Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal. To which are added, concise Directions for the Treatment of Suspended Animation.
Page 487 - PBESIDENT delivered his inaugural address, of which the following is a brief abstract. He commenced by thanking the Members for the honour they had conferred upon him in electing him as their first President, and stated his determination to promote to the utmost of his power and ability the objects of the Phytological Club, and the Pharmaceutical Society with which it was in connexion. He then proceeded to speak of the utility of Botany to the Pharmaceutical Chemist, and the advantages to be derived...
Page 509 - Spirits or strong waters, not being sweetened or mixed with any article so that the degree of strength thereof cannot be ascertained by Sykes...
Page 280 - ... which true organic bodies appear not to possess. Again, the source of such bodies being at all times inconsiderable, they would, if vapors, be liable to a speedy attenuation by diffusion so great as to render their action wholly inconceivable. It is more probable that matters of contagion are highly-organized particles of fixed matter, which may find its way into the atmosphere, notwithstanding, like the pollen of flowers, and remain for a time suspended in it.