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Page 86 - Digest of comments on the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America and on the National Formulary for the calendar year ending December 31, 1917.
Page 1 - General may permit the transmission in the mails, under such rules and regulations as he shall prescribe as to preparation and packing, of any articles hereinbefore described which are not outwardly or of their own force dangerous or injurious to life, health, or property...
Page 293 - ... 7. Clove extract is the flavoring extract prepared from oil of cloves, and contains not less than two (2) per cent by volume of oil of cloves.
Page xiv - Reports issued by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the United States Department of Commerce, 1917.
Page 13 - ... chosen as are in harmony with general usage and convenient for prescribing; but in the case of chemicals of a definite composition the scientific name should be given at least as a synonym. There should also be inserted, after each article used by physicians in prescriptions, a carefully considered abbreviated name, which may be known as an official abbreviation, in order that uniformity may be established throughout the country, with the object of preventing mistakes in reading and compounding...
Page xii - State and national pharmaceutical organizations for copies of their annual proceedings; to John Uri Lloyd, of Cincinnati, for copies of the eclectic medical journals; to the editor of Chemical Abstracts for...
Page 13 - In the case of newly admitted articles it is recommended that such titles be chosen as are in harmony with general usage and convenient for prescribing; but in the case of chemicals of a definite composition a scientific name should be given at least as a synonym.
Page 295 - ... 14. Peppermint extract is the flavoring extract prepared from oil of peppermint, or from peppermint, or both, and contains not less than three (3) per cent by volume of oil of peppermint.