Druggists Circular Volume 54

Druggists Circular Volume 54

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...his metropolitan brothers. In Baltimore, said C. L. Meyer, the druggists had the situation well in hand. The commission there was 20 per cent. S. C. Yeomans, of Chicago, reported that in his city the druggists realized $145,000 last year from their telephones. Mr. Bodemann, who is an ardent advocate of pay telephones in drug stores, as opposed to the "free-lunch" kind, recommended that branches of the American Pharmaceutical Association appoint telephone committees. The matter was referred to the general session. In the absence of its author, the paper on "The Commercial Advantages of Conducting a Drug Store Exclusive of Side Lines," by W. J. Frazier, was read by M. Noll. L. F. Kebler read a paper entitled "A Practical Aspect of Standards." L. E. Sayre referred to the standards for drugs in Kansas. The range of camphor in the spirit of camphor had been found to be from 3 per cent, to 17 per cent. Kansas druggists had been unable to buy alcohol stronger than 94 per cent., the distillers who were shipping into that State saying that it was impossible to make alcohol of a higher percentage without going to an enormous expense out of all proportion to the results to be achieved. By correspondence with pharmaceutical manufacturers he found that other distillers were supplying a 96 per cent, alcohol without difficulty. Officers were elected as stated In the Introduction to this report, and the session adjourned. SECTIOX OX 8CIEXTIFIC PAPERS. First Session, Tuesday Afternoon. May 3d. On account of the unusually large number of important and timely papers to be presented in the scientific section, its officers asked for and obtained permission to hold as many sessions as they might deem necessary. Accordingly this...show more

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