Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Association Volume 1-10

Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Association Volume 1-10

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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. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...succeeds him. But I think there are many advantages in changing our time. Now, for instance, take your own case. You are occupying the chair now. The next one who comes in afterwards will have necessarily to take the work you have cut out for him. Professor REMINGTON. I would say that objection does not obtain in our own Association, for the reason that ve have, by common consent, adopted a sort of rotation in office here, by vhich persons are promoted. That takes away the force of that. I notice that Mr. Cressler has specially vacated the chair in favor of Mr. George. Mr. HEINITSH. Oh, no; our Vice Presidents become familiar with the rotation. Mr. George in the chair, President CRESSLER. Mr. President, I object to a change of that kind because not made previously. It will place me in the chair until the end of the next term, and, although I feel like agitating anything for the advantage of the Association, yet I would certainly rather not see this adopted at this session. I am not, as you have readily observed, an experienced presiding officer, andI would like to be relieved as soon as possible after the meeting of the Association at its next annual session. On the question of the adoption of this By-Law, it was unanimously agreed to. The chairman of the Committee on Queries, Mr. Robbins, announced as the next query No. 33, entitled, " It is Especially Desirable that a Thorough Organization of the Legitimate Pharmacists of the State should be Secured. Does the State Association fully Meet the Requirements, and, if so, how can its Membership be so Extended?" Accepted by M. N. Kline, of Philadelphia. Mr. Kline read his paper. See Essays and Answers to Queries. Applause Mr. HARRIS. I move the acceptance of the paper and its...show more

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  • Paperback | 622 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 32mm | 1,093g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236959094
  • 9781236959096