Minneapolis Homoeopathic Magazine, Volumen7

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Minneapolis Pharmacy Company, 1898

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Página 183 - ... goodness and mercy shall follow him all the days of his life, that he may dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.
Página 59 - Is the industry profitable? (5) Is the plant, or has it ever been, cultivated? and, if so, give all information on the subject, particularly as to whether such supplies are of superior quality, and whether the industry has proved profitable. (6) If not cultivated, present facts concerning the life history of the plant which might aid in determining methods of cultivation.
Página 61 - Lay the specimen flat in a fold of newspaper and place this in a pile of newspapers, carpet felting, or some other form of paper which readily absorbs moisture, and place the pile in a dry place, under a pressure of about twenty to thirty pounds, sufficient to keep the leaves from wrinkling as they dry.
Página 119 - Annual Commencement, to be held on the same evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Academy of Music, SW corner Broad and Locust Streets, Philadelphia. Banquet Cards can be secured by notifying the Secretary.
Página 58 - The Pan-American Medical Congress at its meeting held in the City of Mexico in November, 1896, took steps to institute a systematic study of the American medicinal flora, through the medium of a General Commission and of special Sub-Commissions, the latter to be organized in the several countries. The SubCommission for the United States has been formed and consists of: Dr. Valery Havard, USA, Chairman; Mr. Frederick V. Coville, Botanist of the US Department of Agriculture; Dr. CF Millspaugh, Curator...
Página 56 - AN EPITOME OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE. By Roswell Park, AM, MD, Professor of Surgery in the Medical Department of the University of Buffalo, etc.
Página 61 - If the plant be a herb two or three feet high, it may be doubled to 'bring it within these measurements. If it possess root leaves, some of these should be included. Lay the specimen flat in a fold of newspaper and place this in a pile of newspapers, carpet felting, or some other form of paper which readily absorbs moisture, and place the pile in a dry place under a pressure of about 20 to 30 pounds, sufficient to keep the leaves from wrinkling as they dry.
Página 60 - ... decreased, and its usefulness increased, by the possession of complete material, that is, leaf, flower and fruit, and in the case of small plants, the underground portion also. It is best to dry such specimens thoroughly, in a flat condition under pressure, before mailing. While any convenient means for accomplishing this result may be employed, the following procedure is recommended.
Página 114 - For the purpose of lending aid in the construction and improvement of public highways and bridges, there is hereby created a fund to be known as the "State Road and Bridge Fund." Said fund shall include all moneys accruing from the income derived from investments in the internal improvement land fund, or that may hereafter accrue to said fund, and shall also include all funds accruing to any state road and bridge fund, however provided.
Página 60 - Sub-Commission desires to compile a complete list of the plants which have been used medicinally, however trivial such use may be. It also desires to collect all obtainable information, historical, scientific and economic, concerning our native and naturalized plants of this class, and, to that end, invites the co-operation of all persons interested. Poisonous plants of all kinds come within the scope of our inquiry, whether producing dangerous symptoms in man, or simply skin inflammation, or, as...

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