« ForrigeFortsett »
119 Traveling Salesmen.
104 Trichina Spiralis.. 194 Verbena Sachet Powder
33 Whiskey, Bourbon...
10 Trichinæ, Examining Meat for.
10 Trichinæ in the Diaphragm. 105 Veterinary Periodicals... 104 Whiskey? What is Scotch.
264 Triniti 390 Violet Sachet Powder..
33 Whiskey Habit, Cure for....
171 Truth Comes High...... 161 Vinegar, Aromatic
63 Twenty-five Years Ago..... 275 Virus, Rat Exterminating.. 163 Whitney's Reagent.....
65 Voluntary Movements of Microscopic U
Wholesale Drug Business, Room Re-
10 Ultra Microscopic Apparatus.. 163
Who's Who in America
184 W Underhill, Death of George F. 286
Whys in Pharmacy...
247 Unguentum Caseini....
Wickmiller, Sketch of C. P..
389 Unna's Unguentum Caseini.... 192 istry
Wiegand, Sketch of Thomas S......... 123 Urine, Not a Doctor's Test for.
228 Walsh, Sketch of Edmond P... 215 Wiegand Scholarship, The Thomas S. 109 Urine, Sputum and Blood.. 840 Wampole, Death of Henry K 304 Wiley, Sketch of Dr. H. W
375 Urine, To Detect Morphine in. 341 Want List, Keeping a......
336 Urine, Works on the
45 U. S. P. and N. F. Preparations, Push- Warrant Officer, What is a.
230 ing the 317 Warts, Lime Water for...
79 Wolf, Death of Henry A.....
81 U.S. P. VIII.. ..105, 287 Warts, Superstitious Cure for ..... 32
Women in Pharmacy....... ..3, 159, 272, 342 U.S. P. VIII. and N. F. III.. 339 Warts, To Cure...
Women's Organization of the N. A.R, U.S. P. 1900, a Misnomer.. 145 Wash, Jackson's Mouth
63 Wooten, Marriage of Thomas V...... 119
107 Vacations, July the Month of.. 265 Water in London, Distilled.
63 Vallet's Mass......... 340 Waters, Mineral.
39 Vanilla a Medicine or Food, Is.. 256 Wax for Ball Rooms.
7 Vanilla Beans.. 31 Wellcome Research Laboratories, Sec
Year 1800, In the...
9 Vanilla Beans, the Price of.. 366 ond Report.
MISSOURI PHARMACY LAWS.
Revised to November 1, 1906.
Druggists and Their Licenses, Chapter 23. Section. 3036. Druggist must be registered. 3037. Registered pharmacist to compound, etc.-physicians may
register-penalty. 3038. Board of pharmacy. 3039. Duties of board. 3040. Examivation, how made. 3041. Fees for registration. 3012. Druggist responsible for quality of drugs, etc. 3043. Druggist can sell, what. 3044. Selling poisons, conditions, etc., penalty. 3045. Making false representations, etc., penalty. 3046. Chapter shall not apply to what. 3047. May sell or give away in what quantity, when. 3048. Prescriptions must be preserved, etc., penalty for failure. 3049. Penalty for making false prescriptions, etc. 3050. Prescriptions for intoxicating liquors, .when given, etc.
-penalty. 3051. Intoxicating liquors not to be drank on premises. 3052. Examination by board of pharmacy.
Sec. 3036. Druggists Must be Registered.-It shall be unlawful for any person not a registered pharmacist, within the meaning of this chapter, to conduct any pharmacy, drug store, apothecary shop or store, for the purpose of retailing, compounding or dispensing medicines or poisons for medical use, except as hereina!ter provided. (R. S. 1889, § 4610-a.)
SEC. 3037. Registered Pharmacist to Compound, etc.-Penalty.-It shall be unlawful for the proprietor of any store or pharmacy to allow any person, except a registered pharmacist, to compound or dispense the prescriptions of physicians, or to retail or dispense poisons for medical use, except as an aid to and under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Any person yiolating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be liable to a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for each and every offense. (R. S. 1899. § 4611-b.).
Sec. 3038. Board of Pharmacy.-The governor, with the approval of the senate, shall appoint three persons from among the most competent pharmacists of the state, not connected with any school of pharmacy, all of whom shall have been residents of the state for at least five years, and of at least five years' practical experience in their profession, who shall be known and styled "board of pharmacy for the state of Missouri," one of whom shall hold his office for one year, one for two years, and one for three years, and each until his successor shall be appointed and qualified; and each year thereafter another member shall be appointed for three years, or until his successor be appointed and qualified. If a vacancy occur in said board, another shall be appointed as aforesaid, to fill the unexpired term thereof. Said board shall have power to make by-laws and all necessary regulations, and create auxiliary boards, if necessary, for the proper fulfillment of their duties under this chapter, without expense to the state. (R. S. 1889, § 4612.)
SEC. 3039. Duties of Board.—The board of pharmacy shall register in a suitable book, a duplicate of which shall be kept in the secretary of state's office, the names and places of residence of all persons to whom they issue certificates, and dates thereof; and no person having received, or who may hereafter receive, a certificate of registration as a pharmacist, shall engage in business as a pharmacist in any county of this state in which he shall locate, or into which he shall afterward remove, until he
shall have had such certificate recorded in the office of the clerk of the county court of such county, and it is hereby made the duty of such county clerk to record such certificate in a book, to be provided and kept for that purpose; and the county clerk is authorized to charge a fee of fifty cents for the recording of each certificate-to be paid by the person offering such certificate for record. Every pharmacist now holding a certificate of registration as a pharmacist, and being engaged in business as a pharmacist, shall have such certificate recorded, as is in this section provided, within thirty days after the taking effect of this chapter. The record of each certificate required by this chapter, or a certified copy thereof, shall be evidence in all courts that the person holding it is a registered pharmacist. Any pharmacist failing to comply with the foregoing provisions shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars. (R. S. 1889, § 4613, amended, Laws 1893, p. 151-c)
Sec. 3040. Examination, How Made.-The said board of pharmacy shall, upon application, and at such time and place and in such manner as they may determine, examine, either by a schedule of questions, to be answered and subscribed to under oath, or orally, each and every person who shall desire to conduct the business of selling at retail, compounding or dispensing drugs, medicine or chemicals for medicinal use, or to compound and dispense physicians' prescriptions as pharmacists, and if a majority of said board shall be satisfied that said person is competent and fully qualified to conduct said business of compounding or dispensing drugs, medicines or chemicals for medic. inal use, or to compound and dispense physicians' prescriptions, they shall enter the name of such person as a registered pharmacist in the book provided for in the preceding section, and that all graduates in pharmacy having a diploma from an incor. porated college or school of pharmacy, that requires a practical experience in pharmacy of not less than four years before granting diplomas, shall be entitled to have their pames registered as pharmacists by said board, without examination: Provided, that any person not a pharmacist or druggist, may own or conduct such store, if he or they keep constantly in his or their employ a competent pharmacist or druggist. (R. S. 1889, § 4614-d.)
SEC. 3041. Fees for Registration. The board of pharmacy shall be entitled to demand and receive from each person whom they register and furnish a certificate as a registered pharmacist without examination, the sum of one dollar, and for each and every person whom they examine orally, or whose answers to a schedule of questions are returned subscribed to under oath, the sum of three dollars, which shall be in full for all services; and in case the examination of said person shall prove defective and unsatisfactory, and his name not be registered, he shall be permitted to present himself for re-examination within any period not exceeding twelve months thereafter, and no charge shall be made for such re-examination. (R. S. 1889, § 4615.)
Sec. 3012. Druggists Responsible for Quality of Drugs, etc.Every registered pharmacist, apothecary or owner of any drug store shall be held responsible for the quality of all drugs, chemicals, and medicines he may sell or dispense, with the exception of those sold in original packages of the manufacturer, and also those known as "patent medicines," and should he kpowingly, intentionally and fraudulently adulterate, or cause to be adulterated, such drugs, chemicals or medical preparations, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, be liable to a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars, and in addition thereto, have his name stricken from the register. (R. S. 1889, § 4616.)
SEC. 3043. Druggists Can Sell, What.-Apothecaries, registered as herein provided, shall have the right to keep and sell, under such restrictions as herein provided, all medicines and poisons authorized by the National American or United States Pharmacopæia as of recognized medical utility, except intoxicating liquors, which shall only be sold by druggists and pharmacists, as prescribed by section 3047 of this chapter. (R. S. 1889, $ 4617.)
(a) 96 MO. 44; 142 Mo. 586. Court of appeals has no jurisdiction, when. 105 Mo. 299. The state must prove that he is a druggist. 27 A. 626. It is the purpose of the statute to cover all the grounds in relation to the sale of liquors by druggists. 11 A. 160.
(b) Sale by druggists' clerk, when liable. 61 A. 368.
1 Sec. 3044. Selling Poisons, Conditions, etc., Penalty.--It shal be unlawful for any person to retail any poisons enumerated in schedules “A” and “B,” except as follows: Schedule "A"-arsenic and its preparations, biniodide of mercury, cyanide of potassium, hydrocianic acid, strychnia, and all other poisonous vegetable alkaloids and their salts, and the essential oil of bitter almonds. Schedule “B”-opium and its preparations, except paregoric and other preparations of opium containing less than two grains to the ounce; aconite, belladonna, colchicum, conius, nux vomica, henbape, savin, ergot, cotton root, cantharides, creosote, veratrum, digitalis, and their pharmaceutical preparations, croton oil, chloroform, chloral hydrate, sulphate of zinc corrosive sublimate, red precipitate, white precipitate, mineral acids, carbolic acid, oxalic acid, without labeling the box, vessel or paper in which the said poison is contained, and also the outside wrapper or cover, with the name of the article, the word “poison,” and the name and place of business of the seller. Nor shall it be lawful for any person to sell or deliver any poisons enumerated in schedules "A" and "B," unless upon due inquiry it be found that the purchaser is aware of its poisonous character, and represents that it is to be used for legitimate purposes Nor shall it be lawful for any registered pharmacist to sell any poisons included in schedule “A” without, before delivering the same to the purchaser, causing an entry to be made in a book kept for that purpose, stating the date of sale, name and address of purchaser, the name of poison sold, the purpose for which it was represented by the purchaser to be required, and the name of the dispenser-such book to be always open for inspection by the proper authorities, and to be preserved for at least five years. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the dispensing of poison in not unusual quantities or doses upon the prescriptions of practitioners of medicine. Nor shall it be lawful for any licensed or registered druggist or pharmacist to retail, sell or give away any alcoholic liquors or compounds as a beverage. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall he fined not less than twenty-five por more than one hundred dollars. (R. S. 1889, § 4618.)
SEC. 3045. Making False Representations, etc., Penalty.-Any person who shall procure or attempt to procure registration for himself or for another under this chapter, by making or causing to be made false representations, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon conviction thereof, be liable to a penalty of not less than twenty-five nor more than one hundred dollars, and the name of the person so fraudulently registered shall be stricken from the register. Any person not a registered pharmacist, as provided for in this chapter, who shall conduct a store, pharmacy, or place of retailing, compounding or dispepsing drugs, medicines or chemicals for medicinal use, or for compounding or dispensing physicians' prescriptions, or who shall take, use or exhibit the title of “registered pharmacist," shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than one hundred dollars, except as provided in section 3040. (R. S. 1889. § 4619.)
SEC. 3046. Chapter Shall Not Apply to What.—This chapter shall not apply to physicians putting up their own prescriptions, nor to the sale of proprietary medicines. (R. S. 1889, § 4620-e.)
SEC. 3047. May Sell or Give Away in What Quantity, When.No druggist, proprietor of a drug store or pharmacist shall, directly or indirectly, sell, give away or otherwise dispose of alcohol or intoxicating liquors of any kind in any quantity less than four gallons for any purpose, except on a written prescription, dated and signed, first had and obtained from some regu. larly registered and practicing physician, and then only when such physician shall state in such prescription the name of the person for whom the same is prescribed, and that such intoxicating liquor is prescribed as a necessary remedy: Provided, that any druggist or pharmacist may sell or give away, in good faith, any wine for sacramental purposes; provided further, that any druggist may sell alcohol in less quantities than four gallons for art, mechanical and scientific purposes, but only on a written application signed by a person known to the druggist to be a mechanic, scientist or artist, in which application
shall be stated the purpose for which alcohol is to be used. Any druggist who shall violate any of the provisions of this section, or any person who shall make a false statement in an application for alcohol, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall, for the first offense, be fined not less than one hundred nor more than five hundred dollars, and for a second offense shall, on conviction, in addition to such fine, have his certificate of registration as a pharmacist revoked. (R. S. 1889, $4621—f.)
Sec. 3048. Prescriptions Must Be Preserved, etc., Penalty for Pailure.-Every druggist, proprietor of a drug store or pharmacist shall carefully preserve all prescriptions compounded by him or those in his employ, numbering, dating and filing them in the order in which they are compounded, and shall produce the same in court or before any grand jury whenever thereto lawfully required, and on failing, neglecting or refusing so to do, shall be deemed guilty of a misdenieanor, and on conviction shall be punished by a fine not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars. (R. S. 1889, § 4622-g.)
Sec. 3049. Penalty for Making False Prescription, etc.-Any physician doing business as a pharmacist or druggist, and owning or operating a drug store or pharmacy, who shall write and permit the filling out at his own drug store or pharmacy of a prescription calling for intoxicating liquor, except the same is for the purpose and under the conditions mentioned in section 3047 of this chapter, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall have his certificate of registration as a druggist or pharmacist revoked as part of the judgment of the court, and in addition thereto be fined in a sum not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars. (R. S. 1889, § 4623.)
Sec. 3050. Prescription for Intoxicating Liquor, When Given, etc., Penalty.--Any physician, or pretended physician, who shall make or issue any prescription to any person for intoxicating liquors in any quantity, or for any compound of which such liquors shall form a part, to be used otherwise than for medicinal purposes, or who shall issue more than one prescription at the same time to any one, for intoxicating liquors, or for any compound of which such liquors shall become a part, or who shall make or issue any prescription contrary to any existing law, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction be punished by a fine of not less than forty nor more than two hundred dollars. (R. S. 1889, § 4624-h.)
Sec. 3051. Intoxicating Liquors Not to be Drunk on Premises -Penalty.-Any druggist or dealer in drugs and medicines who shall suffer alcohol or intoxicating liquors to be drunk at or about his place of business, shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine not exceeding
(f) Section same as laws 1883. Druggist cannot sell or give away bitters or proprietary medicine containing intoxicating liquors without a prescription. 20 A. 412; 24 A. 462; 80 Mo. 303; 81 Mo. 78; 107 Mo. 78. What state must prove. 27 A. 626; see 81 Mo. 78. Indictment. 29 A. 641. Local option law does not interfere with the druggist and pharmacy law. 96 Mo. 44; 41 A. 160; 45 A, 656; 46 A. 421. Law constitutional. 10 Mo. 591; 16 Mo. 389; 18 Mo. 516; 20 Mo. 490; 92 Mo. 325. A drug and prescription clerk may be compelled to testify, when. 66 Mo. 588. Each sale of intoxicating liquor without a license constitutes a distinct and separate offense. 31 Mo. 197. Druggist's prescription. 108 Mo. 666. When both agent and principal are liable. 14 Mo. 137. Sale of whisky at drug store by a person in charge establishes sale by defendant; 40 A. 627. Information must charge what. 47 A. 558; 52 A. 389. Indictment must state name of person to whom liquor was sold. 44 A. 45; 108 Mo. 117. Prescription may be invoked as defense, when. 52 A. 130. Definition of "druggist.” 52 A. 389. Must be indicted as a druggist or pharmacist, when. 62 A. 101; 73 A. 605; 69 A. 286; 70 A. 406. Statute construed. 75 A. 454. Druggists only amenable to the law regulating sales of liquor by men engaged in that calling. 71 A. 550. Charged with selling liquor on Sunday. 73 A. 602. When physician is a druggist and indicted for selling on his own prescriptions. 72 A. 78, 230.
(g) Constitutional. 108 Mo. 666. Subpoena calling for prescription must be definite. 117 Mo. 614.
(h) 73 A. 576.
(e) 36 A. 517; 63 A. 244.
two hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not Sec. 1. That chapter twenty-three of the Revised Statutes of exceeding six months. (R. S. 1889, § 4625.)
Missouri of 1899 be and the same is hereby amended by adding Sec. 3052. Examination by Board of Pharmacy.-The said a new section thereto, to be known as section 3048a, to read as board of pharmacy shall, upon application, and at such time and follows: place and in such manner as they may determine, examine every
SEC. 3048a. Every druggist, proprietor of a drug store or phar• person who shall desire to conduct the business of selling at re
macist shall, on the first Monday of each and every month, file tail, com pounding or dispensing drugs, medicines or chemicals
with the county clerk of the county in which he is doing business for medicinal use, or to compound and dispense physicians' pre
a copy of all prescriptions compounded by him or those in his scriptions as pharmacists; and if a majority of said board shall
employ, prescribing only for intoxicating liquors, during the be satisfied that said person is competent and fully qualified to preceding month, and said copies of said prescriptions shall be conduct said business, they shall enter the name of such person accompanied by an affidavit of the druggist, proprietor of a drug as a registered pharmacist in the book provided for in section
store or pharmacist, stating that said copies so filed are true and 3039, of chapter 23, of the Revisedj Statutes of Missouri, 1899:
are copies of all such prescriptions filled by him or those in his em. Provided, that the board of pharmacy, in conducting examina- ploy during the preceding month; and on failing, peglecting or tions under the provisions of this section, shall not be permitted
refusing so to do, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and to inquire into the source of information of any applicant, but
on conviction shall be punished by a fine not less than fifty nor shall subject all applicants to the same examination, and require
more than two hundred dollars. of all the same degree of efficiency: Provided, that nothing
Sec. 2180. Penalty for Circulating Obscene Books, Pictures, herein shall affect the rights of those who are now legally reg.
Etc.-Whoever sells or offers for sale, or gives away or exhibits or istered pharmacists. (Laws 1895, p. 169.)
circulates, with or without intent to sell or give away, any obDruggists And Their Licenses (S. B. 163). scene, lewd or indecent or lascivious book, pamphlet, paper, An Act to amend chapter 23 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri,
drawing, lithograph, engraving, picture, photograph, model, 1899, in relation to druggists and their licenses, by adding) a
cast, instrument, or article of indecent or immoral use, or medinew section thereto, to be known as section 3048a.
cine for procuring abortion or preventing conception, or adverSEC. 1. Druggists to file copy of prescription for intoxicating
tises the same for sale, or writes or prints any letter, circular, liquors.
handbill, card book pamphlet, advertisement or notice of any Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Missouri,
kind, giving information ditectly or indirectly, when where, how as follows:
or by what means any of the articles or things hereinbefore SEC. 1. That chapter 23 of the Revised 'Statutes of Missouri of
mentioned can be purchased or otherwise obtained or made, shall
on conviction thereof be fined not more than one thousand 1899 be and the same is hereby amended by adding a new section thereto, to be known as section 3048a, to read as follows:
dollars, nor less than fifty dollars, or be imprisoned not more Sec. 3048a. Every druggist proprietor of a drug store or phar
than one year in the county jail, or both; but nothing in this macist, shall, on the first Monday of each and every month, file
section shall be construed so as to effect teaching in regular with the county clerk of the county in which he is doing business,
medical colleges, or public standard medical books or the practice a copy of all prescriptions compounded by him or those in his
of regular practitioners of medicine, or druggists in their legiti
mate business. (R. S. 1899, 3301). employ, prescribing for only intoxicating liquors during the preceding month, and said copies (if) (of) said prescriptions shall be accompanied by an affidavit of the druggist, proprietor of a
Approved April 15, 1905.
An Act to regulate the sale of cocaine and of preparations containing cocaine.
Sec. 1. It shall not be lawful for any druggist or other person to retail or sell or give away any cocaine hydrochlorate or other salt of or any compound of cocaine, or preparation containing cocaide, or any salts of or any compound thereof, excepting upon the written prescription of a licensed physician or licensed dentist, licensed under the laws of this state, which prescription shall only be filled once. Provided, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to sales in the usual quantities at whole. sale by any manufacturer or wholesale dealer when such manufacturer or wholesale dealer shall have affixed to the box, bottle or package containing such cocaine hydrochlorate or other salt or compound of cocaine or preparation containing cocaine, a label specifically setting forth the proportion of cocaine contained in any preparation.
Sec. 2. Every person who shall be found guilty of violation of the provisions of this act, shall for the first offense, be fined a sum not less than ten dollars, nor more than fifty dollars, and for
Red Poppy. each subsequent offense not less than fifty dollars, nor more than two hundred dollars, or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding pinety days, or either or both, in the discretion of the
Worthy of the Ingenuity of a Drug Clerk.-A St. court.
Louis society woman has insulated with glass knobs a Missouri Liquor Law.-A new liquor law of interest chair and stool so that during thunder storms she can to pharmacists was passed by the legislature of Missouri sit on the chair with her feet on the stool and thus feel and signed by the governor, April 15. It reads as perfectly safe from lightning which might otherwise follows:
run along the floor and do her bodily harm.
RUG STORE-In a good business town of 1,200; large terri
tory to draw from; clean, up-to-date stock; very little
credit; no paints, oil, glass or wall paper; best reasons for sellIf You Do Not Find Your Advertisement, Carefully Observe:
ing; invoice $3,000 to $3,500; investigate this. Address No. 87, care Meyer Brothers Druggist.
 1. Only subscribers are entitled to free advertisements and DR Stockhof drugs on the late J. w. Baird; a good location;
Tenn.; I to these notices must not exceed fifty words in length. 2. All advertisements from non-subscribers must be accompanied by one
elean stock; up-to-date fixtures; last year's business $16,600; cent per word; otherwise no attention will be paid to the corre
store rents for $30.00 per month; will give some one a good deal spondence. 3. Free advertisements for subscribers are only for
if taken at once. Address J. B. White, Administrator.  requests for positions or clerks, announcements of drug stores for sale, or the desire to purchase a business. 4. A charge of i DRUCASTORE-A11 or one-half interest in the best paying,
cleanest, up-to-date drug store in Northwest Missouri, in five cents per word will be made for all advertisements not
city of 1500; annual cash sales $13,500; will invoice about $3,800 to coming under the above specifications. 5. No attention is paid
$1,000; this is no dead stock to be sold at a discount; poor health to anonymous communications. 6. Write the advertisement on a
reason for selling. Address No. 86, care Meyer Brothers Drugseparate sheet and on but one side of the paper. 7. To prevent
gist. delay, have answers directed to the advertiser's address and not
 to this office. 8. No letters will be forwarded from this office unless the advertiser sends postage for same. 9. Spell out every
RUG STORE AND PRACTICE-Unopposed drug store and DI
practice, also residence; in railroad town in best part of word in full; never abbreviate. 10. Copy for advertisements Missouri; large territory; rich farming community; will entermust reach us not later than the 25th of the month.
tain trade for a small clear farm or poultry ranch; good reasons for selling. Address Dr. A. D. G., care Evans-Smith Drug Co. Kansas City, Mo.
married man, to buy one of the oldest established drug stores in an Ohio town of 5,000; location good; only one other
drug store; well equipped; good stock; fine fixtures and fountain; experience; single; good references; city or country. Address direct to C. Hollister, Westfield, Ill.
cheap rent; $3,000 cash for quick sale. Address No. 92, care  Meyer Brothers Druggist.
 Si position in tower af from 8,000€ ko 4,000 inhabitants; single D Roffer for sale my property, practice and stock of drugs which
By and registered Address No. 93, care Meyer Brothers Druggist.
will invoice about $800 to $1,000; in one of the best locations in Southern Illinois, practice will average $3,000 per year; collec
tions good; part cash, balance, time to suit. “Address No. 89, HELP WANTED. care Meyer Brothers Druggist.
lished and owned by present proprietor twenty years; 10LERK-Drug clerk, registered assistant in Illinois, wanted
cated in live and growing Southern Indiana town (second largest at once by Schwartz Brothers, Salem, Ill.
in state), of 75,000; business and reputation good; yearly sales
$10,000; chance of life time; reason for selling, other investNew Mexico, $75; Louisiana, $75; Alabama, $100; positions
ments. Address No. 90, care Meyer Brothers Druggist,  men, free. National Pharmaceutical Agency, Holland Building; DR brick building and two-story frame residence; in good
sale St. Louis, Mo.
county seat city in Southern Illinois; good, clean, up-to-date
stock; no cut prices; only one other drug store; would sell for must be young; a good salesman, with a fair knowledge of cash or exchange for good improved farm in Illinois, Iowa or prescription work and able to furnish satisfactory references;
Missouri. Address, for particulars, Lock Box 67, Vienna, Ill.  position permanent to a good man. Address Red Cross Pharmacy, Centralia, Ill.
 ALESMEN, OFFICE MEN, CHEMISTS, ETC., thoroughly
familiar with the drug or chemical business; we have many excellent openings with the leading firms in the country in the above lines of business; positions must be filled at once; call or write today. Hapgoods, 919 Chemical Building, St. Louis. 
INRIAN RELICS. If you have any for sale or exchange, address
(tf]. $75.00 WEEKLY easily made fitting glasses; write today, for
free Eyebook; it tells how; splendid side line for druggists. FOR SALE. National Optical College, 707 Olive Street, St. Louis.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-I wish to sell or exchange 450 RUG STORE-In town located in North Central part of acres good rich soil, well timbered, in Delta, near VicksDH
Texas; established business; clean stock and good location. burg, Miss., for a good drug business worth $4,000 to $10,000. Address No. 91, this office.  Address Box 105, Kilbourne, Mason County, Ill.
112] D RUG FIXTURES AND SHOW CASES-At a very low price Special attention-Great clearance house in America, for drug my entire lot of drug fixtures and show cases; for par
store buyers and sellers; free service to buyers and those needing ticulars, address H. L. Wagner, San Antonio, Tex.
 employes; drug men of all kinds furnished positions anywhere;
established 1904; special plan; expert service; strictly reliable. D RUG STOCK AND FIXTURES — In a county seat town in F.V. Kniest, R. P., The Drug Store Man,” N.Y.L. Bldg., Omaha, Southwestern Nebraska; invoice $4,000; owner has too Neb.
 much outside business. Address No. 78, care Meyer Brothers Druggist.
TRADE NOTES. Digures in good rallroad town; will sell at a bargain; can pe continued at present town or moved. Address T. J. Hughes, On Page 7, advertising forms of this number, apGlasgow, Mo.
pears the advertisement of the American Loose Leaf DR RUG STORE-Good paying drug store in Illinois for sale; Co. The Meyer Brothers Drug Co., of this city, have
last invoice $5,386; doing a business of $9,000 per year; ili used several thousand of these holders and have been Tealth of proprietor necessitates the change. Address No. 88, are Meyer Brothers Druggist.
* [22using them for a number of years. They will be glad RUG STORE-One-half or whole interest in drug store in
to correspond with prospective buyers relative to the DN Southwest Missouri town of 2,500; invoice $3,500; good
merits of these holders. easons for selling; this will bear close investigation; monthly ales $750 to $900; write today. Address Box 94, Grauby, Mo. 
We have been Advised by E. S. Wells, of Jersey DR RUG STORE-A half interest in an established drug store in City, N. J., that his “Rough On Rats” and all of his
one of the most thriving cities in Oklahoma; choice locaion; conditions and business possibilities unsurpassed.
other killers are exempt under the new Pure Food and
Ad. ress J. C. Vaughan, care Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis. Drugs Law, but that he has made application to the
 Secretary of Agriculture for a serial number with the RUG STORE-In a county seat town of Central Illinois; in- view of guaranteeing such of his toilet and medicinal
voice $3,000; drugs, paints, holiday goods, soda fountain: preparations as come under the law, and he requests xcellent soda water town; will take $500 discount for cash and uick sale. For full particulars, address No. 94, care Meyer
that dealers notify him promptly of such stock as they rothers Druggist.
 have on hand, that the proper labels may be forwarded.