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THE BRITISH PHARMACEUTICAL CONFERENCE.

AN ORGANIZATION FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND THE PROMOTION

OF FRIENDLY INTERCOURSE AMONGST PHARMACISTS.
This Association of Chemists and Druggists and others interested in Pharmacy is managed by about twenty unpaid oficers annually elected by the members.

ANNUAL MEETINGS OF MEMBERS.
1863, NEWCASTLE. 1864, BATH. 1865, BIRMINGHAM. 1866, NOTTINGHAM. 1867, DUNDEE. 1868, NORWICH. 1869, EXETER. 1870, LIVERPOOL.
1871, EDINBURGH. 1872, Brighton. 1873, BRADFORD. 1874, LONDON. 1875, BRISTOL. 1876, Glasgow. 1877, PLYMOUTH.

1878, DUBLIN. 1879, SHEFFIELD. 1880, SWANSEA, 1881, YORK. 1882, SOUTHAMPTON. 1883, SOUTHPORT.
The chief business of the meetings is the communication of written descriptions of original investigations made by members during the year, and includes discussions on such

Presidents:-
1863-4, 1864-5, H. DEANE, F.L.S.; 1865-6, 1866–7, PROF. BENTLEY, M.R.C.S.; 1867-8, 1868-9, D, HANBURY, F.R.S.;
1869–70, 1870–1, W. W. STODDART, F.C.S.; 1871-2, 1872-3, H. B. BRADY, F.R.S.; 1873-4, 1874-5, T. B. GROVES, F.C.S.;
1875-6, 1876–7, Prof. REDWOOD, F.C.S.; 1877–8, 1878-9, G. F. SCHACHT, F.C.S. ; 1879-80, W. SOUTHALL, F.L.S.;

1880–81, R. REYNOLDS, F.C.S. 1881–82, 1882–83, PROF. ATTFIELD, Ph.D., F.R.S., etc.

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papers by the assembled members and visitors.

THE YEAR-BOOK OF PHARMACY AND TRANSACTIONS.
The Conference annually presents to members a handsome octavo volume of about 500 pages, containing the proceedings at the yearly meeting, and a report
on the progress of pharmacy, or YEAR-Book, comprising abstracts of papers on pharmacy, materia medica, and chemistry, and on new preparations, processes, and
formulæ, published at home and abroad during each year. The funds of the Conference, composed of annual subscriptions of seven shillings and sixpence, are
devoted to the production of this useful book, no pains being spared to make it the desk companion of the year, and an invaluable permanent work of reference
for every chemist and druggist. The Executive Committee of the Conference trusts that members will show the current Year. Book to their friends and acquaint-
auces-principals, assistants, or pupils-and obtain as large a number of new members as possible. Alphabetical lists of the names and addresses of sul).
scribers will be found in each Year-Book,

NOMINATION FOR MEMBERSHIP.
Gentlemen desiring to join the Conference can be nominated at any time on applying to a Secretary or any other Officer or member. The Name and Address
of each candidate should be written legibly, and forwarded to “The Secretary," British Pharmaceutical Conference, 17, Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C.,
together with the subscription.

THE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION.
The Conference year commences on July 1st, and Annual Subscriptions are due in advance on that date.For Great Britain and Ireland, and for all countries
included in Schedulo "A" of the Postal Union, the Subscription is Seven Shillings and Sixpence. For other countries the Subscription is Seven Shillings and
Sixpence, and in addition the cost of the postage to those countries of a book weighing two imperial pounds.

Remittances may be made by Post Office Order, crossed " & Co." made payable to the British Pharmaceutical Conference, at the "High Holborn" Post Office, and
should be addressed as follows :-" The Secretary, Brit. Pharm. Conf., 17, Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C.

To all members who have previously paid the Annual Subscription, the Year-Book, including Transactions, is posted as soon as published in December, and
to other members immediately on receipt of the Subscription.

Extra copies of the Year-Book and Transactions for 1873 and subsequent issues, will be sent to members on receipt of Subscription as above, for each
additional copy. To non-members, the price is Ten Shillings per volume, exclusive of postage. Volumes previous to 1873 are out of print.

(F. BADEN BENGER, F.C.S., Manchester,

ecretaries, Honorary General Secretaries, {

SIDNEY PLOWMAN, F.I.C., London,

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COMPRISING

ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS

RELATING TO

PHARMACY, MATERIA MEDICA, AND CHEMISTRY

CONTRIBUTED TO BRITISH AND FOREIGN JOURNALS,

FROM JULY 1, 1891, TO JUNE 30,

1882.

WITH THE

TRANSACTIONS

OF THE

BRITISH PHARMACEUTICAL

CONFERENCE

AT THE

NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING

HELD AT

SOUTHAMPTON,

AUGUST, 1882.

LONDON:
J. & A. CHURCHILL, 11, NEW BURLINGTON STREET.

MDCCCLXXXII.

TRANSFERED TO
For A BATORY

YEAR-BOOK OF PHARMACY AND TRANSACTIONS

OF THE

British Pharmaceutical Conference.

1881-82.

COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION.

PROF. ATTFIELD, PH.D., F.R.S., ETC.,

President of the Conference, 1881-82.

F. BADEN BENGER, F.C.S.
THOMAS B. GROVES, F.C.S.
RICHARD REYNOLDS, F.C.S.
CHARLES SYMES, P.D.

MICHAEL CARTEIGHE, F.I.C., F.C.S.,

Secretary to the Committee.

EDITOR OF THE YEAR-Book.
LOUIS SIEBOLD, F.I.C., F.C.S.

OFFICERS FOR 1882-83.

PRESIDENT.
Prof. ATTFIELD, Ph.D., F.R.S., F.I.C., F.C.S.

VICE-PRESIDENTS,

Who have filled the office of President.
Prof. BENTLEY, F.L.S., M.R.C.S., Londoc.
H. B. BRADY, F.R.S., etc., Newcastle-on-Tyne.
THOMAS B. GROVES, F.C.S., Weymouth.
Prof. REDWOOD, Ph.D., F.I.C., F.C.S., Londo:i.
G. F. SCHACHT, F.C.S., Clifton, Bristol.
W. SOUTHALL, F.L.S., Birmingham.
RICHARD REYNOLDS, F.C.S., Leeds.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.
M. CARTEIGHE, F.I.C., F.C.S., London.
W. V. RADLEY, Southport.
C. UMNEY, F.I.C., F.C.S., London.
J. R. YOUNG, Edinburgh.

TREASURER.
C. EKIN, F.C.S., London.

HONORARY GENERAL SECRETARIES.
F. BADEN BENGER, F.C.S., Manchester.
SIDNEY PLOWMAN, F.I.C., London.

SECRETARY.
PHILIP PRINCEP, London.

LOCAL SECRETARY.

WILLIAM ASHTON, Southport.
OTHER MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 1882–83.
R. CHIPPERFIELD, South- | W. A. H. NAYLOR, F.C.S.,
ampton.

London.
F. W. FLETCHER, F.C.S., J.C. C. PAYNE, Belfast.
London.

P. W. SQUIRE, F.L.S., F.C.S., JAMES KERSHAW, South. London. port.

G. S. TAYLOR, F.C.S., London. A. KINNINMONT, F.C.S., Glas. J.C. THRESH, D.Sc., F.C.S., Bux. gow.

1 ton. These Officers collectively constitute the Executive Committee. Three retire annually, the remainder being eligible for re-election.

AuditoRS. J. SPEARING, Southampton. THOMAS H. SYKES, Southport.

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