1920: Pharmacists being muzzled

There were concerns about the 'muzzling' of country town pharmacists in August 1920, meanwhile discussions were under way to develop a code of ethics for the profession A recent case had brought to light the invidious position of many country town pharmacists when there was no available "medical man' as reported in AJP August 1920.

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