‘If he were caught in an open shop he would be guilty’

It’s June 1894, and the AJP reports on the case of a man who styled himself a “consulting herbalist” working from home – and what it meant for pharmacy ownership We began our June, 1894 edition by examining the “highly important” case of The Pharmacy Board of Victoria v Hewer, which “cannot but exercise a

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