‘Keeping the chemist in his proper place’

It’s 1894, and the Australasian Journal of Pharmacy looks from the colonies to England to consider a vexed issue: prescribing chemists Between a discussion of “botanic practitioners” and their concerns about a potential legal threat to their business, the untimely death of a leading British pharmacist via chloral overdose and a discussion of suicide by

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