Pharmacy suffers from rabbit poison sale

July 1921: Did the Pharmacy Board approve a shopkeeper's sales of cheap strychnine, harming pharmacists 'in the public estimation'?  The July 1921 edition of AJP included a report on "an important prosecution" under the New South Wales Poisons Act.   In a case which the report said had "harmed pharmacists in the public estimation", a retail

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