National Institutes of Health Bulletin, Ѻ 106-110

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917
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˹ 124 - Report No. 2 on the origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia, 1907.
˹ 126 - Digest of comments on the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America (eighth decennial revision) and the National Formulary (third edition) for the calendar year ending December 31, 1910.
˹ 7 - First. If, when a drug is sold under or by a name recognized in the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary, it differs from the standard of strength, quality, or purity, as determined by the test laid down in the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary official at the time of investigation...
˹ 87 - A mixture of phenols and phenol derivatives, chiefly guaiacol and creosol, obtained during the distillation of wood-tar, preferably that derived from the beech.
˹ 64 - By Ch. Wardell Stiles. No. 18. An account of the tapeworms of the genus HymenoJepit parasitic In man, including reports of several new cases of the dwarf tapeworm (H. nana) in the United States. By Brayton H. Ransom. No. 19. A method for Inoculating animals with precise amounts. By MJ Rosenau. No. 20. A zoological investigation into the cause, transmission, and source of Rocky Mountain
˹ 39 - ... 23. PRECEDENTS. In all matters not specially provided for, in these general principles the rules established for previous revisions, if there are any, should be generally followed.
˹ 20 - It is recommended that changes in the titles of articles at present official be made only for the purpose of insuring greater accuracy or safety in dispensing. In the case of newly admitted articles it is recommended that such titles be chosen as are in harmony with general usage and convenient for prescribing; but in the case of chemicals of a definite composition a scientific name should be given at least as a synonym.
˹ 12 - Pharmacopoeia any product of nature of known origin; also any synthetized product of definite composition which is in common use by the medical profession, the identity, purity, or strength of which can be determined. No compound or mixture shall be introduced if the composition or mode of manufacture thereof be kept secret, or if it be controlled by unlimited proprietary or patent rights.
˹ 40 - The Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury...
˹ 17 - An ordinary, thin-walled drinking glass is filled or partially filled with the solution. A saucer or small plate, in which is placed a piece of white blotting paper cut the size of the dish, is put bottom up over the glass. The whole is then quickly inverted, a match placed under the edge of the glass, and the container is ready for use. As the solution dries out of the saucer the liquid seal at the edge of the glass is broken and more liquid flows into the lower receptacle. Thus the paper is always...