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PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

AMERICAN

PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION

AT THE

FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING,

HELD AT

PUT-IN-BAY, ()., SKPTEMBER, 1899.

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PRESIDENT.

ALBERT B. PRESCOTT Ann Arbor, Mich.

nRST VICE-PRESIDENT.

LEWIS C. HOPP Cleveland, O.

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT.

WM. L. DEWOODY Hne Bluff, Ark.

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT.

HENRY R. GRAY Montreal, Can.

TREASURER.

SAMUEL A. D. SHEPPARD Boston, Mass.

GENERAL SECRETARY.

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CHAS. CASPARI, Jr. . > Baltimore, Md.

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REPORTER ON THE PROGRESS OF PHARMACY.

C. LEWIS DIEHL Louisville, Ky.

LOCAL SECRETARY.

T. ASHBY MILLER Richmondi Va.

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COUNCIL.

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Term MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL.

Expires.

1900. The Officers of the Association, " The Chairmen of the Three Sections, \ Ex-officio. " The Secretary of the Council, " Wm. a. Frost St. Paul, Minn.

« Caswell A. Mayo New York, N. Y.

" Thomas F. Main New York, N. Y.

1901. Wm. S. Thompson Washington, D. C.

" Henry M. Whitney North Andover Depot, Mass.

" Chas. a. Rapfxye Hartford, Conn.

1902. Chas. E. Dohme Baltimore, Md.

" Henry M. Whelpley St. Louis, Mo.

" Leo Eliel South Bend, Ind.

OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL.

Wm. S. Thompson, Chairman. James M. Good, Vice-Chairman.

Geo. W. Kennedy, Secretary.

COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL.

On Membership : On Publication :

H. M. Whelpley, Chairman^ Chas. Caspari, Jr., Chairman^

Henry M. Whitney, I c. Lewis Diehl,

Wm. a. Frost, , James M. Good,

Henry R. Gray, Leo Eliel,

Lewis C. Hopp, ' C. B. Lowe.

Wm. L. Dewoody, ^ ^ . / r- v

_ ,, On Centennial Fund :

T Ashby Miller

Geo. W. Kennedy, Secretary, A. B. Prescott, Chairman,

The Treasurer and General Sec- Chas. E. Dohme,

retary of the Association, ex , Chas. Caspari, Jr.

officio. Auditing Committee : (Appointed by the

On Finance : \ Chairman of the Council.)

Chas. E. Dohme, Chairman, Chas. A. Rapelye, Chairman,

Thomas F. Main, ' T. R. Shannon,

Chas. A. Rapelye. I P. W. Newton.

(iv)

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION.

(Appointed by the Council.)

Chas. Caspari, Jr. (Chairman) Baltimore, Md.

Albert E. Ebert, Chicago, III. Moody, B. Avary, Atlanta, Ga.

Caswell A. Mayo, New York, N. Y. H. M. Whelpley, St. Louis, Mo.

Chas. M. Ford, Denver, Colo. Wm. M. Searby, San Francisco, Cal.

Wm. J. M. Gordon, Cincinnati, O. . Chas. T. Heller, St. Paul, Minn.

S. A. D. Sheppard, Boston, Mass. A. K. Finlay, New Orleans, La.

T. AsHBY Miller, Richmond, Va.

COMMITTEE ON THE REVISION OF THE U. S. PHARMACOPCEIA.

(Appointed by the President.)

Leo Eliel (Chairman) South Bend, Ind.

A. R. L. DoHME, Baltimore, Md. Chas. M. Ford, Denver, Colo.

W. L. ScoviLLE, Boston, Mass. F. W. E. Stedem, Philadelphia, Pa.

COMMITTEE ON GENERAL PRIZES.

(Appointed by the President.)

Wm . M. Searby (Chairman) San Francisco, C^.

£. A. RuDDiMAN, Nashville, Tenn. Emerson R. Miller, Auburn, Ala.

COMMITTEE ON THE EBERT PRIZE.

(Appointed by the Chairman of the Section on Scientific Papers.)

Wm. Stmon (Chairman) Baltimore, Md.

A. B. Stevens, Ann Arbor, Mich. E. H. Bartley, Brooklyn, N. Y.

COMMnTEE ON SCIENTIFIC PAPERS.

Frank G. Ryan (Chairman) Philadelphia, Pa.

C. A. Mayo, (Secretary), New York, N. Y. Francis Hemm, St. Louis, Mo.

COMMITTEE ON PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION AND LEGISLATION.

Clement B. Lowe (Chairman) Philadelphia, Pa.

Juuus A. Koch (Secretary), Pittsburg, Pa. John U. Lloyd, Cincinnati, O. F. W. E. Stedem, Philadelphia, Pa. Wm. C. Alpers, New York, N. Y.

COMMnTEE ON COMMERCIAL INTERESTS.

James M. Good (Chairman) St. Louis, Mo.

C A- Rapelye (Secretary), Hartford, Conn. F. W. E. Stedem, Philadelphia, Pa. Mason B. Wood, E. Providence, R. I. Paul G. Schuh, Cairo, 111.

1

VI

SPECIAL COMMIITEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

(Appointed by the President.) COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL LEGISLATION.

F. E. Stewart (Chairman)

A. E. Ebert, Chicago, III. Jno. F. Patton, York, Pa.

New York, N. Y,

A. B. Lyons, Detroit, Mich. H. P. Hynson, Baltimore, Md.

COMMITTEE ON PRACTICAL PHARMACY AND DISPENSING.

H. P. Hynson (Chairman)

Wm. Mittelbach, Boonville, Mo. E. R. Selzer, Geveland, O. Wm. L. Cliffe, Philadelphia, Pa.

Baltimore, Md.

A. Brown Rains, Columbia, Tenn. Wm. C. Powell, Snow Hill, Md, , Robt. M. Dadd, Milwaukee, Wis.

COMMITTEE ON BENEFICIARY FEATURES.

C. S. N. Hallberg (Chairman) Chas. M. Ford, Denver, Colo.

Chicago, 111.

H. P. Berryhill, Connellsville, Pa.

COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL FORMULARY.

C. Lewis Diehl (Chairman) . . . .

C. S. N. Hallberg, Chicago, 111. G. H. C. Khe, St. Louis, Mo.

Louisville, Ky.

C. T. P. Fen n EI., Cmcinnati, O. Adam Conrath, Milwaukee, Wis.

AUXILIARY COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP. H. M. Whelpley (Chairman) St. Louis, Mo.

Alabama. A. E. Brown, Mobile. Arizona. C. L. Eschman, Phoenix. Arkansas. W. W. Kerr, Batesville. California. J. J. B. Argenti, San Francisco. Colorado. Edmund L. Scholtz, Denver. Connecticut. Chas. A. Rapelye, Hartford. Delaware. H. K. Watson, Wilmington. District of Columbia. S. L. Hilton, Wash- ington. Florida. Jas. E. Kirk, Jacksonville. Georgia. S. P. Watson, Atlanta. Idaho. D. E. Smithson, Emmett. Illinois. H. H. Rogers, Kankakee. Indiana. C. H. Eichrodt, Indianapolis. Indian Ter. C. G. Moore, Eufaula. Iowa. Fletcher Howard, Des Moines.

Kansas. Geo. Leis, Lawrence. Kentucky. Addison Dimmitt, Louisville. Louisiana. Wm. M. Levy, New Orleans. Maine. Edward A. Hay, Portland. Maryland. Wm. C. Powell, Snow Hill. Massachusetts. F. M. Harris, Worcester. Michigan. Geo. McDonald, Kalamazoo. Minnesota, F. J. Wulling, Minneapolis. Missouri. Ambrose Mueller, Webster

Grove. Montana. Emil A. Starz, Helena. iVebraska. A. V. Pease, Fairbury. Xevada. Wm. A. Brown, Winnemucca. A^ew Hampshire. J. B. Baril, Manchester. iVew Jersey, (ieo. W. Parisen, Perth

Amboy.

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOOATION.

Vll

New Mexico, Lawrence E. Nowers, Hills- boro.

New York, Qay W. Holmes, Ebnira.

North Carolina, E. V. Zoeller, Tarboro.

North Dakota, Herbert E. White, James- town.

Ohio. J. C. Firman, Findlay.

Oregon. Louis Blumauer, Portland.

Pennsylvania, John F. Patton, York.

Rhode Island. Jas. O'Hare, Providence.

South Carolina. O. E. Thomas, Colum- bia.

South Dakota. Edw. C. Bent, Dell Rapids.

Tennessee. E. B. Davis, Nashville.

Texas, Jacob Burgheim, Houston.

Utah. Fred. J. HiU, Salt Lake City.

Vermont. A. L. Dutcher, St. Albans.

Virginia. A. G. Briggs, Richmond.

Washington. H. E. Holmes, Seattle.

West Virginia. Wm. H. WUliams, Wheel- ing.

Wisconsin, H. C. Schrank, Milwaukee.

Province of Manitoba, Chas. Flexon, Winnipeg.

Province of Nova Scotia, F. C. Simson,

Halifax. Province of Ontario, Henry Watters,

Ontario. Province of Quebec, R. W. Williams,

Three Rivers. City of Baltimore. Chas. H. Ware. City of Boston, W. L. Scoville. City of Brooklyn, R. C. Werner. Ctty of Chicago, Andrew Scherer. City of Cincinnati. Albert Wetterstroem. City of Cleveland. Geo. W. Voss. City of Detroit. Joseph Helfman. City of Louisville. O. C. DiUy. City of Montreal, J. E. Morrison. City of New Orleans. F. C. Godbold. City of New York. Chas. S. Erb and R.

R. Lampa. City of Philadelphia. J. C. Peacock. City of St, Louis, H. F. Hassebrock. City of St, Paul, Ed. A. Warren. City of Minneapolis. E. Floyd Allen. Army and Navy of the U, S, W. H.

Huntingtbn.

COMMITTEE ON WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

Frank G. Ryan (Chairman)

Alabama. Gustavus A. Knabe, Mont- gomery. Harry Brisley, Prescott.

E. F. Klein, Hot Springs. John H. Dawson, San Fran- cisco.

F. Ramaley, Boulder. J. C. Nichols, New Lon- don.

H. K. Watson, Wilmington. Dist.Columbia.^ . H. Bradbury, Washing- ton.

L. S. Smith, St. Augustine.

H. R. Slack, La Grange.

David E. Smithson, Emmett.

C. S. N. Hallberg, Chicago.

Frank H. Carter, Indian- apolis.

G. A. Hillebert,Wynnewood. Jno. L. Etzel, Clear Lake. B. W. Woodward, Lawrence. Jno. W. Gayle, Frankfort. J. A. Legendre, New Or- leans.

Arizona.

Arkansas.

California,

Colorado, Connecticut.

Delaware.

Florida,

Georgia.

Idaho.

Illinois.

Indiana.

Indian Ter,

Iowa.

Kansas.

Kentiuky.

Louisiana,

Maine,

Maryland.

Massachusetts.

Michigan.

Minnesota.

Mississippi. Missouri,

Nebraska.

Nevada.

N,IIampskire.

New Jersey. New York. N. Carolina. North Dakota. Ohio. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Rhode Island, South Carolina South Dakota.

Philadelphia, Pa.

G. W. Dorr, Waterville. J. Fuller Frames, Baltimore. F. T. Drake, Stoneham. A. B. Stevens, Ann Arbor. H. Gordon Webster, Minne

apolis. J. F. Moore, Meridian. A. Brandenberger, Jefferson

City. N. A. Kuhn, Omaha. W. A. Brown, Winnemucca. S. Howard Bell, Derry

Depot. Chas. Y. Dare, Bridgeton. A. B. Huested, Albany. J. H. Hardin, Wilmington. L. Christianson, P'argo.

E. R. Selzer, Cleveland. G. C. Blakely. The Dalles.

F. G. Ryan, Philadelphia. M. B. Wood, E. Providence. .Henry C. Plenge, Charleston. Lyman T. Dunning, Sioux

Falls.

vin

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

Tennessee. Texas.

Utah, Vermont.

Chas. M.Greve,ChattaDooga. Virginia. C. G. Maphis, Charlottes- G. J. F. Schmitt. San An- I ville.

tonio. I Washington. G. H. Watt, Pullman.

F. A. Druehl, Salt Lake City. I W. Virginia. Wm. H. Williams, Wheeling. W. F. Root, Brattleboro. ' Wisconsin. Jno. R. Drake, Milwaukee.

COMMITTEE ON STATUS OF PHARMACISTS IN THE ARMY, NAVY AND MARINE HOSPITAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES.

Geo. F. Payne (Chairman) Atlanta, Ga.

Alabama. Arizona. Arkansas. California.

Colorado.

Connecticut.

Delaware

P. C. Candidus, Mobile. ' Missouri.

Irwin W. Furl, Phoenix. Wm. L. Dcwoody, Pine Bluff. Nebraska^ Wm. M. Searby, San Fran- 1 Nevada. Cisco.

ton.

Iowa. Kansas.

Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland.

0. W. Krueger, Kansas City.

C. R. Sherman, Omaha. Wm. A. Brown, Winne- \ mucca.

Chas. M. Ford, Denver. ' N. Hampshire^ Andrew P. Preston, Ports-

Jas. T. Eagny, New Haven. mouth.

Edw. S. Collins, Wilming- New Jersey. Qarence P. Smith, Newark.

New Mexico. Lawrence E. Nowers, Hills- borough. Ne7v York. Geo. J. Seabury, New York. NorthCarolina.^2xrj W. Vaughan, Dur- ham. North Dakota. H. L. Haussamen, Grafton. Ohio. Chas. E. Ink, Columbiana.

Oregon. Eugene A. Sherwin, Ash-

land. Pennsylvania. Louis Emanuel, Pittsburg. Rhode Island. W. O. Blandtng, Providence. South (^arolina.¥x2Ji\i W. Wilhite, Anderson. South Dakota. Fred*k. .\. Brecht, Yankton. Tennessee. J. C. Treherne, Memphis.

1. F. Orton, Galveston. Frank A. Druehl, Salt Lake. Albert W. Higgins, Rutland. Wm. G. Burgess, Newport,

News. Washington. Chas. A. Krick, Fort Walla

Walla.

Dist.Columbia.H. A. Johnston, Washing- ton. Florida. Geo. W. Fisher, De Land.

Georgia. Geo. F. Payne, Atlanta.

Idaho. David E. Smithson, Emmett.

Illinois. Paul J. Behrens, Chicago.

Indian Ter. Chas. G. Moore, Eufaula. Indiana.

Chas. D. Knoefel, New

Albany. John K. Pickett, Oskaloosa. Henry W. Mehl, Leaven- worth. W. H. Averill, Frankfort. Chas. Miller, New Orleans. D. W. Heseltine, Portland. Arthur A.Quandt,Ba]timore. ' Vermont. Massachusetts. Chas. L. Davis, Newbury- Virginia.

port. Michigan. Wm. A. Hall, Detroit. Alinnesota, W. A. Frost, St. Paul. Mississippi. John A. Shreve, Port Gib- ^f^-j/F/r^Vifa.Wm. H.Williams, Wheeling.

son. , Wisconsin. R. A. Sauerhering, Mayville.

Texas. Utah.

DELEGATES TO THE. SECTION ON MATERIA MEDICA, PHARMACY AND THERAPEUTICS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.

Albert B. Lyons (Chairman)

C. S. N. Hallberg, Chicago, 111. E. H. Bartley, Brooklyn, N. Y. W. F. Jackman, Orono, Me. Josiah K. Lilly, Indianapolis, Ind. Edw. H. Squibb, Brooklyn, N. Y. Joseph P. Remington, Philadelphia, Pa.

Detroit, Mich

Lucius E. Sayre, Lawrence, Kan.

Otto A. Wall, St. Louis, Mo.

Seward W. Williams, East Orange, N. J.

Julian W\ Baird, Boston, Mass.

C. Lewis Diehl, Louisville, Ky.

A. B. Huested, Albany, N. Y.

SPECTAL COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION.

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j. W. T. Knox, Detroit, Mich. Q^car Oldberg, Chicago, III. Chas. Rice. New York, N. Y. Frederick B. Power, London, Eng. T. Roberts Baker, Richmond, Va. Jas. M. Good, St. Louis, Mo.

E. Mark Houghton, Detroit, Mich. Edw. Kremers, Madison, Wis. Thos. D. Reed, Montreal, Can.

E. A. Ruddiman, Nashville, Tenn.

F. E. Stewart, New York, N. Y. F. J. WuUing, Minneapolis, Minn.

DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS* ASSOCIATION.

Geo. L. Hechler (Chairman) Geveland, O.

A. R. L. Dohme, Baltimore, Md. Wm. S. Thompson, Washington, D. C.

Lewis C. Hopp, Cleveland, O. Chas. G. Merrell, Cincinnati, O.

DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RETAIL DRUGGISTS.

James M. Good (Chairman) St. Louis, Mo.

Lewis C. Hopp, Cleveland, O. Thos. Lay ton, St. Louis, Mo.

Fred. M. Schmidt, Chicago, 111. E. F. Phillips, Armada, Mich.

DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUG CONGRESS.

Joseph F. Geisler (Chairman) New York, N. Y.

John N. Hurty, Indianapolis, Ind. John H. Manning, Pittsfield, Mass.

.Mahlon N. Kline, Philadelphia, Pa. F. W. R. Perry, Detroit, Mich.

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