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" It was never intended that any new composition of matter or mixture of samples should be the subject of monopoly. If rhubarb and senna, or calomel and jalap, were for the first time put together, he who should do it, whether regular practitioner or quack,... "
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science - Page 29
1913
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Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the ..., Volume 44

American Pharmaceutical Association. Meeting - 1896
...'skilled in art.' " It was never intended that any new composition of matter or mixture of samples should be the subject of monopoly. If rhubarb and...inventor or discoverer under the law. If done by a doctor it would only be the exercise of ordinary professional skill; if by another, it would be but...
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Proceedings: General Index to Volumes One to Fifty of the Proceedings of the ...

American Pharmaceutical Association - 1896 - 592 pages
...Vol. 18, p. 322. " ' It was never intended that any new composition of matter or mixture of samples should be the subject of monopoly. If rhubarb and...inventor or discoverer under the law. If done by a doctor it would only be the exercise of ordinary professional skill; if by another, it would be but...
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American Medicine, Volume 13

1901
...in case of Caffall MS., Vol. 18, p. 322: "It was never intended that any new composition of matter or mixture of simples should be the subject of monopoly....inventor or discoverer under the law. If done by a doctor it would only be the exercise of ordinary professional skill; if by another, it would ORIGINAL...
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Transactions of the Iowa State Medical Society, Volume 19

Iowa State Medical Society - 1901
...office. It reads:- "It was never intended that any new composition of matter or mixtures of samples should be the subject of monopoly. If rhubarb and...first time put together, he who should do it, whether practitioner or quack, would not be an inventor or discoverer, under the law. If done by a doctor,...
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Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Volumes 25-29

Kansas Academy of Science - 1913
...examiners in chief finally decided that it "was never intended that any composition or mixtare of aimplea should be the subject of monopoly. If rhubarb and...regular practitioner or quack, would not be an inventor ordiscoverer under the law. If done by a physician, it would be only the exercise of ordinary professional...
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