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THE BRITISH PHARMACEUTICAL CONFERENCE.
AN ORGANIZATION FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND THE PROMOTION
OF FRIENDLY INTERCOURSE AMONGST PHARMACISTS.
Annual Meetings are held in the provinces at the time and place of the visit of the British Association. 1863, NEWCASTLE. 1864, BATH,
1865, BIRMINGHAM. 1866, NOTTINGHAM. 1867, DUNDEE. 1868, NORWICH. 1869, EXETER.
1870, LIVERPOOL. 1871, EDINBURGH. 1872, BRIGHTON. 1873, BRADFORD.
1864-5, H. DEANE, F.L.S.; 1866-7, PROF. BENTLEY, M.R.C.S. ; 1868-9, D. HANBURY, F.R.S. ; 1870-1, W. W. STODDART, F.C.S.;
1872–3, H. B. BRADY, F.L.S.
THE YEAR-BOOK OF PHARMACY.
The Conference annually presents to members a handsome octavo volume of 500 or 600 pages, containing the proceedings at the yearly meeting
and a report on the progress of pharmacy, or YEAR-Book, comprising abstracts of papers on pharmacy, materia medica, and chemistry, and new pre-
parations, processes, and formulæ, published at home and abroad during each year. Nearly the whole of the funds, composed of annual subscriptions
of five shillings, are devoted to the production of this book, no pains being spared to make it the desk companion of the year, and an invaluable
permanent work of reference for every chemist and druggist. The Executive Committee of the Conference trusts that members will show the current
Year-Book to their friends and acquaintances--principals, assistants, or pupils—and obtain as large a number of new subscribers as possible.
Alphabetical lists of (1) the names and addresses of present subscribers, and (2) of the towns in which they reside, will be found in each Year-Book.
NOMINATION FOR MEMBERSHIP.
Gentlemen desiring to join the Conference can be nominated at any time on applying to a Secretary or either of the officers or members. The
Name and Address of each candidate to be written legibly, and forwarded to the London Secretary, who will sign it, if necessary. The subscription
may be sent at the same time.
THE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION.
The Annual Subscription is Five Shillings, with an addition of Sixpence to meet the cost of posting the Year-Book (58, 6d.). Candidates and
members are requested to accept this method of distributing the volume, as no clerks or messengers are employed.
Gentlemen residing abroad can be supplied with the Year-Book on paying the annual subscription, and the postage to the respective countries,
of a book weighing two imperial pounds.
All remittances should be by Post Office Order, made payable to John Attfield, at “ High Holborn.”
The Conference year commences on July 1st, and Annual Subscriptions are due in advance on that date. They may be sent then or soon
afterwards to the London Secretary; but to save members the trouble of remembering to transmit so small a sum, official application will be made
for it every October or November. The Year-Book is posted as soon as published (in December) to every member who has previously paid his
subscription and the postage, total 5s, 6d. To members joining later the volume is posted immediately on receipt of fees. Members may still
obtain additional copies of the first Year-Book (1870), post free on remitting 58. 6d. per copy; extra copies of subsequent issues will be delivered
to members on the same terms.
s Professor ATTFIELD, 17, Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C. Honorary General Secretaries, Mr.P. BADEN BENGER, 1, Market Place, Manchester.
Price 78. 6d.; or post free 88.
Members are entitled to one copy ; additional copies 58., or past Irel be fd.
PHARMACY, MATERIA MEDICA, AND CHEMISTRY,
CONTRIBUTED TO BRITISH AND FOREIGN JOURNALS
FROM JULY 1, 1871, TO JUNE 30,
JOHN CHURCHILL & SONS, NEW BURLINGTON STREET.
British Pharmaceutical Conference.
COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION.
DANIEL HANBURY, F.R.S., F.L.S.
W. W. STODDART, F.C.S., F.G.S.
MICHAEL CARTEIGHE, F.C.S.
THOS. B. GROVES, F.C.S.
PROF. ATTFIELD, Ph.D., F.C.S., Secretary.
EDITOR OF THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE CONFERENCE.
H. B. BRADY, F.L.S., F.C.S., Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Who have filled the office of President.
H. DEANE, F.L.S.. Clapham Common, S.
Prof. BENTLEY, F.L.S., M.R.C.S., 17, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.
D. HANBURY, F.R.S., F.L.S., Clapham Common, S.
W. W. STODDART, F.C.S., F.G.S., Bristol.
T. H. HILLS, F.C.S., London.
J. WILLIAMS, F.C.S., London.
R. REYNOLDS, F.C.S., Leeds.
W. D. SAVAGE, Brighton.
F. M. RIMMINGTON, Bradford.
G. F. SCHACHT, Clifton, Bristol.'
PROFESSOR ATTFIELD, Ph.D., F.C.S., 17, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.
F. BADEN BENGER, 1, Market Place, Manchester.
JOHN MOSS, F.C.S.
R. PARKINSON, Ph.D., Bradford.
EDITOR OF THE TRANSACTIONS.
EDITOR OF THE YEAR-BOOK.
C. H. WOOD, F.C.S.
OTHER MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 187273.
M. CARTEIGHE, F.C.S., London.
T. B. GROVES, F.C.S., Weymouth.
F. SUTTON, F.C.S., Norwich.
C. EKIN, F.C.S., Bath.
T. GREENISH, F.C.S., London.
C. UMNEY, F.C.S., London.
F. C. CLAYTON, Birmingham,
W.D. SAVAGE, Brighton.
M. ROGERSON, Bradford.
T. A. BREW, Brighton.
J. HICK, Bradford.
These Officers collectively constitute the Executive Committee. Three retire annually, the remainder being eligible for re-election.