Druggist

Druggist in United States

Druggist Definition

One who deals in medicinal substances, vegetable, animal, or mineral, uncompounded. In America, the term “druggist” is used synonymously with “apothecary,” although, strictly speaking, a druggist is one who deals in medicinal substances, vegetable, animal, or mineral, without compounding or preparation, which composition and combination are really the business of the apothecary. The term has a much more limited and restricted meaning than “Apothecary.” 28 La. Ann. 767. In England, an apothecary is a subphysician, or privileged practitioner. He is ttie ordinary medical man, or family medical attendant, in that country.

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One who deals in medicinal substances, vegetable, animal, or mineral, uncompounded. In America, the term “druggist” is used synonymously with “apothecary,” although, strictly speaking, a druggist is one who deals in medicinal substances, vegetable, animal, or mineral, without compounding or preparation, which composition and combination are really the business of the apothecary. The term has a much more limited and restricted meaning than “Apothecary.” 28 La. Ann. 767. In England, an apothecary is a subphysician, or privileged practitioner. He is ttie ordinary medical man, or family medical attendant, in that country.

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  • Drugs and Narcotics; Health Care Law; Physicians and Surgeons.

    Further Reading (Articles)

    CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS URGE MCC TO EXEMPT THEM FROM TRADE LICENCE., Star of Mysore (Mysore, India); February 24, 2012

    Druggists unite to compete with chain store, Oak Leaves (Oak Park, IL); August 1, 2007; Jean Guarino

    Dutch Druggists in Distress: Franchisees Facing the Complex Decision of How to React to Their Franchisor’s Strategic Plans, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice; September 1, 2010; Croonen, Evelien P. M. Brand, Maryse J.

    ‘Morning after’ pill Rx shouldn’t be mandatory ; Druggists should be allowed to decline to fill “Plan B” requests if it’s available elsewhere., Portland Press Herald (Portland, ME); November 19, 2007

    Druggists’/Anchor to launch herbal remedy line to launch herbal remedy line, Chain Drug Review; June 29, 1998

    Druggists Refuse to Give Out Pill, Gender Issues and Sexuality: Essential Primary Sources; January 1, 2006

    Druggists’/Anchor to launch herbal remedy line to launch herbal remedy line., Chain Drug Review; June 29, 1998

    Sale of Generic Drugs: Druggists Submit Memorandum to Ramdas, Star of Mysore (Mysore, India); August 16, 2012

    LAW MAKES DRUGGISTS POSE MORE QUESTIONS MEDICAID RULE SEEKS BUYER SAFETY, The Buffalo News (Buffalo, NY); January 1, 1993; DONNA SHAW – Knight-Ridder

    DRUGGISTS DEBATE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE, The Record (Bergen County, NJ); April 29, 1999; RUTH PADAWER, Staff Writer

    DRUGGISTS GET DEAL, BUT MANY PATIENTS STILL WILL PAY MORE.(Nation/World), The Capital Times; January 19, 1996

    DRUGGISTS, WITH LEAST CLOUT, PAY MOST, Post-Tribune (IN); January 4, 1993

    Druggists returning to mortar and pestle, Post-Tribune (IN); October 24, 2000; Marlene Cimons, Los Angeles Times

    Druggists, Chemists Plan for Strike, DNA : Daily News & Analysis; May 6, 2013

    Waste , Third druggist school, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV); October 25, 2010

    Some Druggists Refuse to Fill `Morning-After’ Prescriptions; Customers Challenge, Claim Right to Abortion Pills, The Washington Post; June 17, 1997; Jane E. Allen

    Jharkhand druggists strike over VAT anomalies, Hindustan Times (New Delhi, India); April 17, 2006

    Boston-Area Druggists Sue CVS, Massachusetts HMO Over Pricing Policies., Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News; December 30, 1998; Kerber, Ross

    Virginia Bill Would Bar Cash Incentives for Persuasive Druggists, The Washington Post; January 30, 1997; Donald P. Baker

    Michael Mankowski Sr., Druggist Group Exec, Chicago Sun-Times; November 10, 1992

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