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In another department of this issue of The Journal will be found a copy of the Law recently enacted by the Legislature of Nebraska. We are informed that the law was originally framed by a committee of, and was approved by, the Nebraska State Pharmaceutical Association last May. The first Section of the law provides that "the Nebraska State Board of Pharmacy" shall consist of the Attorney-General, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, and Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings. And as these several State officers are not presumed to know much about the business of practical pharmacists or apothecaries, the Board is required to select five skilful apothecaries of not less than seven years' experience, who shall assist the Board in conducting the necessary examinations of applicants for licenses, etc. This mode of constituting the "Nebraska State Board of Pharmacy " reminds us of the first law for regulating the practice
LAW REGULATING THE BUSINESS OF PHARMACY IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.. JAMA. 1887;VIII(13):349–350. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391380013006
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