Punch,  33 (1857), 122.

Poisoning by Mistake Made Easy





Pharmaceuticals, Medical Treatment, Narcotics, Crime

    Discusses the terms of employment that a 'Chemist and Druggist' made for a position of an assistant. Argues that should an unskilled assistant be hired and subsequently poison a customer, then a coroner's jury should return a verdict of 'manslaughter against the chemist and druggist' for his choice of assistant.

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