The Board of Pharmacy of NSW was formed under the Sale and Use of Poisons Act 1876 (40 Vic. No. 9). The purpose of the Board was to prevent unqualified persons from selling poisons.
List of main record series
Register of pharmacists and druggists, and pharmacists licensed to sell poisons under the Sales and Use of Poisons Act, 1897, and the Poisons Act, 1902
|Registers of chemists of New South Wales registered under the Sale and Use of Poisons Act, 1896||1876-1895|
|Registers of indentures||1876-1923, 1931-1946|
Copies of letters sent by the Board
There are indexes in front of the volumes.
|Register of apprentices who passed the preliminary examinations of the Pharmaceutical Society of New South Wales||1887-1930|
|Miscellaneous examination and registration records||1887-1894|
Registers of pharmacists of New South Wales under the Pharmacy Act 1897
|Pharmacist registration cards||1897-1947|
|NRS 10913 (photos)||
Photographs of pharmacists [for samples, see the Stories tab at the top of page]
|c.1909 - c.1917|
|Applications for registration as pharmacists||1911-1921|
|Register of poisons licences||1913-1924|
|Inspection and investigation diaries||1930-1931, 1937-1947|
|Index to letters received||n.d.|
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