1906 - 1940
Fluid Extract Bottles (G-15, ?, G-16, G-14)
These bottles all contain fluid extracts that were approved by the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906.
G-15: Fluid Extract Colocynth was used as a laxative and cathartic, depending on the dosage amount; it was produced by American Druggists Syndicate (A.D.S.) in Long Island City, New York.
?: Extract Apocynum was used as a cathartic and diuretic; it was produced by Sharpe Dohme Company in Baltimore, Maryland.
G-16: Standardized Fluid Extract Jalap was used as a laxative or cathartic; it was produced by Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.
G-14: Fluid Extract Convallaria was used as a heart tonic and diuretic; it was manufactured by American Druggists Syndicate (A.D.S.) in Long Island City, New York.
Number of Pieces
12.1 x 4.9, 12 x 4.8, 12.4 x 4.7, 12.1 x 4.9
Bottle measurements are from left to right. All measurements were taken in centimeters. Measurements are listed as “length by width by height” or “height by diameter” unless otherwise noted.
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The Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing Historical Collection. (2017). "Bottles: Fluid Extract" [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.molloy.edu/nur_hagan/176