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“The visita was supposed to ensure that pharmacists were operating with a proper license, that medicines were being prepared and dispensed correctly, that the shop was properly stocked with the basic ingredients, that the boticario was not overcharging the public, and, most important, to ensure that medicines were not "corrupted or altered.”
“In 1779, the boticario, Manuel del Castillo, filed suit against one of his former patients, Bartolomé de Martos, for not paying his medical bills.”
“The botica that Doña Ana de Aponte had inherited from her parents, and had been in her family for more than twenty years, was closed by local authorities "with no other idea than the welfare of the public" in mind, and on the allegation that the boticario in charge did not have a proper license.”
“In addition, a boticario was not allowed to own more than one pharmacy, even if it were in a different town. 63”
“Such medicines were confiscated and burned publicly, and the boticario was order to replace them with "medicines of good quality," and fined 6,000 maravedís. 69”
“The case, which was brought before the authorities of the Criminal Court of the Province of Mexico, goes into a fair amount of detail about the illnesses of Don Bartolome, his wife, and two daughters, all treated at their home by the boticario over a period of one year and seven months.”
“In addition to his pharmacological skills, the boticario seeking a license had to prove, of course, his limpieza de sangre with documents that showed that none of his ancestors were of Jewish, Moorish, Indian, or African blood. 62”
“El hermano mayor es notario y alcalde del pueblo, el menor es boticario.”
“_A fuer de_ legítimo After the manner of a genuine boticario. apothecary.”
“El boticario inclinó la frente con indecible angustia.”
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