Victoria Government Gazette, January 12, 1917, Medical Act 1915, Part III. – Poisons Act 1915, THE PHARMACEUTICAL REGISTER OF VICTORIA and List of Licensed Dealers in Poisons for 1917.page 130.
No. of Certificate : 1704, Date of Registration :10 Feb 1915, Name : Pleasance, Charles Maxwell, Address : 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, Qualifications : Final Exam., Vict., 14 Dec., 1914.
No. of Certificate : 600, Date of Registration : 14 May 1879, Name : Pleasance, George, Address : 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, Qualifications : Mod. Exam., Vict., 7 Sept., 1877.
No. of Certificate : 1739, Date of Registration : 12 Jan., 1916, Name : Pleasance, George Hayward, Address : 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, Qualifications : Final Exam., Vict., 8 Dec., 1915.
George Pleasance was in business alone at 84 Chapel Street Prahran from 1898 to 1906 and at 275 Chapel Street from 1902 – 1915. Charles Maxwell Pleasance joined George in the business from 1916 until George died in December 1929 after which Charles Maxwell Pleasance continued the business alone at that address until 1944. George Hayward Pleasance also joined George & Charles Maxwell Pleasance in the business from 1917 until his death in 1925. The register was not Gazetted between 1945-47 but Charles Maxwell Pleasance next appeared on the register at 17 Khartoum Street, North Caulfield, 1948-1968 and at 2 Shrimpton Court, Box Hill 1969 -1973.
Pleasances were a family of homeopaths, Pharmacists and Pharmacy owners in Victoria from the 1870's to at least the 1970's.
Small cardboard box with cardboard lid, white paper label with dark blue print, and faded hand written text.
Inscriptions & markings
On label 'Pleasance's Pharmacy 275 Chapel Street, Prahran (opposite the Arcade)' with faded hand written illegible text.