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Seite xiii - I have compared the preceding with the original law on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of said original law.
Seite xiii - That the board of health aforesaid, and all such assistants as they may appoint, whenever in their judgment or discretion it shall appear in any case that the disease is not likely to yield to any remedial treatment, or whenever it shall seem that the cost or worth of any such remedial treatment shall be greater than the value of any animal or animals so afflicted, or whenever in any case such disease shall threaten its spread to other animals, to cause the same to be immediately slaughtered, and...
Seite x - Its object shall be to improve the condition of agriculture, the rural household and mechanic arts. Section 1. The society shall consist of such citizens of the state as shall signify in writing their wish to become members and shall pay, on subscribing, not less than one dollar and annually thereafter one dollar; and also of honorary and corresponding members. The presidents of...
Seite 438 - These are the hands whose sturdy labor brings The peasant's food, the golden pomp of kings ; This is the page, whose letters shall be seen Changed by the sun to words of living green ; This is the scholar, whose immortal pen Spells the first lesson hunger taught to men ; These are the lines which heaven-commanded Toil Shows on his deed, — the charter of the soil...
Seite xii - That in the event of any contagious or infectious disease as aforesaid, breaking out or being suspected to exist in any locality in this state, it shall be the duty of all persons owning or having any interest whatever in said...
Seite 243 - ... places, and its stem is green after the seed has ripened It is found growing in all parts of the country. " The meadow fescue is common in old grass lands where the sod is thick, and grasses of different varieties are mingled together. It starts up early in the spring, is relished by stock, and furnishes good early feed. The milk farmers hold it in high estimation as a reliable grass, tenacious of life, and not running out like timothy (Phleum pratense) or clover.
Seite 249 - OF RESULTS FROM A GIVEN QUANTITY OF MILK. Mr. Slaughter has only from time to time made a record of a single day's work — his books being arranged for monthly statements. Among the single day's results are the following: On May 18th, from 3,512 quarts of milk, wine measure, there was produced 213 pounds of butter and 560 pounds of cheese; May 26th, from 3,300 quarts of milk, 210 pounds of butter and 550 of cheese; September 12th, from 3,128 quarts, 200 pounds of butter and 546 of cheese; October...
Seite 214 - In 1859 it took 14 50-100 quarts, and in 1858 16 16-100 quarts for one pound of butter. The milk in this dairy is set shallow in pans, and the cream skimmed off after the milk has soured and begins to thicken. At the Orange county factories it is not desired to take all the cream from the milk, since a portion of it is needed in -the skim cheese. That which is taken off is fresh and sweet, and is in condition to make the finest flavored butter. The management of the milk is, without doubt, the best...
Seite xiii - ... in traveling to and from the places they may be called upon to inspect or visit, and in the printing or publishing of all regulations or notices mentioned in this act. And the further sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated to...