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Página 3 - An Act to apply a portion of the proceeds of the public lands to the more complete endowment and support of the colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, established under the provisions of an Act of Congress approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two...
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Página 22 - ... taken to have the sample represent as nearly as possible the whole lot of milk from which it is taken. Milk fresh from the cow, while still warm and before the cream has separated in a layer, may be thoroughly mixed by pouring three or four times from one vessel to another. Samples taken at once from milk mixed in this way are the most satisfactory of any. Milk that has stood until a layer of cream has formed should be poured more times, until the cream is thoroughly broken up and the whole appears...
Página 1 - The reading may be made with less liability of error by measuring the length of the column of fat with a pair of dividers, one point of which is placed at the bottom and the other at the upper limit of the fat. The dividers are then removed and one point being placed at the...
Página 4 - That it shall be the duty of the commissioners of the several counties of this Commonwealth to appoint persons, under oath, whose duty it shall be to ferret out and bring to punishment all persons or corporations who either wilfully or otherwise cause the burning of timber lands...
Página 25 - ... comparison, the milk should be poured once from one vessel to another after each sample is measured. Neglect of this precaution may make a perceptible difference in the results, through the separation of cream, especially when the milk examined is rich. Persons who have had no experience in the use of the pipette will do well to practice a short time by measuring -water into a test bottle before attempting to make an analysis.
Página 12 - It may arise either from undue diffuseness, or excessive brevity. It may be occasioned by extreme complexity in the construction of a sentence, or by simple impurity of diction. It is very often the result of an improper collocation of words or clauses. Poverty of Vocabulary, in a word, is one of the most common, as it is one of the most serious defects exhibited by novices in the art of composition. This, joined to ignorance of the...
Página 26 - Measuring the Fat. The fat when measured, should be warm enough to flow readily, so that the line between the acid liquid and the column of fat will quickly assume a horizontal position when the bottle is removed from the machine. Any temperature between 110 degrees F.
Página 5 - Upon the conviction of any person or persons for any of the offenses aforesaid, the commissioners of the county in which such conviction is had, shall pay to the prosecutor in every such case the sum of fifty dollars out of the county treasury as a reward for the apprehension and conviction of the offender, and the defendant or defendants shall pay the same, with the costs as in other cases, into the hands of the sheriff for the use of the county, and nothing herein contained shall prevent the prosecutor...
Página 18 - GEO. W. ATHERTON, LL. D., President of the College State College. HENRY PRENTISS ARMSBY, Ph. D., Secretary of the Committee. OFFICERS AND ASSISTANTS. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE. HENRY PRENTISS ARMSBY, Ph. D., Director. WM. FREAR, Ph. D., Vice Director and Chemist. WM. A. BUCKHOUT, MS, Botanist.

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