Report, Volume 18

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Page 394 - By that statute it is provided as follows : "§ 1. No person, by himself or his agents or servants, shall render or manufacture, sell, offer for sale, expose for sale or have in his possession with intent to sell, any article...
Page 394 - Whoever, by himself or his agents, shall sell, expose for sale, or have in his possession with intent to sell, any article or compound made in imitation of butter, or as a substitute for butter, and not made wholly of cream, or containing any fats, oils, or grease not produced from milk or cream, shall have the words "adulterated butter," or, if such substitute is the compound known as oleomargarine, then the word
Page 394 - ... forfeit and pay a fine of fifty dollars ; and for a second and each subsequent offence a fine of one hundred dollars, to be recovered with costs in any court of this State of competent jurisdiction...
Page 394 - ... analysis, sworn to by the analyzer, shall be admitted in evidence in all prosecutions under this act. The expense of such analysis or test, not exceeding twenty dollars in any one case, may be included in the costs of prosecutions in all cases prosecuted under this act. SECT. 3. For the purpose of this act the term butter...
Page 394 - ... shall record and preserve as evidence ; and a certificate of such result sworn to by the analyzer shall be admitted in evidence in all prosecutions under this act.
Page 198 - Without much instruction, and more exercise, no man can be skilful in any art: in like manner, without an assiduous application to the various subjects treated of in the different lectures of masonry, no person can be sufficiently acquainted with its true value.
Page 394 - ... three preceding sections. The expense of such analysis or test, not exceeding twenty dollars in any one case, may be included in the costs of such prosecutions. Whoever hinders, obstructs, or in any way interferes with any inspector, or any agent of an inspector, in...
Page 373 - It has become evident, in spite of the enormous supplies which seemed to be available, that our natural forests are being rapidly reduced, both by an increased demand and by wasteful practices; and it is now safe to say that the annual consumption of wood and wood products is at least double the amount reproduced on our present lorestarea.
Page 176 - He sat on a chair by the door — by the entrance. Mr. HYNES. Did you have any conversation with him while you and he were there before anybody else entered ? Mr. McGowAN. Yes; I did. Mr. HYNES. What was it, in a general way ? Mr. McGowAN. We got in conversation ; I do not know just how, but he asked me where I was from, and I told him. I understood from his conversation that he said he was born in Ontario, and I told him my name and where I was going. Mr. HYNES. And he told you his? Mr. McGowAN....
Page 291 - FERTILIZERS. vious to 1885, oats and sugar beets having preceded the hay. The plan on page 279 shows the arrangement of the six-acre field ; the third and fourth acres are the ones to be considered. The third acre had thirteen loads of manure plowed in and nine loads harrowed in, or in cords this would be 5.6 cords plowed in and 3.8 cords on surface, or 9.4 cords in all, which would sell, as it lay under the stables, for $33. This manure was from fattening steers, well fed with hay, straw, cottonseed,...

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