Bulletin, Issues 151-178

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Agricultural College of Michigan, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1898 - Agriculture

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Page 35 - ... fire occurs along the line of their road they shall concentrate such help and adopt such measures as shall be available to effectively extinguish it.
Page 398 - I would also tender my thanks to Dr. LO Howard, chief of the Division of Entomology, of the United States Department of Agriculture...
Page 439 - Indian country, shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than sixty days, and by a fine of not less than $100 for the first offense and not less than $200 for each offense thereafter: Provided, however, That the person convicted shall be committed until fine and costs are paid.
Page 315 - Whenever any trees, shrubs, vines, or plants are shipped into this State without such certificate plainly fixed on the outside of the package, box, or car containing the same, the fact must be reported within...
Page 30 - ... liable to work on the highways, and residing in the vicinity of the place where such fire shall be, as they shall severally deem necessary, to repair to the place where such fire shall prevail, and there to assist in extinguishing the same, or in stopping its progress.
Page 98 - A large number of tests on meadows, pastures, stubble land, corn ground and plowed ground In every condition, from dry, hard and firm to very wet and soft, show without a single exception a large difference in draft in favor of the broad tires. This difference ranged from 17 to 120 per cent.
Page 352 - The plan which I have adopted for applying the test is, substantially that which has been recommended by the Bureau of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture at Washington. DC. which suggests that the temperature of the animal to which the test is to be applied shall be taken every two hoursduringthedayprevioustothe injection of the fluid.
Page 33 - May fifteen, eighteen hundred and eighty-five. 5. Prescribe rules and regulations affecting the whole or any part of the forest preserve and for its use, care and administration and alter or amend the same; but neither such rules or regulations nor anything contained in this article shall prevent or operate to prevent the free use of any road, stream or water as the same may have been heretofore used, or as may be reasonably required in the prosecution of any lawful business.

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