Report, Volume 23

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Page 340 - These by-laws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any meeting of the Association provided that the amendment be proposed by ten members and that notice of the proposed amendment be given in the call of the meeting not less than ten days before the day thereof.
Page 35 - Gardiner's rivers; thence east to the place of beginning is hereby reserved and withdrawn from settlement, occupancy, or sale under the laws of the United States and dedicated and set apart as a public park or pleasuring ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people...
Page 338 - The officers of this Society shall consist of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Delegates, and Board of (three) Censors.
Page 272 - Provided. That nothing in this act shall be construed to prohibit the manufacture or sale of oleomargarine in a separate and distinct form, and in such manner as will advise the consumer of its real character, free from coloration or ingredient that causes it to look like butter.
Page 30 - Democrats, who shall be appointed by the governor, with the advice of the council, for their special fitness for service on this commission, and be classified in such manner that the office of one shall become vacant each year. One of said commissioners shall be elected by his associates secretary of the commission, and receive a salary of one thousand dollars per annum. The other members shall receive no compensation for their services, but shall be paid their necessary expenses incurred in the...
Page 272 - Act shall be construed to prohibit the manufacture or sale of oleomargarine, butterine, or imitation butter, in a separate and distinct form, and in such manner as will advise the consumer of its real character, free from coloration or ingredient that causes it to look like hutter.
Page 203 - ... she is left little less responsible for the destructive progress and fatal result. The germ which might have remained comparatively dormant and harmless in the absence of the poisoned meat and milk, is by these stimulated to a more deadly energy. "This hitherto unchallenged factor in the progress of tuberculosis opens up new and uncultivated fields for sanitary work.
Page 31 - They shall also hold meetings from time to time in different parts of the state for the discussion of forestry subjects, and make an annual report to the governor and council, embracing such suggestions as to the commission seem important, fifteen hundred copies of which shall be printed by the state.
Page 184 - Drying of the tuberculous matter in doors or in the shade, and apart from the above temperature, and its inhalation as fine dust is one of the most common causes of tuberculosis. In one store with a tuberculous clerk the dust raised in sweeping out the store infected clerk after clerk, and a similar rising of the virus in dust is a cause of infection in dwelling houses, stores, barns, barnyards, stockyards, and railroad cars.
Page 224 - There are a number of us creep Into this world, to eat and sleep; And know no reason why they 're born, But merely to consume the corn, Devour the cattle, fowl, and fish, And leave behind an empty dish.

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