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Page 522 - and surgery and admitted by one of his majesty's council, the judges of the supreme court, the king's attorney-general and the mayor of the city of New York. Such candidates as were approved received certificates conferring the right to practise throughout the whole province, and a penalty of ^5 was prescribed for all
Page 640 - $13,151.33 ; miscellaneous, $11,972.97; total, $176,469.41. " The stations employ 669 persons in the work of administration and inquiry. The number of officers engaged in the different lines of work is as follows: Directors, 75 ; chemists, 148; agriculturists, 71; experts in animal husbandry, 10; horticulturists,
Page 961 - 1 Some of the figures in this table as printed prior to 1896 were taken from reports of the superintendent of Indian schools. As revised, they are all taken from the reports of the commissioner of Indian affairs. Prior to 188a the figures include the New York schools.
Page 561 - forty students from the public schools of Massachusetts from which it is reimbursed by ■ legislative appropriation. Its government is vested in a corporation consisting of not more than fifty members, including the governor of the commonwealth, the chief justice of the supreme judicial court and the secretary of the state board of education. The corporators, excepting the