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Page 1 - And he gave it for his opinion, that whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass to grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind, and do more essential service to his country than the whole race of politicians put together.
Page 279 - ... 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 283 - It shall be the duty of the state live stock sanitary board to protect the health of domestic animals of the state; to determine and employ the most efficient and practical means for the prevention^ suppression, control, or eradication, of dangerous, contagious or infectious diseases among domestic animals...
Page 281 - STALLION NO. . The pedigree of the stallion (name) Owned by ~. Described as follows: (Color) Foaled in the year • , has been...
Page 280 - The officers of the department of horse breeding of the said college of agriculture, whose duty it shall be to examine and pass upon the merits of each pedigree submitted, shall use as their standard for action the stud books and signatures of the duly authorized officers of the various horse...
Page 286 - Animals brought into the slate for purposes of exhibition at county, state or other fairs, if sold within the state, must be subjected to the same test as breeding or dairy animals. Transportation companies unloading cattle in this state, which are not accompanied by a certificate of inspection as above designated, except as provided in section 3 of this act, shall be subject to a penalty of not less than fifty dollars nor more than two hundred dollars for each car so unloaded in this state, such...
Page 283 - ... it is hereby authorized and empowered to establish, maintain, enforce and regulate such quarantine and other measures relating to the movements and care of animals and their products, the disinfection of suspected localities and articles and the destruction of animals, as it may deem necessary, and to adopt from time to time all such regulations as may be necessary and proper for carrying out the purposes of this act: Provided, however, in the case of any slowly contagious diseases only suspected...
Page 281 - Upon a transfer of the ownership of any stallion enrolled under the provisions of this act, the certificate of enrollment may be transferred to the transferee by the...
Page 94 - I had thought that civilization meant the attainment of peace and order and freedom, of good,will between man and man. of the love of truth and the hatred of injustice, and by consequence the attainment of the good life which these things breed, a life free from craven fear, but full of incident: that was what I thought it meant, not more stuffed chairs and more cushions, and more carpets and gas. and more dainty meat and drink — and therewithal more and sharper differences between class and class.