The Fruit-growers Guide-book (Google eBook)

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The Fruit-Grower, 1911 - Fruit-culture - 288 pages
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Page 275 - ... or in the board of directors shall be filled by the remaining members.
Page 276 - SPECIAL MEETINGS. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the President or by any three Directors.
Page 276 - A majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business...
Page 274 - Association shall be twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into five thousand shares of five dollars each. V. The number of Directors of said Association shall be seven, and the names of those who shall manage the affairs of the Association for the first year of its existence are CW Steele, AA Miller, JW Rose, RW Shropshire, JH Smith, PA Rice and AB Hoyt.
Page 133 - ... which are injurious to peach foliage. It is therefore very important, especially with hot lime, to cool the mixture quickly by adding a few buckets of water as soon as the lumps of lime have slaked down. The intense heat, violent boiling, and constant stirring result in a uniform mixture of finely divided sulphur and lime, with only a very small percentage of the sulphur in solution.
Page 274 - State, and prescribing the duties of officers, artificers, and servants that may be employed ; for the appointment of all officers, and for carrying on all kinds of business within the objects and purposes of such company.
Page 280 - ... and the election shall be made by such of the stockholders as shall attend for that purpose, either in person or by proxy.
Page 276 - Instruments requiring a seal. He shall keep in the manner prescribed by the Board of Directors, all accounts of the Association with Its stockholders, in books provided for such purpose. He shall discharge such other duties as pertain to his office, and as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors.
Page 254 - The paramount right of the originator, discoverer, or introducer of a new variety to name it, within the limitations of this code, is recognized and emphasized.
Page 255 - Publication consists (1) in the distribution of a printed description of the variety named, giving the distinguishing characters of fruit, tree, etc., or (2) in the publication of a new name for a variety that is properly described elsewhere ; such publications to be made in any book, bulletin, report, trade catalogue or periodical, providing the issue bears the date of its publication and is generally distributed among nurserymen...

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