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Page 68 - The Secretary of Agriculture is hereby directed to obtain in the open market samples of seeds of grass, clover, or alfalfa, test the same, and if any such seeds are found to be adulterated or misbranded. or any seeds of Canada...
Page 77 - And this our life exempt from public haunt Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, Sermons in stones and good in everything.
Page 30 - Pennsylvania, mutually agree together as follows: 1. The Department of Agriculture, in pursuance of investigations in forestry, and in order to disseminate a knowledge of improved ways of handling forest land.,, shall, after personal study on the ground by its agent or agents, prepare a.
Page 71 - Nature may be studied with either of two objects ; to discover new truth for the purpose of increasing the sum of human knowledge — this produces scientists and specialists — or to put the pupil in a sympathetic attitude toward nature for the purpose of increasing the joy of living.
Page 30 - Place, and in the northwest portion of the same. 2. The said plan shall be prepared for the purpose of promoting and increasing the present value and usefulness of the said land to its owner, and to perpetuate and improve the forest upon it.
Page 31 - ... 5. The Department of Agriculture shall have the right to publish and distribute the said plan and its results for the information of farmers and others whom it may concern. 6. This agreement may be dissolved by either party upon ten days
Page 157 - A Compendium of Agricultural Science and Practice on Farm, Orchard and Garden Crops, and the Feeding and Diseases of Farm Animals •By BARLEY VERNON WILCOX, Ph.
Page 30 - ... 2. The said plan shall be prepared for the purpose of promoting and increasing the present value and usefulness of the said land to its owner, and to perpetuate and improve the forest upon it. 3. Upon the completion of the said plan and its acceptance by the said John Doe, the Department of Agriculture shall supervise the execution thereof, so far as may be necessary.
Page vi - Any person may become a life member of the Society upon payment of ten (10) dollars, which shall be in lieu of all assessments or annual dues ; and all persons who have been members for twenty or more years, and have paid their regular dues, shall be life members. SEC. 5. Any person distinguished in horticulture, upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee, may be elected an honorary member of the Society by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present at any regular meeting....