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Page 113 - Gentlemen: I have the honor to submit the Annual Report of this department for the year 1920.
Page 244 - Gallons per day to each tap 11. Cost of supplying water, per million gallons, figured on total maintenance (item CC) , S 12.
Page 254 - When drawn from the cow milk is at a high temperature, and indeed at just the temperatnre at which most bacteria will grow the most rapidly. * * * If, however, the milk is cooled to a low temperature immediately after it is drawn, the bacteria growth is checked at once and will not begin again with much rapidity until the milk has become warmed once more. This warming will take place slowly, and therefore the cooled milk will remain sweet many hours longer than that which is not cooled. A second...
Page 253 - ... small. Of equal value in preserving milk is the use of low temperature, and to be of the most use it should be applied immediately after the milk is drawn. When drawn from the cow milk is at a high temperature, and indeed at just the temperature at which most bacteria will grow the most rapidly. * * * If, however, the milk is cooled to a low temperature immediately after it is drawn, the bacteria growth is checked at once and will not begin again with much rapidity until the milk lias become...
Page 253 - It is becoming more and more evident every year that the bearing of these fermentations upon dairying is of the utmost importance. The practical application of our knowledge of the fermentations of milk will concern each of the three chief dairy products — milk, butter, and cheese. HANDLING OK MILK.
Page 158 - Report of Secretary of State. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE, COLUMBUS, OHIO, November 17, 1891. HON. JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Governor of Ohio : DEAR SIR : I herewith submit the annual report of this department for the year ending November 15, 1891. , During the past year twelve hundred and eighty-nine (1.289) articles of incorporation were filed in this office, being seventy (70) more than last year. The number and character of these corporations are as follows : Banks and Savings and Loan Associations...
Page 256 - Boston, the city of Chelsea, .and the town of Revere, in the county of Suffolk, shall form one district, which shall be called district number...
Page 190 - CLASS, to sell all kinds of Liquor, to be drunk on the premises : Innholders...
Page 253 - By scrupulous cleanliness in the barn and dairy the n amber of organisms which get into the milk may be kept comparatively small. Of equal value in preserving milk is the use of low temperature, and to be of the most use it should be applied immediately after the milk is drawn. When drawn from the cow milk is at a high temperature, and indeed at just the temperature at which most bacteria will grow the most rapidly. If...
Page 256 - Um' in the city of Boston, in the county of Suffolk ; and the city of Quincy, and the town of...

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