Circular, Issues 1-38

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Page 94 - September 21, and the average date of the last killing frost in the spring is May 14.
Page 41 - Every owner, operator or manager of a cheese factory, creamery, skimming station or other place where milk is received and the by-products distributed, shall, before returning to or delivering to any person or persons any skim milk, whey, buttermilk, or other milk by-products to be used for feeding purposes for farm animals, cause such skim...
Page 42 - Department has a principal county correspondent who maintains an organization of several assistants. These county correspondents are selected with special reference to their qualifications and constitute an efficient branch of the crop-reporting service. They make the county the geographical unit of their reports and after obtaining data each month from their assistants and supplementing these with information obtained from their own observation and knowledge, report directly to the Department at...
Page 19 - In order to allow for variations incident to proper grading and handling, not more than 10 percent, by count, of the fruit in any lot may fail to meet the color requirements.
Page 19 - This grade shall consist of sound potatoes of similar varietal characteristics, which are practically free from dirt or other foreign matter, frost injury, sunburn, second growth, cuts, scab, blight, dry rot and damage caused by disease, insects or mechanical means. The minimum diameter...
Page 43 - The owner of any stallion * * * or jack used for public service in this state, shall post and keep affixed during the entire breeding season, copies of the license certificate of such stallion...
Page 39 - Farmers are benefited by the Government crop reports both directly and indirectly; directly, by being kept informed of crop prospects and prices outside of their own immediate districts, and indirectly, because the disinterested reports of the Government tend to prevent the circulation of false or misleading reports by speculators who are interested in controlling or manipulating prices. The...
Page 43 - The owner of any stallion or jack used for public service in this State shall post and keep affixed during the entire breeding season copies of the license certificate of such stallion or jack, issued under the provisions of...
Page 36 - And be it enacted, That when any city, township or district shall be threatened with any contagious or infectious disease among animals, to such an extent as to seem to require more general precautions, the state board of health shall notify the local board of health, and, with the advice and consent of the...
Page 41 - Any penalty incurred under -the provisions of this act shall be sued for and recovered in an action of debt by and in the name of the Board of Health of the State of New Jersey.

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