Bulletin, Issues 69-90

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Page 49 - drug," as used in this Act, shall include all medicines and preparations recognized in the United States Pharmacopoeia or National Formulary for internal or external use, and any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used for the cure, mitigation, or prevention of disease of either man or other animals. The term
Page 6 - ... and the true grade or class of the product, the same to be expressed in clear, and distinct English words in legible type, provided, that an article of food shall not be deemed misbranded. if it be a...
Page 177 - ... of fiber product. There may or may not be a good seed crop produced under these conditions. If the aim is to produce a long even growth of fine fiber, everything possible should be done to obtain an even and rather slow growth. Arrangements should be made to provide, that texture and drainage of the soil which will give as constant a water supply as possible. Anything which checks the growth of the straw during the period preceding boll formation is sure to result in an inferior type of fiber.
Page 407 - A disease, as widely spread as tuberculosis cannot fail to cause serious losses to our animal industry. Owing to the lack of reliable statistics, however, it is impossible to express the amount of those losses in dollars and cents. In dairy herds, which harbor the disease, it sooner or later will lead to a notable decrease in the production of milk; under its influence abortions often occur, while many cows ultimately succumb to it. Among pure bred stock the occurrence of tuberculosis is not less...
Page 407 - Here we find, animals which represent the life long effort and application of skill of their breeders, if not of generations of breeders. In many cases the value of such animals runs into the thousands and as certain blood strains are often represented by the comparative few animals in one herd, it is needless to say that tuberculosis either through death of animals or even by interfering with their reproductive functions constitutes a formidable enemy to animal husbandry. Many a breeding farm can...
Page 541 - WORKS method of attacking weeds as a regular farm operation, the gain to the country at large will be much greater in monetary consideration than that which has been afforded by any other single piece of investigation applied to field work in agriculture...
Page 828 - It shall be the duty of the owner, or of any other person having in charge any swine that have died of any disease, immediately upon the fact of such death by disease coming to his knowledge, to bury the same at least three feet below the surface of the ground, or burn the same so that the carcass is consumed.
Page 828 - ... on account of any disease. No person shall convey upon or along any public highway, or other public ground, or any private land, except his own, any diseased swine, or swine that have died of or have been slaughtered on account of any disease. It shall be unlawful for any person negligently or wilfully to allow his hogs or those under his control afflicted with any disease to escape his control or run at large.
Page 27 - Pharmacopoeia, but which is found in some other pharmacopoeia or other standard work on materia medica, it differs materially from the standard of strength, quality, or purity laid down in such work; (3) If its strength, quality, or purity falls below the professed standard under which it is sold.
Page 6 - If every package, bottle or container does not bear the true net weight, the name of the real manufacturer or jobbers, and the true grade or class of the product, the same to be expressed on the face of the principal label in clear and distinct English words in black type on a white background, said type to be In size uniform with that used to name the brand or producer.

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