Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Volume 60

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Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1899 - Agriculture
Vols. for 1933- include the societys Farmers' guide to agricultural research.
 

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Page 174 - Where any matter or ingredient not injurious to health has been added to the food or drug because the same is required for the production or preparation thereof as an article of commerce, in a state fit for carriage or consumption and not fraudulently to increase the bulk, weight, or measure of the food or drug, or conceal the inferior quality thereof...
Page 169 - No person shall sell to the prejudice of the purchaser any article of fuod or any drug which is not of the nature, substance, and quality of the article demanded by such purchaser...
Page 169 - No person shall, except for the purpose of compounding as hereinafter described, mix, colour, stain, or powder, or order or permit any other person to mix, colour, stain, or powder, any drug...
Page 386 - ... goods or things to which any forged trade-mark or false trade description is applied, or to which any trade-mark or mark so nearly resembling a trade-mark as to be calculated to deceive is falsely applied, as the case may be, shall, unless he proves...
Page 388 - Stores," carries on an extensive business as grocer and provision dealer, having, it appears, six shops or branch establishments, and having also a wholesale warehouse. It is obvious that, if sales with false trade descriptions could be carried out in these establishments with impunity so far as the principal is concerned, the Act would, to a large extent, be nugatory.
Page 383 - Act with respect to restrictions on expenditure, undertake the repair and maintenance of all or any of the public footpaths within their parish, not being footpaths at the side of a public road, but...
Page 420 - A Knight of Cales, A Gentleman of Wales, And a Laird of the North Countree ; A Yeoman of Kent, With his yearly rent. Will buy them out all three...
Page xliv - If at any time the Privy Council are satisfied on inquiry, with respect to any Regulation, that the same is of too restrictive a character, or otherwise objectionable, and direct the revocation thereof, the same shall not come into operation, or shall thereupon cease to operate, as the case may be.
Page 424 - Rumney marsh to London, and not from the several parts of it as they may be pickt out here and there. Mr Camden, col. 215, expounds differently from all. ' The inhabitants, according to its scituation, from the Thames southeward, distinguish it [Kent] into three plots or portions (they call them degrees ') ; the upper, lying upon the Thames, they look upon to be healthy, but not altogether so rich ; the middle part to be both healthy and rich ; the lower, to be rich, but withal unhealthy? because...
Page 749 - ... it was dealing. The very enacting part of it gives the antithesis between land and buildings, since the relief the occupier is to get is that he is to be liable in the case of every rate to which the Act applies, '' to pay one half only of the rate in the pound payable in respect of buildings and other hereditaments.

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