Transactions of the State Agricultural Society of Michigan: With Reports of County Agricultural Societies, for the Year 1849-59, Volume 10

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Page 7 - ... and by that name they and their successors shall and may have succession, and shall be persons in law capable of suing and...
Page 2 - ... manure applied in raising the crop, or the kind and quantity of food in feeding the animal, as the case may be, also the kind and cost of labor employed, and the total expense and total product of the crop, or the increase in value of the animal, with a view of showing accurately the resulting profit.
Page 17 - ... mentioned in the notice, and to hear the proofs and allegations of the parties. They shall have power to issue process to compel the attendance of witnesses, and may adjourn from time to time, as may be necessary. Their decision, or that of any two of them, shall be conclusive in the premises, and every such decision, shall be reduced to writing, be signed by the...
Page 35 - Such corporations and societies shall regulate and award premiums on such articles, productions and improvements as they deem best calculated to promote the agricultural and household manufacturing interests of the state...
Page 8 - The stockholders of all corporations and joint stock associations shall be individually liable for all labor performed for such corporation or association.
Page 471 - ... if we consider that it is the results obtained under the subtle agency of animal life that we are seeking to measure and express in figures, and if we also bear in mind the various sources of modification to which our actual figures must be submitted in order to attain their true indications, we think that it cannot be doubted that, beyond a limit below which few, if any, of our current fattening food-stuffs are found to go, it is...
Page 397 - ... supply of nitrogenous constituents in the food ; and accordingly determined to continue the food as before, but, at least, to try the effect of putting within the reach of the pigs, a trough of some mineral substances, of which they could take if they were disposed. The mixture which was prepared was as follows :—20 Ibs. of finely sifted coal ashes, 4 Ibs. of common salt, and 1 Ib. of superphosphate of lime. A trough containing this mineral mixture was put into the pen at the commencement of...
Page 1 - Society shall possess the general powers and privileges, and be subject to the general liabilities contained in the third title of the eighteenth chapter of the first part of the Revised Statutes...
Page 22 - ... and an estimate of the probable expense thereof, beyond what the labor to be assessed in that year will accomplish; a duplicate of which shall be delivered by the commissioners to the supervisor of the town, who shall present such...
Page 31 - Highway commissioners and other persons refusing, failing or neglecting to perform any of the duties imposed by this act, shall forfeit and pay a fine of five dollars for every such neglect...

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