Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen22

Reports for 1862-66 include reports of the Ohio Pomological Society.

Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario

No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.

Otras ediciones - Ver todas

Términos y frases comunes

Pasajes populares

Página 78 - The Treasurer shall collect and hold all funds of the Society, and pay •out the same only on the order of the Secretary, countersigned by the President.
Página 78 - The President shall preside, and conduct all meetings of the Society, and in his absence the Vice President shall perform the same duties.
Página 113 - The collar for a one and a half inch pipe has a circumference of nine inches. The whole space between the collar and the pipe, on each side of the collar, is open, and affords no resistance to the entrance of water; while, at the same time, the superincumbent arch of the collar protects the junction of two pipes from the intrusion of particles of soil.
Página 46 - And wrought within his shattered brain such quick poetic senses As hills have language for, and stars, harmonious influences ; The pulse of dew upon the grass kept his within its number, And silent shadows from the trees refreshed him like a slumber.
Página 85 - To compel witnesses to attend and testify before it upon all matters connected with the operation of this act, in the same manner as is or may be provided by law for the taking of testimony before notaries public; and its president, or any member of said board, may administer oaths to such witnesses.
Página 31 - In view of this decision, I offer the following resolution : " Resolved, That in the opinion of this Convention, the rule of law as declared by the Supreme Court of Ohio, in the case of Butler vs.
Página 40 - Stevens moved to lay the resolution on the table, which motion was lost. Mr.
Página 8 - It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive and safely keep all moneys which shall come into his hands as...
Página 206 - WHEN THE MARE is IN FOAL, if not intended to be kept at work, she should be turned out in good pasture; but it should not be so rich and succulent as to disagree with her stomach, or make her unwieldy from fat. The former mistake is a constant cause of miscarriage, the bowels becoming relaxed from the improper nature of the food. On the other hand, if it is not sufficiently good, the mare will become thin, and will starve her foal in its growth. Mares that have been corned highly all their lives...
Página 85 - ... first duly inform the person to whom he may sell, barter, or dispose of such horse, cattle, sheep, or other domestic animal of the same ; and any person so offending shall, on conviction thereof before any court having competent jurisdiction, be fined in any sum not less than twenty...

Información bibliográfica