Annual Reports of the Department of Agriculture

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Side 45 - L., 1895.] [AN ACT Providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents...
Side 47 - Further Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in the District of Columbia," which he has so strenuously and misguidedly advocated in the last two Congresses.
Side 119 - In Connecticut, New Jersey, New York. Hawaii, Missouri, Alabama, and Louisiana separate stations are maintained wholly or in part by State funds. A number of substations are also maintained in different States. Excluding the...
Side 57 - Acreage, Production, and Value of Principal Farm Crops in the United States, 1866 to 1895, with other Data as to Cotton and Wool.
Side 178 - No. 5. — The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17, 1895, and Our Possibilities of Trade with those Countries.
Side xiv - ... to maintain the health and generally promote the physical well being of those committed to her charge. Some progress has been made in formulating the replies which science is now able to give to inquiries relating to domestic science and in undertaking investigations with a view to greatly broadening our knowledge of these matters in the days to come.
Side 67 - Systematic and Alphabetic Index of New Species of North American Phanerogams and Pteridophytes, published in 1891, by Josephine A.
Side 19 - ... this change of name being a recognition of a broad principle heretofore hidden under a designation implying details will add dignity to the investigation and to the Department and will materially aid in enabling the Division to carry on a comprehensive study of the distribution of life in America with reference to the adaptability of the various parts of our domain to different agricultural and horticultural...
Side 122 - March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and fifteen thousand dollars of which sum may be expended by the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate and report to Congress upon the agricultural resources and capabilities of Alaska, ind to establish and maintain agricultural experiment stations in said Territory...
Side 47 - Agriculture, which includes a report on the work and expenditures of the agricultural experiment stations in the United States...

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