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McGinnis, J. S., Secretary, The Ohio State Protective Association.....
McNeal, F. B., Success in Swine Breeding.

404
Mechling, P. P., The Farm Team.......

552
Members of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Election of.....

513
Miller, Frank P., Fencing and Fences.....

605
Miller, W. W., Secretary, Introduction to Annual Report............

ii
Miller, W. W., Secretary, Official Report on Commercial Feed Stuffs... 319-330
Miller, W. W. Secretary, Official Report on Commercial Fertilizers.... 250-315
Mills, Nihle E., Our Domestic Sheep.......

561
Modern Draft Horse, The, R. W. Dunlap.
Moore, Miss Lulu, Some Legacies of the Nineteenth Century........ 616
Morey, Miss Daisy, Do We Appreciate the Age in Which We Live?..... 672
Myers, Mrs. J. J., Turkey Raising...

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Nicholls, John T., Ohio Dairying.......
Nomination of Candidates for Ohio State Board of Agriculture. ...
Nominations, Report of Committee on.......
Nurseries and Orchards, Report of Inspector of...

..... 417
.. 683-712

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Ohio Dairying, John T. Nicholls.....

...... 411
Ohio Department of Highways, The Hon. Sam Huston..........

musion.................... 627
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Officers and Members, 1904-1905..... iii-iv
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Executive Committee, 1904-1905...... iii-iv
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Farmers' Institute Committee 1904-1905 iv-v
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Auditing Committee, 1904-1905....... iii-iv
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, List of Members from 1846-1905..... v-viii
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Table Showing Receipts of Each Fair
and Place of Holding...

ix
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Sixtieth Annual Meeting of....

Auditing Committee, Report of. .......
Bachelder, Governor N. J., Remarks of.......

475
Address-Rural Development..
Carpenter, J. L., Address of....

471
Craig, Prof. John, Certain Phases of Orchard Mana

571
Delegates, List of.....

470
Election of Members.

513
Financial Statement ....................

481
Herrick, Governor Myron T., Remarks of
Invocation, Dr. W. I. Chamberlain............
Nomination of Candidates.........................

483
Resolutions, Report of Committee on...

513
Thompson, Dr. W. O., Agricultural Education..

.. 485
Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Transactions of..
Ohio State Fair, Entries and Awards.

.... 174-248
Ohio State Farmers' Institute, Nomination of Officers.

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Ohio State Protective Association, The, J. S. McGinnis, Secretary.......... 676
Orchard Management, Certain Phases of, Prof. John Craig.....

501
Orchard Pests, Spraying for Control of, A. F. Burgess...
Our Domestic Sheep, Nihle E. Mills.....
Our Farmers' Girls, Mary E. Smith......
Our Friends, the Birds, Mrs. Esta Coover Harvey.......

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Palmer, Will H., Alfalfa a Boon to the Farmers......

544
Parrett, C. Sherman, The Young Man and the Farm..........
Parrett, W. L., Butter Making and the Cream Separator.........
Poultry Raising on the Farm, Mrs. S. A. Sproat......

586
Poultry Raising, Some of my Experiences in, Mrs. Ernest Tillson..
Practical Education, A. Shirer.....

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Preparing Hogs for Market and Sanitary Conditions, D. Guin Coyner......
Protective Association, The Ohio State, J. S. McGinnis, Secretary..........

676
Pruning and Grafting, Cynthia Peck Emery.

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Pruning, Proper Methods of, George H. Wright........

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Raising Lambs, J. T. Drake........

.... 560
Relation of Landlord and Tenant, The, G. W. Brown...

............... 600
Report, Annual, Introduction to, by W. W. Miller, Secretary, and J. W.
Fleming, Assistant Secretary.....

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ii
Report of Committee on Resolutions.......

418-419
Reports of County Agricultural Societies.....

147-173
Report of Inspector of Nurseries and Orchards.......

683-712
Report of State Board of Live Stock Commissioners....

713-774
Resolutions, Reports of Committees on....

418, 513
Rice, W. A., The Care of the Winter Dairy ......

576
Rich, Harry, The Influence of Cultural Methods on Tobacco...

548
Riley, Miss Valeria, Cooking and What May Be Done With It....

653
Rural Development, Governor N. J. Bachelder......................
Rural Free Delivery, F. S. Latham..

623
Rural Observations in Norway, Sweden and Russia, Mrs. Ellen M. Healey. 667
Rural Schools, Some Needs of the, Miss Susan J. Sweisel..

632

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Schofield, Rine, Training of the Child in the Home........
Schools and Teachers, Miss Maude Baker.......
Scott, Mrs. W. E., Women's Clubs and the Work They are Doir
Sheep, Vur Domestic, Nihle E. Mills.......
Shirer, A., Practical Education.....
Silo, The, W. W. Hyslop.......................
Smith, Mary E., Our Farmers' Girls..
Snider, D. S., Benefits from Farmers’ Institutes.......

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Societies, County Agricultural, Reports of.....

....... 147-173
Some Legacies of the Nineteenth Century, Miss Lulú Moore............... 616
Some of My Experiences in Poultry Raising, Mrs. Ernest Tillson.......... 584
Some Studies from the Experiment Station Cornfields, Prof. C. G. Williams. 444
Spraying for Control of Orchard Pests, A. F. Burgess...........

336
Sproat, Mrs. S. A., Poultry Raising on the Farm...

. 586
Stahl, A. Alvin, Soil Study.........

537
State Fair, Ohio, Entries and Awards...

174-248
Statistics, Crops, Live Stock, Etc....

23-146
Statistics, Table Showing Annual Production of Wheat and Corn and
Average Price since 1850.........

64
Statistics, Table Showing Prices of Other Farm Products than Wheat

and Corn since 1855.............
Statistics Reported by County Auditors..

66-68
Statistics, Comparative Tables of...

86-146
Sweisel, Miss Susan J., Some Needs of the Rural Schools...

632
Swine Breeding, Success in, F. B. McNeal.

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Thompson, Dr. W. O., Agricultural Education........
Tillson, Mrs. Ernest, Some of My Experiences in Poultry Raising.......
Tobacco, The Influence of Cultural Methods on, Harry Rich...
Training of the Child in the Home, Rine Schofield..

..... 661
Transactions of Ohio State Board of Agriculture.....

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Turkey Raising, Mrs. J. J. Myers.....

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485

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Wheat and Corn, Annual Production of since 1850........

...... 62-63
Wheat and Corn, Average Prices by Decades, 1850-1900.

64
White, A. L., Address of.......

........ 333
Williams, Prof. C. G., Some Studies from the Experiment Station Cornfields. 444
Winter Dairy, The Care of the, W. A. Rice.....
Woman as an Inventor, Mrs. William Eisenman.......

.......... 648
Women's Clubs and the Work They are Doing, Mrs. W. E. Scott........... 641
Woods in Ohio, Present Demands and Economic Use of, Prof. Wm. R. Lazenby 430
Wright, George H., Proper Methods of Pruning...

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Young Man and the Farm, The, C. Sherman Parrett.......

TRANSACTIONS

OF THE

Ohio State Board of Agriculture

For the Year 1904.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
COLUMBUS, January 14, 1904.

7:30 o'clock p. m. The following named gentlemen, members and members-elect of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, met for organization:

Thaddeus E. Cromley, Ashville, Pickaway County..... Term expires Jan. 1905 Thomas L. Calvert, Selma, Clark County.............Term expires Jan. 1905 William Miller, Gypsum, Ottawa County............. Term expires Jan. 1906 Jeremiah L. Carpenter, Carpenter, Meigs County..... Term expires Jan. 1906 Charles H. Ganson, Urbana, Champaign County...... .Term expires Jan. 1907 Alferd P. Sandles, Ottawa, Putnam County............ Term expires Jan. 1907 Samuel Taylor, Grove City, Franklin County.......... Term expires Jan. 1908 Roldon 0. Hinsdale, Wadsworth, Medina County....... Term expires Jan. 1908 Lindley P. Bailey, Tacoma, Belmont County...........Term expires Jan. 1909 Edwin L. Lybarger, Spring Mountain, Coshocton County.Term expires Jan. 1909

The oath of office was administered by J. W. Fleming, notary public, to L. P. Bailey and E. L. Lybarger, the newly elected members.

Mr. A. P. Sandles was elected as temporary chairman, and on calling the members to order announced, as the first business, the election of a president.

Mr. Ganson nominated for president, Mr. J. L. Carpenter, and moved that the secretary cast the ballot. The motion was agreed to, and the ballot being cast as per instructions, Mr. Carpenter was declared the duly elected president of the Board for the ensuing term.

The president took the chair and announced as the next business in order the election of a vice-president.

Mr. Hinsdale nominated for vice-president, Mr. Wm. Miller, and there being no further nominations the secretary was instructed to cast the ballot for Mr. Viller, whereupon he was declared the duly elected vice-president.

For treasurer Mr. Tavlor nominated Mr. T. L. Calvert. The secretary was instructed to cast the ballot and Mr. Calvert was declared elected.

The next in order being the election of an assistant secretary, Mr. Hinsdale nominated for assistant secretary for the ensuing term of four years the present incumbent, Mr. Jas. W. Fleming. The secretary was instructed to cast the ballot, whereupon Mr. Fleming was declared the duly elected assistant secretary for the ensuing term of four years.

Mr. Hinsdale then moved that the compensation for Secretary W. W. Miller and Assistant Secretary Jas. W. Fleming for their respective terms of office, be the same in amount per annum as received by them for 1903, which was unanimously agreed to.

The treasurer for the past term having fulfilled the requirements of the bond given by him, it was, on motion of Mr. Ganson, directed that the bond be returned.

On motion of Mr. Taylor it was agreed that the bond of the treasurer-elect be furnished by a surety company at the expense of the Board.

On motion the Board adjourned to meet at the call of the president.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
COLUMBUS, March 2, 1904.

3:00 o'clock p. m. The Board convened with all members present except Messrs. Cromley and lliller, who were absent on account of sickness."

President Carpenter occupied the chair and called for the reading of the minutes of the last two meetings which, on being read, were approved.

The committee appointed at a previous meeting to investigate the status of the county agricultural societies of the State and also that of the State Board of Agriculture, made verbal report through Secretary Miller, a member of the committee.

The committee referred to the question of constitutionality of methods of organization, and also to certain action now in the courts, the consideration of which hinges on this question. The committee also referred to conditions that seemed to be materializing that would require further time before a final report could be made.

Mr. Taylor moved that the committee be instructed to confer with the Governor and the Attorney-General relative to the matters in question, and that it then take such action, by bill or otherwise, as may be deemed best for the interest of agriculture and the State.

The motion was agreed to.

Mr. Taylor moved that Mr. A. F. Burgess be appointed Chief Inspector of Nurseries and Orchards, for a term of two years from February 1, 1904, at a salary of eighteen hundred ($1,800.00) dollars per

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