Special Report Volume 23-33

Special Report Volume 23-33

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...with a hook shall be refused. LOUIS LETURCQ. (Made in duplicate at Perruwelz this 8th day of January, 1674.) The following is a copy of the record of the proceedings of the Reunion of Agriculturists held at St. Quentin (Aisne), Prance, March 25, 1876, for the consideration and adoption of a form of arbitration bond between growers of beets and sugar manufacturers, depending upon the new system of purchase of beets by density of the juice: Arbitration bond adopted by the Reunion of Agriculturists held at Saint Quentin (Aisne), France, March 25, 1876. The reunion of agriculturists of the arrondissement, called together for the pnrpose of studying the means of fixing upon a better defined basis of the relations between the sugar culture and industry, and to examine in its practical relations the purchase of the beet according to its quality, met on the 25th of March at Ferragues in the hall of the Tribunal de Commerce. Two hundred and forty cultivators assisted at this reunion, under the presidence of M. Albin Damoisy. In opening the meeting the president called attention to the promptness with which the growers responded to the call of the committee. They thus prove that they comprehend the joint responsibility existing among their members and that they are capable of uniting when their interests are at stake. The president then stated the motives which induced certain agriculturists to call this reunion together. The crisis bearing upon sugar manufacture enters into the culture of the beet in a new phase. The manufacturer now demands a richer raw material than in the past, the purchase of which shall be based upon its quality. The cultivator does not object to this reform, but wants it in such a way that hia interests may be guarded. The...
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236933532
  • 9781236933539