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17 페이지 - An act to provide further for the national security and defense by encouraging the production, conserving the supply, and controlling the distribution of those ores, metals, and minerals which have formerly been largely imported, or of which there is or may be an inadequate supply.
94 페이지 - Service represents the Secretary of Agriculture in his relations with the State agricultural colleges and experiment stations, under the acts of Congress granting funds to these institutions for agricultural experiment stations and cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, and in carrying out the provisions of acts of Congress making appropriations to this department for farmers...
411 페이지 - Only those goods will be reported as foreign which have undergone no change in form or condition or enhancement in value by the application of labor in the United States. Articles made from foreign materials or changed from the conditions in which imported by repacking, grinding, refining, or smelting will be classed as of domestic production or manufacture.
2 페이지 - L., 1895.] * * * * * [AN ACT Providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents...
15 페이지 - It is proposed to draw a sharp line of distinction between the normal activities of the Government represented in the Department of Agriculture in reference to food production, conservation, and marketing, on the one hand, and the emergency activities necessitated by the war in reference to the regulation of food distribution and consumption, on the other. All measures...
25 페이지 - Subsequently, six separate appeals to the people to feed themselves, to watch kitchen waste, to prevent spoilage, and to conserve meat, milk, butter, and bread were issued through the press. These were followed by more than 65 simple circulars dealing with the effective use of foods and with economical and nourishing diets. Special efforts were made through press items to familiarize the Nation with the use of such foods as corn, rice, soy beans, rye, various legumes, cottage cheese, and skimmed...
361 페이지 - Doubtless tne cheapest, way to bring about more economical production is through better breeding. Every dairyman knows that with the same feed and care one cow may produce more than twice as much as another. First-class dairy cows are very efficient producers of human food and we should have more of them. Truly we need more cows, but what we need most is better cows. FEEDING. Tabulations of association records show that production depends largely upon the feed as well as upon breeding. Legume hay...
50 페이지 - ... experts in entomology, as well as all information on camp sanitation in its possession, at the disposal of the Medical Corps. The Bureau of Soils has cooperated effectively with the War Department in investigational work relating to fixed nitrogen and sulphuric acid. Experts of the Office of Public Roads and Rural Engineering have been detailed to assist the War Department in road building at the 16 cantonments, and valuable data have been placed by this Office at the disposal of the military...
492 페이지 - the State itself should be the first to appreciate the importance of religion for the preservation of the common weal. It can ill afford at any time, and least of all in the present condition of the world, to reject the assistance which Christianity offers for the maintenance of peace and order. ' Let princes and rulers of the people...
15 페이지 - All measures intended directly to extend the normal activities of the Department of Agriculture in reference to the production, conservation, and the marketing of farm crops will be administered, as in normal times, through that department, and the powers asked for over distribution and consumption, over exports, imports, prices, purchase, and requisition of commodities, storing, and the like which may require regulation during the war will be placed in the hands of a Commissioner of Food Administration,...