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Joseph County Agricultural Society..,4. Report of Shiawassee County Agricultural Society..... Self- t. Raklig Reaper and GMower; - ...... A............ 1. 49. Page . WILLIAMS, Constantine. MUNROE, Jonesville.
M. SHOEMAKER, Jackson. TITUS DORT, Dearborn. JAY R. MUNRO, Paw Paw. ANDREW Y. MOORE, Schoolcraft. THOMAS CLARK, Lapeer. C. GREEN, Farmington. F. SMITH, Coldwater.
IRA H1- . BUTTERFIELD, Utica. WMT. STATEu AG- RICULTUJABI L SOo.
S1 A. Detroit, Janutary 1. M ic.'di te A^' So. OF THI ^i OA8 TIATEi.
A OULT i. Ui'AL o. TLhe LBame of this ale socion i bal be'Th. I: bichigaa; at- e Agricultural Society,'. The duties of the President, Vice Presidents, RIteco —. Coirresponding tcleretaries, shall be such as usually pertai. Executive Committee, as hereinafter provided. The executive committee shall determine the place of.
Monday in September, and the third Monday of October, giving at least sixty day s public notice thereof. It shall be competent for the executive committee, or a majority. It shall be the duty of the executive committee annually to regulate and award premiums on such articles, productions. State, having special reference to the most economical or profitable mode of.
Provided Always, That before any premium shall be. President of the society, in writing. The executive committee shall meet annually at such. Monday in January, and shall then immediately prepare a report and abstract of. Michigan, and a. diffused knowledge of which will, in the judgment of the committee. State; and as soon.
President of the Senate, for the use of the Legislature. No officer of this Society, except the Recording Secretary, shall receive any compensation for his services. Any person may become a member of the Michigan. State Agricultural Society for one year, by paying one dollar into.
By paying ten. dollars into the treasury of the Society, any person may become a. President and Recording Secretary. The several county Agricultural Societies that now. State, shall be deemed auxiliaries.
State Society, and it shall be the duty of the Executive Com. The President and Recording Secretary of each. County Agricultural Society, and all life members of this Society.
S. may attend the annual meeting of the Executive Committee, and. Ic daia ion w'hich shall occur at stu.
That a State Normal School be established end continued. A't Ypsilanti, in the county of Washtenaw, upon the site selected by. Board of Education, the exclusive purposes of which shall.
Said Board shall have power, and it shall be their duty. Lectures on chemistry, comparative anatomy, astronomy. The People of the State of Iichigan enact, That. Treasurer of the Michigan State Agricultural Society shall. Society has. raised the sum of four hundred dollars, by voluntary subscriptions. The People of the State of Miehigan enact, That one. Michigan State Agricultural Society of the year eighteen hundred and.
Secretary of State, in. SPee- . it'airy of State shall cause so much of the statistics of this State. Ua'; en by authority of the'United $Sttes in the year eighteei h. Uads. r. And the Seeret. State shall cause the like number. Society fo t he year eighteen.
State Library, and forward the remaining copies to the. Recording Secretarly of said Society, for the u. PSociety, aa. SEC. The Michigan Sttate Agricultural Society shall transmit. Secretary of ate the al eport of Stsaid Society or the.
Micigran. State Agriclitural Society, approved March thirty- first, eightee. JAMa I, HU - ,i', of Pontia..
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Brown. of Calhou. D; Andrew Y. Moore, of Kalamazoo; Wm. S pencer,,Reolved, That; the Society's Fourth.
Annmual Fair be held 0o. Wednesday, T1. Smrsday and Friday, the 2. Sd and 2. 4th days of. September, 1. 85. Wright. esorve(,, That the society's fourth Annual Fair be held at Detroit.
Fair. otherwise it shall be offered to the village of Jackson, or such other. Central Railroad, as will raise the required.
On motion of Mr. Shoemaler. Resonved, That the, sum of twenty- five hundred dollars be apprspriated for the payment of premiums to be awarded at the fournlt. RIa, m e. Moore.
Resolved, That Justus Gage, Esq., of Dowagac, Cass Go., be invited to deliver the annual address before the society in 1. Wright, Spencer and Munro were ap apoint conmi tee. Wright. Resolved, That the business committee for the ensiuing year consist. Messrs. Shoemaker, Spencer, and the Secretary. Moore, of Kalamazoo Co., Jona. Shearer, of. Wayne Co., Geo. M'unro of Hillsdale Co., and Walter Wright, of.
Lenawee Co., be appointed delegates io attend the Fair of the New. York State Agricultural Society for 1. Shoemaker, of Jackson county', Jas. IHmt, of. Oakland county, and J. Shoenmaker. Resolved, That the Secretary have permission to make out credentials for delegates to the Fairs of other State Agricultural Societies.
Wright. Resolved, That each County Agricultural Society in the State, be. State Society fifteen copies of each volume. Transactions of the State Society, with the privilege of pltrchasing fifteen additional copies, at the following rates, viz: for volnume 1, fifty cents each, and the succeeding volumes' at one dollar.
Shoemaker. Besolved, That the County Society that shows the most efficient. Transactions of the State Society, the award to'be adjudged by the Executive Committee, based upon the reports of. Societies presented to the Committee at its annual meeting in. December; also, that the county receiving the greatest amount in. Fair of the State Society, shall be entitled to twentycopies of the Transactions, the award to be made by the Executive.
Committee as above, reference being had to the population, and the. Fair. On motion of Mr. Spencer. Resolved, That each member of the Executive Commnitte be entitled to five copies of each volume of the Transactions, for gratuitois distributien. Detroit, at. 8 o'clock. P M., September 2.
Dort, Shoemaker, Monroe, Spencer and Moor. Mr. Ruggles, of Boto- n, and l. Mre. Eldgcomb, of the State of New Yor. Ck, taking part in th. L The committee decided to imae no r,; m.
I illes. Dort, Shoemaker, Moore, Spenca a Mnd Mumnxlr. Mr. 3 0. 0: or ihe best single horse 3 years old.... M., September 2. 3d, the Executive Committee met. M., a very interesting address was delivered by.
Hon. Justus Gage, of Dowagiac, Cass county. The plowing match took place on the Cass farm, on the. Grand River road. Dort. Besolved, That the tenth article of the constitution of the Society. WILLIAMS, of Constantine, St. HOLMES, Detroit, Wayne county.
Munroe, Jonesville, Hillsdale. Win Finley, Ann Arbor, Waslitenaw county; Ira H. Butt. terfield, Uticea Macomb, county; Titus Dort, Dearborn, Wayne. F', V V. Shoemaker, Jackson, $ ckscn.
XV. Greer, Famington, Oakland county; Thomas Clark. P'Lpeer, Lapeer county; Andrew Y. Moore, S h,,licrafqr ialamazoo. Kellogg, AIlegan, Allegan. Crippin, Coldwater, Branch. Beecher, Genesee, Genesec. IFowlc, Mocow, s.
H illsdaleo. Oyrus Livell, Ionia, Ionia. M4,ontgomery, A. Ion roe, Monroe. Miller, Saginawr, Saginaw.
Moore, Three Rivers, St. Martin, Shiawassee, Shiawassee. Barlow, jr., Hastin gis Barry. Pond, Coldwater, Branech. Maity Chippewa.
Foote Turner, Dewitt, Clinton. Dewey Flint, T nesse. P, Bu a s Lansing, Ingham. F red . WA tl dni Grass 1aa. Clurtenius,' I. alhalazoo, Kaln, amazoo. SAot; , tri i, Adr, Le nawe f. Wo A. Bucoy IHowe ll, Livingston..
Cha's. Ave, px. Ayin - , Ca a, i, v. Wa IVgei. P rmi. Dngton, Oakland. Clair, St. Waklmnan, oolon, St. Joseph. James Cummi- l Coruna, Shiawassee. Shearer. Resolved, Th.
I at the tanl of the society be tendered to fthe Bff i'm. J'atis, Gage fo the e. Rd eloqul. en,'sdree. Jones foi thi fre'eice us of t land occupied by the so- .
I. souvedy That the thanks of the society be tendered to the ladies: and gentlemen of the city of Detroit for th tase displayed and the. Farmington, 0 kland, grade 4 year old. George Tibbets, Farmington, O kilnd, grade i. A. Moore, Schooleraft, Kalamazoo, . E De. Garmo, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Durham, 2 yr. Walker, Farmington, Oaklnnd, Durham, 4.
F. Danforth, Olivet, Eaton, Grade, . Richmond, Macomb, Durham, 5 d. Bennett, Jackson, Jackson Co., Devon, 3'.
D. Uhl, Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Durham, ? Pomeroy, Clinton, Lenaweeg Devon, 3 year old.
J. Nichols, Tompkins, Jackson, 6 3. Yerlies, Northville, Wayne, cross of Devo & Dur. Fergu on, Aljmont,' Mascomb, Grade, 2 years o.
V' Smith, Coldwater, Branch, Devon, . Ho Ferris, Reading, H1illsdale, (Grade, 3 year old. Blackmarn, Moscow, Hillsdale, Devon, I year old.'. D, Yerkes, Northville, Wayne, grade 2.
COWS AND HEIIERS. M Huuff, Canton, . Wells, Clinton, Lenawee county, 3 year old.
E De. Garmo, Ann Arbor, . Lelana, Ann Arbor, Wash. Co., cross of Devon & Diur 2 y'rrs. Hentig, Maishall, Calhoun county, Grade,' years old.
Bennett, Jackson, Jackson Co., Grade, 2 6'. D. Uhl, YPsilanti, Washtenaw county, . Eo Pomeroy, Clinton, Lenawee county, Durham, 1. Moore, Detroit, Wayne county, Grade, 2 years old. Jeffries, Dexfter Wash.
Chsapmran, G- rade, 3'. Oo W. o reen. Farmington, Oakland Co,, I . B3lackmar, M- oscow, H illsdale county, 2 De- vons, 5 yea' old.' U G6r ade, 3 6. BULL AND HEIVEIR CALVEB.'. Sly, Plymouth, bull 2 mo.
Wells, Clinton, calf 8 mo.