REPORT OF STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE
                  Act of May 24, 1878, P.L. 132, No. 165              Cl. 03
                                  AN ACT

     To authorize the printing and binding of the reports of the
        state board of agriculture, and other state agricultural
        reports.


        Section 1.  Contents of report
        There (shall) be published annually hereafter thirty-one
     thousand five hundred and ten copies of a work entitled the ,
     Agriculture of Pennsylvania," which shall contain the annual
     reports of the State Board of Agriculture, the State
     Agricultural Society, the State Dairyman's Association, the
     State Fruit Growers' Association, and the State College.  1878,
     May 24, P.L. 132, Sec. 1.
        Section 2.  Apportionment of matter of report
        The matter for said volume shall be proportioned to the
     several organizations, as follows: to the state board of
     agriculture, two hundred and fifty pages; to the state
     agricultural society, two hundred pages; to the state dairyman's
     association, one hundred pages; to the state fruit grower's
     association, eighty pages, and to the state college twenty
     pages, the whole volume not to contain more than six hundred and
     fifty pages: provided, that each organization shall compile and
     arrange its own matter, and that no matter shall be used by
     either which is not original and legitimate to the organization
     offering the same.  1878, May 24, P.L.132, Sec. 2.
        Section 3.  Appropriation for compilation
        For the compilation, arranging and indexing of said matter
     the sum of seven hundred and thirty dollars is hereby annually
     appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not
     otherwise appropriated, upon the presentation of the receipt of
     the superintendent of public printing and binding and that all
     the matter has been delivered to him; said sums to be divided as
     follows: To the State Agricultural Society, two hundred and
     fifty dollars; to the state dairyman's association, three
     hundred and fifty dollars, and to the state fruit growers'
     association, one hundred and thirty dollars; and that each
     organization shall deliver the whole of its report in manuscript
     to the superintendent of public printing on or before the first
     day of November of each year. 1878, May 24, P.L. 132, Sec. 3.
        Section 4.  Quarterly reports
        The state board is hereby authorized to publish, in pamphlet
     form, quarterly reports of not more than one hundred and fifty
     pages, and not more than six thousand copies, of which two
     thousand shall be for the use of the members of the senate,
     three thousand copies for the use of the members of the house of
     representatives, and one thousand copies for the use of the
     state board.  1878, May 24, P.L.132, Sec. 4; 1887, April 1, P.L.
     17, Sec. 1.