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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1910
Volume XL, Part II (1910)

Proceedings of the executive committee,   p. 12 PDF (179.2 KB)


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12       WiscoNsIN STATE HoBTICULTURAL SoczETY.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The general Executive Committee meets twice each year, at the sum-
mer meeting and during the Annual Convention. Omitting unimportant
details, motions and resolutions the proceedings of the meetings during
the past year follow:
LA CROSSE MEETING AUG. 24th, 1909
(1) Secretary authorized to employ stenographer regularly at 135.00
a month.
(2) Two Institute lecturers to be furnished if suitable arrangements
can be made with Farm Institute Board.
MADISON MEETING JAN. 17th, 1910
(1) The Secretary read revised premium list and rules for exhibitions
at Summer meetings as prepared by Jas. Livingston of Lake Geneva,
judge of flowers at La Crosse Meeting, and same were adopted as read,
for 1910 Summer meeting.
(2) No premiums to be awarded for fruit except for varieties named in
premium list either at Summer or Winter exhibitions.
(3) President to appoint committee of three to revise premium lists.
(4) That Secretary be instructed in making out financial statements
to report salary of Secretary as $500 and that of Supt. of Trial Orchards
as 81000.
(5) That school grounds work for coming year be left to Board of Man-
agers.
(6) That in future no expenses be allowed delegates from local So-
cieties.
(7) President and Treasurer be each allowed 63.00 per day for time
expended in interests of Society not exceeding 25 days in one year.
MEETING OF NEWLY ELECTED COMMITTEE THURSDAY,
JAN. 20th, 1910.
(1) Frederic Cranefield appointed Secretary for coming year.
(2) Action of Executive Committee Monday evening, Jan. 17th, relating
to expenses of delegates from local Societies revoked.
(3) The President appointed D. E. Bingham, L. G. Kellogg and the
Secretary as a committee to investigate possibilities and feasibility of
an
extensive apple show November next.


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