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Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Thursday and Friday, March 11 and 12, 1909
(1909)

Luchsinger, John; Tschudy, Fred
Resolutions,   pp. 70-71 PDF (275.9 KB)


Page 70


NINTii ANNU.\I CONVENTION.
RESOLUTIONS.
\V'hereas, the railroads of this couniry in the year 1908
ma(le a re-iulatioii requiring all pacl)kages of goods less
than carloa(ls to be marked in full with the consignees
flame and ad(ldress and whereas, salid rule applies to each
package of cheese however small and has greatly increased
the labor alnd care of the shippers of cheese an(l is pro-
ductive of great injury an(l loss in that, that said marking
publishes to everyone the oname anid add(lr(ss of customers
which every shipper has a right shall be kept private.
That no good reason exsists for said rule since no losses
have occured by reason of not marking in full:
Therefore be it resolved, that we ask that the regulation
requiring cheese to be marked in full be rescinded so far
as it applies to cheese shipments for the reason that it is
arbitrary, unreasonable and oppressive:
Resolved, that we favor the organization of a county
agricultural and dairy school for the better training of
our young men in the practice of farming, dairying and
cheesemaking.
Whereas, it is evident that this association is of benefit
to the people of southern Wisconsin and is worthy of being
made a permanent organization:
Therefore be it resdlved, that the executive committee be
and the same is directed to have the association duly
incorperated under the laws of this state under the name
of Southern Wisconsin Dairymen's and Cheesemakers'
Association.
Whereas, it aI)ppars that C Pnwress has been called in


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