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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Thirty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wis., February 11, 12 and 13, 1903. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests

[Committees appointed],   pp. 32-33 PDF (488.2 KB)

Goodrich, C. P.
A Fond du Lac County cow census and its lessons,   pp. 33-46 PDF (3.4 MB)

Page 33

- Wiawoi   Daiymen's Aswociation.         33 
shall be put upon the market under appropriate names, free from 
incorrect or misleading appellations or markings, and in such 
manner and form that purchasers and consumers may readily 
distinguish and recognize them as imitations or substitutes; and 
they especially protest at this tine, that renovated, clarified and 
rechurned butter cannot with any propriety be denominated 
process butter, as though it was freshly made by Hone new and 
Improved process, and should not be permitted to assume that or 
any other name or designation that does not clearly and unmis- 
takably indicate its origin and character, and differentiate it 
froat the regular product of creameries and dairies. 
Resolved, That this Association unreservedly approves the 
legislation of CoIgress, and the regulations precribed bY the 
Secretary of Agriculture, relating to the manufacture and sale 
of renovated butter, as being just and right, Conducive to com- 
mecial integrity, and in restraint of deceit and false pretenses. 
Every attempt to secure a modification of this legialation and the 
regulations for its enforcement, buy the manufacturers of and 
,eelers in renovated butter, is tantamount to an admission of a 
3sire to deceive and thereby defraud the public. 
On motion of Secretary Burchard, duly seconded, the resolu- 
tions were unanimously adopted. 
C. P. Goodrich, Fort Atkinson. 
Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen: I want to say to you to 
start with that I am feeling good, and I have a particular reason 
for feeling good for the last five days. A good many of you will 
remember that last year at Menomonie I presented results on a 
cow census that I took there. You will remember that a sumn 
-    mary of my work was published in a paper that was scattered all 
th-:ug the audience. The owner of each herd was designated 
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