Proceedings of the General Assembly of North Carolina on the Subject of International Exchanges: Session 1848-'48

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第 60 頁 - That the sum of three hundred dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to defray the expense of an agency in the city of Paris, in France, for the purpose of receiving and transmitting such works as may be made the subject of international exchanges.
第 64 頁 - That his Excellency be, and he hereby is, further authorized and requested to transmit to Mons. Vattemare a copy of the revised statutes and session laws of the State of Michigan, together with the journals and documents of both Houses of the Legislature, and such maps of the several counties as are now completed. "Resolved, That the State geologist be, and he hereby is, authorized and requested to examine and report to the next Legislature what duplicate specimens of the natural history of Michigan...
第 26 頁 - That the instructions on the best mode of collecting, preserving and transporting objects of natural history, which were communicated with the documents accompanying the governor's special message, be added to the documentary journal, and that five hundred extra copies be printed for distribution, under the direction of the governor, with such other documents as he shall deem useful and proper.
第 65 頁 - ... to every quarter of the globe. The system of exchanges proposes to go one step farther. It has for its comprehensive design to place at the disposal of every nation all the sources of intellectual culture and of refinement of taste which are possessed by the most favored of its fellows; and to accomplish this desirable object by means which shall open, foster, and cement relations of amity and good fellowship between the parties concerned.
第 89 頁 - ... sends, as well as on the samples of the same plant that he keeps, and on his catalogue or journal, so that he can afterwards give accurate information of the plants he sends. These numbers should not be repeated during the same tour, but should form a series, to avoid confusion. If the traveller can measure, or knows the height above the sea of the regions he travels over, he should add...
第 54 頁 - AN ACT to regulate the exchange of certain documents and other publications of Congress. "Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Joint Committee on the Library shall appoint such agents as they may, from time to time, deem requisite, to carry into effect the donation and exchange of such documents and other publications as have been or shall be placed at their disposal for the purpose.
第 61 頁 - ... WHEREAS, the present session of the Legislature being about to expire, it is impracticable for it at this time to take such part in the consideration of the question as it otherwise would take great interest and pleasure in doing; therefore, "Be it resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly met, and it is hereby resolved by authority of the same, That the Governor and Secretary of this Commonwealth be, and they are hereby, authorized and requested to confer with...
第 62 頁 - Librarian be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to have the same bound, and to transmit the above extra copies of the laws, public documents, journals of the Senate and of the House of Delegates, together with such surplus books, now remaining in the Library, as the Joint Committee on the Library may direct, to the agents of foreign countries in the United States authorized to receive the same for the above purpose.
第 88 頁 - Clusters of ripe fruits dried in the air and other fruits in alcohol.* Those great marine plants, commonly known by the name of seaweed, should be dried by hanging them in the shade, in the open air, without pressing them in paper ; they should afterwards be put in paper bags, with a label of the place where they were collected and their color when fresh. They can be better prepared in Paris than in traveling, as they often require much care, unless the traveler is skilled in the art. Samples preserved...
第 89 頁 - Dry fruits should be sent in boxes with a label and number corresponding to that of the branch of the plant, in the herbal, to which they belong. All the dry fruits, of too large size to be well preserved in herbals, should be collected separately, the ripest chosen, dried carefully and wrapped in paper. Those of palms, pandanus, zamia, conifers, proteacees, lecythidees, cucurbitaoees, the leguminous family, the bigonias, bombacees, sterculiaoees, especially deserve to be collected separately.

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