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8 > Image 8 of Annual report. 1904

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

li ` n t. 3; cetnn e . J 1 F .. F .`.; A i F T ANNUAL REPORT OF THE. ' _ 'A ZF;;_};.;l-_ ii" _ A _ _ _,___ i Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station J . ..1-i~i; ATR . ;-R - y 1 , Fon me YEAR 1904 `T ..`.` .r'?g.:`.;.ZZ`_{, J _ _ . . . 1.I_r..,`L~.i'__ 1Ej;J;~ . Y 1 FTW RE_PORT OF T_IIE DIRECTOR. . , F.1, * F . Erm A 1.:.::>s;;%:%.;=ea;:..%; , e " The Station is divided into the following divisions: ` : Division of Chemistry. . Division of Entomology and' Botany. . ._'` Division of Agriculture. - Division of Horticulture. Division of Animal` Husbandry. . Division of Fertilizer Control Work. . Division of Food Control Work. ` . DIVISION OF oHEM1sTRY. - During the year the general work ofthe Chemical Division has Q been under the immediate charge of Dr. Peter, assisted by Mr. Averitt, and at times by Mr. ScherH:ius and Mr. O. M. Shedd. The analyses made m this division are classified as follows: Soils .................. . ........................ 71 Corn and wheat ................... ...` . ........... 4; 5 Potable waters ............. . ...................... 43 Mineral waters . . ._ .......... . ....... . ............. 37 A. O. A. C. samples in studying methods .............. 9 Kg ? Examinations in cases of supposed poisonings .......... 4 ti; Sugar beets .................. . . . ...... . .......... 2 Butter in churn tests of cows ........... .. . .......... 2 Clay and marl .................................... 6 QQ? ` we .