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Image from page 19 of “California fish and game” (1914)
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Identifier: californiafishga541919cali
Title: California fish and game
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: California. Dept. of Fish and Game California. Fish and Game Commission California. Division of Fish and Game
Subjects: Fisheries Game and game-birds Fishes
Publisher: [San Francisco, etc.] : State of California, Resources Agency, Dept. of Fish and Game
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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18. The commission has not at any time been governed for political or personal orother inefficient or improper motives. a. It has not dismissed trained or efficient employees without cause. h. It has not employed or promoted or otherwise rewarded assistants or employeesnot deserving of such consideration. c. The department is not demoralized or functioning inefficiently or at an expenseout of all proportion to the results obtained. On the contrary, the work ofthe department is now being performed more efficiently, intelligently andeconomically than at any other time during its existence. 19. The force of wardens in the field is as great as the funds of the commission willpermit. If the overhead has increased, it is caused by the increase of the clerical workconnected with the commissions activities, and also by the rules and regulations laiddown by the Board of Control. Respectfully submitted. FISH AND GAME COMMISSION. Carl Westerfeld, Executive Officer. 186 CALIFOHNIA FISII AND GAME.

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Fig 56. Yosemite Valley deer photographed in a snowstorm. Snow was falling atthe rate of two inches an hour when these deer were photographed by A. M.Fairfield, March 6, 1919. Exposure 1/25 see., stop, F 6.3. CALIFORNIA PISH AND GAME. 187 CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME A pubUcatlon devoted to the conserva-tion of wild life and published quarterlyby the California State Fish and GameCommission. Sent free to citizens of the State of Cali-fornia. Offered in exchange for ornitho-logical, mammalogical and similar period-icals. The articles published in California FishAND Game are not copyrighted and may bereproduced in other periodicals, provideddue credit is given the California Fish andGame Commission. Editors of newspapersand periodicals are invited to make use ofpertinent material. All material for publication should besent to H. C. Bryant, Museum of Verte-brate Zoology, Berkeley, Cal. October 21, 1919. PERSUASION VERSUS COMPULSIONIN FISH AND GAME CONSERVA-TION. Legislati n is the time-honor

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Image from page 42 of “The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs” (1886)
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Identifier: ologistfors1516189899latt
Title: The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Lattin, Frank H
Subjects: Birds Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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acli. Glaucous Gull, Mana Shearwater, Canvas-back, Barrows Goldeneye, Harlequin Duck,Wood Ibis, Merlin, Short-eared Owl, White-necked Raven and others. 25 cents eacli. Black-throated Loon, Iceland Gull, Booby-Canada Goose, European Swan, Turnstone-Broad-winged Hawk, Caracara, Raven. 50cents each. Loon, Yellow-billed Tropic Bird, Greenshank,Duck Hawk. Gray Sea Eagle, Mississippi Kite,Bohemian Waxwing, and other rare eggs at.00 each. Least Auklet, Ancient Murrelet, Black Oy-stercatcher Bald Eagle and others, .50each. Also sets of the above with original data.Largest stock of Birds Eggs in North America,and testimonials from many wellknown Amer-ican Ornithologists speaking in the highestterms of my specimens and reliability andmanner of dealing my customers. Walter Raine, Sleeker St., Toronto, Ca. IDENTIFY YOUR EGGS. For 3i lays I offer Maynards EggsofNortn Viiaericau Birch, last editionwith col led plates at .70, prepaid,cloth boil id and new. Adiress,ERNEST H. SHORT.Albion, N. Y.

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Monthlj. c per2.=) words. Notices over 2.t words, charged at the rate of one-halt cent per each additionalword. No notice Inserted for less than 2.5c. Terms, cash with order. Strictly First-class specimens will be accepted in payment at one-third list rates. Whats Your Number? Examine the number following your nameon the wrapper of this months Oologist. Itdenotes when your subscription expired orwin expire. No.141 your subscription expires with this issueU.) •• •• •• June, I.tO •• Nov, • Intermediate numbers can easily be deter-mined. If we have you credited wrong wewish to rectify. Tills nioiitlis OOI^OCISX Mvasmailed subscribers ]»larcb 12. FOR SA.I.K:—Auk vols. 10, II, 12. 13, Jl.iiOeach; 0. and 0. vols. C to 18 inclusive. Makecash offer for the set. Manj-others. B

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Image from page 762 of “Public documents of the State of North Carolina [serial]” (1889)
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Title: Public documents of the State of North Carolina [serial]
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: North Carolina
Subjects: Administrative agencies
Publisher: Raleigh [N.C.] : Josephus Daniels, state printer and binder
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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14,372.00 Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or adjusted and not due $ 227,306.25 Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by thecompany- 90,000.00 Total policy claims 317,306.25 Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied 33,822.66 Commissions due to agents on premium notes when paid 6,550.15 Dividends or other profits due to policy-holders, including those contingent on pay-ment of outstanding and deferred premiums 124,422.39 Dividends apportioned, payable to policy-holders during 1904 35,703 27 Dividends apportioned, payable to policy-holders subsequent to 1904: Accumulated surplus fund 2,228,393.00 Five-year option 573,723.83 Life rate endowment 515,516.19 Four per cent, bond 248,419.95 Six per cent, bond 84,626.02 Guaranteed dividend 87,972.00 Other liabilities, viz.: Special 3V6 per cent, reserve 999,545.00 Total $ 57,204,553.71 Unassigned funds—surplus 3,268,667.71 Total liabilities $ 60,473,221.42 1905.] Document No. 10. 101

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3 l.-S J-O ■o.i.hc «2 3,;iisi — = i 5—-~>> >> >) >> >> >> meamcQcaca — ■■j.c-^c<1»in<u hC0) 1)E 3 0) Eu 0) Q Iw – 5zz < 6.O 3x X W 3 o o – 102 Document No. io. [Session BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING 1903. Number. Policies in force December 31, 1902 3,200 Policies issued during the year 732 Total 3,932 Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 392 Policies in force December 31, 1903 3,540 Losses and claims unpaid December 31, 1902 3 Losses and claims incurred during the year 25 Total 28 Losses and claims settled during the year, in cash 26 Losses and claims unpaid December 31, 1903 2 Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduction for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses Amount. 5,859,847.00 1,340,904.00 7,200,751.00557,830.00 6,642,921.0013,000.0040,792.00 53,792.00 52,706.00 1,086.00 231,673.32 PHCENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT. Incorporated May, 1851. Commenc

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