The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . ngupon its quality and was not an en-dorsement of it as a thing of value, butwas simply the registering of its name^so that the grower of the product mighthave exclusive use of that name. Alex. Wallace made the point that,under the by-laws, registration did notgo further than merely to give a de-scription of a new plant. Mr. Colesregarded the proposition for a generalcommittee to supervise all plants as toobroad and impracticable. After furtherdiscussion by Messrs. Watson. Read.Hagenburger, Dillon and Wintzer, amotion by Mr. Vaughan, crea

The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . ngupon its quality and was not an en-dorsement of it as a thing of value, butwas simply the registering of its name^so that the grower of the product mighthave exclusive use of that name. Alex. Wallace made the point that,under the by-laws, registration did notgo further than merely to give a de-scription of a new plant. Mr. Colesregarded the proposition for a generalcommittee to supervise all plants as toobroad and impracticable. After furtherdiscussion by Messrs. Watson. Read.Hagenburger, Dillon and Wintzer, amotion by Mr. Vaughan, crea Stock Photo
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The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade . ngupon its quality and was not an en-dorsement of it as a thing of value, butwas simply the registering of its name^so that the grower of the product mighthave exclusive use of that name. Alex. Wallace made the point that, under the by-laws, registration did notgo further than merely to give a de-scription of a new plant. Mr. Colesregarded the proposition for a generalcommittee to supervise all plants as toobroad and impracticable. After furtherdiscussion by Messrs. Watson. Read.Hagenburger, Dillon and Wintzer, amotion by Mr. Vaughan, creating acanna committee, was adopted. On motion of Mr. Traendly, Presi-dent Kasting was selected as one ofthe two delegates to the National Coun-cil of Horticulture. Robt. Craig, ofPhiladelphia, was appointed as theother delegate. On motion of Mr. Scott, one of the-judges in the trade exhibition, the ex-ecutive committee was recommended to-make a rule requiring every exhibitorto make an entry of his exhibit as soonas permission for staging it was given.. IN THE DAYTON EXHIBITION HALL. rgoo. The American Florist. 211 L. H. Read announced that a con-ference would be held at the hall inthe afternoon upon the advisability offorming a national canna association. W. S. Powell, of the bureau ofcredit of the Wholesale Seedmens g-alnvillea Wm, K. Harris, palms anddecorative plants. A. T. Boddington, New York, bulbs. J. A. Peterson, Cincinnati, Bostonand Piersoni ferns, Pandanus Veitchii, Begonia Gloire de Lorraine and Adia-tum Farleyeuse. C. Winterich. Defiance, O., cycianiens.

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