10. A farmers’ club may form its members, or some of them, into a society for the testing of milch cows, and employ, for such testing, an expert or one of its officers; it may devote its funds, wholly or in part, to defray the expenses of such testing, with the consent of the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. The club shall govern such association and fix the salary of its officers. It shall have the right to collect and handle the sums or contributions which each member of the association obliges himself to pay to defray the expenses of the association. Such society shall be formed by means of a memorandum in the following form:
“We, the undersigned, agree to become members of the society for the testing of milch cows of .
This society is to be governed by the directors of the farmers’ club of .
We hereby bind and oblige ourselves to pay, each of us respectively, to such club, the sum of $ annually, to assist in defraying the expenses of this association.
The above sum shall be payable, as to one-half, immediately, and, as to the other half, in one year.
We bind ourselves to conform to the regulations which the club may adopt for the government of such association.
At all times, the officers of the club may visit our stables and farms, between the hours of five hours and nineteen hours, and take note of the milk given by our milch cows.
Dated at , the day of the month of , 19 ”.