8. Clubs shall have all the powers conferred upon agricultural societies by section 34 of the Agricultural Societies Act (chapter S-25), and they may further,—
(1) procure books, magazines and newspapers treating of agricultural subjects for the use of their members;
(2) promote and favor experiments in farming, manure, and improved agricultural machinery and implements, encourage the study of the best methods of fattening cattle, producing milk, manufacturing butter and cheese and improving and draining lands.
Nevertheless no club may alone hold a fall exhibition such as is ordinarily held by agricultural societies.
R. S. 1964, c. 113, s. 8.