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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

Class 43.—Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades appertaining thereto

Class 43.—Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades appertaining thereto.

67 Government, Central Provinces.—Stick lac, with lac crushed and the stick separated, from Jubbulpore.

68 Government, Central Provinces.—Seed lac, after the dye has been washed out, known as "cleaned seed lac," from Jubbulpore.

69 Government, Central Provinces.—The lac dye washed out of crushed lac, and strained, pressed, and dyed, from Jubbulpore.

70 Government, Central Provinces.—The lac dye, refuse of lac dye, bought by native dyers, from Jubbulpore.

71 Government, Central Provinces.—Sifting of cleaned seed lac, too fine to work into shell lac, from Jubbulpore.

72 Government, Central Provinces.—Shell lac made from cleaned seed lac, and known as "second orange" of commerce, from Jubbulpore.

73 Government, Central Provinces.—Shell lac made from medium-sized seed, and known as "European liver" of commerce, from Jubbulpore.

74 Government, Central Provinces.-Refuse taken from the bags in which the seed lac is heated to make shell lac, from Jubbulpore.

75 Government, Central Provinces.-Refuse from the vats in which the shell lac straining-bags are boiled, from Jubbulpore.

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76 Government Central Provinces.—Bahera kernel, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

77 Government, Central Provinces.—Sebesten plum, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

78 Government, Central Provinces.—Bahera fruit, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

79 Government, Central Provinces.—Raw lac, from Raipur, Central Provinces.

80 Government, Central Provinces.—Myrabolan or terminalia galls, used as a dye, and an astringent; from Jubbulpore and Raipur.

81 Government, Central Provinces.—The marking-nut, called "bhilawan."

82 Government, Central Provinces.—Resin of the Shorea robusta, called "Rall" or dammar.