Tho following is correct copy of the resol utious passed by the State Board of Ile<h at their meeting last weok : Resolved, That this board is in no way responsible for the marnier in which tho provisions of the law roquiring tho inspection of oils have been executed. Resolved, Thrat the alrnost eutire absence of accidents trom the use of dangerous oils in this State during the past six months emphatieally justifies the position and otForts of this board in securing an efficicnt inspection of oils. lUmtoed, That in the opiniou of this aoard tho nuuiorous cotnplaints of bad oil sustaininj the flash test of lOdegs. F., now brought iuto this State, are in no way ohargeablo to the inspection or the required test, but to the ettbrts of manufacturers to make an inferior oil sus;ain our test by mixing with it oil con;aining paraffin. Resolved, That a brand of oil free from jaraffiu and bearing the Michigan test hould bo demandod by all consuiners. The Nat.ion thinks Mr. Hevordy i ons' attempt to palliate or glosa ovr ' he faults of Minister Schenck is alroost as mournful as the action of the Centennial board in sending Mr. Forney broad to represent it, with $25,000 of ie Pacific Mail corruptiou fund in his ' )ockets.