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Page 12 - ... Vice-President or Manager shall be eligible for immediate re-election to the same office at the expiration of the term for which he was elected.
Page 12 - The affairs of the Society shall be managed by a Council consisting of a Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, and twelve elected Members, five to make a quorum.
Page 13 - The by-laws may be amended at any regular meeting by a two-thirds vote of...
Page 82 - 100 per cent of air represents theoretically ideal conditions, in which just enough air is present to consume all the combustible gases forming CO2; less than 100 per cent of air corresponds, to reducing conditions. For instance, if an analysis on calculation represents 90 per cent of air, it tells us that the gases are reducing to the extent of 10 per cent of air; similarly, 110 per cent shows an excess of air to the amount of 10 per cent.
Page 82 - ... considered as 100, is usually sufficient to produce flashing. By this is meant that "100 per cent. of air represents theoretically ideal conditions, in which just enough air is present to consume all the combustible gases forming CO2; less than 100 per cent. of air corresponds to reducing conditions. For instance, if an analysis on calculation represents 90 per cent. of air, it tells us that the gases are reducing to the extent of 10 per cent.
Page 11 - All Members and Associates shall be equally entitled to the privileges of membership, provided that Honorary Members...
Page 12 - Institute ; and the Council may in its discretion require bonds to be given by the Treasurer. At each annual meeting the Council shall make a report of proceedings to the Institute, together with a financial statement.
Page 13 - The order of business at the annual meeting shall be: 1. Reading and correction of minutes.
Page 11 - ... complaint of perverted sex activities on the part of Government employees should be thoroughly investigated and dismissals should be ordered only after a complete review of the facts and in accordance with the present civil-service procedures. These procedures provide that the employee be informed of the charges against him and be given a reasonable time to answer. Furthermore, in view of the very serious consequence of dismissal from the Government on charges of sex perversion, it is believed...