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Page 1412 - An Act to provide further for the national security and defense by stimulating agriculture and facilitating the distribution of agricultural products...
Page 1699 - February. 1919. when an abstract of the paper will be read. If this is impossible, then discussion in writing may be sent to the Editor. American Institute of Mining Engineers, 29 West 39th Street, New York, N Y., for presentation by the Secretary or other representative of its author.
Page 1416 - In fixing maximum prices for producers the commission shall allow the cost of production, including the expense of operation, maintenance, depreciation, and depletion, and shall add thereto a just and reasonable profit. In fixing such prices for dealers, the commission shall allow the cost to the dealer and shall add thereto a just and reasonable sum for his profit in the transaction.
Page 1716 - American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, and the National Council of State Boards of Engineering Examiners. The Engineers...
Page 1411 - DISCUSSION OF THIS PAPER IS INVITED. It should preferably be presented in person at the New York meeting, February, 1916, when an abstract of the paper will be read.
Page xvii - We are fighting that we may not be herded into actual slavery such as the Germans have established by force of their arms in large parts of Europe. We are fighting against eighteen hours a day forced labor under the lash or at the point of the bayonet, with a dog's death and a dog's burial at the end of it.
Page lvii - The methods and experiences of American cities in collecting and disposing of their municipal wastes — ashes, rubbish, garbage, manure, sewage, and street refuse. "This excellent compilation is strictly to the point.
Page vii - ... received the unqualified commendation of all classes in the community. Resolved, That his bright example, as a physician, a scholar and a citizen, should ever be held as a model for imitation by all who seek to advance professional or secular interests. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, signed by the President and Secretary, be sent to the family of the deceased and to the medical journals. . ELLSWORTH ELIOT, MD, HERMANN GULEKE, MD, A. JACOBI, MD...
Page xxv - Antimony, arsenic, ball clay, bismuth, bromine, cerium, chalk, chromium, cobalt, corundum, emery, fluorspar, ferrosilicon, fullers' earth, 'graphite, grinding pebbles, iridium, kaolin, magnesite, manganese, mercury, mica, molybdenum, osmium, sodium, platinum, palladium, paper clay, phosphorus, potassium, pyrites, radium, sulphur, thorium, tin, titanium, tungsten, uranium, vanadium, and zirconium, as the President may, from...
Page xvii - If for any reason whatever we fall short of victory — and there is no halfway house between victory and defeat — what happens to us ? This. Every relation, every understanding, every decency upon which civilization has been so anxiously built up will go — will be washed out, because it will have been proved unable to endure. The whole idea of democracy — which at bottom is what the Hun fights against — will be dismissed from men's minds, because it will have been shown incapable of maintaining...