Good Roads Magazine, Volume 10

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E. L. Powers Company, 1909 - Roads
 

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Page 16 - Pats of neat cement about three inches in diameter, one-half inch thick at the center, and tapering to a thin edge, shall be kept in moist air for a period of twenty-four hours.
Page 64 - The specification must be in such full, clear, and exact terms as to enable any one skilled in the art to which it appertains to compound and use the invention; that is to say, to compound and use it without making any experiments of his own.
Page 152 - Except where otherwise provided, every crime declared to be a misdemeanor shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed $1,000, imprisonment not to exceed six months, to work in the chain gang on the public roads, or on such other public works as the county or State authorities may employ the chain gang, not to exceed 12 months, any one or more of these punishments in the discretion of the judge.
Page 152 - Every crime declared to be a misdemeanor is punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars, imprisonment not to exceed six months, to work in the chain-gang on...
Page 92 - C. When the sample is cooled to normal temperature, It shall be weighed and the percentage of loss by volatilization reported. The penetration of the residue shall then, if possible, be determined at 25 C.
Page 92 - After passing the contents of both flasks through the filter, the two residues are shaken with more fresh carbon disulphide and set aside for 24 hours without disturbing, or until it is seen that a good subsidation has taken place, when the solvent is again decanted off upon the filter. This washing is continued until the filtrate or washings are practically colorless. The crucible and both flasks are then dried at 125C. and weighed. The filtrate containing the bitumen is evaporated, the bituminous...
Page 284 - NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.— STATE OF NEW YORK, Office of the State Commission of Highways. Albany, NY — Pursuant to the provisions of chapter 30, Laws of...
Page 92 - ... off as possible without disturbing the residue. The first flask is again treated with fresh carbon disulphide and shaken as before, when it is put away with the second flask and not disturbed for 48 hours.
Page 56 - Turning now to the subject of maintenance, pure and simple, nothing has yet been written better than the Preliminary Report of the Committee on Iron and Steel Structures of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association, contained in Bulletin No.
Page 92 - Erlenmeycr flask, the tare of which has been previously ascertained, and treated with 100 cc of carbon disulphide. The flask is then loosely corked and shaken from time to time until practically all large particles of the material have been broken up, when it is set aside and not disturbed for 48 hr.

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