Handbook for Scout Masters: Boy Scouts of America

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Boy scouts of America, 1913 - Boy Scouts - 344 pages
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Contents

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IV
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VIII
240
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X
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Page 22 - When the flag is flown at half staff as a sign of mourning it should be hoisted to full staff at the conclusion of the funeral. In placing the flag at half staff, it should first be hoisted to the top of the staff and then lowered to position, and preliminary to lowering from half staff, it should be first raised to the top.
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Page 32 - Make a round trip alone (or with another scout) to a point at least seven miles away (fourteen miles in all), going on foot or rowing boat, and write a satisfactory account of the trip and things observed.
Page 177 - A number equal to one-third of the members of the Committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
Page 34 - ... baked on a stick ; explain to another boy the methods followed. 7. Read a map correctly and draw, from field notes made on the spot, an intelligible rough sketch map, indicating by their proper marks important buildings...
Page 29 - ... semaphore or Morse alphabet. 4. Track half a mile in twenty-five minutes, or if in a town describe satisfactorily the contents of one store window out of four, observed for one minute each. 5. Go a mile in twelve minutes at "scouts
Page 11 - These By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of the members of the Corporation present at any annual meeting...
Page 21 - Scout a boy must be at least twelve years of age and must pass a test in the following: 1. Know the Scout Law, sign, salute, and significance of the badge. 2. Know the composition and history of the national flag and the customary forms of respect due to it.
Page 7 - Heralds of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and be under the supervision of the auxiliary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society in the said Church, if any exist; otherwise under the special supervision of the district secretary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. ARTICLE II— OBJECT The object of this organization shall be to promote missionary intelligence and interest among children and to aid in the work of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Page 44 - to obey the Scout Law." It further means that he himself will have to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent...

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