Proceedings for ...: Constitution and By-laws with List of Memembers, Volume 11

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Brooklyn Engineer's Club, 1908 - Engineering
Volume for 1897 contains the Constitution and by-laws, with a list of members.
 

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Page 38 - Authority aforesaid, that from and after the twenty-fourth Day of June one thousand seven hundred and fifty, no Mill or other Engine for Slitting or Rolling of Iron, or any Plating forge to work with a Tilt Hammer, or any Furnace for making Steel, shall be erected, or after such Erections, continued, in any of his Majesty's Colonies in America...
Page 10 - He shall perform such other duties as may from time to time be assigned to him by the Executive Committee.
Page 155 - THOUSANDS OF IMITATORS. No Equal. Will Hold Highest Pressure. Don't Have to Use Wire and Cloth to Hold Rainbow CAN'T BLOW IT OUT.
Page 38 - And, that pig and bar iron made in His Majesty's colonies in America may be further manufactured in this kingdom, be. it further enacted...
Page 38 - The time will come when people will travel in stages moved by steam engines from one city to another almost as fast as birds fly, fifteen or twenty miles an hour.
Page 7 - Rules of the Society. Forms for these purposes shall be prescribed by the Board of Direction. If these provisions are not complied with within six months from the notification of election, such election shall be considered void, unless for special reason the time shall be extended by the Board of Direction. Membership of any person shall date from the day of his election.
Page 38 - I was out ot sight in the three miles' ride alone in the woods of Pennsylvania. " I had never run a locomotive nor any other engine before. I have never run one since, but on August 9th, 1829, I ran that locomotive three miles and back to the place of starting, and being without experience and without a brakeman, I stopped the locomotive on Its return at the place of starting. After losing the cheers of the lookers-on, the only sound, in addition to that of the exhaust steam, was that of the creaking...
Page 6 - Society or for transfer from one grade to another shall embody a concise statement, with dates, of the candidate's professional training and experience ; and shall be in a form and in such detail as may be prescribed by the Board of Direction. It shall be signed by the applicant, and shall contain a promise to conform to the requirements of membership, if elected. The applicant shall furnish the names of at least five Corporate Members to whom he is personally known. Each of these shall I...
Page 10 - Society; make appropriations for specific purposes; act upon applications for membership as heretofore provided; take measures to advance the interests of the Society ; appoint all its employees; and generally direct its business. The Board of...

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