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Page 64 - ... the things that are seen, but at the things that are not seen; for the things that are seen are temporal, but the things that are not seen are eternal.
Page 90 - Eczematous ulceration of the skin produced by dust or liquids, or ulceration of the mucous membrane of the nose or mouth produced by dust.
Page 180 - Charities, the Charity Organization Society and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor.
Page 304 - Committees in preparing for the sessions of the Conference, and shall have authority to accept resignations and to fill vacancies in the Committees on Topics of the Conference, The President, with the assistance of the Secretary, shall also supervise the editing of the proceedings of the Conference. 2. Three Vice-Presidents, who shall, at the request of the President, assist him in the discharge of his duties, and in case of his inability to serve, shall succeed him in the order in which they are...
Page 301 - York State are invited to enroll themselves as members of the Conference. No other tests of membership shall be applied, and no membership fee charged, the expenses of the Conference being met by voluntary contributions. II. OFFICERS OF THE CONFERENCE. The Conference shall have the following officers, to be elected at the preceding annual session, with the duties herein respectively assigned to them : 1. A President, who shall preside over the sessions of the Conference, except when the chairman...
Page 25 - December, 1837, inclusive ; which was laid on the table and directed to be printed for the use of the members. THOMAS BOLTON, Clerk. To the Honorable the Common Council of the City of New York.
Page 303 - By-LAws. I. Membership of the Conference. All who have an active interest in the public or the private charitable or correctional work in New York state are invited to enroll themselves as members of the Conference.
Page 304 - Conference ex officio, arid of five members of the Conference to be elected annually at the preceding session of the Conference. Three members shall constitute a quorum. The Executive Committee shall have charge of the business of the Conference, during the interim between the sessions of the latter, and shall give attention to any matters referred to it by the Conference or these by-laws. The program of the Conference as arranged by the Committee on Topics, shall be subject to the approval of the...
Page 306 - ... minutes. 7. Discussion opened by a speaker selected for that purpose. Not to exceed ten minutes. 8. General discussion of the subject presented by the paper. Speakers limited to five minutes each, and no one to speak twice on the same subject except by vote of the Conference. 9. Miscellaneous business. V. The by-laws shall continue in force unless amended by the Conference, after proposed additions or amendments have been submitted to the Executive Committee. LIST OF DELEGATES AND MEMBERS.