Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Wood-Preservers' Association, Volume 16

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American Wood Preservers' Association, 1920 - Wood
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Contents of Proceedings in previous years, included in v. 8- (in v. 8-12 the period covered dates from 1910; in v. 13- from 1905).

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Page 339 - Secretary-Treasurer shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting at which they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and have qualified.
Page 292 - Jas soon as possible after being treated. If they cannot be laid immediately provision shall be made to prevent them from drying out by stacking in close piles and covering them, and if possible by sprinkling them thoroughly at intervals. In any case where they are not laid as Soon as they are received on the street they shall be well sprinkled about two days before being laid under the direction of the purchaser.
Page 301 - If this thing has merit to it, there is only one thing to do and that is to get to work and put it through.
Page 340 - Management SECTION 1. The President shall have general supervision of the affairs of the Association, shall preside at its meetings and those of the Executive Committee, and shall be a member ex-ofUcio of every committee except the Nominating Committee.
Page 290 - The oil shall be a coal-tar product of which at least 65 per cent, shall be a distillate of coal-gas tar or coke-oven tar, and the remainder shall be refined or filtered coalgas .tar or coke-oven tar. It shall comply with the following requirements : 1. It shall not contain more than 3 per cent, of water.
Page 292 - ... necessary gauges, appliances, and facilities to enable the inspector to satisfy himself that the requirements of the specifications are fulfilled.
Page 293 - LAYING THE BLOCKS. Upon the bed thus prepared the blocks shall be carefully set with the fiber of the wood vertical, in straight parallel courses, leaving a space next to the curb 1 inch in width for the expansion joint.
Page 93 - The meeting was called to order at 10 o'clock am by the president, Mr.
Page 293 - They may be driven together every ten courses to keep the rows straight. Nothing but whole blocks shall be used, except In starting a course, or In such other cases as the purchaser may direct; and in no case shall the lap Joint be less than 1 In.
Page 294 - RA 98. If filter papers are used, prior to using they shall be soaked in benzol to remove any grease, dried in a steam oven and kept in a desiccator until ready to be used. The filter-paper cup may be suspended in the extractor flask by a wire basket hung from two small hooks on the under surface of the metal cover of the flask.

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