Transactions of the New England Water Works Association

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Press of the Newton Journal., 1882
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Page 26 - Committee be accepted and that the Secretary be instructed to cast one ballot for the election of all of the gentlemen named to the respective offices. Is there any discussion on that motion ? If not, all those in favor of it will say "aye,
Page 5 - Society, and pay out the same upon the order of the Secretary, countersigned by the President. He shall keep an account of the funds in his charge and...
Page 7 - ORDER OF BUSINESS. At the annual meeting of the Association the order of business shall be : 1. The reading of the minutes of last meeting. 2. The address of the President.
Page 10 - All papers read at the meetings of the Association must relate to matters connected with the objects of the Association, and must be approved by the Executive Committee before being read, unless notice of the same shall have been previously given to the Secretary, as hereinbefore provided.
Page 6 - The Secretary shall issue notices to all Members of the Association at least fourteen days before each General Meeting, mentioning the papers to be read, and the business to be brought forward at the meeting.
Page 23 - Legler, at request of the president, took the chair. Voted that a committee of three be appointed by the chair to nominate five members for Council to be elected by council for a term of five years each.
Page 72 - I am authorized to extend an invitation to the Association to 'hold its next annual meeting at Springfield.
Page 26 - Constitution, be referred to a committee of three, to be appointed by the chair...
Page 14 - Committee was adopted, and the Secretary was directed to cast the ballot of the Association for the persons nominated.
Page 10 - SEC. 4. The Executive Committee shall manage all the affairs of the society, subject to the action and approval of the society at its meeting.

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