Proceedings, Volume 8

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Page 45 - States, and for other purposes;" in order to establish justice, promote the welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish the following constitution or form of government; and do mutually agree with each other to form ourselves into a free and independent State, by the name of the STATE OF. OHIO.
Page 192 - ... solutions, from bad a priori reasons, from fixed principles, closed systems, and pretended absolutes and origins. He turns towards concreteness and adequacy, towards facts, towards action and towards power. That means the empiricist temper regnant and the rationalist temper sincerely given up. It means the open air and possibilities of nature, as against dogma, artificiality, and the pretence of finality in truth.
Page 190 - There are some people — and I am one of them — who think that the most practical and important thing about a man is still his view of the universe. We think that for a landlady considering a lodger it is important to know his income, but still more important to know his philosophy. We think that for a general about to fight an enemy it is important to know the enemy's numbers, but still more important to know the enemy's philosophy.
Page 110 - City and county governments may be merged and consolidated into one municipal government, with one set of officers, and may be incorporated under general laws providing for the incorporation and organization of corporations for municipal purposes.
Page 5 - ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP. Any person may become a member of this Association by paying three dollars, and after the first year may continue a member by paying an annual fee of three dollars. On payment of fifty dollars any person may become a life member, exempt from annual dues.* ARTICLE IV.
Page 6 - Council shall have the power to fill vacancies in its membership occasioned by death, resignation or failure to elect, such appointees to hold office until the next annual election of officers. Five members shall constitute a quorum of the Executive Council, and a majority vote of those in attendance shall control its decisions. Ten members shall constitute a quorum of the Association and a majority vote of those members in attendance shall control its decisions. ARTICLE...
Page 101 - Notwithstanding the provisions of this article, the General Assembly shall have the same power over the city and county of St. Louis that it has over other cities and counties of this State.
Page 109 - Act entitled an Act to repeal the several charters of the City of San Francisco, to establish the boundaries of the Cit}" and County of San Francisco and to consolidate the government thereof...
Page 110 - Francisco, and by that name, shall have perpetual succession, may sue and defend in all Courts and places, and in all matters and proceedings...
Page 6 - DUTIES OF OFFICERS 1. The President of the Association shall preside at all meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee, and in consultation with the Program Committee, shall prepare the programs for the annual meetings.

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