Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Wood-Preservers' Association, Volume 17

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American Wood Preservers' Association, 1921 - 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 9 - 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 8 - Members and shall consist of a President, a First Vice-President, a Second Vice-President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and six Members of Executive Committee.
Page 8 - Section 5 of this Article. SECTION 5. The Executive Committee may extend the time for paying or remit the dues of any Corporate or Probate members who are unable to pay them.
Page 360 - The oil shall yield not more than 10% coke residue. 8. The foregoing tests shall be made in accordance with the standard methods of the American Wood-Preservers
Page 129 - THE CHAIRMAN: It has been moved and seconded that the report be accepted with the recommendations the Committee has given us.
Page 10 - 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 5 - Quantity of Wood Treated and Preservatives Used in the United States in 1928.
Page 50 - I second the motion. The CHAIRMAN. It has been moved and seconded that the bill be reported favorably. All those in favor of reporting it may signify by saying "aye.
Page 278 - ... damage to the surface of the piles may be reduced to a minimum. (5) Precast reinforced concrete piles and pile casings have not been in use in San Francisco Bay a sufficient length of time to determine their ultimate life. A detailed examination of those structures which have been in service for 10 years shows no evidence of deterioration and they seem capable of a long further life. The length of life to be expected from this type of construction is largely dependent upon the quality of materials...
Page 360 - The distillate, based on water-free oil, shall be within the following limits : — Up to 210 C. not more than 5 per cent. Up to 235 C.

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