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Page 31 - ... nominated by the governor, and appointed by him, with the advice and consent of the senate. They shall hold their offices for five...
Page 31 - That the officers of the commission shall be a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, and such other officers, agents, and employees as it may deem necessary.
Page 31 - That the real and personal eslate, business, property, and fund of said company, and the administration of its affairs, shall be under the direction, management, and control of a board of...
Page 31 - ... Cincinnati Lyceum. Morgan Neville, named with 11 others, including Salmon P. Chase. SEC. 1. "with their 'associates who have united together for the purpose of promoting the diffusion of useful knowledge among all classes of the community." SEC. 3. "with power to establish such schools, classes and professorships, and appoint such professors, lecturers, and teachers therein as to them shall seem expedient.
Page 3 - To the first question we would al most unhesitatingly reply in the affirmative, without direct observation. In regard to the second, it is well known by those who have given much attention to the habits of trap-door spiders, that the mature males, at least, do not build trap-door nests, but seek a hiding place under stones, logs, etc. There is also another question as to the constancy with which species follow a uniform type in the construction of their nests. Some...
Page 31 - ... Commerce, annex reasonable pecuniary fines as a penalty for the breach thereof, and do all such other acts as appertain to the Chamber of Commerce. The Board of Officers shall appoint a Superintendent and such other agents as they shall deem fit and expedient, provided no by-laws, rules, or regulations shall in any wise be contrary to the Constitution and laws of the State or of the United States. SEC.
Page 4 - The annual exhibition is designed to bring into favorable notice, the actual manufactures of the country, especially those of the West. It appears that this has not generally been understood among the mechanics ! Not one third of the manufactures of the city have yet been represented at the Fair, in consequence, it is believed, of the want of correct information in relation to the design of the Institute. It is not the purpose of its exhibition, to make a