Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 32, Part 2

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American Society of Civil Engineers., 1906 - Civil engineering
Vols. for Jan. 1896-Sept. 1930 contain a separately page section of Papers and discussions which are published later in revised form in the society's Transactions. Beginning Oct. 1930, the Proceedings are limited to technical papers and discussions, while Civil engineering contains items relating to society activities, etc.

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Page 535 - Institute in the department of chemistry, and for some years assistant at the Lawrence experiment station of the Massachusetts State board of health, as research chemist and bacteriologist.
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Page 214 - The President : You have heard the report of the Committee. What is the pleasure of the Association in reference to it.
Page 251 - If not, those in favor of the motion will say "aye"; those opposed "no": the " ayes
Page 972 - Especially devoted to the interests of the architectural, mechanical, engineering, contracting, electrical, railroad, iron, steel, mining, mill, quarrying and kindred interests.
Page 222 - An Associate shall be a person who, by scientific acquirements or practical experience, has attained a position in his special pursuit qualifying him to co-operate with engineers in the advancement of professional knowledge and practice, but who is not a professional engineer.
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