Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volumen24,Parte1
American Society of Civil Engineers., 1898
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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Página 306 - Society is organized and the provisions of this Constitution. It shall direct the investment and care of the funds of the Society; make appropriations for specific purposes; act upon applications for membership as heretofore provided; take measures to advance the interests of the Society; appoint all its employees; and generally direct its business.
Página 306 - Direction a statement of receipts and expenses under their several headings, and also a statement of monthly balances. He shall present annually, to the Board of Direction, a balance sheet of his books, as of the 31st of December, and shall furnish, from time to time, such other statements as may be required of him. He shall conduct the correspondence of the Society and keep full records of the same.
Página 212 - State Board of Health, upon the restoration of Green Harbor in the town of Marshfield.
Página 306 - Society; shall employ an expert accountant to audit the accounts monthly; shall approve all bills before payment, and shall make recommendations to the Board of Direction as to the investment of moneys, and as to other financial matters.
Página 56 - ... otherwise the above instructions are to be followed with the following modifications. 21. The tripod clamping screws should be loosened when the instrument is set, and tightened only after the legs are firmly planted, and the instrument must be shaded at all times by the bubble-tender.
Página 306 - MANAGEMENT. 1. — The President shall have a general supervision of the affairs of the Society. He shall preside at meetings of the Society and of the Board of Direction at which he may be present, and shall be ex-officio member of all committees.
Página 306 - He shall attend the meetings of the Association and of the Board of Direction, prepare the business therefor, and duly record the proceedings thereof. He shall see that the moneys due the Association are collected and without loss transferred to the custody of the Treasurer.
Página 306 - He shall invest all funds not needed for current disbursements, as shall be ordered by the Board of Direction. He shall pay all bills, when certified and audited, as provided by this Constitution and by rules to be prescribed by the Board of Direction.
Página 306 - Direction at which he may be present, and shall be ex-officio member of all committees. He shall deliver an address at the Annual Convention. The...
Página 306 - Society and of the Board of Direction ; prepare the business therefor, and duly record the proceedings thereof. He shall see that all moneys due the Society are carefully collected, and without loss transferred to the custody of the Treasurer. He shall carefully scrutinize all expenditures, and use hie best endeavor to secure economy in the administration of the Society.