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" The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for liberality, intelligence, and active benevolence ; above all political influence, and able and willing faithfully... "
Report of the Board of Visitors - Página 17
por New York. State Hospital, Utica - 1861
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Report ...

Kentucky. State Hospital, Lexington - 1846
...vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...Their tenure of office should be so arranged, that when changes are deemed desirable, the terms of not more than one third of the whole number should...
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The Medical News, Volúmenes11-15

1853
...vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...changes are deemed desirable, the terms of not more than one- third of the whole number should expire in any one year. III. The Board of Trustees should appoint...
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On the Construction, Organization, and General Arrangements of Hospitals for ...

Thomas Story Kirkbride - 1854 - 80 páginas
...vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...Their tenure of office should be so arranged that when changes are deemed desirable, the terms of not more than one-third of the whole number should...
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Annual Report of the Governors of the Almshouse, New York

New York (N.Y.). Alms House - 1854
...authorized to vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of persons possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...intelligence, and active benevolence above all political bias, and able and willing to attend to the duties of their station. Their tenure of office should...
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Annual report of the Governors of the Almshouse, New York. v. 5, 1853, Volumen5

1854
...authorized to vote. n. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of persons possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...intelligence, and active benevolence above all political bias, and able and willing to attend to the duties of their station. Their tenure of office should...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Volumen7

1854
...vote. II. The Board of Trustces should not excced twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...liberality, intelligence, and active benevolence; above all politieal influence, and able and willing faithfully to attend to the duties of their station. Their...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volumen5

United States. Congress. House - 1855
...twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished Ibr liberality, intelligence and active benevolence; above...willing faithfully to attend to the duties of their stations. Their tenure of office should be so arranged that where changes are deemed desirable, the...
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Congressional Serial Set

1855
...twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished lor liberality, intelligence and active benevolence; above...willing faithfully to attend to the duties of their stations. Their tenure of office should be so arranged that where changes are deemed desirable, the...
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Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various ...

Wisconsin - 1859
...vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...Their tenure of office should be so arranged that when changes are deemed desirable, the terms of not more than one-third of the whole number should...
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Joint Documents ... for the Year ...

Michigan. Legislature - 1859
...vote. II. The Board of Trustees should not exceed twelve in number, and be composed of individuals possessing the public confidence, distinguished for...Their tenure of office should be so arranged that whan changes are deemed desirable, the terms of not more than one-third of the whole number should...
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