Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Volume 37
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Page xviii - Directors after each annual meeting of the corporation, and shall hold office for one year or until their successors are elected and qualify. The duties of all officers shall be such as usually pertain to their offices, respectively, together with such other duties as may from time to time he
Page xix - meetings or perform the duties of his office. All vacancies shall be filled by the appointment of the Council, and any person so appointed shall hold office for the remainder of the term for which his predecessor was elected or appointed ; provided that the said appointment shall not render
Page xix - of the Council to serve for two years; and three Councilors to serve for three years. The term of office of all Members of the Council shall continue until the adjournment of the meeting at which their successors are elected.
Page xxiv - COMMITTEE shall each consist of three members of the Board of Directors, and shall be appointed by the President at the first meeting of the Board, after the annual meeting in each year. The COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP shall consist of five Members of the Council, and shall be appointed by the President of the Council, at the
Page xvii - 2. Special business meetings of the Institute may be held at such times and places as the Board of Directors may appoint, upon notice to all Members and Associates entitled to vote, directed to each at his last known Post-Office address, and mailed
Page 617 - in., the rails in question will be liable to rejection. 10. Finish. Rails shall be straight in line and surface when finished; the straightening being carefully done while cold; smooth on head, sawed square at ends (variation to be not more than ^ in.), and, prior to shipment, shall have the burr occasioned by the saw-cutting
Page xxii - I. PRESIDING OFFICERS. At all Business meetings of the Institute the President, or, in his absence, the Vice-President, or, in the absence of both of them,
Page 624 - OF TRADE. Report of the Com. appointed by the Board to enquire into the Loss of Strength in Steel Rails through Use on Railways. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1900, 124 pp. POST, JW Hard Steel or Soft Steel for Rails. Bid. of the Inter.
Page 922 - The entire process of manufacture and testing shall be in accordance with the best current practice, " and " Sufficient material shall be discarded or cropped from the top of all ingots to insure sound rails." There should be some judge in case
Page 613 - must be evenly heated throughout their length, drawn at a uniform temperature, and a uniform finishing-temperature also maintained. 2. Chemical Composition. Rails of the various weights per yard specified below shall conform to the limits in chemical composition shown in Table