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Page 149 - All of these officers shall serve until their successors are elected and installed. SEC. 3. The officers of this Association shall be elected by the House of Delegates on the morning of the last day of the annual session, but no delegate shall be eligible to any office named in the preceding section, except that of...
Page 127 - I move that the Secretary be instructed to cast the ballot of the Association for the election of the members whose names were proposed by the Council yesterday.
Page 28 - It has been said that he who makes two blades of grass grow where only one grew before is a benefactor to his species.
Page 152 - CHAPTER V.— ELECTION OF OFFICERS. SECTION 1. All elections shall be by secret ballot, and a majority of the votes cast shall be necessary to elect. SEC. 2. The House of Delegates on...
Page 152 - No address or paper before the Association, except those of the president and orators, shall occupy more than twenty minutes in its delivery ; and no member shall speak longer than five minutes, nor more than once on any subject.
Page 127 - I move that the nominations be closed, and that the Secretary be instructed to cast the ballot of the Association for Mr.
Page 94 - ... carbohydrates, and inorganic salts. There is a well-founded growing belief that an important part in nutrition is played by substances which are not identical with the familiar foodstuffs mentioned and which, despite the minimal amounts thereof present in the diet, may nevertheless be indispensable for growth and the maintenance of life. They have been called "accessory diet factors
Page 142 - When milk is kept warm (37 C.), the decrease is pronounced within the first eight or ten hours. After this time the milk has entirely lost its restraining action. When the milk is kept cool (15 C.) the decrease is less marked, but more prolonged.
Page 149 - ARTICLE IV — OFFICERS SECTION 1. The officers of this Association shall be a President, a First...
Page 149 - ... for a division of the scientific work of the Association into appropriate sections, and for the organization of such councilor district societies as will promote the best interests of the profession, such societies to be composed exclusively of members of component county societies.

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