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" Societies has for its object, to quote from its constitution ' to further the public welfare wherever technical knowledge and engineering experience are involved, and to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical... "
Science - Page 131
1920
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Science, Volume 52

John Michels (Journalist) - 1920 - 704 pages
...Conference that there should be created an organization "to further the public welfare wher technical knowledge and engineering experience are...and not of individual members. On the basis of these fundamentale, the attached constitution and by-laws were unanimously adopted by the conference. These...
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Proceedings, Volume 6

Louisiana Engineering Society - 1920 - 452 pages
...eminently successful the new organization which shall speak for these professions in all matters affecting the public welfare, wherever technical knowledge and engineering experience are involved, and on other matters of common concern to the public and to these professions. FUNDAMENTAL, PRINCIPLES...
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American Institute of Electrical Engineers - 1921 - 462 pages
...available. A democratic organization has been created whose object as declared in the Constitution shall be to further the public welfare wherever technical knowledge...to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical professions. Super-Power Survey. To aid in carrying out the...
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The Michigan Alumnus, Volume 28

1921 - 1100 pages
...dedicated to the service of the community, state, and nation. ''The object of this organization shall be to further the public welfare wherever technical knowledge...to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical professions." The Federated Engineering Societies The work...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 97

1921 - 236 pages
...Engineering Societies, inasmuch as the object of the organization is to further public welfare whenever technical knowledge and engineering experience are...to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical professions. The "assay of waste" undertaken by the Committee...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volumes 97-98

1921 - 564 pages
...Engineering Societies, inasmuch as the object of the organization is to further public welfare whenever technical knowledge and engineering experience are...to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical professions. The "assay of waste" undertaken by the Committee...
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ASME Transactions, Volume 42

American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 1921 - 1200 pages
...Engineering Societies, a comprehensive organization of the engineering and allied technical bodies created to "further the public welfare wherever technical...knowledge and engineering experience are involved." The movement to establish such an organization grew from recommendations made by the Joint Conference...
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Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Volume 42

American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 1921 - 1828 pages
...Engineering Societies, a comprehensive organization of the engineering and allied technical bodies created to further the public welfare wherever technical...knowledge and engineering experience are involved. The movement to establish such an organization grew from recommendations made by the Joint Conference...
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Trade Association Activities

United States. Department of Commerce - 1923 - 394 pages
...board carries on the work of the federation at bimonthly meetings. The object of the organization is to further the public welfare wherever technical knowledge...to consider and act upon matters of common concern to the engineering and allied technical profession it is the engineers1 contribution to the community,...
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ASME Transactions, Volume 45

American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 1924 - 948 pages
...with the revision of the constitution and by-laws now under advisement, it will be better equipped to further the public welfare wherever technical knowledge and engineering experience are involved, and in all matters of common concern to the engineering profession. Some of the problems of national importance...
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