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Page 96 - ... advise the respective parties what, if anything, ought to be done or submitted to by either or both to adjust said dispute, and make a written decision thereof.
Page 95 - An Act to provide for a State Board of Arbitration for the settlement of differences between employers and employes, to define the duties of said Board, and to appropriate the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars therefor.
Page 97 - ... make and publish a report finding such cause or causes, and assigning such responsibility or blame. The board shall have the same powers for the foregoing purposes as are given it by section three of this act.
Page 85 - To form some conception of the degree of coarse-grainedness indicated by this conclusion, imagine a rain drop, or a globe of glass as large as a pea, to be magnified up to the size of the earth, each constituent molecule being magnified in the same proportion. The magnified structure would be coarser grained than a heap of small shot, but probably less coarse grained than a heap of cricketballs.
Page 83 - Pendulum vibrating Seconds of Mean Time in the Latitude of London in a Vacuum at the Level of the Sea is in the proportion of Thirty-Six Inches to Thirty-Nine Inches and one thousand three hundred and ninety-three ten-thousandth Parts of an Inch...
Page 43 - Cross in the chair. The records of the previous meeting were read and approved. The chairman...
Page 122 - Thus the nutrients of vegetable foods are, in general, much less costly than in animal foods. The animal foods have, however, the advantage of containing a larger proportion of protein and fats, and the protein, at least, in more digestible forms.
Page 139 - ... following : — First. To give the students practice in such experimental work as any engineer is constantly liable to be called upon to perform in the practice of his profession; as boiler tests, engine tests, power determinations, etc. Second. To give the students some experience in carrying on original investigations in engineering subjects with such care and accuracy as to render the results of real value to the engineering community. Third. By publishing from time to time the results of...