Electrical Engineering Volume 38, Pt. 1
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 Excerpt: ...of ballot envelopes received 2486 Rejected on account of bearing no identifying name on outer envelope, according to Art. VI., Sec. 34, of the Constitution 33 Rejected on account of voter bei...
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g in arrears for dues on May 1, 1919, as provided in the Constitution and By-laws 60 Rejected on account of ballot not being enclosed in inner envelope, or on account of inner envelope bearing an identifying name, according to Art. VI, Sec. 34. of the Constitution 63 Rejected on account of having reached the Secretary's office after May 1, according to Art. VI. Sec. 34, of the Constitution 4 Rejected on account of improper mark-ing of ballot 43 Blank ballots 14 217 Leaving as valid ballots 2269 These 2269 valid ballots were counted and the result is shown as follows: For President Calvert Townley, New York 2201 Scattering and blank 68 For Vice-Presidents C. E. Skinner. Pittsburg 2182 John B. Fisken. Spokane 2169 N. A. Carle. Newark 2139 L. R. Jorgensen, San Francisco 2122 Wills Maclachlan, Toronto 2074 A. M. Schoen, Atlanta 1887 J. B. Whitehead. Baltimore 762 Blank 279 For Managers L. E. Imlay, Niagara Falls 2227 L. F. Morehouse, New York 2217 F. F. Fowle, Chicago 2210 Blank 153 For Treasurer George A. Hamilton, Elisabeth, N. J.. 2231 Blank 38 Respectfully submitted, Henry C. Clement, Chairman Irving W. Edwards, Chas. W. Lee, P. C. Paquette, James Goldsborough, Committee of Tellers, ENGINEERING STANDARDIZATION CONFERENCES IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND Professor Comfort A. Adams, President of the Institute, and Mr. H. M. Hobart sailed for Europe April 18, 1919, to attend conferences in France and England on engineering standardization. At Paris they were to be jo ned by Dr. C. O. Mailloux, and these three, as a delegation representing the U. S. National Committee of the Interna...