Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 55. köide

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Published papers whose appeal lies in their subject-matter rather than their technical statistical contents. Medical, social, educational, legal,demographic and governmental issues are of particular concern.

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Page 65 - Institute) may, notwithstanding the statutes of mortmain, take, purchase, hold and enjoy to them and their successors a Hall, or House, and any such messuages...
Page 70 - Fellow of the Society, the reason for the same being at the same time assigned. No Fellow of the Society can withdraw his name from the Society's books, unless all arrears be paid ; and no resignation will be deemed valid unless a written notice thereof be communicated to the Secretaries. No Fellow shall be entitled to vote at any Meeting of the Society until he .shall have paid his subscription for the current year. Expulsion of Fellows.
Page 69 - Society for improving Statistical " Knowledge, and the ends for which " the same has been founded ; that we " will be present at the Meetings of the " Society as often as conveniently we " can, and that we will keep and fulfil
Page 73 - Regulations not inconsistent with these hyc-laws, which shall be and remain in force until the next Annual General Meeting, at which they shall be either affirmed or annulled ; but no Council shall have power to renew Regulations which have once been disapproved at an Annual General Meeting. 28. The Council shall have the custody of the Common Seal. The Common Seal shall not...
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Page 64 - Society collects new materials, condenses, arranges, and publishes those already existing, whether unpublished or published in diffuse and expensive forms in the English or in any foreign language, and promotes the discussion of legislative and other public measures from the statistical point of view.
Page 67 - ... of the Society, and appoint and dismiss at their pleasure all salaried and other officers, attendants, and servants as they may think fit, and may do all such things as shall appear to them necessary or expedient for giving effect to the objects of the Society.

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