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WAKEFIELD WALLASEY WALLSEND WALTHAMSTOW WANSTEAD WARMINSTER WARWICK WATERLOO, LIVERPOOL WATFORD WEDNESBURY WELLINGBOROUGH WEST BROMWICH, STAFFORDSHIRE WEST DERBY, LIVERPOOL WEST HAM, LONDON WEYMOUTH AND MELCOMBE REGIS .. WHITEHAVEN WHITLEY WHITWORTH WILLESDEN WILLINGTON QUAY, NORTHUMBERLAND WINDSOR WITHINGTON WOLVERHAMPTON WOODFORD WORKSOP WREXHAM
R. Porter. J. T. Lea. P. W. Thomson. G. B. Jerram. J. T. Bressey. T. Oruse. E. M. Richards. R. Thompson. C. C. Lovejoy. J. W. Fereday. E. Sharman. J. T. Eayrs. E. H. Allies. L. Angell. W. B. Morgan. R. Pickering: R. A. Worswick. Thos. Holt. 0. O. Robson. P. W. Thomson, T. V. H. Davison. J. Swarbrick. G. E. Thoms. J. D. Hooper. J. Allsopp: J. W. M. Smith, A. S. Jones.
RULES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
1.—That the Society be named the “ AssoCIATION OF MUNICIPAL
AND SANITARY ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS.” II.—That the objects of the Association be
a. The promotion and interchange among its Members of that species
of knowledge and practice which falls within the department of
c. The general promotion of the objects of Sanitary Science. III.—That the Association consist of Civil Engineers and Sur
veyors holding chief permanent appointments under the various Municipal Corporations or Sanitary Authorities within the control of the Local Government Board, and such Honorary Members as shall be elected by the Council. Members who cease to hold such appointments after the Annual Meeting of the Association in 1881 are eligible for re-election by the Council, but will be disqualified from
holding any office. IV.- That the Affairs of the Association be governed by a
Council, consisting of a President, Three Vice-Presidents,
the Council. V.--That the Council shall nominate one name for President, six
for Vice-Presidents, one for Hon. Secretary, and forty Ordinary Members from which to elect the Council. Such Nominations shall be printed and sent to each Member of the Association not less than fourteen days previous to the Annual Meeting. Every Member shall be entitled to vote for or erase any of such Nominations, or substitute other names, subject in all cases to the limits of Rule IV., and return the same within seven days from the date of issue. Such ballot papers shall be examined in London by the President, Secretaries and two Scrutineers appointed at the previous Annual Meeting, or by any two of the aforesaid Members.
VI.-That the Association be formed into District Committees
which shall include the whole of the Members. Such Committees shall meet from time to time, in convenient centres, for the discussion of matters of local and general interest connected with the Association. Each District Committee shall appoint a Local Secretary, who will keep records of local proceedings, and communicate with the Council. No District Committee or Local Secretary shall be entitled either to represent or act on behalf of the Association.
VII.—That a General Meeting and Conference of the Association
shall be held annually in such towns, in rotation, as may
afford convenient centres for assembling the Members. VIII.—That an entrance-fee of One Guinea, and a subscription of
One Guinea per annum, from Civil Engineers and Surveyors under Rule III., shall constitute Membership of the Association.
ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND SANITARY
ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS.
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING.
OXFORD, June 28th, 29th, and 30th, 1883.
THE Members assembled in the Council Chamber, at Oxford Town Hall, when Mr. C. Jones, President, took the chair. The Minutes of the Annual Meeting held in London in June 1882 were first read, confirmed, and signed.
The SECRETARY then read the Annual Report for the year ending April 30th, 1883.
The Council have much pleasure in again presenting their Annual Report, and specially congratulate the Members on the increasing and successful progress of the Association during the past year.
Since the last Annual Meeting, which was held in London in July 1882, four District Meetings have been held: at Tynemouth, on the 27th September ; at Llanwddyn, on the 25th October ; at Rochdale, on the 16th March ; and at Middlesborough, on the 23rd June. These District Meetings continue to maintain their popularity and to infuse more and more energy into the practical working of the Association.
The visits in connection with these meetings, to the various interesting works, have proved an important and highly valuable feature, and continue to be warmly appreciated by the Members.
These facts are satisfactorily proved by the numbers attending,
by the interesting papers of high technical value, and the well sustained discussions that followed them.
The Council have the satisfaction of announcing that sixteen new Members have joined the Association during the past year. Four Members have resigned, four have been written off, the letters addressed to them having been returned marked "No address”; and regret to have to report the deaths of four Members, viz. Messrs. J. S. L. Downie, of Skelton; George Thompson, of Derby; W. J. Boys, of Walsall, and J. G. Lynde, of Manchester.
The number of Members on the role of the Association at the close of the year was 5 Honorary Members, 210 Ordinary Members, making 215 in all.
The Council trust that each Member will use his best endeavour to augment this steadily increasing total, as the efficiency of the Association will be materially advanced by increased numbers.
In accordance with the Rules of the Association, the Ballot lists were issued with the result that the following gentlemen have been elected to the Council :
President.-W. H. White.
Ordinary Members of Council.-H. P. Boulnois, E. Buckham, R. Davidson, Jos. Gordon, T. Hewson, S. Harpur, H. U. McKie, W. G. Laws, J. Proctor, G. E. Thoms, T. C. Thorburn, and T. Walker.
General Honorary Secretary.—Chas. Jones.
The satisfactory state of the Association is borne out by the accompanying duly audited balance sheet of the financial year, showing a balance in hand on the 30th of April of 1261. 18s. 4d.
The amount in hand on same date in the previous year is 1061. 10s. 3d.
The statement of assets and liabilities goes also to show the sound financial position of the Association.
The Council have had before them the consideration of several towns as suitable centres to hold the next Annual Meeting, and recommend that Newcastle-on-Tyne should be selected for the next Annual Meeting of the Association.
The President moved and Mr. Pritchard seconded the adoption of the Report.
Mr. Jerram expressed regret that no District Meeting had been