Science, Volumen21

Moses King, 1905
Since Jan. 1901 the official proceedings and most of the papers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have been included in Science.

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Página 202 - ... to fill the vacancies caused by the expiration of the terms of those going out of office in such year.
Página 392 - Fixed Period,' Anthony Trollope discusses the practical advantages in modern life of a return to this ancient usage, and the plot hinges...
Página 392 - As it can be maintained that all the great advances have come from men under forty, so the history of the world shows that a very large proportion of the evils may be traced to the sexagenarians — nearly all the great mistakes politically and socially, all of the worst poems, most of the bad pictures, a majority of the bad novels, not a few of the bad sermons and speeches.
Página 361 - Duties as much and as long as similar ones are not established by the United States or any of them. The Subjects of the most Christian King shall enjoy on their Part, in all the Dominions of the sd States, an entire and perfect Reciprocity relative to the Stipulations contained in the present Article.
Página 117 - ... at $600 per annum each, with maintenance, in the Government Hospital for the Insane. Washington, DC, and vacancies as they may occur in any branch of the service requiring similar qualifications.
Página 396 - Provided, That the examinations, excavations, and gatherings are undertaken for the benefit of reputable museums, universities, colleges, or other recognized scientific or educational institutions, with a view to increasing the knowledge of such objects, and that the gatherings shall be made for permanent preservation in public museums.
Página 516 - Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American Society of Civil Engineers...
Página 361 - The subjects and inhabitants of the said United States, or any one of them, shall not be reputed aubains in France, and consequently shall be exempted from the <lrui; «Taubaine, or other similar duty, under what name soever.
Página 392 - The first is the comparative uselessness of men above forty years of age. This may seem shocking, and yet read aright the world's history bears out the statement. Take the sum of human achievement in action, in science, in art, in literature — subtract the work of the men above forty, and, while we should miss great treasures, even priceless treasures, we would practically be where we are to-day.
Página 215 - Birkhoff occupied the chair. The council announced the election of the following persons to membership in the society: Dr.

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