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Texas State Association of Architects Minutes and Proceedings

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five candidates for Board of Trustees nominated in the report no. 2.

Mr. Heiner moved to ballot for each member of [?] and placed Mr. Andrewartha in [nomination?] and [?] Dodson, Heiner, Clayton, Wahrenberger and LArmour were duly elected.

Mr. Andrewarther [re'd?] 2 votes " Larmour " 8 Scattering 1

The election was made unanimous.

On motion, it was decided that the next convention be held at Houston.

On motion of Mr. Nixon and seconded by Mr. Heiner, the Pres. appointed a commitee of 3 to revise the constitutions and by-laws; and report at next annual meeting. [?] Nixon, Clayton and Heiner were appointed [?] committee. By request, Mr. Clayton was excused from acting on the committee, and Mr. S. P. Herbert of Waco was appointed in his place.

Mr. Wahrenberger presented the follow communication from the Texas Society of Engineers:

"At a meeting of the Texas Society of Engineers held Jan 4 1887, the following motion was made by the President, Mr. C. P. Mattack, and endorsed by the members present -

Recognizing the fact that it is desirable to secure by legislation, protection in the practice of Architects Engineering and kindred

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profession, [be?] it

Resolved by the Texas Society of Engineers, that [we?] stand ready to endorse any measures that may be taken with such an object in view, and to give our assistance in every way practically -"

Signed S. Haviland Secy of T. S. of Es

Moved by Mr. Heiner that the communication be read and ordered spread on the minutes and that the Sec'y be instructed to extend to the T. S. of Es. the thanks of our Association.

Carried.

On motion the secretary was ordered to have printed 500 copies of the proceedings of the convention, the roll of membership and schedule of changes.

Moved by Mr. Wahrenberger that $50.00 or so much thereof as may be necessary be appropriated to pay for printing the Proceedings, [?] and also for printing the 1000 copies of Bill Regulating the practice of Architecture, the balance of any, to be applied for incidental expenses of the Association.

Carried.

The following report was r'ced from the Executive Committee, and on motion of Mr. Tobey, was adopted and ordered expressed on the minutes: -

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