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action until after the report of the committee on constitution bylaws. -

Moved and carried that the secretary read the bill as framed by the W.A.A. to regulate the practice of architects in various states and also a paper on architect's protective association.

Moved by J N Preston and seconded by N. Tobey that the Com. to procure charter be also empowered to provide a suitable seal.

Moved and carried that the Convention stand adjourned tomorrow morning until 9:30

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Committee No. 1 - [Mssrs.] J. and W.W. Larmour, and N. Tobey. No. 2 - [Mssrs.] Dodson, Heiner and Clayton.

A recess was taken to allow the committees to report.

Conm. No. 1 reported:

For President - J. J. Kane - Fort Worth " 1st Vice " J. W. Preston, Austin " 2nd " " Nathaniel Tobey, Galveston " Secretary S. A. J. Preston, Austin " Treasurer W. W. Larmour, Waco

Board of Trustees

E. J. Heiner - Houston, chairman W. C. Dodson - Waco J. Wahrenberger San Antonio John Andrewartha - Austin

{Place of next meeting - Houston}

Committee No. 1 reported:

For President - J. J. Kane - Fort Worth " 1st Vice " J. W. Preston, Austin " 2nd " " Nathaniel Tobey, Galveston " Secretary S. A. J. Preston, Austin " Treasurer W. W., Larmour, Waco

Board of Trustees

W. C. Dodson, Waco - chairman E. J. Heiner - Houston N. J. Clayton - Galveston J. Wahrenberger. San Antonio J. Larmour Austin.

On motion of Mr. Preston, the secretary was instructed to cast one ballot for the first five officers in report [?] and the officers were declared elected.

The secretary was also instructed to cast one ballot for each of the

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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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The committee also report that our secretary, S. A. J. Preston, has removed his residence to Los Angeles, Cal. and that through some inadvertance our minutes, papers, seal [?] were sent to him at the place. As soon as the fact was known the Executive Committe wrote to Mr. Preston for all property belonging to the Association and have received everything except the impresssion seal and the copy of Roberts Rules of Order, which we are assured will be sent at once.

We also report that our legislative bill, which was presented to the twentieth legislature, was defeated, and we recommend that a new bill be formulated with all offensive features eliminated and the same be presented to our association at its next annual meeting for [?] and perfection, with the view of its presentation to the twenty-first legislature.

Respectfully, W. C. Dodson Ch'm Ex. Com.

The report of S. A. J. Preston was referred to the Auditing Committee.

The Executive Committee reported favorably to the resolution

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offered by architect E. J. Heiner in reference to the schedule of charges.

On material of architect E. J. Heiner that the amendment be adopted, a lively discussion arose by all members present, and upon calling the roll, a tie vote was declared. The president voting in the affirmative the amendment was adopted.

The Auditing Committee upon the report of secretary Preston recommended that secretary Larmour inform him of his error in his report.

The committee on the amendments and revision of the constitution and by-laws reported that on account of the absence of one of the committee that they be allowed further time.

Mr. W. C. Dodson moved that the report of the committee on amending the constitution and by-laws be received and that the committee be continued and president J. J. Kane fill the place of Mr. Nixon on said committee, to report at our next regular meeting - Carried.

Moved by W. W. Larmour, that

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