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a high and honorable place with its sister states associations, by making and enforcing just and honorable rules for the guidance and practice of its members, and to be ever ready to exert our best efforts to elevate the profession to which we belong.

On motion of W. C. Dodson, of Waco, seconded by Eugene J. Heiner of Houston, it was resolved - that the thanks of the association be tendered President Kane for his able address, and that the address be spread upon the minutes and published in the next annual report in full.

Moved by W. C. Dodson that the reading of the minutes of the last meeting be dispensed with, as each member of the association was in possession of a printed of the last minutes. The motion prevailed.

The report of the Executive Committee admitted the following architects as members of the association,

A. B. Bristol, Dallas Cortez Clark, Dallas Guy M. Tozer, Dallas

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Albert Ullrich, Dallas George W. Stewart, Dallas A. O. Watson, Austin George E. Dickey, Houston

The treasurer, W. W. Larmour of Waco, submitted the following report.

To the Texas State Association of Architects:

Gentlemen - Herewith the treasurer presents this report for the year ending January 17th 1888:

Balnaces on hand from last report. January 19th 1887 ...... $80.50 Membership fees & annual dues 95.00 $175.50

By order certified by J. J. Kane $50.00 Balance in hands of treasurer 125.50 $175.50

Referred to the Auditing Committee

Roll of members in good standing

John Adrewartha Austin A. B. Bristol Dallas Albert F. Beckman San Antonio N. J. Clayton Galveston Cortez Clark Waco W. C. Dodson Waco George E. Dickey Houston W. W. Dudley Waco Alfred Giles San Antonio

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E. J. Heiner Houston Sam. P. Herbert Waco J. J. Kane Fort Worth F. W. Kane Fort Worth J. Larmour Austin W. W. Larmour Waco S. A. J. Preston Austin J. N. Preston Austin Oscar Ruffini San Angelo Nat'l Tobey Dallas W. H. Tyndall Galveston Guy M. Tozer Dallas George W. Stewart Dallas Albert Ullrich Dallas Jas. Wahrenberger San Antonio A. O. Watson Austin

The following resolutions was offered by Eugene T. Heiner:

Resolved. That the schedule of changes be so changed that hereafter they shall be as follows: -

For free professional services (including supervision) 5 percent, upont the cost of the work, except for such work as hereinafter otherwise mentioned. For dwellings or resident buildings of all work costing less than $5000, 7 percent, divided as follws: for preliminary studies 1 1/2 percent; for preliminary studies, general drawings, specifications, 4 percent, for preliminary studies, general drawing, speci-

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as other licensed architects, of the state, in case he remains or intends to superinted such work. In case such architect fails to take out such license, he shall be liable to all the fines and penalties of this act.

On motion of Nat'l Tobey the convention adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock P.M.

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Wednesday - Afternoon Session

The convention was called to order by the president at 2 P.M.

The auditing committe reported the statement of the treasurer correct, and on motion of E. J. Heiner the report was received.

To the Texas State Association of Architects:

At a session of the Executive Committee, held at Houston, January 17th 1888, the following architects were admitted fellows of this Association - viz:

A. B. Bristol, Dallas, Cortez Clark, Dallas, A. O. Watson, Austin, [Gary?] M. Tozer, Dallas, Albert Ullrich, Dallas, George W. Stewart, Dallas, George E. Dickey, Houston,

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we now proceed with the election of officers for the ensuing year and the place of meeting and that the president appoint a committee of three members to nominate the officers.

The president appointed architects Heiner, Tobey, and Tyndall committee on nominations.

The committee reported the following members for nomination;

President, W. C. Dodson, Waco

First-Vice President James Wahrenberger San Antonio

Second-Vice President Cortez Clark, Dallas

Executive Committee _ J. J. Kane Fort Worth. Chairman, Nat'l Tobey, Dallas. A. O. Watson, Austin, W. H. Tyndall, Galveston, S. P. _ Herbert, Waco. _

Secretary, W. W. Larmour. Waco

Treasurer, E. J. Heiner, Houston

The report of the committee was received and the secretary was insturcted to cast one ballot for each of the officers.

On motion of E. J. Heiner the ballot was declared unanimous.

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