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Texas State Association of Architects Minutes and Proceedings

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Mr. J.J. Kane Pres. T.S.A.A.

Your Executive Committee report the following following resolution adopted by these: -

Whereas //left margin// This committee has rec'd [received] information of a charge of unprofssional practice on the part of Alfred Giles, therefore be it

Resolved //left margin// That Mr. Giles be and he is hereby suspended as a fellow of this Association until after his vindication of the charges now resting against him in connection with the building of the El Paso Court House.

W.C. Dodson. Chairman Ex Committee

The following resolution introduced by Mr. Heiner was endorsed and ordered spread on the minutes:

Resolved //left margin// That is be required of every Fellow of this Association to report to the Executive Committee any deviation from the schedule of charges at this Associaton by any member thereof -

On motion, a vote of thanks was tendered Mr. S.E. McIlhenry for the use of the parlors of "The Driskill" and alas to the Capitol Business College for the use of their rooms.

On motion of Mr. Dodson, the Convention adjourned sine-die.

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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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-cation and detail drawings 5 percent;

Discussions were made on the resolutions by architects Eugene T. Heiner, Sam P. Herbert and W. W. Larmour, who favored the same, and Nat'l Tobey, W. H. Trundall, W. C. Dodson and A. O. Watson against resolution.

Motion by W. C. Dodson seconded by Nat'l Tobey that the resolution be referred to the the ecevutive committee for their consideration and that they report the same back to the convention with such recommendations or alterations or additions before the final adjournment of the convention. Carried.

An invitation received from Messers. Bering Bros to visit their extensive manfufactory was read and thanks returned.

Moved by Nat'l Tobey to adjourn to 9.30 A.M. Wednesday, Januart 18th. Motion prevailed.

Wednesday Morning Session

The convention was called to order at 10.30 A.M. President J. J. Kane in the chair.

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Section 10 Adopted. Section 11 Amended to read after the word buildings _" or presenting plans Competition," and adopted,

Section 12 was adopted after amending as follows: " Nor shall The penalties of this act apply to well Known Architects of other States, who may visit our State for temporary competition on public or private buildings, in person, and in case any work may be awaded to such an Architect, he shall be com-petlled to procure a license to practice, The same as other licensed Architects of The State, in case he remains or intends to superintend such work. In case such Architects fail to take out such license he shall be liable to all the fines and penalties of this act,

Upon The recommendation of President J. J. Kane, the Secretary was instructed to read The act as amended and revised,

An Act

To regulated the practice of Architecture in The State of Texas. _

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