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" The object of this institute is, as stated in its constitution, " the promotion and encouragement of manufactures, and the mechanic and useful arts, by the establishment of popular lectures on the sciences connected with them ; by the formation of a cabinet... "
Philadelphia in 1824: Or, a Brief Account of the Various Institutions and ... - Page 102
1824 - 254 pages
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Laws enacted in the general assembly of the commonwealth

1823
...further enacted by the aiitKority aforesaid, Qf m4tnj,ers. That the members of the said corporation shall consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans and persons friendly to the mechanic arts; they shall pay such sum annually, or in gross,' as Shall be required by the by-laws of the said corporation,...
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Philadelphia in 1824; Or, a Brief Account of the Various Institutions and ...

1824 - 238 pages
...life and character furnish a noble model for American mechanics. The object of this institute is, as stated in its constitution, " the promotion and encouragement...a recording secretary, a corresponding secretary, atreasurer, and twentyfour managers, chosen annually. Two-thirds of the managers must be manufacturers...
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The Technical repository, by T. Gill, Volume 8

Thomas Gill (patent-agent) - 1826
...them, and by such other means as they may judge expedient." . , _ ' The members of the Institute are to consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans, and persons friendly to the mechanic arts ; and stated meetings are to be held quarterly. i The officers' for the year 1825 are — James Ronald...
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Philadelphia in 1830-1, Or, A Brief Account of the Various Institutions and ...

1830 - 288 pages
...of this Society and its several branches. Franklin Institute. The object of this institution is, as stated in its constitution, " the promotion and encouragement...officers are, a president, two vice-presidents, a re-' cording secretary, a corresponding secretary, a treasurer, and twenty-four managers, chosen annually....
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American Educational Year-book

1858
...of the Institute, scientific discussions are conducted, and inventions are examined and explained. The members of the Institute consist of "manufacturers,...artisans, and persons friendly to the Mechanic Arts." Each member pays an annual contribution of three dollars, or twenty-five dollars for life, — and...
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The Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the ...

1895 - 103 pages
...by all such measures as they may judge expedient. SECT. 4. The members of the said corporation shall consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans, and persons friendly to the mechanic arts, and of such stockholders in said corporation as may, by the by-laws, be entitled to the privileges...
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Art and Industry: (1897) Industrial and technical training in voluntary ...

United States. Office of Education, Isaac Edwards Clarke - 1897
...Section 4 of the charter thus defines the membership : SEC. 4. The members of the said corporation shall consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans, and persons friendly to the mechanic arts, and of such stockholders in said corporation as may, by the by-laws, be entitled to the privileges...
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Yearbook

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1912
...by all such measures as they may judge expedient. SEC. 4. The members of the said corporation shall consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans, and persons friendly to the mechanic arts, and of such stockholders in said corporation as may, by the By-Laws, be entitled to the privileges...
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Systems Development and Management: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Military Operations Subcommittee - 1962
...And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the members of the said corporation shall consist of manufacturers, mechanics, artisans and persons friendly to the mechanic arts ; they shall pay such sum annually, or in gross, as shall be required by the bylaws of the said corporation,...
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Minding the Machine: Languages of Class in Early Industrial America

Stephen P. Rice - 2004 - 243 pages
...eligible to membership." The constitution of the Franklin Institute stipulated that members "shall consist of Manufacturers, Mechanics, Artisans, and persons friendly to the Mechanic Arts," the last designation opening membership to anyone, regardless of occupation. Other institutes were...
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