Upon such report a Jctive members may be admitted, if they obtain a majority of votes of the members present and voting therefor, by acceptance in writing, and paying an admission fee of ten dollars, and maintaining their membership by the payment of an annual assessment not exceeding ten dollars.
Any person who is actively engaged as President, Treasurer, Agent, Superintendent or Manager in the manufacture, printing or finishing of cottons shall be eligible for active membership. Provided^ that in case the Board shall decide to report adversely upon any nomination, the member who shall have made it shall be informed of the intention so to report, in order that he may have an opportunity to withdraw the name.
Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. Bakrv, Printer 1895- Bntxrbd according to Act of Congress IN THB Year 1895 By THB Nbw England Cotton Manufacturers' Association, In THB Office of The Librarian of Congress AT Washington.
Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. By vote of the Board of Government, the price of the Transactions is ^5.00 per copy for non-members, and 50 cents per copy for members for extra copies, in addi- tion to the one to which they are entitled as a part of the privilege of membership.
At the annual meeting in each year he shall make an exhibit of his accounts, or oftener if the Board of Government require it. Any member may withdraw from the Association upon payment of all arrearages, first giving notice of his intention so to do, in writing, to the Secretary, and the Board of Government may accept such resignation ; and any Aember may be expelled for cause. Persons engaged in the manufacture of cotton or cot- ton fabrics, or the manufacture of textile machinery, or industries kin- dred to the cotton manufacture, may become associate members of the Association. Any member fail- ing to pay two successive assessments shall cease to be a member at the end of six months from the date when such second assessment shall become due. Palfrey, 1880-83 1881-83 1881-85 1881-85 1882-83 1883-86 1883-86 1883-87 1883-86 1885-91 1885-88 1886-88 1886-91 1886-89 1887-90 E. KNIGHT, 1895 1888-92 1888-95 1889-92 1890-95 1891-94 ^891-93 1892-95 1892-95 1893-95 auditors.