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Michigan Gas Association
Nineteenth Annual Meeting
on board steamer
B. O. TIPPY, PRESIDENT,
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
John J. Knight,
MICHIGAN GAS ASSOCIATION MEETINGS.
First (organized) ............1893 Kalamazoo.
......1894 Grand Rapids. Third ...
.....1895 Saginaw. Fourth.
.1896 Jackson. Fifth
.1897 Ann Arbor. Sixth
..1898 Pt. Huron. Seventh
.1899 Lansing. Eighth
..1900 Detroit. Ninth
..1901 Grand Rapids. Tenth .....
.....1902 Kalamazoo. Eleventh .....
...1903 Battle Creek. Twelfth
....1904 Saginaw. Thirteenth ....
...1905 Jackson. Fourteenth
.....1905 Detroit. Fifteenth ..... ....... 1906 Grand Rapids. Sixteenth .....
.....1907 Battle Creek. Seventeenth ... .......1908 Kalamazoo. Eighteenth
.......1909 Aboard Boat, “Soo.". Nineteenth ... .......1910 Aboard Boat, Georgian Bay.
WORK DONE BY HOLDERS OF MICHIGAN GAS AS
SOCIATION FELLOWSHIP AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Herman Russell, 00-01–Relation of Heating and Illuminating Values of Gases, Especially as Applied to Incandescent Mantles.
A. F. Traver, 01-02—The Theory of the Incandescent Mantle.
M. E. Mueller, 02-03–Loss of Illuminating Power of Mantles While Burning.
Samuel Ball, 03-04-Ist paper, Removal of Napthalene from Coal Gas.
David H. Clary, 04-05-2nd paper, Removal of Napthalene from Coal Gas.
Joel M. Barnes, 05-063rd paper, Removal of Napthalene from Coal Gas.
Fred E. Park, 06-07—Ist paper, Studies in the Manufacture of Coal Gas.
John H. Wyman, 07-08-2nd paper, Studies in the Manufacture of Coal Gas.
Wm. A. Dunkley, 08-09-Destructive Distillation of Coal at Low Temperatures.
B. M. Ferguson, 09-10_Constants and Variables in the Destructive Distillation of Coal.
First Day's Proceedings 19th Annual Meeting of the
Michigan Gas Association
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910, 2:30 P. M.
Mr. Alonzo P. Ewing, the Vice-President, called the meeting to order and announced that owing to an accident at the Grand Rapids plant, our President, B. O. Tippy, was unable to be with us on the trip.
The Secretary having explained that all members in attendance were enrolled at the purser's window, he suggested that inasmuch as considerable time would be taken up in calling the roll, it be dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Traver duly seconded, the calling of the roll was dispensed with.
The minutes and proceedings of the last annual meeting having been printed, bound in book form and distributed to all members, on motion of Mr. Butterworth their reading was dispensed
The Secretary presented the report of the executive committee as follows:
REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 1910. By the decision of the last meeting of our Association, the time and place of the 1910 meeting was left to the judgment of your executive committee with the recommendation that, if practicable, it be held on board boat and with the alternative that Bay City be favorably considered as a meeting place if held ashore.