The National Engineer, Volume 9
National Association of Power Engineers, 1905 - Steam engineering
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Page 13 - Every radiotelegraph operator who shall receive a license shall, when employed upon any vessel, within forty-eight hours after going on duty, place his certificate of license, which shall be framed under glass, in some conspicuous place in such vessel, where it can be seen by passengers and others at all times: Provided, That in case of emergency such...
Page 13 - ... that he will faithfully and honestly, according to his best skill and judgment, without concealment or reservation, perform all the duties required of him by law.
Page 13 - Whenever any person applies for authority to perform the duties of engineer of any steam vessel, the inspectors shall examine the applicant as to his knowledge of steam machinery and his experience as an engineer, and also the proofs which he produces in support of his claim; and if, upon full consideration...
Page 13 - The local boards of inspectors shall investigate all acts of incompetency or misconduct committed by any licensed officer while acting under the authority of his license, and shall have power to summon before them any witnesses within their respective districts, and compel their attendance by a similar process as in the United States circuit or district courts; and they may administer all necessary oaths to any...
Page 26 - any project or enterprise that will interfere with perfect harmony between them. Neither shall it be used for political or religious purposes. Its meetings shall be devoted to the business of the Association, and at all times preference shall be given to the education of engineers, and to securing the enactment of engineers...
Page 14 - ... shall, on conviction thereof, be punished, by fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment, not exceeding three months, or both, according to the nature and aggravation of the offence.
Page 68 - RAILROAD New York to Chicago The Erie Railroad System's Industrial Department has all the territory traversed by the railroad districted in relation to resources, markets and advantages for manufacturing...
Page 13 - ... satisfied that his character, habits of life, knowledge, and experience, in the duties of an engineer are all such as to authorize the belief that he is a suitable and safe person to be intrusted with the powers and duties of such a station...
Page 14 - ... and he shall further be liable to the grantee of any instrument so recorded for the amount of damages sustained, to be recovered in an action for debt in any court of this state.
Page 16 - He shall give bonds in the sum of two thousand dollars with sureties to be approved by the governor, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office, and take the oath prescribed bylaw.