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II. Minutes

A certified copy of the minutes of the business transactions of the annual meeting, excepting official documents, shall be posted by the General Secretary on the official bulletin board at least three hours before the final meeting of each annual session, in order that the said minutes may be corrected by the Conference, if any question of accuracy be raised before adjournment.

12. Local Arrangements

All local arrangements for the annual meeting shall be subject to the approval of the Executive Committee of the Conference.

13. Nomination and Election of Officers

1. The nominating committee shall have the function of nominating one or more persons for each of the offices of President, First Vice-President, Second Vice-President, and Third VicePresident, and at least twice as many persons for members of the Executive Committee as there are vacancies occurring in that body.

2. Suggestions of names of persons for any of these positions may be submitted to the nominating committee by any members of the Conference at any time following the committee's . appointment and up to the time of the committee's announcement of the list of nominations.

3. Within ninety days of its appointment, the nominating committee shall, through the Bulletin, solicit suggestions of names of persons for the offices to be filled, and shall renew such solicitation in each succeeding Bulletin up to the time of announcing the list of nominations. The committee shall appoint a place at or near headquarters on the second day of the annual meeting and shall announce the same, at which suggestions for nominations shall be received by them up to 1:15 P.M. of the third day of the annual meeting.

4. After taking into consideration the names suggested by the Conference members, but not necessarily confining their consideration to these names, the committee shall draw up a list of nominations as previously specified, and the same shall be announced at the general session on the evening of the third day of the Conference.

5. At any time either before or following the publication of these nominations, additional nominations may be made by petition of not less than twenty-five members, properly addressed to the chairman of the nominating committee. Such nominations shall be received up to one o'clock P.M. on the fourth day of the annual meeting.

6. A final list of all nominations shall be printed and published on the morning of the fifth day of the annual meeting, provided that such day shall not fall on Sunday. Should the fifth day fall on Sunday, such publication shall be made on the morning of the sixth day.

Ballots shall be supplied to all members who are entitled to vote and who present themselves for voting.

A polling place shall be established and maintained between the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. on the fifth day of the annual meeting, provided that such day shall not fall on Sunday, in which case the election shall occur on the sixth day. After the time herein specified for voting has expired the ballots shall be counted by three tellers appointed by the President and the result shall be announced at the next general session of the Conference. Election shall be decided by plurality of the votes cast.





Addams, Jane (address), 108
Adjustment of personality, 26
Adler, Herman M., M.D. (paper), 419
Administration of criminal justice, 183; of
immigration legislation, 565; of naturaliza-
tion law, 576; public officials and, 515
Administration of Criminal Justice, The,
Lindsey, 91

Administrative practice (of medicine), Com-
mittee of American Public Health Associa-
tion, appraisal form, 228

Admissions and Records in an Almshouse,
Randall, 523

Adolescent delinquents and the institution,
195; problems of more serious than those of
child, 380

Adult education, 340

Advertising Club of a city and federation
publicity, 653

Aged in Massachusetts, Proposed Measures
for Improving the Care of the, Conant, 562
Agriculture, Mexicans in Texas, 334
Aims and Problems of the Illinois Plan, Adler,
419; of the Cleveland Plan, Lowrey, 424
Aliens (see Div. X), 565

Allowances, family and living wage, 305; paid
by industry, 310

Almshouse (see also Infirmary) should be
called hospital, 564; social research in, 519
Almshouse, Admissions and Records in an,
Randall, 523

Almshouse, The Future Development of the,
Potter, 527

Amalgamated Clothing Workers' social wel-
fare activities, 345

American Association for Organizing Family
Social Work, cooperation with legal aid, 190
American Bar Association and professional
standards, 622; committee on legal aid
work, 191

American Law Institute and the social worker,

American City, A Program for, Hart, 369
American Legion's Program for Child Welfare,
The, Gorby, 151

Americanization, Community Programs and
Cooperation in, Turner, 582

America's interest in work of International
Labor Organization, 123

Anarchistic classes and immigration, 568
Annual report as publicity, 643

Appraisal form for measuring public health
work, 228, 235

Apprentices, recruiting of, for social work,

Background of a Family's Religious Life as
Social Data, The, Glenn, 259; Corbett, 265;
McHugh, 270

Baltimore City Hospitals, described, 524
Barnabas, Brother (paper), 172

Behavior (see Mental Hygiene, Psychology,
Psychiatry, Child, etc.)

Bemis, Mrs. E. W. (paper), 550
Best, one's, to be shared, 17
Bettman, Alfred (paper), 364
Bickham, Martin (paper), 657
Big Brother work, 485
Big Sister work, 485
Billikopf, Jacob (paper), 339
Binford, Jessie F. (paper), 158
Birth control opposed, 66

Bituminous Coal Problem, A Minority Report
on the, Blauvelt, 50

Blauvelt, Warren S. (paper), 50
Bliss, Paul S. (paper), 669

Boarding home plan for children, 138
Bolt, Richard A., M.D. (paper), 215

Books and scholarship needed by social work-
ers, 15; and social work publicity, 645, 672
Bowen, A. L. (paper), 554

Boyology, Brother Barnabas, 172

Boys' work, problem boys, 445; training for,

Brackett, Jeffrey R. (paper), 532
Bradway, John S. (paper), 189
Breathless habit of social workers, 12
Brown, John R. (paper), 277
Brown, Percy S. (paper), 352
Bruno, Frank J. (paper), 300
Buell, Bradley (paper,) 475
Buffalo, Negroes in industry, 323
Burgess, Ernest W. (paper), 504
Burnett, Mary Clarke (paper), 599

Cabinet, a department of health necessary?


Cabot, Richard C., M.D. (paper), II
California, Supreme Court decision on zoning,

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