Chemical Literature, Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 1972 Page: 2
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REPRINT PROGRAM: Reprints of pre-1958 issues are now available
with English Marginal Notes and Bilingual Table of Contents. Recently
reprinted volumes: Nitrogen 1-4, Sulfur A 1, 2, B 1, Polonium, Sodium,
Potassium Supplement, Ammonium 1, Actinium, Protactinium, Cobalt
A 1, Iron F II 1.
Dr. Broome, Chairman of the Bylaws Committee,
presented a detailed report onthe proposed amendments.
The amendment permitting reduction of dues
for members with emeritus status should be announced
in the ACS news section of C & E N. The Committee's
discussion of the latest date for appointing the Nominating
Committee led to a motion to replace Bylaw V,
section 2 (b) to the effect that the Nominating Committee
shall be appointed by February 1 of each year.
The motion was passed and the amended report of the
Bylaws Committee was accepted. Members of the
Division will be asked to vote on the changes by mail
ballot to be printed in a special fall issue of Chemical
Dr. James Rush, Chairman of the Long-Range
Planning Committee, restated the important points of
the report given at the spring meeting, emphasizing
interest in short courses or workshops and recommending
that a short course on management of information
systems be offered at the New York meeting
next fall. Dr. Rush, who is also Editor of Chemical
Literature, stated that there was no official report for
the Bulletin Committee at this time.
In the absence of Mrs. Margaret Graham, Dr.
Rush reported for the Audiovisual Committee, now re
named the Continuing Education Committee. The Executive
Committee seemed to feel that preparation of
audiovisual materials was too much for the Division
to undertake. The Continuing Education Committee
was requested to come up with recommendations for
alternative projects that the Division might undertake
Dr. Carleton Conrad reported that Information
Science Abstracts Board continues to work on improving
the timeliness of abstracts and expects that issuing
the publication itself more currently will help in this
regard. Index to volume 6 will appear in volume 7,
number 1. ISA had 1063 paid subscriptions on August
31, 1971. The ACM will join as a sponsoring organization
of Information Science Abstracts.
At the invitation of the Executive Committee,
Mr. Bart Holm and Mrs. Madeline Berry Henderson
were present to discuss the ACS Conference Center
concept and our possible use of the conference facilities
in the early future. The question was asked: "Does
DCL want to plan a Gordon Research-type conference?"
Bart Holm recommended against this approach. Though
research results are presented and discussed at Gordon
conferences, they are not published. ACS conferences
would produce publishable papers. After some discus
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