Chemical Literature, Volume 5, Number 2, Summer 1953 Page: 1
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News Bulletin of the ACS Division of Chemical Literature
FALL MEETING PLANS TAKE SHAPE
Those who attend the Fall Meeting sessions of the Division
of Chemical Literature in Chicago will be presented
with the largest array of symposia and papers in the
;, history of Division meetings. Nine half-day sessions
:have been planned, probably running from Monday morn5ing
through Friday morning, September 7-11.
REPORTS AND EQUIPMENT
On Tuesday, for most of the day, there will be presented
a Symposium on The Research Report, Its Functions,
Preparation, Distribution, and Use, under the
chairmanship of B. H. Well of the Ethyl Corporation Research
and Engineering Department. For Wednesday is
scheduled a full-day Symposium on Equipment for the
_:Preparation, Reproduction, and Utilization of Technical
Information, to be chairmanned by M. P. Doss of The
; In connection with these symposia, an exhibit demonstrating
the pertinent equipment will be held in the ex;osition
hall of the Palmer House, open on Wednesday
6io those attending the symposia, on Thursday to other
registrants, and on Friday to others invited by the
yxhibitors;- it will not be open to the public. Over 100
exhibitors are expected to participate.
On Thursday there will be a full-day Symposium on the
tterature of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry,
Fart I, under the chairmanship of H. T. Bonnett of Ciba
jinarmaceutical Products, Inc.; this will be sponsored
jointly with the Division of Medicinal Chemistry.
Continued on page 11
BYLAWS REVISION BALLOT
[Only Members (Not Associates) May Vote]
,. To be valid, this ballot must be signed by the Member
:<' and mailed so as to be received by the Secretary not
*f later than July 1, 1953. Please mail to: Mrs. Lorna F.
q Lederman, Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Liter;
ature, 4505 Rosemary Avenue, Dayton 5, Ohio.
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] Approve Revised Bylaws
] Disapprove Revision
B. H. Weil .... ...... .. .. ..... Editor
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
J. W. Perry ..................... Associate Editor
Bjorksten Research Laboratories
John C. Lane .................... Assistant Editor
Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station
Madeline M. Berry ............... Business Manager
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Patricia L. Brown .............. Advertising Manager
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
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M. M. Gill, Frances Jenkins, A. B. Johnson, Alien Kent,
Melville Ravely, Gertrude Schutze, Lois M. Skinner,
Julian F. Smith, Sidney E. Winn
Robert S. Casey, E. J. Crane, Norman C. Hill, Julian F. Smith
Published quarterly by the Division of Chemical Literature of the
American Chemical Society. Editorial and advertising office: Ethyl
Corporation Research Laboratories, 1600 West Eight Mile Road,
Ferndale 20, Detroit, Michigan. Publication office: Georgia Tech
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Georgia. Subscription price to Division members and associates (part
of $1 and $2 per year dues, respectively), $0.30 per year. Entered as
second-class matter at the post office in Atlanta, Georgia. Acceptance
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for by Section 34.40,
Postal Laws and Regulations.
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PROPOSED REVISION OF BYLAWS
In this issue of Chemical Literature, members will find a
"Proposed Revision of the Bylaws of the Division of
Chemical Literature" which was prepared by the Committee
on Revision of the Bylaws, submitted to the Executive
Committee at the Los Angeles Meeting, and adopted
by that committee in its present form. Members are herewith
requested to study this version and to vote on its
adoption, using the ballot which appears in the opposite
column on this page.
The chairman of the Committee on Revision of the Bylaws,
Robert S. Casey, reports that one reason for revising
the Bylaws adopted in 1945 "was to bring about
simplification of certain procedures, eliminating numerous
complications which served no useful purpose and which
were undulyburdensome to the secretary and various other
officers and committees. The present version has been
made much simpler, and it was the aim to provide a
framework for orderly procedure and to assure the rights
of the members and democratic processes.
"Another reason for changing the Bylaws was to clarify
a matter regarding membership or associateship in the
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