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The Profession of Structural Engineering and Some of its Problems

Gentlemen,-On this, the first ordinary general meeting of your Institution at which I have the honour to serve as your President, I desire firstly to thank you for the honour you have given me in making me, for one year, your President, and secondly to say how sensible I am of my inadequacy to fulfil the duties which devolve upon me. However, I promise you I shall do my best to serve and shaall appreciate all the help which is available from every quarter. Oscar Faber