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" He shall have been regularly educated as a Civil Engineer according to the usual routine of pupilage, and have had subsequent employment for at least five years in responsible situations as Resident Engineer, or otherwise, in some of the branches defined... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 4
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 32

Industrial arts - 1840
...in some of the branches denned by the charter as constituting the profession of a civil engineer j or, he shall have practised on his own account in...by regular education have done their utmost towards themselves for the profession, and that their subsequent employment in responsible situations will...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 2

Architecture - 1839
...vears in responsible situations as resident or otherwise in some of the branches defined by the chartor as constituting the profession of a civil engineer...account in the profession of a civil engineer for live years, and have acquired considerable eminence therein. It is thought that the first condition...
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THE MECHANICS' MAGAZINE,

gazette - 1840
...in some of the branches defined by the charter as constituting the profession of a civil engineer i or, he shall have practised on his own account in...by regular education have done their utmost towards themselves for the profession, and that their subsequent employment in responsible situations will...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 32

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1840
...the charter as constituting the profession of a civil engineer ; or, be (ball have practised on bis own account in the profession of a civil engineer...by regular education have done their utmost towards themselves for the profession, and that their subsequent employment in responsible situations will...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 32

1840
...charter as constituting the profession of a civil engineer ; or, he shall have practised on his oirn account in the profession of a civil engineer for...by regular education have done their utmost towards themselves for the profession, and that their subsequent employment in responsible situations will...
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The Mining Almanack for ...

1849
...of the branches defined by the Charter as constituting the profession of a Civil Engineer, or must have practised on his own account in the profession of a Civil Engineer for at least five years. Associates are persons of more than twenty-five years of age, who are not necessarily...
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The Mining Manual and Almanack for ...

1851
...of the branches defined by the charter as constituting the profession of a civil engineer, or must have practised on his own account in the profession of a civil engineer for at least five years. Associates are persons of more than twenty-five years of age, who are not necessarily...
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Description of the Line and Works of the Scinde Railway: With an Abstract of ...

Charles Manby, James Forrest - Railroads - 1863 - 48 pages
...the branches defined by the Charter as constituting the profession of a Civil Engineer : or, He must have practised on his own account in the profession of a Civil Engineer, for at least five years, and have acquired a considerable degree of eminence in the same. An ASSOCIATE...
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Charter, bye-laws, and list of members

Institution of civil engineers - 1867
...years in responsible situations as Resident Engineer, or otherwise, in some of the branches denned by the Charter as constituting the profession of a...account in the profession of a Civil Engineer, for at least five years, and have acquired a considerable degree of eminence in the same. 3. ASSOCIATES...
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Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Volume 4

Electrical engineering - 1875
...pupilage), and have had subsequent employment for at least five years in responsible situations ; " (6.) Or he shall have practised on his own account in the profession of a Telegraph Engineer for at least two years, and hare acquired a degree of eminence in the same ; " (c.)...
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