AUTOBIOGR.APHY OF JOHN FRITZ
after providing for the artist's fees and other expenditures, left a balance of about 84,000 as a permanent fund, the interest on which is adequate for the annual purchase of the gold medal. A brief memorandum by the treasurer will be found in this pamphlet.
The general scope of the memorial is indicated by the following rules adopted for the award of the medal:
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PROPOSED RULES FOR THE AWARD OF THE. JOHN FRITZ MEDAL.
1. — The John Fritz Medal was established by the pro¬ fessional associates and friends of John Fritz of Bethlehem, Pa., U. S. A., August 21, 1902, his eightieth birthday, to perpetuate the memory of his achievements in industrial progress.
2. — The medal shall be awarded for notable scientific or industrial achievement. There shall be no restriction on account of nationality or sex.
3. — The medal shall be of gold and shall be accompanied by an engraved certificate, which shall recite the origin of the medal and the specific achievement for which the award