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The Board of Government has held eight meetings during the past fiscal year at which directions have been given for the many affairs necessary for the conduct of this Association. The Association appreciates the necessity of the co-operation of its members in every respect and invites suggestion and comment at all times from the members.

LIBRARY.

One of the functions of this organization, as stated in the Charter, is to collect a library on textiles, to which there have been contributions in the past. It is hoped that each member of the Association will contribute to this library a copy of any books on textiles which he may have written, and beyond that copies of other books on textiles will be gratefully received.

The library is in receipt of the following Transactions of Associations and periodicals:

American Cotton Manufacturers' Association,
American Society of Civil Engineers,
American Society of Mechanical Engineers,
American Institute of Electrical Engineers,
Boston Chamber of Commerce,
Bureau of American Republics,
Consular Reports, Bureau of Statistics,
National Association of Wool Manufacturers,
National Electric Light Association,
Western Society of Civil Engineers,

Charlotte, N. C.
New York.
New York.
New York.
Boston.
Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
Boston.
New York.
Chicago.

PERIODICALS.
American Economist,
American Textile Manufacturer,
American Industries,
American Wool and Cotton Reporter,
Boston Journal of Commerce,
Cassier's Magazine,
Cotton,
Cotton,
Daily Trade Record,

New York.
Charlotte, N. C.
New York.
Boston.
Boston.
New York.
Atlanta.
Manchester, Eng.
New York.

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Dry Goods Economist,

New York. Electrocraft,

Detroit. Engineer,

Chicago. Engineering News,

New York. Engineering Record,

New York. Fibre and Fabric,

Boston. Iron Age,

New York. Journal of the Franklin Institute,

Philadelphia. Journal of the Municipal School of Technology, Manchester, Eng. Lowell Textile Journal,

Lowell, Mass. Machinery,

New York. Manufacturer,

Philadelphia Manufacturers' Record,

Baltimore. Mill and Shop,

Boston. National Electrical Contractor,

Utica.
National Civic Federation Review,

New York.
New England Shoe and Leather Association
Monthly Gazette,

Boston.
New York Commercial,

New York. Posselt's Textile Journal,

Philadelphia. Power,

New York. Practical Engineer,

Philadelphia. Protectionist,

Boston. Railway and Marine News,

Seattle, Wash. Technical World,

Chicago. Textile American,

Boston. Textile Manufacturers' Journal,

New York. Textile Recorder,

Manchester, Eng. Textile World Record,

Boston.
Valve World,

Chicago.
Respectfully submitted,

C. J. H. WOODBURY,

Secretary.

April 16, 1908.

On motion of Mr. HAVEN C. PERHAM, seconded by Mr. CHARLES H. FISH, the report of the Secretary was accepted and ordered placed on file.

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April 20, 1865, Boston, Mass.
July 19, 1865, Adjourned Meeting
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Oct. 21, 1868, Adjourned Meeting
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Sept. 27-28, 1894, Crawford House, N. H.
April 24-25, 1895, Providence, R. I.
Oct. 24-25, 1895, Atlanta, Ga.
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Sept. 22 -24, 1896, Profile, House, N. H.
April 28–29, 1897, Boston, Mass.
Oct. 27–28, 1897, Philadelphia, Pa.
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Sept. 27-29, 1898, Crawford House, N. H.
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5- 6, 1899, Montreal, P. Q.
April 25--26, 1900, Boston, Mass.
Oct. 16-18, 1900, Washington, D. C.
April 24-25, 1901, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 25--26, 1901, Niagara Falls.
April 23–24, 1902, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1902, New York
April 22 -23, 1903, Boston, Mass.
Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1903, Lenox, Mass.
April 27-28, 1904, Boston, Mass. .
Sept. 21 -22, 1904, Bretton Woods, N. H.
April 26–27, 1905, Boston, Mass. .
Sept. 20—21, 1905, Atlantic City, N. J.
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TREASURER'S REPORT.

C. J. H. WOODBURY, TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE NATIONAL

ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS.

April 1, 1907 to April 1, 1908.

DEBTORS.

74 82

Cash,

$339 30 Active membership dues,

3,475 00 Associate membership dues,

1,810 00 Active admission fees,

940 00 Associate admission fees,

525 00 Interest, * Sale of Transactions,

414 05 Telephone,

3 70 Advertising,

1,058 oo International Conference of Cotton Growers and Manufacturers,

502 27 Loan (less discount)

1,494 50
Tickets and Subscriptions to Annual Banquet, 442 25
Engraving,
Lunch to Foreign Cotton Mfrs. at Washington, 388 00

$11,469 09

2 20

CREDITORS.

Board of Government,

$430 33 Office rent,

399 96 Secretary and Treasurer,

$2,000 02 Reports of meetings,

169 82 Notices and stationery, Amount forward,

$3,330 99 *In addition, the interest on the Savings Bank Book accrued, but not drawn, amounts to $76.42

330 86

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