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C. J. H. WOODBURY,
FRANK F. WOOLLEY.
WILLIAM I. WOODWARD,
W. H. K. ABBOTT, Waterville, Me.
E. H. ALDRICH. Taunton, Mass.
F. S. BABCOCK, Lynn, Mass.
E. G. BAILEY, Boston, Mass.
E. D. BANCROFT, Boston, Mass.
C. E. BLAIR, Boston, Mass.
W. S. BOLLOCH, New York, N. Y.
EDMUND CARRINGTON, New York, N. Y.
F. L. CHASE, Providence, R. I.
J. T. CHIDSEY, Bristol, Conn.
J. E. CLAIR, Chicago, Ill.
ALBERT CLARKE, Boston, Mass.
HENRY CLEWS, New York, N. Y.
ALEXANDER CORBITT, Boston, Mass.
WILLIAM P. COTHARIN, New York, N. Y.
W. J. CUTLER, Boston, Mass.
W. J. CURIT, Boston, Mass.
M. A. DARY, Taunton, Mass.
B. W. Dow, Boston, Mass.
O. C. DussoSSOIT, Boston, Mass.
RICHARD E. EVANS, New Hartford, N. Y.
H. S. FAIRCLOUGH, Boston, Mass.
R. FISHER, Springfield, Mass.
E. D. HAGUE, Boston, Mass.
Rev. FREDERICK W. HAMILTON, Tufts College, Mass.
A. E. HAMMOND, New Bedford, Mass.
HAROLD C. HANSEN, New York, N. Y.
F. R. HARDENBURGH, Boston, Mass.
J. FRED HARVEY, Lowell, Mass.
N. HATCH, Albany, N. Y.
F. D. HEATH, Boston, Mass.
WILLIAM CARROLL HILL, Boston, Mass.
GEORGE C. HOUGHTON, Boston, Mass.
F. HOWE, Providence, R. I.
E. M. JOHNSON, Providence, R. I.
F. R. Low, New York, City,
R. E. MCCAUSLAND, Boston, Mass.
ARTHUR W. NEWELL, Providence, R. I.
L. S. NEWELL, Boston, Mass.
C. F. NEWMAN, Boston, Mass.
E. NOBLE, Boston, Mass.
ARTHUR A. NOYES, Boston, Mass.
F. W. O'BRIEN, Boston, Mass.
RALPH S. POTTER, Pawtucket, R. I.
M. R. WHITE, New York, City.
F. H. WILLIARD, Worcester, Mass.
A. S. WINSLOw, Spartenburg, S. C.
CHARLES A. G. WINTHER, Boston, Mass.
JAMES WOOD, Boston, Mass.
GEORGE A. YEO, Boston, Mass.
And others, as many guests as did not register.
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1908.
The Association met in Huntington Hall, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., at II A. M., the President, Mr. WILLIAM D. HARTSHORNE, in the chair.
The PRESIDENT. The hour has arrived, gentlemen, for which this meeting was called. If you will please come to order the Secretary will read the call.
The Secretary read the call for the meeting, as follows:
To the Members:
BOSTON, MASS, April 1, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the stated Annual Meeting of this Association will be held at Boston, Mass., Thursday and Friday, April 16 and 17, 1908.
The sessions will be held in Huntington Hall of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 491 Boylston Street, Boston. The building can be reached by taking the elevated railway to the Park Street Station in the Subway, and changing there to any street car going south.
The sessions will be called to order on Thursday at 11 A. M., and 2 P. M.; on Friday at 10 A. M. and 2 P. M.
His Honor, EBEN S. DRAPER, Lieutenant-Governor, Acting-Governor, will welcome to the Commonwealth this Association, of which he is a member.
In addition to papers by members, addresses will be given during the sessions on invitation of the Board of Government, by ARTHUR A. NOYES, Ph.D., acting-President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Hon. JAMES LOGAN, Mayor of Worcester, Mass.; WILLIAM B. WEEDEN, Providence, R. I.; WILLIAM HOWORTH, Esq., Bolton, England; E. G. BAILEY, Esq., Boston, Mass.; ROBERT J. HOGUet, Esq., New York; JOHN W. NASMITH, Esq., Manchester, England; and F. G. SCHELL, Esq., Lake Butler, Florida.
Thursday evening will be devoted to a Banquet at Hotel Brunswick at 6 o'clock for 6.30 P. M. The occasion will be entirely informal as to dress. Addresses are expected from a number of excellent speakers, among whom are His Honor GEORGE A. HIBBARD, Mayor of Boston; HENRY CLEWS, LL. D., N. Y.; Rev. FREDERICK W. HAMILTON, D. D., LL. D., President Tuft's College; Hon. HARVEY N. SHEPARD, Boston; WILLIAM WHITMAN, Esq., Boston, Mass. Music will be furnished by Keene's orchestra.
Members can obtain tickets for themselves and their guests at four dollars each before 10 o'clock on the day of the dinner by application to the Association, Post Office Box 3672, Boston, Mass.
The seats will be numbered and reservations will be made in the order of application, which can be made at any time to the Association. As the Association does not keep an open account on the matter of the dinner, checks should accompany the orders for seats.
Candidates for membership can obtain tickets the same as members, but tickets for non-members must be obtained on their behalf by those members of whom they are personal guests.
The general arrangements will be in charge of NATHANIEL F. AYER, Chairman; ALBERT FARWELL BEMIS, ARTHUR T. BRADLEE, George B. MORISON, GEORGE W. ST. AMANT, JAMES P. TOLMAN.
The bills for dues for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 1908, are enclosed herewith.
By order of the Board of Government,
C. J. H. WOODBURY,
The full programme will not be issued until the meeting, but papers