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1. Permanent Committee on Weights, Measures and Coinage.
F. A. P. BARNARD, of New York, WILLIAM B. ROGERS, of Boston, B. A. GOULD, of Boston,
J. LAWRENCE SMITH, of Louisville, J. E. HILGARD, of Washington, E. B. Elliott, of Washington, H. A. NEWTON, of New Haven, JOIN TROWBRIDGE, of Cambridge,
A. M. MAYER, of Hoboken.
2. Committee to Memorialize the Legislature of New York for a Nero
Survey of Niagara Falls.
F. A. P. BARNARD, of New York,
G. W. HOLLEY, of Niagara Falls,
3. Committee on the Relation of Science to the Industrial Arts.
R. H. THURSTOX, of Hoboken, J. T. WILDER, of Chattanooga, J. M. SAFFORD, of Naslıville,
0. CHANUTE, of New York, J. W. OSBORNE, of Washington.
Committee to obtain Permanent Funds for the Association, anillo alrise
with Treasurer and Permanent Secretary on financial matlers.
WILLIAM B ROGERS, of Boston, Lewis H. MORGAX, of Rochester, J. LAWRENCE Syith, of Louisville, ALEXANDER AGASSIZ, of Cambridge,
ROBERT H. Tuurstox, of Hoboken. (xiv)
J. S. NEWBERRY, of New York, J. D. Dana, of New Haven,
The GENERAL SECRETARY,
Committee on the best methods of Science Teaching in the Public
E. L. YOUMAXS, of New York,
J. W. Powell, of Washington,
7. Committee on the Registration of Deaths, Births, and Marriages.
E. B. ELLIOTT, of Washington,
F. B. Hough, of Lowville,
8. Committee on Standard Time.
OrvoxD Sroxe, of Mt. Lookout, LEWIS Boss, of Albany,
H. S. PRITCHETT, of Glasgow.
9. Committee on Stellar Magnitudes.
E. C. PICKERING, of Cambridge,
E. S. Holden, of Ann Arbor,
Committee to Audit the Accounts of the Permanent Secretary and
HENRY WHEATLAND, of Salem,
| Thomas MEEHAN, of Philadelphia.
MEETINGS AND OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GEOLOGISTS AND NATURALISTS.
Professor ROGERS, as chairman of this last meeting, called the first meeting of the new Association to order and presided until it was fully organized by the adoption of a constitution. As he was thus the first presiding officer of the new Association, it was directed at the Hartford meeting that his name be placed at the head of the Past Presidents of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
MEETINGS AND OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.
GENERAL SECRETARY.PERMANENT SEC'Y. TREASURER.
E. X. Horsford, 1
A. L Elwyn.
L. R. Gibbs, 3
St. J. Ravencl.* 4
E.C. Herrick, *
A. L. Elwyn.
W. B. Rogers, 5 S. F. Baird, s. F. Baird. 6
W. B. Rogers, S. F. Baird, A. L. Elwyn.
S. St. John, 7
S. F. Baird, A. L. Elwyn.
J. Lawrence Smith, Joseph Lovering, J. L. LeConte. 8
Wolcott Gibbs, Joseph Lovering, A. L. Elwyn.
B. A. Gould,
Joseph Lovering, A. L. Elwyn.
B. A. Gould,
Joseph LeConte, Joseph Lovermg, A. L. Elwyn.
Joseph Lovering, A. L. Elwyn.t
0. C. Marsh,
F. W. Putnam, 15 A. L Elwyn.t
F. W. Putnam, 17 Joseph lovering, A. L. Elwyn.t
G. F. Barker, F. W. Putnam,
Josepli Lovering. W. S. Vaux.
Joseph Lovering, W.S. Vaux.
F. W. Putnam, W. S. Vaux.
F. W. Putnam, W.s. Vaux.t
1. In place of Jeffries Wyman, not present.
7. In place of J. D. Dana, not present.
13. In place of W. P. Trowbridge, not presenl.
MEETINGS AND OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION (Continued).
F. W. Clarke,
F. W. Putnam,
W. S. Vaux.
Albert II. Tuttle,
0. T. Mason,
S. P. Langley,
IT. C. Mendenhall,
H. B. Mason,
Wm. II. Dall,
HL. C. Bolton,
E. W. Morley, W. S. Vaux.
W. H. Dall,
J. G. Ilenderson,
C. V. Riley,
C. E. Munroe,
J. G. Henderson,
Aug. 11, 1875. Detroit, Mich.,
Aug. 23, 1876,
Aug. 29, 1877,
Buffalo, N. Y.,
J. E. Hilgard, II. A. Newton,
J. W. Dawson, S. W. Jobuson,
Aug. 27, 1879.
Saratoga, N. Y.
Aug. 25, 1880,
1 In the absence of E. C. Pickering.
2 The Subsection united with Sec. B. 5 In the absence of George Little.
* Not present.
3 In the absence of G. S. Blackie. 6 In the absence of 1. C. Wetherby.