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BUSINESS MEETING, July 1; Additional appropriation for Library Com-

mittee, p. 199; Improvement of Roads, 199; Acceptance of Honorary

and Corresponding Memberships, etc., 199, 200; Three members


BUSINESS MEETING, August 5; Nominating Committee appointed, p. 200;

Invitation from the Australian Association for the Advancement of

Science, 200; Member elected .

BUSINESS MEETING, September 2; Report of Nominating Committee, 201;

Member elected .

BUSINESS MEETING, October 7; Annual Election, pp. 201-203; Further

Report from Nominating Committee, 202; Prize offered by Miss Simp-

kins, 202; Decease of F. L. Ames apnounced, 202; Five members

elected, 202; Three members proposed .

BUSINESS MEETING, November 4; Four members proposed, p. 203; Memo-

rial of F. L. Ames, 203-205; Appropriations for Prizes for 1894, 205;

Vacancy in Finance Committee filled, 205; Four members elected

BUSINESS MEETING, December 2; Partial Reports from Committees on Gar-

deps and Flowers read, p. 206; Reports of Committee on Fruits and

Committee of Arrangements read, 206; Decease of Francis Parkman

announced, 206; Schedule of Prizes for 1894 reported, 207; Book from

E. H. Krelage, 207; Eight members elected .

BUSINESS MEETING, December 16; Committee to prepare unemorial of

Francis Parkman announced, p. 207; Two members proposed, 207;

Schedule of Prizes adopted, 208; Memorial of Ex-President Parkruan,

208; Report of Committees on Vegetables and Library read, 208;

Report of Secretary and Librarian read, 209; Vote in regard to

estimate of cost of extending gallery, 209; Report of Committee on

Flowers submitted

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON Plants, pp. 210, 211; Prizes and Gratuities



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