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Page 5 - Council from such of the members as are professionally engaged in science, or have by their labors aided in advancing science.
Page 3 - Boston volume will be opened at the office of the Permanent Secretary, and subscriptions are solicited from friends of the Association, and from such members as wish to obtain duplicate copies of the volume. Every person subscribing $1.50, or more, will receive a copy of the volume, by mail, as soon as published. Back volumes of the Proceedings can be had at the office of the Permanent Secretary, at $ 1.50 per volume.
Page 3 - Attention is called to the following rule relating to members' families and other associates : Every member of the association shall have the privilege of registering members of his family as associates (not including men over twenty-one years of age) by paying the sum of three dollars for each person so registered, and shall receive for them badges which will entitle the holder thereof to such privileges as may be extended to the members generally by the local committee for the meeting.
Page 4 - Proceedings" of the Association can be obtained from the Permanent Secretary at the price of $1.50 per volume; or any member wishing for ten or more volumes, in order to complete a set may obtain them at $1.00 per volume. The volumes may be had bound in cloth at the extra price of 50 cents each, or in half Morocco at the extra price of $1.00 each.
Page 3 - Proceedings" will be taken at the office of the Permanent Secretary; and subscriptions are solicited from the friends of the Association. Every person subscribing $1.50 or more will receive a copy of the current volume as soon as published. The volume will be sent to each member who has paid his assessment for the current meeting. The volumes of the
Page 4 - Association, but stated that this could not be done without the liberal assistance of members and others interested, and asked for subscriptions for this purpose. As full sets of the "Proceedings...
Page 4 - ... extra price of 50 cents each, or in half Morocco at the extra price of $1.00 each. Uniform cloth covers for the volumes will be furnished by mail at 30 cents each, or by express at 25 cents each. Samples can be seen, and orders given at the office. The " Memoir on Fossil Butterflies," 4to, 1875, by SH Scudder, published by the donation of Mrs.
Page 6 - AIiT. 25. A paper shall not be read in any Section or Sub-section until it has been received from the Standing Committee and placed on the programme of the day by the Sectional Committee. ***The titles of papers will not be given until they are put on the programme by the Sectional Committees, and a paper will not be accepted by the Committee unless accompanied by a proper abstract.
Page 5 - FELLOWS, LIFE MEMBERS AND PATRONS. ART. 3. Any person may become a member of the Association upon Recommendation in writing by two members or fellows, and election by the Council. (Blank forms...
Page 35 - ... October. Professors and students of physics are invited to attend. — The following persons were elected officers of the American association for the advancement of science for the ensuing year: President, HA Newton of New Haven, Conn. ; permanent secretary, FW Putnam of Cambridge (office, Salem, Mass.); general secretary, Charles Sedgwick Minot of Boston, Mass. ; assistant general secretary, Charles C. Abbott of Trenton, NJ; treasurer, William Lilly of Mauch Chunk. Section A, mathematics and...

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