REGULARMEETING, MARCH 4, 1892.
The regular meeting of the Society was called to order a t 8345 P. M. in the Law Lecture Room of the University. Prof. A. C. IIale in the chair. The minutes of the February meeting were read and accepted, Prof. Hale, Corresponding Secretary, made an informal report on the progress of the Rhode Island Section, from responses to his writtcn inquiry. Prof. Breneman here took the chair. Tlie following gentlemen were elected to membership : Theo. Breyer, 159 Front street, N. Y. Thos. Lynton Hriggs, 357’ Madison street, nrooklyn, N. Y. l’rof. Edward n. Campbell, Ann Arbor, Mich. Prof. Delos Fall, Ann Arbor, M i d i . Mr. A. G. C . Halin, 64 Perry street, N. T. Geo. 0. IIighy, Ann Arbor, Blicli. Lyman F. Kebler, Ann Ai.bor, Rlicli. Jcsse Jones, 94 I3uena Vista strect, Allegheny, 1’:~ Prof. W. 13. Lindsay, Carlisle, I’a. C. E. Limburger, North Ilir. IIigli School, Gliic:igo, Ill. Prof. Frederick G. Novy, Ann Arbor, Jlich. Dr. IIugo Schweitzer, 150 Front strect, 3’. Y. W. C. Tiffany, ‘31 Spruce street, N. Y. Tlie following nominations wcre made : Othmar Eberbach, Ann Arbor, Mich. Wm. F. Ndwards, 1%.S., Ann Arbor, Micli. Prof. Howard V. Frost, Pol. Inst., I3rooltlgn, K. Y. C. hIcLanghlin, 874 Ihoadway, N. Y. David M. Lichty, Arbor, Rfich. Prof. W.R. Orndorff, Cornel1 TTniv., Itliaca, N. Y. John F. Rogers, 167’ Prospect street, Providcnca. It. I. Julius 0. Schlotterbeck, B. S., Ann Arbot., Micli. The chair called attention to the fact that sugg(~stiotiswcrc
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asked for from all members in regard t o the proposed revis1011 of the constitution. The following papers were then read : I. '' 011 the Alcohols of Fusel Oil." by Dr. Ii. C. Schdpphaus : react by the stmetarg, in the absence of the author. 11. " 0 1 1 a Peculliir Orgarllc Growth in Water," by Jas. K. Stebbins, Jr. 111. On Glass as Used in 3Ianufacturing of Incandescent Electric Lamps," by Duraiid Woodman, 1'11. D. After some discussion the meeting was adjourned. *(
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