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The testimony of the large telescopes of North America except in the case of the Lick Observatory can scarcely be said to confirm Schaiparelli's discoveries.
The rapidity with which the snow cap has disappeared would seem to indicate further that the depth of the snow deposit on Mars is much less than on the Earth, a result which corresponds with the known rarer atmosphere and presumably lighter precipitation. Broadhead presented a paper on " The Ozarks and Geological History of Missouri Palaeozoic Formations." The president was authorized to appoint a committee to consider the question of a change of quarters. Vice-President Gray in the chair, twelve members pres- ent. Branner, asking for an exchange of publications, which was referred to the Council. Green read a paper on '* The Opening of the Buds of Some Woody Plants," by Prof.
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In conclusion, I wish to express to yoi^ my grateful appreciation of the uniform courtesy and forbearance with which you have always treated me, and to pledge my constant and loyal support to the Academy. Nipher gave a lecture on the " Modern Dynamo,'^ which lecture was fully illustrated with stereopticon views and laboratory experiments. President Pritchett in the chair, 16 members present. Todd gave a description of the dentition of the elephant. Engler submitted for publication a paper on the ** Geometrical Constructions for Cutting from a Cone of Revolution Sections (a) of a Given Eccentricity, (b) of Given Latus Rectum." June 6th, 1892. Spiegelhalter presented to the Academy the original maps and statistics prepared in 1868 by Col. The iron particles adhered in small maseesi which rotated with the traveling pole near the cetiter of the plate.
It is, however, because I wish to add emphasis to these words, that I declined longer to accept the position with which you have so long honored me. The regular order of business was dispensed with, and Prof. A glass plate above the ring was sprinkled with iron powder.
After some discussion it was moved and carried that the president and secretary be appointed a committee to draw up and present to the next meeting an amendment to the constitution permitting the formation of sections to the Academy. President Pritchett in the chair, 15 members and 3 visitors present. To encourage and promote special investigations in any branch of Science, members of the Academy may form sections, which shall be constituted as herein provided. Oo the approval of this application by the affirmative votes of two-thirds of the members present at the next regular meeting, the section shall be established, and the names of the petitioners shall b9 recorded on the minutes as its founders. Sections may increase the number of their members by election, but only members of the Academy shall be elected members of any of the sections. The officers of each section shall be a chairman and a secretary, who shall be elected by its members at the first meeting of the section, and subsequently at the first meeting in January of each year. The collections and books of each section arc the common property of the Academy. The result is a spinning, heels-over-head tumbling of the particles takes place, and all sweep around in a direction opposite from that of the traveling polarity. Article 15 of the By-laws was amended so that it would read ^* Besident active members shall pay an initiation fee of .00, and annual dues of .00, payable at the beginning of each year. The meeting then adjourned to the lecture room, where Dr.