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CHARLES A. WHITE, President.
TARLETON H. BEAN.

RICHARD RATIIBUN.
WILLIAM H. DALL.

CHARLES V. RILEY.
THEODORE GILL.

JOIN A. RYDER.
G. BROWN GOODE.

FREDERICK W. TRUE.
OTIS T. MASON.

GEORGE VASEY.
D. WEBSTER PRENTISS.

LESTER F. WART).

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STANDING COMMITTEES.

COMMITTEE ON COMMUNICATIONS.

CHARLES V. RILEY, Chairman. G. BROWN GOODE.

RICHARD RATHBUN.

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LESTER F. WARD, Chairman. EDWARD FOREMAN.

WILLIAM SMITII. FRANKLIN B. HOUGH.

GEORGE VASEY.

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LIST OF MEMBERS

OF THE

BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON.

JANUARY 25, 1884.

HONORARY MEMBERS. Date of Election. 1881, Jan. 14. BAIRD, SPENCER FULLERTON, M. D., LL. D., M. N. A. S.,

Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and Director of the
U. S. National Museum; U. S. Commissioner of Fish and
Fisheries; Foreign Member of the Zoological and Linnean
Societies of London. Smithsonian Institution, and 1445
Massachusetts Avenue N. W.

CORRESPONDING MEMBERS.

1882, Mar. 31. | AGASSIZ, ALEXANDER, A. B., S. B., M. N. A. S., Curator of

the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge; Foreign Member of the Zoological and Linnean Societies of London,

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1882, Dec. 22. ALLEN, Harrison, M. D., Professor of Physiology in the Uni

versity of Pennsylvania. 117 South Twentieth Street, Phil.

adelphia, Pennsylvania. 1882, April 8. | ALLEN, JOEL ASAPH, M. N. A. S., C. M. Z. S., Assistant in

the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge; President of the American Ornithologists' Union; Editor of

“ The Auk.” Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1882, April 28. BREWER, William Henry, Ph. D., M. N. A. S., Professor

of Agriculture in the Sheffield Scientific School, Yale College,

New Haven. New Haven, Connecticut. 1881, Feb. 25. BREWSTER, WILLIAM. 61 Sparks Street, Cambridge, Massa

chusetts. 1881, Feb. 25. BROOKS, WILLIAM Keith, Ph. D., Associate Professor of

Biology and Director of the Marine Laboratory of Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore. Baltimore, Maryland.

Date of Election.

CORRESPONDING MEMBERS—Continued. 1882, Jan. 6. COLLETT, ROBERT, C. M. Z. S., Conservator of the Zoological

Museum of the University of Christiania. Christiania,

Norway. 1882, Dec. 22. COPE, EDWARD DRINKER, M. A., M. N. A. S., C. M. Z. S.,

Editor of “ The American Naturalist.” 2100 Pine Street,

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1881, April 14. DERBY, ORVILLE ADELBERT, M. S., Curator of the Geologi

cal Section of the National Museum of Brazil. Rio de

Janeiro, Brazil. 1882, Jan. 6. Farrow, William Gilson, A. M., M. D., M. N. A. S.,

Professor of Cryptogamic Botany in Harvard University.

Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1881, Mar. 11. Giglioli, Enrico HillyER, D. Sc., C. M. Z. S., Director of

the Royal Zoological Museum of Vertebrates, and Professor of Vertebrate Zoology in the Royal Institute, Florence. R.

Istituto di Studi Superiori, Florence, Italy. 1882, Jan. 6. GRAY, ASA, M. D., LL, D., M. N. A. S., Fisher Professor

of Natural History in Harvard University; Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London, and of the Institute of

France. Botanic Garden, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1884, Jan.

HIUBRECHT, A. A. W., C. M. Z. S., &c., Professor of Natural

History in the University of Utrecht. Utrecht, Holland. 1882, Jan.

6. HYATT, ALPHEUS, S. B., M. N. A. S., Professor of Zoology

and Paleontology in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Custodian of the Boston Society of Natural History; President of the Society of Naturalists of the Eastern United

States. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1883, Jan. 5. JORDAN, DAVID Starr, M. S., M. D., Professor of Natural

History in Indiana State University. Bloomington, Indiana. 1881, April 8. LAWRENCE, GEORGE N., C. M. Z. S. 45 East 21st St., New

York City.

II.

1883, Dec. 14.

1882, Dec. 22.

LYMAN, Hon. THEODORE, A. M., M. N. A. S., Member of

Congress from Massachusetts. 1467 Massachusetts Avenue

N. W., IVashington.
MARTIN, HENRY NEWELL, A, M., M. D., D. Sc., Professor of

Biology in Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland.
Morse, EDWARD S., Ph. D., M. N. A. S., Director of the Pea-

body Academy of Science, Salom. Salem, Massachusetts.

1882, Mar. 31.

Date of Election.

CORRESPONDING MEMBERS--Continued. 1883, Nov. 30. MOSELEY, HIENRY NOTTIDGE, A. M., F. R. S., F. L. S.,

*F. Z. S., &c., Linacre Professor of Human and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Oxford. 14, St. Giles, Ox

jord, England. 1882, Mar. 31. PACKARD, ALPHEUS SPRING, Jr., A. M., M. D., M. N. A. S.,

Professor of Zoology and Geology in Brown University,
Providence; Editor of “ The American Naturalist.” Provi-

dence, Rhode Island. 1882, Dec. 22.

SCUDDER, SAMUEL HUBBARD, A. M., M. N. A. S., President

of the Boston Society of Natural History; Editor of

“Science.” Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1882, Mar. 3. SMITH, SIDNEY IRVING, Ph. B. Professor of Comparative

Anatomy in Yale College, New Haven. New Haven, Con

necticut. 1881, Feb. 25. Velie, John W., M. D., Secretary and Curator of the Chicago

Academy of Sciences. 263 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illi

nois. 1882, Mar. 31. VERRILL, Addison Emory, A. M., S. B., M. N. A. S. Pro

fessor of Zoology and Curator of the Zoological Collections

in Yale College, New Haven. New llaven, Connecticut. 1882, April 28. WATSON, SERENO, Ph. D., M. N. A. S. Curator of the ller

barium of Harvard University. Botanic Garden, Cambridge,

Massachusetts. 1882, Mar. 3. Wilson, EDMUND BEECHER, Ph. D. Acting Professor of

Natural History in Williams College. Williamstown, Massachusetts.

ACTIVE MEMBERS. *

1883, Jan. 19. ACKER, GEORGE N., A, M., M. D., Demonstrator of Practical

Physiology and Pathological Histology, National Medical

College. 1403 New York Avenue N. W. 1883, Dec. 28. ACKERMAN, ALBERT AMMERMAN, Ensign, U. S. Navy, on

duty on U. S. Fish Commission Steamer “ Albatross." Smithsonian Institution.

• When not otherwise expressly stated, all addresses are in Washington. By the words * Original Member" are designated those who attended the meetings for organization, November 26 and December 3, 1880.

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