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Presidential address

GENTLEMEN.,-I have to thank you for electing me as your president, an honour which I highly appreciate. Glancing at the last Annual Report, I think you will agree, that it is satisfactory to find in these difficult times, that the membership is 981, as against 978 last year; if we can hold our own to the end of the war, I feel certain that we shall get a large increase in the membership when the demobilisation of the troops takes place. H. D. Searles-Wood