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Presidential Address

GENTLEMEN,-In commencing my second presidential address to you, I desire in the first place to express my gratitude for the generous support I have received from the Council and Members during the past year. It has been a year of anxiety because we did not know from day to day how we might be affected by the progress of the war, but I am happy to say that so far our membership and funds have suffered no material loss. Many of our members are serving with the forces, but we have had a record number of meetings, and they have all been well attended. The masive volume of TRANSACTIONS, issued in May last,* is full of most valuable information, and even country and foreign members must admit that they get a good return for their subscriptions, although they are unable t0 join in our discussions.