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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 22

Privileges

Privileges.

Members—on election, are presented with any Volume of the First or Second Series of the Journal of the Transactions, and are entitled—to a Copy of the Journal, either in the Quarterly Parts, or the Annual (bound) Volume, for the years during which they may subscribe, and to a copy of any other documents or books which may be published under the auspices of the Society in furtherance of Object VI, and, on application, to a copy of every paper published in the "People's Edition'*; to the use of the Library (Booh can be sent to the country), Reading and Writing-rooms (affording many of the convenient of a Club); and to introduce two Visitors at each Meeting. The Council are chosen from among the Members, who alone are eligible to vote by ballot in determining any question at a General Meeting. Members are further privileged to obtain any Volumes, other I than that chosen, of the Transactions issued prior to their joining the Institute at half-price (half-a-guinea each), or any Quarterly Parts for past years at half-a-crown each.

The Library, Reading and Writing-rooms are open, for the use of the Members only, from ten till live (Saturdays till two). The Institute exchanges Transactions with the Royal Society and many other loading English and Foreign Scientific bodies, whose transaction are therefore added to the Library.

Associates—are entitled, to the Journal, in Quarterly Parts or in the Annual Volume, for the years during which they may subscribe; to obtain the earlier Volumes or Part at a reduced price; and to introduce one Visitor at each Meeting.

Members and Associates have the right to be present at all Meetings of the Society.

The Meetings, of which due notice is given, are held at 7, Adelphi Terrace, at Eights o'clock on the evenings of the First and Third Mondays of the Winter, Spring, and Summer Months. Proof Copies of the Papers to be road can be had by those desirous of placing their opinions thereon before the Members (when unable to attend, they can do this in writing).

Members and Associates on 1st January, 1871, 203. Joined since.—In 1871,91 1872,109 1873,110;—1874, 111;—1875,115;—1878,107;—1877,100.
Members and Associates joined during 1878.
Foreign and Colonial 30
Country 67
London (residing within Postal District) 14