Abstract of Annual Report.
Six ordinary meetings were held, and were well attended. The number of papers read was seventeen. The Council regret a further decrease in the membership, which now stands at eighty. Twelve volumes have been added to the library. The Council has heard with regret of the death of Mr. F. H. Meinertzhagen, who was for many years an energetic member of the Institute, and a generous benefactor of the library. The Council also regret that since the termination of the year the Institute has lost an old and valued member in the person of Mr. H. S. Tiffen.
The balance-sheet showed a total receipt of £87 8s. 9d., including £9 balance from previous year; while the expenditure was £84 15s. 9d., leaving a balance in hand of £2 13s.