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Volume 47, 1914

Appendix.

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New Zealand Institute Acts.

New Zealand Institute Act, 1903.
The following Act reconstituting the Institute was passed by Parliament:—
1903, No. 48.

An Act to reconstitute the New Zealand Institute.

[18th November, 1903.

Whereas it is desirable to reconstitute the New Zealand Institute with a view to connecting it more closely with the affiliated institutions:

Be it therefore enacted by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1. The Short Title of this Act is the New Zealand Institute Act, 1903.

2. The New Zealand Institute Act, 1867, is hereby repealed.

3. (1.) The body hitherto known as the New Zealand Institute (hereinafter referred to as “the Institute”) shall consist of the Auckland Institute, the Wellington Philosophical Society, the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, the Otago Institute, the Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute, the Nelson Institute, the Westland Institute, the Southland Institute, and such others as may hereafter be incorporated in accordance with regulations to be made by the Board of Governors as hereinafter mentioned.

(2.) Members of the above-named incorporated societies shall be ipso facto members of the Institute.

4. The control and management of the Institute shall be in the hands of a Board of Governors, constituted as follows:—

The Governor;

The Colonial Secretary;

Four members to be appointed by the Governor in Council during the month of December, one thousand nine hundred and three, and two members to be similarly appointed during the month of December in every succeeding year;

Two members to be appointed by each of the incorporated societies at Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin during the month of December in each alternate year;

One member to be appointed by each of the other incorporated societies during the month of December in each alternate year.

5. (1.) Of the members appointed by the Governor in Council two shall retire annually on the appointment of their successors; the first two members to retire shall be decided by lot, and thereafter the two members longest in office without reappointment shall retire.

(2.) Subject to the provisions of the last preceding subsection, the appointed members of the Board shall hold office until the appointment of their successors.

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6. The Board of Governors as above constituted shall be a body corporate, by the name of the “New Zealand Institute,” and by that name they shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, and may sue and be sued, and shall have power and authority to take, purchase, and hold lands for the purposes hereinafter mentioned.

7. (1.) The Board of Governors shall have power to appoint a fit person, to be known as the “President,” to superintend and carry out all necessary work in connection with the affairs of the Institute, and to provide him with such further assistance as may be required.

(2.) It shall also appoint the President or some other fit person to be editor of the Transactions of the Institute, and may appoint a committee to assist him in the work of editing the same.

(3.) It shall have power to make regulations under which societies may become incorporated to the Institute, and to declare that any incorporated society shall cease to be incorporated if such regulations are not complied with, and such regulations on being published in the Gazette shall have the force of law.

(4.) The Board may receive any grants, bequests, or gifts of books or specimens of any kind whatsoever for the use of the Institute, and dispose of them as it thinks fit.

(5.) The Board shall have control of the property hereinafter vested in it, and of any additions hereafter made thereto, and shall make regulations for the management of the same, for the encouragement of research by the members of the Institute, and in all matters, specified or unspecified, shall have power to act for and on behalf of the Institute.

8. Any casual vacancy on the Board of Governors, howsoever caused, shall be filled within three months by the society or authority that appointed the member whose place has become vacant, and if not filled within that time the vacancy shall be filled by the Board of Governors.

9. (1.) The first annual meeting of the Board of Governors herein-before constituted shall be held at Wellington on some day in the month of January, one thousand nine hundred and four, to be fixed by the Governor, and annual meetings of the Board shall be regularly held thereafter during the month of January in each year, the date and place of such annual meeting to be fixed at the previous annual meeting.

(2.) The Board of Governors may meet during the year at such other times and places as it deems necessary.

(3.) At each annual meeting the President shall present to the meeting a report of the work of the Institute for the year preceding, and a balance-sheet, duly audited, of all sums received and paid on behalf of the Institute.

10. The Board of Governors may from time to time, as it sees fit, make arrangements for the holding of general meetings of members of the Institute, at times and places to be arranged, for the reading of scientific papers, the delivery of lectures, and for the general promotion of science in the colony by any means that may appear desirable.

11. The Colonial Treasurer shall, without further appropriation than this Act, pay to the Board of Governors the annual sum of five hundred pounds, to be applied in or towards payment of the general current expenses of the Institute.

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12. (1.) On the appointment of the first Board of Governors under this Act the Board of Governors constituted under the Act hereby repealed shall cease to exist, and the property then vested in, or belonging to, or under the control of that Board shall be vested in His Majesty for the use and benefit of the public.

(2.) On the recommendation of the President of the Institute the Governor may at any time hereinafter, by Order in Council, declare that any part of such property specified in the Order shall be vested in the Board constituted under this Act. *

13. All regulations, together with a copy of the Transactions of the Institute, shall be laid upon the table of both Houses of Parliament within twenty days after the meeting thereof.

New Zealand Institute Act, 1908.
1908, No. 130.

An Act to consolidate certain Enactments of the General Assembly relating to the New Zealand Institute.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1. (1.) The Short Title of this Act is the New Zealand Institute Act, 1908.

(2.) This Act is a consolidation of the enactments mentioned in the Schedule hereto, and with respect to those enactments the following provisions shall apply:—

(a.) The Institute and Board respectively constituted under those enactments, and subsisting on the coming into operation of this Act, shall be deemed to be the same Institute and Board respectively constituted under this Act without any change of constitution or corporate entity or otherwise; and the members thereof in office on the coming into operation of this Act shall continue in office until their successors under this Act come into office.

(b.) All Orders in Council, regulations, appointments, societies incorporated with the Institute, and generally all acts of authority which originated under the said enactments or any enactment thereby repealed, and are subsisting or in force on the coming into operation of this Act, shall enure for the purposes of this Act as fully and effectually as if they had originated under the corresponding provisions of this Act, and accordingly shall, where necessary, be deemed to have so originated.

(c.) All property vested in the Board constituted as aforesaid shall be deemed to be vested in the Board established and recognized by this Act.

(d.) All matters and proceedings commenced under the said enactments, and pending or in progress on the coming into operation of this Act, may be continued, completed, and enforced under this Act.

[Footnote] * See New Zealand Gazette, 1st September, 1904.

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2. (1.) The body now known as the New Zealand Institute (hereinafter referred to as “the Institute”) shall consist of the Auckland Institute, the Wellington Philosophical Society, the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, the Otago Institute, the Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute, the Nelson Institute, the Westland Institute, the Southland Institute, and such others as heretofore have been or may hereafter be incorporated therewith in accordance with regulations heretofore made or hereafter to be made by the Board of Governors.

(2.) Members of the above-named incorporated societies shall be ipso facto members of the Institute.

3. The control and management of the Institute shall be vested in a Board of Governors (hereinafter referred to as “the Board”), constituted as follows:—

  • The Governor:

  • The Minister of Internal Affairs:

  • Four members to be appointed by the Governor in Council, of whom two shall be appointed during the month of December in every year:

  • Two members to be appointed by each of the incorporated societies at Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin during the month of December in each alternate year; and the next year in which such an appointment shall be made is the year one thousand nine hundred and nine:

  • One member to be appointed by each of the other incorporated societies during the month of December in each alternate year; and the next year in which such an appointment shall be made is the year one thousand nine hundred and nine.

4. (1.) Of the members appointed by the Governor in Council, the two members longest in office without reappointment shall retire annually on the appointment of their successors.

(2.) Subject to the last preceding subsection, the appointed members of the Board shall hold office until the appointment of their successors.

5. The Board shall be a body corporate by the name of the “New Zealand Institute,” and by that name shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, and may sue and be sued, and shall have power and authority to take, purchase, and hold lands for the purposes hereinafter mentioned.

6. (1.) The Board shall have power to appoint a fit person, to be known as the “President,” to superintend and carry out all necessary work in connection with the affairs of the Institute, and to provide him with such further assistance as may be required.

(2.) The Board shall also appoint the President or some other fit person to be editor of the Transactions of the Institute, and may appoint a committee to assist him in the work of editing the same.

(3.) The Board shall have power from time to time to make regulations under which societies may become incorporated with the Institute, and to declare that any incorporated society shall cease to be incorporated if such regulations are not complied with; and such regulations on being published in the Gazette shall have the force of law.

(4.) The Board may receive any grants, bequests, or gifts of books or specimens of any kind whatsoever for the use of the Institute, and dispose of them as it thinks fit.

(5.) The Board shall have control of the property from time to time vested in it or acquired by it; and shall make regulations for the

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management of the same, and for the encouragement of research by the members of the Institute; and in all matters, specified or unspecified, shall have power to act for and on behalf of the Institute.

7. (1.) Any casual vacancy in the Board, howsoever caused, shall be filled within three months by the society or authority that appointed the member whose place has become vacant, and if not filled within that ime the vacancy shall be filled by the Board.

(2.) Any person appointed to fill a casual vacancy shall only hold office for such period as his predecessor would have held office under this Act.

8. (1.) Annual meetings of the Board shall be held in the month of January in each year, the date and place of such annual meeting to be fixed at the previous annual meeting.

(2.) The Board may meet during the year at such other times and places as it deems necessary.

(3.) At each annual meeting the President shall present to the meeting a report of the work of the Institute for the year preceding, and a balance-sheet, duly audited, of all sums received and paid on behalf of the Institute.

9. The Board may from time to time, as it sees fit, make arrangements for the holding of general meetings of members of the Institute, at times and places to be arranged, for the reading of scientific papers, the delivery of lectures, and for the general promotion of science in New Zealand by any means that may appear desirable.

10. The Minister of Finance shall from time to time, without further appropriation than this Act, pay to the Board the sum of five hundred pounds in each financial year, to be applied in or towards payment of the general current expenses of the Institute.

11. Forthwith upon the making of any regulations or the publication of any Transactions, the Board shall transmit a copy thereof to the Minister of Internal Affairs, who shall lay the same before Parliament if sitting, or if not, then within twenty days after the commencement of the next ensuing session thereof.

Schedule. Enactments consolidated. 1903, No. 48.—The New Zealand Institute Act, 1903.

Regulations.

The following are the regulations of the New Zealand Institute under the Act of 1903:—*

The word “Institute” used in the following regulations means the New Zealand Institute as constituted by the New Zealand Institute Act, 1903.

Incorporation of Societies.

1. No society shall be incorporated with the Institute under the provisions of the New Zealand Institute Act, 1903, unless such society shall consist of not less than twenty-five members, subscribing in the aggregate

[Footnote] * New Zealand Gazette, 14th July, 1904.

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a sum of not less than £25 sterling annually for the promotion of art, science, or such other branch of knowledge for which it is associated, to be from time to time certified to the satisfaction of the Board of Governors of the Institute by the President for the time being of the society.

2. Any society incorporated as aforesaid shall cease to be incorporated with the Institute in case the number of the members of the said society shall at any time become less than twenty-five, or the amount of money annually subscribed by such members shall at any time be less than £25.

3. The by-laws of every society to be incorporated as aforesaid shall provide for the expenditure of not less than one-third of the annual revenue in or towards the formation or support of some local public museum or library, or otherwise shall provide for the contribution of not less than one-sixth of its said revenue towards the extension and maintenance of the New Zealand Institute.

4. Any society incorporated as aforesaid which shall in any one year fail to expend the proportion of revenue specified in Regulation No. 3 aforesaid in manner provided shall from henceforth cease to be incorporated with the Institute.

Publications.

5. All papers read before any society for the time being incorporated with the Institute shall be deemed to be communications to the Institute, and then may be published as Proceedings or Transactions of the Institute, subject to the following regulations of the Board of the Institute regarding publications:—

(a.) The publications of the Institute shall consist of—

(1.) A current abstract of the proceedings of the societies for the time being incorporated with the Institute, to be intituled “Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute”;

(2.) And of transactions comprising papers read before the incorporated societies (subject, however, to selection as hereinafter mentioned), and of such other matter as the Board of Governors shall from time to time determine to publish, to be intituled “Transactions of the New Zealand Institute.”

(b.) The Board of Governors shall determine what papers are to be published.

(c.) Papers not recommended for publication may be returned to their authors if so desired.

(d.) All papers sent in for publication must be legibly written, typewritten, or printed.

(e.) A proportional contribution may be required from each society towards the cost of publishing Proceedings and Transactions of the Institute.

(f.) Each incorporated society will be entitled to receive a proportional number of copies of the Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, to be from time to time fixed by the Board of Governors.

Management of the Property of the Institute.

6. All property accumulated by or with funds derived from incorporated societies, and placed in charge of the Institute, shall be vested in the Institute, and be used and applied at the discretion of the Board of

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Governors for public advantage, in like manner with any other of the property of the Institute.

7. All donations by societies, public Departments, or private individuals to the Institute shall be acknowledged by a printed form of receipt and shall be entered in the books of the Institute provided for that purpose, and shall then be dealt with as the Board of Governors may direct.

Honorary Members.

8. The Board of Governors shall have power to elect honorary members (being persons not residing in the Colony of New Zealand), provided that the total number of honorary members shall not exceed thirty.

9. In case of a vacancy in the list of honorary members, each incorporated society, after intimation from the Secretary of the Institute, may nominate for election as honorary member one person.

10. The names, descriptions, and addresses of persons so nominated, together with the grounds on which their election as honorary members is recommended, shall be forthwith forwarded to the President of the New Zealand Institute, and shall by him be submitted to the Governors at the next succeeding meeting.

General Regulations.

11. Subject to the New Zealand Institute Act, 1908, and to the foregoing rules, all societies incorporated with the Institute shall be entitled to retain or alter their own form of constitution and the by-laws for their own management, and shall conduct their own affairs.

12. Upon application signed by the President and countersigned by the Secretary of any society, accompanied by the certificate required under Regulation No. 1, a certificate of incorporation will be granted under the seal of the Institute, and will remain in force as long as the foregoing regulations of the Institute are complied with by the society.

13. In voting on any subject the President is to have a deliberate as well as a casting vote.

14. The President may at any time call a meeting of the Board, and shall do so on the requisition in writing of four Governors.

15. Twenty-one days' notice of every meeting of the Board shall be given by posting the same to each Governor at an address furnished by him to the Secretary.

16. In case of a vacancy in the office of President, a meeting of the Board shall be called by the Secretary within twenty-one days to elect a new President.

17. The Governors for the time being resident or present in Wellington shall be a Standing Committee for the purpose of transacting urgent business and assisting the officers.

18. The Standing Committee may appoint persons to perform the duties of any other office which may become vacant. Any such appointment shall hold good until the next meeting of the Board, when the vacancy shall be filled.

19. The foregoing regulations may be altered or amended at any annual meeting, provided that notice be given in writing to the Secretary of the Institute not later than the 30th November.

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The Hutton Memorial Medal and Research Fund.

Declaration of Trust.

This deed, made the fifteenth day of February, one thousand nine hundred and nine (1909), between the New Zealand Institute of the one part, and the Public Trustee of the other part: Whereas the New Zealand Institute is possessed of a fund consisting now of the sum of five hundred and fifty-five pounds one shilling (£555 1s.), held for the purposes of the Hutton Memorial Medal and Research Fund on the terms of the rules and regulations made by the Governors of the said Institute, a copy whereof is hereto annexed: And whereas the said money has been transferred to the Public Trustee for the purposes of investment, and the Public Trustee now holds the same for such purposes, and it is expedient to declare the trusts upon which the same is held by the Public Trustee:

Now this deed witnesseth that the Public Trustee shall hold the said moneys and all other moneys which shall be handed to him by the said Governors for the same purposes upon trust from time to time to invest the same upon such securities as are lawful for the Public Trustee to invest on, and to hold the principal and income thereof for the purposes set out in the said rules hereto attached.

And it is hereby declared that it shall be lawful for the Public Trustee to pay all or any of the said moneys, both principal and interest, to the Treasurer of the said New Zealand Institute upon being directed so to do by a resolution of the Governors of the said Institute, and a letter signed by the Secretary of the said Institute enclosing a copy of such resolution certified by him and by the President as correct shall be sufficient evidence to the Public Trustee of the due passing of such resolution: And upon receipt of such letter and copy the receipt of the Treasurer for the time being of the said Institute shall be a sufficient discharge to the Public Trustee: And in no case shall the Public Trustee be concerned to inquire into the administration of the said moneys by the Governors of the said Institute.

As witness the seals of the said parties hereto, the day and year hereinbefore written.

Resolutions of Board of Governors.

Resolved by the Board of Governors of the New Zealand Institute that—

1. The funds placed in the hands of the Board by the committee of subscribers to the Hutton Memorial Fund be called “The Hutton Memorial Research Fund,” in memory of the late Captain Frederick Wollaston Hutton, F.R.S. Such fund shall consist of the moneys subscribed and granted for the purpose of the Hutton Memorial, and all other funds which may be given or granted for the same purpose.

2. The funds shall be vested in the Institute. The Board of Governors of the Institute shall have the control of the said moneys, and may invest the same upon any securities proper for trust-moneys.

3. A sum not exceeding £100 shall be expended in procuring a bronze medal to be known as “The Hutton Memorial Medal.”

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4. The fund, or such part thereof as shall not be used as aforesaid, shall be invested in such securities as aforesaid as may be approved of by the Board of Governors, and the interest arising from such investment shall be used for the furtherance of the objects of the fund.

5. The Hutton Memorial Medal shall be awarded from time to time by the Board of Governors, in accordance with these regulations, to persons who have made some noticeable contribution in connection with the zoology, botany, or geology of New Zealand.

6. The Board shall make regulations setting out the manner in which the funds shall be administered. Such regulations shall conform to the terms of the trust.

7. The Board of Governors may, in the manner prescribed in the regulations, make grants from time to time from the accrued interest to persons or committees who require assistance in prosecuting researches in the zoology, botany, or geology of New Zealand.

8. There shall be published annually in the “Transactions of the New Zealand Institute” the regulations adopted by the Board as aforesaid, a list of the recipients of the Hutton Memorial Medal, a list of the persons to whom grants have been made during the previous year, and also, where possible, an abstract of researches made by them.

Regulations under which the Hutton Memorial Medal shall be awarded and the Research Fund administered.

1. Unless in exceptional circumstances, the Hutton Memorial Medal shall be awarded not oftener than once in every three years; and in no case shall any medal be awarded unless, in the opinion of the Board, some contribution really deserving of the honour has been made.

2. The medal shall not be awarded for any research published previous to the 31st December, 1906.

3. The research for which the medal is awarded must have a distinct bearing on New Zealand zoology, botany, or geology.

4. The medal shall be awarded only to those who have received the greater part of their education in New Zealand or who have resided in New Zealand for not less than ten years.

5. Whenever possible, the medal shall be presented in some public manner.

6. The Board of Governors may, at an annual meeting, make grants from the accrued interest of the fund to any person, society, or committee for the encouragement of research in New Zealand zoology, botany, or geology.

7. Applications for such grants shall be made to the Board before the 30th September.

8. In making such grants the Board of Governors shall give preference to such persons as are defined in regulation 4.

9. The recipients of such grants shall report to the Board before the 31st December in the year following, showing in a general way how the grant has been expended and what progress has been made with the research.

10. The results of researches aided by grants from the fund shall, where possible, be published in New Zealand.

11. The Board of Governors may from time to time amend or alter the regulations, such amendments or alterations being in all cases in conformity with resolutions 1 to 4.

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Award of the Hutton Memorial Medal.

1911. Professor W. B. Benham, D.Sc., F.R.S., University of Otago—For researches in New Zealand zoology.

1914. Dr. L. Cockayne, F.R.S., F.LS.—For researches on the ecology of New Zealand plants.

Grants from the Hutton Memorial Research Fund.

1915. (1.) To Dr. C. A. Cotton—£15 as a contribution towards his travelling-expenses in an investigation of the physiographic features of the New Zealand coast. *

(2.) To Mr. W. R. B. Oliver—£15 to defray expenses of travelling and apparatus for a visit to Lord Howe Island undertaken in November, 1913.

Hector Memorial Research Fund.

This deed, made the thirty-first day of July, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, between the New Zealand Institute, a body corporate duly incorporated by the New Zealand Institute Act, 1908, of the one part, and the Public Trustee of the other part: Whereas by a declaration of trust dated the twenty-seventh day of January, one thousand nine hundred and twelve, after reciting that the New Zealand Institute was possessed of a fund consisting of the sum of £1,045 10s. 2d., held for the purposes of the Hector Memorial Research Fund on the terms of the rules and regulations therein mentioned, which said moneys had been handed to the Public Trustee for investment, it was declared (inter alia) that the Public Trustee should hold the said moneys and all other moneys which should be handed to him by the said Governors of the Institute for the same purpose upon trust from time to time, to invest the same in the common fund of the Public Trust Office, and to hold the principal and income thereof for the purposes set out in the said rules and regulations in the said deed set forth: And whereas the said rules and regulations have been amended by the Governors of the New Zealand Institute, and as amended are hereinafter set forth: And whereas it is expedient to declare that the said moneys are held by the Public Trustee upon the trusts declared by the said deed of trust and for the purposes set forth in the said rules and regulations as amended as aforesaid:

Now this deed witnesseth and it is hereby declared that the Public Trustee shall hold the said moneys and all other moneys which shall be handed to him by the said Governors for the same purpose upon trust from time to time to invest the same in the common fund of the Public Trust Office, and to hold the principal and income thereof for the purposes set out in the said rules and regulations hereinafter set forth:

And it is hereby declared that it shall be lawful for the Public Trustee to pay, and he shall pay, all or any of the said moneys, both principal and interest, to the Treasurer of the said New Zealand Institute upon being directed to do so by a resolution of the Governors of

[Footnote] * This grant has been surrendered by Dr. Cotton.

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the said Institute, and a letter signed by the Secretary of the said Institute enclosing a copy of such resolution certified by him and by the President as correct shall be sufficient evidence to the Public Trustee of the due passing of such resolution: And upon receipt of such letter and copy the receipt of the Treasurer for the time being of the said Institute shall be a sufficient discharge to the Public Trustee: And in no case shall the Public Trustee be concerned to inquire into the administration of the said moneys by the Governors of the said Institute.

As witness the seals of the said parties hereto, the day and year first hereinbefore written.

Rules and Regulations made by the Governors of the New Zealand Institute in relation to the Hector Memorial Research Fund.

1. The funds placed in the hands of the Board by the Wellington Hector Memorial Committee be called “The Hector Memorial Research Fund,” in memory of the late Sir James Hector, K.C.M.G., F.R.S. The object of such fund shall be the encouragement of scientific research in New Zealand, and such fund shall consist of the moneys subscribed and granted for the purpose of the memorial and all other funds which may be given or granted for the same purpose.

2. The funds shall be vested in the Institute. The Board of Governors of the Institute shall have the control of the said moneys, and may invest the same upon any securities proper for trust-moneys.

3. A sum not exceeding one hundred pounds (£100) shall be expended in procuring a bronze medal, to be known as the Hector Memorial Medal.

4. The fund, or such part thereof as shall not be used as aforesaid, shall be invested in such securities as may be approved by the Board of Governors, and the interest arising from such investment shall be used for the furtherance of the objects of the fund by providing thereout a prize for the encouragement of such scientific research in New Zealand of such amount as the Board of Governors shall from time to time determine.

5. The Hector Memorial Medal and Prize shall be awarded annually by the Board of Governors.

6. The prize and medal shall be awarded by rotation for the following subjects, namely—(1) Botany, (2) chemistry, (3) ethnology, (4) geology, (5) physics (including mathematics and astronomy), (6) zoology (including animal physiology).

In each year the medal and prize shall be awarded to that investigator who, working within the Dominion of New Zealand, shall in the opinion of the Board of Governors have done most towards the advancement of that branch of science to which the medal and prize are in such year allotted.

7. Whenever possible the medal shall be presented in some public manner.

Award of the Hector Memorial Research Fund.

1912. L. Cockayne, Ph.D., F.L.S., F.R.S.—For researches in New Zealand botany.

1913. T. H. Easterfield, M.A., Ph.D.—For researches in chemistry.

1914. Elsdon Best—For researches in New Zealand ethnology.

1915. P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S.—For researches in New Zealand geology.

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The Carter Bequest.

Extracts from the Will of Charles Rooking Carter.

This is the last will and testament of me, Charles Rooking Carter, of Wellington, in the Colony of New Zealand, gentleman.

I revoke all wills and testamentary dispositions heretofore made by me, and declare this to be my last will and testament.

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I give to the Colonial Museum in Wellington the large framed photographs of the members of the General Assembly in the House of Representatives in the year 1860, and the framed pencil sketch of the old House of Commons, and the framed invitation-card to the Lord Mayor's dinner.

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As regards the following books, of which I am the author, and which are now stored in three boxes—namely, (1) “The Life and Recollections of a New Zealand Colonist,” (2) “A Historical Sketch of New Zealand Loans,” and (3) “Round the World Leisurely”—I direct that my executor shall retain possession of the same for a period of seven years, commencing from the date of my death, and that at the end of such period my executor shall place the same in the hands of Messrs. Whitcombe and Tombs (Limited) or some other capable and responsible booksellers in the City of Wellington, for sale, and so that the same shall be sold at such a price as will yield to my estate not less than six shillings per volume in respect of the first-named and second-named, and two shillings and sixpence in respect of the last-named works; and I further authorize my executor to sell and dispose of the copyright or right to reprint such works; and I direct that the moneys to be derived from the sale of such works and the privileges connected therewith shall be added to the sum provided for the purchase of a telescope as hereinafter mentioned.

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I direct my executor to subscribe the sum of fifty pounds towards the erection of a suitable brick room in which to house the priceless collection of books on New Zealand some time since given by me to the Colonial Museum and the New Zealand Institute.

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I give and devise unto the Public Trustee appointed under and in pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand intituled the Public Trust Office Act, 1894 (hereinafter called “my trustee”), all the rest, residue, and remainder of my property whatsoever and wheresoever situate, both real and personal, and whether in possession, reversion, expectancy, or remainder, upon trust, as to my freehold property at East Taratahi, containing by admeasurement two thousand one hundred and seventy-two acres, and being and comprising the whole of the land included in certificate of title, volume 51, folio 79, of the books of the District Land Registrar for the Registration District ofWellin

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gton (save and except such part of the said land, being portion of the section numbered 117 in the Taratahi Plain Block, as is hereinafter devised to my trustee for the purposes hereinafter appearing), and direct that my Trustee shall stand possessed of the same lands upon trust, to let and manage the same, and to pay and apply the rents and annual income in manner following, namely:—

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And as to all the residue and remainder (if any) of the said net proceeds of the sale, conversion, and getting-in of my estate as aforesaid, my trustee shall transfer the same to the Governors for the time being of the New Zealand Institute at Wellington, to form the nucleus of a fund for the erection in or near Wellington aforesaid, and the endowment of a Professor and staff, of an Astronomic Observatory fitted with telescope and other suitable instruments for the public use and benefit of the colony, and in the hope that such fund may be augmented by gifts from private donors, and that the Observatory may be subsidized by the Colonial Government; and without imposing any duty or obligation in regard thereto I would indicate my wish that the telescope may be obtained from the factory of Sir H. Grubb, in Dublin, Ireland.

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New Zealand Institute.

Established Under an act of The General Assembly of New Zealand Intituled The New Zealand Institute act, 1867; Reconstituted by an act of The General Assembly of New Zealand Under The New Zealand Institute act, 1903, and Continued by The New Zealand Institute act, 1908.

Board of Governors.
Ex Officio.
His Excellency the Governor.
The Hon. the Minister of Internal Affairs.
Nominated by The Government.

Charles A. Ewen (December, 1912); A. H. Turnbull (December, 1912); Dr. J. Allan Thomson (December, 1913); Professor G. W. von Zedlitz, M.A. (December, 1913).

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Elected by Affiliated Societies (December, 1913).
Wellington Philosophical Society Professor T. H. Easterfield, M.A., Ph.D. Professor H. B. Kirk, M.A.
Auckland Institute D. Petrie, M.A., Ph.D. Professor H. W. Segar, M.A.
Philosophical Institute of Canterbury C. Coleridge Farr, D.Sc. R. Speight, M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S.
Otago Institute Professor Marshall, D.Sc., F.G.S. G. M. Thomson, F.C.S.
Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute H. Hill, B.A., F.G.S.
Nelson Institute L. Cockayne, Ph.D., F.L.S., F.R.S.
Manawatu Philosophical Society K. Wilson, M.A.
Wanganui Philosophical Society Dr. H. R. Hatherly, M.R.C.S.

Officers For The Year 1915. President: D. Petrie, M.A., Ph.D. Hon. Treasurer: C. A. Ewen. Hon. Editor: C. Chilton, D.Sc., M.A., M.B., LL.D., F.L.S. Secretary: B. C. Aston, F.I.C., F.C.S. (Box 40, Post-office, Wellington.)

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Affiliated Societies.
Name of Society. Secretary's Name and Address. Date of Affiliation.
Wellington Philosophical Society A. C. Gifford, 6 Shannon Street 10th June, 1868.
Auckland Institute T. F. Cheeseman, Museum 10th June, 1868.
Philosophical Institute of Canterbury A. M. Wright, Box 617, Christ-church 22nd October, 1868.
Otago Institute E. J. Parr, Boys' High School 18th October, 1869.
Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute James Niven, Technical College 31st March, 1875.
Nelson Institute E. L. Morley, Waimea Street 20th December, 1883.
Manawatu Philosophical Society K. Wilson, Palmerston North 6th January, 1905.
Wanganui Philosophical Society J. P. Williamson 2nd December, 1911.
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Former Manager and Editor.

1870.

  • Agassiz, Professor Louis. Drury, Captain Byron, R.N. Flower, Professor W. H., F.R.S. Hochstetter, Dr. Ferdinand von. Hooker, Sir J. D., G C.S.I., C.B., M.D., F.R.S., O.M.

  • Mueller, Ferdinand von, M.D., F.R.S., C.M.G. Owen, Professor Richard, F.R.S. Richards, Rear-Admiral G. H

1871.

  • Darwin, Charles, M.A., F.R.S. Gray, J. E., Ph.D., F.R.S.

  • Lindsay, W. Lauder, M.D., F.R.S.E.

1872.

  • Grey, Sir George, K.C.B. Huxley, Thomas H., LL.D., F.R.S.

  • Stokes, Vice-Admiral J. L.

1873.

  • Bowen, Sir George Ferguson, G.C.M.G. Günther, A., M.D., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.

  • Lyell, Sir Charles, Bart., D.C.L., F.R.S.

1874.

  • McLachlan, Robert, F.L.S. Newton, Alfred, F.R.S.

  • Thomson, Professor Wyville, F.R.S.

1875.

  • Filhol, Dr. H. Rolleston, Professor G., M.D., F.R.S.

  • Sclater, P. L., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.

1876.

  • Clarke, Rev. W. B., M.A., F.R.S.

  • Etheridge, Professor R., F.R.S.

1877.

  • Baird, Professor Spencer F.

  • Weld, Frederick A., C.M.G.

1878.

  • Garrod, Professor A. H., F.R.S. Müller, Professor Max, F.R.S.

  • Tenison-Woods, Rev. J. E., F.L.S.

1880.

  • The Most Noble the Marquis of Normanby, G.C.M.G.

1883.

  • Carpenter, Dr. W. B., C.B., F.R.S. Ellery, Robert L. J., F.R.S.

  • Thomson, Sir William, F.R.S.

1885.

  • Gray, Professor Asa. Sharp, Richard Bowdler, M.A., F.R.S.

  • Wallace, A. R., F.R.S., O.M.

1888.

  • Beneden, Professor J. P. van. Ettingshausen, Baron von.

  • McCoy, Professor F., D.Sc., C.M.G. F.R.S.

1890.

  • Riley, Professor C. V.

1891.

  • Davis, J. W., F.G.S., F.L.S.

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1895.

  • Mitten, William, F.R.S.

1896.

  • Langley, S. P.

1900.

  • Agardh, Dr. J. G.

  • Avebury, Lord, P.C., F.R.S.

1901.

  • Eve, H. W., M.A.

  • Howes, G. B., LL.D., F.R.S.

1906.

  • Milne, J., F.R.S.

1909.

  • Darwin, Sir George, F.R.S.

Former Manager and Editor.

  • [Under the New Zealand Institute Act, 1867.]

1867–1903.

  • Hector, Sir James, M.D., K.C.M.G., F.R.S.

Past Presidents.

1903–4.

  • Hutton, Captain Frederick Wollaston, F.R.S.

1905–6.

  • Hector, Sir James, M.D., K.C.M.G., F.R.S.

1907–8.

  • Thomson, George Malcolm, F.L.S., F.C.S.

1909–10.

  • Hamilton, A.

1911–12.

  • Cheeseman, T. F., F.L.S., F.Z.S.

1913–14.

  • Chilton, C., M.A., D.Sc., LL.D., F.LS.

Honorary Members.

1870.

  • Finsch, Professor Otto, Ph.D., Braunschweig, Germany

1873.

  • Pickard-Cambridge, The Rev. O., M.A., C.M.Z.S.

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1876

  • Berggren, Dr. S., Lund, Sweden.

1877.

  • Sharp, Dr. D., University Museum, Cambridge.

1890.

  • Liversidge, Professor A., M.A., F.R.S., Fieldhead, Coombe Warren, Kingston Hill, England.

  • Nordstedt, Professor Otto, Ph.D., University of Lund, Sweden.

1891.

  • Goodale, Professor G L., M.D., LL.D.,

  • Harvard University, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

1894.

  • Codrington, Rev. R. H., D.D., Wadhurst Rectory, Sussex, England.

  • Thiselton-Dyer, Sir W. T., K.C.M.G., C.I.E., LL.D., M.A., F.R.S., Royal Gardens, Kew.

1896.

  • Lydekker, Richard, B.A., F.R.S., British Museum, South Kensington.

1900.

  • Massee, George, F.L.S., F.R.M.S., Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

1901.

  • von Goebel, Professor Dr. Carl, University of Munich.

1902.

  • Sars, Professor G. O., University of Christiania, Norway.

1903.

  • Klotz, Professor Otto J., 437 Albert Street, Ottawa, Canada.

1904.

  • Rutherford, Professor Sir E., D.Sc., F.R.S., University of Manchester.

  • David, Professor T. Edgeworth, F.R.S., C.M.G., Sydney University, N.S.W.

1906.

  • Beddard, F. E., F.R.S., Zoological Society, London.

  • Brady, G. S., F.R.S., University of Durham, England.

1907.

  • Dendy, Dr., F.R.S., King's College, University of London, England.

  • Meyrick, E., B.A., F.R.S., Marlborough College, England.

  • Diels, Professor L., Ph.D., University of Marburg.

  • Stebbing, Rev. T. R. R., F.R.S., Tunbridge Wells, England.

1910.

  • Bruce, Dr. W. S., Edinburgh.

1913.

  • Davis, Professor W. Morris, Harvard University.

  • Hemsley, W. Botting, England.

1914.

  • Arber, Dr. E. Newell, Cambridge, Eng. Balfour, Professor J. Bayley, F.R.S., Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.

  • Haswell, Professor W. A., F.R.S, University, Sydney.

1915.

  • Bateson, Professor W., F.R.S., England.

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Ordinary Members.

Wellington Philosophical Society.

  • Acland, E. W., P.O. Box 928, Wellington

  • Adams, C. E., D.Sc., A.I.A. (London), F.R.A.S., Hector Observatory, Wellington

  • Adams, C. W., Bellevue Road, Lower Hutt

  • Adamson, Professor J., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Adkin, G. L., Queen Street, Levin

  • Alabaster, A. H., care of District Engineer, Railways, Wellington

  • Anderson, W. J., M.A., LL.D., Education Department, Wellington

  • Aston, B. C., F.I.C., F.C.S., Dominion Laboratory, Wellington

  • Atkins, A., F.R.I.B.A., Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Grey Street, Wellington

  • Atkinson, E. H., Agricultural Department, Wellington

  • Bagley, G., Young's Chemical Company, 14 Egmont Street, Wellington

  • Bakewell, F. H., M.A., Education Board, Mercer Street, Wellington

  • Baldwin, E. S., 215 Lambton Quay, Wellington

  • Bates, Rev. D. C., Weather Office, Wellington.

  • Beere, W. C., 155 Featherston Street, Wellington

  • Beetham, W. H., Masterton

  • Begg, Dr. C. M., 164 Willis Street, Wellington

  • Bell, E. D., Panama Street, Wellington

  • Bell, Hon. Sir H. D., K.C., B.A., Panama Street, Wellington

  • Berry, C. G. G., 35 Bolton Street, Wellington

  • Blair, David K., M.I. Mech. E., 9 Grey Street, Wellington

  • Blake, V., District Lands and Survey Office, Wellington

  • Blow, H. J. H., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Brandon, A. de B., B. A., Featherston Street, Wellington

  • Bridges, G. G., 2 Wesley Road, Wellington

  • Broadgate, F. L. K., B.Sc., Dominion Museum, Wellington

  • Browne, M. H., Education Department

  • Burnett, J., M.Inst. C.E., Head Office, Railways

  • Campbell, J., F.R.I.B.A., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Carter, F. J., M.A., Diocesan Office, Wellington

  • Carter, W. H., care of Dr. Henry, The Terrace, Wellington

  • Chapman, Martin, K.C., Brandon Street, Wellington

  • Chudleigh, E. R., Orongomairoa, Waihou

  • Cockayne, Dr. L., F.R.S., 13 Colombo Street, Wellington

  • Cook, H. D., M.Sc., B.E. (Elect.), Bank Chambers, Lambton Quay, Wellington

  • Cotton, C. A., D.Sc., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Crawford, A. D., Box 126, G.P.O., Wellington

  • Crawford, Miss Grace A., Box 813, G.P.O., Wellington

  • Crewes, Rev. J., 90 Owen Street, Wellington

  • Dougall, Archibald, 34 Austin Street, Wellington

  • Dymock, E. R., A.I.A.N.Z., Woodward Street, Wellington

  • Earnshaw, W., 4 Watson Street, Wellington

  • Easterfield, Professor T. H., M.A., Ph.D., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Ewen, C. A., 126 The Terrace, Wellington

  • Ferguson, William, M.A., M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.Mech.E., 131 Coromandel Street, Wellington

[Footnote] † Honorary members.

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  • Field, W. H., 160 Featherston Street, Wellington

  • FitzGerald, Gerald, A.M. Inst. C.E., Government Insurance Building, Wellington

  • Fleming, T. R., M.A., LL.B., Education Board Office, Wellington

  • Fletcher, Rev. H. J., The Manse, Taupo

  • Fox, T. O., Borough Engineer, Miramar, Wellington

  • Fraser, G. V. R., Railway Buildings, Wellington

  • Freeman, C. J., Webb Street, Wellington*

  • Freyberg, C., Macdonald Crescent Fulton, J., 14 North Terrace, Kelburne

  • Furkert, F. W., M.Inst C.E., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Garrow, Professor J. M. E., B.A., LL.B., Victoria College, Wellington*

  • Gavin, W. H., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Gibbs, A., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Gibbs, Dr. H. E., 240 Willis Street, Wellington

  • Gibson, Miss G. F., M.A., 10 Hill Street, Wellington

  • Gibson, W., B.E. (Mining), Geological Survey Department, Wellington

  • Gifford, A. C., M.A., 6 Shannon Street, Wellington*

  • Girdlestone, H. E., Lands and Survey Department, Wellington

  • Gottfried, Rev. I. von, Boulcott Street, Wellington

  • Goudie, H. A., Whakarewarewa

  • Haast, H. F. von, M.A., LL.B., 41 Salamanca Road, Wellington

  • Hamilton, H., 58 Bowen Street, Wellington

  • Hanify, H. P., 18 Panama Street, Wellington

  • Harding, R. Coupland, 63 Matai Road, Haitaitai*

  • Hastie, Miss J. A., care of Street and Co., 30 Cornhill, London, E.C.*

  • Hayward, Captain J. A., 113 Tasman Street, Wellington

  • Hector, Barclay, Lower Hutt

  • Hector, Dr. C. Monro., M.D., B.Se., Lower Hutt

  • Helyer, Miss E., 13 Tonks Grove, Wellington

  • Henderson, J., M.A., D.Sc., B.Sc. in Engineering (Metall.), Geological Survey Department, Wellington

  • Hislop, J., Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington

  • Hodson, W. H., 40 Pirie Street, Wellington

  • Hogben, G., M.A., F.G.S., C.M.G., Education Department, Wellington

  • Holmes, R. L., F.R.Met.S., Kaiora, Fern Street, Randwick, Sydney*

  • Holmes, R. W., M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Hooper, Captain G. S., Grant Road North, Wellington

  • Hudson, G. V., F.E.S., Inspector's Office, G.P.O., Wellington

  • Humphries, Thomas, Laery Street, Lower Hutt

  • Hursthouse, E. W., Routh's Buildings, Wellington

  • Isaac, E. C., Education Department, Wellington

  • Jack, J. W., Featherston Street, Wellington

  • James, L. G., 31 Hunter Street, Wellington

  • Jenkinson, S. H., Railway Buildings, Wellington

  • Johnston, C. G., Railway Offices, Wellington

  • Johnston, Hon. G. Randall, care of Martin Chapman, K.C., Wellington*

  • Jones, E. G., B.A., Wellington College, Wellington

  • Joseph, Joseph, Grant Road, Wellington

  • Kennedy, Rev. Dr. D., F.R.A.S., St. Patrick's College, Wellington

  • Kilroe, Miss F. C., B.Sc., 7 Hay Street, Wellington

  • King, G. W., B.E., Public Works Department, Dunedin

  • King, Thomas, F.R.A.S., 58 Ellice Street, Wellington

[Footnote] * Life members.

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  • Kirk, Professor H. B., M.A., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Laby, Professor T. H., B.A., Victoria College, Wellington

  • La Trobe, W. S., M.A., Technical College, Wellington

  • Levi, P., M.A., care of Wilford and Levi, 15 Stout Street, Wellington

  • Lomas, E. K., M.A., M.Sc., Training College, Wellington

  • Lomax, Major H. A., Araruhe, Aramoho, Wanganui

  • Luke, J. P., Hiropi Street, Wellington

  • Luke, K. E., Town Hall, Wellington

  • McCabe, Ultan F., care of Richardson and McCabe, 11 Grey Street, Wellington

  • McDonald, J., Dominion Museum, Wellington

  • Mackay, J., Government Printing and Stationery Department, Wellington

  • McKenzie, Donald, Carnarvon, Feilding

  • Mackenzie, Professor H., M.A., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Mackenzie, J., Lands and Survey Department, Wellington

  • Maclaurin, Dr. J. S., D.Sc., F.C.S., Dominion Laboratory, Wellington

  • MacLean, F. W., M.Inst.C.E., Railway Department, Wellington

  • Marchbanks, J., M.Inst.C.E., Harbour Board, Wellington

  • Mason, Dr. J. Malcolm, M.D., F.C.S., D.P.H., Lower Hutt

  • Mason, Mrs. K., care of Bank of New Zealand, Wellington

  • Maxwell, J. P., M.Inst.C.E., 145 Dixon Street, Wellington

  • Mestayer, R. L., M.Inst.C.E., 139 Sydney Street, Wellington

  • Miles, P. H. R., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Miller, H. M., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Moore, G., Eparaima, via Masterton

  • Moore, W. L, Bank Chambers, Lambton Quay, Wellington

  • Moorhouse, W. H. Sefton, 134 Dixon Street, Wellington

  • Morgan, P. G., M.A., Geological Survey, Wellington

  • Morice, J. M., B.Sc., Town Hall, Wellington

  • Morison, C. B., 180 Featherston Street, Wellington

  • Morrison, J. C., Box 8, P.O., Eltham

  • Morton, W. H., M.Inst.C.E., Town Hall, Wellington

  • Myers, Miss P., B.A., 26 Fitzherbert Terrace, Wellington

  • Newman, A. K., M.B., M.R.C.P., M.P., 56 Hobson Street, Wellington

  • Nicol, John, Cuba Street, Wellington

  • Ongley, M., M.A., Geological Survey, Wellington

  • Orchiston, J., M.I.E.E., Telegraph Office, Wellington

  • Orr, R., 176 Featherston Street, Wellington

  • Patterson, Hugh, Public Works Office, Catlin's

  • Parry, E., B. Sc., M.I.E.E., A.M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Pearce, A. E., care of Levin and Co. (Limited), Wellington

  • Phillips, Coleman, Carterton

  • Phipson, P. B., F.C.S., care of J. Staples and Co. (Limited), Wellington

  • Pomare, Hon. Dr. M., M.P., Wellington

  • Porteous, J. S, 9 Brandon Street, Wellington

  • Powles, C. P., 219 Lambton Quay, Wellington

  • Reakes, C. J., D.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.S., Agricultural Department, Wellington

  • Reed, Frank, M.I.M.M., M.I.M.E., L.S., Mines Department, Wellington

  • Reid, W. S., 189 The Terrace, Wellington

  • Richardson, C. E., 11 Grey Street, Wellington

  • Richardson, J. M., 132 The Terrace, Wellington

  • Robertson, J. B., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Robertson, R. E., 41 Grove Road, Kelburne

  • Roy, R. B., Taita, Wellington*

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  • Salmond, J. W., M.A., Crown Law Office, Wellington

  • Shrimpton, E. A., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Sladden, H., Lower Hutt

  • Smith, J. R., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Smith, M. Crompton, Lands and Survey Department, Wellington

  • Spencer, W. E., M.A., M.Sc., Education Department, Wellington

  • Strachan, J. R., District Survey Office, Wellington

  • Stewardson, G., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Stout, T. Duncan M., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S., 164 Willis Street, Wellington

  • Stuckey, F. G. A, M.A., 21 Hobson Crescent, Wellington

  • Sunley, R. M., Karori

  • Swinburne, C. G., Town Hall, Wellington

  • Tennant, J. S., M.A., B.Sc., Training College, Wellington

  • Thomson, John, B.E., M.Inst.C.E., 17 Dorking Road, Brooklyn

  • Thomson, J. Allan, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., Domimon Museum, Wellington

  • Tolley, H. R., 34 Wright Street, Wellington

  • Tombs, H. H., Burnell Avenue, Wellington

  • Turnbull, A. H., care of W. and G. Turnbull and Co. (Limited), Wellington

  • Turnbull, W., Oriental Terrace, Wellington

  • Turner, E. Phillips, Lands and Survey Department, Wellington

  • Vickerman, H., M.Sc., Assoc. M Inst.C.E., Public Works Department, Wellington

  • Ward, Thomas, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Grey Street, Wellington

  • Welch, J. S., Wright Street, Wellington

  • Widdop, F. C., Railway Department, Wellington

  • Wilmot, E. H., Survey Department, Wellington

  • Wilson, Sir J. G., Kt., Bulls

  • Wynne, H. J., Railway Department, Wellington

  • Zedlitz, Professor G. W. von, M.A., Victoria College, Wellington

Auckland Institute.

  • Abbott, R. H., Elliott Street, Auckland

  • Abel, R. S., care of Abel, Dykes, and Co., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Adlington, Miss H., District High School, Paeroa

  • Aickin, G., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Aldis, M., 32 Empire Buildings, Swanson Street

  • Alexander, L. W., Beauvoir, Hurstmere Road, Takapuna

  • Alison, A., Devonport Ferry Company, Auckland

  • Alison, E. W., Devonport Ferry Company, Auckland

  • Allen, John, Cheltenham, Devonport

  • Ardern, P. S., Remuera

  • Arey, W. E., Victoria Arcade, Auckland

  • Armitage, F. L., Gleeson's Buildings, High Street, Auckland

  • Arnold, C., Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Arnoldson, L., Quay Street, Auckland

  • Bagnall, L. J., Wynyard Street, Auckland

  • Baker, G. H., Commerce Street, Auckland

  • Ball, W. T., Sylvan Avenue, Mount Eden

  • Bamford, H. D., LL.D., Bank of New Zealand Buildings, Auckland

  • Bankart, A. S., Shortland Street, Auckland

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  • Barr, J., Public Library, Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Bartrum, J. A., Uuiversity College, Auckland

  • Bates, T. L., Brookfield, Alfred Street, Waratah, Newcastle, New South Wales*

  • Batger, J., Mount Eden Road, Auckland

  • Bell, T., care of Union Oil, Soap, and Candle Company, Albert Street, Auckland

  • Benjamin, E. D., care of L. D. Nathan and Co., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Benjamin, L., care of Hayman and Co., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Biss, N. L. H., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Blair, J. M., Market Road, Epsom

  • Bloomfield, J. L., St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell

  • Bond, Elon, Commerce Street, Auckland

  • Bowyer, S. B., care of Auckland Institute, Auckland

  • Bradley, Samuel, Onehunga

  • Brett, H., Star Office, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Briffault, R., M.B., Mount Eden Road, Auckland

  • Brooke-Smith, E., Manukau Road, Parnell

  • Broun, Major T., F.E.S., Mount Albert, Auckland

  • Brown, Alan, care of Bamford and Brown, Bank of New Zealand Buildings, Auckland

  • Brown, E. A., Cleave's Buildings, High Street, Auckland

  • Brown, Professor F. D., care of Auckland Institute, Auckland

  • Brown, John, Beresford Street, Bayswater, Devonport

  • Bruce, W. W., Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Buchanan, A., Victoria Avenue, Remuera*

  • Buddle, C. F., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Buddle, T., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Burns, R., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Burnside, W., Education Offices, Auckland

  • Burt, A., care of A. and T. Burt and Co., Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Burton, Colonel, The Grove, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, England*

  • Bush, W. E., City Engineer's Office, Town Hall, Auckland

  • Butler, Miss, Girls Grammar School, Auckland

  • Buttle, J., New Zealand Insurance Company, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Campbell, J. P., care of Thorne, Campbell, and Thorne, Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Casey, Maurice, Hamilton Road, Ponsonby

  • Cheal, P. E., Upper Queen Street, Auckland

  • Cheeseman, T. F., F.L.S., F.Z.S., Museum, Auckland

  • Choyce, H. C., Remuera Road, Remuera

  • Clark, A., Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Clark, H. C., care of Arch. Clark and Sons, Wellington

  • Clark, M. A., Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Clay, T. B., care of S. Vaile and Sons, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Clifford, J. M., P.O. Box 756, Auckland

  • Coates, T., Orakei, Auckland

  • Coe, James, Mount Eden Road, Auckland

  • Cole, Rev. R. H., Walford, Gladstone Road, Parnell

  • Cole, W., Mount Eden Road, Auckland

  • Coleman, J. W., Lower Queen Street, Auckland

  • Coleman, W., Imperial Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Combes, F. H., Victoria Avenue, Remuera

  • Commons, W. M., Wilson's Portland Cement Company, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Cooper, C., Bourne Street, Mount Eden

[Footnote] * Honorary and life members.

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  • Cooper Mr. Justice, Judges' Chambers, Auckland

  • Cory-Wright, S., B.Sc., University College, Auckland

  • Court, G., Karangahape Road, Auckland

  • Court, J., Ponsonby, Auckland

  • Cousins, H. G., Normal School, Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Craig, J. J., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Cranwell, R., Crescent Road, Parnell

  • Cuff, J. C., F.S.A., Emerald Hill, Epsom, Auckland

  • Currie, J. G., care of J. Currie, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Davis, Elliot R., care of Hancock and Co., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Davis, Ernest, care of Hancock and Co., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Dearsly, H., P.O. Box 466, Auckland

  • De Clive Lowe, Dr., Symonds Street, Auckland

  • Dempsey, J., Newmarket

  • Dennin, John, care of Hon. E. Mitchelson, Waimauku

  • Dettmann, Professor H. S., University College, Auckland

  • Devereux, H. B., Market Road, Epsom, Auckland

  • Devore, A. E. T., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Dickenson, J. C., Public School, Ponsonby

  • Dove, J. C., Australian Hardwood Company, Mechanics Bay, Auckland

  • Downard, F. N. R., Public School, Kuaotunu

  • Duthie, D. W., National Bank of New Zealand, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Earl, F., Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Edgerley, Miss K., Girls' Grammar School, Auckland

  • Edson, J., Waimarama, Tudor Street, Devonport

  • Egerton, Professor C. W., University College, Auckland

  • Ellingham, W. R., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Elliott, G., Bank of New Zealand Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Ellis, J. W., Hamilton, Waikato

  • Ellison, T., Ellison's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Endean, J., Jermyn Street, Auckland

  • Entrican, A. J., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Ewington, F. G., Durham Street, Auckland

  • Fairclough, Dr. W. A., Watson's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Farrell, R., Anglesea Street, Auckland

  • Favell, Rev. H. A., Picton Street, Auckland

  • Fenwick, Dr. G., Premier Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Fleming, J., 142 Grafton Road, Auckland

  • Florance, R. S., S.M. Court, Gisborne

  • Fowlds, Hon. G., Queen Street, Auckland*

  • Frater, J. W., care of R. Frater, Stock Exchange, Auckland

  • Garrard, C. W., M.A., Education Office, Auckland

  • George, G., Technical College, Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • George, Hon. S. T., St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell

  • Gerard, E., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Gilbert, T., Manukau Road, Parnell

  • Gilfillan, H., St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell

  • Girdler, Dr., Khyber Pass Road, Auckland

  • Gleeson, J. C., Selwyn Lodge, Parnell

  • Gleeson, P., Selwyn Lodge, Parnell

  • Goldie, D., Breakwater Road, Auckland

  • Gordon, H. A., Ranfurly Road, Epsom

  • Gorrie, H. T., care of A. Buckland and Sons, Albert Street, Auckland

  • Gould, A. M., care of Parr and Blomfield, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Graham, G., Tudor Street, Devonport

– 683 –
  • Graham, J. B., Tudor Street, Devonport

  • Grant, Miss J., M.A., Devonport

  • Gray, A., Smeeton's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland*

  • Gray, M. D., 93 Queen Street, Auckland

  • Gray, S., Mount Eden Borough Council Offices, Mount Eden

  • Gribbin, G., Nicholson and Gribbin, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Griffin, L. T., Museum, Auckland

  • Gunson, J. H., Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Gunson, R. W., Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Haddow, J. G., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Haines, H., F.R.C.S., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Hall, Edwin, Carlton Street, Hillsborough, Onehunga

  • Hamer, W. H., C.E., Harbour Board Offices, Auckland

  • Hanna, A., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Hansard, G. A., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Hansen, P. M., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Hardie, J. C., care of Hardie Bros., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Harding, A. E., Mangawhare, Northern Wairoa, Auckland

  • Hardy, C. J., 23 Hobson Park Road, Parnell

  • Hawkins, Rev. Archdeacon H. A., Remuera

  • Hay, Douglas, Stock Exchange, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Hay, D. A., Montpellier Nurseries, Remuera

  • Hazard, W. H., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Heath, H. W., Alfred Street, Auckland

  • Heather, H. D., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Herbert, T., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Hesketh, H. R., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Hesketh, S., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Holderness, D., Harbour Board Offices, Auckland

  • Holgate, Colonel, care of Northern Coal Company, Custom Street, Auckland

  • Horton, E., Herald Office, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Horton, H., Herald Office, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Houghton, C. V., New Zealand Shipping Company, Quay Street, Auckland

  • Hutchinson, G. R., care of Hutchinson Bros., Custom Street, Auckland

  • Hutchinson, W. E., Hobson Street, Auckland

  • Inglis, Dr. R. T., Maroondah, Ponsonby Road, Auckland

  • Jackson, J. H., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Jagger, A. T., care of Jagger and Harvey, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Jagger, Frank, Arney Road, Remuera

  • James, J. W., Mount Albert

  • Johnson, H. Dunbar, Mangauhenga, Te Aroha

  • Johnson, Professor J. C., University College, Auckland

  • Johnstone, Halliburton, Howick

  • Jones, H. W., Public School, Papakura

  • Kenderdine, J., Sale Street, Auckland

  • Kent, B., Gladstone Road, Parnell

  • Kent, G. S., St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell

  • Keyes, A., Birkenhead

  • Kronfeld, G., Custom Street, Auckland

  • Lamb, R. S., 55 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales

  • Lamb, S. E., B.Sc., University College, Auckland

  • Lancaster, F. L., University College, Auckland

  • Lang, Hon. F. W., M.P., Onehunga

  • Langguth, E., Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Larkin, H., Harbour Board Offices, Auckland

  • Leighton, F. W., High Street, Auckland

  • Lennox, J. M., Remuera

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  • Lennox, N. G., care of Auckland Institute, Auckland*

  • Lewis, Dr. T. H., Remuera

  • Leyland, W. B., care of Leyland and O'Brien, Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Leys, Cecil, Star Office, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Leys, T. W., Star Office, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Lindsay, Dr. P. A., O'Rorke Street, Auckland

  • Lloyd, Trevor, Herald Office, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Lunn, A. G., care of Collins Bros., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • McDowell, Dr. W. C., Remuera

  • Macfarlane, T., C.E., Victoria Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland

  • McGregor, M. G., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Mackay, J. G. H., Ellison Chambers, Queen Street, Auckland

  • McKenzie, Captain G., Devonport

  • McKenzie, Dr. Kenneth, O'Rorke Street, Auckland

  • Maclean, Murdoch, Mount Albert

  • Macmillan, C. C., care of Gibson Macmillan, Waingaro

  • McMurray, Rev. G., St. Mary's Vicarage, Parnell

  • McVeagh, R., care of Russell and Campbell, High Street, Auckland

  • Mahoney, E., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Mahoney, T., Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Mair, Captain G., Waiotapu, Rotorua

  • Mair, S. A. R., Hunterville, Wellington

  • Major, C. T., King's College, Remuera

  • Makgill, Dr. R. H., Public Health Office, Auckland

  • Marriner, H. A., New Zealand Insurance Company, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Marsack, Dr., care of Auckland Institute, Auckland

  • Martin, J., Victoria Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Mennie, J. M., Albert Street, Auckland

  • Metcalfe, H. H., C.E., Palmerston Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Miller, E. V., Chelsea, Auckland

  • Milnes, H. A. E., Training College, Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Milroy, S., Kauri Timber Company, Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Milsom, Dr. E. H. B., 18 Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland

  • Mitchelson, Hon. E., Waitaramoa, Remuera

  • Moore, J. E., Esplanade Road, Mount Eden

  • Morrison, A. R., Palmerston Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Morrison, W. B. A., Hobson Buildings, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Morton, E., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Morton, H. B., One Tree Hill, Epsom

  • Moss, E. G. B., Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Mowlem, A. M., National Insurance Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Mulgan, E. K., Education Office, Auckland

  • Myers, A. M., M.P., Campbell-Ehrenfried Company, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Napier, W. J., A.M.P. Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Nathan, D. L., care of L. D. Nathan and Co., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Nathan, N. A., care of L. D. Nathan and Co., Shortland Street, Auckland*

  • Nathan, S. J., Princes Street, Auckland

  • Neve, F., Technical College, Wellesley Street, Auckland

  • Newton, G. M., Herald Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Niccol, G., Custom Street West, Auckland

  • Nichol, J. W., 205 Victoria Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Nicholson, O., Imperial Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Oliphant, P., 24 Symonds Street, Auckland

  • Oliver, W. R. B., H.M. Customs, Auckland*

– 685 –
  • Osmond, G. B., Royal Insurance Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Owen, Professor G., University College, Auckland.

  • Pabst, Dr., Hobson's Buildings, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Parr. C. J., C.M.G., care of Parr and Blomfield, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Partridge, H. E., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Patterson, G. W. S., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Peacock, T., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Peak, A., care of Walker and Peak, Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Petrie, D., Rosmead, Epsom

  • Philson, W. W., care of Colonial Sugar Company, Quay Street, Auckland

  • Player, Dr. C. E., Birkenhead, Auckland

  • Pond, J. A., F.C.S., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Porter, A., care of E. Porter and Co., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Porter, Dr. A. H., Dominion Road, Mount Eden

  • Pountney, W. H., Commerce Street, Auckland

  • Powell, F. E., C.E., Ferry Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Price, E. A., care of Buchanan and Co., Albert Street, Auckland

  • Pryor, S. H., 26 Pencarrow Avenue, Mount Eden

  • Purchas, Dr. A. C., Carlton Gore Road, Auckland

  • Pycroft, A. T., Railway Offices, Auckland

  • Ralph, W. J., Princes Street, Auckland

  • Rangihiroa, Dr., Bay of Islands

  • Rawnsley, S., Quay Street, Auckland

  • Reid, J., 45 Fort Street, Auckland

  • Renshaw, F., care of Sharland and Co., Lorne Street, Auckland

  • Rhodes, C., Ronaki, Remuera

  • Robb, J., Victoria Avenue, Mount Eden

  • Roberton, A. B., Custom Street East, Auckland

  • Roberton, Dr. E., Market Road, Remuera

  • Robertson, Dr. Carrick, Alfred Street, Auckland

  • Roche, H., Horahora, near Cambridge Waikato

  • Rolfe, W., care of Sharland and Co., Lorne Street, Auckland

  • Rollett, F. C., Herald Office, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Rountree, S. G. Auckland Savings-bank, Queen Street, Auckland.

  • Savage, Dr. T. C., Princes Street, Auckland

  • Scott, Rev. D., The Manse, Onehunga

  • Segar, Professor H. W., M.A., Manukau Road, Parnell

  • Seegner, C., St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell

  • Shakespear, Mrs. R. H., Whangaparoa, near Auckland.

  • Shaw, F., Vermont Street, Ponsonby

  • Shaw, H., Vermont Street, Ponsonby

  • Shepherd, H. M., Birkenhead

  • Simmonds, Rev. J. H., Wesley Training College, Epsom

  • Simson, T., Mount St. John Avenue, Epsom

  • Sinclair, A., Kuranui, Symonds Street, Auckland

  • Sinclair, G., care of Pilkington and Co., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Skelton, A. E., care of Wynyard and Skelton, Fort Street, Auckland

  • Skelton, Hall, Watson's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Smallfield, Rev. P. S., Liverpool Street, Epsom

  • Smeeton, H. M., Binswood, View Road, Mount Eden

  • Smith, Captain James, Franklin Road, Ponsonby

  • Smith, H. G. Seth, Victoria Avenue, Remuera

  • Smith, S. Percy, F.R.G.S., New Plymouth*

  • Smith, W. Todd, Brooklands, Alfred Street, Auckland

  • Somerville, Dr. J., Alfred Street, Auckland

  • Somerville, J. M., Chelsea, Auckland

  • Spencer, Percy, Imperial Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

– 686 –
  • Spencer, W. C. C., Grafton Road, Auckland

  • Spragg, Wesley, Mount Albert

  • Stewart, James, care of Stewart Bros., Helensville

  • Stewart, John A., Kainga-tonu, Ranfurly Road, Epsom

  • Stewart, J. W., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Stewart, R. Leslie, care of Brown and Stewart, Swanson Street, Auckland

  • Streeter, S. C., Eden Street, Mount Eden

  • Strevens, J. L., care of F. L. Armitage, Gleeson's Buildings, High Street, Auckland

  • Swan, H. C., Henderson

  • Swanson, W., Church Street, Devonport

  • Talbot, Dr. A. G., A.M.P. Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Taylor, W., care of Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co., Albert Street, Auckland

  • Thomas, Professor A. P. W., Mountain Road, Epsom

  • Thornes, J., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Tibbs, J. W., M.A., Grammar School, Auckland

  • Tinne, H., Union Club, Trafalgar Square, London*

  • Tole, Hon J. A., K.C., Queen Street, Auckland*

  • Trounson, J., Northeote

  • Tunks, C. J., care of Jackson and Russell, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Upton, J. H., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Urquhart, A. T., Karaka, Drury

  • Vaile, E. E., Broadlands, Waiotapu

  • Vaile, H. E., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wade, H. L., Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wake, E., Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Walker, Professor Maxwell, University College, Auckland

  • Walker, S., Melrose, Devonport

  • Walklate, J. J., Electric Tram Company, Auckland

  • Wallace, T. F., Waihi Gold-mining Company, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Walters, J. R., Onslow Road, Kingsland, Auckland

  • Ward, Percy, Mountain Road, Remuera

  • Ware, W., Portland Road, Remuera

  • Watson, Rev. C. A. B., St. Paul's Vicarage, Auckland

  • Webster, J. D., Lower Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wells, T. U., Westbourne Road, Remuera

  • White, R. W., Wellington Street, Auckland

  • Whitley, W. S., Albert Street, Auckland

  • Williams, Right Rev. W. L., D.D., Napier

  • Wilson, Albert, St. Stephen's School, Parnell

  • Wilson, A. P., Victoria Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wilson, F. W., Herald Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wilson, H. Munro, C.E., Palmerston Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wilson, John, Portland Cement Company, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Wilson, J. M., Beach Road, Remuera

  • Wilson, Liston, Mountain Road, Remuera

  • Wilson, Martin, Rozelle, Lower Remuera

  • Wilson, R. M., Russell Road, Remuera

  • Wilson, W. R., Herald Office, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Wilton, G. W., Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Winkelmann, H., Victoria Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Winstone, F. B., Custom Street, Auckland

  • Winstone, G., Custom Street, Auckland

  • Wiseman, A., Hobson's Buildings, Shortland Street, Auckland

  • Wiseman, J. W., Albert Street, Auckland

– 687 –
  • Withy, E., care of Public Trustee, Auckland*

  • Woodward, W. E., Union Bank of Australia, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Woolcott, A. C., South British Insurance Company, Queen Street, Auckland

  • Worley, Professor F. P., University College, Auckland

  • Wright, R., care of A. B. Wright and Sons, Commerce Street, Auckland

  • Wyllie, A., C.E., Electrical Power Office, Breakwater Road, Auckland

  • Yates, E., Albert Street, Auckland

  • Young, J. L., care of Henderson and Macfarlane, Fort Street, Auckland

  • Young, Captain C. A., General Post Office, Auckland

Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.

  • Acland, Dr., 381 Montreal Street, Christchurch

  • Acland, H. D., 42 Park Terrace, Christchurch

  • Adams, T. W., Greendale

  • Aldridge, W. G., M.A., Technical College, 13 Barbadoes Street, Christchurch

  • Allison, H., care of Harman and Stevens, Christchurch

  • Amess, A. H. R., M.A., Collegiate School, Wanganui

  • Andersen, Johannes C., Assembly Library, Wellington

  • Anderson, Dr. C. Morton, 142 Worcester Street, Christchurch

  • Anderson, Gilbert, care of Bank of New Zealand, 1 Queen Victoria Street, London*

  • Archey, G. E., B.A., Canterbury Museum, Christchurch

  • Baker, T. N., care of Baker Bros., Manchester Street, Christchurch

  • Baughan, Miss B. E., Sumner

  • Beaven, A. W., care of Andrews and Beaven, Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch

  • Bell, N. M., M.A., Muspratt Laboratory, Liverpool, England

  • Berkeley, Miss F., 57 Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Bevan-Brown, C. E., M.A., Boys' High School, Christchurch

  • Bird, J. W., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Bishop, F. C. B., 101 Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Bishop, R. C., Gas Office, 77 Worcester Street, Christchurch

  • Blackburne, S. L., Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

  • Boag, T. D., Webb's Road, Bryndwyr

  • Booth, G. T., 14 Car yle Street, Sydenham

  • Borrie, Dr. F. J., 236 Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Bowen, Hon. Sir Charles C., F.R.G.S., Middleton

  • Bradley, Orton, Charteris Bay

  • Brittin, Guy, 146 Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Brock, W., M.A., Education Office, Christchurch

  • Brown, Professor Macmillan, M.A., LL.D., Holmbank, Cashmere Hills*

  • Bruce, H. A., Opawa

  • Buddo, Hon. D., M.P., Rangiora

  • Birks, L., B.Sc., care of Public Works Department, Christchurch

  • Bullen, Miss Gertrude, care of Mrs. Nixon, Harakeke Street, Christchurch

  • Burnett, T. D., Cave, South Canterbury

  • Chilton, Professor C., D.Sc., M.A., LL.D., M.B., F.L.S., Canterbury College*

  • Christensen, C. E., Hanmer

  • Clark, W. H., 100 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch

  • Cocks, Rev. P. J., B.A., St. John's Vicarage, Christchurch

[Footnote] * Life members.

– 688 –
  • Cocks, Miss, Colombo Road South, Christchurch

  • Coles, W. R., 256 Wilson's Road, Christchurch

  • Colee, W. C., M.A., Schoolhouse, Opawa

  • Corkill, F. M., B.Sc., Canterbury College

  • Cross, Miss B. D., M.A., Girls' High School, New Plymouth

  • Dash, Charles, 155 Norwood Street, Beckenham, Christchurch

  • Deans, J., Kirkstyle, Malvern

  • Denniston, Mr. Justice, 58 Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

  • Dobson, A. Dudley, M.Inst.C.E., City Council Office, Christchurch

  • Dorrien-Smith, Captain A., D.S.O., Tresco Abbey, Scilly, England

  • Dougall, J. J., 89 Worcester Street, Christchurch

  • Drummond, James, F.L.S., Lyttelton Times, Christchurch

  • English, R., F.C.S., M.I.M.E., Gas Office, 77 Worcester Street, Christchurch

  • Evans, Professor W.P., M.A., Ph.D., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Fairbairn, A., 53 Fendalton Road, Christchurch

  • Farr, Professor C. Coleridge, D.Sc., A.M.Inst.C.E., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Farrow, F. D., M.A., care of A. P. Farrow, Ensor's Road, Opawa

  • Ferrar, Mrs. H. T., “Merchiston,” Opawa

  • Finlayson, Miss, M.A., West Christchurch School, Lincoln Road, Christchurch

  • Firman, Henry, 95 River Road, Beckenham

  • Fletcher, T., Public School, Sydenham

  • Flower, A. E., M.A., M.Sc., Christ's College, Christchurch

  • Foster, T. S., M.A., 19 Cashel Street, Christchurch

  • Foweraker, C. E., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Gabbatt, Professor J. P., M.A., M.Sc., Canterbury College

  • Garton, W. W., Elmwood School, Christchurch

  • Gibson, Dr. F. Goulburn, 121 Papanui Road

  • Godby, M. H., Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Goss, W., Rossal Street, Fendalton

  • Gray, G., F.C.S., Lincoln

  • Grigg, J. C. N., Longbeach

  • Grimes, Rt. Rev. Bishop, D.D., Barbadoes Street, Christchurch

  • Gudex, M. C., M.A., B.Sc., Boys' High School, Christchurch

  • Hall, J. D., Middleton

  • Hall, Miss, Gloucester Street West, Christchurch

  • Hansford, G. D., 17 Surrey Street, Linwood Extension

  • Haynes, E. J., Canterbury Museum, Christchurch

  • Herring, E., 46 Paparoa Street, Papanui

  • Hight, Professor J., M.A., Litt.D., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Hilgendorf, F. W., M.A., D.Sc., Canterbury Agricultural College, Lincoln

  • Hill, Mrs. Carey, Papanui Road, Christchurch

  • Hitchings, F., 69 Durham Street, Sydenham

  • Hodgson, T. V., F.L.S., Science and Art Museum, Plymouth, England

  • Holloway, Rev. J., M.A., Oxford

  • Hogg, E. G., M.A., F.R.A.S., Christ's College, Christchurch

  • Hogg, H. R., M.A., F.Z.S., 13 St. Helen's Place, London, E.C.

  • Holland, H., 108 St. Asaph Street, Christchurch

  • Hughes, T., B.A., Geraldine

  • Humphreys, G., Fendalton Road, Fendalton

  • Hutton, Mrs., Gloucester Street, Christchurch

  • Ingram, John, 39 Mansfield Avenue, St. Albans, Christchurch

  • Irving, Dr. W., 56 Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Jackson, T. H., B.A., Boys' High School, Christchurch

  • Jameson, J. O., Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Jamieson, J., Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Jennings, L. S., M.Sc., B.A., Waitaki Boys' High School, Oamaru

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  • Kaye, A., 429 Durham Street, Christchurch

  • Kidson, E. R., M.Sc., Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.*

  • Kirkpatrick, W. D., Redcliffs, Sumner

  • Kitchingman, Miss, Hackthorne Road, Cashmere

  • Laing, R. M., M.A., B.Sc., Boys' High School, Christchurch

  • Lang, H., Christ's College, Christchurch

  • Lester, Dr. G., 2 Granmer Square, Christchurch

  • Louisson, Hon. C., M.L.C., 71 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

  • Macbeth, N. L., Canterbury Frozen Meat Company, Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • McBride, T. J., 15 St. Albans Street, Christchurch

  • MacGibbon, Dr. T. A., Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Macleod, D. B., M.A., B.Sc., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Marsh, H. E., Cashmere

  • Marshall, Mrs., New Brighton

  • Mayne, J. B., B.A., Cashmere Hills

  • Meares, H. O. D., Fendalton

  • Mills, Miss C. B., M.A., B.Sc., Technical College, Christchurch

  • Mollett, T. A. (address unknown)*

  • Morris, C. Barham, F.R.M.S., 78 Andover Street, Christchurch

  • Morrison, W. G., Hanmer

  • Murray-Aynsley, H. P., Clyde Road, Riccarton

  • Nairn, R., Lincoln Road, Spreydon

  • Newton, I. E., M.A., Technical College, Christchurch

  • Oliver, F. S., care of A. E. Craddock, Manchester Street, Christchurch

  • Olliver, Miss F. M., M.A., M.Sc., Waimate

  • Page, S., B.Sc., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Pairman, Dr., Governor's Bay

  • Pannett, J. A., Cashmere Hills

  • Poulson, John, Styx

  • Powell, P. H., M.Sc., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Purchas, A. C., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Purnell, C. W., Ashburton

  • Reece, W., Colombo Street, Christchurch

  • Relph, E. W., “Chilcombe,” Fendalton Road, Christchurch

  • Rhodes, A. E. G., B.A., Fendalton

  • Rhodes, Hon. Colonel R. Heaton, M.P., Tai Tapu

  • Robinson, W. F., F.R.G.S., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Ross, R. G., Telegraph Department, Wellington

  • Rowe, T. W., M.A., LL.B., 77 Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Seager, S. Hurst, F.R.I.B.A., Cathedral Square, Christchurch

  • Seth-Smith, B., 25 Stratford Street, Fendalton

  • Sheard, Miss F., M.A., B.Sc., Girls' High School, Christchurch

  • Sims, A., M.A., care of Sims, Cooper, and Co., Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Skey, H. F., B.Sc., Magnetic Observatory, Christchurch

  • Scott, Professor R. J., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Sloman, C. J., Crown Brewery, 38 St. Asaph Street, Christchurch

  • Snow, Colonel, Holmwood Road, Christchurch

  • Speight, R., M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S., Canterbury College, Christchurch

  • Stead, E. F., 347 Papanui Road, St. Albans

  • Stevenson, Dr. J., Fendalton

  • Stone, T., Lyttelton Times Office, Christchurch

  • Suter, Henry, 559 Hereford Street, Linwood

  • Symes, Dr. W. H., 176 Worcester Street, Christchurch*

  • Symes, Langford P., 20 May's Road, St. Albans

  • Tabart, Miss Rose, 97 Papanui Road, Christchurch

  • Taylor, A., M.A., M.R C.V.S., Canterbury Agricultural College, Lincoln

  • Taylor, G. J., 440 Madras Street, St. Albans

  • Thomas, Dr. W., 579 Colombo Street, Christchurch*

  • Tripp, C. H., M.A., Timaru*

– 690 –
  • Waller, F. D., B.A., West Christchurch District High School

  • Wallich, M. G., Manchester Street, Christchurch

  • Waymouth, Mrs., care of Mrs. R. M. Hughes, St. Buryan, S.O., Cornwall, England

  • Weston, G. T., B.A., LL.B., 173 Cashel Street, Christchurch

  • Whitaker, C. Godfrey, care of Booth, Macdonald, and Co., Carlyle Street, Christchurch

  • Whitehead, G., B.A., Boys' High School, Christchurch

  • Wigram, Hon. F., M.L.C., 1 Armagh Street, Christchurch

  • Wilding, Frank S., Hereford Street, Christchurch

  • Wilkins, C., Public School, Jerrold Street, Addington

  • Williams, C. J., M.Inst.C.E., Knowles Street, St. Albans

  • Wright, A. M., F.C.S., Box 617, Post-office, Christchurch

Otago Institute.

  • Allan, Dr. W., Mosgiel

  • Allen, Hon. James, M.P., Clyde Street

  • Allen, Dr. S. C., 220 High Street

  • Anscombe, E., 171 Princes Street

  • Balk, O., Driver Street, Maori Hill

  • Barnett, Dr. L. E., Stafford Street

  • Barr, Peter, 3 Montpellier Street

  • Batchelor, Dr. F. C., 368 George Street

  • Bathgate, Alexander, Neidpath Road, Mornington*

  • Beal. L. O., Stock Exchange Buildings, Princes Street

  • Bell, A. Dillon, Shag Valley*

  • Benham, Professor W. B., M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Museum

  • Black, Alexander, 82 Clyde Street*

  • Black, James, care of Cossens and Black

  • Boys-Smith, Professor, University

  • Braithwaite, Joseph, care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Brasch, H., 55 London Street

  • Bremner, James, 95 Princes Street

  • Brent, D., M.A., 19 New Street, Musselburgh*

  • Brent, H. C., Telegraph - office, Christchurch

  • Brown, W., 99 Clyde Street

  • Browne, Robert, Technical School, Hawera

  • Buchanan, N. L., 44 Bronte Street, Nelson*

  • Buckland, Mrs., Waikouaiti

  • Buddle, Dr. Roger, care of Buddle and Button, Wyndham Street, Auckland

  • Burt, Ross, care of A. and T. Burt (Limited)

  • Cameron, Dr. P. D., 145 Leith Street

  • Chamberlain, C. W., 6 Regent Road

  • Champtaloup, Dr. S. T., 6 Heriot Row

  • Chapman, C. R., 135 Town Belt, Roslyn

  • Chapman, Mr. Justice, Supreme Court, Christchurch

  • Chisholm, W. E., Telegraph-office

  • Church, Dr. R., High Street

  • Clarke, C. E., King Edward Road

  • Clarke, E. S., Woodhaugh

  • Collier, E. E., 30 Crawford Street

  • Colquhoun, Dr. D., High Street

  • Coombs, L. D., A.R.I.B.A. Stuart Street and Octagon

  • Crawford, W. J., 179 Walker Stree

  • Dalrymple, Rev. A. M., M.A., 65 District Road, Mornington

  • Davidson, R. E., Hawthorn Road, Mornington

  • Davies, G. W., 9 Gladstone Street, Belleknowes

  • Davies, O. V., 109 Princes Street

  • Davis, A., Test Room, Cumberland Street

  • De Beer, I. S., London Street

  • Drew, E. H., care of A. and T. Burt (Limited)

  • Duncan, P., “Tolcarne,” Maori Hill

  • Dutton, Rev. D., F.G.S., F.R.A.S., Caversham

  • Edgar, G. C., Market Street

[Footnote] * Life members.

– 691 –
  • Edgar, James, 144 York Place

  • Fairclough, Rev. P. W., F.R.A.S., Kaiapoi

  • Fels, W., 48 London Street*

  • Fenwick, Cuthbert, Stock Exchange

  • Fenwick, G., Otago Daily Times

  • Ferguson, Dr. H. L., 434 High Street

  • Fisher, T. R., Alexandra Street, St. Clair

  • Fitchett, Dr. F. W. B., Pitt Street

  • Frye, Charles, Gasworks, Caversham

  • Fulton, H. V., A. and P. Society, Crawford Street

  • Fulton, Dr. R. V., Pitt Street

  • Fulton, S. W., The Exchange, Collins Street, Melbourne*

  • Gall, N. W., care of John Chambers and Sons

  • Garrow, Professor J. M. E., LL.B., Victoria College, Wellington

  • Gibson, G. W., Silverton, Anderson's Bay

  • Gilkison, R., 14 Main Road, Northeast Valley

  • Glasgow, W. T., Dunblane Street, Roslyn

  • Goyen, P., F.L.S., 136 Highgate, Roslyn

  • Grave, W. G., M.A., care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Green, E. S., Education Office

  • Gully, G. S., care of J. Rattray and Sons

  • Guthrie, H. J., 426 Moray Place E.

  • Hall, Dr. A. J., Stuart Street

  • Hamilton, T. B., M.A., B.Sc., University

  • Hanlon, A. C., Pitt Street

  • Hart, H. E., Royal Terrace

  • Henderson, M. C., Electrical Engineer's Office, Market Street

  • Henton, J. W., 140 York Place

  • Hercus, G. R., 20 Albert Street

  • Hodgkinson, Miss E., 29 Serpentine Avenue

  • Hooper, B. B., A.R.I.B.A., A.M.P. Buildings

  • Hosking, Mr. Justice, Supreme Court, Wellington

  • Howes, Miss Edith, School, Gore

  • Howes, W. G., F.E.S., 432 George Street

  • Hungerford, J. T., Gasworks

  • Inglis, Professor J. K. H., M.A., D.Sc., F.I.C., University

  • Jack, Professor R., D.Sc., University

  • Jeffrey, J., Anderson's Bay

  • Joachim, G., Randall Street, Mornington

  • Johnson, J. T., 13 Littlebourne Road, Roslyn

  • Johnstone, J. A., Driver Street, Maori Hill

  • Jones, R. C., Dunblane Street, Roslyn

  • Kempthorne, T. W., Albert Street

  • Kerr, W. J., National Bank

  • King, Dr. F. Truby, Seacliff

  • Laing, John, 86 Queen Street

  • Lee, G. A., care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Lee, Robert, P.O. Box 363

  • Livingston, W., London Street

  • Loudon, John, 43 Crawford Street

  • Lough, F. J., 12 Queen's Drive, Musselburgh

  • Lusk, T. H., Black's Road, Opoho

  • McCurdie, W. D. R., Town Hall

  • Macdougall, W. P., jun., 642 George Street

  • McEnnis, J. E., Public Works Office

  • McEvoy, W. L., care of Museum, Dunedin

  • McGeorge, J. C., Eglinton Road, Mornington

  • McKellar, Dr. T. G., Pitt Street

  • McKerrow, James, F.R.A.S., 142 Ghuznee Street, Wellington

  • Mackie, A., Test Room, Cumberland Street

  • McKnight, Miss S., M.A., M.Sc., Girls High School

  • McLintock, R., 90 Princes Street

  • McRae, H., 23 City Road, Roslyn

  • Malcolm, Professor J., M.D., University

  • Mandeno, H., New Zealand Express Company's Buildings

  • Marriott, C. H., 170 Rattray Street

  • Marshall, Angus, B.A., Technical School

  • Marshall, Professor P., M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., University

  • Mason, J. B., Otago Harbour Board

  • Massey, Horatio, care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Megget, Alexander, Town Belt, Roslyn

  • Melland, E., Arthog Road, Hale, Cheshire, England

  • Miller, David, care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Milnes, J. W., 39 Lees Street

  • Mitchell, W. J., U.S.S. Company, Port Chalmers

  • Morrell, W. J., M.A., Boys' High School

  • Morris, J. Fairly, Port Chalmers

  • Munro, Watson, P.O. Box 519

  • Neill, W. T., Survey Office

  • Nevill, Rt. Rev. S. T., D.D., Bishopsgrove

  • Newlands, Dr. W., 12 London Street

  • Oakden, F., N.S.W. Cement, Lime, and Coal Company, Mutual Life Buildings, Sydney

  • Ogston, Dr. F., 236 High Street

  • O'Neill, Dr. E. J., 219 High Street

  • Orchiston, G. J., Test Room, Cumberland Street

  • Overton, T. R., Test Room, Cumberland Street

  • Park, Professor J., F.G.S., University

  • Parr, E. J., M.A., B.Sc., Boys' High School

  • Payne, F. W., 90 Princes Street

  • Petrie, D., M.A., F.L.S., Education Office, Auckland

  • Pickerill, Professor H. P., M.B., B.D.S., University

  • Poppelwell, D. L., Gore

  • Price, W. H., 55 Stuart Street

  • Reid, Donald, jun., Dowling Street

  • Richards, Professor D. J., M.A., University

  • Richardson, C. R. D., B.A., Education Office

  • Riley, Dr. F. R., Pitt Street

  • Ritchie, Dr. Russell, 400 George Street

  • Roberts, E. F., 128 Highgate Roslyn

  • Roberts, John, C.M.G., Littlebourne

  • Ross, H. I. M., Willis Street

  • Ross, T. C., care of Ross and Glendining (Limited)

  • Russell, G. Gray, care of Trustees, Executors, and Agency Company

  • Rutherford, R. W., Playfair Street, Caversham

  • Salmond, J. L., National Bank Buildings

  • Sandle, Captain S. G., Onslow House, St. Kilda

  • Sargood, Percy, “Marinoto,” Newington

  • Scott, J. H., Converter Station, Cumberland Street

  • Shacklock, J. B., Bayfield, Anderson's Bay

  • Shennan, Watson, 367 High Street

  • Shepherd, F. R., P.O. Box 361

  • Shortt, F. M., care of John Chambers and Sons

  • Sidey, John, Caversham

  • Sim, Mr. Justice, Musselburgh.

  • Simpson, F. A., care of John Chambers and Sons

  • Simpson, George, 98 Russell Street

  • Simpson, George, jun., 9 Gamma Street, Roslyn

  • Smith, C. S., Star Office

  • Smith, J. A., care of Rae Culpan, Custom Street W., Auckland

  • Smith, J. C., 196 Tay Street, Invercargill

  • Solomon, S., K.C., 114 Princess Street

  • Somerville, W. G., 18 Leven Street, Roslyn

  • Stark, E. E., B.Sc., City Engineer's Office, Christchurch

  • Stark, James, care of Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co.

  • Statham, F. H., A.O.S.M., 26 Dowling Street

  • Stewart, R. T., 21 Gamma Street, Roslyn

  • Stewart, W. D., M.P., LL.B., 62 Heriot Row

  • Stout, Sir Robert, K.C.M.G., Wellington

  • Symes, H., Hill Street, Mornington

  • Tannock, D., Botanical Gardens

  • Theomin, D., 42 Royal Terrace

  • Thompson, G. E., M.A., care of Museum, Dunedin

  • Thompson, R. S., Harbour Board, Patea

  • Thomson, G. M., F.L.S., 5 Sheen Street, Roslyn

  • Thomson, T., Ngaruahia, Mangere

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  • Turner, G., care of Turnbull and Jones

  • Uttley, G. H., M.A., M.Sc., Presbyterian Ladies' College, East Melbourne

  • Vanes, R. N., A.R.I.B.A., National Bank Chambers

  • Walden, E. W., 12 Dowling Street

  • Wales, P. Y., 2 Crawford Street

  • Walker, A., Lloyd's Surveyor, Wellington

  • Waters, Professor D. B., A.O.S.M., University

  • White, Professor D. R., M.A., 83 St. David Street

  • Whitson, T. W., 584 George Street

  • Whyte, W. J., care of Joseph Sparrow and Sons

  • Williams, Sir Joshua S., M.A., LL.D., K.C.M.G., Supreme Court

  • Williamson, W. J., 27 Octagon

  • Wilson, W. S., 132 Bond Street

  • Young, Dr. James, Don Street, Invercargill

Hawke's bay Philosophical Institute.

  • Andrews, E. W., B.A., Napier

  • Antill, H. W., Kumeroa

  • Armstrong, C. E., Gisborne

  • Asher, Rev. J. A., Napier

  • Bernau, Dr. H. F., Napier

  • Boyd, G. G., Market Street, Hastings

  • Bull, Harry, Gisborne

  • Burnett, H., Woodville

  • Chambers, Bernard, Te Mata

  • Chambers, J., Mokopeka, Hastings

  • Clark, Gilbert, Neave Road, Taradale

  • Clark, Thomas, Eskdale

  • Coe, J. W., Napier

  • Cooper, S. E., Napier

  • Cornford, Cecil, Napier

  • Craig, J. Wilson, Napier*

  • Dinwiddie, P., Napier

  • Dinwiddie, W., Napier

  • Donnelly, G. P., Napier

  • Duncan, Russell, Napier

  • Edgar, Dr. J. J., Napier

  • Edmundson, J. H., Napier

  • Fitzgerald, J., Napier

  • Fossey, W., Napier

  • Grant, M. R., Napier

  • Guthrie-Smith, H., Tutira

  • Harding, J. W., Mount Vernon, Waipukurau

  • Heaton, F., M.A., B.Sc., Napier

  • Henderson, E. H., Te Araroa

  • Henley, Dr. E. A. W., Napier

  • Hill, H., B.A., F.G.S., Napier

  • Hislop, J., Napier*

  • Holdsworth, J., Havelock North

  • Humphrey, E. J., Puketapu

  • Hutchinson, F., jun., Rissington

  • Hyde, Thomas, Napier

  • Kennedy, C. D., Napier

  • Kerr, W., M.A., Napier

  • Large, J. S., Napier*

  • Large, Miss, Napier

  • Leahy, Dr. J. P., Napier

  • Lee, H. W., Napier

  • Loten, E. G., Napier

  • Lowry, T. H., Okawa

  • McLean, R. D. D., Napier

  • Mayne, Rev. Canon, Napier

  • Matthews, E. G., Gisborne

  • Metcalfe, W. F., Kiritaki, Port Awanui

  • Moore, Dr. T. C., Napier

  • Morris, W., Hastings

  • Murphy, W., Woodlands Road, Woodville

  • Niven, J., M.A., M.Sc., Napier

  • Oates, William, J.P., Tokomaru Bay

  • Ormond, Hon. J. D., M.L.C., Napier

  • O'Ryan, W., Waipiro Bay

  • Piper, G. M., Pakowhai

  • Poole, M. P. Loftus, Tupuroa Bay East Coast

  • Richards, Rev. T. R., Napier

  • Sinclair, G. K., Mahora, Hastings

[Footnote] * Life members.

– 694 –
  • Sheath, J. H., Napier

  • Sherwood, T. E., Makarika, Waipiro Bay

  • Skinner, W. H., Napier

  • Smart, D. L., Napier

  • Smith, J. H., Olrig*

  • Smith, W., B.A., Pakipaki

  • Spencer, Miss, M.A., Rissington

  • Stephenson, A., Woodville

  • Strachan, D., M.A., Napier

  • Tanner, T., Havelock North

  • Thomson, J. P., Napier

  • Tiffen, G. W., Aberdeen Road, Gisborne

  • Townley, J., Gisborne

  • Townson, W., Pukekohe, Auckland

  • Whyte, D., Hastings

  • Williams, F. W., Napier

  • Williams, J. N., Frimley', Hastings

  • Williams, Rev. H., Gisborne

Nelson Institute.

  • Bett, Dr. F. A., Trafalgar Square

  • Boor, Dr. L., Alton Street

  • Cooke, Miss, Examiner Street

  • Cooke, W. R., Hardy Street

  • Crawford, A. G., Scotland Street

  • Curtis, H. R., Bronte Street

  • Dimant, J., Trafalgar Street

  • Duncan, H. R., Hardy Street

  • Fell, C. Richmond, Brougham Street

  • Field, T. A. H., M.P., Ngatitama Street

  • Gibbs, F. G., Collingwood Street

  • Glasgow, J., Trafalgar Street

  • Graham, Mrs. C., Bridge Street

  • Harley, Charles J., Milton Street

  • Hornsby, J. P., Weka Street

  • Jackson, R. B., Examiner Street

  • Knapp, F. V., Alfred Street

  • Lancaster, G. J., M.A., B.Sc., Nelson College

  • Morley, E. L., Waimea Street

  • Mules, Bishop, Trafalgar Square

  • Redgrave, F. B., Hardy Street

  • Short, William, Examiner Street

  • Snodgrass, W. W., Hardy Street

  • Taylor, Joseph, Haven Road

  • Thompson, F. A., Commissioner of Crown Lands, Government Buildings

  • Ward, W. T., Chief Postmaster

  • Washbourn, H. P., The Port

  • Whitwell, F., Drumduan, Wakapuaka

  • Wise, G. R., care of Pitt and Moore, Solicitors, Nelson

  • Worley, W. F., Trafalgar Street South

Manawatu Philosophical Society.

  • Akers, H., Duke Street

  • Armstrong, E. J., C.E., The Square

  • Barnicoat, J. L., Union Bank

  • Batchelar, J. O., Willow Bank

  • Baylis, G. de S., Department of Agriculture

  • Beale, J. Bruce, The Square

  • Bendall, W. E., College Street

  • Bett, Dr., M.B., Ch. B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C P., Broad Street

  • Buick, D., M.P., Cloverlea

  • Cohen, M., Broad Street

  • Colquhoun, A. J., M.Sc., High School

  • Cooke, F. H., The Square

  • Doull, Rev. A., M.A., Church Street

  • Drake, A., Manakau

  • Eliott, M. A., The Square

  • Gardner, R., Terrace End

  • Gerrand, J. B., The Square

  • Graham, A. J., The Square

  • Greer, S., Broad Street

  • Hankins, J. H., Main Street

  • Hannay, A., care of Manson and Barr

  • Haslam, Rev. F. W., Cuba Street

  • Hodder, T. R., Rangitikei Street

  • Ironside, Miss, M.A., High School

  • Johnston, J. Goring, Oakhurst

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  • Low, D. W., College Street

  • McNab, R., M. P., Lit. D., F.R.G.S., Palmerston North

  • Manson, T., Rangitikei Street

  • Martin, Dr. A. A., M.D., Ch.M., Fitzherbert Street

  • Morgan, A. H., M.A., High School

  • Mounsey, J., Rangitikei Street

  • Murray, J., M.A., High School

  • Natusch, C. A., Church Street

  • Park, W., F.R.H.S., The Square

  • Peach, Dr., M.B., C.M., Broad Street

  • Poynton, J. W., S.M., Featherston Street

  • Primmer, Captain J. H., North Street

  • Rainforth, J., Balt Street

  • Robertson, J., Rangitikei Street

  • Both, C., Rongotea

  • Salmon, C. T., Assoc. in Eng., Rangitikei Street

  • Scott, G. J., The Square

  • Sinclair, D., C.E., Terrace End

  • Smith, W. W., The Square

  • Smith, W. W., F.E.S., New Plymouth

  • Stevens, J., Church Street

  • Stowe, Dr. W. R., M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., Linton Street

  • Sutherland, A., Boundary Road

  • Taplin, C. N., George Street

  • Vernon, J. E., M.A., B.Sc., High School

  • Waldegrave, C. E., Broad Street

  • Welch, W., F.R.G.S., Mosman's Bay, N.S.W.*

  • Williams, G., Farmer, Sandon

  • Wilson, K., M.A., Rangitikei Street*

  • Wollerman, H., Fitzherbert Street

  • Young, H. L., Cuba Street

  • Wanganui Philosophical Society.

  • Allison, Alexander

  • Allison, Thomas

  • Armour, W. A., M.A., M.Sc.

  • Atkinson, W. E.

  • Ball, J.

  • Basset, W. G.

  • Battle, T. H.

  • Bourne, F., F.I.A.N.Z.

  • Braik, G. D., M.A.

  • Brown, C. M. Bevan, B.A.

  • Brown, C. P., M.A., LL.B.

  • Burnett, J. H.

  • Cave, Norman

  • Clark, E. H.

  • Cohen, Louis, M.A.

  • Crichton, James

  • Grow, E.

  • Gruickshank, Miss, M.A., M.Sc.

  • Currie, Miss J. R., M.A.

  • D'Arcy, W. A.

  • Downes, T. W.

  • Dunkley, R., F.I.A.N.Z.

  • Dunn, Richmond

  • Enderby, H. H.

  • Ford, C. R., F.R.G.S.

  • Gibbons, Hope

  • Gordon, Miss

  • Hall, William

  • Hatherly, Henry R., M.R.C.S.

  • Helm, H. M.

  • Hesse, H. W., B.A., B.Sc., F.L.S.

  • Hill, W. S., B. Agric.

  • Hutchison, George

  • Hutton, C. C., M.A.

  • Innes, C. B., M.D.

  • Jack, Judge J. B.

  • Jones, Lloyd

  • Kerr, William, S. M.

  • Latter, Hugh, M.A.

  • Liffiton, E. N.

  • McBeth, J. D. W.

  • McFarlane, D.

  • Mackay, C. E.

  • Muir, A. G., B.Sc.

  • Murdoch, R.

  • Murray, J. B.

  • Neame, J. A., M.A.

  • Nixon, A. E. T.

  • Payne, H. M.

  • Peck, F. L.

[Footnote] * Life members.

– 696 –
  • Polson, D. G.

  • Prowse, W. A.

  • Ritchie, David, M.A.

  • Robinson, Allan

  • Saywell, T. R.

  • Spurdle, M.

  • Staveley, N. C., C.E.

  • Sturge, H. E., M.A.

  • Talboys, F. P.

  • Thompson, H. H.

  • Ward, J. T.

  • Watson, H. B., M.A.

  • Watt, J. P., B.A., LL.B.

  • Watt, M. N., F.E.S.

  • Wild, L. J., M.A., F.G.S.

  • Williamson, J. P.

  • Wilson, Alexander, M.D.

– 697 –

List of Institutions.

To Which
The Publications of the Institute are Presented by the Governors of the New Zealand Institute.

Honorary Members of the New Zealand Institute, 30.
New Zealand.
  • Cabinet, The Members of, Wellington.

  • Executive Library, Wellington.

  • Free Public Library, Auckland.

  • Free Public Library, Auckland.

  • "Christchurch.

  • "Dunedin.

  • "Wellington.

  • Government Printer and publishing staff (6 copies).

  • Library, Auckland Institute, Auckland.

  • "Auckland Museum, Auckland.

  • "Biological Laboratory, Canterbury College, Christchurch.

  • "Biological Laboratory, University College, Auckland.

  • "Biological Laboratory, University of Otago, Dunedin.

  • "Biological Laboratory, Victoria College, Wellington.

  • "Canterbury Museum, Christchurch.

  • "Dunedin Athenæum.

  • "General Assembly, Wellington (2 copies).

  • "Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute, Napier.

  • "Manawatu Philosophical Society, Palmerston North.

  • "Nelson College.

  • "Nelson Institute, Nelson.

  • "New Zealand Geological Survey.

  • "New Zealand Institute of Surveyors.

  • "New Zealand Institute, Wellington.

  • "Otago Institute, Dunedin.

  • "Otago Museum, Dunedin.

  • "Otago School of Mines, Dunedin.

  • "Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, Christchurch.

  • "Polynesian Society, New Plymouth.

  • "Portobello Fish-hatchery, Dunedin.

  • "Reefton School of Mines.

  • "Thames School of Mines.

  • "University College, Auckland.

  • "University College, Christchurch.

  • "University of Otago, Dunedin.

  • "Victoria College, Wellington.

  • "Wanganui Museum.

  • "Wellington Philosophical Society.

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Great Britain.

  • Bodleian Library, Oxford University.

  • British Association for the Advancement of Science, London.

  • British Museum Library, London.

  • " Natural History Department, South Kensington, London S.W.

  • Cambridge Philosophical Society, Cambridge University.

  • Colonial Office, London.

  • Clifton College, Bristol, England. Geological Magazine, London.

  • Geological Society, Edinburgh.

  • "London.

  • Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, London.

  • High Commissioner for New Zealand, London.

  • Imperial Institute, London.

  • Institution of Civil Engineers, London.

  • International Catalogue of Scientific Literature, 34 Southampton Street, Strand, London.

  • Leeds Geological Association, Sunnyside, Crossgate, Leeds:

  • Linnean Society, London.

  • Literary and Philosophical Society, Liverpool.

  • Liverpool Biological Society.

  • Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Plymouth.

  • Natural History Society, Glasgow. Nature, The Editor of, London.

  • Norfolk and Norwich Naturalist Society, Norwich.

  • North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

  • Patent Office Library, 25 Southampton Street, London W.C.

  • Philosophical Society of Glasgow.

  • Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 59 Great Russell Street, London W.C.

  • Royal Botanic Garden Library, Edinburgh.

  • Royal Colonial Institute, London.

  • Royal Geographical Society, 1 Savile Row, London W.

  • Royal Institution, Liverpool.

  • Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.

  • Royal Physical Society, Edinburgh.

  • Royal Society, Dublin.

  • Royal Society

  • "Edinburgh.

  • "London.

  • Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom, London.

  • Royal Statistical Society, London.

  • University Library, Cambridge, England.

  • University Library

  • " Edinburgh.

  • Victoria College, Manchester.

  • Victoria Institute, London

  • William Wesley and Son, London (Agents).

  • Zoological Society, London.

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British North America.

  • Canadian Institute, Toronto.

  • Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada, Ottawa.

  • Hamilton Scientific Association, Hamilton, Canada.

  • Institute of Jamaica, Kingston.

  • Natural History Society of New Brunswick, St. John's.

  • Nova-Scotian Institute of Natural Science, Halifax.

South Africa.

  • Free Public Library, Cape Town.

  • South African Association for the Advancement of Science, Cape Town

  • South African Museum, Cape Town.

  • Rhodesia Museum, Bulawayo, South Africa.

India.

  • Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta.

  • Colombo Museum, Ceylon.

  • Geological Survey of India, Calcutta.

  • Natural History Society, Bombay.

  • Raffles Museum, Singapore.

Queensland.

  • Geological Survey Office, Brisbane.

  • Queensland Museum, Brisbane.

  • Royal Society of Queensland, Brisbane.

New South Wales.

  • Agricultural Department, Sydney.

  • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, Sydney.

  • Australian Museum Library, Sydney.

  • Department of Mines, Sydney.

  • Engineering Association of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • Engineering Institute of New South Wales, Watt Street, Newcastle.

  • Library, Botanic Gardens, Sydney.

  • Linnean Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • Public Library, Sydney.

  • Royal Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • University Library, Sydney.

Victoria.

  • Australian Institute of Mining Engineers, Melbourne.

  • Field Naturalists' Club, Melbourne.

  • Geological Survey of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • Legislative Library, Melbourne.

  • Public Library, Melbourne.

  • Royal Society of Victoria, Melbourne.

  • University Library, Melbourne.

Tasmania.

  • Public Library of Tasmania, Hobart.

  • Royal Society of Tasmania, Hobart

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    South Australia.

    • Public Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

    • Royal Society of South Australia, Adelaide.

    • University Library, Adelaide.

    Western Australia.

    • Government Geologist, Perth.

    Russia.

    • Finskoie Uchonoie Obshchestvo (Finnish Scientific Society), Helsingfors.

    • Imper. Moskofskoie Obshchestvo Iestestvo - Ispytatelei (Imperial Moscow Society of Naturalists).

    • Kiefskoie Obshchestvo Iestestvo-Ispytatelei (Kief Society of Naturalists).

    Norway.

    • Bergens Museum, Bergen.

    • University of Christiania.

    Sweden.

    • Geological Survey of Sweden, Stockholm.

    • Royal Academy of Science, Stockholm.

    Denmark.

    • Natural History Society of Copenhagen.

    • Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Literature of Copenhagen.

    Germany.

    • Botanischer Verein der Provinz Brandenburg, Berlin.

    • Königliche Bibliothek, Berlin.

    • Königliche Physikalisch-Oekonomische Gesellschaft, Königsberg, E. Prussia.

    • Königliches Zoologisches und Anthropologisch - Ethnographisches Museum, Dresden.

    • Naturhistorischer Verein, Bonn.

    • Naturhistorischer Museum, Hamburg.

    • Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein, Bremen.

    • Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein, Frankfort-an-der-Oder.

    • Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum (Städtisches Museum für Völkerkunde), Cologne.

    • Redaction des Biologischen Central-Blatts, Erlangen.

    • Senckenbergische Naturforschende Gesellschaft, Frankfort-am-Main.

    • Verein für Vaterländische Naturkunde in Wurttemburg, Stuttgart.

    • Zoological Society, Berlin.

    Austria.

    • K.K. Central-Anstalt für Meteorologie und Erdmagnetismus, Vienna.

    • K.K. Geologische Reichsanstalt, Vienna.

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      Belgium and the Netherlands.

      • Musée Teyler, Haarlem.

      • Académie Royal des Sciences, des Lettres, et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels.

      • La Société Royale de Botanique de Belgique, Brussels.

      • Netherlands Entomological Society, Rotterdam.

      Switzerland.

      • Naturforschende Gesellschaft (Société des Sciences Naturelles), Bern.

      France.

      • Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.

      • Musée d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris.

      • Société Zoologique de France, Paris.

      Italy.

      • Biblioteca ed Archivio Tecnico, Rome.

      • Museo di Zoologia e di Anatomia Comparata della R. Universita, Turin.

      • Orto e Museo Botanico (R. Instituto di Studi Superiori), Florence.

      • R. Accademia di Scienze, Lettre, ed Arti, Modena.

      • R. Accademia dei Lincei, Rome.

      • Stazione Zoologica di Napoli, Naples.

      • Società Africana d'Italia, Naples.

      • Società Geografica Italiana, Rome.

      • Società Toscana di Scienze Naturali, Pisa.

      United States of America.

      • Academy of Natural Sciences, Buffalo, State of New York.

      • Academy of Natural Sciences Davenport, Iowa.

      • " Library, Philadelphia.

      • " San Francisco.

      • American Geographical Society, New York.

      • American Institute of Mining Engineers, Philadelphia.

      • American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

      • Boston Society of Natural History.

      • Connecticut Academy, New Haven.

      • Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.

      • Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.

      • Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.

      • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

      • Leland Stanford University, California.

      • Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis, Mo.

      • Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

      • National Geographical Society, Washington, D.C.

      • New York Academy of Sciences.

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      • Philippine Museum, Manila.

      • Rochester Academy of Sciences.

      • Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

      • Stanford University, California.

      • Tufts College, Massachusetts.

      • United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

      • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

      • University of Montana, Missoula.

      • Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia.

      • Washington Academy of Sciences.

      Brazil.
      • Museo Paulista, Sao Paulo.

      • Escola de Minas, Rio de Janeiro.

      Argentine Republic.
      • Sociedad Cientifica Argentina, Buenos Ayres.

      Uruguay.
      • Museo Nacional, Monte Video.

      Japan.
      • College of Science, Imperial University of Japan, Tokyo.

      Hawaii.
      • Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu.

      • National Library, Honolulu.

      Java.
      • Society of Natural Science, Batavia.