Cockayne Memorial Committee.
Standing Committee meeting, 28th November, 1934. Abstract of minute:—
“Memorial to the late Dr L. Cockayne: It was reported that the Mayor of Wellington had called a meeting to discuss the setting up of a memorial to the late Dr Cockayne, and that a committee had been formed with Mr Aston as convener to recommend some form of memorial.
“It was decided to set up a committee of the Royal Society of New Zealand to recommend some scheme along the lines of the Hector and the Hutton memorials, the members of the committee to be Mr Aston (convener), Dr Oliver, and Mr Hudson.”
In pursuance of the above minute, at a meeting in Mr Aston's office, at which Dr Oliver, Mr Hudson, and Mr Aston were present, the following report was agreed to and referred to the Standing Committee for action.
At a meeting of the Standing Committee held on the 20th February, 1935, it was resolved to adopt the report provisionally and to circulate it to the member bodies.