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CONSTITUTION, LIST OF OFFICERS, MEMBERS, ETC.,

OF THE

AMERICAN SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION.

CONSTITUTION.

CIATION

I. This Society shall be called the AMERICAN SOCIAL SCIENCE Asso

II. Its objects shall be classified in five departments: the first, of Educa. tion; the second, of Health; the third, of Trade and Finance; the fourth, of Social Economy; the fifth, of Jurisprudeuce.

III. It shall be administered by a President, as many honorary Vice-Presidents as may be chosen, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and a Council, charged with general supervision; five Department Committees, established by the Council, charged with the supervision of their respective departments; and such Local Committees as may be established by the Council at different points, to serve as branch associations. The Council shall consist of the President, Treasurer, and Secretary, the Chairman and Secretary of each Department, and ten Directors, with power to fill

vacancies and to make their own By-Laws. The President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Chairman, and Secretaries of Departments, and Directors shall be chosen annually by members of the Association, and shall hold office till their successors are chosen. The President, or, in his absence, a Director, shall be Chairman of the Council. The Chairman of the Local Committees shall be chosen at the pleasure of their respective committees. Whenever a Branch Association shall be organized and recognized as such by the Council, its President shall be ex-officio one of the Vice-Presidents of the American Association, and, together with the Secretary and Treasurer, shall be entitled to all the privileges of membership in that Association; and, whenever a Local Department shall be organized and recognized as such by the Council, its chairman shall become ex-officio a member of the parent Association. The Chairman and Secretary of each Department, with the consent of the President of the Association, may appoint such special Department Committees as they may think best. The General Secretary shall be elected for three years, unless he resigns or is removed by a two-thirds' vote of the members present and voting in a regular meeting of the Council; and, out of his compensation, he may pay the salary of an Assistant Secretary, who may also be Secretary of one Department.

IV. Any person may become a member by paying five dollars, and may continue a member by paying annually such further sum as may be fixed at the Annual Meeting, not exceeding ten dollars. On payment of one hundred dollars, any person may become a life member, exempt from assessments. Honorary and corresponding members may be elected, and exempted from the payment of assessments.

V. The Council shall have sole power to call and conduct General Meetings, and to publish the Transactions and other documents of the Association. The Department Committee shall have power to call and conduct Department Meetings.

VI. No amendment of this Constitution shall be made, except at an annual meeting, with public notice of the proposed amendment.

(Founded in 1885.)

OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.

1889-90.

President, ANDREW DICKSON WHITE, Ithaca, N.Y.

First Vice-President, CARROLL D. Wright, Washington, D.C.

Vice-Presidents. FRANCIS WAYLAND, New Haven, Ct.

John EATON, Marietta, Ohio.
DANIEL C. GILMAN, Baltimore, Md.

GRACE PECKHAM, M.D., New York.
MARTIN B. ANDERSON, Rochester, N.Y. Henry B. BAKER, Lansing, Mich.
WILLIAM T. Harris, Washington, D.C. W. H. DAVIS, Cincinnati.
RUFUS KING, Cincinnati.

PLINY EARLE, Northampton, Mass.
Mrs. JOHN E. Lodge, Boston.

HENRY VILLARD, New York.
Lucy M. HALL, M.D., Brooklyn, N.Y. HUGH THOMPSON, Washington, D.C.
Mrs. CAROLINE H. DALL, Washington, D.C. John M. GREGORY, Washington, D.C.
E. BENJAMIN ANDREWS, Providence, R.I., R. A. HOLLAND, St. Louis, Mo.

General Secretary, F. B. SANBORN, Concord, Mass.

Treasurer, ANSON Phelps Stokes, 54 Wall St., New York.

Dorman B. EATON, New York.
CHARLES A. PEABODY, New York.
F. J. KINGSBURY, Waterbury, Conn.
T. W. HIGGINSON, Cambridge.
John W. CARTER, Boston.

Directors.

H. L. WAYLAND, Philadelphia.
John L. MilliGAN, Allegheny, Pa.
GEORGE W. Cable, Northampton, Mass.
DANIEL H. CHAMBERLAIN, New York.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, New York.

Department Officers. I. Education.- E. M. Gallaudet, Washington, Chairman; HORACE G. Wadlin, Boston, Secretary.

II. Health.-H. HOLBROOK Curtis, M.D., 29 W. 30th St., New York, Chairman; FREDERICK PETERSON, M.D., 201 W. 54th St., New York, Secretary.

III. Finance.- John P. TowNSEND, 53 E. 54th St., New York, Chair man; SETH S. TERRY, 45 William St., New York, Secretary.

IV. Social Economy. - F. B. SANBORN, Concord, Chairman; Rev. JOHN GRAHAM BROOKS, Brockton, Mass., Secretary.

V. Jurisprudence.- Prof. Francis WAYLAND, New Haven, Chairman; Prof. William K. TOWNSEND, New Haven, Secretary.

Executive Committee. A. D. White, President; F. B. SANBORN, General Secretary; ANSON Phelps Stokes, Treasurer ; H. G. Wadlin, Education Secretary; Dr. F. PETERSON, Health Secretary; Prof. Francis WAYLAND, Jurisprudence Chairman; John P. TOWNSEND, Finance Chair. man; Rev. J. G. Brooks, Social Economy Secretary.

DEPARTMENT COMMITTEES, 1889-90. Education Department.— Dr. E. M. Gallaudet, Washington, D.C.; Dr. S. F. Scovel, Wooster, Ohio; T. W. Higginson, Cambridge, Mass. ; Professor W. T. Harris, Washington, D.C.; Justin Winsor, Cambridge, Mass.; Richard T. Auchmuty, New York; Professor Alpheus Hyatt, Boston; Louis F. Soldan, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. G. H. Palmer, Cambridge, Mass.; Professor W. H. Payne, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Miss Marian Talbot, Walter S. Parker, Horace G. Wadlin, Boston.

Health Department.- H. Holbrook Curtis, M.D., New York; E. M. Hunt, M.D., Metuchen, N.J.; Walter Channing, M.D., Boston; D. F. Lincoln, M.D., Boston; W. Gill Wylie, M.D., New York; Professor W. H. Brewer, New Haven, Conn.; George E. Waring, Jr., Newport, R.I.; J. S. Billings, M.D., Washington, D.C.; Henry B. Baker, M.D., Lansing, Mich.; E. C. Seguin, M D., New York; Mary Putnam-Jacobi, M.D., New York; Lucy M. Hall, M.D., Brooklyn, N.Y.; Grace Peckham, M.D., New York; B. Sachs, M.D., New York; Dr. Titus Munson Coan, New York; A. N. Bell, M.D., Brooklyn; Allen McLane Hamilton, M.D., New York; Cyrus Edson, M.D., New York ; Professor Charles Doremus, New York; Frederick Peterson, M.D., 201 West 54th Street, New York.

Finance Department.— Jno. P. Townsend, 53 East 54th Street, New York; William L. Trenholm, New York; David J. Hill, Rochester, N.Y.; George S. Coe, New York; Francis A. Walker, Boston; Edward Atkinson, Boston; Professor H. W. Farnam, New Haven, Conn.; Professor Henry C. Adams, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Gamaliel Bradford, Boston; W. M. Ivins, New York; J. Sloat Fassett, Elmira, N.Y.; Martin W. Cooke, Rochester, N.Y.; Professor E. J. James, W. Philadelphia ; Robert P. Porter, Washington, D.C.; Joseph Wright, Cincinnati; Professor J. W. Jenks, Galesburg, Ill.; C. C. Jones, Au

gusta, Ga.

Social Economy Department. – F. B. Sanborn, Concord, Mass. ; Carroll D. Wright, Washington, D.C.; Robert Treat Paine, Boston; Rev. Washington Gladden, Columbus, Ohio; Charles L. Brace, New York; Rev. John L. Milligan, Allegheny, Pa.; Mrs. Clara T. Leonard, Springfield, Mass.; Miss Mary M. Cohen, Philadelphia; William D. Howells, New York; Miss Grace E. Dodge, New York; Miss Anna L. Dawes, Pittsfield, Mass.; Dr. Andrew D. White, Ithaca, N.Y.; Professor E. J. James, Philadelphia ; Rev. J. G. Brooks, Brockton, Mass.

Jurisprudence Department. Professor Francis Wayland, New Haven, Conn.; Hon. C. C. Bonney, Chicago, Ill. ; Charles A. Peabody, New York; Professor Henry Hitchcock, St. Louis, Mo.; Rufus King, Cincinnati; Professor Carleton Hunt, New Orleans; Professor T. W. Dwight, New York; F. L. Wayland, Philadelphia; B. H. Bristow, New York; Emerson Etheridge, Dresden, Tenn.; C. J. Bonaparte, Baltimore; Theodore Bacon, Rochester, N.Y.; Theodore S. Woolsey, Professor William K. Townsend, New Haven, Conn.

MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.

[All Officers are ex-officio members of the Association ; but persons serving on the Department Committees may or may not be members of the Association. In this present list, the annual members are given alphabetically, without reference to States; then the life members follow, classified by States; and, finally, the honorary and corresponding members. The only distinction between honorary and corresponding members is that the former reside in the United States, the latter in foreign countries. It is a rule of the Association to drop from the list of annual members those who have not paid their assessment for two years, but members so dropped can be restored to the list by paying their arrears. If former members do not find their names on the list as it now stands, it will generally be for the reason just mentioned.

No List of Members of the Association, as printed, can ever be quite complete, so many changes occur by death and withdrawal, the accession of new members, etc. The following list is as complete as the Secretary could make it up to Feb. 1, 1890; but, no doubt, the addresses of several members are wrong, and there are instances of names misprinted, etc., of which the Secretary will thank any person to notify him when the fact is observed.]

ANNUAL MEMBERS.

Adams, Mrs. Florence J., 286 Huron

St., Chicago.
Adams, W. Irving, 423 Broome St.,

New York City:
Amory, Wm., 41 Beacon St., Boston.
Anderson, Rev. J., Waterbury, Conn.
Anderson, Dr. M. B., Rochester, N.Y.
Atkinson, Edw'd, 31 Milk St., Boston.
Avery, Edward H., Auburn, N.Y.
Baker, Henry B., State Board of

Health, Lansing, Mich.

Baldwin, Prof. S. E., New Haven, Ct.
Barnum, Hon. Wm. H., Lime Rock,

Conn.
Battell, Hon. Robbins, 74 Wall St.,

New York.
Beck with, P. D., Dowagiac, Mich.
Beckwith, Miss, 68 Brown St., Provi-

dence, R.I.
Billings, Frederick, 170 Broadway,

New York.
Bird, F. W., East Walpole, Mass.

Bissinger, Philip, 22 St. John St., New

York City. Blatchford, E. W., 375 La Salle Ave.,

Chicago, Ill. Boardman, D. L., Troy, N.Y. Bonney, C. C., Chicago, Ill. Bowker, R. R., Brooklyn, N.Y. Brace, Charles L., 24 St. Mark's Pl.,

New York City. Bradford, Rev. Á. H., Montclair, N.J. Braman, J. C., 50 State St., Boston. Brewster, Lyman D., Danbury, Conn. Breed, W. J., Cincinnati. Brinkerhoft, Roeliff, Mansfield, Ohio. Brockwav, Z. R., Elmira, N.Y. Brooks, Rev. J. G., Brockton, Mass. Brooks, Rev. Phillips, 233 Clarendon

St., Boston. Bruen, Rev. J. D. Hart, Belvidere, N.J. Brühl, Dr. Gustav, 32 Hopkins St.,

Cincinnati, Ohio. Bull, Dr. Charles Stedman, 51 W'est

36th St., New York City. Bullard, W. S., 5 Mt. Vernon St., Bos

ton. Butler, Dr. John S., Hartford, Conn. Chamberlain, D. H., 42 Wall St., N.Y. Channing, Dr. Walter, Brookline,

lass. Chase, George B., 234 Beacon St.,

Boston. Church, Chas. R.,63 ist St., Troy, N.Y. Church, Frederic E., Hudson, N.Y. Clark, J. S., 7 Park St., Boston. Clinton, H. L., 58 Park Avenue, New

York. Cohen, Miss Mary M., 242 S. 21st St.,

Philadelphia, Pa. Collamore, Miss H., 115 Beacon St.,

Boston.
Collier, M. Dwight, 146 Broadway,

New York.
Coolidge, T. Jefferson, 60 State St.,

Boston.
Corning, Erastus, 87 State St., Albany,

N.Y.
Coxe, Eckley B., Drifton, Luzerne Co.,

Pa.
Crane, Rev. Oliver, Montclair, N.J.
Curtis, Geo. W., West New Brighton,

Staten Island, N.Y.
Curtis, H. Holbrook, M.D., 29 West

30th St., New York.
Curtis, Mrs. Josephine A., 29 West

30th St., New York.
Dall, Mrs. Caroline H., Washington,

D.C.
Davies, Julien T., 32 Nassau St., New

York City.
Davis, A. McF., Cambridge, Mass.
Davis, Wm. H., 124 East Fourth St.,

Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dawes, Miss Anna L., Pittsfield, Mass.
Dexter, Seymour, Elmira, N.Y.
Dimock, H. F., Pier 11, N. R., New

York City.
Dike, Rev. S. W., Auburndale, Mass.
Doughty, W. H., Troy, N.Y.
Draper, Dr. Joseph, Vermont Lunatic

Asylum, Brattleboro, Vt.
Dreer, Ferdinand J., 1520 Spruce St.,

Philadelphia, Pa.
Dunning, Rev. A. E., i Somerset St.,

Boston.
Earle, Mrs. Ann B., 40 Summer St.,

Worcester, Mass.
Earle, Dr. Pliny, Northampton, Mass.
Eaton, D. Cady, New Haven, Conn.
Eaton, Dorman B., 2 East 29th St.,

New York City.
Eaton, Hon. John, Marietta, Ohio.
Edmands, A. Lawrence, P.O. Box 1425,

Boston.
Eliot, C. W., LL.D., 17 Quincy St.,

Cambridge, Mass.
Eliot, Rev. T. L., Portland, Ore.
Farnam, H. W., New Haven, Conn.
Foote, Miss Mary B., 352 Howard St.,

Cambridge, Mass.
Foster, T. A., M.D., Portland, Me.
French, Francis 0., 33 West 37th St.,

New York City.
Frothingham, Rev. Frederick, Milton,

Mass.
Frothingham, Rev. O. B., 118 Marlboro

St., Boston.
Frotbingham, Mrs. O. B., 118 Marl-

boro St., Boston.
Gallaudet, E. M., LL.D., Washington,

D.C.
Gano, John A., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Gates, Merrill E., LL.D., Pres. Rut-

gers College, New Brunswick, N.J. Gilman, D. C., LL.D., Pres. Johns

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Ginn, Edwin, 13 Tremont Pl., Boston.' Gladden, Rev. Washington, Colum

bus, Ohio.
Goddard, Miss Matilda, 251 Newbury

St., Boston.
Graham, Miss Niel F., Falls Church,

Fairfax Co., Va.
Graydon, Miss, 26 W. 48th St., New

York.
Green, Jacob L., Hartford, Conn.
Greenough, W. W., 24 West St., Bos-

ton,
Gregory, J. M., Temple Court, New

York.
Grew, Henry S., 89 Beacon St., Boston.
Groesbeck, W. S. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hale, Geo. S, 10 Tremont St., Boston.
Hallowell, Mrs. R. P., West Medford,

Mass.

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