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MEETING OF APRIL 25, 1887. Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. HENRY DRAPER of New York, for her additional gift of one thousand dollars received through Professor PICKERING, April 21, 1887, towards the expenses at the Observatory of Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial.

Voted, to appoint FRANK NELSON COLE, Ph.D., Tutor in Mathematics for the year 1887–88.

Voted, to appoint HENRY PREBLE, A.B., Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin for five years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to appoint James RICHARD JEWETT, A.B., Instructor in the Semitic Languages for 1887–88. Voted, to appoint OLIVER WHIPPLE HUNTINGTOX, Ph.D., Instructor in Mineralogy and Chemistry.

Voted, to appoint Kuno FRANCKE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German for five years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to reappoint WILLIAM SCHOFIELD, A.M., LL.B., Instructor in Torts for 1887–88.

The Treasurer reported that he had already received from the Executors of the Will of the late EZEKIEL PRICE GREENLEAF securities valued at $500,000 to be held in accordance with the provisions of Mr. GREENLEAF's Will and Codicils, as special investments for the “Price Greenleaf Fund.”

Voted, to establish ten “Price Greenleaf Scholarships ” of $300 each.

MEETING OF May 7, 1887. - The President and Regents, and the Senate of the University of Michigan, having invited Harvard University to be present by a delegate at the fiftieth anniversary of its foundation, it was Voted, that the invitation be cordially accepted and that Professor GEORGE LINCOLN GOODALE be requested to serve as the delegate of the University for the occasion.

Voted, to appoint Professor Arthur T. HADLEY Lecturer on Problems of Railroad Administration for the year 1886–87.

Voted, to appoint CHARLES JOYCE WHITE, A.M., Acting Dean of the College Faculty during the absence of the Dean.

Notice having been received from the Secretary of the Faculty of the Museum of Comparative Zoology that HENRY PICKERING BowdITCH, A.M., M.D., was nominated as a member of that Faculty to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Hon. THEODORE LYMAN, it was Voted, that the same be confirmed and notice thereof be transmitted to the Faculty of the Museum by the Secretary of this Board.

Voted, that the sum of $178 received through Professor BÔCHER for the purchase of books for the library of the French Department be gratefully accepted, said sum being the net proceeds of the French Readings recently given in Sever Hall by Professors BÔCHER and Conn.

Voted, that the sum of $200 received through JOHN WOODBURY, Esq., Treasurer of the Dante Society, to complete the anonymous gift for three annual prizes of $100 each, on a subject drawn from the life or works of Dante, be gratefully accepted.

MEETING OF May 12, 1887. — Boylston Prizes for Elocution were awarded as follows: First prizes to HERMAN PAGE, Junior; FRANCIS WALLACE KNOWLES, Junior. Second prizes to John DANIEL BARRY, Junior; Wilton LINCOLN CURRIER, Senior; ROWLAND BLENNERHASSETT MAHANY, Junior.

MEETING OF MAY 31, 1887. - The Treasurer reported that Professor GOODALE has received subscriptions for building and furnishing an addition to the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy for the Botanic Department, amounting already to more than $40,000, and that other subscriptions will probably be made. It was thereupon Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to each subscriber, and that the name of each subscriber be entered upon the Donation Book of the College.

Voted, to establish two additional Morgan Fellowships of $500 each, to awarded under the same terms and conditions as the four previously established.

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Voted, to reappoint the following gentlemen as Preachers to the University for the year 1887-88 : – EDWARD EVERETT HALE, D.D.; PHILLIPS BROOKS, D.D.; ALEXANDER MCKENZIE, D.D.; GEORGE ANGIER GORDON, A.B.

Voted, to appoint EDWARD CHANNING, Ph.D., Instructor in History,
Voted, to appoint GEORGE MOBEY RICHARDSON, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin for 1887–88.
Voted, to appoint EDWARD CUMMINGS, A.M., Instructor in English for 1887–88.
Voted, to appoint John Eliot WOLF, A.B., Instructor in Petrography for 1887–88.
Voted, to reappoint DANIEL DENISON SLADE, M.D., Lecturer on Comparative Osteology for 1887–88.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1887–88: FREEMAN Snow, Ph.D., in International Law; ROBERT SANDERSON, in French ; WILLIAM BRANFORD SHUBRICK CLYMER, A.B., in English; CARL FRIEDRICH RICHARD HOCHDÖRFER, in German; HOWARD AYERS, S.B., Ph.D., in Zoology; GEORGE WILLIAM SAWIN, A.M., in Mathematics.

Voted, to reappoint the following Assistants for 1887–88: ROLAND THAXTER, A.B., in Biology ; THADDEUS WILLIAM HARRIS, A.M., in Geology; GEORGE READ NUTTER, A.B., in English; GEORGE HOWARD PARKER, in Zoölogy.

Voted, to reappoint as Proctors for 1887-88: ARTHUR GILLESPIE HATCH, A.B.; GEORGE DIMMICK LATIMER.

Voted, to reappoint EDWARD NAPOLEON KIRBY Instructor in Elocution at the Divinity School for 1887-88.

Voted, to appoint OLIVER CLINTON WENDELL, A.M., Assistant in the Observatory from March 1, 1887.

Voted, to appoint CHARLES SEDGWICK MINOT, S.D., Assistant Professor of Histology and Embryology for five years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to appoint MAURICE HọWE RICHARDSON, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy for five years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to reappoint as Lecturers for 1887–88 : SAMUEL Holmes DURGIN, M.D., on Hygiene; CHARLES FOLLEN Folsom, M.D., on Mental Diseases.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1887-88: HENRY PARKER QUINCY, M.D., in Histology; George BRUNE SHATTUCK, M.D., in Clinical Medicine; JAMES JACKSON Putnam, M.D., in Diseases of the Nervous System; FREDERICK CHEEVER SHATTUCK, M.D., in the Theory and Practice of Physic; EDWARD HICKLING BRADFORD, M.D., in Surgery ; Thomas MORGAN Rotch, M.D., in Diseases of Children; WILLIAM Wutwortu GANNETT, M.D., in Pathology; CHARLES MONTRAVILLE Green, M.D., in Obstetrics; CHARLES HARRINGTON, M.D., in Hygiene.

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors for 1887–88: GEORGE MINOT GARLAND, M.D., in Clinical Medicine; JOSEPH WEATHERHEAD WARREN, M.D., in Physiology.

Voted, to reappoint the following Clinical Instructors for 1887-88: John HOMANS, M.D., in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Ovarian Tumors; THEODORE WILLIS FISHER, M.D., in Mental Diseases; FRANCIS BootT GREENOUGH, M.D., in Syphilis ; ABNER Post, M.D., in Syphilis ; OLIVER FAIRFIELD WADSWORTH, M.D., in Ophthalmoscopy; JOHN ORNE GREEN, M.D., in Otology; CLARENCE John BLAKE, M.D., in Otology; ELBRIDGE GERRY CUTLER, M.D., in Auscultation; WILLIAM WHITWORTH GANNETT, M.D,, in Auscultation; ARTHUR TRACY CABOT, M.D., in Genito Urinary Surgery; GEORGE LINCOLN WALTON, M.D., in Diseases of the Nervous System.

Voted, to reappoint for 1887–88: FRANCIS AUGUSTINE HARRIS, M.D., Demonstrator of Medicolegal Examinations; HAROLD CLARENCE Ernst, M.D., Demonstrator of Bacteriology; Samuel JASON MIXTER, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy.

Voted, to appoint HERBERT LESLIE BURRELL, M.D., Demonstrator of Bandaging and Apparatus for 1887-88.

Voted, to reappoint the following Assistants in the Medical School for 1887-88: FRANCIS HENRY DAVENPORT, M.D., in Gynaecology; WILLIAM CARROLL EMERSON, M.D., in Chemistry; GEORGE HOWARD MONKS, M.D., in Operative Surgery; ROBERT WILLARD GREENLEAF, M.D., in Histology and Embryology; CHARLES HARRINGTON, M.D., in Chemistry; HERMAN FRANK VICKERY, M.D., in Clinical Medicine; Otis KIMBALL NEWELL, M.D., in Anatomy; EDWARD REYNOLDS, M.D., in Obstetrics.

Voted, to reappoint GEORGE FRANKLIN GRANT, D.M.D., Instructor in Treatment of Cleft Palate and Cognate Diseases for three years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to reappoint CHARLES WILSON, D.M.D., Instructor in Orthodontia for three years from September 1, 1887.

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Voted, to reappoint EDWARD CORNELIUS Briggs, M.D., D.M.D., Instructor in Dental Materia Medica for three years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors in the Dental School for 1887-88: George HOWARD Monks, M.D., in Surgical Pathology; JERE EDMUND STANTON, D.M.D., in Oral Pathology and Anatomy.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors in Operative Dentistry for 1887–88: HORATIO COOK MERIAM, D.M.D.; ALLSTON GRAY VÉ, D.M.D.; DANIEL FRANK WHITTEN, D.M.D.; EDWARD EARL HOPKINS, D.M.D.

Voted, to appoint WILLIAM PARKER COOKE, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry for 1887–88.

Voted, to appoint CHARLES HERBERT WILLIAMS, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology for three years from September 1, 1887.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1887-88 : KENELM WINBLOW, B.A.S., M.D.V., in Materia Medica and Botany; DANIEL David LEE, M.D.V., in Anatomy and Operative Veterinary Surgery.

Voted, to reappoint EDWARD CAMPBELL BECKETT Superintendent of Veterinary Hospital and Assistant in Clinical Instruction for 1887-88.

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1887–88: BENJAMIN MARSTON Watson, A.B., in Horticulture; NATHANIEL THAYER KIDDER, B.A.S., in Botany.

Voted, to appoint KENELM WINSLOW B.A.S., M.D.V., Instructor in Zoology for 1887–88.

Voted, to reappoint DANIEL TAYLOR HINCKLEY, B.A.S., Superintendent of the Bussey Farm for 1887-88.

MEETING OF JUNE 13, 1887.- Voted, to appoint HAROLD NORTH FOWLER, Ph.D., Instructor in Greek and in Greek Archaeology for 1887-88.

A report was received from Mr. WINSOR, with a copy of the volume containing a full account of the Proceedings the 250th niversary of the Founding of Harvard College; and it was thereupon Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be given to JUSTIN WINSOR, the Librarian of the University, for the highly satisfactory manner in which he has edited the Record of the Commemoration.

Voted, that Mr. BRIMMER be authorized, in the absence of the President of the University, to sign the diplomas for degrees to be given at the next Commencement.

MEETING OF JUNE 27, 1887. — Professor GOODALE reported that the Botanical Department has received from Francis BROOKS, Esq., as Administrator, the botanical collections and library of the late WILLIAM Boots of Boston, and it was thereupon Voted, that the same be gratefully accepted, and that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. BROOKS for the kind manner in which he has carried out the wishes of Mr. Boort by delivery of his collections and library to Professor GOODALE.

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors for 1887-88: MORRIS Hicky MORGAN, A.B., in Greek; ERNEST LEE CONANT, A.B., in Forensics; JOHN C. Wait, C.E., in Surveying and Drawing.

Voted, to appoint Edwin LESLIE SHATTUCK Demonstrator in Operative Dentistry for 1887–88.

Voted, to reappoint JOSEPH ELLSWORTH Waitt, D.M.D., Demonstrator in Mechanical Dentistry for 1887-88.

Voted, to reappoint as Proctors for 1887-88: John McGREGOR GOODALE, A.B., and John McKINSTRY MERRIAM, A.B.

MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 27, 1887. The Treasurer reported that he had received from GEORGE W. WALES, Esq., $200 for the College Library. The same was gratefully accepted and the Treasurer was requested to make suitable acknowledgment of this annual gift.

Voted, that the gift of $100 from the Dante Society of Cambridge, being the Society's annual appropriation for the purchase of works relating to Dante, be gratefully accepted, and that the Treasurer be requested to make suitable acknowledgment therefor.

The Treasurer reported the following gift: “In memory of GlenDOWER Evans, of the Class of 1879, $1000 for a working library of books on American history and politics.”

An offer was received from JOHN O. SARGENT, Esq., to give $100 for certain prizes for the current year, and the same was gratefully accepted. At the request of Mr. SARGENT the $100 of prize money given by him last year, and not used, is to be retained as the nucleus of a permanent fund for similar

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