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SPECIAL meeting of the New England Society in A the City of New York was held at the WaldorfAstoria, Fifth Avenue, Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth streets, Tuesday, November 30, 1915, at half-past eight o'clock.

The Secretary of the Society called the meeting to order.

Mr. Charles C. Burke was elected Moderator of the meeting and Mr. Francis Skiddy Marden was elected Secretary pro tem.

The Moderator appointed as tellers Mr. Herbert S. Carpenter and Mr. Edwin Langdon. A ballot was taken, according to Article III of the by-laws, and the following committee was elected to nominate Officers and Directors to take office January 1, 1916:

AUSTIN B. FLETCHER,

HERBERT S. CARPENTER,

JOHN C. EAMES,

FREDERICK O. KENDALL,

EDWIN LANGDON.

The Nominating Committee reported the following ticket, which was accepted and ordered to be printed for circulation as the regular ticket at the One Hundred and Tenth Annual Meeting, December 7, 1915.

FOR PRESIDENT,

FRANCIS LYNDE STETSON,

FOR FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT,
EDWARD L. PARTRIDGE.

FOR SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT,
DARWIN P. KINGSLEY.

FOR TREASURER,
CHARLES C. BURKE.

FOR SECRETARY,
HARRY A. CUSHING.

FOR DIRECTORS TO SERVE UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1920.
LAWRENCE F. ABBOTT,
GEORGE P. BENJAMIN,
FREDERIC B. JENNINGS,
JOHN P. MUNN.

The meeting then adjourned.

FRANCIS SKIDDY MARDEN,
Secretary, pro tem.

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ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH ANNUAL MEETING

THE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915.

HE one hundred and tenth annual meeting of the New England Society in the City of New York was held at the Waldorf-Astoria, Fifth Avenue, Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth Streets, Tuesday, December 7, 1915, at half past eight o'clock.

Mr. Austin B. Fletcher was elected Moderator of the meeting, and Mr. Clarence W. Bowen was elected Secretary pro tem.

The report of the Finance Committee was read, as follows:

To the New England Society in the City of New York:

The Finance Committee, having this day examined the securities of the Society, find them as follows:

LIST OF SECURITIES OF THE NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY. Virginia Midland R. R. General Mortgage Bonds (due

1936), 5 per cent. . . .

$5,000 00

West Shore R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds (due 2361), 4 per

cent.

25,000 00

Missouri, Kansas & Texas R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds

(due 1990), 4 per cent....

6,000 00

Terminal R. R. of St. Louis 1st Mortgage Bonds (due

1939), 41⁄2 per cent..

5,000 00

Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Bonds Gold 4's (due 1948).. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Prior Lien Bonds (due 1925), 31⁄2 per cent...

5,000 00

....

10,000 00

Union Pacific R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds (due 1947), 4

per cent.

$7,000 00

American Dock & Improvement Co. Guaranteed 5 per

cent. Bonds (due 1921)...

15,000 00

Northern Pacific R. R. Prior Lien Bonds (due 1997), 4 per cent.

6,000 00

Wisconsin Central R. R. 1st General Mortgage Bonds

(due 1949), 4 per cent....

10,000 00

St. Joseph & Grand Isle R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds (due 1947), 4 per cent.

5,000 00

Chicago, Burl. & Quincy R. R. Joint Gtd. Bonds (due 1921), 4 per cent.

15,000 00

New York City Registered Bonds (due 1929) 21⁄2 per cent...

15,000 00

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R. Bonds (due 1928), 4 per cent...

5,000 00

Balt. & Ohio R. R. Pittsburg, L. E. & W. Va. System,
Refunding Mortgage Bonds (due 1941), 4

per cent....

6,000 00

Del. & Hudson R. R. 1st Lien Equipment Bonds (due 1922), 41⁄2 per cent..

5,000 00

Central Pacific R. R. 1st Refunding Mortgage Bonds

(due 1949), 4 per cent....

10,000 00

N. Y. City Bonds (Callable 1930-due 1960), 44 per cent.
Chicago, Burl. & Quincy, Illinois Division Bonds (due

[blocks in formation]

Central New England R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds (due

1961), 4 per cent.

5,000 00

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul General Mortgage Bonds (due 1989), 41⁄2 per cent....

5,000 00

New York State, Canal Improvement Bonds (due 1964),

41⁄2 per cent..

5,000 00

St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba R. R. Consolidated
Mortgage Bonds (due 1933), 41⁄2 per cent....

5,000 00

Total...

$190,000 00

Securities examined and found correct as per list above.

NEW YORK, November 15th, 1915.

THOMAS DENNY,

Chairman, Finance Committee.

The report was accepted and ordered to be placed on file.

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