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The proceedings of the American Forestry Association have hitherto been published irregularly, the volumes not being numbered. With the improved financial condition of the Association, and its increased membership, a regular issue of the annual proceedings in future appears warranted, and it seems desirable to designate, by numbers, not only the coming volumes but also those previously issued. The present volume is, therefore, numbered XII. The series of previous volumes includes the following publications. Of these, those marked are out of print:
*Vol. I.-Proceedings of the special meeting at Montreal, August, 1882. Papers read before the meeting printed separately by the Canadian Government in the Ontario Fruit Growers' Report. (The proceedings of the first annual meeting, that held at Cincinnati, April 25-29, 1882, were not published in pamphlet form).
*Vol. II.-Proceedings of the second annual meeting, at St. Paul, August, 1883. Also, Forestry Bulletins No. 1 (May,
1884); No. 2 (September, 1884); No. 3 (January, 1885). *Vol. III.-Proceedings of the special meeting at Washington, D. C., May, 1884, and third annual meeting, at Saratoga, New York, September, 1884.
*Vol. IV.-Proceedings of the fourth annual meeting, held at Boston, September, 1885.
*Vol. V. Proceedings of the fifth annual meeting, held at Denver, Colorado, September, 1886. (Newspaper report.)
*Vol. VI.-Proceedings of the sixth annual meeting, held in Springfield, Illinois, September, 1887.
Vol. VII.-Proceedings of the seventh annual meeting, held at Atlanta, Ga., December, 1888, and of the eighth annual meeting, held at Philadelphia, Pa., October, 1889. (About 70 copies on hand.)
Vol. VIII.-Proceedings of the summer meeting, held in Quebec, September, 1890, and of the ninth annual meeting, held in Washington, D. C., December, 1890. (About 400 copies on hand.)
Vol. IX.-Papers read at joint session of the American Economic Association and the American Forestry Association, held at Washington, D. C., December, 1890.
Vol. X.-Proceedings at the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth annual meetings, held in 1891, 1892 and 1893, and of the special meeting at the World's Fair Congress in Chicago in 1893. (Published in four parts. Of these there are on hand, Part 1, 400 copies; Part 2, 1,700 copies; Part 3, 1,400 copies; Part 4, 1,300 copies.)
Vol. XI.-Proceedings at the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Annual Meetings, December, 1894, and January, 1896, at Washington, and at the summer meetings at Brooklyn, N. Y., and Springfield, Mass. Of these there are on hand: 2, 1,400 copies; and Part 3,
(Published in three parts. Part I, 1,100 copies; Part 1,800 copies.)
OFFICERS FOR 1897,
ELECTED FEBRUARY 5, 1897.
GENL. FRANCIS H. APPLETON, Boston, Mass.,
SIR H. G. JOLY DE LOTBINIERE, Quebec, Canada, 1st Vice-President. HON. GARDINER G. HUBBARD, Vice-Pres. for the District of Columbia. FREDERICK H. NEWELL, 1330 F St., Washington, D. D., Cor. Sec'y. GEORGE P. WHITTLESEY, Washington, D. C., Recording Secretary. HENRY M. FISHER, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.,
The executive committee consists of the president, vice-president for the District of Columbia, the secretaries, the treasurer and the following members:
B. E. FERNOw, Chairman. EDW. A. BOWERS.
J. C. HORNBLower.
CHARLES A. KEFFER. CHARLES C. BINNEY.
Sir H.G. JOLY De Lotbiniere, Pointe | JOHN GIFFORD, Princeton, N. J.
CHARLES MOHR, Mobile, Ala.
E. T. ENSIGN, Colorado Springs,
Robert Brown, New Haven, Conn.
S. C. MASON, Manhattan, Kan.
C. C. ANDREWS, St. Paul, Minn.
CHARLES E. BESSEY, Lincoln, Neb. WM. R. HAMILTON, Reno, Nev. WM. E. CHANDLER, Concord, N. H.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
F. H. APPLETON, President.
GEO. P. WHITTLESEY, Secretary. Bernard E. FERNOW. GARDINER G. HUBBARD.