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International Geological 
Congress . 12th, Toronto, 
1913 

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MEMBERS-JULY ^1 

NUMERICAL LIST 



nternational Geological Congress 

TWELFTH SESSION, CANADA, 1913 

SECRETARY'S OFFICE: 
VICTORIA MEMORIAL MUSEUM, OTTAWA, CANADA 



The Session 

Will be held at the University of Toronto, Toronto 



from August 7th to 14th 



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Patrons. 
Honorary President: 

Field Marshal, His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, Governor- 
General of the Dominion of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents: 

The Rt. Hon. The Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada and Sec- 
retary of State for External Affairs, Ottawa, Canada. 

The Hon. The Minister of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. 

The Hon. The Minister of Railways and Canals, Ottawa, Canada. 

The Hon. The Minister of Lands, Forests and Mines of Ontario, Toronto, 
Canada. 

The Hon. The Minister of Colonization, Mines and Fisheries of Quebec, 
Quebec, Canada. 

The Hon. The Premier and Minister of Mines of British Columbia, Vic- 
> toria, Canada. 

The Hon. The Commissioner of Works and Mines of Nova Scotia, Hali- 
fax, Canada. 

Executive Committee 

NUMBERS TO 11 INCLUSIVE 

President, Frank D. Adams, Dr 1 

General Secretary, R. W. Brock, Dr 2 

Secretary, W. Stanley Lecky 12 






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1. Frank D. Adams, Dr., Dean of the Faculty of Applied 

Science and Logan- Professor of Geology, McGill 
University, Montreal, Canada. Delegate of the 
Royal Society of London, England and of McGill 
University, Montreal. 

73. Mrs. Frank D. Adams. 

2. R. W. Brock, Dr., Director of the Geological Survey of 

Canada, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Natura- 
list's Society of Naples, Naples, Italy. 

3. Alfred E. Barlow, Dr., McGill University, Montreal, 

Canada. Delegate of the Canadian Mining Insti- 
tute, Montreal. 

4. A. P. Coleman, Dr., Professor of Geology, University 

of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Uni- 
versity of Toronto, Toronto. 

Miss Coleman. 

5. Theo. C. Denis, Superintendent of Mines for the Province 

of Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Delegate of the Depart- 
ment of Colonization, Mines and Fisheries, Quebec. 

6. O. E. LeRoy, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

Delegate of the Geological Survey of the Depart- 
ment of Mines, Ottawa. 

7. G. G. S. Lindsey, 27 Manning Arcade, Toronto, Canada. 

Delegate of the Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 

8. William McInnes, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

Delegate of the Geological Survey of the Depart- 
ment of Mines, Ottawa. 

9. Willet G. Miller, Geologist for the Province of 

Ontario, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Univer- 
sity of Toronto, Toronto, and of the Canadian 
Mining Institute, Montreal. 

10. W. A. Parks, Dr., Department of Geology, University of 

Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Uni- 
versity of Toronto, Toronto. 

11. J. B. Tyrrell, 534 Confederation Life Building, Toronto, 

Canada. Delegate of the Canadian Institute, 
Toronto. 

362. Mrs. B. Tyrrell. 

12. W. Stanley Lecky, Victoria Memorial Museum, Ottawa, 

Canada. 



13. J. A. Allen, Dr., Professor of Geology, University of 

Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

14. Henry M. Ami, Dr., 453 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, 

Canada. Delegate of the Royal Society of Canada, 
Ottawa. 

15. M. B. Baker, Professor of Geology, School of Mining, 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Delegate of the School 
of Mining, Kingston. 

16. J. A. Bancroft, Dr., Associate Professor of Geology, 

McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Delegate of 
McGill University, Montreal. 

Mrs. Bancroft. 

17. A. G. Burrows, Geologist, Ontario Bureau of Mines, 

Toronto, Canada. 

18. D. D. Cairnes, Dr., Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

19. Charles Camsell, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

20. Arthur A. Cole, Mining Engineer to the Timiskaming 

and Northern Ontario Railway, Cobalt, Ontario, 
Canada. 

21. Eugene Coste, President and Managing Director, The 

Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and 
Power Company, Limited, 128 Seventh Avenue East, 
Calgary, Canada. 

22. D. B. Dowling, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

23. J. A. Dresser, Manager, Lands Department, The Algon- 

quin Central and Hudson Bay Railway Company, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. 

24. E. Dulieux, Professeur de Geologie, Ecole Polytechnique, 

(Universite Laval), Montreal, Canada. 

25. R. D. Falconer, President, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. 

26. E. R. Faribault, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. Delegate of the Geological Survey of the 
Department of Mines, Ottawa. 

27. W. F. Ferrier, Mining Engineer and Geologist, 204 

Lumsden Building, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of 
the Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 



28. W. L. Goodwin, Dr., Director, School of Mining, Kingston, 

Ontario, Canada. Delegate of the School of Mining, 
Kingston, Canada, and of the Institution of Mining 
Engineers, London, England. 

29. R. P. D. Graham, McGill University, Montreal, Canada- 

30. R. Guimont, Professeur de Geologie, Universite Laval, 

Quebec, Canada. Delegue de 1' Universite Laval, 
Quebec. 

31. Eugene Haanel, Dr., Director of the Mines Branch, 

Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate 
of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, 
Ottawa. 

32. E. Haycock, Professor of Geology, Acadia University, 

Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. Delegate of the 
Acadia University, Wolfeville. 

33. Robt. R. Hedley, Consulting Mining Engineer, 405 

Cotton Building, Vancouver, Canada. 

34. Elfric D. Ingall, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

35. R. A. A. Johnston, Mineralogist, Geological Survey, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

36. Joseph Keele, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

37. E. M. Kindle, Dr., Invertebrate Palaeontologist, Geolo- 

gical Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

38. C. W. Knight, Assistant Provincial Geologist, Ontario 

Bureau of Mines, Toronto, Canada. 

39. H. Mortimer-Lamb, Secretary-Treasurer, Canadian Min- 

ing Institute, Montreal, Canada. Delegate of the 
Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 

40. Lawrence M. Lambe, Vertebrate Palaeontologist, Geolo- 

gical Survey, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the 
Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa. 

41. William W. Leach, Geologist, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

42. G. F. Matthew, Dr., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Delegate of the Natural History Society of New 
Brunswick, St. John. 

Mrs. G. F. Matthew. 



43. Richard G. McConnell, Geologist, Geological Survey, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

44. James McEvoy, Mining Engineer and Geologist, 123 Bay 

Street, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Canadian 
Mining Institute, Montreal. 

712. Mrs. J. Evoy, Toronto, Canada. 

45. John McLeish, Chief of the Division of Mineral Resour- 

ces and Statistics, Mines Branch of the Depart- 
ment of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the 
Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, Ottawa. 

46. W. Nicol, Professor of Mineralogy, Queen's University, 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Delegate of the School 
of Mining, Kingston. 

47. J. B. Porter, Dr., Professor of Mining Engineering, 

McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Delegate of 
the Institution of Mining Engineers, London, 
England. 

48. W. Fleet Robertson, Provincial Mineralogist, Victoria. 

British Columbia, Canada. Delegate of the Govern- 
ment of the Province of British Columbia, Victoria, 
and of the Department of Mines of the Province of 
British Columbia, Victoria. 

49. F. H. Sexton, Director, Department of Technical Edu- 

cation of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada. 

50. J. T. Stirling, Chief Inspector of Mines for the Govern- 

ment of the Province of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. 

51. T. L. Walker, Dr., Professor of Mineralogy, University 

of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 
University of Toronto, Toronto. 

52. Robert C. Wallace, Dr.. Professor of Geology and 

Mineralogy, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, 
Canada. Delegate of the University of Manitoba, 
Winnipeg. 

53. A. B. Wilmott, Mining Engineer and Geologist, 404 

Lumsden Building, Toronto, Canada. 

54. James White, Secretary, Commission of Conservation, 

Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Royal Society of 
Canada, Ottawa. 

55. George A. Young, Dr., Geologist, Geological Survey, 

Ottawa, Canada. 



56. L. D. Burling, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

57. J. H. Valiquette, Bureau of Mines, Quebec, Canada. 

Delegate of the Department of Colonization, Mines 
and Fisheries, Quebec. 

58. J. G. McMillan, 225 Geoffrey Street, Toronto, Canada. 

59. J. Stansfield, 429 Mance Street, Montreal, Canada. 
Mrs. J. Stansfield. 

60. " Cancel." 

61. R. E. Chambers, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

62. J. C. Murray, 16 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Canada. 

63. B. E. Fernow, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 
Mrs. B. E. Fernow. 

64. J. W. Astley, 74 St. George Street, Toronto, Canada. 

65. F. B. Smith, 42 Jasper Avenue West, Edmonton, Alberta, 

Canada. 

66. 0. S. Finnie, Department of the Interior, Canadian 

Building, Ottawa, Canada. 

67. A. W. G. Wilson, Dr., Mines Branch, Department of 

Mines, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Mines 
Branch of the Department of Mines, Ottawa. 

68. A. Mailhiot, Professeur de Geologic, Ecole Polytecheni- 

que, Montreal, Canada. Delegue de l'Universite 
Laval, Montreal, et de l'Ecole Polytechnique, Mont- 
real. 

69. W. R. Rogers, Bureau of Mines, Toronto, Canada. 

70. Hugh S. de Schmid, Mines Branch, Department of Mines, 

Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Mines Branch of 
the Department of Mines, Ottawa. 

71. H. Frechette, Mines Branch, Department of Mines, 

Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Department of 
Mines, Ottawa. 

72. B. Haanel, 230 First Avenue, Ottawa, Canada. 

73. Mrs. F. D. Adams, see No. 1. 

74. H. E. T. Haultain, Professor of Mining Engineering, 

University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate 
of the Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 

75. James M. Bell, Dr., " Old Burreside," Almonte, Ontario, 

Canada. Delegate of the Wellington Philosophical 
Society, Wellington, New Zealand. 

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76. R. B. Lamb, 703 Traders Building, Toronto, Canada. 

77. G. Lewis Burland, 373 Frank Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

78. J. C. Gwillim, School of Mining, Kingston, Ontario, 

Canada. 

79. J. Obalski, Pine Avenue, Apartments A, Montreal, Canada. 

80. W. A. Johnston, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

81. George S. Malloch, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

82. J. E. Hyde, School of Mining, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Delegate of the School of Mining, Kingston. 

83. E. B. Webster, Box 161, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

84. J. C. Sutherland, Department of Public Instruction, 

Quebec, Canada. 

85. W. Brainerd, co Canadian Explosives Limited, Mont- 

real, Canada. 

86. Edward R. Wood, 26 King Street, East, Toronto, 

Canada. 

87. C. F. J. Galloway, P.O. Box 121, Vancouver, British 

Columbia, Canada. 

88. G. C. Mackenzie, Mines Branch, Department of 

Mines, Ottawa, Canada. 

89. Patrick Burns, Box 380, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

90. Thomas Cantley, 2nd Vice-President and General 

Manager, Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co., Limited, 
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

91. Alex. Hardy, Secretary Treasurer, British Columbia 

Anthracite Syndicate, Hochelaga Bank Building, 
Quebec, Canada. 

92. M. E. Purcell, Superintendent consolidated Mining and 

Smelting Company of Canada, Rossland, British 
Columbia, Canada. 

93. Rinaldo McConnell, 175 Cooper Street, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

94. Charles Philippe Choquette, Professeur, College de 

St. - Hyacinthe, St.-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. 
Delegue de rUniversite" Laval, Montreal. 

95. Edward William Thomson, 360 Bronson Avenue, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

96. Miss Alice E. Wilson, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

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97. Karl Weiss, 150 Hastings Street East, Vancouver, 

British Columbia, Canada. 

98. Joseph Dix Fraser, General Manager Atikokan Iron 

Co., Ltd., Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. 

99. William Harvey McNairn, 415 Brunswick Avenue, 

Toronto, Canada. Delegate of McMaster University, 
Toronto. 

100. Percy Eugene Hopkins, Bureau of Mines, Toronto, 

Canada. 

101. W. L. Barrows, 28 Brownell Avenue, Hartford, Con- 

necticut, U. S. A. 

102. A. C. Lane, Dr., Tufts College, Boston, Massachusetts, 

U. S. A. Delegate of the American Academy of 
Arts and Science, Boston and of Tufts College, Tufts 
College. 

182. Mrs. A. C. Lane. 

103. A. C. Gill, Dr., 403 Wyckoff Avenue, Ithaca, New Jersey, 

U. S. A. 

104. C. R. Corning, Dr., 36 Wall Street, New York City, 

U. S. A. Delegate of the American Institute of 
Mining Engineers, New York. 

105. J. Barrell, Dr., Professor of Geology, Yale University 

Museum, New Haven, Connecticut, U. S. A. Dele- 
gate of Yale University, New Haven. 

106. W. Bullock Clark, Dr., Professor of Geology, Johns 

Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland, U. S A. 
Delegate of the Maryland Geological Survey, Balti- 
more, of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, and 
of the Geological Society of America, New York. 

107. G. F. Kunz, Dr., 409 Fifth Avenue, c|o Tiffany and 

Company, New York City, U. S. A. 

108. Miss F. Bascom, Dr., Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, 

Pennsylvania, U. S. A. Delegate of Bryn Mawr 
College. Bryn Mawr, and of the Academy of Natural 
Science of Philadelphia, Philadelphia. 

109. H. L. Fairchild, Dr., University of Rochester, Rochester, 

New York, U. S. A. Delegate of the University of 
Rochester, Rochester. 

110. G. Del6pine, Dr., Abb£, 60 Boulevard Vauban, Lille 

France. 

111. Miss K. M. Crosse, Caterham Valley, Currey, England. 

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112. Miss M. S. Johnston, "Hazelwood", Wimbledon Hill, 

London, S. W., England. 

113. Sociedade de Geographia, Lisboa, Spain. 

114. GUTEHOFFNUNGSHUTTE, AKTIENVEREIN FUR BERGBAU UNI) 

Huttenbetrieb, Oberhausen, Allemagne. 

115. A. Stoop, Huize "De Ryp" Bloemendaal, Pays-Bas. 

116. Comite Central des Houill^res de France, Paris, 

France. 

117. Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Buenos 

Aires, Argentine. 

118. L. Martin, 135 West Gilman Street, Madison, Wisconsin, 

U. S. A. Delegate of the University of Wisconsin, 
Madison. 

119. C. D. Walcott, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Carnegie Institution 
of Washington, Washington, the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, Washington, the United States National 
Museum, Washington, and of the Washington 
Academy of Sciences, Washington. 

120. H. M. Chance, 837 Drexel Building, Philadelphia, Penn- 

sylvania, U.S.A. Delegate of the American Institute 
of Mining Engineers, New York. 

121. H. F. Cleland, Williams College, Williamstown, Massa- 

chusetts, U. S. A. Delegate of Williams College, 
Williamstown. 

122. F. E. Wright, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory, Washing- 

ton, D. C, U.S.A. Delegate of the Geophysical 
Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 
Washington. 

123. Miss M. Talbot, Dr., Mount Holyoke College, South 

Hadley, Massachusetts, U. S. A. Delegate of Mount 
Holyoke College, South Hadley. 

124. C. Palache, Dr., 109 Appleton Street, Cambridge, Massa- 

chusetts, U.S.A. Delegate of Harvard University, 
Cambridge. 

125. L. L. Belinfante, Assistant Secretary Geological Society, 

Burlington House, London, W., England. 

126. H. P. Cushing, Dr., Professor of Geology, Western 

Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio, U.S.A. Dele- 
gate of Western Reserve University, Cleveland. 

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127. J. E. Wolff, Dr., University Museum, Cambridge, Mas- 

sachusetts, U.S.A. Delegate of Harvard Univer- 
sity, Cambridge. 

128. G. H. Perkins, Dr., Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A. Dele- 

gate of the State of Vermont Geological Survey, Bur- 
lington, and of the University of Vermont, Bur- 
lington. 

129. F. A. Bather, Dr., British Museum, Natural History, 

London, S.W., England. 

130. H. Ries, Dr., Professor of Geology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N.Y., U.S.A. Delegate of Cornell University, 
Ithaca. 

131. H. S. Williams, Dr., Professor of Geology, Ithaca, 

N. Y., U.S.A. Delegate of the U. S. Geological Survey, 
Washington. 

132. I. C. White, Dr., 141 Willey Street, Morgantown, W., 

Virginia, U. S. A. 

133. J. C. Branner, Dr., Professor of Geology, Stanford Uni- 

versity, California, U.S.A. Delegate of the American 
Intitute of Mining Engineers, New York. 

134. Miss W. Goldring, 27 Church Street, Wellesley, Massa- 

chusetts, U. S. A. 

135. Y. Tsenshan Wang, Hartley Hall, Columbia University, 

New York City, U. S. A. 

136. J. W. Evans, Dr,. 75 Craven Park Road, Harlesden, Lon- 

don, N. W., England. Delegate of the Geologists' 
Association, London. 

137. J. M. Wordie, St. John's College, Cambridge, England. 

138. T. L. Watson, Dr., Professor of Geology, University of 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.A. Delegate 
of the Virginia Geological Survey and of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia, Charlottesville. 

139. C. S. Prosser, Dr., Professor of Geology, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. 

140. C. T. Clough, 33 George Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

141. F. Leverett, 1724 South University Avenue, Ann 

Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Delegate of the U.S. Geo- 
logical Survey, Washington, of the University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, and of the Michigan Academy 
of Sciences, Lansing. 

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142. Horace V. Winchell, 505 Palace Building, Minneapolis, 

Minnesota, U.S.A. Delegate of the Mining and 
Metallurgical Society of America, New York. 

143. Thomas J. Flynn, Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 

144. R. Van Arsdale Norris, 520 Second National Bank- 

Building, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, U. S. A. 

145. S. F. Kirkpatrick, 84 Gore Street, Kingston, Ontario, 

Canada. 

146. J. Douglas, Dr., 99 John Street, New York, U. S. A. 

Delegate of the American Institute of Mining 
Engineers, New York. 

147. H. F. Osborn, Dr., 77th Street and Central Park West, 

New York City, U. S. A. Delegate of the Linnean 
Society of London, England. 

148. L. Dominian, Broadway at 156th Street, New York, 

U. S. A. Delegate of the American Geographical 
Society of New York, New York, and of Robert 
College of Constantinople, Turkey. 

149. John Crerar Library, Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A. 

150. C. W. Fennell, Sandal, Wakefield, England. 

151. F. L. Ransome, Dr., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Government of the 
U.S.A. and of the Geological Society of Washington, 
Washington. 

152. J. Drugman, Dr., 13 Chalfont Road, Oxford, England. 

153. " Cancel." 

154. R. E. Hore, Editor Canadian Mining Engineer, 44 

Lombard Street, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 
Michigan College of Mines, Houghton. 

155. H. Eckfeldt, 438 Seneca Street, South Bethlehem, 

Pennsylvania, U. S. A. 

156. R. A. Daly, Dr., 23 Hawthorne Street. Cambridge, 

Massachusetts, U.S.A. Delegate of Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, of the Museum of Comparative 
Zoology, Cambridge, and of the Boston Society of 
Natural History, Boston. 

157. T. McD. Hills, Geological Department, Ohio State 

University, Colombus, Ohio, U. S. A. 

158. Miss C. A. Raisin, Dr., Bedford College, Baker Street, 

London, W., England. Delegate of the Linnean 
Society, London. 

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159. Aubrey Strahan, 28 Jermyn Street London, S.W., 

England. Delegate of the Geological Survey of Great 
Britain and Museum ol Practical Geology, London, 
of the Geological Society of London, London, of the 
Board of Education, London, and of the Palaeonto- 
graphical Societj^, London. 

Mrs. A. Strahan. 

160. A. M. Miller, State University, Lexington, Kentucky, 

U.S.A. 

161. John M. Clarke, Dr., New York State Geological Survey, 

Albany. New York, U.S.A. Delegate of the Geolo- 
gical Survej 7 of New York, Albany, of the University 
of New York, Albany, and of the Science Division of 
the Education Department of the State of New York, 
Albany. 

162. Mrs. John M. Clarke. 

163. A. E. Kitson, "Eadsleigh" 109 Worple Road, Wimbledon, 

London, S.W., England. Delegate of the University 
of Glasgow, Glasgow. 

164. R. S. Herries, St. Julians, Sevenoaks, England. 

165. " Cancel." 

166. School of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, Missouri, 

U. S. A. 

167. S. W. Beyer, Dr., Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, U.S.A. 

168. Sir A. McRobert, Douneside, Tarland, Aberdeenshire, 

Scotland. 

169. Lady R. McRobert. 

170. H. F. Bain, Dr., 420 Market Street, San Francisco, Cali- 

fornia, U.S.A. Delegate of the American Institute 
of Mining Engineers, New York. 

171. Miss Laura Hatch, Denbigh Hall, Bryn Mawr. Penn- 

sylvania, U.S.A. 

172. C. Schuchert, Professor of Geology, Yale University, 

New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A. Delegate of Yale 
University, New Haven, and of the Peabody Museum 
of Natural History, New Haven. 

173. W. G. Fearnsides, 419 Glisson Road, Cambridge, England. 

174. G. Greim, Dr., Professor, Martinstrasse 38, Darmstadt, 

Hessen, Allemagne. 

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175. Frederick G. Clapp, 331 4th Avenue, Pittsburg, Penn- 

sylvania, U.S.A. 

176. A. J. Tonge, Dominion Coal Company, Glace Bay, 

Nova Scotia, Canada. 

177. G. D. Louderback, Dr., Berkerley, California, U. S. A. 

178. R. B. Murray, Elmshurst, Trelawney Road, Camborne, 

Cornwall, England. 

179. W. Vernadsky, Dr., Professeur, Mus6e Mineralogique et 

Geologique, St.-P£tersbourg, Russie. Delegue' de la 

Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, 

Moscou et de l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, 
St.-Petersbourg. 

180. C. H. Hitchcock, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. 

181. C. E. Gordon, Dr., Massachusetts Agricultural College, 

Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

182. Mrs. A. C. Lane, see No. 2. 

183. Max Lyon, 83, Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, Paris, 

France. 

184. G. R. Gontand, 18, Rue Louis Philippe, Neuilly-sur- 

Seine, France. 

185. W. N. Rice, Dr., Professor of Geology, Wesleyan Uni- 

versity, Middletown, Connecticut, U.S.A. Delegate 
of Wesleyan University, Middletown, and of the 
Connecticut Geological and Natural Histor} r Survey, 
Hartford. 

186. Sir Augustine F. Baker, 56 Merrion Square, Dublin, 

Ireland. 

187. G. A. J. Cole, Director of the Geological Survey of 

Ireland, Royal College of Science, Dublin, Ireland. 
Delegate of the Government of Great Britain, of 
the Geological Survey of Ireland, Dublin, and of the 
Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. 

188. P. M. Termier, Directeur du Service de la Carte Geolo- 

gique de la France, 164, Rue de Vaugirard, Paris XV, 
France. Delegue du Service de la Carte Geolo- 
gique de la France, Paris, de la Societe Francaise 
de Mineralogie, Paris, de l'Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 
de l'Association Amicale des Eleves de l'Ecole 
Nationale Superieure des Mines, Paris, et de l'Aca- 
demie des Sciences de l'lnstitut de France, Paris. 

189. Mlle. M. M. Termier. 

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190. Societe FRANgAiSE de Mineralogie, Paris, France. 

191. E. C. Case, Dr., Professor of Geology, University of 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Delegate 
of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, of the 
Michigan Academy of Science, Lansing, and of the 
State of Michigan Geological and Biological Survey, 
Lansing. 

192. Mrs. E. C. Case. 

193. K. E. Dittmann, Dr., Dreilindenstrasse 63, Essen-Ruhr, 

Allemagne. 

194. E. Kayser, Dr., Professor der Geologie, Geheimer Regie- 

rungsrat, Universitat, Marburg i. Hessen, Allemagne. 

195. Immanuel Friedlaender, Via Luigia Sanfelice, Villa 

Hertha, Napoli, Italie. 

196. C. A. Haniel, Dr., Venusbergweg 8, Bonn a. Rhein, 

Allemagne. 

197. E. A. Wepfer, Dr., Jacobstrasse 56, Freiburg in Baden, 

Allemagne. 

198. H. E. Boeke, Dr., Professor der Mineralogie, Mineralogis- 

ches Institut, Domstrasse 5, Halle a. Saale, Allemagne. 
Delegierter der Deutschen Reichsregierung, der Ver- 
einigten Friedrichs Universitat Halle-Wittenberg, 
Halle a. Saale unci der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 
zu Halle, Halle a. Saale. 

199. W. A. Bergt, Dr., Professor, Grafestr. 34, Leipzig-Eu- 

tritzsch, Allemagne. 

200. M. Weber, Dr., Professor, Technische Hochschule, Mun- 

chen, Allemagne. 

201. Otto A. W t elter, Dr., Beringstr. 4, Bonn a. Rhein, 

Allemagne. 

202. J. W. Richards, Dr., Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, 

Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

203. Paul L. G. Zoude, Ingenieur civil des Mines, 109 Boule- 

vard de Grande Ceinture, Bruxelles, Belgique. Dele- 
gue de la Society Geologique de Belgique, Liege, et 
de l'Association des Ingenieurs sortis de l'Ecole de 
Liege. Liege. 

204. B. Hobson, Thornton, Hallamgate Road, Sheffield, 

England. Delegate of Sheffield University, Sheffield. 

205. R. E. Commans, Sandycroft, Speer Road, Thames Ditton, 

England. 

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206. W. F. Hume, Dr., Geological Survey, Dawawine P. 0., 

Cairo, Egypt. Delegate of the Institut Egyptien, 
Cairo. 

207. A. Harker, St. John's College, Cambridge, England. 

Delegate of the Royal Society of London, London, 
and of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge. 

208. H. M. Cadell, Grange, Linlithgow, Scotland.- Dele- 

gate of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, 
Edinburgh, and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 
Edinburgh. 

209. R. J. Anderson, Dr., Professor of Geology, University 

College, Galway, Ireland. Delegate of the Uni- 
versity College, Galway, and of the Geological 
Museum of the University College, Galway. 

210. W. Heward Bell, Cleeve House, Melksham, England. 

211. T. J. Jehu, The University, St. Andrews, Scotland. 

Delegate of the University St. Andrews, and of 
the University College, Dundee. 

212. E. O. Hovey, Dr., 115 West 84th Street, New York, 

U. S. A. Delegate of the American Museum of 
Natural History, New York, and of the Geological 
Society of America, New York. 

213. " Cancel." 

214. W. L. Uglow, Department of Geology, University of 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, U. S. A. 

215. A. Bigot, Doyen de la Faculte des Sciences de l'Univer- 

site de Caen, 28, Rue de Geole, Caen, France. 
Delegue du Ministere de l'lnstruction Publique et 
des Beaux- Arts, Paris, et de l'Universite de Caen, 
Caen. 

216. Iron and Steel Institute, 28 Victoria Street, London, 

S. W., England. 

217. R. Zuber, Dr., Professor der Geologie, Universitat, Lem- 

berg, Autriche. Delegierter der k. k. Franzens 
Universitat, Lemberg. 

218. O. B. Boggild, Dr., Professeur de Geologie, Musee Min6- 

ralogique, Copenhague, Danemark. Delegue du Gou- 
vernement Royal du Danemark, de la Dansk Geolo- 
gisk Forening, Copenhague, de la Commission Geo- 
logique de Groenland, Copenhague, de l'lnstitut 
Poly technique Royal, Copenhague et de l'Universite 
de Copenhague, Copenhague. 

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219. Societe Scientifique "Antonio Alzate" Mexico, 

Mexique. 

220. E. Wigglesworth, Geological Museum ; Cambridge, 

Massachusetts, U. S. A. 

221. Comte A. de Gramont, Dr., 179 Rue de l'Universite, 

Paris, France. 

222. Baron G. de Geer, Dr., Professeur de Geologie, Hogskola, 

Stockholm, Suede. 

223. C. Hlawatsch, Linzerstrasse 456, Wien XIII5, Autriche. 

224. T. V. Danes, Dr., Professeur a l'Universite Tcheque, 

Kremencova 6, Prague, Boheme, Autriche. 

225. Giotto Dainelli, Dr., Piazza S. Marco 2, Florence, Italie. 

226. F. Sacco, Dr., Professeur, Institut Royal Polytechnique, 

Castello del Valentino, Torino, Italie. 

227. E. Howe, Dr., 77 Rhode Island Avenue, Newport, Rhode 

Island, U.S.A. 

228. Sociedad de Geografia Comercial de Barcelona, 

Plaza Sta. Ana 4, Barcelona, Espagne. 

229. Bedford McNeill, 1 London Wall Buildings, London, 

E.G., England. Delegate of the Institution of Min- 
ing and Metallurgy, London. 

230. Mrs. Bedford McNeill. 

231. Albert 0. Hayes, 112 Mercer St., Princeton, New Jersey, 

U.S.A. 

232. Per Geijer, Dr., Universite de Stockholm, Djursholm, 

Suede. Delegue de 1' Universite de Stockholm, 
Stockholm, et du Jernkonteret, Stockholm. 

233. W. W. Mein, 43 Exchange Place, New York, U.S.A. 

234. S. C. Browne, 43 Exchange Place, New York, U.S.A. 

235. Ralph S. G. Stokes, c|o C.W. Merrill, Merrill Metallurgical 

Co., 121 Second Street, San Francisco, U.S.A. Dele- 
gate of the Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining 
Society of South Africa, Johannesburg, Union of 
South Africa. 

236. R. H. Chapman, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. 

237. W. Archinow, Directeur de lTnstitut Petrographique 

"Lithogaea," Ordynka 32, Moscou, Russie. Dele- 
gue de la Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Mos- 
cou, Moscou. 

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238. Paul Kukuk, Kdnigiicher, Bergassessor a. D., Berg- 

strasse 135, Bochum i. W., Allemagne. Delegierter 
der Westfalischen Berggewerkschaftkasse, Bochum i. 
W. unci des Vereines fur die bergbaulichen Interessen 
im Oberbergamtsbezirke Dortmund, Essen-Ruhr. 

239. A. W. Pavlow, Professeur a l'Ecole Supe>ieure des Ing£- 

nieurs, Sushovskaja 9, N. 69, Moscou, Russie. 

240. Pierre Soustchinsky, Professeur a l'Ecole Polytechnique, 

Nowotscherkassk, Russie. 

241. N. Tilmann, Dr., Lennestrasse 19, Bonn a. Rhein, 

Allemagne. Delegierter des Naturhistorischen Ver- 
eines der Preussischen Rheinlande und Westfalens, 
Bonn, und des Geologisch-Palaontologischen Insti- 
tutes und Museums der Universitat Bonn, Bonn. 

242. E. Stolley, Dr., Professor, Technische Hochschule, 

Braunschweig, Allemagne. Delegierter der Herzoglich 
Braunschweigischen Technischen Hochschule, 
Braunschweig. 

243. B. Weigand, Dr., Professor, Schiessrain 7, Strassburg i. 

Elsass, Allemagne. Delegierter des Oberrheinischen 
Geologischen Vereines, Stuttgart. 

244. 0. Stutzer, Dr., Professor, Bergakademie, Freiberg 

Sachsen, Allemagne. 

246. Leon Carez, Dr., 18, rue Hamelin, Paris, France. 

245. Madame B. Carez. 

247. F. Ferreira Roquette, Inspecteur General des Mines, 

President du Service Geologique du Portugal, 
rue de Arco a Jesus 113, Lisbonne, Portugal. 

248. H. Muller, Dipl.-Ing., Essen-Ruhr, Allemagne. 

249. Th. F. W. Wolff, Dr., Professor, Kgl. Landesgeologe, 

Frohnau b. Berlin. Allemagne. Delegierter der 
Deutschen Reichsregierung und der Koniglich 
Preussischen Geologischen Landesanstalt, Berlin. 

250. P. Vinassa de Regny, Dr., Professeur a l'Universite" 

Royale de Parma, Italic Delegue de l'Universite" 
Royale de Parma, Parma. 

251. Chutaro Kido. Superintendent of the Geological In- 

stitute of the South Manchuria Railway Company, 
Dairen, Kantoshu, Manchuria. 

252. Jules Szadeczky de SzAdecsne, Dr., Kolozsvar, 

Hongrie. Delegue" du Gouvernement Royal Hongrois 
et de l'Universite Royale Hongroise Frangois-Joseph 
de Kolozsvar, Kolozsvar. 

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253. Ivan X. Strigeoff, Alines de Xapthe, Grozny, Caucase, 

Russie. 

254. L. V. Pirsson, Professor of Geology, Yale University, 

41 Trumbull Street, New Haven, Connecticut, 
U. S. A. Delegate of Yale University, New Haven. 

Mrs. L. V. Pirsson. 

255. Paul Lemoine, 5 rue de Medicis, Paris VI, France. 

256. H. W. Hixon, Aire Libre, Mexico, Mexique. 

257. C. N. Fenner, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, 

D. C, U. S. A. 

258. A. H. Brooks, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Government of the 
U. S. A. 

259. C. Burckhardt, Dr., 6 a del Cipres No. 176, Mexico, 

D.F., Mexique. 

260. H. Backstrom, Dr., Professeur de Petrographie a l'Uni- 

versite de Stockholm, Djursholm, Suede. Dele- 
gue du Gouvernement Royal Suedois, de l'Universite, 
de Stockholm, Stockholm, et de la Societe Geolo- 
gique de Stockholm, Stockholm. 

261. C. R. Stauffer, Dr., Adelbert College, Cleveland, Ohio, 

U.S.A. 

262. P. Pruvost, 159 Rue Brule-Maison, Lille, France. 

Delegue de la Societe Geologique du Nord, Lille. 

263. P. C. Lory, 6, Rue Fantin-Latour, Grenoble, France. 

Delegue" du Ministere de l'lnstruction Publique et 
des Beaux Arts, Paris, et de l'Universite de Grenoble, 
Grenoble. 

264. P. Marengo, Via al Capo di Sta Chiara N. 2. Sturla, 

Genova, Italic 

265. G. T. Paquet, No. 74 Chaussee de Forest, Bruxelles, 

Belgique. 

266. Claudio Segre, Ingenieur en Chef de l'lnstitut Experi- 

mental des Chemins de fer Italiens de l'Etat, 
Rome, Italic 

267. Giuseppe Merciai, Dr., Professeur, Institut Geologique, 

de l'Universite Royale, Pisa, Italic 

268. James Barrowman, Stoneacre, Hamilton, Scotland. 

269. Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Penn- 

sylvania, U.S.A. 

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270. F. R. van Horn, Dr., Case School of Applied Science, 

Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. 

271. E. E. Teller, 3321 Sycamore Street, Milwaukee, Wis- 

consin, U.S.A. Delegate of the Wisconsin Natural 
History Society, Milwaukee. 

272. Armand Thevenin, Dr., 19 Hue Joseph Bara, Paris, 

France. 

273. Fritz Heise, Professor, Bergschuldirektor, Hernerstrasse 

45, Bochum, Allemagne. 

274. Richard Bartling, Dr., Koniglich Preussische Geo- 

logische Landesanstalt, Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin 
N4, Allemagne. 

275. Fred Searls, Jr., Goldfield, Nevada, U. S. A. 

276. Hans Arlt, Dr., Kgl. Bergassessor, Herzogparkstrasse 2, 

Miinchen, Allemagne. 

277. Leon Benoit, P. 0. Box 215, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 

Canada. 

278. Kurt Pietzsch, Dr., Talstrasse 35, Leipzig, Allemagne. 

279. Wilhelm Schilling, Hlittendirektor, Gutehoffnungshutte, 

Oberhausen, Rheinland, Allemagne. 

280. Adolph Johannes Riedel, Gausstrasse 25, Braun- 

schweig, Allemagne. 

281. Paul Gustaf Krause, Dr., Professor, Invalidenstrasse 

44, Berlin N4, Allemagne. 

282. Verein fur die bergbaulichen Interessen im Ober- 

bergamtsbezirk DoRTMUND,Essen-Ruhr, Allemagne. 

283. Hugo Fritz Paul Luck, Eilenburgerstrasse 7, Leipzig, 

Allemagne. 

284. Eugeniusz Romer, Dr., Professeur a l'Universite de 

Lemberg, 25 Rue Dlugosza, Lemberg, Autriche. Dele- 
gue de l'Academie Agronomique de Dublany, 
Dublany, de l'Universite Jagellone de Cracovie, Cra- 
covie, et de la Societe Polonaise des Naturalistes 
"Kopernik," Lemberg. 

285. James Walter Goldthwait, D., Darmouth College, 

Hanover, New Haven, U. S. A. Delegate of Dart- 
mouth College, Hanover. 

286. Hisakatsu Yabe, Professeur de Geologie, Institut Geo- 

logique de l'Universite Imperiale, Sendai, Japon. 

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287. Verein deutscher Eisenhuttenleute, Breite Strasse 

27, Diisseldorf, Allemagne. 

288. Emmanuel Fallot, Professeur, 34 Rue Casteja, Bordeaux, 

France. 

289. J. B. Wood worth, Professor, Harvard University Geolo- 

gical Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the Boston Society of Natural History, 
Boston. 

290. Marsden M anson, Dr., 2010 Gough Street, San Fran- 

cisco, California, U.S.A. 

291. Andrew C. Lawson, Dr., University ofCalifornia, Berke- 

ley, California, U.S.A. Delegate of the University of 
California, Berkeley, and of the LeConte Club, Ber- 
keley. 

292. Peter McIntyre, 18 Leinster Avenue, East Sheen, 

London, S.W., England. 

293. E. W. Turnbridge, Rocklands, Woodbourne Road, 

Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 

294. J. A. L. Henderson, Dr., Devonshire Club, St. James' 

Street, London, S.W., England. Delegate of the 
Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, London. 

295. "Cancel." 

296. J. F. Kemp, Professor of Geology, Columbia University, 

New York, U. S. A. Delegate of Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York, of the Mining and Metallur- 
gical Society of America, New York, of the New 
York Academy of Sciences, New York, and of the 
Geological Society of America, New York. 

297. Mrs. J. F. Kemp. 

298. Frantisek Slovik, Dr., Professor der Mineralogie, K. 

Bohmische Universitat, Zizkov bei Prag, Bohmen, 
Autriche. 

299. Lucien Michalon, Ingenieur Civil des Mines, 96 Rue 

de l'Universite, Paris France. 

300. L. L. Fermor, Dr., Geological Survey of India, Calcutta, 

India. Delegate of the Government of India. 

Mrs. L. L. Fermor. 

301. Wawrzyniec K. Teisseyre, Dr., Professeur de Geologie 

et de Paleontologie a l'Universite de Lemberg, Au- 
triche. 

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302. C. V. Turington, 15 Radnor Place, Gloucester Square, 

London, W., England. 

303. William Harvey Emmons, Dr., Department of Geology 

of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the University of Minnesota, Minnea- 
polis. 

304. Alfred Lemonnier, Ingenieur, 33 Rue Prince Albert, 

Bruxelles, Belgique. 

305. Maurice Bodart, Ingenieur des Mines, 25 rue Veydt, 

Bruxelles, Belgique. 

306. George Frederick Wright, Dr., 84 Elm wood Place, 

Oberlin, Ohio, U.S.A., Delegate of Oberlin Coll* 
Oberlin. 

307. Sidney Powers, Technology Chambers, Boston, Massa- 

chussets, U.S.A. 

308. Frank Albert Dalburg, Division of Mines, Bureau 

of Science, Manila, Phillipine Islands, U.S.A. 

309. Alessandro Portis, Dr., Professeur de Geologie et de 

Paleontologie a l'Universite de Rome, Rome, Italic 

310. Serafino Cerulli-Irelli, Dr., Maitre de coferences de 

Paleontologie a l'Universite de Rome, Rome, Italic 
Delegue du Musee et du Laboratoire de Geologie de 
lTnstitut Agronomique Royal. Perugia. 

311. Charles N. Gould, Dr., 408 Terminal Building, Okla- 

hama City, Oklahama, U.S.A. 

Mrs. C. N. Gould. 

312. Karl Bodex, Dr., Privatdozent fiir Geologie an der Uni- 

versitat, Geologisches Institut, Alte Akademie, 
Miinchen, Allemagne. 

313. Ettore Mattirolo, Ingenieur en chef des Mines, 45 

Rue Charles Albert, Torino, Italic Delegue de la 
Societe Geologique d'ltalie, Rome et del'Association 
Miniere Sarde, Iglesias. 

314. Ernst Wilhelm Benecke, Professor emer., Goethestrasse 

43, Strassburg im Elsass, Allemagne. 

315. Adolf Schenck, Dr., Professor, Schillerstrasse 7, Halle a. 

Saale, Allemagne. Delegierter des Sachsisch-Thti- 
ringischen Vereines fiir Erdkunde, Halle a. Saale. 

316. R. Lepsius, Dr., Geheimer Oberbergrat, Grossherzoglich 

Hessische Geologische Landesanstalt, Darmstadt, 
Allemagne. 

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317. Patrick Marshall Dr., University of Otago, Dunedin, 

New Zealand. 

318. Charles F. Heathcote, Tasmania Gold Mine Ltd., 

Beaconsfield, Tasmania. 

319. John James Stevenson, Dr., emer. Professor of Geo- 

logy, New York University, 215 West 101st Street, 
Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the New 
York Academy of Sciences, New York. 

Mrs. J. J. Stevenson. 

Miss Stevenson. 

320. Dmitry Rudney, Professeur, Gr. Dworjanskaja 33, St. 

Petersbourg, Russie. 

321. Joseph P. Iddings, Dr., U.S. Geological Survey, Wash- 

ington, D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Washington 
Academy of Sciences, Washington. 

322. Lucien Fevre, Ingenieur en chef des Mines, 1, Place 

Possoz, Paris, France. 

323. Pierre Camena D'Almeida, Professeur de geographie a 

l'Universite de Bordeaux, 54, Rue de la Croix 
Blanche, Bordeaux, France. 

324. Richard Alexander Fullerton Penrose, Dr., 460 

Bullitt Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the Academy of Natural Sciences of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, of the American Philoso- 
phical Society at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, of the 
University of Pensylvania, Philadelphia, and of the 
Franklin Institute of the State of Pensylvania, 
Philadelphia. 

325. Heinrich Brockmann-Jerosch, Dr., Privatdozent an 

der Universitat Zurich, Kapfsteig 44, Zurich VII, 
Suisse. 

326. H. Louis Rollier, Dr., Professor der Stratigraphie 

und Palaeontologie, Eidgenossisches Polytechnikum, 
Zurich, Suisse. 

327. George Perkins Merrill, Dr., Head Curator of 

Geology, U. S. National Museum, Washington, 
D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the U.S. National Museum, 
Washington, the George Washington University, 
Washington, and of the Smithsonian Institution, 
Washington. 

328. Percy Dudgeon Quensel, Dr., Maitre de Conferences, 

Institut Geologique de l'Universite, Upsala, Suede. 
Delegue du Geologiska Sektionen, Upsala. 

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329. Mrs. P. D. Quensel, Dr. 

330. Charles Keyes, Dr., 944 Fifth Avenue, Des Moines, 

Iowa, U. S. A. 

331. Alfred Lacroix, Dr., Membre de l'lnstitut, Profes- 

seur de mineralogie au Museum d'Histoire Xatu- 
relle, 23, Rue Humboldt, Paris XVI, France. 

332. Siegfried Gotz Martius, Dr., Assistent am minera- 

logisch-petrographischen Institut der Universit&t 
Bonn, Poppelsdorfer Schloss, Bonn a. Rhein, 
Allemagne. 

333. Jacques Samojloff, Professeur de mineralogie, Institut 

Agronomique Superieur, Petrowsko-Rasumowskoje, 
Moscou, Russie. Delegue de la Societe Imperiale 
des Naturalistes de Moscou, Moscou et de l'lnstitut 
Agronomique Superieur de Moscou, Moscou. 

334. Richard Beck, Dr., Oberbergrat, Professor, Rektor 

der Koniglich Sachsischen Bergakademie Freiberg, 
Freiberg, Sachsen, Allemagne. Delegierter der 
Deutschen Reichsregierung, der Koniglich Sachsis- 
chen Regierung, der Koniglich Sachsischen Geo- 
logischen Landesanstalt, Leipzig, der Koniglich 
Sachsischen Bergakademie, Freiberg, und der 
Freiberger Geologischen Gesellschaft, Freiberg. 

335. George Walter Grabham, Government Geologist, P. 0. 

Box 178, Khartoum, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Dele- 
gate of the Geological Survey of Sudan, Khartoum. 

336. Woldemar Smirnoff, Professeur de Pedologie a l'lnsti- 

tut agronomique superieur, Nowo-Alexandria, Gou- 
vernement Lublin, Russie. 

337. Otto Wilckens, Dr., Professor an der Universitat Jena, 

Reichardstieg 4, Jena, Allemagne. Delegierter der 
Deutschen Reichsregierung unci der Grossherzog- 
lichen und Herzoglichen Gesamtuniversitat, Jena. 

338. Konrad Oebbeke, Dr., Geheimer Hofrat, Professor der 

Geologie und Mineralogie an der Koniglich Bayer- 
ischen Technischen Hochschule, Mtinchen, Alle- 



magne. 



339. Felix Plieninger, Dr., Professor an der Koniglich 
Wurttembergischen Landwirtschaftlichen Hoch- 
schule, Hohenheim bei Stuttgart, Wurttemberg, 



Allemagne. 



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340. Louis Mrazec, Professeur a l'Universite, Directeur de 

l'lnstitut Geologique de Roumanie, 2, Chausee 
Kiseleff, Bucarest, Roumanie. 

341. Arthur L. Day, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory 

Washington, D. C, U. S. A. Delegate of the Geo- 
physical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution 
of Washington, Washington. 

Mrs. A. L. Day. 

342. Benjamin K. Emerson, Professor of Geology in Amherst 

College, Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Delegate of 
Amherst College, Amherst. 

343. Walter H. Bucher, Dr., Assistant, Geological Depart- 

ment of the University of Cincinnati, 2642 Eden 
Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati. 

344. Leonard 0. Packard, Boston Normal School, The 

Fernway, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

345. Sir Thomas Henry Holland, Dr., Alderley Edge, 

Cheshire, England. Delegate of the Manchester 
Literary and Philosophical Society, Manchester, of 
the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, London, of 
the Victoria Manchester Geological and Mining 
Society, Manchester, of the Institute of Mining 
Engineers, London, and of the Asiatic Society of 
Bengal, Calcutta. 

346. Chris. A. Hartnagel, Education Building (State 

Museum), Albany, New York, U. S. A. 

347. Carl Johan Frederik Skottsberg, Maitre de con- 

ferences a l'Universite, Upsala, Suede. Delegue de 
la Societe de Geographie a l'Universite Upsala, Up- 
sala. 

348. Thomas Cramer Hopkins, D., Professor of Geology, 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., U. S. A. 
Delegate of Syracuse University, Syracuse. 

349. Carlo de Stefani, Professeur a l'lnstitut Royal 

des Etudes Superieures de Florence, via Gina Cap- 
pino 3, Florence, Italic Delegue de l'Academie 
Royale dei Lincei, Rome, de la Societe Italienne 
pour l'avancement des Sciences, Rome, de l'lnstitut 
Royal des Etudes Superieures, Florence, de la 
Societe des Sciences, Rome et de l'Universite Royale 
des Sciences, Genes. 

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350. Hubert Saint-Clivier, Eleve a l'Ecole Nationals supe- 

rieure des Mines, 134, Boulevard Saint-Germain, 
Paris, France. 

351. Jean Caillebotte, Eleve a l'Ecole Nationale supdrieure 

des Mines, 9, rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

352. Edward Thomas Mellor, Dr., 11 Park Road, Alex- 

andra Park, Manchester, England. Also of the 
Geological Survey of South Africa, Pretoria. Dele- 
gate of the Geological Survey of South Africa, 
and of the Geological Society of South Africa, 
Johannesburg. 

353. Arthur Gray Leonard, Dr., State Geologist and Pro- 

fessor of Geology, University of North Dakota, 
Grand Forks, North Dakota, U. S. A. Delegate 
of the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, 
and of the Geological Survey of North Dakota, 
Grand Forks. 

354. Howard N. Eavenson, McDowall Co., Gary, West 

Virginia, U. S. A. 

355. William Henry Davis, Ivy Home, Goodnestone, W. 

Canterbury, England. 

356. Victor Madsen, Dr., Directeur du Service geologique 

du Danemark, 10 Kastanienwej , Copenhague, Dane- 
mark. Delegue du Service geologique du Danemark, 
Copenhague. 

357. Richard R. Rice, Beaver, Pennsylvania, U. S. A. Dele- 

gate of the Topographic and Geologie Survey Com- 
mission of Pennsylvania, Beaver. 

358. Arthur Dannenberg, Dr. Professor an der Koniglichen 

Technischen Hochschule, Rudolfstrasse 35, Aachen, 
Allemagne. Delegierter des Geologischen Institutes 
der Technischen Hochschule, Aachen. 

359. Geologisches Institut der Koniglichen Technis- 

chen Hochschule Aachen, Aachen, Allemagne. 

360. Valery de Lozinski, Dr., Bibliotheque de l'UniversitS, 

5, Rue Mochnacki, Lemberg, Galicie, Autriche. 

361. Lorent Edward Theodor Dahlblom, Inspecteur des 

Mines, Falun, Suede. 

362. N. Olof Holst, Geologue au Service geologique de 

Suede, Jemshogsby, Suede. 

363. Mark Luboschinsky, Geologue-Agronome, Institut Supe- 

rieur Agromonique, Petrowsko-Rasumowskoje, Alos- 
cou, Russie. 

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364. Gerald Meyrick Part, Trinity College, Cambridge, 

England. 

365. Donald Sutherland McIntosh, Dalhousie University, 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Delegate of Dal- 
housie University, Halifax, and of the Nova Scotian 
Institute of Science, Halifax. 

366. Sir Henry Alexander Miers, Dr., 23 Weterby 

Gardens, London, S.W., England. Delegate of the 
British Association for the Advancement of Science, 
London, and of the University of London, London. 

367. Tissilian Charles Nicholas, Trinity College, Cam- 

bridge, England. 

368. Charles Barrois, Professeur a l'Universite de Lille, 41 

Rue Pascal, Lille, France. Delegue du Service de 
la Carte Geoiogique de la France, Paris, de la Society 
Francaise de Mineralogie, Paris, et de l'Academie des 
Sciences de l'lnstitut de France, Paris. 

369. Paul Charles Edouard Bertrand, Dr., Maitre de Con- 

ferences a l'Universite de Lille, 159 Rue Brule- 
Maison, Lille, Nord, France. 

370. George Loudon Dunn, Annanhill, Kilmarnock, Scotland. 

371. Regio Ufficio Geologico dTtalia, Via S. Susanna 13, 

Rome, Italic 

372. Societa Geologic a Italiana, Via S. Susanna 13, Rome, 

Italic 

373. Frederick B. Peck, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsyl- 

vania, U.S.A. Delegate of Lafayette College, Easton. 

374. Louis Emile Gentil, Professeur a l'Universite de Paris, 

38 bis Rue Denfert-Rochereau, Paris V, France. 
Delegue du Ministere de 1' Instruction Publique et 
des Beaux-Arts, Paris et de l'Universite de Paris, 
Paris. 

375. Michel Mourlon, Directeur honoraire du Service geoio- 

gique et membre de l'Academie royale des Sciences 
de Belgique, 107 Rue Belliard, Bruxelles, Belgium. 
Delegue' de l'Academie Royale des Sciences, des 
Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles. 



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376. Armand Renier, Ingenieur au Corps des Mines, Chef du 

Service geologique de Belgique, Charge de ("ours a 
PUniversite de Liege, 97 Hue de PArmee, Bruxelles, 
Delegue du Ministdre de PIndustrie et du Travail 
de Belgique, Bruxelles, de la Soctete* Scientifique de 
Bruxelles, Louvain, de PAssociatioD des [ngSnieurs 
sortis de FEcole de Liege, Li<§ge, et de la Societe 
Beige de Geologie, de Pateontologie et d'Hydrologie, 
Bruxelles. 

377. Rene Cambier, IngSnieur da Mines, 38 Rue Leon Bernus, 

Charleroi, Belgique. 

378. Louis Eugene de Buggenoms, Dr., Consul honoraire de 

PEquafceur a Liege, 40 Rue Courtois, Liege, Belgique. 
Delegue de la Societe Geologique de Belgique, Liege. 

379. Albert S. Guinsberg, Ingenieur-Metallurgiste, Institut 

Poly technique, Laboratoire de Mineralogie, St.- 
Petersbourg, Russie. 

380. Miss Annie Eubank, 42 Leopold Street, Toronto, 

Canada. 

381. Louis Raveneau, Secretaire de la redaction des Annales 

de Geographie, 76 Rue d'Assas, Paris VI, France. 

382. Arthur Hermann, Libraire-fiditeur, 6 Rue de la Sor- 

bonne, Paris V, France. 

383. Jules Hermann, Libraire-Editeur, 6 Rue de la Sorbonne, 

Paris V, France. 

384. Museo de Historia Natural, Montevideo, Uruguay. 

385. Henry Grier Bryant, 2013 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 

U.S.A. Delegate of the American Philosophical 
Society at Philadelphia, Philadelphia. 

386. John D. MacKenzie, Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. 

387. Albrecht Friedrich Karl Penck, Professor, Dr., Gehei- 

mer Regierungsrat, Georgenstrasse 34, Berlin N.AV. 
7, Allemagne. Delegierter der Deutschen Reichs- 
regierung unci der Koniglich Preussischen Akademie 
der Wissenschaften, Berlin. 

388. Fraulein Anna Maria Elizabeth Rathgen, Argelander- 

strasse 11, Bonn a. Rhein, Allemagne. 

389. Robert Scheibe, Dr., Geheimer Bergrat, Professor an 

der Koniglichen jBergakademie, Invalidenstrasse 44, 
Berlin N. 4, Allemagne. 

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390. Hermann Hamm. Dr., Arzt, Lortzingstrasse 4, Osnabriick. 

Allemagne. 

391. A. Macco, Bergassessor a. D., Privatdozent, Leybold- 

strasse 29, Coln-Marienburg, Allemagne. 

392. Heinrich Lotz, Dr., Beziksgeologe a. D. ; Berlinerstrasse 

57, Charlottenburg, Allemagne. 

393. David Alexander Louis, 123 Pall Mall, London, S.W., 

England. 

394. Samuel McLare Gardner, Mining Student, Mount Ver- 

non Colliery Co., Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland. 

395. Mark Hurll, 144 West Regent Street, Glasgow, Scotland. 

396. John McGlashan Hurll, Redholm, Anniesiand, Glasgow, 

Scotland. 

397. Francois Loewinson-Lessing, Dr., Professeur de Geologie 

et de Mineralogie, Institut Polyteclmique Pierre le 
Grand, Sosnovka, St.-Petersbourg, Russie. Delegue 
de l'lnstitut Polyteclmique de l'Empereur Pierre 
le Grand, St.-Petersbourg. 

398. Ernst Zimmermann, Dr., Professor, Koniglicher Landes- 

geologe. Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin N. 4, Allemagne. 

399. Francis Edwin Armstrong, 32 New Bould Lane, Shef- 

field, England. 

400. Charles P. Berkey, Dr., Assistant Professeur of Geo- 

logy, Columbia University, New York City, U.S.A. 
Delegate of Columbia University, New York, and of 
the New York Academy of Sciences, New York. 

401. Gustav Steinmann, Dr., Professor, Geheimer Bergrat, 

Poppelsdorfer Allee 98, Bonn a. Rhein, Allemagne. 
Delegierter der Rheinischen Friedrich Wilhelms Uni- 
versitat, Bonn, des Niederrheinischen Geologischen 
Vereines. Bonn, der Geologischen Vereinigung, Mar- 
burg und der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden 
Gesellschaft, Frankfurt a. Main. 

402. Enrique Dupuy de Lome, Ingenieur des Mines, Institut 

Geologique, Mostenses 2, Madrid, Espagne. Dele- 
gue du Gouvernment Royal de l'Espagne et de l'lns- 
titut Geologique de l'Espagne, Madrid. 

403. Agustin Marin Y Bertran de Lis, Ingenieur des Mines, 

Institut Geologique, Mostenses 2, Madrid, Espagne. 
Delegue du Gouvernement Royal de l'Espagne et de 
l'lnstitut Geologique de l'Espagne, Madrid. 

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404. Luis de Adaro Y Macro, Inspectear General <lu ( Jorps 

d'lngenieurs des Mines, 7 Rue Magdalena, Madrid, 
Espagne. 

405. Olaf Holtedahl. Dr., Maftre de Conferences, [nstitut 

Mineralogique de l'Universite, Christiana, Norvige. 

406. Hugh Mitchell Luttman-Johnson, Redhill House, 

Petworth, Sussex, England. 

407. William H. Twenhofel, Dr., 1515 Vermont Street, 

Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A. Delegate of the Geolo- 
gical Survey of Kansas, Lawrence. 

408. Frank B. Taylor, 548 Home Avenue, Fort Wayne, In- 

diana, U.S.A. 

409. John Ashworth, 77 King Street, Manchester. England. 

Delegate of the Manchester Geological and Mining 
Society, Manchester. 

410. Thomas Wayland Vaughan, Dr., U.S. Geological Survey, 

Washington, U.S.A. Delegate of the U.S. Geological 
Survey, Washington. 

411. Arthur George Charleton, Associate Royal School of 

Mines, 559/561 Mansion House Chambers, 1 1 Queen 
Victoria Street, London, England. Delegate of the 
Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, London. 

412. William Herbert Hobbs, Dr. Professor of Geolo- 

gy, Director of the Geological Laboratory of the 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S. 
A. Delegate of the University of Michigan, Ann 
Arbor. 

413. Charles Kenneth Leith, Dr., Professor of Geology, 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A. Delegate 
of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. 

414. William J. Dick, Commission of Conservation, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

415. Waldemar Lindgren, Massachusetts Institue of Tech- 

nology, Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A. Delegate 
of the Government of the U.S.A., the Mining and 
Metallurgical Society of America, New York, the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, and 
of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington. 

416. Gerald Jarvis, Manager Bank of Ottawa, Arnprior. On- 

tario, Canada. 

417. Lyman A. Ray, 58 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

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418. New York State Museum, Education Building, Albany, 

N.Y., U.S.A. 

419. Jean Leon Cote, 42 Jasper Avenue ; Edmonton, Alberta, 

Canada. 

420. Cosmo T. Cartwright, Mines Branch of the De- 

partment of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. 

421. Louis C. A. Legrand, Ingenieur des Mines, Ingenieur des 

Arts and Manufactures, 12 Quai Mativa, Liege, Bel- 
gique. 

422. Paul Nicou, Ingenieur au Corps des Mines, Professeur a 

l'Universite de Nancy, 17 Boulevard Flandrin, Paris 
XVI, France. 

423. John Cadman, Professor of Mining, The University, 

Bournbrook, Birmingham, England. Delegate of the 
Government of Trinidad, the Mines Department, Port 
of Spain, Trinidad and of the South Staffordshire 
and Warwickshire Institute of Mining Engineers, 
Birmingham, England. 

424. Abel Briquet, Avocat, Collaborateur auxiliaire au Ser- 

vice de la Carte Geologique de la France, 44 Rue 
Jean de Bologna, Douai, France. 

425. "Cancel." 

426. Friedrich von Grote, Dr., Martiusstrasse 1, Miinchen, 

Bayern, Germany. 

427. Phociqn Negris, Ingenieur, ancien Ministre des Finances, 

6 Rue Trikorphia, Athenes, Grece. 

428. Hans Schardt, Dr., Professeur dt Geologie a l'Ecole Po- 

lytechnique Federale et a l'Universite de Zurich, 
Voltastrasse 18, Zurich VII, Suisse. 

429. Georgi Bontchew, Docteur, Professeur de Petrographie 

et de Mineralogie a l'Universite de Sofia, Tchepino 
4, Sofia Bulgarie. 

430. Horace B Patton, Professor of Geology. Golden, Colo- 

rado, U.SA. Delegate of the Colorado School of 
Mines, Golden. 

431. Ludwig von Ammon, Dr., Professor, Oberbergrat, 

Vorstand der Geologischen Landesuntersuchung 
Bayerns, Ludwigstrasse 16, Miinchen, Allemagne. 

432. Ernst Weise, Professor, Plauen im Vogtand, Sachsen, 

Allemagne. 

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433. Wilhelm Paulcke, Dr., Professor, Raehslrasse 2N. Knrls- 

ruhe, Baden. Allenuigne. Delegierter der Deutschen 
Reichsregierung, der Grossherzoglieli Badisehen 
Technischen Ilochselmle Kridericiana, Karlsruhe, 
und des Naturwissensehaftlichen Vereines, Karls 
ruhe. 

434. Heinz Erich Mitscherlich, Dipl.-Bergingenieur, Park- 

strasse 9, Karlsruhe, Baden, Allemagne. 

435. Gottfried Merzbacher, Dr., Professor, Moehlstrasse 25, 

Miinchen, Allemagne. 

436. G. A. F. Molengraafp, Dr., Professeur de Geologie, 

Noorstraat 60, Delft, Pays-Bas. Delegue du Gou- 
vernement des Pays-Bas, de l'Academie Royale des 
Sciences, Amsterdam et de la Geologisch-Mijnbouw- 
kundig Genootschap voor Nederland en Kolonien, 
s'Gravenhage. 

437. Carl Uhlig, Dr., Professor der Geographie, Wilhelm- 

strasse 14, Tubingen, Wiirttemberg, Allemagne. 

438. Johann Paul Krusch, Dr., Professor, Abteilungsdirigent 

der Koniglich Preussischen Geologischen Landesan- 
stalt, Dozentfiir Erzlagerstattenlehre on der Konig- 
lichen Bergakademie, Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin, 
Allemagne. Delegierter der Deutschen Reichsre- 
gierung, des Koniglich Preussischen Ministeriums 
fur Handel und Gewerbe, Berlin, der Koniglich 
Preussischen Geologischen Landesanstalt, Berlin, und 
der Deutschen Geologischen Geselschaft, Berlin. 

439. E. Deville, Surveyor General, Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

440. Walter Harvey Weed, Geologist and Alining Engineer, 

42 Broadway, New York City, U.S.A. 

441. John Conover Smock, Dr., Trenton New Jersey, U.S.A. 

442. Max Belowsky, Dr., Professor, Kustos am mineralogisch- 

petrographischen Institut und Museum, Privatdozent 
an der Universitat Berlin, Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin, 
Allemagne. 

443. Hon. William Howard Hearst, Minister of Lands, 

Forests and Mines of Ontario, Parliament Buildings, 
Toronto, Canada. 

444. James Duncan Hurd, 203 S. Dearborn Street, Chicago, 

Illinois, U. S. A. 

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445. Charles Clayton Ambery, 121 Devonshire Road, Walker- 

ville, Ontario, Canada. 

446. John Murray Clark, Kent Building, 156 Yonge Street, 

Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Canadian Ins- 
titute, Toronto. 

447. Zentralverband der Bergbaubetriebsleitep Oster- 

reichs, Briix, Boknien, Autriche. 

448. Miss Marina Ewald, Pembroke AVest. Bryn Mawr Col- 

lege, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. U.S.A. 

449. Hjalmar Sten Andres Sjogren, Dr., Professeur. Aca- 

demie des Sciences, Stockholm, Suede. Delegue 
du Gouvernement Royal de Suede, de l'Universite 
d Tpsala, Upsala et de 1 "Universite Royale des Scien- 
ces, Stockholm. 

450. Shinaiatsu Ichikawa, Kitashinjomura Imatachigun, 

Fukuiken, Japon. 

451. Henry KUmmel, Dr., State Geologist of New 

Jersey, State House, Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the Geological Survey of New Jersey, 
Trenton. 

452. William Otis Crosby, Professor of Geology, Mass- 

achusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachu- 
setts, U.S.A. 

453. David A. Brebner, 720 Traders Bank Building, Toronto, 

Canada. 

454. Charles McDermid, Salisbury House, London, E.C., Eng- 

land. Delegate of the Institution of Mining and 
Metallurgy, London. 

455. Benjamin Leroy Miller, Professor of Geology, Lehigh 

University, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Delegate of Lehigh University, South Bethlehem. 

456. Jean Morel, Ingenieur civil des Mines, La Heronniere, 

Boitsfort pres Bruxelles, Belgique. 

457. Julien Niedzwiedzki, Dr., ancien Professeur de Minera- 

logie et de Geologie, Ecole Polytechnique, Lemberg, 
Autriche. 

458. Lucien Cayeux, Professeur de Geologie au College de 

France, 6 Place Denfert-Rochereau, Paris, France. 
Delegue du Ministere de l'lnstruction Publique, 
Paris, et du College de France, Paris. 

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459. Sydney Smith, Haileybury, Ontario, Canada. 

460. Henry Goodson Ives, Andover, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 

461. James F. B. Ives, Andovcr, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 

462. Herman Dervieux, Abbe, Prefect de la Bibliotheque dti 

Grand Seminaire, 83 Rue XX Setembre, Turin, [talie. 

463. Hugh Y. Russbl, Canadian Explosives Limited, Mon- 

treal, Canada. 

464. George Otis Smith, Dr., U. S. Geological Survey, Wash- 

ington, D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Government 
of the U.S.A. 

465. N. M. Fenneman, Dr., Professor of Geology and Geo- 

graphy, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati. 

466. Hans Magnus Hausen, Geoloque, Parkgatan 11, Hel- 

singfors, Finlande, Russie. Delegue de la Societe 
Geologique de Helsingfors, Helsingfors. 

467. Ulysses Sherman Grant, Dr., Professor of Geology in 

Northwestern University, Geologist of the U. S. 
Geological Survey, Northwestern University, Evan- 
ston, Illinois, U. S. A. 

468. Edward H. Williams, Jr., Dr. ; Woodstock, Windsor 

County, Vermont, U.S.A. 

469. Leon Jean Benjamin de Lamothe, General de Division, 

Inspecteur des Etudes techniques de I'Artillerie, 1 
Place St. Thomas d'Aquin, Paris, France. 

470. Victor Axel Hackman, Dr., Parkgatan 5, Helsingfors, 

Finlande, Russie. 

471. Alexil Petro witch Pavlow, Professeur de Geologic a 

l'Universite Imperiale de Moscou, Moscou, Russie. 

472. Edgar T. Wherry, Dr.. Assistant Professor, Lehigh 

University, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Delegate of the Academy of Natural Science of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia. 

473. Koniglich Preussische Geologische Landesanstalt, 

Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin, Allemagne. 

474. Carl Gaebert, Dr., Geologie, Inselstrasse 2, Leipzig, 

Allemagne. 

738. Mrs. H. Gaebert. 

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475. Warren Upham, Dr., Secretary and Librarian of the 

Minnesota Historical Society, 655 Central Park, St. 
Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. Delegate of the University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

476. James Gordon Ross, 171 St. James Street, Montreal 

Canada. 

477. John Goodhart Rothermel, Wagner Free Institute of 

Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. U.S.A. Dele- 
gate of the Wagner Free Institute of Science, 
Philadelphia. 

478. Ulrich Grubenmann, Dr., Professor, Titlisstrasse 34, 

Zurich, Suisse. 

479. C. V. Holman, former State Geologist of Maine, Holman 

Oaks, Rockland, Maine, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
State of Maine. 

480. Charles H. Smyth, Jr., Dr., Professor in Princeton 

University, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. Delegate 
of Pinceton University, Princeton. 

481. Anthony Francis Lucas, Mining Engineer. 1406-16th 

Street, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 

482. C. Minot Weld, Low Moor, Virginia, U.S.A. 

483. Camille Rodrigues-Ely, Ancien Eleve de l'Ecole Poly- 

technique, 2 Boulevard Henri IV., Paris, France. 

484. Anselmo Ferraz de Carvalho, Professeur de Geologie, 

Directeur du Musee geologiqne de Universite, 22 Rue 
Lourenco d'Azevedo, Coimbra, Portugal. 

485. Johan August Udden, Dr., 305 West 21st Street, Austin, 

Texas, U.S.A. Delegate of the Bureau of Economic 
Geology and Technology of the University of Texas, 
Austin. 

486. Robert Speight, Dr., Canterbury College, Christchurch, 

New Zealand. 

487. W. T. MacClement, Dr., Professor, Queen's University, 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

488. J. Craig Watson, Mechanical Engineer, Canadian 

Mining and Finance Company, Timmins, Ontario, 
Canada. 

489. J. M. Gordon, 1025 Transportation Building, Montreal, 

Canada. 

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490. Samuel Alfred Taylor, Dean of the School of Mines of 
the University of Pittsburg, 506 Second National 
Bank Building, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

491 Alexander N. Winchell, Dr., University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

492. Arthur Leonard Parsons, Lecturer in Mineralogy, 

University of Toronto, 22 Kendal Avenue, Toronto, 
Canada. Delegate of the University of Toronto, 
Toronto. 

493. Service Geologique de Belgique, Palais du Cinquante- 

naire, Bruxelles, Belgique. 

494. Paul Frederic Lucien Joseph Laurent Fourmarier, In- 

genieur des Mines, Ingenieur geologue, Secretaire 
general de la Societe Geologique de Belgique, Repe- 
titeur de geologie a l'Universite de Liege, 140 Avenue 
de rObservatoire, Liege, Belgi(jue. 

495. Ezequiel Ordonez, Ingenieur Geologue des Mines, 2a Gen- 

eral Prim 43, Mexico, D. F., Mexique. 

496. George F. Kay, State Geologist of Iowa, Head of the 

Department of Geology of the University of Iowa, 
Bella Vista Place, Iowa City, Iowa, U. S. A. De- 
legate of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and 
of the Iowa Geological Survey, Iowa City. 

497. James I. Shannon, St. Louis University, Grand 

Avenue and W. Pine Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri, 
U.S.A. Delegate of St. Louis University, St. Louis. 

498. Ernest Maier, Dr., Professeur titulaire en geologie, 

Universite de Santiago, Casella 1559, Santiago, Chili. 
Delegue du Gouvernement de Chili. 

499. Ellis Thomson, 57 Queens Park, Toronto, Canada. 

500. Emmanuel de Margerie, Ancien President de la Societe 

geologique de France, 44 Rue de Fleurus (VI), 
Paris, France. Delegue de la Societe de Geogra- 
phic, Paris. 

501. Mme de Margerie. 

502. Marcus J. Goldman, Johns Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. 

503. George Murgoci, Dr., Professeur a l'Ecole des ponts et 

Chaussees, 13 Rue Transylvania, Bucarest, Roumanie. 

504. Otto F. Peordte, Cairo, Green Comity, N.Y., U.S.A. 

35 



505. Edward 0. Ulrich, Dr., 2421 First Street, Wash- 

ington, D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the Geological So- 
ciety of Washington, Washington. 

506. Porphiry Petrovitsch Piatnizky, Professeur de mine- 

ralogie a l'Universite, Charkow, Russie. 

507 Alexis Borissiak, Geologue tin Comite Geologique de 
Russie, Wassili Ostrow, 4 Lime, 15, St-Petersbourg, 
Rnssie. 

508. Gilbert van Ingen, Assistant Professor of Geology, 

Princeton University, P. O. Box 248, Princeton, New 
Jersey, U.S.A. Delegate of Princeton University, 
Princeton. 

509. William John Sinclair, Dr., Instructor in Geology, 30 

Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 

510. William Berryman Scott, Dr., Professor of Geology, 

56 Bayard Lane, Princeton, New Jersey, U. S. A. 
Delegate of the American Philosophical Society of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia and of Princeton Uni- 
versity, Princeton. 

511. Arthur Keith, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D. C, U. S. A. Delegate of the Government of the 
U. S. A. 

512. Elmer A. Holbrook, Professor of Mining Engin- 

eering, Nova Scotia Technical College, Halifax, 
Nova Scotia, Canada. 

513. Paul Dienst, Dr., Assistent am geologischen Lan- 

desmuseum, Invalidenstrasse 44, Berlin N 4, 
Allemagne. 

514. Karl Andree, Dr., Privatdozent fur Geologie und 

Palaontologie an der Universitat Marburg, Rit- 
terstrasse 16 (Forsthof), Marburg, Hessen, Alle- 
magne. Delegierter des Vereines zur Beforderung 
der gesamten Naturwissenschaften, Marburg. 

515. Johannes Walter, Dr. Professor der Geologie und 

Palaontologie, Domstrasse 5, Halle a. S., Alle- 
magne. 

516. Alide Grutterink, Dr., Privat-Docente en mikrochimie 

a l'Universite de Leigden, Lickenhuis aan den 
Coolsingel, Rotterdam, Pays-Bas. 

517. Stephen Vivian, 151 Cannon Street, London, E. C, 

England. Delegate of the Institution of Mining 
and Metallurgy, London. 

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518. James Hough Stoller, Professor of Geology and Bio- 

logy, Union College, Schenectady, New York, U.S.A. 
Delegate of Union College of Union University, 
Schenectady. 

519. Shikusuke Kozu, Petrographer, c:o Japanese Embassy, 

Washington, D. C, U. S. A. 

520. F. L. Clerc, Eates Park, Colorado, U. S. A. 

521. Ernest Masson Anderson, H. M. Geological Survey, 

43 Laclysmith Road, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

522. Charles Henry Richardson, Dr., Professor of Miner- 

alogy, Syracuse, New York, U. S. A. Delegate of 
Syracuse University, Syracuse. 

523. Olaf Andersen, Assistant Petrologist, Geophysical 

Laboratory, Washington, D. C, U. S. A. Delegate 
of the Norsk Geologisk Forening, Christiania. 

524. Whitman Cross, Dr., 2138 Bancroft Place, Washing- 

ton, D. C, U. S. A. Delegate of the Government of 
the United States and of the National Academy of 
Sciences, Washington. 

525. John Walter Gregory, Dr., Professor of Geology, 

University of Glasgow, Scotland. 

526. Real Academia de Ciencias y Artes, Barcelona, 

Espagne. 

527. John Horne, 12 Keith Crescent, Blackhall, Midlothian, 

Edinburgh, Scotland. Delegate of the Royal Society 
of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, of the University of Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh, of the Royal Scottish Geo- 
graphical Society, Edinburgh, of the Geological 
Society of Glasgow, Glasgow, of the Mining Insti- 
tute of Scotland, Glasgow, and of the University, 
Aberdeen . 

528. Herbert Lister Bowman, Dr., Professor of Mineralogy 

in the University of Oxford. Magdalen College, 
Oxford, England. Delegate of the University of 
Oxford, Oxford and of the Mineralogical Society, 
London. 

529. Henry Clay Demmixg, Colonel, Consulting Geologist 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Nos 15 and 17 
North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

530. Louis M. Prindle, Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, 

Washington, D. C, U. S. A. 

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531. Elwood S. Moore, Dr., Professor of Geology and 

Mineralogy, School of Mines, State College, Penn- 
sylvania, U. S. A. Delegate of the Pennsylvania 
State College, State College. 

532. Henrik AVaern, Chemical Engineer, Metallurgist, Cop- 

per Cliff, Ontario, Canada. 

533. Louis Joseph Morin, Professeur de Sciences Naturelles, 

Seminaire de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec, Canada. 

534. Percy W. Racey, c:o Consolidated Mining and Smelting 

Company of Canada, Ltd., Rossland, British Colum- 
bia, Canada. 

535. Jules Charbonnier, Technical Manager of the West 

Canadian Collieries Ltd., Blairmore, Alberta, Canada. 

536. Josef Oppenheimer, Dr., Technische Hochschule, Brunn, 

Autriche. Delegierter der Deutschen Franz Joseph 
Technischen Hochschule, Brunn. 

537. J. W. Spencer, Dr., 2019 Hellger Place, Washington, 

D. C, U. S. A. 

538. T. Franklin Sibly, Dr., King's College, London, 

W.C., England. Delegate of King's College of the 
University of London, London. 

539. Noel J. Ogilvie, Dr., 574 McLaren Street, Ottawa, 

Canada. 

540. 0. N. Scott, General Assets Limited, Dominion Bond 

Building, Toronto, Canada. 

541. Enrique Martin Hermitte, Ingenieur Civil des Mines, 

Maipu 1241, Buenos Aires, Republique Argentine. 

542. Lazar Vankov, Dr., Professeur de Geologie a l'Uni- 

versite de Sofia, Sofia, Bulgarie. 

543. Const. A. Ktenas, Professeur ordinaire de Mineralogie 

et de Petrographie a l'Universite Nationale, 5 Rue 
Agathone, Athenes, Grece. 

544. William Herbert Bixby, Brigadier General of Corps 

of Engineers and Chief of Engineers U. S. Army, 
735 Southern Building, Washington, D. C, U. S. A. 

545. R. G. Carruthers, Geological Survey of Scotland, 33 

George Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

546. Walter Renton Ingalls, 505 Pearl Street, New York 

City, U. S. A. 

547. Albert Offret, Professeur de Mineralogie a la Faculte 

des Sciences de l'Universite de Lyon, Lyon, France. 

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548. Reverend Jas. McGuire, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, 

Canada. Delegate of the University of Ottawa, 
Ottawa. 

549. Alexander Marshall Hay, 1428 Traders Bank Building, 

Toronto, Canada. 

550. Alja Robinson Crook, Dr., Director State Museum, 

Springfield, Illinois, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
Illinois State Museum of Natural History, Spring- 
field. 

551. Martin Nordegg, Managing Director German Develop- 

ment Co., Limited, 9 Toronto Street, Toronto, 
Canada. 

552. Maritjs R. Campbell, Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, 

Washington, D. C, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
Government of the U. S. A. 

553. Walter Scho.field, c:o Mrs. Schofield, 3 Ampthill 

Road, Liverpool, England. 

554. James P. Howley, Director of the Geological Survey of 

Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland. Delegate 
of the Government of Newfoundland, St. John's. 

555. C. H. Clapp, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

556. W. H. Collins, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

557. C. W. Drysdale, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

558. R. Harvie, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

559. L. Reinecke, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

560. S. J. Schofield, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

561. M. Y. Williams, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

562. M. E. Wilson, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

563. W. J. Wilson, Geological Survey, Ottawa. Delegate of 

the Natural History Society of New Brunswick. 
St. John. 

564. W. H. Boyd, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

565. C. O. Senecal, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

566. A. Dickison, Geological Survey, Ottawa. 

567. A. H. Brown, c:o The Hudson Bay Mines Limited, 

Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 

568. E. Geinitz, Geheimer Hofrat, Direktor der Grossher- 

zoglich Mecklenburgischen Geologischen Landes- 
anstalt, Rostock in Mecklenburg, Allemagne. 

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569. Paul Bamberg, Fabrikbesitzer, Kleine Seestrasse 12, 

Wannsee bei Berlin, Allemagne. 

570. Geologisches Institut der Universitat Heidelberg, 

Heidelberg i. Baden, Allemagne. 

571. Ludwig Milch, Dr., Professor der Mineralogie und 

Petrographie, Schutzenstrasse 12, Greifswald, Preus- 
sen, Allemagne. Delegierter der Geographischen 
Gesellschaft Greifswald, Greifswald. 

572. Johann Koenigsberger, Dr., Professor an der Uni- 

versitat, Plebelstrasse 33, Freiburg i. B., Allemagne. 

573. August Rothpletz, Dr., Professor an der Uni- 

versitat Miinchen, Giselastrasse 6, Miinchen, Alle- 
magne. Delegierter der Koniglichen Ludwig-Maxi- 
milians-Universitat, Miinchen und der Konig- 
lich Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 
Miinchen. 

574. Lajos Loczy de Locz, Dr., Ingenieur diplome, Directeur 

de l'lnstitut Geologique du Royaume Hongrois, 
Stefania litca 14, Budapest, Hongrie. Delegue du 
Ministere Royal Hongrois des Cultes et de l'lnstruc- 
tion, Budapest, du Ministere Royal Hongrois de 
l'Agriculture, Budapest, de l'lnstitut Geologique du 
Royaume Hongrois, Budapest, de l'Academie Hon- 
groise des Sciences, Budapest et de la Societe Hon- 
groise de Geographic, Budapest. 

575. Reverend Pierre Dupaigne, Professeur des Sciences 

physiques et naturelles au Seminaire de Philoso- 
phic, 164 Chemin de la Cote des Neiges, Montreal, 
Canada. 

576. Wladimir Loewinson-Lessing, Etudiant, Institut 

Polytechnique Pierre le Grand, St-Petersbourg, 
Russie. 

577. Paul Stepanov, Geologue du Comite Geologique et 

Ingenieur des Mines, Wassili Ostrow, 4 Lin. 15, 
St.-Petersbourg, Russie. Delegue du Gouverne- 
ment Imperial de Russie. 

578. Constantin Visconte, Geologue de l'lnstitut petrogra- 

phique Lithogaea, Ordinka 32, Moscou, Russie. 

579. Nicholas N. Bogolubow, Conservateur du Musee geo- 

logique de l'Universite Imperiale, Musee geologique 
de l'Universite Imperiale, Moscou, Russie. 



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580. Alfred Bergeat, Dr., Professor an der Universitat, 

Oberteichufer 12, Konigsberg i. Preussen, Germany. 
Delegierter der Deutschen Mineralogischen Gesell- 
schaft, Jena. 

581. Torbern Fegraeus, Dr., Geologue en Chef a la Societe" 

Nobel Freres, c.o Nobel Freres, Ekarterina Canal 
No. 6, St.-Petersbourg, Russie. 

582. Ida H. Ogilvie, Dr., Assistant Professor of Geology, 

Barnard College, 29 Claremont Avenue, New York 
City, U. S. A. Delegate of Barnard College of 
Columbia University, New York. 

583. Grossherzoglich Hessische Geologische Landes- 

anstalt, Darmstadt, Hessen, Allemagne. 

584. Koniglich Preussisches Oberbergamt Breslau, 

Breslau, Allemagne. 

585. Gust a v Seligmann, Dr., Kommerzienrat, Neustadt 5, 

Koblenz a. Rhein, Aliemagne. 

586. W. J. Wright, Bear River, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

587. S. W. Werner, Montreal, Canada. 

588. A. 0. Dufrensne, Montreal, Canada. 

589. Norman L. Bowen, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory, Wash- 

ington, D. C, U. S. A. 

590. Loring N. Bailey, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory, Wash- 

ington, D. C, U. S. A. 

591. J. J. Sederholm, Dr., Directeur de la Commission 

geologique de Finlande, Helsingfors, Finlande, Russie. 
Delegue de la Commission Geologique Finlandaise, 
Helsingfors, et de la Societe Finlandaise des Sciences, 
Helsingfors. 

592. H. Lantenois, Ingenieur en chef de la Circonscription 

des Mines de l'lndochine, Hanoi, Indo-Chine. 

593. J. Deprat, Chef du Service Geologique de l'lndochine, 

Hanoi, Indo-Chine. 

594. Elisabeth Jeremine, Assistante de geologie aux Cours 

Superieurs des Femmes, Laboratoire de geologie, 
Wassili-Ostrow, 10 L. 35, St-Petersbourg, Russie. 

595. Jacques Makerov, Institut geologique de l'Universit6, 

St.-Petersbourg, Russia. 



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596. Joseph Edmund Woodman, Dr., Professor of Geology 

and Director of the Geological Museum, New 
York University, University Heights, New York 
City, U. S. A. Delegate of the New York Academy 
of Sciences, New York and of New York University, 
New York. 

597. Edwin Theodore Dumble, 2003 Main Street, Houstin, 

Texas, U. S. A. 

598. A. H. Williams, 385 Holloway Road, London, England. 

599. Edward Rengers Schoch, Manager of the Rooiberg 

Minerals Development Co., Ltd., Rooiberg via 
Warmbaths, Transvaal Province, South Africa. 

600. Edmund Bessell Whalley, Whitehill, Rotherham, 

England. 

601. Henry Leighton, University of Pittsburg, Pitts- 

burg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Delegate of the School 
of Mines of the University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg. 

602. William John Sutton, 749 Discovery Street, Victoria, 

British Columbia, Canada. Delegate of the 
Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 

603. Harry Fielding Reid, Dr., Professor of Dynamical 

Geology and Geography, Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Maryland, U. S. A. Delegate of Johns 
Hopkins University, Baltimore. 

604. Walter Mohring, Dr., 25 de Mayo 293, Buenos Aires, 

Republique Argentine. 

605. W. S. Bayley, Dr., Associate Professor of Mineralogy 

and Economic Geology, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, Illinois, U. S. A. 

606. Newton Horace Winchell, 501 East River Road, 

Minneapolis, Minnesota, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

607. The Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street, 

London, S. W., England. 

608. Seminar fur Geographie, Zimmer 406/7, Rathaus, 

Hamburg I, Germany. 

609. J. Stoneman Pryor, Westbourne House, Saltash, 

Cornwall, England. 

610. Alfred Grund, Professor der Universitat, Blaues Haus, 

Bubentsch bei Prag, Bohmen, Autriche. 

611. Carl Diener, Dr., Professor der Palaontologie, Uni- 

versitat, Wien, Autriche. 

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612. Eduard C. Abendanon, Ingenieur des Mines, Noor- 

doinde 86, La Haye, Pays-Bus. Delegue de la 
Geologisch Mijnbowkundig Genootschap voor Neder- 
land on Kolonien, 's-Gravenhage. 

613. BlBLIOTHEQUE DE L'EcOLE NaTIONALE SUPERIEURE 

des Mines, 60 Boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris, 
France. 

614. Comite des Forges et Mines de Fer de Meurthe- 

et-Moselle, 40 rue Gambetta, Nancy, Meurthe-et- 
Moselle, France. 

615. Charles Will Wright, Ingurtosu, Sardinia, Italic 

Delegue de l'Association Miniere Sarde, Iglesias. 

616. Edward Copley Playford, Surveyor, Special Magis- 

trate, Pine Creek, Darwin, Northern Territory of 
Australia. Delegate of the Commonwealth Govern- 
ment of Australia, Melbourne. 

617. Ltjigi Baldacci, Inspecteur general des Mines, Direc- 

teur du Service de la Carte geologique, Ministere 
de l'Agriculture, via XX Settembre, Rome, Italic 
Delegue du Comite Geologique Royal, Rome. 

618. Gaetano Platania, Dr., Professeur de Geographie et 

de Volcanologie, Universite Royale de Catania, 
Catania, Italic 

619. Jakob Fruh, Dr., Professeur, Ecole Polytechnique 

Federale, Zurich, Suisse. 

620. Henri Montaudon, 16 rue du Rocher, Paris, France. 

621. Joseph Daniels, assistant Professor of Mining Engin- 

eering and Metallurgy, University of Washington, 
College of Mines, Seattle, Washington, U. S. A. 

622. Frank Arnoldi, 103 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Delegate of the Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

623. George Kennedy, 147 Bloor Street West, Toronto, 

Canada. Delegate of the Canadian Institute, 
Toronto. 

624. Hans Erich Boker, Koniglicher Bergassessor, Geo- 

logische Landesanstalt, Paulsborner Strasse 1, Ber- 
lin-Halensee, Allemagne. 

625. Georg Gurich, Dr., Professor, Lubeckertor 22, Ham- 

burg, Allemagne. 

626. Ferdinand Broili, Dr., Prof., Universitat Munchen. 

Allemagne. 

627. Richard Lachmann, Dr., Privatdozent, Schuhbrucke 

38/39, Breslau, Allemagne. 

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628. Max Semper, Dr., Professor, Dozent an der Tech- 

nischen Hochschule, Bachstrasse 34, Aachen, Alle- 
magne. 

629. Eugene Allen Smith,, State Geologist of Alabama, 

University, Alabama, U.S.A. Delegate of the 
Geological Society of America, New York. 

630. Einar Lin dem an, Mines Branch, Department of Mines, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

631. R. Randal Rose, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. 

632. Mrs. J. B. Tyrrell. (See No. 11.) 

633. Charles Lapworth, Geological Department of the 

University, Edmund Street, Birmingham, England. 

634. G. N. Count Plunkett, President of the Royal Society 

of Antiquaries of Ireland, 26 upper Fitzwilliam 
Street, Dublin, Ireland. 

635. Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y 

Naturales, Valverde, 26, Madrid, Espagne. 

636. Harry H. Stoek, Professor of Mining Engineering, 

1104 West Oregon Street, Urbana, Illinois, U. S. A. 

637. Ralph A. Topley, Marysville, New Brunswick, Canada. 

638. James McG. Cruickshank, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, 

Canada. 

639. George L. Kerr, Mining Engineer, 39 Elmbank Crescent, 

Glasgow, Scotland. 

640. Paul Pravoslavleff, Dr., Professeur, Cabinet geologique 

de l'lnstitut Polytechnique du Don, Novotscherkassk, 
Russie. 

641. Alexei Alexeien, Assistant du Cabinet Geologique de 

l'Universite de la Nouvelle Russie, Konnaia 10, 
Odessa, Russie. 

642. Anatole Riabinine, Geologue du Comite Geologique de 

Russie, Ingenieur des Mines, Comite geologique, St.- 
Petersbourg, Russie. 

643. I. P. Tolmacev, Conservateur en chef du Musee Geolo- 

gique Pierre le Grand de l'Academie Imperiale des 
Sciences, St.-Petersbourg, Russie. Delegue de 
l'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, St-Petersbourg. 

644. A. H. Phillips, Dr., Professor of Mineralogy, Princeton 

University, Princeton, New Jersey, U. S. A. Dele- 
gate of Princeton University, Princeton. 

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645. A. MacLean, Department of Geology, University 

of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 
University of Toronto, Toronto. 

646. Max Borkowitz, 233 St. James Street, Montreal, Canada. 

647. Edward H. Kraus, Dr., Professor of Mineralogy and 

Petrography and Director of the Mineralogical 
Laboratory in the University of Michigan, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U. S. A. 
Delegate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
and of the State of Michigan Geological and Bio- 
logical Survey, Lansing. 

648. Sidney Paige, Associate geologist U. S. Geological 

Survey, Geological Survey, Washington, D. C, 
U. S. A. 

649. Joseph T. Singewald, Jr., Dr., Associate in Economic 

Geology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 
Maryland, U. S. A. Delegate of the Franklin Insti- 
tute of the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 

650. E. V. dTnvilliers, Dr., 518 Walnut Street, Philadel- 

phia, Pennsylvania, U. S. A. Delegate of the 
Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia. 

651. Henri de Peyerimhoff^ Maitre des Requetes hono- 

raire au Conseil d'Etat, Secretaire du Comite 
Central des Houilleres de France, 55 Rue de Cha- 
teaudun, Paris, France. 

652. Sociedad Geologica Mexicana, 6a Cipres 176, 

Mexico, D. F., Mexique. 

653. Juan S. Agraz, Professeur, 6a Cipres 176, Mexico, D. F., 

Mexique. 

654. Ernst Angermann, Dr., Bolivar 15, Apartado, 365 

Monterrey N. L., Mexique. 

655. Carlos Castro, Professeur, 6a del Cipres 176, Mexico, 

D. F., Mexique. 

656. Hermion Larios, Institut Geologique de Mexique 6a 

del Cipres, 176, Mexico, D. F., Mexique. 

657. Paul Waitz, Dr., Geologe en chef de Section, 6a del 

Cipres 176, Mexico, D. F., Mexique. 

658. Ernst Wittich, Dr., Institut geologique National, 

6a Cipres 176, Mexico, D. F., Mexique. 

659. Geologisches Institut der K. K. Universitat Graz, 

Graz, Autriche. 

45 



660. Axel Hamberg, Dr., Professeur, Upsala, Suede. Den- 

gue de la Societe de G6ographie a l'Universite 

d'Upsala, Upsala. 

661. G. C. Bateman, c|o Canadian Mining and Exploration 

Co., Limited, 801 Traders Bank Building, Toronto, 
Canada. 

662. Carl Schmidt, Dr. ordentlicher Professor der 

Mineralogie und Geologie an der Universitat Basel, 
Mlinsterplatz 6/7, Basel, Suisse. 

663. C. L. Duparc, Professeur a l'Universite de Geneve, 22 

Chemin des Caroubiers, Villa Marguerite, Carouge 
pres Geneve, Suisse. 

664. Steinar Foslie, Geologue, Service geologique royal, 

Christiania, Norvege. Delegue de l'Universite 
Royale de Christiania, Christiania et de la Norsk 
Geologisk Forening, Christiania. 

665. David L. H. Forbes, 306 Manning Chambers, 72 Queen 

Street West, Toronto, Canada. 

666. Instituto Geologico de Mexico, 6a Cipres 176, Mexico, 

D. F., Mexique. 

667. F. R. C. Reed, Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge, England. 

668. Internationaler Verein der Bohringenieure and 

Bohrtechniker, Potzleinsdorferstrasse 22, Wien, 
XVIII/3, Autriche. 

669. Arnold Hague, Dr., U. S. Geological Survey, Washing- 

ton, D.C., U.S.A. Delegate of the National Academy 
of Sciences, Washington, and of the U. S. Geological 
Survey, Washington. 

670. Edward T. Corkill, Bureau of Mines, Toronto, Canada, 

Delegate of the Canadian Mining Institute, Mon- 
treal. 

671. Jules Cornet, Professeur de Geologie a l'Ecole des 

Mines, 86 Boulevard Dolez, Mons, Belgique. Dele- 
gue de l'Universite de Gaud, Gaud. 

672. Maurice Leriche, Professeur de Geologie a l'Universite 

de Bruxelles, 47 Rue du Prince Royal, Bruxelles, 
Belgique. 

673. T. F. Sutherland, Box 384, Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 

674. William Evans Simpson, Fundicion de Los Arcos, 

Toluca, Mexique. 

675. Kirby Thomas, Mining Engineer, 42 Broadway, Suite 

1027, New York City, U. S. A. 

46 



676. H. S. Young, c|o Tretheway Silver Cobalt Mine, Limited, 

Mine Office, Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 

677. G. F. Morrison, clo Pellatt and Pellatt, Traders Bank 

Building, Toronto, Canada. 

678. Kwong Yung Kwang, Dr., Mines de Lincheng, Lincheng, 

via Peking, Chine. 

679. Andre Defline, Ingenieur au Corps des Mines, 124 

Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris, France. Delegue du 
Ministere des Travaux Publics, Paris. 

680. Michael Haltenberger, Dr., Budapest, Hongrie. 

681. Andrew Gibb Maitland, Government Geologist, Director 

of the Geological Survey, Geological Survey Office, 
Perth, Western Australia. 

682. S. Meunier, Professeur au Museum, 3 Quai Voltaire, 

Paris, France. Delegue du Museum National d'His- 
toire Naturelle, Paris. 

683. M. M. Allorge, Villa St. Germain, Louviers France. 

684. J. P. G. Bergeron, Dr., Ancien President de la 

Societe Geologique de France, 157 Boulevard 
Haussmann, Paris, France. 

685. R. Sieger, Professor der Geographie an der K. K. Uni- 

versitat, Goethestrasse 43, Graz, Autriche. 

686. M. Maclaren, Dr., Royal Colonial Institute, North- 

umberland Avenue, London, W. C, England. 

687. Camillo Crema, Dr., Ingenieur au Corps royal des Mines 

d'ltalie, Via S. Susanna 13, Rome, Italie. 

688. Eugene Poitevin, Mining and Civil Engineer, Geo- 

logical Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

689. Reale Societa Geografica, Rome, Italie. 

690. Laboratoire de Geologie de l'Universite de Liege, 

7 Place de l'Universite, Liege, Belgique. 

691. F. P. Gulliver, Dr., 30 Huntington Lane, Norwich, 

Connecticut, U. S. A. 

692. T. B. Williams, Head Engineer for the Canmore Coal 

Co., Canmore, Alberta, Canada. 

693. L. H. Borgstrom, Dr., Universite, Helsingfors, Fin- 

lande, Russie. Delegue de l'Universite Imperiale 
d' Alexandre en Finlande, Helsingfors, et de la 
Societe Finlandaise de Geographie, Helsingfors. 

694. Oscar Vorwerg, Hauptmann a. D., Warmbrunn, Alle- 

magne. 

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695. J. Wysogorski, Dr., wissenschaftlicher Assistent und 
stellvertretender Direktor des Mineralogischen 
Institutes, Lubecker Tor 22, Hamburg 5, Allemagne. 

690. H. W. Stille, Dr., Professor an der Universitat Leipzig, 
Direktor der Koniglich Sachsischen Geologischen 
Landesanstalt, Stallbaumstrasse 10, Leipzig, Alle- 
magne. Delegierter der Deutschen Reichsregierung, 
der Koniglich Sachsischon Geologischen Landesan- 
stalt, Leipzig, der Koniglich Sachsichen Universitat 
Leipzig, Leipzig und des Verbancles zur wissenschaft- 
lichen Untersuchung der Deutschen Kalisalzlager- 
statten, Leipzig. 

097. J. D. Irving, Dr., 284 Orange Street, New Haven, 

Connecticut, U. S. A. Delegate of Yale University, 
New Haven. 

098. A. H. Westergard, Dr., Geologue au Service g6ologique 

de Suede, Sveriges Geologiska Undersokning, Stock- 
holm, Suede. 

099. Constant Godfroy, Ingenieur des Mines, le Rusthock- 

straat 9, LaHaye, Pays-Bas. 

700. Erik W. Dahlgren, Directeur de la Bibliotheque Royale, 

Stockholm, Suede. 

701. A. Mosco Vici, Mining Engineer, Consulting Mining 

Engineer, 310 Transportation Building, Montreal, 
Canada. 

702. J. H. Lees, Asstistant State Geologist, State House, Des 

Moines, Iowa, U.S.A. Delegate of the Iowa Geo- 
logical Survey, Iowa City. 

703. E. M. Norregaard, Maitre de Conference en Chimie et 

Geologie, Academie Royal des Arts, Holmens Kanal 
22, Copenhague, Danemark. 

705. C. H. Dinham, H. M. Geological Survey, 33 George 
Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

700. J. A. Noiseux, Seminaire de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec, 
Canada. 

707. R. Stevenson, Room 51, 15 Court Square, Boston, Mas- 

sachusetts, U.S.A. 

708. Hugh Marshall, Professor, Chemistry Department, Uni- 

versity College, Dundee, Scotland. Delegate of the 
University College, Dundee. 

709. Societe des Sciences de Varsovie, Varsovie, Pologne, 

Russie. 

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710. H. G. Backlund, G6ologue-petrographc de la Direc- 

tion des Mines, Maipu 1241, Buenos Aires, Republi- 
que Argentine. 

711. B. Rose, Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

712. Mrs. F. A. McEvoy. (See No. 44.) 

713. Rolland C. Allan, Director of the Geological Survey 

of Michigan, Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A. Delegate 
of the State of Michigan Geological and Biological 
Survey, Lansing. 

714. E. A. Collins, 423 Johnston Street, Kingston, Ontario, 

Canada. 

715. Frederick R. Aufhammer, Mining Engineer, Renfrew, 

Ontario, Canada. 

716. Romolo Mell Ingenieur, Professeur de Mineralogie et de 

Geologie, Ecole royale des Ingenieurs, 51 Via Teatro 
Valle, Rome, Italic 

717. Pentli Eskola, Hoplaks, Helsingfors, Finlande, Russie. 

718. Henry Kruseman, Ingenieur et Geologue, 38 Rue Afri- 

caine, Bruxelles, Belgique. 

719. Salvatore Scalia, Professeur de Geologie et de Paleon- 

tologie a l'lnstitut Geologique, Universite Royale de 
Catania, Catania, Italic 

720. John Burchman Harrison, Dr., Government Laboratory, 

Georgetown, Demerara, British Guiana. Delegate of 
the Government of British Guiana. 

722. Roy J. Holden, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, 

Virginia Polytechnical Institute, Blacksburg, Vir- 
ginia, U.S.A. Delegate of the Virginia Polytechnical 
Institute, Blacksburg. 

723. Wallace Broad, c/o Shanghai Club, Shanghai, China, 

724. Oscar Mamet, Ingenieur Civil des Mines, Ingenieur- 

Directeur des Mines de Lincheng, Lincheng, Chihli, 
Chine. 

725. Attale Riche, Dr., Charge de Cours a l'Universite de 

Lyon, 56 Avenue de Noailles, Lyon, France. 

726. J. A. Denison, Anglo-French Exploration Company, 224 

Salisbury House, London, E.G., England. 

727. Percy E. Raymond, Dr., Professor, Museum of Compara- 

tive Zoology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 
Delegate of Harvard University, Cambridge, and of 
the Museum of Comparative Zoologie, Cambridge. 

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728. L. H. Cole, Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, 

Ottawa, Canada. 

729. Walter Andrew Bell, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. 

730. Tadasu Hiki, Dr., Professeur de Geologie et de Mine- 

ralogie, Universite Imperiale de Kyoto, Kyoto, Japon. 

731. Charles H. Heys, Technical Chemist, Toronto Arcade, 

Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada. 

732. Geo. A. Guess, Professor of Metallurgy, University of 

Toronto, Canada. 

733. Mrs. G. 0. Guess. 

734. Heinrich Arndt, Himmelreichstrasse 3, Miinchen, Alle- 

magne. 

735. Francois-Xavier Forest, Professeur de Geologie, College 

Bourget, Rigaud, Quebec, Canada. 

736. Gioachimo Angelis d'Ossat, Professeur, Directeur du 

Musee et du Laboratoire de Geologie, Institut Agro- 
nomique Superieur, Perugia, Italic 

737. "Wilfried von Seidlitz, Dr., Privatdozent, Parkstrasse 9. 

Ruprechtsau, Strassburg, Elsass, Allemagne. 

738. Frau Helene Gaebert, Inselstrasse 2, Leipzig, Allemagne. 

739. Geographisches Seminar der Universitat Leipzig, Leip- 

zig, Allemagne. 

740. Ludwig Wolff, Bergrat, Vor dem Rammelsberg, Goslar 

am Harz, Allemagne. 

741. Max Weg, Verlagsbuehhandler, Konigstrasse 3, Leipzig, 

Allemagne. 

742. Ernst Schnass, Koniglich Preussischer Bergassessor, 

Hochstrasse 11/15, Aachen, Allemagne. 

743. Heinrich Karl Friedrich Schultze, Markscheider und 

Ingenieur, Georgstrasse 18, Hannover, Allemagne. 

744. Charles Bodganovitch, Ingenieur des Mines, Professeur 

de Geologie, Comite geologique, Wassili-Ostrow, 4 lin. 
15, St.-Petersbourg, Russie. 

745. Bibliothek der K. K. Bohmischen Franz-Joseph-Tech- 

nischen Hochschule, Briinn, Autriche. 

746. Arvist Gustaf Hogbom, Professeur de Geologie et de 

Mineralogie, Universite d'Upsala, Suede. 

747. W. K. McNeill, Provincial Assayer, Ontario Department 

of Lands, Forests and Mines, 5 Queen's Park, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

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748. Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, la Encino 27, 

Mexico, D.F., Mexique. 

749. Franklin L. Barker, Professor of Geography, University 

of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A. Delegate of the 
University of Oregon, Eugene. 

750. R. F. Segsworth, Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, Jarvis 

Building, 103 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada. 

751. Rene Nickles, Professeur de Geologic, Ingcnieur Civil 

des Mines, Universite de Nancy, 4 Rue des Jardi- 
niers, Nancy, France. 

752. Stewart J. Lloyd, Dr., University of Alabama, Univer- 

sity, Alabama, U.S.A. Delegate of the Geological 
Survey of Alabama, University. 

753. R. M. Raymond, Resident Manager, Exploration Com- 

pany of England and Mexico, Limited, 526 Mutual 
Building, Apartado 740, Mexico, D.F., Mexique. 

754. H. L. Kerr, Room 611, Kent Building, Toronto, Canada. 

755. Antonio Camiraud, Professeur de Geologie, Seminaire de 

Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada. 

756. P. F. Hubrecht, Dr., Batavia, Indes neerlandaises. 

757. Alfred Tarut, 457 Chemin Ste. Catherine, Outremont, 

Montreal, Canada. Delegue de l'Academie de 
Macon, Macon, France. 

758. Emil Ernst August Tietze, Dr., Oberbergrat, k. k. 

Hofrat, Direktor der k. k. Geologischen Reichsan- 
stalt, Rasumoffskygasse 23, Wien HI/2, Autriche. 
. Delegierter der k. k. Osterreichischen Reichsregie- 
rung, Wien, der k. k. Geologischen Reichsanstalt, 
Wien und der k. k. Geographischen Gesellschaft, 
Wien. 

759. Bessarion Karandeeff, Professeur de Mineralogie et de 

Chrystallographie, Institut Mineralogique, Cours Su- 
perieures des Femmes, Moscou, Russie. 

760. Association des Ingenieurs sortis de l'Ecole de Liege, 

16 Quai de 1 'Universite, Liege, Belgique. 

761. Henry Buehler, State Geologist of Missouri, Rolla, Mis- 

souri, U.S.A. 

762. Heinrich Fischer, Geheimer Bergrat, Eisenstuckstrasse 

37, Dresden, Allemagne. 

763. Henry de Dorlodat, Dr., Professeur, Universite catholi- 

que, 42 Rue de Beriot, Louvain, Belgique. 

764. Henry Bradley, 109 Gloucester Street, Toronto, Canada. 

51 



765. Pablo Fabrega, Ingenieur des Mines, Professeur de Geo- 

logie, Ecole des Ingenieurs des Mines, Les Madrazo 
20, Madrid, Espagne. 

766. Balthasar Gossner, Dr., Privatdozent fur Mineralogie, 

Universitat Miinchen, Mineralogisches Institut, Neu- 
hauserstrasse 51, Miinchen, Allemagne. 

767. Albert Pelloux, Capitaine d'Etat-Major, Villa Caterina, 

Bordighera, Italie. 

768. Edoardo Sanna, Ingenieur civil, ancien directeur des 

Mines, Corso Vittoria, 20, Cagliari, Italie. 

769. John Bickerton Williams, 2 Surrey Place, Toronto, Can- 

ada. Delegate of the Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

770. James Stopford Brunton, 128 McTavish Street, Montreal, 

Canada. 

771. Geo. Holste, Hamburg, Allemagne. 

772. Karl Holtmann, Koniglicher Bergassessor, Direktor der 

Gewerkschaft Schwarzhurger Salinen, Stadtilm, 
Thuringen, Allemagne. 

773. Leon Sohier, Professeur de Metallurgie, Monument Na- 

tional, 1029 Rue Berri, Montreal, Canada. 

774. Harold Leans, The Iron and Coal Trades Review, 165 

Strand, London, W.C., England. 

775. Francois Schafarzik, Dr., Professeur, Haute Ecole Poly- 

technique, Budapest I, Hongrie. 

776. H. M. Porteous, c/o Vipond Porcupine Mines Company 

Limited, Schumacher, Ontario, Canada. 

777. Friedrich Heimbrodt, Dr., Siidstrasse 80, Leipzig-Co., 

Allemagne. 

778. Hans-Hermann von Scotti, Koniglicher Bergassessor, 

Maria-Theresia-Allee 47, Aachen, Allemagne. 

779. Barthelemy Granig, Dr., Professor der Mineralogie und 

Petrographie, Montanistische Hochschule Leoben, 
Steiermark, Autriche. 

780. Gelsenkirchener Bergwerks - Aktien - Gesellschapf, 

Gelsenkirchen, Rheinland, Allemagne. 

781. Wladmir Obroutchefp, Ingenieur des Mines, Geoloque, 

Professeur, Kalochin pereulok, 4, log. 18, Arbat, Mos- 
cou, Russie. 

782. Mme Catherine Lacroix, (331). 

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783. Max lohest, Ingenieur, Professeur de Geologie, Universite 

de Liege, Liege, Belgique. Delegue de l'Academie 
Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux Arts, 
Braxelles. 

784. Reverend Hugh McPherson, Dr., Chancellor, St. Francis 

Xavier's College, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Delegate of St. Francis Xavier's College, Antigonish. 

785. Stanley Nettleton, Vereeniging Estades Limited, Ve- 

reeniging, Transvaal, Union of South Africa. 

786. Oscar H. Reiniiolt, Mining Engineer, Instructor in Geolo- 

gy, San Diego Polytechnic High School, San Diego, 
California, U.S.A. 

787. Frank Walbridge de Wolf, Director, Illinois State Geo- 

logical Survey, Urbana, Illinois, U. S. A. 

788. Michele Gortani, Dr., Professor de Geologie, Tolmezzo, 

Italic 

789. Institut Egyptien, Cairo, Egypt. 

790. Boyd Magee, Albany Club, Toronto, Canada. 

791. Alfred Ely Day, Profeseur des Sciences Naturelles, Col- 

lege Protestant Syrien, Beyrouth, Syrie, Turquie. 

792. J. L. Coulson, 186 Beverley Street, Toronto, Canada. 

793. Clifford E. Smith, National Club, Toronto, Canada. 

794. Herbert E. Mervin, Dr., Geophysical Laboratory, "Wa- 

shington, D. C, U.S.A. 

795. Robert Bell, Dr., c/o The Canadian Commissioner, 17 

Boulevard des Capucines, Paris, France. 

796. Charles Franklin Dicke, Jr., Haileybury, Ontario, Cana- 

da. 

797. Thomas William Gibson, Deputy Minister of Mines of 

the Province of Ontario, Toronto, Canada. Delegate 
of the North of England Institue of Mining and Me- 
chanical Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 

798. Miss Aida Heine, Professor of Geology, 49 Dryads Green, 

Northampton, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

799. Albert de Romeu, Ingenieur, 70 bis Avenue d'lena, Paris 

France. 

801. Vittorio Novarese, Professeur, Ingenieur en chef du 

Corps Royal des Mines, Via Sa Susanna 13, Rome, 
Italic 

802. Friedrich Klockmann, Dr., Geheimrat, Professor, Konig- 

liche Technische Hochschule, Aachen, Allemagne. 

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803. Eijiro Sagawa, Dr., Societe miniere Mitsui, Tokyo, Japon. 

804. Nicolas Karakasch, Professeur de Geologie et de Paleon- 

tologie, Universite, St.-Petersbourg, Russie. 

805. David Reid Keys, Professor, University College, Univer- 

sity of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 
Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

806. Richard Michael, Dr., Professor, Koniglicher Landes- 

geologe, Dozent an der Koniglichen Bergakademie 
Berlin, Bleibtreustrasse 14. Charlottenburg, Alle- 
magne. 

1003. George F. Becker, U. S. Geological Survey, Washing- 
ton, Delegate of the Government of the U. S. A. 
and of the National Academy of Sciences, Washing- 
ton. 

1006. A. C. Boyle. Delegate of the State of Wyoming 
Geological Survey, Cheyenne, U. S. A. 

1012. Thomas C. Chamberlin, University of Chicago. Delegate 
of the Government of the U.S.A., and of the Washing- 
ton Academy of Sciences, Washington, U. S. A. 

1017. William Alfred Gibb, 1 Belvidere Street, Aberdeen. 
Delegate of the University, Aberdeen, Scotland. 

1028. M. Kilian. Delegue de l'Universite" de Grenoble, 

Grenoble, France. 

1029. G. Klemm. Delegierter der Grossherzoglich Hessischen 

Geologischen Landesanstalt, Darmstadt, Hessen, 
Allemagne. 
1031. Rev. A. Lajeunesse, Delegate of the University of 
Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada. 

1041. Henry Louis, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Delegate of Armstrong College of the University 
of Durham, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 

1042. Professor Lull. Delegate of Yale University, New 

Haven, U. S. A. 
1049. George N. Morang. Delegue du Gouvernement de 

Guatemala. 
1056. S. H. Reynolds. Delegate of the University of Bristol, 

Bristol, England. 

1060. Warren D. Smith, Philippine Islands. Delegate of the 

Government of the U. S. A. 

1061. Herbert Warington Smyth, Secretary for Mines. 

Delegate of the Government of the Union of South 
Africa, Cape Town, South Africa. 

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1062. Dr. Salomon. Delegierter der Universitat Heidelberg, 

Heidelberg, Allemagne. 
1066. F. N. Tchernycheff. Delegue du Gouvernement de 

Russie et de la Commission Sismique Centrale, St.- 

Petersburg, Russie. 

1068. Cyrus F. Tolman, associate professor of Geology at 

the University. Delegate of Leland Stanford Junior 
University, Stanford University, California, U. S. A. 

1069. R. D. Tyler. Delegate of the State of Wyoming 

Geological Survey, U. S. A. 

1086. David White, Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
Delegate of the Government of the U. S. A., of the 
Washington Academy of Sciences, Washington, and 
of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 
U. S. A. 

1104. Josef Felix Pompeckj, Dr., Professor der Geologie 
und Palseontologie an der Universitat Tubingen, 
Tubingen (Wiirttemberg), Allemagne. 

1109. Ernst Esch, Dr., Roqueteweg 37, Darmstadt, Allemagne. 

1111. SOCIEDAD MEXICANA DE GEOGRAPHIA Y EsTADISTICA, 

I a calle de la Academia, 9, Mexico, Mexique. 

1112. Carl Harry Ferdinand Rosenbusch, Dr., or- 

dentlicher Professor der Mineralogie und Geologie, 

Geheimer Rat, Kaiserstrasse 25, Heidelberg (Baden), 

Allemagne. 
1115. Alfred L. HALL,Mines Department, Geological Survey 

Service, Pretoria, Union of South Africa. 
1118. A. S. Mackenzie, Dr., President of the University. 

Delegate of the Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., 

Canada. 

1125. W. J. Sollas, Professor of Geology in the University of 

Oxford. Delegate of the University of Oxford, 
Oxford, England. 

1126. Sergius Dufatjlt, Sous-Ministre de la Colonisations 

des Mines et des Pecheries, Quebec, Canada. Dele- 
gue du Departement de la Colonisation, des Mines 
et des Pecheries, Quebec, Canada. 

1127. Philip Cox, Dr,. Professor of Natural History 

and Geology of the University of New Brunswick. 
Delegate of the University of New Brunswick, Fred- 
ericton, Canada. 
1129. Timothy Mullins, Colombian Consul in Toronto, 
Canada. Delegate of the Government of Colombia. 

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1132. Carlos I. Lisson, Engineer, P. O. Box 787, Lima, 
Perou. Delegue de l'Association des Ingenieurs, 
Lima. 

1135. D. Angel Gallardo, Dr., Buenos Aires, Argentine. 
Delegue du Musee National d'Histoire Naturelle, 
Buenos Aires. 

1137. George L. Cannon, Professor, Denver, Colorado, U. S. A. 

Delegate of the Colorado Scientific Society, Denver. 

1138. Juan Keidel, Dr., Directeur du Service Geologique de 

la Republique Argentine. Delegue du Gouvernement 
de la Republique Argentine et du Service Geologique 
de la Republique Argentine. 
1141. G. H. Ashwin, Birk House, Ardsley, Bamsley, England. 
Delegate of the Institution of Mining Engineers , 
London, England. 

1145. G. H. Ling, Dr., Dean of the Faculties of Arts and 
Science, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 
Canada. Delegate of the University of Saskat- 
chewan, Saskatoon. 

1150. John Milne, Professor. Delegate of the Asiatic Society 
of Japan, Tokyo. 

1177. F. W. Harbord, Delegate of the Institution of Mining and 

Metallurgy, London, England. 

1178. Wallace W. Atwood, Dr., Secretary of the Museum. 

Delegate of the Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chi- 
cago, Illinois, U.S.A. 

1179. Tory, President of the University of Alberta, Edmonton, 

Alberta, Canada. Delegate of the University of Al- 
berta. 

1154. A. H. Purdue, Professor, University of Arkansas, State 

Geologist of Tennessee, Fayetteville, U.S.A. Delegate 
of the Tennessee State Geological Survey, Nashville. 

1155. John Cunningham McLennan, Dr., Professor, Physical 

Laboratory, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 
Delegate of the Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

1156. J. Patterson, Delegate of the Canadian Institute, To- 

ronto. 

1157. W. Scott. Delegate of the Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

1159. Ferrucio Zambonini, Dr., Professeur de Mineralogie et 
Directeur de l'lnstitut mineralogique, Universite 
Royale, Palermo, Italic Delegue de 1 'Universite 
des Sciences, Catania. 

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1160. Archibald Byron Macallum, Dr., Professor, University 

of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Cana- 
dian Institute, Toronto. 

1161. Weiss, Ingenieur en chef des Mines, Directeur des Mines, 

des Distributions d'Energie electrique et de l'Aero- 
nautique au Ministere des Travaux Publics, Paris, 
France. Delegue du Gouvernement Tunisien et du 
Ministere des Travaux Publics, Paris. 

1162. J. P. McMurrich, Dr., Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 

Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

1163. Clifton Durant Howe, Dr., University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the Canadian Insti- 
tute, Toronto. 

1164. J. H. Faull, Dr., Delegate of the Canadian Institute, 

Toronto, Canada. 

1165. W. B. Tindall. Delegate of the Canadian Institute, 

Toronto. 

1166. Carlos Diaz Lecuna. Delegue du Collegio de Ingenieros, 

des Etats Unis du Venezuela. 

1167. A. J. Galbraith, Professor, Toronto, Canada. Delegate 

of the Canadian Institute, Toronto. 

1168. E. B. Matthews, Assistant State Geologist, State Geo- 

logical and Economic Survey of Maryland, Baltimore, 
Maryland, U.S.A. Delegate of the Maryland State 
Geological and Economic Survey, Baltimore, and of 
the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. 

1169. "W. H. Sherzer, Professor, Michigan State Normal School, 

Ypsilanti, Michigan, U.S.A. Delegate of the Michi- 
gan Academy of Science, Lansing. 

1170. Carlos A. Gallarce, Consul General of the Argentine 

Republic, Ottawa, Canada. Delegate of the Govern- 
ment of the Argentine Republic and of the Geographi- 
cal Institute of Argentine, Buenos Ayres. 

1179. H. M. Tory, President of the University of Alberta, 
Strathcona, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Delegate 
of the University of Alberta, Strathcona. 

1185. Hon. John Valentine Ellis, Senator, St. John, New 
Brunswick, Canada. Delegate of the Natural History 
Society of New Brunswick, St. John. 

1188. C. Malaise, Professeur, Vice-President de la Commission 
Geologique de Belgique, Gembloux, Belgique. Dele- 
gue de l'Academie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres 
et des Beaux Arts, Bruxelles. 

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1194. Theodore Skoupos, Dr., Professeur, Conservateur, Mu- 

see mineralogique et paleontologique de l'Universite, 
Athenes, Grece. Delegue du Gouvernement Royal de 
Grece. 

1195. E. H. Armstrong, Commissioner of Publio Works and 

.Mines of the Province of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Xova 
Scotia, Canada. Delegate of the Commission of Pub- 
lic Works and Mines, Halifax. 

1196. Ladislas Szajnocha, Professeur, Bahngasse 4, Cracovie, 

Galicie, Autriche. Delegu de l'Academie Imperiale 
des Sciences, Cracovie. 

1199. Elizabeth F. Fisher, Professor, Wellesley College, Wel- 
lesley, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Delegate of Wellesley 
College, Wellesley. 

1201. William F. Prouty, Geologist, Geological Survey of 

Alabama, University, Alabama, U.S.A. Delegate of 
the Geological Survey of Alabama, University. 

1202. W. R. Wilson. Delegate of the Canadian Mining 

Institute, Montreal. 

1203. Norman R. Fischer. Delegate of the Canadian 

Mining Institute, Montreal. 

1204. Chas. H. Poirier. Delegate of the Canadian Mining 

Institute, Montreal. 

1205. Chas. Fergie. Delegate of the Canadian Mining Insti- 

tute, Montreal. 

1206. J. J. Penhale. Delegate of the Canadian Mining 

Institute, Montreal. 

1207. D. A. Dunlap. Delegate of the Canadian Mining 

Institute, Montreal. 

1208. G. R. Mickle, Ontario Bureau of Mines, Parliament 

Buildings, Toronto, Canada. Delegate of the 
Canadian Mining Institute, Montreal. 

1209. W. G. Tretheway. Delegate of the Canadian Mining 

Institute, Montreal. 



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