Report of the Secretary for 1919–1920

Sidney K. Simon
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Your Secretary wishes to submit the following report of the activities of his office during the past year. The Society upon the whole, has enjoyed a prosperous year. Shortly after entering upon his incumbency, the President sent a circular letter to the membership, asking for their full coöperation in the up building of the Society, and at the same time suggesting that those members not in full sympathy with the purposes of the Society should resign. Your Secretary is pleased to announce that this appeal met with a generally favorable response upon the part of a large majority of the members. Partly as a result of the President's statement, but in some instances for other reasons, the following members have handed in their resignations, which are submited for your approval: Drs. E. L. L'Engle, Thos. R. Boggs, W. C. Billings, Walter Brem, Judson Daland, W. E. Musgrave, W. L. Moss.