Although no one society is of sufficient magnitude to employ salaried officials, there seems to be no reason why several of them should not club together and establish a sort of bureau of management. At the present time there are plenty of experienced clerks and book-keepers out of employment, who would be only too glad to keep the books and manage the money matters of college societies. The Boat Club, the Base-Ball Club, the Foot-Ball Club, etc., might join together to employ a regular salaried clerk to manage their business, to send out and collect bills, to pay their debts, etc. The more private and social societies might do the same. A disagreeable and often ill-managed responsibility would be lifted off of the shoulders of our fellow-students, and the money matters of the clubs, being managed by men who could give to them their whole time, would probably be found to assume a much less troublesome form than they at present have.