About fifty members of the Co-operative Society met last evening in Sever 11 to discuss the new plan for the conduction of the Society, published in Wednesday's issue. Professor Taussig explained the provisions of the new scheme, which were adopted by an unanimous vote, with a few unimportant amendments. It was moved by Mr. Furber that the business of the Society be thrown open to all members of the University for the remainder of the college year. An amendment that goods be sold to non-members at a slight advance on the regular price was lost. The original motion was then lost by a vote of 26 to 20.
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