This evening the annual meeting of Co-operative Society will take place. It is a meeting of importance. Last year the college papers were flooded with complaints of the careless way in which the society was carried on, and individuals were harshly criticised who were not responsible. This year the society starts out under a different system, and so far has done a much larger business than it did last year. There is now a superintendent whose sole duty is to attend to the Society's interests, and from now on if anything is not satisfactory, he is the person to whom complaint ought to be made. The annual meeting should be well attended. It is best that so important a department should receive a share of the attention of at least a fair proportion of the members, so that it cannot be said that a few are responsible for any negligence which may occur.