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At a meeting of the directors of the Dining Association yesterday, it was voted to buy a safe for the use of the auditor; to have placards placed in the gallery requesting visitors to remove their hats; and the following resolution was unanimously passed:

Resolved, that the board cannot too strongly condemn the demonstrations by certain members at the wearing of hats by visitors in the gallery. These demonstrations are unnecessary, as it is the duty of the head waiter to notify at once all visitors not removing their hats. The board earnestly requests, therefore, that nothing of the kind take place in the future.

The sentiment of the meeting was emphatically against any such clapping and stamping as that of yesterday, and the majority of the board expressed the opinion that such action were ungentlemanly, and a disgrace to the association. The steward was asked to improve the lunches, by the addition of vegetables, and c., whenever it could be done without raising the price of board.

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