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Co-operative Society.


The regular annual meeting of the Harvard Cooperative Society was held last evening in University 16.

A most encouraging report was made of the condition of the society, showing a marked increase in business and a prosperity very creditable to the management.

The following officers were then elected:

President, Professor F. W. Taussig (in place of Professor E. Cummings, resigned).

Secretary. L. W. Mott '96.

Of the board of directors, the following members continue to serve: Professor F. C. de Sumichrast (for the Faculty), C. A. Duniway, Gr., I. Bowditch '97. The vacancies were filled as follows: C. Boucher '96, J. R. Crocker '98, W. E. Hutton L. S., Mr. F. B. Mallory, Instr. Med. Sch., (representing the University at large).

The report of business, not including the shoemaking department or the new department for the Medical School, follows:

For the year 1893-94. 1894-95.

Business, $118,500.00 $136,000.00

Profit, 11,823.06 14,438.88

Dividends, 5,000.00 5,000.00

Members, 1681 1909

For the first month of each college year:

Business to Nov. 10, 1894, $53,126.78

Business to Nov. 10, 1895, 57,702.50

Gain, 4,575.72

Members to Nov. 20, 1894, 1862

Members to Nov. 20, 1895, 2157

Gain, 295

The new branch of the Society, established this year for the Medical School, has, thus far, done a business of $898.58.

The election of Prof. Taussig as president is particularly acceptable, because before his Sabbatical year he acted as president of the society, and to his untiring efforts then is largely due its remarkable prosperity at the present time.

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