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Determining compatibility could take years of getting to know someone. Greenough in niches, and between them there is a board with the names of our Medallists in gold letters. First President of the Royal Geographical Society '. As Chairman of the Council he shall appoint Eeferees to examine and report on original Papers communicated to the Society, previous to their publication. It is his duty, conjointly with the Council, to consider and resolve ou the names of Fellows who are to go out of the Council, and of those to be recommended to the Anniversary Meeting to fill up the vacancies. When prevented from being present at the meetings of the Fellows or Council, or from otherwise attending to the current business of the Society, he will be expected to give timely notice thereof to one of the Vice-Presidents, or, in their absence, to some other Member of the Council, who may exercise his authority until the next meeting of the Council. In all Meetings of the Society and Council, except in the cases otherwise provided for, the decision of a majority of the Fellows voting shall be considered as the decision of the Meeting, the President or Chairman having only a casting vote. The alterations cost £3,798, removal £1,074, dilapidations at 15, Whitehall Place, £834— total, £19,733. In 1894 there was an expenditure of £1,478 to improve the ac- commodation at 1, Savile Row, and on December 12th of that year the President gave a reception to the Fellows and their families to aflford them an opportunity of becoming acquainted with their improved premises. In the entrance hall there are marble busts of Sir Roderick Murchison and Mr. Vincent Erskine (Limpopo) Livingstone Search and Eelief Fund 1872. By exchange with fifty societies and periodicals in the United Kingdom about 95 volumes are received annually, and by exchange with 150 colonial and foreign societies and periodicals about 160 volumes are received: a total of 200 exchanges yielding 255 volumes per year.