Linnean Society Procedure

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AT the anniversary meeting of the Linnean Society complaint was made that the attendances at the evening meetings were greatly falling off, and fellows were urged to remedy this. The bad attendance is, I think, largely attributable to the lamentably unbusinesslike routine into which the Society's proceedings have fallen, and is not likely to be remedied until that is first remedied. Permit me to indicate what appear to me four primary defects in the Society's proceedings.

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C., F. Linnean Society Procedure. Nature 48, 150 (1893) doi:10.1038/048150b0

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