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ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.
CONDITIONS AND PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERSHIP.
It is provided by Chapter I. § IV. of the Constitution and Laws of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, that,—
"The Ordinary Members shall be those who are approved by the Council, and who pay the ordinary annual subscription, or a composition for life-membership."
The Annual Subscription is One Guinea, and is payable in advance at the commencement of each Session. A single Contribution of Ten Guineas constitutes Life-Membership. There is an Entrance Fee in either case of One Guinea. Ladies are admitted as Members.
The privileges of Membership include admission (with one Guest) to all Meetings of the Society, and the use of the Library and MapRoom. Each Member is entitled to receive, free by post, the Scottish Geographical Magazine, which is published monthly, and all other ordinary publications of the Society.
Branches of the Society have been established in Glasgow, Dundee, and Aberdeen, where periodical Meetings are held.
VOLUME VII., 1891.
No. II. FEBRUARY.
No. VIII. AUGUST.