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Terre Haute Ind. Sunday January 8th 1882
The Lodge met in regular session.
Worthy Master Fox occupied the chair.
The meeting being opened in due form the roll of officer was called after which the minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved.
The following bills were read and allowed:
D. H. Wright - Photo and frame Bro. Tom Long - $3.00 Herz's Bazaar - Crape ribbon for photo " " 0.40 J.Q. Button and Co. - Nail and cord " " 0.40 James Smith -Financier - Postage Stamps " " 1.00
Report of Officers
The financier submitted his quarterly report for the quarter sending December 31st 1881 but as the said report was not certified to by the three Trustees it was referred to the said Trustees for approval and to be reported back at the following regular meeting.
The chair declared the following members expelled for non-payment of dues:
L. Burgess -- G. McGaughey -- Jacob Romans --H. Greeson -- Thomas Monahan -- Chas. Bissell A. J. Mullen and Fred Mullen.
The Committee of the 8th Annual Ball submitted the report as follows:
Tickets sold $126.00 Check Room 24.45 ---------------- Total $150.45 Expenditures 85.15 Balance $ 65.30
Tickets not accounted for C. Bissell 13
James Smith}Committee Chas. Scott}
In motion the foregoing report was concurred in.
Death Claims Nos 51 -- 52 & 53 were read and ordered paid on a basis of $2100 each.
A By Law was introduced making the dues of the Lodge 50 cents per month per member for the year ending December 31 st 1882
A By Law was also introduced setting the regular meetings at the 2d & 4th Sundays in each month and calling the same to order at 2 OClock P.M. sharp.
The foregoing By Laws were laid over for action until the following regular meeting.
David De Wolf applied for a final withdrawal card -- he being engaged in the sale of intoxicating liquor. The withdrawal card was granted.
James Robinson applied for a withdrawal card to join Wm F. Hynes Lodge No 48. Granted.
The Lodge then adjourned.
Close of regular meeting Sunday Jan. 8/82