Annual Report of the Secretary

January 1882
Mr. President, and Members of the Institute. I have the honor to make the following Report in regard to matters connected with the Naval Institute for the preceding year, speaking ...

Treasurer's Report

January 1882
To the President, Officers and Members of the U. S. Naval Institute.Gentlemen :—Chief Engineer James P. Sprague, who was, for many years, the faithful Treasurer of the Institute, died on ...

Constitution

January 1882
Title.Article I. The organization shall be known as the United States Naval Institute.Object.Art. II. Its object shall be the advancement of professional and scientific knowledge in the Navy.Organization and Officers.Art. ...

By-Laws

January 1882
Article I. The rules of the United States House of Representatives shall, in so far as applicable, govern the parliamentary proceedings of the Society.Art. II. 1. At both regular and ...

Note on Sladen's Gunnery

Professor J. M. Rice
January 1882
The values of ? and ?' derived in the following note are given in Major Sladen's Principles of Gunnery, pages 74 and 75, London, 1879, with a reference to Mr. ...

List of Members

January 1882
LIST OF MEMBERS.526.April 1882.Notice.—The Proceedings will be sent to the addresses herein given, until information is received to the contrary. To prevent the loss of numbers, the ...

Necrology

January 1882
Chief Engineer Albert Aston. Born, Middletown, Conn., Dec. 29, 1838. Appointed Third Assistant Engineer from Connecticut, Feb. 21, 1861. Office Engineer-in-Chief, April 4, 1861—Nov. 21, 1865. Promoted to Second Assistant ...

Officers of the Institute, 1882

January 1882
PRESIDENT,REAR-ADMIRAL C. R. P. RODGERS.VICE-PRESIDENT,CAPTAIN F. M. RAMSAY.SECRETARY,LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER C. M. THOMAS.CORRESPONDING SECRETARY,LIEUTENANT J. B. MURDOCK.TREASURER,PAYMASTER R. W. ALLEN.COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS,LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER J. E. CRAIG.LIEUTENANT J. G. EATON.LIEUTENANT H. L. GREEN.Presidents ...

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