AMERICAN ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY.
The third general meeting of the American Electrochemical Society will be held on April 16, 17, 18 in the large assembly hall of the Chemists’ Club, 108 West Fifty-fifth street, Manhattan, New York. Many interesting papers will be read, among them, one, on “The corrosion of metals by electrolysis,” by A. A. Knudson, of New York; another on “The electrolysis of water.” by J. W. Richards, Ph. D., and W. S. Landis. The president of the society is Joseph W. Richards. Ph. D.; secretary, Charles J. Reed. 929 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa.; New York secretary. Alois von Isakovics. 449 East One Hundred and Twenty-first street. Manhattan, New York. During the meeting the hotel headquarters of the society will be at The Wellington, Seventh avenue and Fifty-fifth street, half a block from the Chemists’ Club, where all meetings will be held.