J. H. McCormick
-7-communications should be stated, otherwise twelve minutes will be allotted. It is anticipated that not more than twenty minutes can be allotted for any communication unless the Presidency decide to extend the time by reason of the general interest or importance of the subject The Presidency with the complete Organization of the Congress (including Delegates) will be announced in the Preliminary program of June, 1904.PROGRAM.All papers or abstracts designed for presentation before the Congress, and all proposals and applications affecting the Congress, will be submitted to a Program Committee who shall decide whether the same are appropriate for incorporation in the announcements, though the dicisions of these Committee shall be subject to revision by the Presidency after the Congress convenes.Any proposal affecting the organization of the Congress or of the program for the Washington session must be received in writing not later than May 1, 1904. Communications designed to be printed in connection with the Congress must be received not later than June 1, and any abstracts of communications (not exceeding 300 words in length) designed for printing in the General Program to be published at the beginning of the Congress must be received not later than August 1, 1904. Dally Programs will be issued during the sesions.All correspondence relating to the Congress and all remittances should be addressed--THE EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CONGRESS,Hubbard Memorial Hall,Washington, D.C., U.S.A03361
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