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THE fortieth meeting of the Society was held in Earl 
Hall, Columbia University, New York City, on Tuesday 
and "Wednesday, December 27th and 28th, 1904. The first 
session began at 2.15 p.m.. President Beecher being in the 
Chair. It was voted to omit reading the records of the last 
meeting, as they had been distributed in print. The annual 
report of the Secretary was read, accepted, and placed on 
file. A communication from the Corresponding Secretary, 
excusing himself, on account of illness, from attending 
the sessions, was read and accepted. The Chair appointed 
Messrs. Brown, Torrey, and Fagnani as a Committee to 
nominate officers. Professor Jackson reported from the 
Committee of Arrangements with regard to the dinner 
and social hour. The Treasurer presented his report, and 
the Recording Secretary his financial statement. These 
were referred to Messrs. Bacon and Thurston as an Audit- 
ing Committee. 

At 2.30 the annual address was delivered by President 
Beecher. Subject : " Torah, a Word Study in the Old 
Testament." Voted to elect three members as representa- 
tives of this Society on the Board of Managers of the 
American School of Oriental Research in Palestine. Messrs. 
Moore, Torrey, and Ropes were appointed a Committee to 
nominate these three members. 

From 3.15 to 5 papers were read and discussed as follows: 
By Professor Batten : " The Conquest of Northern Canaan." 
By Prof. J. H. Ropes: "Note on the Interpretation of 
Jas. 218." By Dr. jj. H. Spoer: «A Double Recension 


of the Song of Songs." By Prof. J. D. Prince: "More 
about Nisroch-Nusku." By Dr. T. C. Foote : " The Poetical 
Form of the First Chapter of Nahum." 

Professor Moore, from the Special Nominating Com- 
mittee, recommended the election of Messrs. Thurston, 
Ewell, and Batten as members of the Managing Committee 
of the American School of Oriental Research in Palestine 
for the current year. Also, for next year, the President 
of the Society, with Messrs. Merriman and Moxom. Voted 
to accept the report and elect the gentlemen named. Ad- 
journed for dinner and social hour. 

Tuesday Evening, December 27. — At 7.45, directly after 
dinner, the Society was called to order in the Gymnasium 
building. Professor Jackson gave orally his "Notes on 
Ecbatana and Rages of Media in the Apocrypha," which 
were illustrated by the stereopticon. The Society then 
returned to Earl Hall. 

Professor Brown, for the Nominating Committee, reported 
the following list of officers, who were then elected : 

Pres. William R. Harper, President. 
Prof. Paul Haupt, Vice-President. 

Eev. William H. Cobb, Secretary. 

Prof. J. D. Prince, Treasurer. 

Dr. William Hayes Ward, 
Dr. John P. Peters, 
Prof. F. C. Porter, 

Additional Members 

of the 


The Auditing Committee reported the financial accounts 
of the Treasurer and the Recording Secretary to be correct 
and properly cast. 

The Council nominated for membership in the Society 
the following persons, who were then unanimously elected : 

Honorary Members 

Prof. Archibald H. Sayce, D.D., Oxford. 
Prof. Adolf Harnack, D.D., Berlin. 


Active Members 

Prof. Edward I. Bosworth, D.D., Oberlin. 

Miss E. Olive Dutclier (Instructor in Bib. Lit.), Mount Holyoke College. 

Rev. William Fitz-Simon, Tuxedo Park, N.Y. 

Rev. Elihu Grant, A.M., East Saugus, Mass. 

Rev. W. W. Guth, Ph.D., Columbia University. 

Rev. Wm. H. P. Hatch, Ph.D., South Hartford, N.Y. 

Prof. James R. Jewett, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

William Popper, Ph.D., Columbia University, New York City. 

Prof. Elbert Russell, A.M., Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. 

Prof. William C. Schaeffer, D.D., Lancaster, Pa. 

Prof. Halsey B. Stevenson, Auburn, N.Y. 

The Council reported the election of Prof. James H. 
Ropes as Corresponding Seci-etary, and of Prof. Wm. R. 
Arnold and Rev. Wm. H. Cobb as additional members of 
the Publishing Committee. They announced, as the place 
and time of the next meeting, Columbia University, and the 
holiday week of 1905, the particular time and place to be 
determined by the Committee of Arrangements, Professors 
Prince, Jackson, and Gottheil. 

From 8.35 to 10 papers were read and discussed as 
follows : 

By Prof. B. W. Bacon, on " Papias and the Gospel 
according to the Hebrews." By A. S. Waldstein, on "A 
Trace of Babylonian Influence in the Talmud." By Prof. 
C. C. Torrey, on " The Fifty-third Chapter of Isaiah." By 
Prof. Paul Haupt, on "The Poetic Form of Psalm xxiii." 

Adjourned to Wednesday morning. 

Wednesday, December 28. — Met at 9.45. Voted that the 
thanks of the Society be returned to Columbia University, 
and to the Committee of Arrangements, for the accommo- 
dations provided for this meeting. 

From 9.50 until 1 papers were read and discussed as 
follows : 

By Prof. W. B. Smith: "The Parable of the Sower 
originally an Allegory of Creation." By Prof. I. J. Peritz : 
" A Reconstruction of One of Hosea's Metaphors. Hosea xi." 
By Prof. G. A. Barton and Dr. H. H. Spoer : " A Harmony 


of the Passion Sections of the Gospels in Certain Syriac 
Lectionaries." By Professor Haupt: "Epicureanism and 
Stoicism in the Book of Ecclesiastes. " By Professor Bewer : 
"The Literary Problems of the Balaam Story." By Rev. 
J. A. Montgomery : " ' The Place ' as a Substitute for the 
Divine Name in Judaism. " By Professor Peritz : " Note 
on 2 K. 23^*; does this refer to the Cult of Astarte?" By 
Professor Haupt : " Some Difficult Passages of the Book 
of Ruth." 

The rough minutes were read and the meeting was ad- 

William H. Cobb, 

Recording Secretary. 






Balance, last Report |121 60 

Sales of Journal 340 80 

$462 40 


Thomas Todd, printing (3 bills) $1100 

Jan. 15, Sent Treasurer, on Cushing's bill 100 00 

" 14, Janitor, Columbia University 1 00 

Mar. 4, Berwick & Smith Co., press-work 195 96 

" 30, Carter, Rice & Co., envelopes 2 26 

Aug. 23, Berwick & Smith Co., press-work 77 47 

Jan. 11, Distributing Journal, 1903, part 2 21 00 

June 21, " " 1904, part 1 12 50 

Nov. 18, " " 1904, part 2 16 50 

Dec. 23, Postage and expressage for the year 6 89 

$444 57 
Balance in Bank of the Republic, Boston 17 83 

$462 40 

Audited, Dec. 27, 1904, and found correct and accompanied by the 
proper vouchers. 

BENJ. W. BACON, U„^;,,,,. 





December 26, 190S, to December S7, 1904 


Balance in hand Jan. 1, 1904 |175 64 

Income : 

Initiation fees 25 00 

Annual dues 795 48 

Loan from J. D. Prince 45 00 

11041 02 


Expenses of Recording Secretary $12 00 

J. S. Cushing for Journal XXIL 2 379 80 

Expenses of Treasurer 17 98 

J. S. Cushing for Journal XXIII. 1 248 05 

J. S. Cushing for Journal XXIIL 2 322 50 

Collection charges 2 30 

Repayment of Loan 45 00 

Cash in Bank 13 39 

$1041 02 

Respectfully submitted Dec. 27, 1904. 

J. DYNELEY PRINCE, Treasurer. 

Audited and found correct, Dec. 27, 1904. 

BENJ. W. BACON, 1 .„.,.,.„. 
JOHN R. THURSTON, H"*'"'^"- 




FOE 1905 

President: William E. Habpeh, University of Chicago. 

Vice-President: Paul Haupt, Johns Hopkins University. 

Recording Secretary : William H. Cobb, Congregational Library, 

Corresponding Secretary : James Hardy Eopbs, Harvard University. 
Treasurer: J. Dtneley Prince, Columbia University. 

Associates in Council : William Hayes Ward, New York. 

John P. Peters, New York. 

Fkank C. Pobtee, Yale University. 


James H. Eopes, Harvard University. 

Willlam E. Arnold, Andover Theological Seminary. 

William H. Cobb, Boston. 




Prof. K. Budde, D.D., Marburg. 

Prof. T. K. Cheyne, D.D., Oxford. 

Prof. S. R. Driver, D.D., Oxford. 

Prof. Adolf Harnack, D.D., Berlin. 

Prof. H. J. Holtzmann, D.D., Strassburg. 

Prof. A. Jttlicher, D.I)., Marburg. 

Prof. William Sanday, D.D., Oxford, 

Prof. A. H. Sayce, D.D., Oxford. 

Prof. S. Schechter, LittD., Jewish Theological Seminary, New York. 

Prof. Eberhard Schrader, D.D., Berlin. 

Prof. G. A. Smith, D.D., United Free Church College, Glasgow. 

Prof. Bernhard Weiss, D.D., Berlin. 


Cyrus Adler, Ph.D., 1706 S St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Prof. A. W. Anthony, Lewiston, Me. 

Rev. William P. Armstrong, Jr., Library Place, Princeton, N.J. 

Prof. Wm. R. Arnold, Ph.D., Andover, Mass. 

Prof. B. W. Bacon, D.D., New Haven, Conn. 

Prof. Wm. Frederic Bad6, Ph.D., Pacific Theol. Sem., Berkeley, Cal. 

Hon. Samuel J. Barrows, 135 E. 15th St., N.Y. City. 

Prof. George A. Barton, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Rev. L. W. Batten, Ph.D., 232 E. 11th St., N.Y. City. 

Rev. R. H. Beattie, M.A., 6815 Ohio St., Austin Stetion, Chicago, 111. 

Prof. L T. Beckwith, Ph.D., Chelsea Square, N.Y. City. 

Prof. Willis J. Beecher, D.D., Auburn, N.Y. 

Prof. George R. Berry, Colgate Univ., Hamilton, N.Y. 

Prof. Walter R. Betteridge, Rochester Theol. Sem., Rochester, N.Y. 

Prof. Julius A. Bewer, Ph.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Chas. L. Biggs, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., Iowa. 

Prof. John Binney, D.D., Middletown, Conn. 

Rev. Erastus Blakeslee, 250 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

• This list has been corrected up to Jan. 6, 1906. Members are requested to notify the 
Secretary of any change of address. 

* The two numbers prefixed to the name of each member indicate the order and date of his 
accession to membership in the Society. 






































































































































Prof. C. "W. E. Body, D.D., 9 Chelsea Square, N.Y. City. 

Prof. Edward I. Bosworth, D.D., Oberlin, Ohio. 

Rev. Lester Bradner, Jr., Ph.D., Providence, E.I. 

Prof. C. F. Bradley, D.D., Evanston, 111. 

Prof. Caroline M. Breyfogle, Wellesley College, Mass. 

Prof. C. A. Briggs, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Miss Emilie Grace Briggs, Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. C. R. Brown, D.D., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Prof. Francis Brown, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. Wm. A. Brown, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. M. D. Buell, D.D., 72 Mount Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Arthur Bumstead, Ph.D., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Prof. Sylvester Bumham, D.D., Hamilton, N.Y. 

Prof. E. D. Burton, D.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Pres. H. A. Buttz, D.D., Madison, N.J. 

Rev. Gustav A. Carstensen, Kiverdale-on-Hudson, N.Y. 

Rev. J. L. Cheney, Ph.D., 17 Irvington St., Cleveland, O. 

Prof. Francis A. Christie, Theological School, Meadville, Pa. 

Rev. Calvin M. Clark, Haverhill, Mass. 

Prof. W. N. Clarke, D.D., Hamilton, N.Y. 

Rev. W. H. Cobb, D.D., Congregational Library, Boston, Mass. 

Rev. Fulton J. Coffin, Ph.D., 1507 Broad St., Hartford, Conn. 

Rev. J. H. Coit, D.D., Concord, N.H. 

Prof. Louis B. Crane, 448 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Rev. Harlan Creelman, Ph.D., Congregational Coll., Montreal, Can. 

Prof. E. L. Curtis, D.D., 61 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 

Prof. T. G. Darling, D.D., Auburn, N.Y. 

Prof. F. B. Denio, D.D., Bangor, Me. 

Miss E. Olive Dutcher, Mount Holyoke College, So. Hadley, Mass. 

Rev. George P. Eastman, Orange, N.J. 

Prof. F. C. Eiselen, Garrett Bibl. Inst., Evanston, 111. 

Rev. Frederick E. Emrich, D.D., Brighton, Mass. 

Prof. David F. Estes, Colgate Univ., Hamilton, N.Y. 

Prof. Milton G. Evans, D.D., Crozer Theol. Sem., Chester, Pa. 

Prof. John L. Ewell, 325 College St., Washington, D.C. 

Prof. Charles P. Fagnani, Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Robert A. Falconer, Litt. D., Presbyterian Coll., Halifax, N.S. 

Prof. Henry Ferguson, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 

Rev. William Fitz-Simon, Tuxedo Park, N.Y. 

Rev. T. C. Foote, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

Prof. Henry T. Fowler, Ph.D., Brown Univ., Providence, R.I. 

Prof. James E. Frame, Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. Kemper FuUerton, Oberlin Theol. Sem., Oberlin, O. 

Prof. F. A. Gast, D.D., 233 N. Mary St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Rev. Carl M. Gates, Saco, Maine. 

Rev. Owen H. Gates, Ph.D., Andover, Mass. 

Prof. J. F. Genung, Ph.D., Amherst, Mass. 

Prof. George W. Gilmore, M.A., Meadville, Pa. 


































































































Rev. Edgar J. Goodspeed,Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, III. 

Prof. R. J. H. Gottheil, Ph.D., 2074 Fifth Ave., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Elihu Grant, A.M., East Saugus, Mass. 

Prof. C. R. Gregory, D.D., LL.D., Leipzig, Germany. 

Prof. Karl J. Grimm, Ph.D., Ursinus College, CoUegeville, Pa. 

Rev. W. W. Guth, Ph.D., 124 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Rev. A. D. Hail, M.D., D.D., Osaka, Japan. 

Prof. Thomas C. Hall, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. G. M. Harmon, Tufts College, Mass. 

Pres. W. R. Harper, Ph.D., LL.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Prof. J. R. Harris, M.A., Clare College, Cambridge, England. 

Prof. Samuel Hart,D.D.,BerlfeleyDivinitySch.,Middletown,Conn. 

Rev. E. C. Haskell, M.A., Plover, la. 

Rev. Wm. H. P. Hatch, Ph.D., Lexington, Mass. 

Prof. Paul Haupt, Ph.D., 2511 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Prof. Doremus A. Hayes, Garrett Bibl. Inst., Evanston, 111. 

Rev. Henry Harrison Haynes, Ph.D., 6 Ellery St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. A. D. Heffern, 4519 Kingsessing Ave., Phila., Pa. 

Rev. C. R. Hemphill, D.D., Louisville, Ky. 

Prof. H. V. Hilprecht, Ph.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania, Phila., Pa. 

Prof. E. Y. Hincks, D.D., Andover, Mass. 

Prof. Charles T. Hock, Ph.D., Bloomfleld, N.J. 

Rev. Richard M. Hodge, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. Jesse H. Holmes, Ph.D., Swarthmore Coll., Swarthmore, Pa. 

Rev. Hiram R. Hulse, 101 Lawrence St., N.Y. City. 

Prof. A. V. "W. Jackson, 16 Highland Place, Yonkers, N.Y. 

Prof. S. M. Jackson, D.D., 692 West End Ave., N.Y. City. 

Prof. Morris Jastrow, Jr., Ph.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania, Phila., Pa. 

Prof. James R. Jewett, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Prof. M. L. Kellner, D.D., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. James A. Kelso, Ph.D., Western Theol. Sem., Allegheny, Pa. 

Prof. Charles F. Kent, Ph.D., New Haven, Conn. 

Rev. Kauf mann Kohler, D.D., Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O. 

Mrs. Wm. C. Ladd, care of C. J. Rhoads, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Prof. T. Co wden Laughlin, Ph.D., Pacific Theol. Sem., Berkeley, Cal. 

Frederick Lent, A.B., 129 Dwight St., New Haven, Conn. 

Prof. Adelaide I. Locke, Wellesley College, Mass. 

Rev. Lindsay B. Longacre, East Chatham, N.Y. 

Prof. D. G. Lyon, D.D., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. D. B. Macdonald, B.D., Hartford, Conn. 

Prof. John E. McFadyen, B.D., Knox College, Toronto, Can. 

Rev. Charles S. Macfarland, Ph.D., Maiden, Mass. 

Prof. Arthur C. McGiffert, D.D., Union Theol. Sem., N.Y. City. 

Prof. W. M. McPheeters, Columbia, S.C. 

Prof. W. R. Martin, Ph.D., Hartford, Conn. 

Prof. Shailer Mathews, A.M., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Rev. C. M. Mead, D.D., Boston, Mass. 

Pres. George E. Merrill, D.D., Hamilton, N.Y. 


































































































Eev. Daniel Merriman, D.D., 73 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 

Rev. Henry C. Meserve, Danbury, Conn. 

Rev. Harry R. Miles, Brattleboro', Vt. 

Prof. E. K. Mitchell, D.D., 57 .Gillette St., Hartford, Conn. 

Prof. H. G. Mitchell, D.D., 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Rev. J. A. Montgomery, Ph.D., 6806 Greene St., Germantown, Pa. 

Prof. G. F. Moore, D.D., Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. Warren J. Moulton, Ph.D., Bangor Theol. Sem., Bangor, Me, 

Eev. P. S. Moxom, D.D., 83 Dartmouth Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 

Pres. C. S. Murkland, Middlebury, Vt. 

Prof. W. Muss-Arnolt, Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Prof. H. S. Nash, D.D., Cambridge, Mass. 

Rev. James B. Mes, Ph.D., Sharon, Conn. 

Prof. George W. Osborne, New York Univ., N.Y. City. 

Prof. L. B. Paton, Ph.D., 50 Forest St., Hartford, Conn. 

Prof. W. Xj. Pearson, Ph.D., Oskaloosa, la. 

Prof. Ismar J. Peritz, Ph.D., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Rev. J. P. Peters, D.D., 225 W. 99th St., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Ernst Pfatteicher, Ph.D., 403 De Kalb St., Norristown, Pa. 

Rev. Bemhard Pick, D.D., 140 Court St., Nevpark, N.J. 

William Popper, Ph.D., Columbia Univ., N.Y. City. 

Prof. F. C. Porter, D.D., New Haven, Conn. 

Prof. L. S. Potwin, D.D., 322 Rosedale Ave., Cleveland, 0. 

Rev. Llewellyn Pratt, D.D., Norwich, Conn. 

Prof. Ira M. Price, Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Prof. J. Dyneley Prince, Ph.D., 15 Lexington Ave., N.Y. City. 

Prof. Herbert R. Purinton, Lewiston, Me. 

Rev. F. P. Ramsay, D.D., Bristol, Tenn. 

Prof. Harry L. Reed, Auburn Theol. Sem., Auburn, N.Y. 

Prof. M. B. Riddle, D.D., 287 Ridge Ave., Allegheny, Pa. 

Rev. J. F. Riggs, D.D., 430 William St., E. Orange, N.J. 

Prof. J. S. Riggs, D.D., Auburn, N.Y. 

Prof. C. W. Rishell, D.D., 72 Mount Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Prof. Geo. L. Robinson, Ph.D., McCormick Theol. Sem.,Chioago, 111, 

Prof. R. W. Rogers, D.D., Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N.J. 

Prof. C. J. H. Ropes, D.D., Bangor, Me. 

Prof. James H. Ropes, D.D., 13 FoUen St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. Elbert Russell, A.M., Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. 

Prof. W. H. Ryder, D.D., Andover, Mass. 

Prof. F. K. Sanders, D.D., Congregational House, Boston, Mass. 

Prof. Wm. C. Schaeffer, D.D., Lancaster, Pa. 

Prof. Nathaniel Schmidt, Ph.D., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 

Prof. G.H. Sohodde, Ph.D., 452 Kimball Place Ave., Columbus, O. 

Rev. L. Henry Schwab, 549 W. 156th St., N.Y. City. 

Prof. J. A. Singmaster, D.D., Theol. Sem., Gettysburg, Pa. 

Prof. Charles F. Sitterly, D.D., Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N.J. 

Prof. H. P. Smith, D.D., Amherst, Mass. 

Rev. J. Ritchie Smith, Harrisburg, Pa. 


Prof. Wm. B. Smith, Tulane Univ., N. Orleans, La. 

Prof. Natlian Soderblom, D.D., Upsala, Sweden. 

Rev. Hans H. Spoer, Ph.D., Meadville Theol. School, Meadville, Pa, 

Prof. Wallace N. Stearns, Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois, Champaign, 111. 

Prof. W. A. Steven.s, D.D., Rochester, N.Y. 

Prof. Halsey B. Stevenson, Auburn, N.Y. 

Prof. Jacob Streibert, Gambler, O. 

Prof. M. S. Terry, D.D., Evanston, 111. 

Rev. Roderick Terry, D.D., 169 Madison Ave., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Charles S. Thayer, 66 Forest St., Hartford, Conn. 

Rev. Richard N. Thomas, 1715 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. John R. Thurston, Whitinsville, Mass. 

Prof. C. C. Torrey, Ph.D., New Haven, Conn. 

Prof. C. H. Toy, LL.D., 7 Lowell St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. C. W. Votaw, Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Rev. W. H. Ward, D.D., The Independent, N.Y. City. 

Prof. Henry J. Weber, Ph.D., Bloomfield, N.J. 

Rev. Leighton Williams, 305 W. 88th St., N.Y. City. 

Rev. Moseley H. Williams, Ph.D., 1122 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

Prof. R. D. Wilson, Ph.D., Princeton, N.J. 

Rev. Irving F. Wood, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Pres. Mary E. WooUey, Monnt Holyoke College, So. Hadley, Mass. 

Rev. Alfred A. Wright, D.D., 9 Clinton St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. G. F. Wright, D.D., Oberlin, 0. 

Prof. Theodore F. Wright, Ph.D. , 42 Quincy St. , Cambridge, Mass. 

Abraham Yohannan, Ph.D., Columbia Univ., N.Y. City.