ORDER OF BUSINESS.At stated communications:First. Reading the minutes.Second. Considering unfinished business.Third. Receiving and referring petitions.Fourth. Receiving report of committees.Fifth. Balloting for candidates.Sixth. Receiving and considering resolutions.Seventh. Conferring degrees.At called meetings no business should be taken up except that for which the meeting was called.The 24th of June and 27th of December are regular meetings, but it is not best to take up routine business. Letit be a celebration, and not a business session.TO FIND AND WRITE MASONIC DATES.=Lodge.=--(Anno Lucis--the year of light). Add 4,000 to the common year; thus, for 1903, write: A. L. 5903.=Chapter=.--(Anno Inventionis--the year of discovery). Add 530 to the common year.=Council.=--(Anno Depositionis--the year of deposit). Add 1,000 to the common year.=Commandery.=--(Anno Ordinis--the year of the order). Subtract 1,118 from the common year.Certificate and RecommendationThis is to Certify that we have examined the manuscript of the Monitor, prepared by Bro. George Thornburgh,and we approve the same.GEORGE THORNBURGH, } W. M. KENT, } Custodians. GEORGE W. DEVAUGHAN, }J. M. OATHOUT, Grand Lecturer.JOHN T. HICKS, Grand Master.------------Little Rock, Ark., August 19, 1903.
Office of the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge F. and A. M. of Arkansas
Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered by George Thornburgh3