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3 of stock issues and on motion duly made and seconded it was resolved that the Treasurer in his discretion be authorized to make such purchases or sales as would bring various issues in the portfolio into a round number of shares. The Trustees upon motion made and duly seconded authorized expenditure of the Foundation to finance Mr. Bernard Edley's ethnological expedition to the Santa Cruz Indians, State of Quintana Roo, Mexico. A regular meeting was held December 7, 1948. The Secretary presented to the meeting the usual notice with the affidavit of the mailing to all the Trustees. The Treasurer presented his report and sated he had proceeded to round out holdings of the various securities authorized and approved at the October meeting; and he further stated that the operating expenses were within the budget allotments. The Chairman reported on the success of the expedition of Bernard Edley to Quintana Roo, Mexico. The regular meeting was held on February 8, 1949. The Secretary presented to the meeting a notice of the meeting together with an affidavit of the mailing thereof to all the Trustees which was ordered filed with the records of the meeting. The Treasurer presented his report as of January 31, 1949. On motion duly made and seconded, the Treasurer's report was accepted and ordered on file. The members of the Board then discussed the desirability of holding a Trustees' meeting at the Bronx Annex of the Museum, and it was hoped that arrangements could be made to do so.
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