Annual Proceedings of the Grand Lodge
The transactions of the Grand Lodge, had at either an emergent or an annual communication, which are proper to be published shall be printed in the Annual Proceedings of the Grand Lodge immediately after the annual communication each year, and the Grand Secretary shall prepare its contents, supervise its printing and its distribution. The Annual Proceedings shall be conclusive evidence of all matters therein. In addition to the said transactions the volume of the Annual Proceedings shall contain as a supplement, or appendix, the following: [16-1.3; 16-1.5; 16-1.22; 43-4; 94-11.4].
7. Tabulated statements showing the name, number, and location of each subordinate lodge, and the day of its stated communication; the number of members initiated, died, suspended, and excluded for nonpayment of dues; the number of endowed memberships; the number of petitions for the degrees rejected during the preceding calendar year; and such other Masonic statistics as may be desirable and
9. A photograph of each dispensation to form a new lodge, as well as the petition therefor, and of each charter issued to a new lodge and of the petition therefor, and of each charter photographed as provided in Regulation41-8. [16-1.24; 39-6.3; 40-4].
The Annual Proceedings shall not contain;
2. Any details of a Masonic trial including the name of the accused and the offense charged, but each case by the docket number under which it was tried, the name and number of the subordinate lodge of which the accused was a member, and the final action of the Grand Lodge thereon shall be published in the Annual Proceedings. [
The printed Annual Proceedings shall be bound in paper and in cloth in such quantity of each as the Grand Secretary may deem necessary and distributed as follows:
One paper bound copies to each subordinate lodge, [43-4].
One cloth bound copy to each Grand Lodge Officer and each Past
One paper bound copy to each member of mandatory boards,
commissions, and committees,
One paper bound copy to each District Deputy Grand Master,
One paper bound copy to each District Deputy Grand Lecturer,
One paper bound copy to each Grand Lodge of the United States
of America, of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and
One paper bound copy to each of such other Grand Lodges of
foreign countries as may be in fraternal correspondence with this
The Grand Secretary may in his discretion vary the foregoing assignments to the several Grand Lodges mentioned herein.