The BA returned to Bradford in 1900 for its 70th meeting, from 5 to 12 September. The President was Sir William Turner (1832-1916), Professor of Anatomy at Edinburgh University.
There were two evening discourses: Professor Francis Gotch on ‘Animal Electricity’ on Friday 7 September and Professor W. Stroud on ‘Range Finders’ on Monday 10 September. Soirees were held at St. George’s Hall on Thursday 6 and Tuesday 11 September.
The meeting was attended by 622 Members, 801 Associates, 482 Ladies, and 9 Foreigners. The total received from tickets was £1072 and 10s.
A total of £945 was awarded in grants, the largest being £145 to Sir John Evans for Exploration in Crete.