Honorary Membership was limited to 10 from 1890-1900, and to 15 from 1901 onwards. Corresponding Membership was a lesser class of Honoris causa membership in the early years. A few honorary members, such as Barnard, were first made corresponding members for a short time before being recommissioned as honorary members.
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|Pettit, Mr. H.||Canada||1890||1890|
|Hunter, Mr. Andrew F.||Canada||1890||1891|
|Winder, Mr. Daniel K.||USA/Canada||1890||1891|
|Goldie, Mr. John||Canada||1890||1891|
|Kirkwood, Dr. Daniel||USA||1890||1895|
|Proctor, Mrs. Richard A.||USA/Ireland||1891||1896|
|Peal, Mr. Samuel Edward||United Kingdom/India||1891||1897|
|Elger, Mr. Thomas Gwyn Empy||United Kingdom||1896||1897|
|Morrison, Dr. Joseph||Canada/USA||1891||1898|
|Rogers, Prof. William A.||USA||1894||1898|