Andrew Mushet, Grand Treasurer, ex officio, Chairman; Rev. Canon Joseph J. Morrow, Thomas C. Smith, William H. Gauld, Kenneth D. Kennedy, Douglas W. Duncan, Alexander Galbraith, Ewan Rutherford and James Bell.
The decision making processes of the Grand Lodge of Scotland is very democratic. Every Daughter Lodge has the right to send three representatives to meetings of Grand Lodge (known as Communications) which take place in February, June and October. In the interim, day-to-day administration is in the care of Grand Secretary (Brother William S. Semple) with the assistance of a number of Committees.
The deliberations of these Committees are debated by Grand Committee (a body comprised of elected members from which members of other Committees are drawn) and are then referred to a Communication of Grand Lodge for approval. A ‘Communication’ is a meeting of Grand Lodge where all who are entitled to do so may vote on any matter laid before it in accordance with the Constitution and Laws. This is ‘Grand Lodge assembled’ and is the ultimate authority on all matters pertaining to the Scottish Craft.
Douglas Fergie, Chairman; Samuel Peden, Alan Dickson, Gordon Michie, Stephen J. Humphries, Peter Taylor, Gordon W.S. Sewell, James Ellis and William B Rocks.
Stuart J. Quigley, Chairman; Hugh Clelland, Ronald W. A. Forbes, James C. Peddie, Robert D. Jess, Ian M. Williamson, John S Drummond, Raymond A MacKeddie, and James W. Beattie.
Robert Little, Chairman; William C. Steel, David J. Collings, Mark S. Ross, Andrew E. Forsyth, Alan S. Balfour, David S Irving, Ian H Cameron and Archibald Chalmers.
Rev. Canon Joseph J. Morrow, Chairman; David A. Reid, Dr Douglas R. H. Nicol, Alistair Henderson, Douglas T. Philand, David C. Bloomfield, Thomas C. Smith, and Grand Almoner, the Chairman of the Administration Committee and Grand Secretary, ex officio.
James L. Jack, Chairman; W. Ramsay McGhee, Charles I. R. Wolrige Gordon of Esslemont, Sir Archibald D. Orr Ewing, Hugh Bryson, Thomas Wood, Robert McIntyre, Michael A McAdams, Alexander C G Moncrieff and Grand Secretary, ex officio.