GalesbüRíj. Il Is , May 30.- Grand Master Wiikinsèn submitted his annal report to tho convention of the Brotherhood oi Railway Trainmen. He said the Pullman boycott had cost the brotherhood 6.(X'0 members, and urged legislation that would prevent the recurrence of such trouble. He claimed that the brotherhood must respect the law and faithfully comply with ios ajtroemsnts. He recommended a constitutional amendment that would make grand masters and first vice grand masters equally liable with the grand treasurer for the proper handling of the funds. He opposed the proposod grades oL insurance.