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No resolution complimentary to an officer or member for any service performed, paper read or address delivered shall be considered by the Conference.

Sec. 16. The terms of office of all officers elected at any annual meeting shall commence with their election.

SEC. 17. The President shall appoint all committees, within thirty days after the annual meeting, and shall announce them to the Secretary, and the Secretary shall promptly give notice to the persons appointed.

SEC. 18. The Treasurer's report shall be examined and audited annually, before its presentation to the Conference, by two members to be appointed by the President of the Conference.

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Sec. 19. The Executive Committee shall meet on the day preceding each annual meeting, at the place where the same is to be held, at such hour as the Chairman shall appoint.

If, at any annual meeting of the Conference, any member of the committee shall be absent, the vacancy may be filled by the members of the committee present.

It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to make all arrangements for the annual meeting of the Conference, and to endeavor to secure the attendance at each annual Conference of the Commissioners from the states represented in the Conference; to communicate with the Chairman of each standing committee and each special committee at least thirty days before the meeting of the Annual Conference with the view of securing a statement of the work of such committee since the preceding Annual Conference, and to attend to such other matters as may be from time to time referred to the committee by the Conference.

Sec. 20. Special meetings of any committee shall be held at such times and places as the Chairman thereof may appoint. Reasonable notice shall be given by him to each member by SEC. 21. The traveling and other necessary expenses incurred by any committee, standing or special, for meetings of such committee during the interval between the annual meetings of the Conference, shall be paid by the Treasurer on the approval and by the order of the Executive Committee out of such appropriation as to the Executive Committee may seem necessary in such case on previous application in advance of its expenditure.

Sec. 22. All reports of committees containing any recommendation for action on the part of the Conference shall be printed, together with a draft of bill embodying the views of the committee, whenever legislation shall be proposed. No legislation shall be recommended or approved except upon the report of a committee.

Sec. 23. It shall be the duty of the Commissioners from each state to endeavor to procure the enactment by the legislature of their state of each and every law recommended by the Conference, and the Secretary shall furnish them with copies of each and every recommendation and draft of bill when there shall be such draft; and whenever this Conference shall by resolution recommend the enactment of any laws, the Secretary shall, as soon as possible, furnish a copy of the resolution to the President of each State Bar Association with the request of this Conference that such State Bar Association shall co-operate with the Commissioners of that state in having a bill introduced in the legislature of their state containing the subject matter recommended by such resolution, and use proper means to procure the enactment of the same into law. In every state where there is no State Bar Association, a copy of such resolution, with a similar request, shall be sent to the President of the Bar Association of the principal city in such state; and in every instance where the form of bill has been recommended with the resolution, a copy of such form of bill shall also be sent with the resolution.

SEC. 24. These By-Laws may be amended at any Conference of the Commissioners by a majority vote of the Commissioners present at such Conference.

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ARKANSAS.—John Fletcher, Main and Markham Streets, Little Rock. ALABAMA.–Frederick G. Bromberg, 72 St. Francis Street, Mobile; Henry

Gonsmiers, Mobile. ARIZONA.-Edward Kent, Phoenix; George R. Davis, Tucson; E. E.

Ellinwood, Bisbee. CALIFORNIA.—John F. Davis, 530-534 Crossley Building, San Francisco

Charles Monroe, California Club, Los Angeles. COLORADO.—Robert J. Pitkin, 441 Equitable Building, Denver; Jacob

Fillius, 830 Cooper Building. Denver; Thomas H. Devine, Opera

House Block, Pueblo. CONNECTICUT. —Talcott H. Russell, New Haven ; Walter E. Coe, Stam

ford; Erliss P. Arvine, New Haven. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-F. L. Siddons, Washington ; Aldis B. Browne,

Washington; Walter C. Clephane, Washington, FLORIDA.-Robert W. Williams, Tallahassee ; John C. Avery, Pensacola

Louis C. Massey, Orlando. GEORGIA.-Peter W. Meldrim, Savannah; A. C. Pate, Hawkinsville. ILLINOIS.—John C. Richberg, 1304 Rector Building, Chicago; Arthur A.

Leeper, Virginia, Cass Co. INDIANA.–Oscar H. Montgomery, Seymour; Samuel O. Pickens, Indianap

olis; John Morris, Fort Wayne; Robert S. Taylor, Fort Wayne. Iowa.-Emlin McClain, Iowa City; II. O. Weaver, Wapello. KANSAS. —John D. Milliken, McPherson ; J. O. Wilson, Salina; Charles

W. Smith, Stockton. LOUISIANA.—Thomas J. Kernan, 414 Third Street, Baton Rouge; W.

0. Hart, 134 Carondelet Street, New Orleans; J. R. Thornton,

Alexandria. MAINE. -Charles F. Libby, 57 Exchange Street, Portland; Frank M.

Higgins, Limerick ; Hannibal E. Hamlin, Ellsworth. MARYLAND.-Milton G. Urner, Frederick; George R. Gaither, Jr., Balti

more; Stevenson A. Williams, Bel Air. MASSACHUSETTS.- James Barr Ames, Harvard Law School, Cambridge ;

George E. Gardner, 18 Tremont Street, Boston ; Frederick II. Nash, 199 Washington Street, Boston.

MICHIGAN.-C. W. Casgrain, 1009 Hammond Building, Detroit; George

W. Bates, 32 Buhl Building, Detroit; Wesley W. Hyde, 613 Wash

ing Trust Building, Grand Rapids. MINNESOTA.-Charles E. Flandrau, St. Paul; W. S. Pattee, Minneapolis ;

W. W. Billson, Duluth ; Rome G. Brown, 1006 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis; Frederick V. Brown, Minneapolis; Daniel Fish, Minneapolis; Howard 8. Abbott, Minneapolis ; Frank D. Larrabee, Minneapolis; T. R. Kane, St. Paul ; Albert R. Moore, St. Paul; John D.

O'Brien, St. Paul. MISSISSIPPI.-R. H. Thompson, Jackson ; S. S. Calhoun, Jackson ; W.

V. Sullivan, Oxford. MONTANA.–J. B. Clayberg, Helena; T. C. Marshall, Missoula. NEBRASKA.—Roscoe Pound, Lincoln; John L. Webster, 826 N. Y. Life

Building, Omaha; Ralph W. Breckinridge, 711 N. Y. Life Building,

Omaha. NEW HAMPSHIRE.-H. E. Burnham, Manchester; Ira A. Chase, Bristol ; NEW JERSEY.–Woodrow Wilson, Princeton ; John R. Hardin, Pruden

tial Building, Newark; Frank Bergen, Elizabeth. NEW YORK.-E. W. Huffcut, Ithaca; Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100

Broadway, New York City. North CAROLINA.–Fabius H. Busbee, Raleigh. North DAKOTA.-H. R. Turner, Fargo; John E. Greene, Minot. Ohio.-Seth S. Wheeler, Lima; Francis B. James, Mercantile Library

Building, Cincinnati. OKLAHOMA.–J. C. Strang, Guthrie; J. W. Shartell, Oklahoma City ; C.

R. Brooks, Guthrie ; John H. Mosier, Norman. PENNSYLVANIA.-William H. Staake, 501-506 Franklin Building, Phila

delphia ; Walter George Smith, 1006 Land Title Building, Phila

delphia ; C. La Rue Munson, Elliot Block, Williamsport. RHODE ISLAND. — Amasa M. Eaton, 86 Wey bossett St., Providence ; James

Tillinghast, Providence; Clark H. Johnson, Providence. SOUTH CAROLINA.-H. E. Young, 28 Broad Street, Charleston ; T. Moul.

trie Mordecai, Charleston. SOUTH DAKOTA.-A. B. Kittridge, Sioux Falls; L. B. French, Yankton. VERMONT. —O. M. Barber, Bennington ; Joseph P. Lamson, Cabot; A.

A. Hall, St. Albans. VIRGINIA.-A. A. Phlegar, Christiansburg; R. T. Barton, Winchester ;

John Garland Pollard, Richmond. WASHINGTON.-Charles E. Shepard, New York Building, Seattle; Ira

P. Englehart, North Yakima; Alfred Battle, Alaska Building,

WISCONSIN.- Edward W. Frost, Wells Building, Milwaukee.





August 25 to 29, 1906. ALABAMA.- Frederick G. Bromberg, 72 St. Francis St., Mobile. ARIZONA.-E. E. Ellinwood, Bisbee. CALIFORNIA, -Charles Monroe, California Club, Los Angeles. CONNECTICUT.-Erliss P. Arvine, New Haven ; Walter E. Coe, Stamford

Talcott H. Russell, New Haven. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-F. L. Siddons, Washington. FLORIDA.-R. W. Williams, Tallahassee. GEORGIA.- Peter W. Meldrim, Savannah. ILLINOIS. -John C. Richberg, Rector Building, Chicago. INDIANA.—John Morris, Fort Wayne; Robert S. Taylor, Fort Wayne. KANSAS. -Charles W. Smith, Stockton. LOUISIANA.-W. 0. Hart, New Orleans; Thomas J. Kernan, Baton

Rouge; J. R. Thornton, Alexandria. MAINE.–Frank M. Higgins, Limerick ; Charles F. Libby, Portland. MASSACHUSETTS. — James Barr Ames, Cambridge; Frederick H. Nash,

MINNESOTA.-Howard S. Abbott, Minneapolis ; Thomas D. O'Brien, St.

Paul; John D. O'Brien, St. Paul; Rome G. Brown, Minneapolis ;
Daniel Fish, Minneapolis; T. R. Kane, F. D. Larrabee, Minneapolis

A. R. Moore, St. Paul; W. S. Pattee, Minneapolis.
NEBRASKA.—Ralph W. Breckenridge, Omaha; Roscoe Pound, Lincoln

John L. Webster, Omaha. NEW YORK.-Ernest W. Huffcutt, Ithaca ; Charles Thaddeus Terry, New

York. NORTH CAROLINA.–Fabius H. Busbee, Raleigh. OH10.-Francis B. James, Cincinnati. OKLAHOMA.—John H. Mosier, Norman. PENNSYLVANIA.—William H. Staake, Philadelphia; Walter George

Smith, Philadelphia.
RHODE ISLAND.—Amasa M. Eaton, Providence; Clarke H. Johnson,

SOUTH CAROLINA.-T. Moultrie Mordecai, Charleston.
WISCONSIN.- Edward W. Frost, Milwaukee.

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