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vincing advocate. His penetration went straight to the heart of the subject, his comprehensive grasp included its multitudinous details, his ingenuity instinctively marshaled the facts in the most favorable array, and his alert perception anticipated the possibilities of opposition. His large vocabulary was at instant command, his diction admirably adapted to the expression of his thoughts, and his delivery direct, forceful and impressive.

His fine features, genial expression, dignified and confident carriage, and striking personality immediately attracted attention, which inevitably ripened into admiration, as acquaintance grew; for the physical was but a reflection of the spiritual nature of the

man.

The death of this scholarly, accomplished gentleman closed a long and brilliant career, which was characterized by capacity, integrity, courage, forcefulness, and wisdom-the attributes which make for the best type of citizenship. To a far greater degree than most men he had the happy fate of knowing that his sterling qualities were appreciated by the community; and he has left a record of honorable achievement, not only in the annals of many public and private organizations, but in the hearts of the great company of friends, who revered and loved him, and to whom his memory is a precious heritage.

LIST OF STATE BAR ASSOCIATIONS

NOTE. This list has been compiled by the Secretary of the American Bar Association from replies to circulars sent out. Where replies to the circulars have not been received, and the officers for 1915-16 are not known, the officers for former years are given.

Local (County and City) Bar Associations have been omitted. For information concerning them, see A. B. A. Report (1911) page 377 et seq.

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Alabama State Bar As- C. S. McDowell, Jr.,

SECRETARY.

Alexander Troy,

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Montgomery.

Arizona Bar Associa- P. W. O'Sullivan,
tion.
Bar Association of Ar- Ira D. Oglesby,
kansas.
Fort Smith.
California Bar Asso- Robt. M. Fitzgerald,
ciation.

J. E. Nelson,

Prescott.

Oakland.

Colorado Bar Associa- John D. Fleming, tion.

Boulder.

sociation.

ciation.

State Bar Association Charles Phelps,
of Connecticut.
Rockville.
Delaware State Bar As- Benjamin Nields,
Wilmington.
Bar Association of the Wm. Meyer Lewin,
District of Columbia.
Washington.
Florida State Bar Asso- Thomas F. West,
Tallahassee.
Georgia Bar Associa- George W. Owens,

Phoenix. Roscoe R. Lynn,

Little Rock.

T. W. Robinson,

Los Angeles. William H. Wadley, Denver. James E. Wheeler, New Haven. T. Bayard Heisel, Wilmington. Edwin L. Wilson, Washington.

John C. Cooper, Jr.,

Jacksonville.

Orville A. Park,

tion.

Savannah.

Macon.

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State Bar Association Robt. W. McBride, of Indiana Indianapolis.

Mattoon. George H. Batchelor, Indianapolis.

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Kentucky State Bar As- Alex. P. Humphrey,
Louisville.
Louisiana Bar Associa- Edward T. Weeks,
tion.

New Iberia.

Topeka. J. Verser Conner, Louisville. Wynne G. Rogers, New Orleans.

NAME.

PRESIDENT.

SECRETARY.

sociation.

sociation. Michigan State Bar As- Wm. L. Carpenter, sociation.

Maine State Bar Asso- Fred. J. Allen,

Sanford.

Norman L. Bassett,

ciation. Augusta. Maryland State Bar As- Hammond Urner, J. W. Chapman, Jr., Frederick. Massachusetts Bar As- Henry N. Sheldon,

Baltimore. Frank W. Grinnell, Boston.

Boston.

Detroit.

Minnesota State Bar Stiles W. Burr,

Association.

St. Paul.

Mississippi State Bar R. B. Campbell,

Harry A. Silsbee,
Lansing.
Chester L. Caldwell,
St. Paul.
Jas. R. McDowell,

Greenville.

Jackson.

Association. Missouri Bar Associa- Frank M. McDavid, George H. Daniel, Springfield.

tion.

Springfield. Montana Bar Associa- Harry H. Parsons, Vere L. McCarthy, tion. Missoula.

Nebraska State Bar As- C. J. Smyth,

sociation. Nevada Bar Associa- Robert G. Withers, tion. Reno.

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Ohio State Bar Asso- Charles R. Miller,
Cleveland.
Oklahoma State Bar As- George S. Ramsey,
sociation.
Muskogee.

Charles M. Buss,

Cleveland.

W. A. Lybrand,

Oklahoma City.

Oregon Bar Association. C. W. Fulton,

ciation.

Portland. Pennsylvania Bar Asso- George B. Gordon, Pittsburgh. The Rhode Island Bar Richd. B. Comstock, Association. Providence.

Albert B. Ridgway,
Portland.
William H. Staake,
Philadelphia.
Howard B. Gorham,

Providence.

South Carolina Bar As- J. Lyles Glenn,

W. C. McGowan,

sociation.

Chester.

Bar

South Dakota Bar As- John B. Hanten,
sociation.
Watertown.
Association of Charles N. Burch,
Tennessee
Memphis.

Columbia. John H. Voorhees,

Sioux Falls. Charles H. Smith, Knoxville.

Texas Bar Association. John L. Dyer,

J. W. Kincaid,

El Paso.

Dallas.

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State Bar Association H. R. Macmillan,
of Utah.
Salt Lake City.
Vermont Bar Associa- John W. Gordon,
tion.
Virginia State Bar As- Eppa Hunton, Jr.,
sociation.

Washington State Bar Mack F. Gose,

SECRETARY.

William H. Leary,
Salt Lake City.

John H. Mimms,

Barre.

Burlington.

John B. Minor,

Richmond.

Richmond.

C. Will Shaffer,

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MEMORANDUM OF SUBJECTS REFERRED TO

COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Concerning organization of International Supreme Judicial Court. Page 15.

Appropriation for special work to be done by Committee on Commerce, Trade and Commercial Law. Page 22.

Extension of time of annual meeting from three to four days. Page 40.

Extension of Accommodations for Supreme Court of the United States. Page 47.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON REORGANIZATION. Admission of women to membership. Page 55.

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