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Iowa.-J. L. Carney, Marshalltown; H. E. Deemer, Red Oak; J. B.

Weaver, Des Moines; C. G. Saunders, Council Bluffs; E. F. Daw

ley, Cedar Rapids; J. W. Good, Cedar Rapids. KANSAS.-S. H. Allen, Topeka; S. N. Hawkes, Topeka; Charles W.

Smith, Topeka; William L. Burdick, Lawrence; A. M. Keen, Fort

Scott. KENTUCKY.—John T. Shelby, Lexington; James R. Duffin, Louisville;

D. W. Wright, Bowling Green. LOUISIANA.-W. 0. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans; I. D. Wall,

910 Pike-Row, Kernan Bldg., Baton Rouge; J. R. Thornton,

Alexandria. MAINE.-Charles P. Barnes, Houlton; P. H. Gillin, Bangor; Harry L.

Cram, 102 Exchange St., Portland. MARYLAND.-George Whitelock, 1416 Munsey Bldg., Baltimore; Henry

Stockbridge, 75 Gunther Bldg., Baltimore; John Hinkley, 215

N. Charles St., Baltimore. MASSACHUSETTS.—Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston; Samuel

Williston, Cambridge; Joseph F. O'Connell, 53 State St., Boston. MICHIGAN.—Dan H. Ball, Marquette; C. P. Black, Lansing; Geo. W.

Bates, Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit. MINNESOTA.—Rome G. Brown, 1006 Metropolitan Life Bldg., Minne

apolis; C. A. Severance, St. Paul; S. R. Child, Minneapolis. MISSISSIPPI.-R. N. Miller, Hazelhurst; LeRoy Percy, Greenville; O. G.

Johnston, Clarksdale; A. T. Stovall, Okolona; J. S. Sexton, Hazel

hurst. MISSOURI.-Edwin A. Krauthoff, Kansas City, also 713 Riggs Bldg.,

Washington, D. C.; Frederick W. Lehmann, Merchants-Laclede

Bldg., St. Louis. MONTANA.-Louis P. Saunders, Butte; Stephen J. Cowley, Great Falls;

J. B. Roote, Butte. NEBRASKA.—John L. Webster, 326 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha; H. H. Wil

son, Lincoln; J. A. C. Kennedy, Omaha. NEVADA.-A. E. Cheney, Reno; E. E. Caine, Elko; Mrs. W. K. Freuden

berger, Carson City; Hugh H. Brown, Tonopah. NEW HAMPSHIRE.—Robert L. Manning, Manchester; Joseph Madden,

Keene; Ira A. Chase, Bristol. NEW JERSEY.—John R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark; Mark A.

Sullivan, Jersey City; Frank Bergen, 755 Broad St., Newark. NEW MEXICO.-F. C. Wilson, Santa Fe; James M. Hervey, Roswell;

J. A. Fitch, Socorro. NEW YORK.-Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100 Broadway, New York;

Francis M. Burdick, Columbia University, New York; Carlos C.

Alden, Buffalo Law School, Buffalo. NORTH CAROLINA.–J. D. Murphy, Asheville; J. Crawford Biggs,

Raleigh; Lindley Patterson, Winston-Salem. NORTH DAKOTA.-John E. Greene, Minot; Andrew A. Bruce, Bismarck;

E. P. Kelley, Carrington.

OH10.-A. V. Cannon, 1414 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland; Frank P.

Richter, Hamilton; F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington. OKLAHOMA.-D. A. McDougal, Sapulpa; George Trice, Coalgate;

Robert E. Adams, Taloga. OREGON.-H. H. Emmons, 366 Washington St., Portland; W. H. Fowler,

Portland; Charles J. Schnabel, Portland. PENNSYLVANIA.—Wm. H. Staake, 648 City Hall, Philadelphia; Wil.

liam M. Hargest, Harrisburg; Walter Geo. Smith, 711-12 Wither

spoon Bldg., Juniper and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia. PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.—Charles S. Lobingier, Shanghai, China; Julian

A. Wolfson, 65 Juan Luna St., Binando, Manila. PORTO Rico.—Emilio del Toro, San Juan; Manuel Rodriguez-Serra,

San Juan. RHODE ISLAND.—Thomas A. Jenckes, Turks Head Bldg., Providence;

William B. Greenough, 32 Westminster St., Providence; William

A. Morgan, Providence. SOUTH CAROLINA.—T. Moultrie Mordecai, 43 Broad St., Charleston;

John C. Sheppard, Edgefield; J. P. Thomas, Jr., Columbia. SOUTH DAKOTA.-J. H. Voorhees, Sioux Falls; Jason E. Payne, Ver

million; U. S. G. Cherry, Sioux Falls; Perry F. Loucks, Water

town; Chas. S. Whiting, Pierre. TENNESSEE.-W. H. Washington, Nashville; Lemuel Banks, Memphis;

Thad A. Cox, Johnson City. TEXAS.— William M. Crook, Beaumont; J. B. Dibrell, Sequin; S. P.

Hardwicke, Abilene; Hiram Glass, Austin; H. M. Garwood, Hous

ton; W. C. Morrow, Hillsboro; Robert P. Coon, San Antonio. UTAH.-W. H. Folland, 1022 Boston Bldg., Salt Lake City; Charles R.

Hollingsworth, Ogden; L. B. Wight, Salt Lake City. VERMONT.—John G. Sargent, Ludlow; Henry B. Shaw, Burlington;

Geo. B. Young, Newport. VIRGINIA.—Eugene C. Massie, 1136 Mutual Bldg., Richmond; James R.

Caton, Alexandria; Hugh A. White, Lexington. WASHINGTON.-Charles E. Shepard, 613 N. Y. Bldg., Seattle; W. V.

Tanner, Olympia; Alfred Battle, 901 Alaska Bldg., Seattle. WEST VIRGINIA.—Charles W. Dillon, Fayetteville; Edgar B. Stewart,

Morgantown; Charles E. Hogg, Point Pleasant; W. W. Brannon,

Weston; Reese Blizzard, Parkersburg. WISCONSIN.-E. A. Gilmore, University of Wisconsin, Madison;

Charles McCarthy, Legislative Reference Library, Madison;

Frank X. Boden, Milwaukee. WYOMING.—W. E. Mullen, Cheyenne; W. L. Simpson, Cody; Charles

E. Blydenburgh, Rawlins.

LIST OF THE OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES

OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON

UNIFORM STATE LAWS.

1915-1916.

OFFICERS.

William H. Staake, 648 City Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

President. Nathan William MacChesney, 30 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, Illinois,

Vice-President.
Thomas A. Jenckes, Turks Head Bldg., Providence, Rhode Island,

Treasurer.
George B. Young, Newport, Vermont, Secretary.

STANDING COMMITTEES. 1. Executive Committee.-Appointed Members: Eugene C. Massie,

1136 Mutual Bldg., Richmond, Virginia, Chairman. Henry Stockbridge, 75 Gunther Bldg., Baltimore, Maryland. Merrill Moores, 1025 Law Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind., Washington, District of Columbia. Andrew A. Bruce, Bismarck, North Dakota. W. 0. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, Louisiana. Ex-Officio: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Ex-President, Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

2. Adoption of Approved Acts.-S. R. Child, Minneapolis, Minnesota,

Chairman. Gurney E. Newlin, 718 Title Insurance Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. J. Hansell Merrill, Thomasville, Georgia. George D. Ayers, Moscow, Idaho. A. V. Cannon, Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. John R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark, New Jersey. Harry L. Cram, 102 Exchange St., Portland, Maine.

3. Publicity.-W. 0. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, Louisi.

ana, Chairman. Nathan B. Williams, Fayetteville, Arkansas, Southern Bldg., Washington, District of Columbia, T. Moultrie Mordecai, 43 Broad St., Charleston, S.Ç. D. A. MacDougal, Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Mark A. Sullivan, Jersey City, New Jersey. George B. Young, Newport, Vermont. U. S. G. Cherry, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

4. Scope and Program.-(Elected) W. A. Blount, Pensacola, Florida,

Chairman (2 years). Ernst Freund, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (3 years). H. H. Wilson, Lincoln, Nebraska (3 years). Eugene A. Gilmore, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (2 years). Andrew A. Bruce, Supreme Court, Bismarck, North Dakota (1 year). Hiram Glass, Austin, Texas (1 year). The President, ex-officio.

SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 1. Commercial Law.-Walter George Smith, 711-12 Witherspoon

Bldg., Juniper and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Chairman. W. 0. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, Louisiana. George Whitelock, 1416 Munsey Bldg., Baltimore, Maryland. A. T. Stovall, Okolona, Mississippi. Samuel Williston, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Francis M. Burdick, Columbia

University, New York, N. Y. S. R. Child, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 2. Wills, Descent and Distribution.-W. A. Blount, Pensacola,

Florida, Chairman. A. E. Cheney, Reno, Nevada. H. H. Wilson, Lincoln, Nebraska. Francis M. Burdick, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. Harry L. Cram, 102 Exchange St., Portland, Maine, James R. Caton, Alexandria, Virginia. Manuel Rodri

guez-Serra, San Juan, Porto Rico. 3. Marriage and Divorce.-Andrew A. Bruce, Supreme Court, Bis

marck, North Dakota, Chairman, Alfred Battle, 901 Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Washington. Walter George Smith, 711-12 Witherspoon Bldg., Juniper and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. L. B. Wight, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dan H. Ball, Marquette, Michigan. Stephen

H. Allen, Topeka, Kansas. 4. Conveyances.—John R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark, New

Jersey, Chairman. John Hinkley, 215 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Maryland. Emilio del Toro, Supreme Court, San Juan, Porto Rico. Charles W. Waterman, Denver, Colorado. Royal A. Gunnison, Juneau, Alaska. I. D. Wall, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. John

G. Sargent, Ludlow, Vermont. 5. Insurance.-Joseph Madden, Keene, New Hampshire, Chairman.

J. R. Thornton, 122 Murray St., Alexandria, Louisiana. Oliver A. Harker, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois. W. P. Breen, Fort Wayne, Indiana. John H. Voorhees, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Henry B. Shaw, Burlington, Vermont. George

W. Bates, Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit, Michigan. 6. Incorporation.-Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100 Broadway, New

York, N. Y., Chairman. John R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark, New Jersey. W. M. Crook, Beaumont, Texas. James R. Caton, Alexandria, Virginia. Joseph F. O'Connell, 53 State St., Boston, Massachusetts. C. A. Severance, St. Paul, Minnesota. Nathan William MacChesney, 30 N. La Salle St., Chicago, Illinois.

7. Registration of Title to Land.-Eugene C. Massie, 1136 Mutual

Bldg., Richmond, Virginia, Chairman. Walter George Smith, 711-12 Witherspoon Bldg., Juniper and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. John H. Wigmore, Northwestern Law School, Chicago, Illinois. W. A. Blount, Pensacola, Florida. Rome G. Brown, Metropolitan Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hiram Glass, Austin, Texas. Charles E. Blydenburgh, Rawlins, Wyoming.

8. Uniformity of Judicial Decisions.-Henry Stockbridge, 75 Gunther

Bldg., Baltimore, Maryland, Chairman. Eugene A. Gilmore, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. James R. Caton, Alex. andria, Virginia. W. E. Mullen, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Hugh H. Brown, Tonopah, Nevada. Frank P. Richter, Hamilton, Ohio. C. R. Hollingsworth, Ogden, Utah.

9. Depositions and Proof of Statutes of Other States.-Peter W.

Meldrim, National Bank Bldg., Savannah, Georgia, Chairman. Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Massachusetts. Andrew A. Bruce, Supreme Court, Bismarck, North Dakota. Emilio del Toro, Supreme Court, San Juan, Porto Rico. H. M. Garwood, Houston, Texas. W. P. Breen, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Charles S. Lobingier, United States Court, Shanghai, China.

10. Purity of Articles of Commerce.-Walter E. Coe, Stamford, Con.

necticut; also 165 Broadway, New York, N. Y., Chairman. Carlos C. Alden, Buffalo Law School, Buffalo, New York. Harry Eugene Kelley, Denver, Colorado; also Washington, District of Columbia. Cyrenius P. Black, Lansing, Michigan. Charles McCarthy, Legislative Reference Library, Madison, Wisconsin William M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Alonzo H. Stewart, Washington, District of Columbia.

11. Vital and Penal Statistics.-Nathan William MacChesney, 30 N.

LaSalle St., Chicago, Illinois, Chairman. Eugene A. Gilmore,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. George D. Ayers,
Moscow, Idaho. E. E. Caine, Elko, Nevada. J. S. Sexton, Hazel.
hurst, Mississippi. P. H. Gillin, Bangor, Maine. Phillip Q.
Churchman, Wilmington, Delaware.

12. Taxation.-Ernst Freund, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois,

Chairman. Frederick W. Lehmann, Merchants-Laclede Bldg., St. Louis, Missouri. Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Massachusetts. William M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington, Ohio. Alfred Battle, 901 Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Washington. Frank Pace. Little Rock, Arkansas.

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