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SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS, AUGUST 14, 1920, to August 16, 1921,

INCLUSIVE. Expenses of annual meeting 1920....

$1,718.96 Expenses of annual dinner 1920...

2,736.45 Stenographer reporting annual meeting 1920.. 1,594.50 Hotel expenses and entertainment of guests at annual meeting 1920.....

725.34

$6,775.25 Annual report: Printing

$14,953.52 Shipping

2,199.87

17,153.39 AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL: Paid Lord Baltimore Press for Vol. 6, No. 3, July JOURNAL (old form).....

$2,238.22
Printing monthly issues of Journal.

15,621.89
Shipping expenses, sorting labels by States,
pasting wrappers, labels, etc....

652.80
Miscellaneous printing for wrappers, shipping
labels, etc.

422.09
Printing index Vol. 6..

140.00 Reprints of JOURNAL articles furnished authors 64.76 Salary

4,500.00 Clerk hire

1,077.50 Salary advertising representative.

425.00 Rent

770.00 Traveling expenses JOURNAL Committee.

33.00 Refund of amount paid for advertising cards.. 36.00 Express

21.44 Miscellaneous expenses

6.00 Paid James Keeley and Joseph R. Taylor, for

expense account during year. (See separate
account attached)

3,421.37

29,430.07 Expenses of Executive Committee....

1,392.16 Amount of appropriations expended by committees. (See Schedule "A" hereto attached).

14,780.76 Addressograph supplies and repairs.

82.01 Equipment

694.10 Books and periodicals.

35.10 Miscellaneous printing

4,167.05 Process letters and typewriting.

115.27 Stamps, stamped envelopes, postal cards and parcel post.. 1,773.12 Stationery and supplies...

278.86 Sundry expenses

431.33 Telegraph and cable.

252.73 Telephone tolls

270.61 Express and freight.

52.71 Rent of rooms in Munsey Building, Baltimore, Md.

465.00 Rent of storage room in Baltimore, Md...

33.00 Rent of rooms in Spencer Trask Building, Albany, N. Y.

672.00 President's expenses

88.36

$398.15

460.72 4,000.00

Secretary's traveling expenses for self and assistants..
Treasurer's traveling expenses..
Secretary's office salary account.
Secretary's office for compensation of assistants for work in

connection with annual meeting 1920..
Treasurer's office salary account.
Treasurer's office extra clerk hire..
Expenses of delegates of Association.

500.00 4,500.00

504.00 161.60

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$9,128.36

Funds deposited in savings banks...
Funds deposited in Albany Trust Co. checking

account
Cash on hand in Treasurer's office.

3,572.78
65.34

$12,766.48

FUNDS INVESTED.

$9,637.50
5,356.25
4,575.00

10 No. Pac. R. R. Prior Lien 4's....
5 Pa. R. R. Consolidated 44's....
5 Ill. Central R. R. 4's bought at 911.
5 $1,000 U. S. Government bonds (41% Second

Liberty Loan)
10 $1,000 U. S. Government bonds (41% Third

Liberty Loan)

5,000.00

10,000.00

$34.568.75

Total cash on hand and funds invested.......

$47,335.23

ACCOUNT OF JAMES KEELEY AND JOSEPH R. TAYLOR, CURRENT MONTH EXPENSES, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL.

Dr. Cash on hand August 9, 1920..

$99.08 Cash received subscriptions to Journal.

6.10 Cash received from Frederick E. Wadhams, Treasurer.

3,421.37

Total

$3,526.55

Cr
.

By cash paid:

Salaries (Aug. 9-Sept. 25).
Clerk hire
Salary paid advertising representative.
Amounts paid authors of articles..
Traveling expenses Mr. Keeley and Mr. Taylor.
Furniture and equipment...
Telegraph and cable..
Telephone
Stationery and supplies.
Rent ...
Postage on JOURNAL issues.
Miscellaneous postage
Express
Press clipping service.
Pasting labels
Cuts
Miscellaneous office expenses for light, ice, tow-

els, postage, stationery and supplies, photo-
graphs for cuts, etc..

$700.00
285.92,
250.00
125.00
347 28
408.90
103.48
57.94
50.00
70.00
525.05
58.71

4.90
44.33
50.00
25.00

163.04

$3,269.55

$257.00

$148.94

Cash on hand August 1, 1921..
Cash on hand August 1.
Cash received from F. E. Wadhams,

Tr., for Aug. expenses.

108.06

$257.00

SCHEDULE "A."
AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED TO AND EXPENDED BY COMMITTEES.
Appropriated
1919-1920 1920-1921
Committee on

Expended 250.00 Comparative Law Section...

$250.00 500.00 Section Criminal Law..

551.46 375.00 1,600.00 Section Legal Education..

1,711.77 500.00 250.00 Judicial Section

158.26 300.00 150.00 Public Utilities Section..

26.75 1,250.00 Section Conference Bar Association Delegates ...

1,094.53 175.00 200.00 Patent Law Section.

91.10 250.00 Admiralty and Maritime Law.

19.50 750.00 600.00 Commerce, Trade and Commercial Law. 641.42 500.00 300.00 Professional Ethics and Grievances..

51.38 400.00 400.00 Insurance Law 100.00 100.00 International Law 150.00 250.00 Uniform Judicial Procedure.. 1,000.00 1,400.00 Jurisprudence and Law Reform.

1,107.62 300.00 500.00 Legislative Drafting

45.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Membership:

Lucien Hugh Alexander, Chairman.... 1,000.00

Frederick E. Wadhams, Chairman... 4,338.42 250.00 250.00 Change of Date of Presidential Inaugura

tion 1,500.00 1,000.00 Publicity

673.68 350.00 450.00 Classification and Restatement of the Law. 246.52

400.00 500.00 Noteworthy Changes in Statute Law... 2,500.00 2,500.00 Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.. 2,500.00

Reception Committee (St. Louis Meeting) 25.00 350.00 Committee on Law of Aviation....

248.35

Total

$14,780.76 FREDERICK E. WADHAMS,

Treasurer.

NEW YORK STATE AUDIT COMPANY,
35 AND 37 STATE STREET,
ALBANY, N. Y.

August 25, 1921. American Bar Association:

GENTLEMEN: Pursuant to engagement, we have made an audit of the books and accounts of Mr. Frederick E. Wadhams, Treasurer of your Association, for the fiscal year ending August 16, 1921.

We find that all receipts and disbursements have been properly accounted for, the latter with satisfactory vouchers. We certify that the accompanying report, showing total receipts for the year of $102,233.83 including cash on hand at the beginning, and disbursements of $89,467.35, is a correct summary of said books and accounts.

We secured statements from the banks, confirming the funds on deposit as stated, and we examined the securities in the Albany Safe Deposit Co., where they are deposited for safe keeping and found them correct and in agreement with the list. Respectfully submitted,

NEW YORK STATE AUDIT Co.,
BRACE M. GALLIEN, C. P. A.,

President.

REPORT

OF THE

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

CINCINNATI, OHIO, August 31, 1921. To the American Bar Association:

The Executive Committee reports with profound sorrow the death of the President of the Association, William A. Blount, of Pensacola, Florida, which occurred on June 15, 1921. President Blount attended the mid-winter meeting of the Executive Committee at New Orleans, and presided over its sessions. Although at the time a great sufferer, he then displayed no indication of his illness, but continued to perform the duties devolving upon him as President of the Association and as Chairman of the Executive Committee until a few weeks prior to his death.

The Executive Committee unanimously selected the last retiring President, Hampton L. Carson, of Pennsylvania, as acting President of the Association until the next regular election. The committee furthermore invited James M. Beck, of New York, to prepare and deliver an address at the annual meeting in lieu of the President's address.

The Executive Committee met at New Orleans, Louisiana, January 5, 6 and 7, 1921. Many matters of detail in the work of the Association were brought before, and passed upon by the committee, as more fully appears from the minutes of those meetings.

The committee has kept in close touch with the Board of Editors of the AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL, now completing its first year as a monthly periodical. In January the committee conferred personally with the Board of Editors of the JOURNAL in New Orleans, and in April the sub-committee of the Executive Committee again conferred with the Board of Editors of the JOURNAL at Chicago. Numerous details concerning the general policy of the JOURNAL were discussed and acted upon.

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