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LIST OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1. 1878-87-*LUKE P. POLAND..

St. Johnsbury, Vermont. 2. 1878-88- SIMEON E. BALDWIN

New Haven, Connecticut. 3. 1878-80_*WILLIAM A. FISHER.

Baltimore, Maryland. 4. 1880-85-*WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER. New York, New York. 5. 1885-90_*CHARLES C. BONNEY'. Chicago, Illinois. 6. 1887-96_*GEORGE A. MERCER..

. Savannah, Georgia. . 7. 1888-90_*JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER. . Lexington, Virginia. 8. 1890-91-*WILLIAM P. WELLS..

. Detroit, Michigan. 9. 1890-99- ALFRED HEMENWAY

Boston, Massachusetts. 10. 1891-95-*BRADLEY G. SCHLEY.

. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 11. 1895-99- CHARLES CLAFLIN ALLEN. St. Louis, Missouri. 12. 1896-97_*WILLIAM WIRT HOWE.. New Orleans, Louisiana. 13. 1897-1900- CHARLES NOBLE GREGORY.. Washington, D. C. 14. 1899–1900_*EDMUND WETMORE

New York, New York. 15. 1899-1901-*U. M. Rose..

Little Rock, Arkansas. 16. 1899-1902– WILLIAM A. KETCHAM.. . Indianapolis, Indiana. 17. 1899–1902- Henry St. GEORGE TUCKER.. Lexington, Virginia. 18. 1900–1903– RODNEY A. MERCUR.. Towanda, Pennsylvania. 19. 1900–1903_*CHARLES F. LIBBY.

Portland, Maine. 20. 1901-1903_*JAMES HAGERMAN

St. Louis, Missouri. 21. 1902–1905– P. W. MELDRIM.

Savannah, Georgia. 22. 1902–1905– Piatt ROGERS

Denver, Colorado. 23. 1903-1906– M. F. DICKINSON.

Boston, Massachusetts. 24. 1903–1906- THEODORE S. GARNETT. Norfolk, Virginia. 25. 1903-1906– WILLIAM P. BREEN.

Fort Wayne, Indiana. 26. 1905-1908- CHARLES MONROE

..Los Angeles, California. 27. 1905–1908-*RALPH W. BRECKENRIDGE. Omaha, Nebraska. 28. 1906–1909_*CHARLES F. LIBBY...

Portland, Maine. 29. 1906–1909– WALTER GEORGE SMITH. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 30. 1906-1909- ROME G. BROWN.

Minneapolis, Minnesota. 31. 1908-1911- WILLIAM O. HART..

New Orleans, Louisiana. 32. 1908–1911- CHARLES HENRY BUTLER. New York, New York. 33. 1909-1912– JOHN HIN KLEY

Baltimore, Meryland. 34. 1909–1912_*RALPH W. BRECKENRIDGE. Omaha, Nebraska. 35. 1909-1912– LYNN HELM

Los Angeles, California. 36. 1911-1914- HOLLIS R. BAILEY.

Boston, Massachusetts. 37. 1911-1914_*Aldis B. BROWNE.

Washington, D. C. 38. 1912-1915– WILLIAM H. BURGES. El Paso, Texas. 39. 1912–1915- John H. VOORHEES.

Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 40. 1912–1915- WILLIAM H. STAAKE. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 41. 1913-1914_* ALBERT W. Biggs ?

Memphis, Tennessee. 42. 1913–1916_*WILLIAM C. NIBLACK.. Chicago, Illinois. 43. 1914-1917- SELDEN P. SPENCER.

St. Louis, Missouri. 44. 1914–1917– WILLIAM P. BYNUM.. Greensboro, North Carolina. 45. 1914-1917- CHAPIN BROWN

Washington, D. C. 46. 1915-1918- CHARLES N. POTTER. Cheyenne, Wyoming.

* Deceased. 1 In 1888, at the first meeting of the Executive Committee after the adjournment of the Association, Simeon E. Baldwin resigned, and Charles C. Bonney was chosen to fill the vacancy under By-Law X.

In 1913, by virtue of amendment to Constitution, the number of elective members of Executive Committee was increased from five to seven.

47. 1915-1918 JOHN LOWELL

Boston, Massachusetts. 48. 1915-1918- CHARLES BLOOD SMITH. Topeka, Kansas. 49. 1916-1919– ASHLEY COCKRILL”.

Little Rock, Arkansas. 50. 1916–1917- WALTER GEORGE SMITH. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 51. 1917-1918 GEORGE T. Page...

Peoria, Illinois. 52. 1917-1920 T. A. HAMMOND.

Atlanta, Georgia. 53, 1917-1920- U. S. G. CHERRY.

Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 54, 1917–1920- CHARLES THADNEUS TERRY... New York, New York. 55. 1918-1921- EDMUND F. TRABUE. . Louisville, Kentucky. 56. 1918–1921- THOMAS H. REYNOLDS. Kansas City, Missouri. 57. 1918–1921- GEORGE B. YOUNG..

Montpelier, Vermont. 58. 1918-1921- Paul HOWLAND

Cleveland Ohio. 59. 1919- THOMAS C. McCLELLAN Montgomery, Alabama. 60. 1920 Hugh H. BROWN..

Tonopah, Nevada. 61. 1920 JOHN B. CORLISS.

Detroit, Michigan. 62. 1920 JOHN T. RICHARDS.

Chicago, Illinois. 63. 1921- THOMAS. W. BLACKBURN Omaha, Nebraska. 64. 1921- WILLIAM BROSMITH Hartford, Connecticut. 65. 1921- S. E. ELLSWORTH. ..Jamestown, North Dakota. 66. 1921- THOMAS W. SHELTON. Norfolk, Virginia.

• Deceased.

3 In 1916, by virtue of amendment to Constitution, the number of elective members of Executive Committee was increased from seven to eight.

1890.

LIST OF PLACES OF MEETING AND ATTENDANCE
Meeting. Year.
Date.

Place.

Attendance. 1....1878.... Aug. 21, 22.... Saratoga Springs, N. Y... .... 75 2....1879.... Aug. 20, 21.

Saratoga Springs, N. Y... (no record) 3....1880.... Aug. 18, 19, 20. Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

97 4....1881.... Aug. 17, 18, 19. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 124 5....1882....Aug. 8, 9, 10, 11 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 107 6. ...1883. ... Aug. 22, 23, 24. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 120 7....1884....Aug. 20, 21, 22 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 108 8....1885. .Aug. 19, 20, 21 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 124 9....1886....Aug. 18, 19, 20 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 137 10....1887.... Aug. 17, 18, 19. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 149 11....1888....

Aug. 15, 16, 17. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 121 12....1889. Aug. 28, 29, 30. Chicago, Ill.

158 13.

Aug, 20, 21, 22. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 132 14....1891.. Aug. 26, 27, 28. Boston, Mass.

202 15....1892. .Aug. 24, 25, 26. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 143 16....1893. ...Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1... Milwaukee, Wis.

130 17....1894.... Aug. 22, 23, 24. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 140 18....1895. .Aug. 27, 28, 29, 30. Detroit, Mich.

199 19....1896. . Aug. 19, 20, 21. Saratoga Springs, N. Y 276 20....1897.... Aug. 25, 26, 27. Cleveland, Ohio

184 21....1898.... Aug. 17, 18, 19. Saratoga Springs, N. Y

227 22....1899.. lug. 28, 29, 30. .Buffalo, N. Y..

227 23....1900.... Aug. 29, 30, 31 Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

230 24....1901.... .Aug. 21, 22, 23. Denver, Colo.

306 25....1902.... Aug. 27, 28, 29. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 230 26....1903....Aug. 26, 27, 28. Hot Springs, Va..

250 27....1904. .Sept. 26, 27, 28 St. Louis, Mo...

451 28....1905....Aug. 23, 24, 25. Narragansett Pier, R. I. 277 29.... 1906.... Aug. 29, 30, 31 St. Paul, Minn.

369 30....1907.... Aug. 26, 27, 28. Portland, Maine

402 31....1908.... Aug. 25, 26, 27, 28. Seattle, Washington

312 32. Aug. 24, 25, 26, 27. .Detroit, Michigan

389 33. 1910. Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1...Chattanooga, Tennessee 324 34. 1911. ... Aug. 29, 30, 31. . Boston, Mass.

625 35....1912. . Aug. 27, 28, 29. Milwaukee, Wis.

558 36....1913. .Sept. 1, 2, 3.

Montreal, Canada

1023 37....1914. .Act. 20, 21, 22. Washington, D. C.

.1184 38....1915.... Aug. 17, 18, 19. Salt Lake City, Utah.

531 39....1916.... Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 Chicago, Ill.

943 40....1917. .Sept. 4, 5 6.

. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 598 41....1918.... Aug. 28, 29, 30. Cleveland, Ohio

604 42....1919. .Sept. 3, 4, 5.

Boston, Mass.

871 .1920. Aug. 25, 26, 27. St. Louis, Mo..

727 44....1921. Aug. 31, Sept. 1, 2.....Cincinnati, Ohio

.1206

...1909.

43.

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS*

CONSTITUTION

ARTICLE I.

NAME AND OBJECT.

This Association shall be known as "THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION.” Its object shall be to advance the science of jurisprudence, promote the administration of justice and uniformity of legislation and of judicial decision throughout the Nation, uphold the honor of the profession of the law, and encourage cordial intercourse among the members of the Americar Bar.

ARTICLE II.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. Any person, on nomination in accordance with the provisions of Article III, shall be eligible to membership in this Association who shall be, and shall have been for three years next preceding nomination, a member in good standing of the Bar of any state.

ARTICLE III.

ELECTION OF MEMBERS.

(a) Nominations for membership shall be made by a majority of the Local Council of the state to the Bar of which the persons nominated belong, and must be transmitted in writing to the Chairman of the General Council, and approved by the Council on vote by ballot, except as provided in sub-division (d) hereof.

(b) The General Council may also nominate members from states having no Local Council, and at the annual meeting of the Association may nominate members from any state of which

* Adopted September 5, 1919.

a majority of the members of the Local Council are not then in attendance; but no such nomination shall be made or considered by the General Council, unless supported by a statement in writing of at least three members of the Association from the same state with the person nominated, or in the absence of three such members, then by three members from a neighboring state or states, to the effect that the person nominated has the qualifications required by the Constitution and desires to become a member of the Association, and that his admission as a member is recommended by the signers of the statement.

(c) All nominations thus made shall be reported by the Council to the Association for its action. The vote shall be taken viva voce, unless any member demand a vote by ballot upon any name thus reported, in which case the Association shall vote thereon by ballot. Five negative votes shall prevent an election.

(d) During the period between annual meetings, members may be elected by the Executive Committee upon the written nomination of a majority of the Local Council of any state. One negative vote in the Executive Committee shall prevent an election.

(e) Persons of distinction who are members of the Bar of another country but not members of the Bar of any state of the United States, may, without formal nomination or certification, be elected by the Executive Committee to be honorary members of the Association. Honorary members shall be entitled to the privileges of the floor during meetings, but shall not be entitled to vote, and they shall pay no dues.

ARTICLE IV.

OFFICERS, COMMITTEES AND SECTIONS. The following officers shall be elected at each annual meeting for the year ensuing:

A President;
A Vice-President from each state;
A Secretary;
A Treasurer;
A General Council, consisting of one member from each

state.

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