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GOVERNORS.

Adrian Joris..
Cornelius Jacobzen Mey.
William Verhulst.
Peter Minuit

Wouter Van Twiller..
William Kieft..

Petrus Stuyvesant.
Richard Nicolls..
Francis Lovelace.
Anthony Colve
Edmond Andros..
Anthony Brockholles,
Com.-in-Chief.
Sir Edmond Andros.
Anthony Brockholles,
Com.-in-Chief....
Thomas Dongan..
Sir Edmond Andros..
Francis Nicholson.
Jacob Leisler.
Henry Sloughter
Richard Ingoldsby,
Com.-in-Chief.
Benjamin Fletcher.
Earl of Bellomont.

COVERNORS OF NEW YORK.

COLONIAL.

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1897-1898

1845-1846 31 Grover Cleveland...
1847-1848 32 David B. Hill....
1849-1851 33 Roswell P. Flower.
1851-1852 34 Levi P. Morton........1895-1896
1853-1854 35 Frank S. Black....
1855-1856 36 Theodore Roosevelt. 1899-1900
1905-1906
1857-1858 37 Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. 1901-1904
1907-1910
1859-1862 38 Francis W. Higgins..
1863-1864 39 Charles E. Hughes..
1865-1868 40 Horace White..
1913
1869-1872 41 John Alden Dix..
1913-1914
1873-1874 42 William Sulzer
1875-1876 43 Martin H. Glynn t
1877-1880 44 Charles S. Whitman.. 1915-1916
1880-1882

1910-1910

1911-1913

of his office as Lieutenant-Governor, on removal of

MAYORS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

BEFORE the Revolution the Mayor was appointed by the Governor of the Province; and from 1784 to 1820 by the Appointing Board of the State of New York, of which the Governor was the chief member. From 1820 to the amendment of the Charter, in 1830, the Mayor was appointed by the In 1898 the term of the first Mayor of Greater New York (Van Wyck) began, Common Council.

MAYORS

MAYORS.
1Thomas Willett

2 Thomas Delavall
3 Thomas Willett.

4 Cornelis Steenwyck
5 Thomas Delavall
6 Matthias Nicolls.
7 John Lawrence.
8 William Dervall..
9 Nicholas de Meyer
10 S. van Cortlandt.
11 Thomas Delavall.
12 Francis Rombouts
13 William Dyre.
14 Cornelis Steenwyck
15 Gabriel Minville.
16 Nicholas Bayard.
17 S. van Cortlandt.
18 Peter Delanoy.
19 John Lawrence.
20 Abraham De Peyster.
21 William Merritt.
22 Johannes De Peyster.
23 David Provost..
24 Isaac de Riemer..
25 Thomas Noell.

MAYORS.
Terms.
1847-1848
1725-1726 66 Andrew H. Mickle....1846-1847
1726-1735 67 William V. Brady
1849-1861
1735-1739 68 Wm. F. Havemeyer... 1848-1849
1739-1744 69 Caleb S. Woodhull..
1744-1747 70 Ambrose C. Kingsland 1861-1853
1747-1757 71 Jacob A.Westervelt...1853-1855
1757-1766 72 Fernando Wood....... 1855-1888
1766-1776 73 Daniel F. Tiemann....1858-1860
1862-1864
1776-1784 74 Fernando Wood........1860-1862
1784-1789 75 George Opdyke..
1866-1868
1789-1801 76 C. Godfrey Gunther... 1864-1866
1868
1801-1803 77 John T. Hoffman..
1869-1973
1803-1807 78 T. Coman(act'g Mayor)
1807-1808 79 A. Oakey Hall..
1808-1810 80 Wm. F. Havemeyer... 1873-1874
1810-1811 81 S. B. H. Vance(Acting)
1877-1878
1811-1815 82 William H. Wickham. 1875-1876
1815 83 Smith Ely.
....1879-1880
1815-1818 84 Edward Cooper.
1888-1884
1821-1824 86 Franklin Edson.....
1825-1826 87 William R. Grace...... 1886-1886
1818-1821 85 William R. Grace......1881-188
1826-1827 88 Abram S. Hewitt...... 1887-1888
1827-1829 89 Hugh J. Grant........ 1889-1893
1895-1897
1829-1833 90 Thomas F. Gilroy......1886-1894
1833-1834 91 William L. Strong.
1902-1903
1837-1839 93 Seth Low.
1834-1837 92 Robert A. Van Wyck..188-194

1874

1839-1841 94 George B. McClellan. 1904-1909 1841-1844 95 William J. Gaynort... 1910-1913 1844-1845 96 Ardolph L. Kline..... 1913 1845-1846 97 John Purroy Mitchel..1914-1917

.......1720-1725

John Purroy Mitchel, President of the Board of Aldermen, had full power as Mayor during part of September and October 1910, while Mayor Gaynor was disabled by an attempted assassination. Filled unexpired term of Mayor Gaynor, deceased,

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Speakers of the United States House of Representatives.

VICE-PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Birthplace.

William R. King...
John C. Breckinridge.
Hannibal Hamlin
Andrew Johnson..
Schuyler Colfax...
Henry Wilson

Quincy, Mass..
Shadwell, Va...
Newark, N. J...
Ulster Co., N. Y
Marblehead, Mass..
Scarsdale, N. Y..
Abbeville, S. C.
Kinderhook, N. Y...
Louisville, Ky
Greenway, Va
Philadelphia, Pa..
Summerhill, N. Y.
Sampson Co., N. C...
Lexington, Ky.
Paris, Me..
Raleigh, N. C.....
New York City, N. Y..
Farmington, N. H...
Malone, N. Y.
Fairfield, Vt....
Muskingum Co., O..
Shorehamn, Vt....
Christian Co., Ky.
Long Branch, N. J.

William A. Wheeler...
Chester A. Arthur..
Thos. A. Hendricks
Levi P. Morton.

Adlai E. Stevenson..

Garret A. Hobart......
Theodore Roosevelt..... New York City, N. Y
Charles W. Fairbanks... Unionville Center, O..
James S. Sherman...... Utica, N. Y......
28 Thomas R. Marshall....No. Manchester, Ind..

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1791-93 Jonathan Trumbull.. Ct....
1750 1801
1793-95 F. A. Muhlenburg...
1740 1809
Pa...
1795-99 Jonathan Dayton
1750 1801
1799-1801 Theo, Sedgwick..
N. J..
1760 1824
Mass.. 1746 1813
1801-07 Nathaniel Macon..... N. C..
1807-11 Joseph B. Varnum..
1757 1837
Mass.. 1750
1811-14 Henry Clay....
1821
Ky...
1814-15 Langdon Cheves...
1777 1852
S.C..
1815-20 Henry Clay.
1776 1857
1820-21 John W. Taylor
Ky... 1777 1859
N. Y.. 1784
1821-93 Philip P. Barbour..
Va....
1893-25 Henry Clay.
1783
1825-27 John W. Taylor..
Ky... 1777
1827-34 Andrew Stevenson
N. Y.. 1784
1834-35 John Bell.....
Va.... 1784
1835-39 Jaines K. Polk..
Tenu. 1797
1839-41 R. M. T. Hunter...
Tenn. 1795
1841-43 John White.....
Va.... 1809
1843-45 John W. Jones......
Ky... 1805
Va.... 1805
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Justices of the United States Supreme Court.

INTERNATIONAL PEACE PLAN.

PRESIDENT WILSON'S PEACE PROPOSAL.

THE parties hereto agree that all questions of whatever character and nature in dispute between them shall, when diplomatic efforts fail, be submitted for investigation and report to an international commission (the composition to be agreed upon); and the contracting parties agree not to declare war or begin hostilities until such investigation is made and report submitted.

The Investigation shall be conducted as a matter of course upon the Initiative of the commission. without the formality of a request from either party; the report shall be submitted within (time to be agreed upon) from the date of the submission of the dispute, but the parties hereto reserve the right to act independently on the subject matter in dispute after the report is submitted.

SUPPLEMENTARY MEMORANDUM BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

In the peace plan proposed by the President to all the nations the composition of the International Commission is left to agreement between the parties, and I am authorized to suggest for the consideration of those who are willing to enter into this agreement:

1. That the International Commission be of five members, to be composed as follows: One member from each of the contracting countries, to be chosen by the Government; one member to be chosen by each of the contracting countries from some other country, and the fifth member of the Commission to be agreed upon by the two Governments, the Commission to be appointed as soon as convenient after the making of the treaty, vacancies to be filled according to the original appointIf a

ment.

2. The time also is to be agreed upon, and it is suggested that that time be one year. year is considered too long or too short this Government will consider either a greater or a less period.

3. This Government is prepared to consider the question of maintaining the status quo as to military and naval preparation during the period of investigation, if the contracting nation desires to include this, and this Government suggests tentatively that the parties agree that there shall be no change in the military and naval programme during the period of investigation unless danger to one of the contracting parties from a third power compels a change in said programme, in which case the party feeling Itself menaced by a third power, shall confidentially communicate the matter in writing to the other contracting party and it shall thereupon be released from the obligation not to change its military or naval programme, and this release will at the same time operate as a release of the other contracting party. This protects each party from the other in ordinary cases, and yet provides freedom of action in emergencles.

All of these suggestions, however, are presented for consideration, and not with the Intention of Imposing any fixed conditions. The principle of investigation being accepted, the details are matters for conference and consideration.

Treaties embracing this peace plan have been signed up to December 15, 1914, by thirty countries, as follows:

Salvador

Guatemala.

Panama.

Honduras.
Nicaragua.
Netherlands.

Bolivia.
Portugal.
Persia.
Denmark.
Switzerland.

Costa Rica.
Dominican

Norway.
Peru.
Republic. Uruguay.
Argentina.
Brazil.

Venezuela.
Italy.

Chile.

Paraguay.

Great Britain.
France.
Spain.j

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China.
Russia.
Ecuador.
Greece.

Sweden.

All of these treaties, with the exception of those with the Dominican Republic and Panama, have been approved by the Senate, and the treaties with Guatemala, Great Britain, Costa Rica, Norway and Portugal have become effective by the exchange of ratifications.

NAME.

Born. Died.

NAME.

JUSTICES OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. (Names of the Chief Justices in italics.) SERVICK. SERVICK Term. Term. John Jay, N. Y.. 1789-1795 61745 1829 Nathan Clifford, Me...... 1858-1881 23 1803 1881 John Rutledge, S. C......... 1789-1791 21739 1800 Noah H. Swayne, Ohio...... 1861-1881 20 1804 1884 William Cushing, Mass... 1789-1810 21 1733 1810 Samuel F. Miller, Iowa... 1862-1890 28 1816 1890 James Wilson, Pa......... 1789-1798 91742 1798 David Davis, Ill...... 1862-1877 15 1815 1586 John Blair, Va.... 1789-1796 7 1732 1800 Stephen J. Field, Cal...... 1863-1897 34 1816 1899 Robert H. Harrison, Md.. 1789-1790 11745 1790 Salmon P. Chase, Ohio..... 1864-1873 91808 1873 James Iredell, N. C......... 1790-1799 9 1751 1799 William Strong, Pa...... 1870-1880 10 1808 1805 Thomas Johnson, Md...... 1791-1793 2 1732 1819 Joseph P. Bradley, N. J... 1870-1892 22 1813 182 William Paterson, N. J... 1793-1806 13 1745 1806 Ward Hunt, N. Y 1872-1882 10 1811 1886 John Rutledge, S. C..................... 1795-1795 1739 1800 Morrison R, Waite, Ohio... 1874-1888 14 1816 1888 Samuel Chase, Md.. ....1796-1811 15 1741 1811 John M. Harlan, Ky. 1877-1911 34 1833 1911 Oliver Ellsworth, Ct.. 1796-1800 4 1745 1807 William B. Woods, Ga..... 1880-1887 71824 1887 Bushrod Washington, Va. 1798-1829 31 1762 1829 Stanley Matthews, Ohio... 1881-1889 81824 1889 Alfred Moore, N. C.... 1799-1804 5 1755 1810 Horace Gray, Mass... 1881-1902 21 1828 1902 John Marshall, Va....... 1801-1835 34 1755 1835 Samuel Blatchford, N, Y. 1882-1893 11 1820 183 William Johnson, S. C..... 1804-1834-30 1771 1834 Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Miss... 1888-1893 5 1825 183 Brock, Livingston, N. Y.. 1806-1823 17 1757 1823 Melville W. Fuller, Ill...... 1888-1910 22 1833 1910 Thomas Todd, Ky.. 1807-1826 19 1765 1826 David J. Brewer, Kan... 1889-1910 21 1837 1910 Joseph Story, Mass... 1811-1845 34 1779 1845 Henry B. Brown, Mich... 1890-1906 16 1836 1913 Gabriel Duval, Md.. 1811-1836 25 1752 1844 George Shiras, Jr., Pa...... 1892-1903 11 1832 Smith Thompson, N. Y... 1823-1843 20 1767 1843 Howell E.Jackson, Tenn. 1893-1895 21832 18965 Robert Trimble. Ky 1826-1828 21777 1828 Edward D. White, La...... 1894-1910 16,1845) John McLean, Ohio..... 1829-1861 32 1785 1861 Rufus W. Peckham, N. Y. 1895-1909 14 1838 1909 Henry Baldwin, Pa..... 1830-1846 161779 1844 Joseph McKenna, Cal..... 18981843 James M. Wayne, Ga... 1835-1867 32 1790 1867 Oliver W. Holmes, Mass. 19021841 Roger B. Taney, Md. 1836-1864 28 1777 1864 William R. Day, Ohio... 19031849] Philip P. Barbour, Va... 1836-1841 51783 1841 William H. Moody, Mass. 1906-1910 4 1853 John Catron, Tenn..... 1837-1865 28 1786 1865 Horace H. Lurton, Tenn., 1909-1914 5 1844-1914 John McKinley, Ala... 1837-1852 151780 1852 Charles E. Hughes. N. Y, 1910Peter V. Daniel, Va 1841-1860 19 1785 1860 Willis Van Devanter, Wyo. 1910Samuel Nelson, N. Y.. 1845-1872 27 1792 1873 Joseph R. Lamar, Ga...... 1910Levi Woodbury, N. H. 1845-1851 61789 1851 Edward D. White, La..... 1910Robert C. Grier, Pa...... 1846-1870 24 1794 1870 Mahlon Pitney. N. J..... 1912Benj. R. Curtis, Mass. 1851-1857, 61809 1874 Jas.C.McReynolds, Tenn. 1914John A. Campbell, Ala... 1853-1861 81811 18891

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DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL AND STATE COMMITTEES.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE.

(Appointed by or subsequent to the Democratic National Convention at Baltimore, Md., July, 1912).
E. F. Goltra...... St. Louis.
..J. Bruce Kremer..Butte.
.P. L. Hall..

Missouri.....
Montana.
Nebraska....
Nevada...... ..W. J. Bell.

Lincoln.
.. Winnemucca.
N. Hampshire.. Eugene E. Reed... Manchester.
New Jersey..... Rob't S. Hudspeth. Jersey City.
New Mexico.... A. A. Jones.. .Las Vegas.
New York...... Norman E. Mack.. Buffalo.
North Carolina.Josephus Daniels.. Raleigh.
North Dakota.. John Bruegger. Williston.
Ohio..
E. H. Moore.. . Columbus.
Oklahoma. . Robert Galbraith.. Tulsa.
Oregon.
Will R. King.. . Portland.
Pennsylvania....A. M. Palmer......Stroudsburg.
Philippines....Robert E. Manly. Nueva Caceras.
Porto Rico...... Henry W. Dooley.San Juan.
Rhode Island....G. W. Greene. Woonsocket.
South Carolina. B. R. Tillman... Trenton.
South Dakota.. Thomas Taubman. Plankinton.
Tennessee...... Cordell Hull. .... Carthage.
. Cato Sells

Cleburne.

Wm. R. Wallace... Salt Lake City.
Vermont.. Thos. H. Browne.. Rutland.
Virginia... .J. Taylor Ellyson.. Richmond.
Washington.....John Pattison......Spokane.
West Virginia.. John T. McGraw.. Grafton.
Wisconsin.
Wyoming... .J. E. Osborne...

.Rawlins.

.Rolla Wells.

Alaska..

Arizona
Arkansas...

Chairman...... WM. F. MCCOMBS.. New York City.
Vice-Chairman. H. S. Cummings..Stamford, Ct.
Secretary...... Joseph E. Davies. . Madison, Wis.
Treasurer.
.St. Louis, Mo.
Alabama.. Wm. D. Jelks.. .Birmingham.
.Z. R. Cheney....Juneau.
Reese M. Ling.. . Phoenix.
W. M. Kavanaugh..Little Rock.
California......John B. Sanford... Ukiah.
Colorado
John T. Barnett.. Denver.
Connecticut.... . H. S. Cuminings... Stamford.
Delaware.
Willard Saulsbury. Wilmington.
Dist. of Col..... John F. Costello... Washington.
Florida..... J. T. G. Crawford..Jacksonville.
Clark Howell. ...Atlanta.
John H. Wilson... Honolulu.
R. H. Elder.. . Cœur d'Alene.
C. Boeschenstein.. Edwardsville.
Thomas Taggart.. French Lick.
Martin J. Wade.... Iowa City.
William F. Sapp... Galena.

Georgia..

Urey Woodson...Owensboro. Robert Ewing... New Orleans. .. Chas. F. Johnson. Waterville. Maryland......J. F. C. Talbott . Lutherville. Massachusetts. .John W. Coughlin. Fall River. Michigan....... Edwin O. Wood.. Flint. Minnesota......F. B. Lynch ..St. Paul. Mississippi...... Robert Powell..... Jackson.

Hawall......

Idaho.......
Illinois.

Indiana..

Iowa..

Kansas.

Kentucky

Louisiana...
Maine..

STATES.

Alabama.
Arizona.

Arkansas
California.
Colorado
Connecticut..
Delaware..

Chairmen.

Bibb Graves
Frank J. Duffy..
A. J. Walls.
Fred H. Hall.
Wellington H. Gates..
David E Fitzgerald.
Thomas F. Bayard..
F. J. Fearnside..
E. J. Reagan.
Joseph T. Pence..
Arthur W. Charles..
Bernard Korbly.
J. W. Reynolds..
E. E. Murphy..
R. H. Vansant.
Horace Wilkerson.
Charles T. Read..
Murray Vandiver..
Michael A. O'Leary.
Edmund C. Shields.
A. S. Sorter.

Iowa.

Kansas.
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
Michigan..

Minnesota.

J. M. McBeath..

Mississippi..
Missouri.

D. C. McClung

T. M. Swindlehurst.

Montana.
Nebraska.

W. H. Thompson..
Nevada..
S. M. Pickett.
New Hampshire. George E. Fanand.

New Jersey.
New Mexico..
New York.

Edward E. Grosscup.
J. H. Paxton
William C. Osborn.
North Carolina.. Thomas D. Warren.
North Dakota..H. H. Perry..

Ohio..

W. L. Finley
Alger Melton
B. E. Haney.

Oklahoma.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania. Roland S. Morris.
Rhode Island...John B. Sullivan.
South Carolina.. John Gary Evans..
South Dakota... Dr. H. J. Rock.
Tennessee.

L. D. Hill

Florida.

Georgia.

Idaho.

Illinois.

Indiana.

Texas.

Utah..

Vermont.

Virginia
Washington..
West Virginia..
Wisconsin...
Wyoming..

DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEES.*

Texas.

Utah..

Paul Waples..
Samuel R. Thurman.

Post-Offices.

Montgomery..
Nogales.
Little Rock.
Bakersfield
Denver..
New Haven
Wilmington.
Palatka.
Mc Donough
Boisé.

Carmi..
Indianapolls.
Creston..

Leavenworth..

Ashland.
Port Allen.
Biddeford
Havre de Grace..
Boston..

Lansing.

Minneapolis.
Meridian

Jefferson City.
Livingston.
Grand Island.
Reno.
Concord.
Wenonah.
Santa Fé.
Garrison
New Berne.
Ellendale
Columbus..
Chickasha.
Portland.
Philadelphia.
Newport.
Spartanburg.
Aberdeen
Sparta.
Fort Worth.
Salt Lake City.

Secretaries.

Walter Sessions.
C. C. Thompson.
J. S. Maloney
R. P. Troy.

Leo U. Guggenheim
P. B. O'Sullivan.
James Lord.

James S. Kennedy.
J. Taylor Ellyson..
John B. Fogarty.
C. L. Shaver..
Joseph Martin.
Is. G. Hopkins..

Political State Committees subject to frequent changes.

Williston..
Richmond.
Everett.

Fairmont.
Green Bay
Cheyenne..

Post-Offices.

Birmingham.
Phoenix.

Little Rock.
San Francisco.

Pueblo.

Derby.
Dover.

De Land.
Atlanta.

Boisé.

G. W. Fisher.

St. Elmo Massengale..
J. P. Pope...
Isaac B. Craig
A. Charles Sallee.
Earl Bronson..
J M. Lewis.
John W. Woods.
A. J. Newlin.
William F. Curran.
Albert J. Almoney (act'g).
D. F. O'Connell.
A. R. Canfield.

Robert W. Hargadine.
Joseph E. Norwood.
George H. Middlekamp
W. C. Rae.

A. P. Sprague.
William Mc Knight.
Robert C. Murchle.
William L. DIII.
Thomas J. Guilford.
G. Van Name...
J. R. Collie..
F. W. McLean.

J. W. Smith..

S. A. Heatley..

William H. Hornibrook.. Albany.

Warren Van Dyke..
Frank E. Sullivan.
W. C. McGowan
Miss L. A. Pardeu.
P. L. Harned.
Charles J. Kirk

H. M. Stephens, R. B.
Thurman
James E. Byrne.
J. N. Brenaman.
George E. Ryan.
Harry H. Byrer.
J. S. Gindice.
Robert Connaghan

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New York County Lawyers' Association.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AND STATE COMMITTEES.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE.

Appointed by or subsequent to the Republican National Convention at Chicago, June, 1912

Missouri.

T.K. NeidringhausSt. Louls.
.R. B. Howell.....Omaha.
Nebraska..
H. B. Maxson.... Reno.
Montana.....T. A. Marlow....Helena.
Nevada.
New H'pshire. F. W. Estabrook..Nashua.
New Jersey... Franklin Murphy.Newark.
New Mexico.. Chas. A. Spiess...Las Vegas.
New York....Wm. Barnes, Jr..Albany.
No. Carolina.. E. C. Duncan....Raleigh.
No. Dakota... Thos. F. Marshall. Oakes.
Sperman Granger.Zanesville.
Ohlo
James A. Harris. Guthrie.
.R. E. Williams...Dallas.
Pennsylvania..Henry G. Wasson. Pittsburgh.
San Juan.
Philippines... Henry B. McCoy. Manila.
Porto Rico.... S. Behn.
Rhode Island.. Wm. P. Shefeld..Newport.
So. Carolina..Jas. W. Tolbert... Greenwood.
So. Dakota... Thos. Thorson...Canton.
Newell Sanders... Chattanooga.
Tennessee.
H. F. MacGregor.Houston.
.. Provo.
Reed Smoot.
Earle S. Kinsley. Rutland.
Vermont.
Alvah H. Martin, Norfolk.
Virginia.
Washington...S. A. Perkins.....Tacoma.
West Virginia. H. D. Hatfield.. Charleston..
Wisconsin.... Alfred T. Rogers..Madison.
Wyoming.....Geo. E. Pexton... Evanston.

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Chairman.....CHAS. D. HILLES..Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
.Jas. B. Reynolds.. Washington, D. C.
Geo. R. Sheldon.. New York.
.P. D. Barker.....Mobile.
Wm. S. Bayliss...Juneau.
R. H. Cameron... Phoenix.

Arizona.
H. L. Remmel... Little Rock.
Arkansas.
.P. A. Stanton....Los Angeles.
California.
.Sim. Guggenheim.Denver.
Colorado
Connecticut... Wm. F. Henney. Hartford.
..T. C. du Pont....Wilmington.
Delaware.
Dist. of Col... Chapin Brown... Washington.
Henry S. Chubb.. Gainesville.
Henry S. Jackson. Atlanta.
Thos. A. Rice.... Honolulu.
John W. Hart.... Menan.
Roy O. West.....Chicago.
Jas. B. Goodrich.. Indianapolls.
John T. Adams... Dubuque.
...Wichita.
.F. S. Stanley.

Iowa...

Kansas.
..J. W. McCulloch..Owensboro.
.. New Orleans.
Kentucky
Victor Lolsel.
Louisiana..
. Frederick Hale... Portland.
Maine...
....Wm. P. Jackson..Salisbury.
Maryland.
Massachus'ts.. W. Murray Crane.Dalton.
Chas. B. Warren.. Detroit.
Michigan.
.E. P. Hawkins... Duluth.
Minnesota.
Mississippi....L. B. Mosely....Jackson.

Secretary.
Treasurer.
Alabama.
Alaska.

New Hampshire. Dwight Hall...

New Jersey
New Mexico.

Newton A. Bugbee.
Ralph C. Ely..
William Barnes, Jr.
New York
North Carolina.. Frank A. Linney
North Dakota...Frank Sprague.
Ohlo.

Oklahoma.

W. L. Parmenter.
Arthur H. Geissler.
Chas. B. Moores
Oregon.
William E. Crow.
Pennsylvania.
Joseph P. Burlingame..
Rhode Island
South Carolina.. Jos. W. Tolbert..
South Dakota...J. L. Lockhart..

J. S. Beasley.
Cecil A. Lyon.
C E. Loose
Stanly Wilson..
C. B. Slemp.
Millard T. Hartson.
T. J. Sherrard.

Geo. E Scott.
Patrick Sullivan.

Political State Committees subject to frequent changes.

President-Thomas H. Hubbard.

W. Taft. Secretary-John Caldwell Myers.
Total membership, 3,220.

NEW YORK COUNTY LAWYERS' ASSOCIATION.
Vice-Presidents-Edgar M. Cullen, Charles Strauss, Henry
Treasurer-Edward M. Grout, 165 Broadway.

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