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COMMITTEE ON PATENTS.
GEORGE W. NORRIS, Nebraska, Chairman.
ELLISON D. SMITH, South Carolina.
THOMAS P. GORE, Oklahoma.
MABELLE J. TALBERT, Clerk. 2
PERSONNEL OF THE PATENT OFFICE.
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920.
UNITED STATES SENATE,
Washington, D. C.
Present: Senators Norris (chairman), Knox, and Brandegee.
Wallace R. Lane, representing Patent Law Association of Chicago,
William Houston Kenyon, representing the New York County
John Imirie; patent lawyer, Washington, D. C.
Thomas Ewing, ex-Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C.,
Thomas E. Robertson, representing the American Patent Law
Arthur C. Fraser, from the committee on patents of the National
Henry D. Williams, patent lawyer, 61 Broadway, New York City.
Elmer A. Sperry, inventor of the gyroscopic compass, used on all
Delos Holden, East Orange, N. J., representing Thomas A. Edison.
Robert Brannigan, representing the Automobile Chamber of
Dr. Charles L. Parsons, representing the American Chemical
Prof. J. C. W. Frazier, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
Dr. A. T. Larsen, professor Carlton College, Northfield, Minn.
Dr. E. G. Zies, geophysical laboratory Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Dr. Henry S. Washington, geophysical laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington.
William R. Ballard, representing the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. and the Western Electric Co.
Edmund G. Borden, representing H. L. Dougherty & Co., owners of 123 public utility companies and 35 oil production, refining, and pipe-line companies.
Milton Tibbetts, Packard Motor Car Co. and chairman of patents committee, National Association of Manufacturers.
George_A. Weschler, representing the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, with 12,000 members.
William J. Kent, representing the United States Rubber Co.
Maj. P. V. Hollenbeck, representing the International Paper Co. and the Mergenthaler Linotype Co., New York.
Maj. William Bowie, representing the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Prof. Charles F. Scott, professor of electrical engineering of Yale University and past president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, representing said institute.
The following members of the National Association of Manufacturers;
Enos Paullin, of Ferracute Machine Co., Bridgeton, N. J.
G. L. Markland, jr., president of Philadelphia Gear Works, Philadelphia, Pa.
William J. Kent, of United States Rubber Co., New York City.
Edward Kerschner, Washington, D. C., of Standard Underground Cable Co.
D. E. Loewe, hat manufacturer, Danbury, Conn.
Charles Lyon Russell, of S. K. F. Industries (Inc.), makers of ball bearings, New York City.
The following representatives of the General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y.:
Mr. Charles E. Tullar.
R. B. Parker (Edison lamp works of General Electric Co., Harrison, N. J.).
A. F. E. Horn, Washington, D. C. R. P. Parrott (Edison lamp works, Harrison, N. J.). H. L. Davis, Washington, D. C. L. F. Blaisdell, Washington, D. C. Claude H. Mott. Russell A. Warner. Max Weisford. Wakeman Rider. William H. Atkinson. Wesley G. Carr, Pittsburgh, Pa., patent attorney for Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co., and chairman of the Electrical Manufacturers' Club, composed of electrical manufacturers throughout the United States.
S. Mortimer Ward, of New York City, representing the Curtiss Aeroplane Co.