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candidates may be nominated for each office as members may wish to name.

All elections, whether to office or to membership, shall be by ballot, and a majority of the votes cast shall be sufficient to elect to office, but five negative votes shall be sufficient to defeat an election to membership.

ARTICLE XIII. The dues of the Association shall be payable on or before the first day of May for each year, and any member failing to pay his dues shall be in default, and if such default continues for three years, the name of such member shall be stricken from the roll of membership. Applications for reinstatement may be made and granted on such terms as may be deemed best by the Executive Committee.

The Treasurer shall on the 15th day of April of each year, inform each member of the Association that on the first day of May next, the Treasurer will draw at sight on said member for the amount due by him to the Association, and on the first day of May following, the Treasurer shall so draw for such dues upon each and every member of the Association who may at that time be indebted to the Association.

ARTICLE XIV. Any officer may resign at any time upon settling his accounts with the Association. A member may resign at any time upon payment of all dues to the Association, and from the date of the receipt by the Secretary of a notice of resignation with an endorsement thereon by the Treasurer that all dues have been paid as above provided, the person giving such notice shall cease to be a member of the Association.

ARTICLE XV. Whenever an active member of the Association shall,. by reason of his election or appointment, become an hon

orary member ex officio, as provided by the Constitution, the Secretary shall transfer the name of such member from the roll of active members to the roll of honorary members, and shall re-transfer the name to the active roll when such member shall no longer be entitled to honorary membership.

ARTICLE XVI. If the Executive Committee shall determine that it is necessary for the Association to hold any meeting other than the annual meeting, during the year, the same shall be held at such time and place as the Executive Committee may fix, notice of which shall be given by the Secretary.

ARTICLE XVII. All addresses, reports and other papers read at any meeting of the Association shall be transmitted to the Secretary within thirty days from the adjournment of such meeting, and if not so furnished, the Executive Committee will proceed to publish the proceedings without such papers.

ARTICLE XVIII. No resolution complimentary to any paper or address or to any member or officer shall be entertained.

ARTICLE XIX. Whenever any member of this · Association shall have been disbarred by the final judgment of a court, he shall ipso facto cease to be a member of this Association, and the Secretary shall notify him that his name has been dropped from the roll. (Adopted May 30, 1912. See Report of 1912, pp. 9-13.)

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED JULY 2, 1905... WHEREAS, It is desirable to have as large an attendance as practicable of the lawyers of the State upon the annual sessions of this Association; and,

WHEREAS, Many members of the bar of the State are prevented from attending the annual convention by reason of the fact that many of the courts of the State are in session at the time of the meeting of the Bar Association; therefore, be it

Resolved, first, That the judges of the several courts of this State be, and they are, hereby respectfully requested to so arrange their calendars and terms of court as that the members of the bar of the several courts of the State may have an opportunity to attend the annual sessions of this Association. .

Resolved, second, That as soon as the Executive Committee of this Association decides upon the time and place of meeting of this Association, each year, the Secretary of this Association shall as early as practicable thereafter notify each of the judges of the several courts of the State of the time and place of meeting of the Association, and respectfully urge a compliance with the above request.

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES

OF

THE GEORGIA BAR ASSOCIATION

FOR 1920-1921.

President
A. R. LAWTON, Savannah.

First Vice-President

WARREN GRICE, Macon.
Vice-Presidents for Congressional Districts
First-A. B. LOVETT

..... Sylvania Second-B. W. FORTSON ...

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....... Arlington Third-U. V. WHIPPLE .......

...... Cordele Fourth—A. H. THOMPSON...

.. LaGrange Fifth-ALEX. W. SMITH, JR....

. Atlanta Sixth-WARREN GRICE .......

........ Macon Seventh-W. C. BUNN, JR....... ........ Cedartown Eighth—BLANTON FORTSON

....... Athens Ninth—N. L. HUTCHINS, JR..

. Lawrenceville Tenth-J. M. Hull, JR....

....... Augusta Eleventh-E. K. Wilcox.......

....... Valdosta Twelfth-J. E. BURCH.......

.....Dublin Treasurer

Secretary Z. D. HARRISON, Atlanta. HARRY S. STROZIER, Macon

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE W. Carroll Latimer, Chairman........ ........ Atlanta A. W. Cozart..

........ Columbus D. G. Fogarty....

... Augusta Millard Reese ...

.. Brunswick The President, the Secretary, and the Treasurer, ex officio.

STANDING COMMITTEES.

LEGISLATION. B. J. Fowler, Chairman...

........ Macon Raiford Falligant ...

.... Savannah A. H. Thompson ........... ........ LaGrange

JURISPRUDENCE, LAW REFORM AND PROCEDURE. I. J. Hofmayer, Chairman.

........ Albany Jos. P. Brown....

....Greensboro Hewlett A. Hall......

........ Newnan C. E. Sutton.....

.......... Washington S. M. Turner......

..............Quitman

FEDERAL LEGISLATION. Lansing B. Lee, Chairman....... ....... Augusta Alex. W. Smith ......

....... Atlanta Orville A. Park.......

........ Macon Russell Snow

...... Quitman Wright Willingham ...

......... Rome INTERSTATE LAW. W. W. Mackall, Chairman.... . . . . . . . . . Savannah Warren B. Parks......

. Dawson J. C. Hollingsworth......

...... Sylvania G. E. Maddox ..........

......... Rome J. J. Strickland........

. . . . Athens LEGAL EDUCATION AND ADMISSION TO THE BAR. E. W. Moise, Chairman...

....... Atlanta Miss Stella Akin ...

..... Savannah John R. L. Smith .....

........ Macon Leon A. Wilson

.....Waycross Worley Adams .....

..... Royston MEMBERSHIP. H. H. Swift, Chairman...

il, Unairman...................... Columbus R. H. Kimball .....

.........Winder Hal Lawson .......

........ Abbeville John B. Guerry .....

...... Montezuma Louis S. Moore ...

.... Thomasville

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