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BAR ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE OF KANSAS.
A. J. CURRAN..

Pittsburg.
0. 0. OSBURN..

Stockton.
A. M. HARVEY.

Topeka.

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WASHINGTON STATE BAR ASSOCIATION.

CHARLES E. SHEPARD.
REEVES AYLMORE, JR.
W. H. WINFREE...

Seattle.
Seattle.
. Spokane.

WEST VIRGINIA BAR ASSOCIATION.

A. S. HOOTON.
Jxo. T. GRAHAM.
S. M. MCCLINTIC.

Moundsville.
Huntington.
Marlinton,

WYOMING STATE BAR ASSOCIATION.

CHARLES N. POTTER...
NELLIS E. CORTHELL.
CHARLES E. BLYDENBURGH.

Cheyenne. . Laramie. Rawlings.

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ANNUAL DINNER The Annual Dinner was held on Thursday evening, August 19, 1915, at the Hotel Utah, Salt Lake City. Henry D. Estabrook, of New York, presided. The speakers were:

Samuel R. Thurman, of Utah,
Peter W. Meldrim, of Georgia,
Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas,
Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois,

William Howard Taft, of Connecticut.
Three hundred and nine members and guests were present.

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1. 1878–79_*JAMES 0. BROADHEAD St. Louis, Missouri. 2. 1879–80–*BENJAMIN H. BRISTOW. ... New York, New York. 3. 1880–81-*EDWARD J. PHELPS.

Burlington, Vermont. 4. 1881-82—*CLARKSON N. POTTER . New York, New York. 5. 1882-83–*ALEXANDER R. LAWTON .Savannah, Georgia. 6. 1883–84_*CORTLANDT PARKER

Newark, New Jersey. 7. 1884-85-*JOHN W. STEVENSON.. Covington, Kentucky. 8. 1885-86-*WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER. New York, New York. 9. 1886-87-*THOMAS J. SEMMES.

. New Orleans, Louisiana. 10. 1887-88_*GEORGE G. WRIGHT.

. Des Moines, Iowa. 11. 1888-89_*DAVID DUDLEY FIELD. New York, New York. 12. 1889–90–*HENRY HITCHCOCK

. St. Louis, Missouri. 13. 1890-91-SIMEON E. BALDWIN.

.New Haven, Connecticut. 14. 1891-92-*JOHN F. DILLON.

New York, New York. 15. 1892–93-*JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER. .Lexington, Virginia. 16. 1893–94—*THOMAS M. COOLEY

. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 17. 1894-95-*JAMES C. CARTER.

New York, New York. 18. 1895–96-MOORFIELD STOREY

.Boston, Massachusetts. 19. 1896–97-*JAMES M. WOOLWORTH. .Omaha, Nebraska. 20. 1897-98-*WILLIAM WIRT HOWE. .. New Orleans, Louisiana. 21. 1898-99-JOSEPH H. CHOATE*... New York, New York. 22. 1899–1900–*CHARLES F. MANDERSON... Omaha, Nebraska. 23. 1900–1901-EDMUND WETMORE

New York, New York. 24. 1901–1902_*U. M. Rose.

Little Rock, Arkansas. 25. 1902–1903-FRANCIS RAWLE

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 26. 1903-1904—*JAMES HAGERMAN

.St. Louis, Missouri. 27. 1904–1905-HENRY ST. GEO. TUCKER. . Lexington, Virginia: 28. 1905-1906-GEORGE R. PECK..

. Chicago, Illinois. 29. 1906–1907-ALTON B. PARKER.

New York, New York. 30. 1907-1908–J. M. DICKINSON.

.Chicago, Illinois. 31. 1908-1909-FREDERICK W. LEHMANN... St. Louis, Missouri. 32. 1909-1910–*CHARLES F. LIBBY. Portland, Maine. 33. 1910-1911-EDGAR H. FARRAR..

New Orleans, Louisiana. 34. 1911-1912-STEPHEN S. GREGORY. Chicago, Illinois. 35. 1912–1913-FRANK B. KELLOGG. . St. Paul, Minnesota. 36. 1913-1914-WILLIAM H. TAFT.

New Haven, Connecticut. 37. 1914-1915-PETER W. MELDRIM. Savannah, Georgia. 38. 1915–1916-ELIHU Root

New York, New York. * Deceased.

1 At the Conference for organizing the Association in 1878, John H. B. Latrobe, of Maryland, was elected Temporary Chairman, and when the organization was completed, Benjamin H. Bristow, of Kentucky, was elected President of the Conference.

? In consequence of the death of Clarkson N. Potter, Francis Kernan, of New York, presided and prepared and delivered the President's Address in 1882.

3 In consequence of the illness of Thomas M, Cooley, Samuel F. Hunt, of Ohio, presided and read the President's Address prepared by Judge Cooley in 1894

4 In consequence of the absence of Joseph H. Choate, as Ambassador to Great Britain, Charles F. Manderson, of Nebraska, presided and prepared and delivered the President's Address in 1899.

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