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ANNUAL DINNER
The annual dinner was held on Friday evening September 2,
1921, at the Hotel Gibson, Cincinnati, Ohio. William H. Taft,
Chief Justice of the United States, presided.
The speakers were:

Sir John A. Simon, K. C., of London, England.
Justice Pierre B. Mignault, Ottawa, Canada.
Ambassador Frederico A. Pezet, of Peru.
Judge Frederick E. Crane, of New York.

President-Elect, Cordenio A. Severance.
Among the guests were Prof. Jean Appleton, University of
Lyon, France, President of the French Bar Association; Dr.
Rokuichiro Masujima of Tokyo; and Toshimaro Yamamato of
Yokohama.

There were 850 members and guests in attendance at the dinner.

LIST OF PRESIDENTS 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. GEORGE TUCKER. , Lexington, Virginia. 28. 1905–1906– GEORGE R. PECK......... . Chicago, Illinois. 29. 1906–1908– 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......... 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. 39. 1916-1917– GEORGE SUTHERLAND ..... ..Salt Lake City, Utah. 40. 1917-1918- WALTER GEORGE SMITH... .. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 41. 1918-1919- GEORGE T. PAGE........... ... Peoria, Illinois. 42. 1919-1920- HAMPTON L. CARSON........ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 43. 1920–1921-*WILLIAM A. BLOUNT"....... Pensacola, Florida. 44. 1921-1922- CORDENIO A. SEVERANCE..... St. Paul, Minnesota.

D. I ARKER..........

* 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.

* 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.

5 In consequence of the death on June 15, 1921, of William A. Blount the Executive Committee elected the last retiring President, Hampton L. Carson, as Acting President until the next annual meeting. James M. Beck, of New York, prepared and read the President's Address in 1921.

LIST OF SECRETARIES 1. 1873-93_*EDWARD OTIS HIN KLEY'....... Baltimore, Maryland. 2. 1893-1909– JOHN HIN KLEY“............ Baltimore, Maryland. 3. 1909–1920_*GEORGE WHITELOCK ........ Baltimore, Maryland. 4. 1920– W. THOMAS KEMP'......... Baltimore, Maryland.

LIST OF ASSISTANT SECRETARIES 1. 1909–1910- ALBERT C. RITCHIE ........ Baltimore, Maryland. 2. 1910-1921- W. THOMAS KEMP.......... Baltimore, Maryland. 3. 1913– GAYLORD LEE CLARK "........ Baltimore, Maryland.

LIST OF TREASURERS 1. 1878–1902– FRANCIS RAWLE . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2. 1902 FREDERICK E. WADHAMS..... Albany, New York. * Deceased.

1 In 1878, Francis Rawle, of Pennsylvania, and Isaac Grant Thompson, of New York, acted as temporary Secretaries and as Secretaries of the Conference.

In 1886, Edward Otis Hinkley being absent, Walter George Smith, of Pennsylvania, acted as Secretary pro tempore.

2 In 1898, John Hinkley being absent, George P. Wanty, of Michigan, acted as Secretary pro tempore.

In January, 1920, George Whitelock having died, the Executive Committee appointed W. Thomas Kemp to fill the vacancy until the Annual Meeting when the Association elected him Secretary.

* In 1909 by virtue of amendment to Constitution, the Executive Committee elected an Assistant Secretary.

* In 1913 the Constitution was further amended so as to provide for one or more Assistant Secretaries.

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– PLATT 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 HINKLEY ............ Baltimore, Maryland. 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 0. Bonney was chosen to fill the vacancy under By-Law X.

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

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