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OFFICERS OF THE CONFERENCE.

RETIRING OFFICERS.

1920-1921.
HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, Baltimore, Md., President.
GEORGE B. YOUNG, Montpelier, Vt., Vice-President.
EUGENE ‘A. GILMORE, Madison, Wis., Secretary.
W. O. HART, New Orleans, La., Treasurer.

OFFICERS FOR 1921-1922. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, Room 132, Court House, Baltimore, Md.,

President. John R. HARDIN, Prudential Building, Newark, N. J., Vice-President. EUGENE A. GILMORE, Madison, Wis., Secretary W.O. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La., Treasurer.

STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE

CONFERENCE.

1921-1922.

STANDING COMMITTEES. 1. Executive.-Appointed Members: Nathan William MacChesney,

30 N. La Salle St., Chicago, Ill., Chairman; Eugene C. Massie, 1136
Mutual Building, Richmond, Va.; George B. Young, Montpelier,
Vt.; J. Hansell Merrill, Thomasville, Ga.; George E. Beers, New
Haven, Conn. Ex-officio: Henry Stockbridge, Room 132, Court
House, Baltimore, Md., President; John R. Hardin, Prudential
Building, Newark, N. J., Vice-President; Eugene A. Gilmore, Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., Secretary; W. 0. Hart, 134
Carondelet St., New Orleans, La., Treasurer; W. H. Staake, 648
City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., Ex-President.

2. Scope and Program.-(Elected.) A. T. Stovall, Okolona, Miss.,

Chairman (term expires 1922); J. H. Voorhees, Sioux Falls, S. D. (term expires 1922); James R. Caton, Alexandria, Va. (term expires 1923); Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. (term expires 1923); William M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pa. (term expires 1924); Ernst Freund, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Ill. (term expires 1924).

3. Publicity.--Walter C. Clephane, Washington, D. C., Chairman;

Alexander H. Robbins, 1006 Times Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; Rome G.
Brown, 1006 Metropolitan Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.; Mark
A. Sullivan, 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, N. J.; Joseph Mad-
den, Keene, N. H.; W. H. Washington, Steger Bldg., Nashville,
Tenn.; E. A. Gilmore, Law School, Madison, Wis.

4. Legislative.—John H. Voorhees, Bailey Glidden Bldg., Sioux Falls,

S. D., Chairman; Fred W. Stow, Fort Collins, Colo.; Louis C.
Massey, Orlando, Fla.; Alexander H. Robbins, 1006 Times Bldg.,
St. Louis, Mo.; Ashley Cockrill, Little Rock, Ark., John B. San-
born, Gay Bldg., Madison, Wis.; George E. Beers, New Haven,

Conn. 5. On Appointment of and Attendance by Commissioners.—W. O.

Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La., Chairman; Peter W.
Meldrim, Court House, Savannah, Ga.; W. C. Kinkead, Hynds
Bldg., Cheyenne, Wyo.; Chas. L. Kagey, Beloit, Kans. ; Ben F.
Washer, Louisville, Ky.; F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington, Ohio;
D. A. G. Ouzts, Greenwood, S. C.

SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 1. Uniform Commercial Acts.-John Hinkley, 215 N. Charles St.,

Baltimore, Md., Chairman; Samuel Williston, Harvard Law School,
Cambridge, Mass.; Walter George Smith, 711 Witherspoon Bldg.,
Philadelphia, Pa.; John H. Voorhees, Bailey-Glidden Bldg., Sioux
Falls, S. D.; C. A. Severance, Merchants National Bank Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minn.; Henry U. Sims, Birmingham, Ala.; Walter E. Coe,
Stamford, Conn.

2. Uniform Act for a Tribunal to Settle Industrial Disputes.-James

M. Graham, Springfield, Ill., Chairman; Henry U. Sims, Birmingham, Ala.; J. W. Vandervort, 4th and Juliana Sts., Parkersburg, W. Va.; F. Dumont Smith, Hutchinson, Kans.; Charles E. Shepard, 803 Leary Bldg., Seattle, Wash.; Charles M. Dutcher, Iowa City, Iowa.; Edward Cahill, Capital National Bank Bldg., Lansing, Mich.

3. Marriage and Divorce.-W. H. Washington, Steger Bldg., Nash

ville, Tenn., Chairman; Hazen I. Sawyer, 30 N. 4th St., Keokuk,
Iowa; Hugh H. Brown, Tonopah, Nev.; W. C. Kinkead, Hynds
Bldg., Cheyenne, Wyo.; Joseph Madden, Keene, N. H.; D. A. G.
Ouzts, Greenwood, S. C., Thomas J. O'Donnell, Denver, Col.

4. Uniform Incorporation Act.-Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100 Broad

way, New York City, Chairman; George B. Young, Montpelier,
Vt.; James R. Caton, Alexandria, Va.; Austin V. Cannon, 1414
Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio; James F. O'Connell, 53 State
St., Boston, Mass.; Jesse A. Miller, Youngerman Block, Des
Moines, Iowa; W. L. Sturdevant, Central National Bank Bldg.,
St. Louis, Mo.

5. Uniformity of Judicial Decisions.-Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100

Broadway, New York, Chairman ; Charles R. Hollingsworth, Ogden,
Utah; C. J. Morrow, Tampa, Fla.; James R. Caton, Alexandria,
Va.; Charles S. Whiting, Pierre, s. D.; Charles E. Shepard, 803

Leary Bldg., Seattle, Wash.; W. M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pa. 6. Uniform Act on the Status and Protection of Illegitimate Chil.

dren.—Ernst Freund, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Chairman; Charles S. Whiting, Pierre, s. D.; Eugene Ć. Massie, 1136 Mutual Bldg., Richmond, Va.; Hazen I. Sawyer, 30 N. 4th St., Keokuk, Iowa; M. J. Hartley, Xenia, Ohio; R. E. L. Saner, Security National Bank Bldg., Dallas, Texas; George Weems Williams, Maryland Trust Bldg., Baltimore, Md.

7. Uniform Act Governing the Use of Highways by Vehicles. John

R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark, N. J., Chairman; Edward
Cahill, Capital National Bank Bldg., Lansing, Mich.; George E.
Beers, New Haven, Conn.; Fred W. Stow, Fort Collins, Col.; J. W.
Vandervort, Parkersburg, W. Va.; Charles V. Imlay, 1416 F St.,
N. W., Washington, D. C.; Louis Ć. Massey, Orlando, Fla.

8. Cooperation with the American Institute of Criminal Law and

Criminology.--Secretary, Ex-officio, Chairman; Hugh E. Willis,
Law School, Grand Forks, N. D.; Charles L. Kagey, Beloit, Kans.;
John H. Wigmore, 31 W. Lake St., Chicago, Ill.; W. H. Folland,
304 City and County Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah; Charles E.
Shepard, 803 Leary Bldg., Seattle, Washington; Hugh H. Brown,
Tonopah, Nev.

9. Cooperation with the American Judicature Society.-Secretary,

Ex-officio, Chairman; Adolph G. Wolf, San Juan, Porto Rico;
Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass.; Thomas A.
Jenckes, Turks Head Bldg., Providence, R. I.; H. A. Bronson, Bis-
marck, N. D.; Nellis E. Corthell, Laramie, Wyo.; George B.
Martin, Catlettsburg, Ky.

10. Compacts and Agreements Between the States.—John H. Wig

more, 31 W. Lake St., Chicago, Chairman; Merrill Moores, Indianapolis, Ind.; Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass.; M. J. Hartley, Allen Bldg., Xenia, Ohio; Adolph G. Wolf, San Juan, Porto Rico; Peter W. Meldrim, Court House, Savannah, Ga.; Charles V. Imlay, 1416 F St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

11. Securing Compulsory Attendance of Non-Resident Witnesses in

Civil and Criminal Cases.—George Weems Williams, Maryland
Trust Bldg., Baltimore, Md., Chairman; H. A. Bronson, Bismarck,
N. D.; W. H. Folland, 304 City and County Bldg., Salt Lake City,
Utah; John G. Sargent, Ludlow, Vt.; A. T. Stovall, Okolona, Miss.;
Austin V. Cannon, 1414 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio; W. E.
Mullen, Cheyenne, Wyo.

12. Uniform Act for One Day's Rest in Seven.-William A. Morgan,

Providence, R. I., Chairman; Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St.,
Boston, Mass.; Peter W. Meldrim, Court House, Savannah, Ga.;
W. M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pa.; George E. Beers, New Haven,
Conn.; H. B. Wilkinson, Phoenix, Ariz.; Fred W. Stow, Fort
Collins, Col.

13. Uniform Marking and Labeling Act.—Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress

St., Boston, Mass., Chairman; Walter E. Coe, Stamford, Conn.;
W. M. Hargest, Harrisburg, Pa.; Henry U. Sims, Birmingham, Ala.;
F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington, Ohio; Charles M. Dutcher, Iowa
City, Iowa; R. L. Tullis, Law School, Baton Rouge, La.

14. Uniform Drug Act.—John B. Sanborn, Gay Bldg., Madison, Wis.,

Chairman; Merrill Moores, Indianapolis, Ind.; R. L. Tullis, Law
School, Baton Rouge, La.; W. L. Sturdevant, Central National
Bank Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; John G. Sargent, Ludlow, Vt.; Walter
C. Clephane, Washington, D. C.; Mark A. Sullivan, 15 Exchange
Place, Jersey City, N.J.

15. Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act.-James R. Caton, Alex

andria, Va., Chairman; Eugene A. Gilmore, Law School, Madison,
Wis.; Ben F. Washer, Louisville, Ky.; George A. Bourgeois, Law
Bldg., Atlantic City, N. J.; D. A. G. Ouzts, Greenwood, S. C.;
Joseph J. Thompson, 76 W. Monroe St., Chicago; T. A. Hammond,
Atlanta, Ga.

16. Uniform Aviation Act.-George G. Bogert, College of Law, Ithaca,

N. Y., Chairman; Nellis E. Corthell, Laramie, Wyo.; A. T. Stovall,
Okolona, Miss.; Charles V. Imlay, 1416 F St., N. W., Washington,
D. C.; George B. Young, Montpelier, Vt.; W. H. Staake, City
Hall, Philadelphia; W. A. Morgan, Providence, R. I.

17. Legislative Drafting.–Ernst Freund, University of Chicago Law

School, Chicago, Chairman; Samuel Williston, Harvard Law
School, Cambridge, Mass.; J. Hansell Merrill, Thomasville, Ga.;
Joseph J. Thompson, 76 W. Monroe St., Chicago; Charles Thaddeus
Terry, 100 Broadway, New York; James R. Caton, Alexandria, Va.;
Eugene A. Gilmore, Law School, Madison, Wis.

18. Uniform Primary Act for Federal Officers.-Charles M. Dutcher,

Iowa City, Iowa, Chairman ; Walter George Smith, 711 Wither-
spoon Bldg., Philadelphia; C. A. Severance, Merchants National
Bank Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.; Jesse A. Miller, Youngerman Block,
Des Moines, Iowa; Nathan William MacChesney, 30 N. La Salle
St., Chicago, Ill.; R. E. L. Saner, Security National Bank Bldg.,
Dallas, Texas; W. H. Washington, Steger Bldg., Nashville, Tenn.

19. Uniform Mortgage Act.-S. R. Child, 1106 Lumber Exchange,

Minneapolis, Minn., Chairman; George M. Hogan, St. Albans, Vt.;
John B. Sanborn, Gay Bldg., Madison, Wis.; W. F. Bruell, Red-
field, S. D.; Alexander H. Robbins, 1006 Times Bldg., St. Louis,
Mo.; George A. Bourgeois, Law Bldg., Atlantic City, N. J.; J.
Hansell Merrill, Thomasville, Ga.

20. Uniform Act for Joint Parental Guardianship of Children.

Charles S. Whiting, Pierre, S. D., Chairman; S. R. Child, 1106
Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis, Minn.; Eugene C. Massie, 1136
Mutual Bldg., Richmond, Va.; Joseph F. O'Connell, 53 State St.,
Boston, Mass.; Joseph J. Thompson, 76 W. Monroe St., Chicago;
F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington, Ohio; C. L. Avery, Groton, Conn.

21. Uniform Act Concerning Chattel Mortgages.—George M. Hogan,

St. Albans, Vt., Chairman; Walter E. Coe, Stamford, Conn.;
Austin V. Cannon, 1414 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio; George
G. Bogert, College of Law, Ithaca, N. Y.; Nellis E. Corthell,
Laramie, Wyo.; R. L. Tullis, College of Law, Baton Rouge, La.;
George B. Martin, Catlettsburg, Ky.

22. Uniform Act Governing Acknowledgment of Instruments.

Samuel Williston, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass., Chairman; M. J. Hartley, Xenia, Ohio; James W. Vandervort, Parkersburg, W. Va.; John H. Wigmore, 31 W. Lake St., Chicago; W. H. Folland, 304 City and County Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah; John Hinkley, 215 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.; S. Ř. Child, 1106 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis, Minn.

23. Uniform Act for the Extradition of Persons Charged with Crime.

-Henry U. Sims, Birmingham, Ala., Chairman; W.F. Bruell, Redfield, S. D.; Bradner W. Lee, Los Angeles, Cal.; C. J. Morrow, Tampa, Fla.; J. Crawford Biggs, Raleigh, N. C.; T. M. Talcott, Jr., South Bend, Ind.; John G. Sargent, Ludlow, Vt.

24. Arbitration.—Alexander H. Robbins, 1006 Times Bldg., St. Louis,

Mo., Chairman; Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass.;
George A. Bourgeois, Law Bldg., Atlantic City, N. J.; Charles L.
Kagey, Beloit, Kans.; Wm. P. Lord, Jr., Lewis Bldg., Portland,
Oregon; John B. Sanborn, Gay Bldg., Madison, Wis.; C. J. Morrow,
Tampa, Fla.

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