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LIST OF
COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS.

1921-1922. ALABAMA.-T. M. Stevens, Mobile; Thomas C. McClellan, Montgomery;

J. Q. Smith, Montgomery; Henry U. Sims, 7 Steiner Bldg., Birming

ham; J. K. Dixon, Talladega. ALASKA.—John A. Clark, Fairbanks; W. H. Whittlessey, Seward; John

C. Murphy, Juneau. ARIZONA.—Con P. Cronin, State House, Phoenix; W. J. Galbraith, Glen

dale; H. B. Wilkinson, Phoenix. ARKANSAS.-W. H. Arnold, Texarkana; George B. Rose, Little Rock;

Ashley Cockrill, Little Rock. CALIFORNIA.—Bradner W. Lee, H. W. Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles;

Beverly L. Hodghead, Holbrook Bldg., San Francisco; Jefferson P. Chandler, Union Oil Bldg., Los Angeles; Gurney E. Newlin, Title

Insurance Bldg., Los Angeles. COLORADO.–Fred W. Stow, Fort Collins; Willis L. Strachan, Colorado

Springs; Thomas J. O'Donnell, 822 Ernest and Cranmer Block,

Denver. CONNECTICUT.-George E. Beers, New Haven; Walter E. Coe, Stamford;

Christopher L. Avery, Groton. DELAWARE.-D. O. Hastings, Wilmington; James M. Satterfield, Dover;

James M. Tunnell, Georgetown. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-Walter C. Clephane, Washington; Charles V.

Imlay, 1416 F St., N. W., Washington; Frederick S. Tyler, Metro

politan Bank Bldg., Washington. FLORIDA.-Charles J. Morrow, Citizens Bank Bldg., Tampa; J. M. Carson,

Miami; Louis C. Massey, Orlando. GEORGIA.—P. W. Meldrim, Court House, Savannah; T. A. Hammond,

Atlanta ; J. Hansell Merrill, Thomasville. HAWAII.-C. W. Ashford, Honolulu; Harry Irwin, Honolulu; E. M.

Watson, Honolulu. Idaho.—Miles S. Johnson, Lewiston; John W. Jones, Blackfoot; Shad L.

Hodgin, Twin Falls. ILLINOIS.-Nathan William MacChesney, 30 N. La Salle St, Chicago;

Ernst Freund, University of Chicago, Chicago; John H. Wigmore, 31 W. Lake St., Chicago; James M. Graham, Springfield; Joseph J.

Thompson, 76 W. Monroe St., Chicago.
INDIANA.- Thad M. Talcott, Jr., Farmers Trust Bldg., South Bend;

Samuel Parker, South Bend; Samuel Pickens, 1300 Fletcher Trust
Bldg., Indianapolis; B. F. Heaton, Ft. Wayne; Merrill Moores,

Indianapolis.
Iowa.-Charles M. Dutcher, Iowa City; Jesse A. Miller, Youngerman

Block, Des Moines; Hazen I. Sawyer, 30 N. 4th St., Keokuk. KANSAS.—Stephen H. Allen, Topeka; Charles W. Smith, State House,

Topeka; F. Dumont Smith, Hutchinson. KENTUCKY.–Ben F. Washer, Louisville; George B. Martin, Catlettsburg; J. B. Snyder, Williamsburg.

LOUISIANA.-W. 0. Hart, 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans; R. S. Thorn

ton, Alexandria; R. L. Tullis, Louisiana State University, Baton

Rouge. MAINE.—Harry L. Cram, 102 Exchange St., Portland. MARYLAND.—Henry Stockbridge; Room 132, Court House, Baltimore;

John Hinkley, 215 N. Charles St., Baltimore; George Weems

Williams, Maryland Trust Bldg., Baltimore. MASSACHUSETTS.-Hollis R. Bailey, 19 Congress St., Boston; Samuel

Williston, Harvard Law School, Cambridge; Joseph F. O'Connell,

53 State St., Boston. MICHIGAN.-Edward Cahill, Capital National Bank Bldg., Lansing;

Wade Millis, Ford Building, Detroit; Burritt Hamilton, Battle

Creek. MINNESOTA.-Rome G. Brown, 1006 Metropolitan Life Bldg., Minne

apolis; S. R. Child, 1106 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis; C. A.

Severance, Merchants National Bank Bldg., St. Paul. MISSISSIPPI.-A. T. Stovall, Okolona; R. N. Miller, Hazlehurst; 0. G.

Johnston, Clarksdale; J. S. Sexton, Hazlehurst; W. H. Clifton,

Aberdeen; Leroy Percy, Greenville. MISSOURI.-James P. McBaine, Columbia; Alexander H. Robbins, 1006

Times Bldg., St. Louis; Willis L. Sturdevant, Central Natl. Bank

Bldg., St. Louis; W. H. H. Piatt, Kansas City. MONTANA.-Louis P. Sanders, O'Rourke Estate Bldg., Butte; Stephen J.

Cowley, Great Falls; J. B. Roote, Butte. NEBRASKA-J. L. Webster, 326 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha; Thomas J.

Doyle, Lincoln; J. A. Č. Kennedy, Omaha; Addison E. Sheldon, Leg.

Ref. Bureau, Lincoln. NEVADA.-A. E. Cheney, Reno; E. E. Caine, Elko; Hugh H. Brown,

Tonopah. New HAMPSHIRE.-Joseph Madden, Keene; Ira A. Chase, Bristol; D.

Arthur Taggart, Merchants’ Bank Bldg., Manchester. NEW JERSEY.-John R. Hardin, Prudential Bldg., Newark; Mark A. Sulli

van, 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City; George A. Bourgeois, Law Bldg.,

Atlantic City. NEW MEXICO.-C. M. Botts, Albuquerque; S. B. Davis, Jr., Las Vegas

Felix Baca, Albuquerque. NEW YORK.-Charles Thaddeus Terry, 100 Broadway, New York City;

Carlos C. Alden, Marine Natl. Bank Bldg., Buffalo; G. G. Bogert,

College of Law, Ithaca. NORTH CAROLINA.–J. D. Murphy, Asheville; J. Crawford Biggs, Raleigh;

W. P. Bynum, Greensboro. NORTH DAKOTA.-H. A. Bronson, Bismarck; R. H. Grace, Bismarck;

Hugh E. Willis, Grand Forks. OH10.-A. V. Cannon, 1414 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland; M. J. Hartley,

Allen Bldg., Xenia; F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington. OKLAHOMA.-Frank Dale, Guthrie; J. C. Stone, Muskogee; Oliver C.

Black, Oklahoma City. OREGON.-Gus C. Moser, Yeon Bldg., Portland; W. P. Lord, Jr., Lewis

Bldg., Portland; H. H. Emmons, Portland; James B. Kerr, Portland. PENNSYLVANIA.-W. H. Staake, 648 City Hall, Philadelphia; W. M.

Hargest, Harrisburg; Walter George Smith, 711 Witherspoon Bldg.,

Philadelphia, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.--Charles S. Lobingier, Shanghai, China; Julian A.

Wolfson, 65 Juan Luna St., Binando, Manila; Robert É. Manley,

Naga, Camarines. PORTO Rico.-Manuel Rodriguez Serra, San Juan; Adolph G. Wolf, San

Juan.

RHODE ISLAND.-Thomas A. Jenckes, Turks Head Bldg., Providence;

William B. Greenough, 32 Westminster St., Providence; W. A.

Morgan, Providence. South CAROLINA.–J. E. McDonald, Winnsboro; H. B. Carlisle, Spartan

burg: D. A. G. Ouzts, Greenwood. · SOUTH DAKOTA.—John H. Voorhees, Bailey-Glidden Bldg., Sioux Falls;

Charles S. Whiting, Pierre; W. F. Bruell, Redfield. TENNESSEE.--W. H. Washington, Steger Bldg., Nashville; Thad A. Cox,

Johnson City; Walter P. Armstrong, Bank of Commerce Bldg.,

Memphis. Texas.-William M. Crook, Beaumont; H. W. Head, Sherman; Claude

Pollard, Houston; R. E. L. Saner, Security Natl. Bank Bldg., Dallas. Utah.-W. H. Folland, 304 City and County Bldg., Salt Lake City;

Charles R. Hollingsworth, Ogden; William H. Leary, Salt Lake City. VERMONT.—John G. Sargent, Ludlow; George B. Young, 116 State St.,

Montpelier; George M. Hogan, St. Albans. VIRGINIA.-Eugene C. Massie, 1136 Mutual Bldg., Richmond; James R.

Caton, Alexandria; John W. Stephenson, Warm Springs. WASHINGTON.-Charles E. Shepard, 803 Leary Bldg., Seattle; Arthur W.

Davis, Spokane; Alfred Battle, 901 Alaska Bldg., Seattle. WEST VIRGINIA.—Edgar B. Stewart, Morgantown; F. N. Alderson, Rich

wood; J. W. Vandervort, 3d and Juliana Sts., Parkersburg; S. C.

Jackson, Clarksburg. WISCONSIN.—Eugene A. Gilmore, Law School, Madison; John B. San

born, Gay Bldg., Madison; Julius E. Roehr, 595 Linnwood Ave.,

Milwaukee. WYOMING.-W. E. Mullen, Cheyenne; Wm. C. Kinkead, Hynds Bldg.,

Cheyenne; Nellis E. Corthell, Albany Natl. Bank Bldg., Laramie.

COMMISSIONERS IN ATTENDANCE AT THE THIRTY

FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE. ALABAMA.-Henry U. Sims, Birmingham. ARIZONA.-H. B. Wilkinson, Phoenix. CALIFORNIA.—Bradner W. Lee, Los Angeles; J. R. Chandler, Los Angeles. COLORADO.-Fred W. Stow, Fort Collins. CONNECTICUT.-George E. Beers, New Haven. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-Charles V. Imlay, Chevy Chase. FLORIDA.-C. J. Morrow, Tampa; Louis C. Massey, Orlando. GEORGIA.--Peter W. Meldrim, Savannah; T. A. Hammond, Atlanta. ILLINOIS.-Nathan William MacChesney, Chicago; Ernst Freund, Chi

cago; John H. Wigmore, Chicago; James M. Graham, Springfield;

Joseph J. Thompson, Chicago. INDIANA.—Merrill Moores, Indianapolis; Thad M. Talcott, Jr., South

Bend. Iowa.-Hazen I. Sawyer, Keokuk; Jesse A. Miller, Des Moines; Chas. M.

Dutcher, Iowa City. KANSAS.-Charles L. Kagey, Beloit. KENTUCKY.-George B. Martin, Catlettsburg; Ben F. Washer, Louisville. LOUISIANA.-W. 0. Hart, New Orleans; R. L. Tullis, Baton Rouge. MARYLAND.—John Hinkley, Baltimore; Henry Stockbridge, Baltimore;

George Weems Williams, Baltimore. MASSACHUSETTS.-Samuel Williston, Cambridge. MICHIGAN.-Edward Cahill, Lansing. MINNESOTA.-Sampson R. Child, Minneapolis ; C. A. Severance, St. Paul. MISSISSIPPI.-A. T. Stovall, Okolona. MISSOURI.-Alexander H. Robbins, St. Louis; W. L. Sturdevant, St. Louis. NEVADA.—Hugh H. Brown, Tonopah. NEW HAMPSHIRE.-Joseph Madden, Keene. New JERSEY.–George A. Bourgeois, Atlantic City; John R. Hardin,

Newark. New YORK.-George G. Bogert, Ithaca; Charles Thaddeus Terry, New

York. NORTH CAROLINA.-J. Crawford Biggs, Raleigh. North DAKOTA.-H. A. Bronson, Bismarck; Hugh E. Willis, Grand Forks. OH10.-M. J. Hartley, Xenia; F. M. Clevenger, Wilmington; Austin V.

Cannon, Cleveland. PENNSYLVANIA.-William H. Staake, Philadelphia; Walter George Smith,

Philadelphia. Porto Rico.--Adolph G. Wolf, San Juan. RHODE ISLAND.—Thomas A. Jenckes, Providence; W. A. Morgan, Provi

dence. SOUTH CAROLINA.-D. A. G. Quzts, Greenwood. SOUTH DAKOTA.—John H. Voorhees, Sious Falls; Chas. S. Whiting, Pierre;

W. F. Bruell, Redfield. TENNESSEE.-W. H. Washington, Nashville. Texas.-R. E. L. Saner, Dallas. UTAH.-W. H. Folland, Salt Lake City; Charles R. Hollingsworth, Ogden. VERMONT.-George B. Young, Montpelier; George M. Hogan, St. Albans. VIRGINIA.--Eugene C. Massie, Richmond ; James R. Caton, Alexandria. WASHINGTON.-Charles E. Shepard, Seattle. WEST VIRGINIA.—Henry C. Jones, Morgantown; J. W. Vandervort, Park

ersburg. WISCONSIN.–Eugene A. Gilmore, Madison; John B. Sanborn, Madison;

Julius B. Roehr, Milwaukee. WYOMING.–Nellis É. Corthell, Laramie; W. C. Kinkead, Cheyenne. 23

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COMMISSIONERS WHO CEASED TO BE MEMBERS OF

THE CONFERENCE BETWEEN THE CLOSE OF
THE 1920 CONFERENCE AND THE BEGINNING OF

THE 1921 CONFERENCE.
CALIFORNIA.- Fred H. Lindley, San Diego; W. P. Butcher, Santa Barbara.
DELAWARE.—Philip Q. Churchman, Wilmington, deceased.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-H. Prescott Gatley, Washington.
FLORIDA.-W. A. Blount, Pensacola, deceased.
INDIANA.—Thomas J. Brooks, Bedford, deceased.
Iowa.–J. B. Weaver, Des Moines; C. G. Saunders, Council Bluffs; T. J.

Harrington, Algona; J. H. Trewin, Cedar Rapids; J. A. Devitt,

Oskaloosa. KANSAS.-William M. Burdick, Lawrence; A. M. Keen, Fort Scott. LOUISIANA.-I. D. Wall, Baton Rouge. MAINE.—Charles P. Barnes, Houlton; P. H. Gillin, Bangor. MISSOURI.-E. A. Krauthoff, St. Louis. OREGON.-W. H. Fowler, Portland, Charles J. Schnabel, Portland, de

ceased. TENNESSEE.—Lemuel Banks, Memphis. Utah.—Wade M. Johnson, Ogden.

NEW COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED SINCE THE 1920

CONFERENCE.
CALIFORNIA.—Beverly L. Hodghead, Holbrook Bldg., San Francisco;

Jefferson P. Chandler, Union Oil Bldg., Los Angeles.
DELAWARE.-D. 0. Hastings, Wilmington.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.-Walter C. Clephane, Washington.
FLORIDA.—Louis C. Massey, Orlando.
Iowa.-Charles M. Dutcher, Iowa City.
KANSAS.-F. Dumont Smith, Hutchinson.
LOUISIANA.-R. L. Tullis, Law School, Baton Rouge.
KENTUCKY.-J. B. Snyder, Williamsburg; Ben F. Washer, Louisville.
MissouRI.-W. H. H. Piatt, Kansas City.
OREGON.-Gus C. Moser, Yeon Bldg., Portland.
TENNESSEE.-Walter P. Armstrong, Memphis.
Utah.-Charles R. Hollingsworth, Ogden.

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