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PROCEEDINGS.

1906.
Rec-ived from

In Full to
2 James L. O'Donnell.

June 30, 1906. 2 Rufus S. Simmons.

June 30, 1906. 2 Elmer E. Rogers.

June 30, 1904. 2 Chester E. Cleveland.

June 30, 1906 2 Charles T. Mason.

Dec. 31, 1906. 2 J. James O'Connor.

..June 30, 1907. 3 Thomas W. Hughes.

June 30, 1907. 3 Elmer E. Beach.

June 30, 1906. 3 Dan R. Sheen.

Dec. 31, 1906 4 Theodore G. Case.

June 30, 1906. 4 Charles N. Dolson.

June 30, 1906. 4 David Ross..

June 30, 1906. 4 J. Erb

June 30, 1906. 4 James H. Wilkerson.

.. June 30, 1906. 5 Robert W. Wright..

June 30, 1906. 6 Arthur H. Frost..

June 30, 1906. 6 Henry W. Wolseley.

June 30, 1906. 6 John A. Brown.

June 30, 1907 7 J. P. Callon.

June 30, 1907 7 Howard O. Sprogle..

June 30, 1906. 7 Hugh L. Burnham.

June 30, 1906. 7 Edward T. Noonan.

June 30, 1906. 7 John D. Hood.

June 30, 1906. 7 Carl E. Epler.

June 30, 1906. 7 Thomas E. Rooney.

..June 30, 1906. 7 Alfred H. Jones.

June 30, 1907. 9 G. E. M. Pratt.

June 30, 1907 9 William Brown

Dec. 31, 1906. 9 Rudolph Matz

June 30, 1906. 9 Charles H. Burton.

June 30, 1906. 9 Howard N. Ogden

June 30, 1906. 9 A. P. Humburg..

June 30, 1907.
10 J. B. Hutchinson-

$5.00 Admission in full to..... June 30, 1904.
$6.00 in full to.....

.. June 30, 1906.
10 Albert R. Gates.

June 30, 1906. 10 Samuel W. Jackson.

June 30, 1906. 10 William W. Wright.

Dec. 31, 1906. 10 J. H. Matheny...

Dec. 31, 1906.

$6 00 6 00 3 00 3 00 6 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 600 6 00 9 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 12 00 18 00 21 00 6 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 9 00 9 00 6 00

11 00 18 00 3 00 6 00 3 00

2 50

2 50 191 85

MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS. 1905 May 27 Silas H. Strawn, Banquet Ticket.

27 Warwick A. Shaw, Banquet Ticket. June 6 Net balance from Banquet Committee.

1906.
Feb. 16 Callaghan & Co., for paper bound copy of 1902.
Mar. 22 Roy Moss, for paper bound copy of 1902.....
July 2 Washington State Library, repayment of express charges

75

50

on repor sent prepaid

1 00

Total receipts

$4,042 59

PROCEEDINGS.

Voucher

EXPENDITURES. No. 1. Traveling and Hotel expenses of Judge Winslow, according to receipts attached to Voucher

.$ 25 00 2. Hotel and traveling expenses of Judge Parker in attending to

make annual address of meeting of 1905 according to re-
ceipts attached to Voucher

63 00 3. Expense of secretary attending annual meeting at Chicago

May 25 and 26, 1905, according to bill attached to Voucher 17 65 4. 250 two-cent stamps for general purposes..

5 00 5. Metcalf Stationery Co., Notices, tickets and cards for annual banquet of 1905

14 50 6. J. O. Sullivan, Carriages according to bill attached to Voucher 3 00 7. J. L. Raske, Floral decorations for annual banquet 1905...... 75 00 8. Chicago Beach Hotel Banquet for 1905 (details in voucher).. 632 25 9. Stamps for general purposes..

600 10. Illinois State Journal Co., Circulars, postage, according to bill of items attached to Voucher....

97 17 11. Kate S. Holmes, Stenographic report of meeting of 1905, according to bill attached to Voucher.

110 00 12. Illinois State Journal Co., Postals, envelopes and circulars details in Voucher...

13 50 13. Illinois State Register, Printing and Stationery according to bill attached to Voucher

10 75 14. Metcalf Stationery Co., Letter Sheets and envelopes, according to Voucher

42 45 250 two-cent stamps for general purposes

5 00 16. American Express Co., delivery of report of 1905 to members according to detailed bill attached to voucher.

123 12 17. Illinois State Register, Printing and binding annual report of 1905, according to bill attached to voucher....

614 20 18. Salary of Secretary and Treasurer, one-half year ending December 31, 1905

150 00 19. American Express Co., delivery of Annual Report of 1905 to

Honorary Members, Judges, Libraries, Colleges and Period

icals, and other associations, viz: 161 books at 16c each.... 25 76 20. 720 two-cent stamps for sending out notices of dues for 1906.. 14 40 21. Illinois State Journal Co., Printing, folding, enclosing, mailing

and postage on first notice of annual meeting of 1906.... 13 56 22. 250 two-cent stamps for general purposes

5 00 23. 875 one-cent stamps for sending out circular announcing meet

ing of 1906, and in reference to extension of membership,
second circular

8 75 24. Traveling expenses of Secretary according to detailed bills in

voucher, including
February 9, Chicago.

.$13 20
April 1-6, New York and Washington.

73 66 May 18, Chicago

10 55

97 41 25.

120 two-cent stamps for sending out second notice of dues.... 2 40 250 two-cent stamps for general purposes...

5 00 27. Postal card receipts for dues (including postage) and proof slips

for newspapers with cards requesting publication, all accord-
ing to bill attached to voucher..

8 50

15.

26.

PROCEEDINGS.

28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

$2 85

2 40 150 00

95 8 92

6 42

Frank Simmons, merchandise, according to voucher...
240 one-cent stamps for sending notice of meeting to newspapers
Salary of Secretary for half year ending June 30, 1906.....
Coe Bros., merchandise, according to bill attached to voucher..
Telegraph bills paid according to receipts attached to voucher
Express and transportation charges as per receipts attached

to voucher
Illinois State Journal Co., Miscellaneous items of printing,

stationery, etc., according to itemized bill attached to

voucher
1000 one-cent stamps for sending out final announcement of

annual meeting
Cash paid for stenographic and clerical work according to re-

ceipts attached to voucher

34.

25 00

35.

10 00

36.

16 00

Total expenditures

$2,410 31

SUMMARY.

Total receipts, including balance carried forward from last year..$4,042 59 Total expenditures

2410 91

Balance on hand July 10, 1906.

$1,631 68 Respectfully submitted,

J. H. MATHENY, Treasurer.

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.

SPRINGFIELD, ILL., JULY 10, 1906. James H. Matheny, Esq., City.

DEAR SIR: In answer to your inquiry I would say at the close of business on this date there is on deposit in this bank to the credit of James H. Matheny, Treasurer Illinois State Bar Association, the sum of $1,631.68.

Respectfully,

JAS. A. EASLEY, C'ashier.

PROCEEDINGS.

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
OF JAMES H. MATHENY, TREASURER,
JULY 11, 1906, TO JULY 27, 1906.

RECEIPTS.

Balance on hand according to report submitted at annual meeting. $1,631 68

ADMISSIONS AND ANNUAL DUES.

.$

1906. Received from July 12 Hiram B. Prentice.

In Full to
Dec. 31, 1906.
Dec. 31, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1907
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1907.
Dec. 31, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1906.
June 30, 1907
Dec. 31, 1906.
June 30, 1907.
Dec. 31, 1906.

June 30, 1906. .. June 30, 1906.

Dec. 31, 1906. June 30, 1907. Dec. 31, 1906. June 30, 1906. June 30, 1906. June 30, 1906. June 30, 1906. Dec. 31, 1906. June 30, 1908. Dec. 31, 1906. June 30, 1906. June 30, 1907. June 30, 1907. June 30, 1906.. .Dec. 31, 1906.

Dec. 31, 1906. June 30, 1907 June 30, 1905

June 30, 1907. ..June 30, 1906.

Dec. 31, 1906..

12 Thomas G. Windes.
12 William C. Lawson.
12 Charles R. Webster.
12 Oliver R. Barrett.
12 R. K. Welsh.
12 W. W. Duncan.
12 Henry T. Chase, Jr.
12 John M. Zane.
12 Truman E. Ames.
12 James B. Gascoigne.
12 Samuel A. Lynde.
12 John E. Vannatta.
12 Leslie J. Taylor..
12 Norman P. Willard.
12 William L. Ellwood.
12 George W.

Wall..
12 Cyrus W. Rice..
12 A. C. Norton...
12 Elmer W. Adkinson.
12 William Prescott
12 Isaac N. Phillips.
12 Robert Rae
12 Marion Watson
12 Robert E. Pendarvis.
12 William N. Gemmill.
12 E. A. Otis.
12 Ransom E. Walker.
13 Shelby M. Cullom.
13 Charles P. Abbey
13 Lafayette Shelley
13 Charles S. Schoenmann.
13 Alvin H. Culver..
13 Farlin Q. Ball..
13 Dorrance Dibell
13 T. F. Donovan.
13 John T. Donahoe.
13 W. H. Utt..
18 Victor Elting
20 Thomas J. Sutherland.

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July 16 John F. Voigt, Jr., Secretary, and Treasurer, balance on

hand according to report submitted at Annual Meet-
ing, 1906

$1,631 68 July 26 Expense of Secretary and Treasurer and assistant attend

ing annual meeting at Chicago July 12 and 13, 1906
R. R. Fare, J. H. Matheny.

. $8 55
R. R. Fare, T. W. Quinlan.

8 55
Employees Chicago Beach Hotel for spec-
ial service at meeting

1 00

18 10 July 26 Collection charges on drafts for dues: parties and banks set forth in cash tickets attached to voucher.....

6 25 July 27 John F. Voigt, Jr., Treasurer, balance remaining on hand July 27th, 1906..

223 65

$1,879 68

The foregoing items leave my accounts as treasurer even and closed. The books are delivered to my successor.

Respectfully submitted,

JAMES H. MATHENY, Treasurer.

MR. MATHENY: I have been requested to mention that out in the ante-room there are two young men, one of whom, Mr. Case, represents the Banquet Committee, and is desirous of securing the autograph of everyone in attendance, and of assigning seats at the banquet; issuing the complimentary tickets. The other, Mr. Quinlan, represents the Treasury of the Association, and if any gentleman is desirous of paying dues at this time, he will accommodate you. He has something of a novelty in the way of a check, designed to draw money without any addition for exchange, out of any bank in the country.

During the year we have had some interesting correspondence, among them a communication from a Senator of France, containing a very urgent appeal for action by this and similar

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