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these people what they are missing by not being members and use every effort to secure their membership.

PRESIDENT EMMONS: I take pleasure in introducing the Fourth Vice-President, the new member among the VicePresidents, Mr. W. H. Sawyer,

W. H. SAWYER:— Ladies and gentlemen : Our Association has had an illustrious past. It is my chief ambition, and I believe a worthy one, to be of assistance during the coming year in not only continuing our splendid record, but meeting the changed and changing conditions. I am for this Association heart and soul. I am for it because I know that it is necessary to the success of the Executives in giving the satisfactory, efficient transportation service that we desire to give our customers.

I thank you for the opportunity of assisting in this great work.

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PRESIDENT EM MONS:- I take pleasure in introducing our re-elected Treasurer, Mr. Barron Collier. I think he is the first Treasurer who has been able to make a satisfactory financial report to our Association,

BARRON COLLIER: Mr. President, ladies and fellowmembers: It would be a very poor return for tliis very great honor that has been conferred upon me to attempt to make a speech at this time. It did not require a phrenologist to cause me to realize that my bump of eloquence was a dent. I might even get away with it by saying that I had a good line of talk committed to memory, but this formidable line of officials of our Association have one by one preceded me and tave covered about all of its suggestions, that I shall refrain from endeavoring to repeat that which has already been so well stated.

However, I have been selected as your Treasurer and I believe that the province of the Treasurer is to collect as much money for this Association as may be possible and hang on to it, and I am fortunate in being able to say that a recollection

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of our report already submitted indicates that our Treasury was in a very satisfactory condition.

I thank you, gentlemen, for the privilege of serving you.

PRESIDENT EMMONS :- Is there any other business the members of the Association wish to bring before this meeting ? If not, the Forty-first Annual Convention of the American Electric Railway Association will stand adjourned.

(Adjourned.)

CONTRIBUTORS TO DISCUSSIONS

(Arranged alphabetically according to name.) P. S. Arkwright, President, Georgia Railway and Power Company, Electric and Gas Building, Atlanta, Georgia.

M. C. Brush, President, Hog Island Ship Building Corporation, Hog Island, Pennsylvania.

James P. Barnes, President, Louisville Railway Company, 316 West Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky.

H. V. Bozell, Editor Electric Railway Journal, Tenth Avenue and Thirty-sixth Street, New York, New York.

Arthur W. Brady, President, Union Traction Company of Indiana, Union Building. Anderson, Indiana.

Honorable B. F. Brough, Mayor of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio.

M. C. Brush, Vice-President, American International Corporation, New York, New York.

Britton I. Budd, President, Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Company, Chicago, Illinois.

Zenas W. Carter, Special Representative, The White Company, New York, New York.

C. D. Cass, General Manager, Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Northern Railway Company, Waterloo, Iowa.

F. R. Coates, President, Community Traction Company, Jefferson and Superior Streets, Toledo, Ohio.

Barron Collier, President, Barron G. Collier, Incorporated, 220 West Forty-second Street, New York, New York.

H. D. Crampton, Palisades, Rockland Company, New York.
T. E. Crossman, 2426 Park Row Building, New York, New York.

Edward Dana, General Manager, Boston Elevated Railway Company, 108 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.

Marcus A. Dow, President, National Safety Council, 168 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

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C. D. Emmons, President, United Railways and Electric Company, 1005 Continental Building, Baltimore, Maryand.

H. B. Flowers, Vice-President and General Manager, United Railways and Electric Company of Baltimore, 1005 Continental Building, Baltimore, Maryland.

General Geo. H. Harries, Vice-President, H. M. Byllesby Company, 208 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois.

W. J. Harvie, Vice-President and General Manager, Auburn and Syracuse Electric Railroad Company, 22–24 State Street, Auburn, New York.

Charles L. Henry, President, Indianapolis and Cincinnati Traction Company, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Walton H. Holmes, Vice-President, Kansas City, Leavenworth and Webster Railway Company, Kansas City, Missouri.

Joel Hurt, Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia.

Honorable Carl Jackson, Chairman, Wisconsin Railway Commission, Madison, Wisconsin.

Walter Jackson, Fare and Bus Consultant, Mount Vernon, New York.

D. F. Longstreet, 692 Washington Street, Brighton, Massachusetts.

W. H. Maltbie, Attorney at Law, 911 Continental Building, Baltimore, Maryland.

Thomas N. McCarter, President, Public Service Railway Company, 80 Park Place, Newark, New Jersey.

W. H. McGrath, Vice-President, Puget Sound Power and Light Company, Seattle, Wahington.

C. E. Morgan, General Manager, Brooklyn City Railroad Company, 168 Montague Street, Brooklyn, New York.

L. Palk, Assistant Vice-President, Winnipeg Electric Railway Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Colonel A. T. Perkins, Manager for Receiver, United Railways of St. Louis, 3869 Park Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.

John M. Roach, Member, Board of Operation, Chicago Surface Lines Chicago, Illinois.

W. H. Sawyer, Vice-President, E. W. Clark Management Corporation, Columbus, Ohio.

Martin Schreiber, Manager, Southern Division and Chief Engineer, Public Service Railway Company, Camden, New Jersey.

Chas. M. Schwab, uni Broadway, New York, New York.

J. N. Shannahan, President, Newport News and Hampton Railway, Gas and Electric Company, Hampton, Virginia.

G. T. Seely, Vice-President and General Manager, Pennsylvania-Ohio
Electric Company, 25-31 East Boardman Street, Youngstown, Ohio.

L. S. Storrs, President, Connecticut Company, 129 Church Street,
New Haven, Connecticut.

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Wm. H. Timbie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

R. I. Todd, President Indianapolis Street Railway Company, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Walter W. Warwick, Assistant to the Director of the Budget, United States Treasury, Washington, District of Columbia.

J. W. Welsh, Secretary (Executive), American Electric Railway Association, 8 West Fortieth Street, New York, New York.

H. A. Wheeler, Vice-President, The Union Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois.

SUMMARY INDEX OF PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

AMERICAN STREET RAILWAY ASSOCIATION, 1882-1905.

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Merrill, Hon. Moody, Chairman..
Littell, H. H., President....
Hazzard, William H., President..
Richards, Calvin A., President..
Walsh, Julius S., President.
Ackley, Thos. W., President
Holmes, C. B., President...
Kerper, G. B., President..
Lowry, Thos., President..
Watson, Henry M., President..
Holmes, John G., President...
Longstreet, D. F., President.
Payne, Henry C., President..
Hurt, Joel, President...
Littell, H. M., President..
McCulloch, Robert, President..
Lang, Albion E. President...
Sergeant, C. S., President..
Roach, John M., President.
Holmes, Walton H., President.
Vreeland, H. H., President....
Ely, Hon. W. Caryl, Vice-President.
Ely, Hon. W. Caryl, President..
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