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All Judges and ex-Judges of the Supreme Court of Ohio are ex-officio members of this Association. I Rep., 17.
All Judges and ex-Judges of the United States Court who are members of the Ohio Bar are ex-officio members of this Association. VI. Rep., 157.
At each annual meeting of the Association a committee, consisting of three members, to be styled the Committee on Railroads and Transportation, shall be appointed by the President of the Association, whose duty it shall be, at least six weeks prior to the next ensuing annual meeting, to negotiate and complete all practicable arrangements for reduced rates of travel to those attending, and through its Chairman, at least four weeks before the annual meeting, advise the Chairman of the Executive Committee and the Secretary of the Association of the arrangements made, so that the same may be printed in the notices and programs sent out to members in advance of the meeting. (Adopted from Secretary's report, July 18, 1889, X Rep. 23.)
Resolved, That all applications for membership shall be accompanied with the membership fee, and upon default so to do, such application shall be returned without delay to such applicant by the Secretary of the Association or Committee on Membership. (Adopted by the Association, July 18, 1890, XI Rep., 124.)
AS TO DISTRIBUTION OF ANNUAL REPORTS To the members of the Association the price per volume of the reports of the proceedings held prior to the date of their admission shall be twenty-five cents, except the first four reports bound in one book, which shall be $1.25 for the book.
To all other persons, excepting to law libraries and the exchange list of the Association, the price per volume shall be fifty cents, and for the four reports, bound in one book, the price shall be $2.00.
The payment of the annual dues entitles each member so paying to the volumes issued after the date of his membership. (Adopted July 8, 1903. Vol. 24, p. 15.)
FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
THE OHIO STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, July 8th, 9th and 10th,
Tuesday, July 8th The Association will be called to order by the President at three
o'clock in the afternoon. Annual Address of the President
ENSIGN N. BROWN, of Youngstown Reports of OfficersSecretary...
CHARLES E. BLANCHARD, of Columbus Treasurer.
JOHN F. CARLISLE, of Columbus Reports of Standing Committees— Admissions.
. SIDNEY G. STRICKER, Cincinnati, Chairman Executive..
.E. N. BROWN, Youngstown, Chairman Grievance...
.HENRY S. BALLARD, Columbus, Chairman Judicial Administration and Legal Reform,
N. B. BILLINGSLEY, Lisbon, Chairman Legislation...
.C. C. MIDDLESWART, Marietta, Chairman Legal Biography
HENRY BAER, Cincinnati, Chairman Legal Education.. GEORGE W. RIGHTMIRE, Columbus, Chairman Reports of Special Committees
Uniform System of Reporting.. DANIEL W. IDDINGS, Dayton, Chairman Drafting Amendments to the Constitution and By-laws of the Association...
ENSIGN N. BROWN, Youngstown, Chairman
8 P. M.
.Mrs. Louis B. SAWYER, of Cincinnati
10 A. M. Address—"May the United States Join the Proposed League
of Nations by Exercise of the Treaty-making Power?” WENDELL PHILLIPS STAFFORD, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia. Meeting of Judicial Districts for Election of Standing Committees
(Secure blanks from the Secretary)
2 P. M.
Administration and Legal Reform
ROBERT C. PATTERSON, Dayton
EDWARD MOULINIER, Cincinnati
6 P. M. Association Dinner
Thursday, July 10th
10 A. M. Address
HARRY Olson, Chief Justice of the Municipal Court of Chicago
JAMES P. WILSON, of Youngstown
CHARLES FILLIUS, of Warren
DAVID F. PUGH, of Columbus
Smith W. BENNETT, of Columbus
meeting of American Bar Association Adjournment
REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS
FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
THE OHIO STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
CEDAR POINT, OHIO,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, July 8th, 9th, 10th,
July 8, 1919
The Fortieth Annual Meeting of The Ohio State Bar Association was called to order in the Assembly Room of the Hotel Breakers, Cedar Point, Ohio, Tuesday afternoon, July 8, 1919, at three o'clock P. M., by President Ensign N. Brown, of Youngstown.
The President then delivered his address. (See Appexdix, page 54).
Upon motion, the address of the President was received and ordered to be made a part of the minutes of the meeting.
Secretary Charles E. Blanchard presented his annual report, as follows:
CEDAR POINT, OHIO, July 8, 1919. To The Ohio State Bar Association:
Your Secretary submits the following report for the past year:
The report of the proceedings of the last annual meeting, held at Cleveland, Ohio, August 26th and 27th, 1918, constituting Volume 39, has been printed and distributed to the members of the Association, to a large number of law schools and law libraries, and to the exchange list of the Association throughout the United States.
By reason of the depleted condition of the treasury of the Association at the close of the Cleveland meeting, and by reason of the increased cost of the printing and distribution of the copies of this volume, the executive committee instructed the Secretary to print only the minutes of the Proceedings at the last annual meeting, together with the annual address of the President. To comply with this order the discussions of reports of committees, resolutions, recommendations, motions and all addresses delivered before the Association, except the President's annual address, were omitted from Volume XXXIX. To lessen the expense of the publication of Volume XXXIX the Secretary was also instructed by a majority vote of the Executive Committee to have Volume XXXIX bound in paper.
Since this volume of the proceedings has been distributed to the members of the Association, several members have made inquiry of the Secretary if it were not possible to obtain a cloth bound volume, stating that they were preserving all their volumes and desired to have them in uniform binding as heretofore.
Due to the effective and energetic methods by which our present Treasurer has collected past and current dues of the Association, the treasury of the Association is now in the best condition that it has been for the past several years. Your Secretary, therefore, suggests that it may be advisable to republish Volume XXXIX in conjunction with Volume XL for the year 1919, and to bind both volumes in one cloth covering, thereby maintaining the uniform binding of previous years.
Notices were duly sent by the Secretary to all standing and special committees, calling their attention to such matters as had been referred to them, and urging all committees to take an active part in furthering the work of the Association.
The Secretary has received, during the year, annual reports from numerous State Bar Associations, all of which have been