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Proceedings

OF THE

SECOND ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE

Kentucky State Bar Association

HELD AT

OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY,

JULY 2 and 3, 1903.

LOUISVILLE
F. C. NUNEMACHER PRESS

1903

Extra copies of this volume may be had upon the payment of one dollar to the Secretary.

LELAND STANDE, JR., UNIVER&TY

LAW LEFARTMENT,

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OFFICERS 1903-1904.

President:
L. C. WILLIS, SHELBYVILLE.

Vice Presidents:
W. M. REED,

Paducah
JEP C. JONSON,

Greenville John S. KELLEY,

Bardstown W. O. HARRIS,

Louisville P. K. MALIN,

Ashland R. W. MILLER,

Richmond CHAS. D. GRUBBS,

Mt. Sterling
Treasurer:

Secretary:
T. KENNEDY HELM, LOUISVILLE. BERNARD FLEXNER, LOUISVILLE.
Louisville Trust Building.

Columbia Building.

OFFICERS 1902-1903.

President:
C. U. McELROY, BOWLING GREEN.

Vice Presidents:
JAMES CAMPBELL,

Paducah
J. M. GALLOWAY,

Bowling Green JOHN S. KELLEY,

Bardstown F. P. STRAUS,

Louisville D. L. THORNTON,

Versailles S. D. ROUSE,

Covington LEWIS APPERSON,

Mt. Sterling
Treasurer:

Secretary:
T. KENNEDY HELM, LOUISVILLE. BERNARD FLEXNER, LOUISVILLE.
Louisville Trust Building.

Kentucky Title Building.

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OFFICERS 1901-1902.

President:
W. H. MACKOY, COVINGTON.

Vice Presidents.
JAMES CAMPBELL,

Paducah
J. S. WORTHAM,

Leitchfield I. W. TWYMAN,

Hodgenville E. J. MCDERMOTT,

Louisville D. L. THORNTON,

Versailles JAMES C. WRIGHT,

Newport THOMAS BROWN,

Catlettsburg
Treasurer:

Secretary:
T. KENNEDY HELM, LOUISVILLE. BERNARD FLEXNER, LOUISVILLE.
Louisville Trust Building.

Kentucky Title Building.

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1903-1904.

Executive Committee.
C. U. McELROY
W. H. MACKOY.
SAMUEL M. WILSON.
THOS, D. THEOBALD.
D. L. PENDLETON.
R. A. MCDOWELL

And the President, Treasurer and Secretary ex-officio.

.Bowling Green

Covington . Lexington

.Grayson Winchester .Louisville

Committee on Membership.

WM. MARSHALL BULLITT, Chairman, Louisville.
MONTGOMERY MERRITT.
S. B. DISHMAN..
C. W. METCALF.
W. O. DAVIS.
F. R. FELAND..
H. P. TAYLOR.

Henderson . Barbourville

Pineville

Versailles .Lawrenceburg

..Hartford

Law Reform Committee.

JOHN B. BASKIN, Chairman, Louisville.
W. B. MOODY.
S. D. ROUSE.
EMMET M. DICKSON.
CHAS. R. MCDOWELL.
J. E. ROBBINS..
L.A. FAUREST.

New Castle
Covington

Paris
Danville

. Mayfield . Elizabethtown

Committee on Legal Education.

GEO. R. HUNT, Chairman, Lexington.
HELM BRUCE..
LEWIS MCQUOWN
E. J. MCDERMOTT.
LaVEGA CLEMENTS.
W.G. DEARING.
J. N. SAUNDERS.

Louisville Bowling Green

.. Louisville ..Owensboro Flemingsburg

. . . . . Stanford

Grievance Committee.
W. C. HALL, Chairman, Covington.

F. P. STRAUS...
CHAS. KERR
D. L. THORNTON
THOS. W. BULLITT
W. W THUM...
E. S JOUETT.

Louisville .Lexington Versailles .Louisville Louisville Winchester

Committee on Preservation of Records.

D. W. LINDSAY, Chairman, Frankfort.
A. P. HUMPHREY
GEO.S. SHANKLIN.
J. C. SIMMS.
MALCOLM YEAMAN.

.Louisville

.Lexington .Bowling Green

.Henderson

Committee on Necrology.

C. B. SEYMOUR, Chairman, Louisville.
JOHN P. MCCARTNEY.
BERNARD FLEXNER, Secretary..

Flemingsburg

... Louisville

PROCEEDINGS.

FIRST DAY.

THURSDAY, July 2, 1903. The Association convened in the court room of the Daviess Circuit Court, and was called to order at 2 o'clock P. M. by the President.

THE PRESIDENT: Gentlemen of the Kentucky State Bar Association, I am gratified to be able to greet so many members of this Association upon this our second annual meeting. The first thing in the order of exercises will be some words of welcome on the part of the Owensboro Bar, delivered through its chosen and worthy representative, Judge Lucius P. Little, who will now address you.

Judge Little then addressed the Association as follows:

JUDGE LITTLE'S ADDRESS.

Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Kentucky State Bar

Association:

It affords me great pleasure to tender you, collectively and individually, that ancient corporate franchise—the freedom of our city. Our legal construction of this grant, when translated into , plain Kentucky speech, signifies the liberty to “make yourselves at home.” In view of vague and conflicting rumors of delinquencies and irregularities in the mountains, it is proper for me to assure you that the

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