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REPORT

OF THE

TREASURER

DENVER, Colo., July 10, 1914. To the Colorado Bar Association:

Your treasurer respectfully reports the following receipts and disbursements for the period commencing July 10, 1913, and ending with this date.

Vouchers for the expenditures and a certified check for the balance on hand accompany this report:

RECEIPTS. 1913. July 10. Balance on hand from last report

$ 84.51 Tickets to annual dinner, 1913, sold

108.00 Exchange on check

.05 Admission fees from July 11, 1913, to July 9, 1914, both inclusive

390.00 Dues from July 11, 1913, to July 9, 1914, both inclusive

1,880.00

Total receipts

$2,462.56

DISBURSEMENTS. 1913. July 12. Roscoe Pound, payment of expenses to and from Cambridge, Mass., and at Colorado Springs

$ 135.20 Exchange on $100.00 draft for Mr. Pound

.10 Lunch at Casino for Mr. Pound

1.00 Auto to and from Casino with Mr. Pound

6.00 July 14. A. H, Ewing, for use of Casino

25.00 July 15. 1000 stamped envelopes

21.00 July 28. George L. Adams, witness fee in disbarment proceedings against Thomas

19.70

20.00

2.25

.80 .65

5.00 217.15

6.50 9.15 27.00 21.00 6.00 4.25 2.50 29.50 126.00 434.80

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Aug. 24. H. M. Haskell, services in locating George L. Adams in California

$ The Prompt Printing Co., printing proposed amend

ment at Colorado Springs
Aug. 25. Alexander Nisbet, sheriff's fees in Thomas case

Alexander Nisbet, sheriff's fees in Thomas case
J. M. Johnson, for certified copies of indictments in

Thomas case
Sept. 5. Antlers Hotel Annual Dinner

Antlers Hotel, account Mr. Pound
Sept. 10. A. G. Barnett, for taking deposition in Lovell case..
Oct. 3. American Express Co., express on Annual Reports ...
Oct. 7. 1000 2-cent stamped envelopes

Stamps
Oct. 16. E. L. Wepf, 1000 letterheads
Oct. 18. Printing envelopes and card statements
Nov. 1 Smith-Brooks Printing Co., half-tone inserts for Report

C. P. Gehman, reporting proceedings

W. F. Robinson Printing Co., Annual Report 1912.
1914:
May 7. Henry C. Hall, for multigraphed copies of Report of

Committee on Law Reform
Henry C. Hall, for printed copies of Report of Com-

mittee on Law Reform
May 12. Return of admission fee
May 27. Alpha Floral Co., flowers account of H. M. Teller....
May 29. W. F. Robinson Printing Co., Annual Report 1913...

W. F. Robinson Printing Co., for printing “Mode of

Procedure"
W. F. Robinson Printing Co., printing program

2000 stamped envelopes
June 10. E. L.Wepf, printing receipts, envelopes, etc.

Printing envelopes

Folding and sealing circulars
June 12. 2000 stamped envelopes
June 15. The Letter Mill, multigraphing notices to nominees

Bar election
June 19. Printing envelopes

4000 stamped envelopes
June 24. Printing envelopes
July 9. Kistler Stationery Co., index cards and tray

W. H. Wadley, card statements
W. H. Wadley, visitor's register

32.00

30.75 5.00

8.00 558.25

5.50 6.50 42.00 28.00 3.00

1.00 42.00

1.50 2.50 84.00

5.00 2.65 3.50 1.50

W. H. Wadley, railroad fare Colorado Springs and
return to arrange for meeting.....

$
W. H. Wadley, express and telegrams
J. D. Pender, attorney's fees for the year
Secretary's salary

4.05

3.78 193.00 250.00

Total disbursements On hand July 10, 1914

$2,434.03

28.53

Respectfully submitted,

WILLIAM H. WADLEY,

Treasurer.

REPORT

OF

COMMITTEE ON GRIEVANCES

DENVER, Colo, July 9, 1914.

To the Colorado Bar Association:

Your Committee on Grievances respectfully reports the transaction of the following business during the year last past :

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Number of meetings held with quorum present....
Number of cases considered:
Old ...

2
New

3
Prosecutions for disbarment refused
Prosecutions for disbarment ordered
Cases continued for further investigation.
Cases ordered dismissed

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2

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In the case ordered prosecuted, the petition has been lodged with the Supreme Court.

The status of the cases pending in court is as follows:

No. 4497, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. Sidney II. Dent. No service on respondent, as he has not been located. ('. P. Gehman and Joseph D. Pender, for Association.

No. 4784, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. W. J. Thomas. This case was delaved because of the inability of the Association to locate its principal witness. During the past year this witness was located, and his testimony taken. All of the testimony for petitioner has been taken, and petitioner's brief is being prepared. Edward P. ('ostigan and Joseph D. Pender, for the Association.

No. 6550, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. J. A. Lovell. Evidence is all taken, and brief of petitioner filed. Frank McDonough and Joseph D. Pender, for the Association.

No. 7204, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. George Kohn. Testimony and brief submitted in December, 1910. No decision has been rendered. Joseph D. Pender, for Association.

No. 7223, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. C. A. Irwin. Testimony all taken, and petitioner's brief filed. . James G. Rogers and Joseph D. Pender, for Association.

No. 8391, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. Elmer E. Schlosser. Petition for disbarment filed, and rule to show cause issued. Joseph D. Pender, for Association.

The following have been disposed of during the past year:

No. 6475, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. James R. Patterson. Respondent disbarred. S. C. Warner, for the Association.

No. 6978, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. George F. Taylor. Respondent fined $100.00 for practicing without a license, and has paid the fine. Hugh McLean, for the Association.

No. People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. H. B. O'Reilly. Respondent deceased. Association has requested withdrawal of the petition for suspension.

No. 7710, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. Alexander M. Smith. Respondent deceased. Proceeding dismissed.

No. 6010, People ex rel. Colorado Bar Association vs. C. 0. Erbaugh. Upon report and recommendation of the attorney for

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