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1918 Forty-eigrhth Tear 



HUBBJILL'S 
LEGAL DIRECTORY 

1918 



CONTENTS 



LIST OF LAWYERS 

SYNOPSES OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

SYNOPSIS OF THE PATENT LAWS 

(ALSO U8T or PATENT ATTO|Ui£XS) 

SYNOPSIS OF THE LAWS CONCERNING JURISDICTION AND 
PROCEDURE IN THE UNITED STATES COURTS 

UNITED STATES AND STATE COURT CALENDARS 

SYNOPSES OF THE LAWS OF CANADA, CUBA, ENGLAND AND 
SCOTLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, HOLLAND, JAPAN AND MEXICO 

TRADE-MARK LAWS OF ARGENTINA, CHILE AND URUGUAY 

UST OP UNITED STATES CONSULS 






JOSEPH A. LYNCH, EDITOR 



THE HUBBELL PmyiSHING COMPANY 

EQUITABLE BUILDING 
Nbw Tobx 



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Copyright, 1917, by Thb Hubbell Pubushino Cohpavt. 



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FOREWORD. 

The Forty-Eighth Annual Volume of Hubbell's Legal Directoiy is 
preaented to the profescdon and the public as a dependi^le aid in tin 
transaction of legal business throughout the world. 

As always, unusual care has b^n exercised in the preparation of the 
Directory, and we believe it to be as correct as human agency can make it. 

We wish, however, to express in advance our appreciation to those of 
our subscribers brining to our notice errors or omissions, for we realize- 
that perfection cannot be obtained without their cooperation. 

The policy of the Company has always been a liberal one, and the 
Directory is revised upon a comprehensive plan, which includes, from 
time to time, the addition of such subject-matter as we deem of assist- 
ance to the manv users of the Directory. This year the Laws of Cuba 
and Japan have been added. We refer those not familiar with the Direc- 
tory, to our Title-Page. 

We deem it unnecessary to refer to the care exercised in the selection of 
the lawyers whose names are listed. 

The prominence of the lawyers who revise our Laws and whose names 
appear at the head of our synopses is a sufficient guarantee of their ac- 
curacy. 

The Synopsis of the Laws concerning the Jurisdiction and Procedure of 
the United States Courts has long been a prominent feature of the Direc- 
tory. As usual, it has been revised with great care for this edition, and 
we are confident that it will continue to prove of practical value to all 
who wish an accurate and comprehensive summary of these Laws and the 
ruImgB of the Court thereon. 

We cannot impress too strongly upon those using the Directory the 
importance of using the current edition. On account of the numerous 
changes in the State Laws, the not infrequent retirement from practice, 
deaths, and r^novals of attomevs, and at times the necessity of the with- 
drawal of our former recommendation, the annual revision of the Directory 
is essential. It is obvious, therefore, that only the Directory we herewitJ^ 
present should be referred to, and former editions should be discarded, or 
relegated to the bookcase by those of our subscribers whose custom it has 
been to preserve old voltimes. Delay and inconvenience or even loss are 
thereby reduced to a minimum. 

We bdieve service will be promoted, by those using the Directory, if in 
sending business or in making an enquiry, mention is made that the name 
d the Ukwyer or law firm addressed has been taken from Hubbell's. Hub- 
bell's stamps (furnished free on request) will prove an easy means to tins 
end, but &e written statement, that the lawyer's name is taken from 
Hubbell's. will serve better and help identify the user of the Directory. 

SubscriDers desiring names of attorneys, other than those published, 
can tel^raph Town and State, together with the word "Tuxedo," and we 
will (as directed) write or wire information. In emergencies, use long 
distance 'phone, Rector 4339. 

We take pleasure in expressing our appreciation of the invaluable serv- 
ices rendered by the eminent members of the profession who have pre- 
pared our Synopses of Laws, etc., to whose careful work the Directory 
owes much of its usefulness and its staliding as an authority. 

J. A. L. 

(V) 



INDEX. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS 
PATENT ATTORNEYS 



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PART I. 



ATTORNEYS. 



Alabama 3 

Alaska 6 

Arisona 6 

Arkansas 7 

California 10 

Colorado 17 

Connecticut 20 

Delaware 23 

District of Columbia 24 

Florida 25 

Georgia 28 

Hawaii 33 

Idaho 33 

IllinoU 34 

Indiana 47 

Iowa 63 

Kansas 59 

Kentucky 64 

Louisiana. 68 

Maine 70 

Maryland 73 

Massaohusetts 75 

Michigan 83 

Minnesota. 89 

Mississippi 94 

MisBOUn 96 

Montana « 104 

Nebraska 105 



Nevada 109 

New Hampshire 109 

New Jersey Ill 

New Mexico 115 

New York 116 

North Carolina 142 

North Dakota 146 

Ohio 147 

Oklahoma 169 

Oregon 162 

Pennsylvania 164 

Philippine Islands 175 

Porto Rico 175 

Rhode Island 175 

South Carolina 177 

South Dakota 179 

Tennessee 181 

Texas 186 

Utah 194 

Vermont 196 

Virginia 197 

Washington 201 

West Virginia 204 

Wisconsin 207 

Wyoming 212 

Newfoundland 212 

Dominion of Canada 213 

Foreign 221 



PART II. 



(For subjects treated in the Synopses of Laws, see page 2 of Part II.) 

LAWS AND COMPILERS. 

Alabama (by Messrs. London. Yancey & Brower, of Birmingham) 3 

Alaska (by Messrs. A. R. & R. W. HeUig. of Fairbanks) 18 

Arisona (by Walter Bennett, Esq., of Phoenix) 32 

Arkansas (by Messrs. Rose, Hemingway, Cantrell, Loughborough & Miles, of 

LitUe Rock) 42 

California (by Messrs. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, of Los Angeles) 52 

Colorado (by Messrs. Bartels & Blood, of Denver) 72 

Connecticut (by Messrs. Gross, Hyde & Shipman, of Hartford) 95 

Delaware (by Messrs. Higgins & Eastburn, of Wilmington) 109 

District of Columbia (by Chapin Brown, Esq., of Washington) 124 

Florida (by Messrs. Cooper, C^ooper & Osborne, of Jacksonville) 138 

Georgia (by Messrs. King & Spalding, of Atlanta) 155 

Hawaii (by Messrs. Thompson & Cathcart, of Honolulu) 171 

Idaho (by Messrs. Hawley & Hawley, of Boise) .^ 189 

Illinois (by Messrs. Musgrave, Oppenheim & Lee, of Chicago) 202 

(vi) 



INDEX. vi^ 

Indiana (by Menra. Miller, Dailey & Thompson, of Indianapolis) 226 

Iowa (by Messrs. Coffin ft Rippey, of Des Moines) 248 

Kanflas (by Messrs. Vermilion, Evans, Carey ft UUeston, of Wiohita) 266 

Kentucky (by Messrs. Trabue, Doolan ft Cox, of Louisville) 284 

LouisiaDa (by Messrs. Merrick, Genaler ft Schwara, of New Orleans) 301 

Maine (by Messrs. Strout ft Strout, of Portland) 316 

Maryland (by Messrs. Brown, Marshall, Brune ft Thomas, of Baltimore) . . . 329 

Massachusetts (by Messrs. Dunbar, Nutter ft MoClennen, of Boston) 345 

Michigan (by Messrs. Campbell, Bulkley ft Ledyard, of Detroit) 372 

Minnesota (by Messrs. Lightner ft Young, of St. Paul) 399 

Mississippi (by Messrs. Mayes ft Mayes, of Jackson) ^ 415 

Missouri (by Messrs. Abbott ft Edwards, of St. Louis) 426 

Montana (by Messrs. McCk)nnell ft McConnell, of Helena) 442 

Nebraska (by Isaac E. Congdon, Esq., of Omaha) 455 

Nevada (by Cole L. Harwood, Esq., of Reno) 473 

New Hampshire (by Messrs. Streeter, Demond, Woodworth ft SuUoway, of 

Concord) 490 

New Jersey (by Messrs. Frank S. Katxenbach, Jr., and Edward L. Katxenbaoh, 

of Trenton) 601 

New Mexico (bv Catron, ft Catron, of Santa F6) 521 

New York (by Messrs. Hughes, Rounds, Schurman ft Dwight, of New York 

aty) 531 

North Carolina (by James H. Pou, Esq., of Raleigh) 567 

North Dakota (by Messrs. Watson, Young ft Conmy, of Fargo) 587 

Ohio (by Messrs. Harmon, Colston, Goldsmith ft Hoadly, of Chnciimati) * -604 

Oklahoma (by Messrs. West, Sherman ft Davidson, of Tulsa) 625 

Oregon (by Messrs. Wood, Montague, Hunt ft Cookingham, of Portland) . . . 640 
Pennsylvania (by Messrs. J. Levering Jones, Dimner Beeber, Heiury C. Boyer, 

and Harry T. Bauerle, assisted by Har^ J. Alker, Jr., of Philadelphia) 656 

Philippine Islands (by Messrs. Wolfson ft Wolfson, of Manila) 688 

Porto Rico (by Messrs. Rounds, Hatch, Dillingham ft Debevoise and O. B. 

Fraier, Esq., of San Juan) 696 

Rhode Island (by Messrs. Tillinghast ft Collins, of Providence) 711 

South Carolina (by Messrs. Buist ft Buist, of Charleston) 722 

South Dakota (by Messrs. Bailey ft Voorhees, of Sioux Falls) 748 

Tennessee (by Walter Stokes, Esq.. of Nashville) 765 

Texas (by Messrs. Baker, Botts, Parker ft Garwood, of Houston) 786 

Utah (by Messrs. Dey, Hoppaugh ft Fabian, of Salt Lake City) 803 

Vermont (by Messrs. Stickney, Sargent ft Skeels, of Ludlow) 820 

Virginia (by Messrs. Jo. Lane ft Cary Ellis Stem, of Richmond) 831 

Wadiington (by Messrs. Hughes, McMicken, Ramsey ft Rupp, of Seattle) . , 849 

West Virginia fby Messrs. Erskine. Palmer ft Curl, of Wheeling) 871 

Wisconsin (by Messrs. Bottum, Bottum, Hudnall ft Lecher, of Milwaukee) . . 808 

Wyoming (by William A. Riner, E^sq., of Cheyenne) 916 

Alberta (by Messrs. Short, Ross, Selwood, Shaw ft Mayhood, of Calgarv). . 1155 
British Columbia (by Messrs. Taylor, Harvey, Stockton ft Smith, of Van- 
couver) 1162 

Manitoba (b^ Messrs. Aikins, Loftus ft Aikins, of Winnipeg) 1175 

New Brunswick (by Messrs. Weldon ft McLean, of St. John) 1184 

Newfoundland (by Herbert Knight, Esq., of St. John's) 1189 

Nova Scotia (by Messrs. Mclnnes, Mellish, Fulton ft Kenny, of Halifax) . . . 1192 

Ontario (by Messrs. Aylesworth, Wright, Moss ft Thompson, of Toronto) . . . 1196 

Quebec (py Messrs. McGibbon, Casgrain, Mitchell ft Casgrain, of Montreal) 1207 

Saskatchewan (by Messrs. Allan, Gordon ft Gordon, of Regina) 1214 

Cuba (by Raoul E. Desvemine, Esq., with Homblower, Miller, Garrison ft 

Potter, of New York) 1220 

PATEirr Lawb of thk United States (by Messrs. Howson ft Howson, of 

Philadelphia, Pa) 930 

Laws comcermiko Jubisdiction axd Procedure in the United States 
OouBTB (by Heiuy M. Earle, Esq., of Homblower, Miller, Garrison ft Potter, 

of New York City) 946 

England (by Messrs. Munton, Morris, King ft Co., of London) 1232 

Scotland (by Messrs. William Gibson ft Co., of Glasgow) 1239 

France (by Oliver E. Bodington, Esq., of Paris) 1243 

Germany (by Dr. C. H. Huberich, of New York) 1252 

Holland (by Dr. Alexander Nicol-Speyer, of The Hague) 1262 

i&pui (Inr J. E. de Becker, Esq., D. C. L., of Yokohama and Tokyo 1267 

Mezioo (by Messrs. Johnson ft Galston, of New York and the City of Mexico) . 1277 

J^tina ) Trade-mark Laws of (by Enrique Gil. Esq.. of Argentina, of the 1291 

)r^ ( firm of Aldao, Campos ft Gil, of New York). 1297 

tniguay ) 130o 



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INDEX 



COURT CALENDARS. 



UNITED STATES COURTS — l^mtiSDicnoN, Tkbms, and Officiaia: 

SUPBSMB COUBT 

ClBGUIT CoUBT OF APPBAIA 

CoUBT OF ClAIICB 

CouBT OF Cuaroiffl Appbalb 

DI8TBICT COUBTB 



970 
979 
980 
980 
981 



STATE COURTS — Jubisdiction, Tbbub, and Officzaia: 



Alabama 997 

Alaska 1000 

Arizona 1001 

Arkansas 1003 

California 1007 

Colorado 1010 

Connecticut 1012 

Delaware 1015 

Florida 1017 

Georgia 1020 

Hawaii 1025 

Idaho 1027 

lUinoia 1029 

Indiana 1034 

Iowa 1038 

Kansas 1041 

Kentucky 1044 

Louisiana 1049 

Maine 1054 

Maryland 1067 

Massachusetts 1061 

Michigan 1065 

Minnesota 1069 

Mississippi 1072 

Missouri 1074 



Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico . . . . 

New York 

North Carolina . 
North Dakot-a. . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . . . 
Rhode Island . . . 
South Carolina . . 
South Dakota . . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washinp^on .... 
West Virginia . . . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



UNITED STATES CONSULAR SERVICE 

UNITED STATES LAND OFFICES 

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Sxb Appendix. 



1078 
lOSO 
1082 
1083 
1086 
1089 
1091 
1094 
1099 
1102 
1104 
1107 
1109 
1114 
1116 
1120 
1123 
1127 
1135 
1137 
1139 
1142 
1144 
1147 
1150 

1304 
1315 



INPEX 



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COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES. 



•TATB. 


PLACE. 


Cal, 


Loe Angeles. 

San Francisco 

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New Haven. 


Md. 


Baltimore. 


Mich. 
S. Y. 


Detroit. 
New York. 


Ob. 
Pa. 
Wis. 


Portland. 

Philadelphia. 

Milwaukee. 



FOB CARD 
NAUS. BEE PAOS IN APPENDIX. 

Frederick J. Wineton 27 

J. D. Brown 38 

M. V. CoUins 38 

W. W. Healey 39 

James Mason . , 38 

Livingston W. Cleaveland 54 

William A. Wright 66 

T. Howard Embert 171 

Carl R. McKenrick 169 

Wade MUlis 194 

Edwin F. Corey 286 

Geo. H. Corey 286 

Chas. J, Schnabel 361 

John S. Wurts 383 

Francis Bloodgood 499 



INDEX. 



PATENT ATTORNEYS. 



STATU. 

Cal. 



Colo. 
Conn. 
D. C. 



PLACa. 



NAVB. 



FOB CABD 
SBB PAOB IK APniNDBC. 



Ga. 
III. 



Ohio. 



Pa. 



B.C. 
Texas. 
Va. 
Wis. 

Mbx. 



Los Angeles. 
San Francisco. 

Denver. 
New Haven. 
Washington. 



Atlanta. 
Chicago. 



IND. 


Indianapolis. 


Iowa. 


Burlington. 


Md. 


Baltimore. 


Mass. 


Boston. 


Mich. 


Grand Rapids. 


Minn. 


8t. Paul. 


Mo. 


St. Louis. 


N.J. 


Trenton. 


N. Y. 


Elmira. 




New York: 



Cincinnati. 

Cleveland. 
Philadelphia. 

Pittsburgh. 

Columbia. 
Dallas. 
Norfolk. 
Milwaukee. 

City of Mexico. 



Mack & Litsenberg 

John H. Miller 

Wm. K.White 

Wilkinson ft Giusta T 

Briat<^AWhite 

Baldwin A Wight 

Bradford & Doolittle 

Royal £. Bumbam 

B. G. Foster 

Wm. G. Henderson 

Howson & Howson 

McLanahan A Burton 

Charles H. Meiillat 

C. L. Parker 

Pennie, Goldsborough A O'Neill 

Ralston A Richardson 

Wilkinson A Giusta 

Tye, Peeples A Tye. 

Bamett A Truman. 

Paul Carpenter 

Cheever A Cox. 

Cromwell, Griest A Warden 

Hirschl, Hirsohl A Brooks. . . ., 

Jones, Addington, Ames A Seibold 

Offield, Towle, Graves A Offield 

Parkinson A Lane. 

Rummler A Rummler. 

Wilkinson A Huxley. 

Sjmnestvedt, Bradley, Lechner A Fowkes. . . . 

Harvey A Austill 

Blake, Wilson A Jackson 

John Emory Cross A Edwin F, Samuds 

Fish, Richardson A Neave. 

Norris, Mcpherson, Harrington A Waer 

H. S. Johnson. ^ 

Paul Bakewell 

Carr A Carr 

F. C. Lowthorp 

Alexander S. Diven. 
Henry A Denton. 
Bartlett A Brownell. 
Briesen A Shrenk. 

Everett N. Curtis 

Fish, Richardson A Neave. 

Howson A Howson 

Johnson A Galston 

Macdonald A Macdonald 

Mitchell A AUyn. 

Philipp, Sawyer, Rice A Kennedy. 

Wm. H. Swenarton. 

Wilkinson A Giusta 

Hosea, Knight A Phares 

James N. Ramsey. 

Hull, Smith, Brock A West. 

Howson A Howson 

Synnestvedt, Bradley, Lechner A Fowkes 

Bakewell A Byrnes. 

Synnestvedt, Bradley, Lechner A Fowkes. . . . 

Benet, Shand A McGowan 

ChUton A Chilton 

Wolcott, Wolcott, Lankford A Kear 

Bottum, Bottum, Hudnall A Lecher 

Flanders A Fawcett 

Johnson A Galston 



23 
35 
36 
68 
53 
60 
60 
61 
63 
63 
377 
65 
64 
64 
64 
65 
68 



d3 

94 
96 
98 



382 

119 
127 
171 

198 

233 
234 
268 



98 

377 
291 
292 



68 
322 



377 
382 

382 
403 
431 
474 
500 
500 
291 



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LAWYERS 



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Volume 48. CiiliMftiil I'lS. 




Z» «HT«(pan(ir>ur irtih our altornryM, do not /all (o •ue our " Submrlbm' 
SlaiHpa " Cf-rnttiiM iHtAout cAiatv* "« ap/tHoar(on) or tvrUa " Fow nciMf It 
takanfront HitbhrlV*-" T/Ce tertttrn mlatameiit that the lairt/er'» nmrit U laktm 
fram HtMniWt tBill t*rrt btttrr and hxtp Uttun lltf taer of the IHnelor^. 

lnlb« cltlaa, erer; actorne]' bu liecn riglilly Investigated iij our peraonal npreBentatlTa. 
In the lowM, oar aubscrlbers liSTe been reooronwndBil bj two or more banken, cashien 
ol bantu, or leading tnerchaots of their rpipcctlve places. Theae recommendillons repre- 
»Dl a cnmulatiTe talralaClon unending oTrr n period of torts-tlxhc yean, Insuring tlieli 
absolute reliability and uFeEuardlng a^iilnac the telecMon ot an; atlome; whose atandlng 
does not merit It. 

Our patrons will please remember Ihst the Directory Is publbbed AKHUALLT, and tbat 
we do not hold onnplres morally rceponslble for Its correclDfSB, nor for the rellabtuty ot 
Ibe attomejt named, after tlie Bipirattoo of the year for which It la publlabod. 

Where plac«s are siven, and no attorueya named, reference la made to the nearest t«ll- 
able atiompy. Indivlduala deslguatpd thus (}) are also Notaries PabUo. Figures after 
names ot attorneys designate year admitted to praotlce. 

Places marked thus (•) are oounty seats. For list of oonntles, see Court Calendar (or 
each Slate. 

■TabLi' Ad." with word In eothle type following name or address Indicates cable addreu. 

§ubscrlb«ra desiring names ot attnmeys, other than thoH pnbllehed.can t«le- 
gnph T-DH-n and Stat', tatfetber with the word Ttueedo. and we will (m dlnoted) 

loni DlitUH Tdipkoat ; 4339 Biotm, ItlW YOA. 
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City, 
Albany. 
AlbortTille* 
Alexander City- 
AHoona. . 
ADdalnaia.* 
Annlaton.* 



Aal&Tille.* 

Atheni.* 

Attalla. 

Aiil>iinu 

Hanspr. 

Bay Minette. 

Bel4 




OOUMTV. 

Henry. 

Etowah. 

Morean. 

Maruiall. 

TaUapooaa. 

Etowaii. 

CoTiogton. 

Calhoun* 

Clay. 

St. Clair. 

Limestone. 

Etowah. 

Lee. 

Blonnt. 

Bald will. 

Franklin. 

Jeffenon. 



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NAMBS OF ATTOaVSTS. 

R. W. Miller. 

Refer to Gadsden. 

E. W. Godbey ('85). 

Refer to GuntenTille. 

Jacob A. Walker § (13). 

Refer to GkidBden. 

Henry Gpp ('80). K'02). 

Willett ('82), WiUett ('80) A Walker 

See Card in Appendix, page 1. 
Cornelius, Lackey & Vann. 
J. A. Emory. 
W. R. Walker. 
Refer to Gadsden. 
Refer to Opelika. 
Refer to Oneonto, 
Refer to Mobile. , 
Refer to RuMellville. 
C. L. OdeU § ('95). 



3IRMINaHAM.* Jeffbsbson CounTT. Pop. 165,000. 

Gabaniss & Bowie, 831>636 First Nat. Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 1. 
Coleiiian>85) & Coleman ('13), 923-926 First Nat. Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 1. 
Garber & Garber, § 723 A 724 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 2. 
|Ix>ndon, Yancey & Brower, 531-536 First Nat. Bank Building. 
^^f^ <o un^ Banh in Birminghawn, 

See Card m Appendix, page 2. 

London, John (72). Yanoey, G. W. ('06). 

Brower, Walter S. ('11). [Ad. Valnes. 

Nesbit, Valentine J, (*06), 16th Floor, American Trust Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 2. 
Percy, Benners & Burr, 1324-1334 Brown-Marx BuUdmg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 2. 
Smith & McCary, 1419-20 American Trust «fe SaTuigs Bank Building. 
Uefer to any Banh in Birmingham, 

See Card %n Appendix, page 3. 
Stokely, Scrlvner & Dominlck, 801-2-3^4 First Nat. Bank Building. 
Railroad and Corporation Practice, 

See Card in Appendix, page 3. 
Tillman, Bradley & Morrow, 1400^1422 Empire Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 3. 
WoocL SterUng A. ('80)^ 202-;i-4 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 4. 



B hwiutavi lle. 



Bibb. 

Blonnt. 

Eseambia. 

Choetaw. 

Wiloox. 

I^okens. 

Cherokee. 



Refer to West Blooton. 

Refer to Oneonta. 

Leigh & Hamilton. 

Gray (O. L., '97) & Dansley (W. G,). 

Bonner & Miller. 

Patton & Patton. 

H. Reed. 



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PLAOB. 

CeDtreville.* 

Chatom.* 

Clanton.* 

Clayton.* 

ColumbiA. 

Colnmbuuia.* 

Courtland. . \ 
Gnllman.* •' \ \ 
Dadevilltf>/:'\ 
Daphne * . % ' * 
D%cabit» * * 

•.; D^than * 
• 

Double Springs.* 
Elba. 
Enaley. 
Enterprise.* 
Eafama. 
Entaw.* 
Evergreen.* 
Fayette.* 
Florala. 
Florenoe.* 
Fort Payne.* 
Gadsden.* 

Gainesville. 

Geneva.* 

Girard. 

Greensboro.* 

Greenville.* 

Grove HUl.* 

Guntersville.* 

Hamilton.* 

Hayneville.* 

Heflin.* 

Huntsville.* 

Jacksonville. 

Jasper.* 

La Fayette.* 

Linden.* 

Livingston.* 

Lnverne.* 

Marion.* 

Midiray. 



COUNTY. 

Bibb. 

Washington. ,• 
Chilton. ,.' •' 
Barboo^..^ I \ 
Houston J** *••* 

. shelb>. : •• 

• *• *• 

^jawrenoe. 
.j^ullman. 

Tallapoosa. 

Baldwin. 

Morgan. 

Marengo. 

Houston. 
Cotntnerdai and 

Winston. 

Coffee. 

Jefferson. 

Coffee. 

Barbour. 

Greene. 

Conecuh. 

Fayette. 

Covington. 

Lauderdale. 

De Kalb. 

Etowah. 

Sumter. 

Geneva. 

Russell. 

Hale. 

Butler. 

Clarke. 

Marshall. 

Marion. 

Lowndes. 

Cleburne. 

Madison. 

Calhoun. 

Walker. 

Chambers. 

Marengo. 

Sumter. 

Crenshaw. 

Perry. 

BuUook. 



»^ita^ OF ATTOR^'BV•. 



jHA^fM^^^ThomjMon. 



allaoe P. Pruitt § (*06). 
Reynolds & Middleton. 
• Geo. W. Peach ('W). 
A. D. Wood. 
Longshore (A. P., Sr^*81), Koenig (Frsd G., 

*07) & Longshore (W. L., *14). 
Refer to Decatur. 
Geo. H. Parker. 
Bridges & Oliver. 
Refer to MobUe. 

E. W. Godbey ('85). 
Henry McDaniel. 

Lee (W. L., *95) A Tomnkins (Oscar L., *U). 
Inturance Litigation ana Corpo r a t ion Iamw, 
Refer to Jasper. 
M. A. Owen Oil). 

C. W. Sanders. [0.^15). 

Arrington (Richard H. . '96) A Stokes § (Chss. 
McDowell <& McDowell. 
Harwood, McKinley, McQueen <fc Aldredgs. 
Page, McMillan & Brooks. 
C. A. Beasly. 

G.W.Reeves. [A^, '04). 

Ashcraft (John T., '94) A Bradshaw (Hemy 
Hunt (R. C, '72) & Wolfes § (C. A., '10). 
Dortch ('78) it Allen ^99). 

See Card in Appendixt page 4. 
Refer to Livingston. 
W. O. Mulkey. * 
Refer to Scale. 
Evans & Jack. 
Powell & Hamilton. 

W. D. Dunn. f»lO). 

Street (Oliver D., '88) A Bradford (W. R., 
C. £. MitcheU ('93). 
R. L. Goldsmith. 

W. B. Merrill. ['J3). 

Taylor (Douglass, '97) A Watts (Clarence L.. 
Refer to Anniston. 
A. F. Fite ('00). 
J. A. Hines. ■ 
Refer to Selma. 
Patton i (W. W., '08) & Fatten | (D. D., *05). 

F. B. Bricken ('94). 
Clifton C. Johnson. 
Refer to Union Springs. 



MOBILE.* Mobile County. Pop. 51,521. 



Bestor ('00) & Young ('97), 64-66 St. Francb St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 4. 
Clarke ('83), Brown ('02) & Kohn, 416-419 Qty Bank Bldr^ 
General Cirtl Practice, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 6. 
Galllard, Mahorner & Arnold^ 66 St. Frauds St. 
Attorneys for Bradstreet, Ileal Estate Law 
and Title EoMtninations a specialty. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 5. 
PlHans, Palmer § (^), 906-7^ Van Antwerp Bldg. Cahle Ad. Ptah. 
Admiralty, Bankruptcy, and Corporation Law, 
See Card in Apperuiix, page 6. 
Smith, Gregory t. ('75) & H. H. § ('13), 56 and 68 St. Michael St. 
Attorneys for Eirst Nat, Bank and L, A N. B, B, Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 7. 
Smith. Harry T. ^85) &> Calfey ('09), 716-722 Nat'l City Bank BMg. 
Attorneys for Mobile Light and Bailroad Co,, Mobile Oas Contpeusy, e(e. 
Adn^iralty Law a specialty. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 7. [Bldg. 

Stevens ('90), McCorvey ('03) & McLeod ('13), 503-507 Ci^ Bank 
Attorneys for Mobile and Ohio B, B, Co,, U, S, Casualty Co,, efe. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 8. 

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MLomrcwTille.* 
MLantvTmllo. 



oouhty. 
Monrae* 
ShelVy. 



NAMES OF ATTORNXYB. 

Bamett, Bugg & Lee. 
Refer to Columbiana. 



MONTOOMBRY.* Mohtgombbt Ck>UHTY. Pop. 38,136. 

Blskey $ ('90) A Strassburger, 417-420 Fint National Bank Bnilding. 
I>epo9iiiona takeit upon eotntniuion or ob Notary Public* 



Rushton 



9po9%i%ona tatceit unon eotntn\ 
See Card in Appendix^ page 8. 
ton ('SOfWllllaiiui C02) & 



Crenshaw C09), Bell Bldg. 



See Card in Appendix^ page 9. 
Steiner 079), Crum ('86) & Well ('93), 1112-1124 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 9. 
WeU 094), StakelT f ('04} & Vardaman ('08), 804<11 Fint Nat. Bank 

oA Card in Appendix^ page 10. [Bldg. 



SCoolton.* 

Tioxw&poirt. 



Pell City.* 



Pollard. 
Pratt City. 



Rn— nllTJlle.* 



Twy. 




West BloetoB. 



Toaoaloosa. 
Blount. 



Calkonn. 

Dale. 

St. Clair. 

Lee. 

Calhoon. 

fSsoambia. 

Jeffenon. 

Autaoffa. 

Randolph. 

Coosa.^ 

Franklin. 

Crenshaw. 

Washington. 

Jaokaon. 

RnsseU. 

Dallas. 



Refer to Decatnr. 

Refer to Tuscaloosa. 

O. A. Steele. 

Barnes (R. B.) & Brewer (Geo. A.). 
Refer to any Bank in Opelika, 

N. D. Denson ('76) & Sena (Jno. V., 'OS- 
Refer to Anniston. [N. D., Jr., | '14). 

J. £. Z. Riley. 

£«nibry <& Elmbry. 

Refer to Opelika. 

T. Ben Kerr. 

Refer to Brewton. 

Refer to Birmingham. 

GKpson <fe Booth. 

Refer to Wedowee. 

Refer to Dadeville. 

W. H. Key, 

Refer to Lnveme. 

Refer to Chatom. 

Virgil Bonldin. 

F. M. de Ghraffenried. 

Mallorjr & Mallory. § CaUeAd. 

See Card in Appendix,page 10. [M al macmal. 

Pettus, FulTer & Lapsley. 
Corporation Law and Conttnereial Idtigation* 
See Card in Appendix.pdge 11. [('04). 

Colbert. Andrews (J. L., '95) <& Feach $ (John H. 

Morgan. Refer to Decatnr. 

Taliadesa. Knox, Acker, Dixon & Stewart. 

AtVytfor X. Jt N, Jt*y, So, B'w'y, Talladega Nat, B*h, 

.Knox. John B. ('76). Acker, W. P. ('90). 

Dixon, J. K. ('92). Sterne, Niel P. ('10). 

Stewart, M. (J. ('13). LUes, L. B. ('14). 
Pike. J. H. Wilkerson. 

Tuscaloosa. Moody (*07) & Moody § ('14). 

Counoelfor JFirst Nat. n*h, TuseaVa B'w'y J^ UtUitiett Co, 

See Card in Appendix, page 6. ['99). 

Colbert. Kirk (James T., '79), & Rather (John D., Jr.^ 

Macon. H. P. Merritt. 

Bnllook. Norman § (J. D., '80) & Rainer § (F. D., '12). 

Peny. Refer to Selma. 

Lamar. Nesmith <& Yonng. 

Randdiph. John W. Overton. 

Bibb. £. M. Bishop. 

Ehnore. F. W. Lnll. 

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ATTORNEYS IN ALASKA. 



Capital, JuKXAU. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOB. 

Anchorage. 

Circle. 

Copper Center. 

Cordova. 

Council. 

Dntoh Harbor. 

Eagle. 

£Ilaniar. 

Faibbakks** 

Jnnean.* 

Kodiak. 

Nome. 

St. Michaeb. 

Seward. 

Sitka. 

Skagi^ay. 

Sunrise. 

Teller. 

Umftlaeka. 

Yaldez. 

WrangeU. 



NAMB8 OF ATTORNXTS. 

Report to Cordova. 
Refer to Daweon, Y. T. 
Refer to Valdes. 
Robert K. Capers § ('11). 
Refer to Nome. 
Refer to Jnnealb. 
Refer to DawBon, Y. T. 
Refer to Valdez. 

t A. R. S C80) <ft R. W. Hkiuo $ ('12). 
Gunnieon | m) <ft Roberteon { Cll). 
Refer to Valdez. 
Lyons & Ortoa ('92). 
Refer to Nome. 
Refer to Cordova. 
Refer to Jnnean. 
Refer to Jnnean. 
Refer to Valdes. 
Refer to Nome. 

Refer to Jnnean. [(Anthony J., *13). 
Donohoe (T. J., '97) &. Dimond § 
Refer to Jnnean. 



ATTORNEYS IN ARIZONA. 



Capital, Phoskiz. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOB. 

Bisbee. 

Caea Grande. 

Clifton.* 

Donglas. 

Flagstaff.* 

Florence.* 

Globe.* 

Holbrook.* 

Jerome. 

Kingman.* 

Mammoth. 

Mesa. 

Mineral Park. 

Nogales.* 

Phoenix.* 



Prescott.* 

St. Johns.* 

Safford. 

Solomonsville.* 

Tempe. 

Tomostbne.* 



OOONTV. 

Cochise. 

Pinal. 

Greenlee. 

Cochise. 

Coconino. 

Pinal. 

Gila. 

Navajo. 

Yavapai. 

Mohave. 

Pin^. 

Maricopa. 

Mohave. 

Santa Cruz. 

Maricopa. 



Yavapai. 

Apache. 

Graham. 

Graham. 

Maricopa. 

Cochise. 



NAMES OF ATTOBNETS. 

F. A. Sutter. 
Refer to Phcenix. 
£. V. Horton. 
Albert M. Sames. 
C. B. Wilson. 

J. E. O'Connor. 
Rawlins & Little. 
Refer to Winslow. 
H. M. Gibbs. 
Charles Herndon. 
Refer to Phoenix. 

G. W. Silverthom. 
Refer to Kingman. 

Duffy§(Fra^J.,'90)APurdnm§<E.B.,'12). 
Baker (A. C. 70) & Baker § (Alexander 
See Card in Appendix, page 8. [B., '10). 
y Walter Bennktt riH). [(Floyd M.). 
Chalmers (Louis H.), Kent (Edward) <& Stahl 
Fred Blair Townsend § ('07), 
F. L. Haworth § ('10). 
Refer to Winslow. 
Stratton & Lynch. 
Refer to Clifton. 
C. C. Woolf. 
W. G. Gilmore. 



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PliACB. 

TacMn.* 
Winalow. 
Tiuim.* 



COUKTV. 

Hnm. 

Nayajo. 

Tama. 



NAMES OP ATTOBHSrS. 

John H. Campbell ('92). 
W.H. Burbage. 
P. T. Robertson. 



ATTORNEYS IN ARKANSAS. 

Capital^ Little Rock. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

KAMBS OF ATTOBNSTS. 

Refer to Van Buren. 

Refer to Little Rock. [Jr., '03). 

Callaway (Joseph E., '96) <& Hnie (Robt. W., 

F. M. Rogers. 
A. D. Dulaney. 
Refer to Rnssellville. 
J. F. Summers. 
Samuel M. Casey § ('98). 
Refer to Searoy. 
Joseph S. UUey § ('07). 
McGiU (L. H.) A Lindsey (F. G.)« 
H. N. Pittman ('92). 
J. H. Townsend ('95). 
A. G. Little. 
J. H* Evans & Son. 
Refer to Coming. 

G. O. Boele. 

Refer to Yellville. [T., '87). 

Gaughan (Thomas J., '88) ft Sifford (John 
Refer to Nashville. 
William Fletcher. 
Refer to Osceola. 
Lee & Moore. 
Patterson & McKennon. 
J. F. Koone. 
Robins & Clark. 

Oliver (G. B., '85) A Oliver § (G. B., Jr., '16). 
Refer to Yellville. 
Roy D. Campbell. 
Refer to Mena. 
L. E. Mifflin ('08). 
M. L. Davis. 
Abe ColHns § ('07). 
F. E. Brown. 
Refer to Des Arc. 
R. D. Rosco. 
Refer t« Rnssellville. 
Refer to Arkansas City. 
W. E. Patterson. 
F. O. Butt § ('96). 
T. J. Herrin. 
J. W, Grablel ('00). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 11. 
T. D. Wynne ('03). 
Mann (S. H.) & Mann § (S. H., Jr.). 

FORT SMITH,* Sebastiaw Couhty. Pop. 23,975. 

Klmpel § COG) & Dally § ('07), Merchants' Nat. Bank Building. 

Mefer to any Bank or Trust Co, in Fort Smith, 
See Card in Appendix^ pog^ H- 
Mechem, H. C. ('(i8), First National Bank Building. 

Attorney for first National Bank, 

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FliAOa. 


OOONTT. 


Alma. 


Crawford. 


Aiventa. 
Arkadelphia.* 


Pnhwki. 
Clark. 


ArkaoBas City.* 


Desha. 


Ashdovm.* 


Little Riyer. 


Aftkina. 


Pope. 


Augusta.* 


Woodmff. 


Bateaiille.* 


Independence. 


Beebe. 


White. 


Benton.* 


Saline. 


BentanTiIle.* 


Benton. 


Bernrille.* 


CarroU. 


Blaucrock. 


Lawrence. 


BlytheriUe. 


Mississippi. 


BocmeTille.* 


Logan. 


BoydsTille. 


Clay. 


Brmkler. 
CatiooRoek. 


Monroe. 
Izard. 


Camden.* 


Onaohita. 


Centre Point. 


Howard. 


Charleston.* 


Franklin. 


Chiekaaawba.* 


Mississippi. 


Clarendon.* 


Monroe. 


CUu-ksrille.* 


Johnson. 


Clinton.* 


Van Bnren. 


Conway.* 


Faulkner. 


Comng.* 


Clay. 


Cotter. 


Baxter. 


Cottcm Plant.* 


Woodmff, 


Dallas. 


Polk. 


Daaville.* 


Yell. 


DardaiieUe.* 


Yell. 


De Qneen.* 


Sevier. 


Dee Are.* 


Prairie. 


Derail Blnff .* 


Prairie. 


DeWitt.* 


Arkansas. 


DoTor. 


Pope. 


Dnmaa.* 


Desha. 


B Dorado.* 


Union. 


Enreka Springs.* 
Evening »iade.* 
FayeUeidlle.* 

1 


. CarroU. 


Sharp. 
Washington. 


Ferdyoe.* 


Dallas. 


PoReetCity.* 


St. Francis. 



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FORT SMITH.* Sebastiak County. — Continued. 

Bead & McDonough, Merchants* Nat. Bank Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 12. 
Warner & Warner, Merchants* Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Attorneys for J''ort Smith <C fVeatern Railroad Co,, Wart BmUh 

BankJt Truet Co,, San Boi» Coal Company, 

Warner, Charles £. (deceased). 

Warner, Harry P. ('07). 

Warner, Cecil R. ('14). 



PLAOE. 

Ghreenvood.* 

Hamburg.* 

Hampton.* 

Hardy.* 

Harrisbuiv.* 

Harriaon.* 

Heber Springs.* 

Helena.* 

Hope. 

Hot Springs.* 



Hnntin^n. 

HnntSTille.* 

Jaoksonport. 

Jasper.* 

Joneaboro.* 

Lake Citv.* 
Lake Village.* 
Lead Hill. 
LewiavUle.* 



COUNTY. 

Sebastian. 

Ashley. 

Calhoun. 

Sharp. 

Poinsett. 

Boone. 

Cleburne. 

PhiUips. 

Hemnetead. 

Garland. 



Sebastian. 

Madison. 

Jackson. 

Newton. 

Craighead. 

Crughead. 
Chicot. 
Boone. 
La Fayette. 



NAMES OF ATTOSKET8. 

R. A. Rowe. 

G. P. George § ('98). 

Refer to Warren. 

Arthur Sullivan. 

Mardis & Mardis. 

Crump (Geo. J., '68) A Crump (Arch M., 'dS). 

M. £. Vinson. 

R. B. Campbell § ('03). 

Jas. H. McCoUum ('83). 

Martin, Wootton & Martin. 

See Card in Appendix^ poffe 12. 
Murphy ('89) & Stallcup ('01). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 12. 
Grant Gillespie. 
Refer to Fayetteville. 
Refer to Newport. 
Spears (W. P.) & Smith (J. C). 
William Carroll ('02). 

See Card in Appendix^ po^ 13. 
Refer to Jonesboro. 
Harry E. Cook ('97). 
Refer to Yellville. 
King (D. L., '83) & WhaUey § (G. T.. '08). 



lilTTLE ROCK.* Pulaski County. Pop. 60,725, 

Cockrlll & Armlstead, nol-907 Southern Trust Bldg. 

Cockrlll, Ashley ('94). 

ArmUtead^ Henry M. ('95). 
Cohn, Clayton & Cohn, 8-9-10 Kahn Building. 

Attomeffa for Bank of Commerce, Bloch^I^yonB 

Co,, Marion Hotel Co,, Scott Mayer Co, 

Cohn, Morris M. ('73). 

Clayton, Powell ('00). 

Cohn, Louis M. ('13), (Cornell, 1912). 
Coleman ('90) & Lewis ('99), Boyle Bldg. 

Coleman, Charles T. 

I^wls, William M. 
Johnson & Gray. 819-821 Boyle Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 13. 

Johnson, Benjamin S. (deceased). 

Johnson, James V. 
» Gray, Clifton W. 

Klnsworthy, Henderson & Klnsworthy, 701-709 Boyle Building-. 
Oeneral Attorneys Saint Louia, iron Mountain A Southerft RaUufa^, 

See Card in Appendix, page 13. 

Klnsworthy, £. B. ('«<i). 

Henderson, G. D. § ('02). 

Klnsworthy, B. S. CIG). (Columbia.) 
Marshall ('Sl) & Cofftnan ('84), Rooms 205 <fe 206 Southern Trust 

See Card in Appendix, page 14. [Bldfi:. 

MehaH^, Reid & Slehafiy, 715-721 Boyle Bldg. 

Sfe Card in Appendix, page 14. 

Mehaffv, T. M. 

Reid, Chas. C. 

MehafTy, Jas. W. 

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lilTTLE ROCK.* Pulaski Covvty.-- Continued, 

Peniberton, Walter H. ('85), 902-903 Boyle BIdgr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 14. 
RatclUTe & RatcUfley 719-721 Southern Trust Building. 
Counsel for Travelers Ins, Co, and Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 15. 

Ratcliffe, W. C. ('66). 

Rateliffe, Cnromins ('99). (Harvard.) 
Rlddlck COV A Dobyna (*08), Suite 709 Boyle Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 15. JT'^^'^ ^^ 

^toeS, HkMCNOWAT, CANTREIiL, LOUOHBOBOUOH & MlLBS, 314 W. tfark' 

HsMiifowAT, W. E. ('76). Gantrell, D. H. ('92). 

R08S, G. B. ('75). LouoHBOROUOH, J. F. ('95). 

Miles, V. M. 



'14). 



COTJIITT. 

ibarg. Sevier. 

LAnoke.* Lonoke. 

MaKnolia.* Columbia. 

BCafvem.* Hot Springs. 

Mjumnoth Spring. Fulton. 

Lee. 




If AMES OF ATTOBMETS. 

Refer to De Queen. 

Trimble (Thos. C, Jr.,'04) A Williama § 

C. W. McKay. 
H. Berger. 
Refer to Salem. 
Daggett & Daggett. 
Refer to Memphis, Tenn. 
Refer to YeUvUle. 
Godwin & Harris. 
W. M. Pipkin. 
Williamson & Williamson. 
W. P. Strait. 

Dyer (W. M.) <fc AUey (W. C). 
W. H. Miller. 
Earl Witt. 
J. C Pinniz. 
John W. Bishop § ('96). 

€f€n'l Atty, MempMe, Dallae Jt €hiilf.B,B, €Om 
Jno. W. ('01) A Jos. M. Stayton ('85). 
J. T. Coston. 
Carter & Ford. 
Block dt Kirsch. 
Anthony Hall. 
Refer to Little Rock. 
Spence (W. E.) <& Dudley (R. H.). 
Bridges ('87),Wooldrldge ('82) A Wool- 

dridxe ('15). 

See Card in Appendix, page 15. 
Danaher & Danaher. 

See Card in Appendix, page 15. 
E. G. Schoonover. 

Refer to Blaokrock. ['83). 

McRae (Thos. C, '72) <& Tompkins (W. V., 
Refer to Piggott. 
C^rge F. Brown. 

Duty (John R., '07) & Duty (daude, '09). 
R. B. Wilson. 
Kay & Northoutt. 

Rachels (J. N. '95) & Ritter (M. J., '16). 
Refer to Pine BlufF. 
A. L. Smith. 
A. J. Johnson. 

Ingram (John L.) <& Holt $ (Robt. E.). 
WilUam H. Arnold. 

See Card in Appendix, page 16. 
Southmayd (L. H., '75) & Southmayd § 
Refer to Wynne. [(L. H., Jr., '11). 

Refer to Pine Bluff. 
Bates & Duncan. 
W. A. Cunningham. 

D. A. Bradham. 
Refer to Hope. 

Ogan (S. W.) & Argabright (R. A.). 
Elmer O. Owens (>()6). 

See Card in Appendix, page 12. 
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Marion.* 


Crittenden. 


ManhaU.* 


Searcy. 


Melbourne.* 


Izard. 


Mena.* 


Polk. 


Montioello.* 


Drew. 


Morrillton.* 


Conway. 


BCoantain Home.* 


Baxter. 




Stone. 


Mount Ida.*. 


Montgomery. 


BCurfi eesboro.* 


Pike. 


Naahville.* 


Howard. 


Newport.* 


Jackson. 


Oweola.* 


Mississippi. 


Ourk.* 


Franklin. 


Para^onld.* 


Greene. 


Paris.*' 


Logan. 


Perrjnrine.* 


Perry. 


Pingott.* 
F^e Blufll* 


Cky. 
Jefferson* 


Poeahontas.* 


Randolph. 


Powbatan.* 


Lawrence. 


Frawsott.* 


Nerada. 


Reetor. 


CUy. 


RJKin.* 


Cleveland. 


Bocera. 


Benton. 


RvneUTille.* 


Pope. 
Fulton. 


Salem.* 


Seare^.* 
Sbetidan.* 


White. 
Gbant. 


Siloam Springs. 


Benton. 


Star City.* 


Lincoln. 


Stattgart.* 


Arkansas. 


Tezarkana** 


Miller. 


Van Baren.* 


Crawford. 


Vandale. 


Cross. 


Vamer.* 


Lincoln. 


Waldroa.* 


Scott. 


Walaiit Kidge.* 


Lawrence. 


Warrenu* 


Bradley. 


Wadhingtaii.* 
Wynne.* 


Hempstead. 
Cross. 


TeUTllle.* 


Marion. 



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ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 



ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 



Capital^ Sacsamsnto. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOB. 

Alameda. 

Altiina.* 

Anaheim. 

AntiooH. 

Auburn.* 

Bakersfield.* 

Benioia. 

Berkeley. 

Chico. 

CloTerdale. 

Colton. 

Colnaa.* 

Corona. 

Creaoent City.* 

DaTisville. 

Downey. 

Downieville.* 

Dutch FUt. 

El Centro.* 

EUsinore. 

Emeryville. - 

Esooncbdo. 

Eureka.* 

Fairfield.* 

Folsom City. 

Fort BragsT* 

Fort Jones. 

Fresno.* 

Oalt. 

Gilroy. 

Gnus Valley. 

Hanford.* 

Hayward. 

Healdsburg. 

Holiister.* 

Imperial. 

Inaependenoe.* 

Jackflon.* 

KnigfhtB Jjanding. 

Lakeport.* 

Liyerraore. 

Long Beach. 



COUNTY. 

Alameda. 
Modoc. 
Orange. 
Contra Costa. 
Placer. 

Kern. 

Solano. 

Alameda. 

Butte. 

Sonoma. 

San Bernardino. 

Colusa. 

Riverside. 

Del Norte. 

Yolo. 

Los Angeles. 

Sierra. 

Placer. 

Imperial. 

Riverside. 

Alameda. 

San Diego. 

Humboldt. 

Solano. 

Sacramento. 

Mendocino. 

Siskiyou. 

Fresno. 

Sacramento. 

Santa Clara. 

Nevada. 

Kings. 

Alameda. 

Sonoma. 

San Benito. 

Imperial. 

Inyo. 

Amador. 

Yolo. 

Lake. 

Alameda. 

Los Angeles. 



NAMES OF ATTOBmCTS. 

R. B. Tappan. 

A. K. WyUe. 

H,. G. Ames i ('01). 

Refer to Martinez. 

Ben. P. Tabor5(»78). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 16. 
Thomas Scott § ('87). 
J. R. Cronin. 
Refer to Oakland. 
G. R. Kennedy. 
Refer to Healdsburg. 
Refer to San Bernardino. 
U. W. Brown. 
W. S. Clayson, Jr. 
George \\ . Howe. 
Refer to Woodland. 
J. H. ArdtB. 

Wehe (F. R.) & Redding (W. I., »0D. 
Refer to Auburn. 
J. S. Ross. 
Refer to Riverside. 
H. L. Breed. 
L. N. Turrentine. 
J. F. Coonan. 
Refer to Suisun City. 
Refer to Sacramento. 
Refer to Ukiah. 
Refer to Yreka. 
F. E. Cook § ('96), 

See Card in /ippendix^ page 16. 
Refer to Sacramento. 
Refer to San Joe^. 
L. P. La Rue. 
Chas. £. Watkinson $ ('12). 
Refer to Oakland. 
£. M. Morton ('90). 
George W. Jean. 
R. 1). McPherrin. 
W. A. Lamar. 
C. P. Vicini. 
Refer to Woodland. 
H. B. Churchill § ('07). 
Clarke & Clarke. 

Denio § (E. C, '91) & Hart § (George A., »08). 
Att*ya Nat, B*k of Long Beach and 

Long Beach Satt, B'k, 



liOS ANGELES.* Los Angeles County. Pop. 319,198. 

[Building. Cable Ad. Jaques. 
Adams § ('91), Adams ('93) &> Blnf ord § ('0f>), 716-721 Van Nnys 
J}epo9itions earefwUy taken, ISHue eomntisBion» to L, B, Bin ford, Notary • 
Befer to ContnierHal Nationnl Bank and Armour A Co,, Chicago, 
See Card in Appendix ^ wige 17. 
AUen § ('94), Allen § ('in) & Swender, Suite 620 Ferguson Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 17. 
Allen & Weyl, 219 H. ^V. Hellman Bldg. Cable Ad. Caralen. 
See Cara in Appendix, page 18. 
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ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 11 

liOS ANGBLiES.* Los Ahoblss Couktt. — Cantintted. 

Barker, I>oiiald9 Suite 1029 Title Imnranoe Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 16. 
Bennett, James 8., 1108-13 Uibernian Bldir- 
ifo 8nt€M eolleetions desired. 

See Card in Appendix, page 17. 
BlckBler, Smith & Parke, Citizens National Bank Bldg. 
€^eneral CivU :Practiee. 

See Card in Appendix, page 18. 
Bowen & Bailie, 1041 Citizens National Bank Bldg. 

Gmi^eral CivU Practice in all Courtt. Kefer to CiHwens yoHatuU 

Bank, Xos Angelee; R. O, l>un Jt Co,, etc. 

Sep Card in Appendix, page 19. 
CampbeiJL Walter M., 921 Security Bldg. Cable Ad. Cainpbell.|| 

See Card in Appendix, page 18. 
Casey, Walter T., 626 American Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^age 19. 
Cates & Robinson, 701 Washington Bldg. 

Cates, Alton M. ('96). 

Robinson, Dudley W. COS). 
Clarlc, OUver O., § Suite 501 InTestment Bldg. 
Mtferoneeo: StaU •tui Federal Judges and Firet Ifatianal Bank, BUndaU* 

See Card in Appendix^ page 19. _ 

ColUer, Frank C. ('91). Suite 811 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 20. 
Davis, Clias. Cassat, § 448 Wilcox Block. 

Attorney for the Globe Savingt Bank and othor CorporoHonM. 

See Card in Appendix, page 20. lDOClcweller.ll 

DockweUer, Isidore B. $ ('89), Suite 1035 Van Nnys Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 20. 
Flint & Jntten, 1046 Title Ins. Bldg. Cable Ad. Fllntjut.U 

Attorney for First National Bank, and Crown City Truet Jt 

Saeings Bank, Pasadena. General Civil Practice. 

See Card in Appendix, page 21. 
IGiBSON, Dunn &. Ckutcheb, Suite 1111 Merchants Nat. Bank Bldg. 

GiBsoN^AB. A. Habkims, S. M. 

Dunn, W. E. Bacon, Edward E. 

Cbutohbb, Albebt. Gibson, Jab. A., Jb. 

Strbbt, Norman S. Babnuili^, Wm. A. 
Gray. Wheaton A., 1020 Title Insurance Bldg. 
Hawkins, En^ne A. ('95), 1002-1004 Title Insurance Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 21. 

Helm, ^nn,^ rBlO,^^ ^^ ^,^^^ jsuite 918 Title Insurance Bldg. .f h,^^^ 

HUtt, William SI. ("93), 421 W. I. Hollingsworth Bldg. Cable Ad. 
General Practice, Admiralty Law, Before to any Bank or Trust Co* 
Hollzer, Harry A. § ('02), Suite 732 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 22. ^uranoe Bldg. 

Hnnsaker & Brltt and LeRoy M. Edwards, 1132-1143 Title In- 

Hunsaker, Wm. J. 

Britt, E. W. 

Edwards, LeRoy M. 
Jennings, Robert P., § ('01) 318 Security Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 20. 
Jones A Bennett. (See James S. Bennett.) 
Jones & Weller, Suite 500 Union League Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 22. [Kemp.li 

Kemp. Mitchell & Silberberg, 1215 Hollingsworth Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 22. 
Lee, Bradner W., Suite 820 HT W. Hellman Bldg. Cable Ad. Leebra.|| 
JLWy for City A County Bank, Contested litigation, Federal PracHee* 

See Card in Appendix, page 23. 
Lewinsolin^ Joseph L., Title Insurance Bldg. 

See Card tn Appendix, page 23. 
Idndiey, Angus R^ $ 314 Wilcox Bldg. 
Uoy^ Olieney & Geibel, 906 Central Bldg. 

Lloyd, Warren £. 

Cheney, H. D. 

GMbel, Martin E. § 
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12 ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 

LiOS ANGELAS.* hoB Augvles CowTT. — CimHnued. 

Macdonald, J. Wiseman. 

Boland, WiUiam F. 1 

Hver, Qrain^r. \ 512 Higsins Bldg. Gable Ad. Wiseman . B 

Wallace W. W. j 
Mack & luitzeuberg, Snite 802 Secnritj Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 23. 
Moore, Peyton H., (>01-607 Black Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix,, page 23. - 
Morrison. Fred W., 611 AiAerican Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 24. 
Mulf ord § & Dryer § ('04), Suite 615 I. N. Van Kays Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 24. [Mulford.fl 

Neioe & Packard; 824-^ Citizens Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 24. 
O'Melveny, Mlllikln & TuUer. 825 Title Insurance Bldg. 

O'Melyenv, H. W. Millikin, £. £. 

TuUer, Walter E. MacneU, Sayre. 

O'M elve ny, St uart. 

Finch, Joseph C. Pinney, Warren B. 

Page (Benjamin E.) & Arthur C. Hurt, Herman W. Hellman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 25. [Cable Ad. Paf ehurt* 

Pierce, Critchlow & Barrette, Hibernian Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 26. 
Porter &> Sutton, §900-902 Central Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 26. {Ad. Scarbowen. 

Scarborough ('84) &Bowen, Suite 1225 Washington Biulding- Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 26. 
Selby, Edward M. ('96), 920 Central Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 26. 
Taylor & Forgy, Suite 903 Calif omia Building. 

Taylor, W. S. ('86). 

FoTgj, E. W. § ('95). 
TumbuU, Rupert B., Washington Building. 
General practice. Prompt attention to busineat in SinUhem CaU/k^miOm 

See Card in Appendix, page 27. 
Winston, Frederick J. ('88), 420 Union Oil Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 27. 
Works &. Jordan, Suite 718 Investment Bldg. 

Works, John D. 

Jordan, C. Hughes. 
Depositions, etc. 

M. J. BedaU, § 809 California Bldg. Cable Ad. B«dall. 
Depoaition Notary and Shorthand Reporter, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 20. 

PLACK. COUKTY. NAMES OF ATTOBNIETB. 

Madera.* Madera. R. L. Harerove. 

Mariposa.* Mariposa. Refer to Merced. 

Markleeyille.* Alpine. Refer to Carson City, Ner* 

Martinez.* Contra Costa. W. 8. Tinning ('79). 

MarysYille.* Yuba. W. H. Carlin. 

Mendocino. Mendocino. Refer to Ukiah. 

Merced.* Merced. F. W. Henderson. 

Modesto.* Stanislaus. Brown §(W. J., '98) <& Hindman §(Jay A.,'88). 

Monterey. Monterey. Hudson, Martin <& Jorgenson. 

Napa.* Napa. J. T. York. 

Nevada City.* Nevada. F. T. Nilon § ('88). 

North Cuoamonga. San Bernardino. Refer to San Bernardino. 

OAKLAND.* Alameda County. Pop. 160,174. 

Bell, Bell & Smith, Tliomson Buildmg. Cable Ad. Bell. II 
See Card in Appendix, page 28. 
Bell, Harmon. 
Bell, Traylor W. 
Smith, Stanley J. 
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ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 



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OAKIiAND.* Ai^HEDA CouirrY. — Continued, 

Breed, H. Lu. } 201-2Q5 Oakland Bank of Sav. Bldg. 

See Card m Appendix^ page 27. 
De Golia, Geo. E. § (79), Ckkland Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Degolia. I 
Dunn ('gH), White ('04) & Aiken ('03), Syndicate Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 28. 
SliMsen, Edward R., 910 Syndicate Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix. pcLoe 30. 
Peck, Banker & Cole, Syndicate Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 29. 
Peck, James F. Col^, Walter D* 

Bunker, William B. Peck, Charles M. 

Powell, William A. § rO(J), 614 Syndicate Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 28. 

S^hS^S: :fel^rd N. 5 I Se«-rit, Bank BuUdiBg. 

Snook & Church, Security Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Snochuroh.1 
AtUimeyefor Security Bank. 
See Card in Appendix, page, 30. 
Snook, C. £. 
Chnrcn, L. S. 



PLAOB. 



Oceanride. 
OwTiUe.* 
Padfic Grore. 
Palo AltD. 



COUMTY. 



Son Diego. 
Butte. 
Monterev. 
Santa Clara. 



KAinES OF ATTOBNBTB. 



David Rorick ('93). 
Jones <& Jones. 
SUas W. Mack § ('94). 
N. £. Malcohn. 



PASADENA. Los Anoeuss County. Pop. 38,291. 

Porter § & Sutton, § Suite 1 Union Savings Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 26. 
Winston, Frederick J. ('88), 402 Central Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 27. 



P«oEU>bles. 

Penis. 

Petainma. 

PUoerville.* 

Pomona. 

Qunoy.* 

Red BlofF.* 

Reddine.» 

Redlands. 

Redwood City.* 

Riverside.* 

St. Helena. 



Saa Luis Obispo. 

Riverside. 

Sonoma. 

£1 Dorado. 

Los Angeles. 

Plumas. 

Tehama. 

Shasta. 

San Bernardino. 

San Mateo. 

Riverside. 

Napa. 



A. Webster. 

Refer to Riverside. 

Fred S. HoweU. 

George H. Thompson § ('99). 

Nichols, Cooper <k Hickson. 

H. B. Wolfe. 

McCoy & Gans. 

Tillotson & Anderson. 

£. G. Pratt. 

Ross & Ross. 

Sarau (Geo. A.« '00) & Thompso 

Refer to Napa. 



n (EL. 



L., 



SACRAMENTO.* Saobamekto County. Pop. 75,000. 

Oowney §, Pullen § & Downey, Farmers & Mechanics Bank Bldg. 
Jteferto The JFort Sutter National Jianh or any Bank 
or Bueineee Mouse in Sacramento. 

See Card in Appendix, page 30. 
Dunn § ('82) & Brand 6 ('12), 500-508 Capital Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 30. [Ad. Kleinsorge, 

Klelnsorge, William E. ('fKl), <i05 Peoples Sav. Bank Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 31. 



Salinas.* Monterey. C. F. Lacey. 

Stn Andreas.* Calaveras. Will A. Dower § ('03). 

San Bernardlno.*San Bernardino. Goodcell ('75) & Goodcell ('01). 

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14 ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 

SAN DIEGO.* 8an Diboo Couktt. Pop. 49,000. 

Hlzar, J. C. § ('94), 306 American Nat. Bank Bldg. CaMe Ad. Hizar.|l 
Attomey for the Atn^ean national Banhm 
See Card in Appendix, page 31. 
OTarrelK Fred f (*96), 908, 909, 910 American Nat. Bank Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 31. 
mohardBon, F. L. § ('00)^ 907-909 American Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 32. 
Smithy Sam Ferry § ('89), baite 404 Southern Title Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 32. 
Sweet, Stearns & Forward, 301-306 Union Bldg. 
Attorney B for San IHego Savings Sank* 
Sweet, A. H. § 
Steams, Frederic W. 
Forward, Charles H. 

SAN FRANCISCO.* Sam Frakomco Codhty. Pop. 520,000. 

Ackerman, Lloyd S., 401-2-3-4 Neyada Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 33. 
Bonestell & Pldweil, 517 Mills Bldg. Cable Ad. Stellwetl. 

See Card in Appendix, page 33. [Chic^reff. 

Chickerinii; & Gregory, 1232 Merchants Exchange. Cable Ad. 

Chi ckering, W. H . 1875-19ir). Chickering, Allen L. 

Qregory, Warren. Whipple, George H. 

Williams, Evan. 
Coffey ('02) & Coffey (*01) and Leonard ('09), 669 Mills Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 33. 
Corbet & Selby, 1201 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Corbet.ll 

See Card in Appendix, page 34. 
Cross, R. H. ('99), 644>^7 Mills Bldg. Cable Ad. Cr08Slaw.|| 
Attorney for Swedish- Amentean Sank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 34. [Qesdin.| 

DInkelsplel, Henry G. W., 412-418 Chronicle Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Att'y in San l^aneisco for W, A J. Sloane A Co,, Equitabie JAfe AMSwran^m 
Society , JFauikner, Page A Co., N. Y,, and W. S. M^eek A €o,, Syracuse, Km F> 

See Card in Appendix, page 34. 
Dorsey, J. W. ('77). Royal Insurance Bldg. 
Harris A Hess, § 704-707 Chronicle Bldg. Cable Ad. HartMt. 

See Card in Appendix, page 34. [HttlpOW* 

Heller, Powers & Khrman, Nevada Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Heller, £. S. 

Powers, Frank H. 

Ehrraan, Sidney M. [Cable Ad. H«rten. 

Herrington ('80) & Clausen ('02), 701 Clunie Bldg. 619 California St. 
Befin' to Jt, S. J^ovett, Chairman Xxeeutive Committee U, P. Syststn, Jf. 7. 

See Card in Appendix, paae 35. 
Hoefler, L. M., California Pacific Building. Cable Ad. Manoourt. 
Humphreys, \Villlam Penn ('96), 58 Sutter St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 35. 
Kirk, Jos. rsO), 444 Market St. 
Knight A Heffgerty, 809 Crocker Bldg. 

Knight, Geo. A. 

Heggerty^has. J. 

Madden, Wm. M. 
Lindley & Elckhofl^ 604 Mills Bldg. Cable Ad. Chrysalis.| 

Lindley, Curtis H. 

Eickhoff, Henry. 

Blake, Frank J. 

Colby, William E. 
McAllister, Elliott, 714 Nevada Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Acam.U * 
McCutchen, Olney & Willard, 1107 Merchants Exchange Bldg. 

McCutchen, Pxlward J. Olney, Warren, Jr. Willard, Charles W. 

Campbell, Ira A. Mannon, J. M., Jr. Greene, A. Crawford. 

MuUer, P. J. [Macen^rney. 

McEnerney, Garret W., Ilobart Bldg., Market St. Cable Ad. 
Miller, John H., Crocker Bldg. Cable Ad. Hydraulic. 
See Card in Appendix, page 35. 
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J^TTOBKEYS IN CAUFOKNIA. 16 

SAN FRANCISCO.* Sak Fbjlscjboo County. -* Chntimmd. 

Jlorrta, Leon K., 900-904 Fint NatioD&l Bank Bids. GMa Ad. Morris. 
jMrorri^n, Dunne. ^ Brobeck, 709-18 Crocker BkUr. 

Mopriaon, A. F. (^81). Brobeck, W. l7?92). 

Dunne, Peter F. Hokfeld, EdvanU- ' 

Myrick & Deerinx, 916 Nevada Bank BId«r. CaMe Ad. Deering. 

Peering, Frank P. 

Kkde, AUen I. 

Scott, James Walter. • « 

Harrington, J. J. , 
Peoky Banker & Cole^ Crocker Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 29. 
' PiUi^bury, Madison & Batro, Standard (Ml BMf . Cable Ad. .Evans.tl 

BUsbnry, £. S. Sntro, Alfred. ^ ■• :.-.''• 

Madji^a, Ftank D. Pillabury, Horace D. 

Sutra, Oscar. 
Pomeroy, Carter P., 7O;2-706 Kohl Bldg. Cable Ad. Pomeroy.(i -. 
RotbchUd, Golden & Rothchlld, 1061 MUla Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Avpendix^ page ^, X^S^phVOth. 

Samter^ Samuel Sf., Mills Buildiog. 

Cafnmereial, JProbate, an4 Meal JBttate Z>auf,. Specialties, 
jProfnpt persontU atieniion given aUintsines»* 

See Card in Appendiic^ page 36. 
Shortlefl; Charles A., 800-8O1 Fozcroft Bide. 

Smith, WlUard P., Sixteenth Floor, 2 Third St. Cable Ad. WllJard. 
General Civil Praetiee in all State and Federal Courts, 

See Ml page Card in Ajipendix, page 37. [Ad. $tpi(iey. 

Stoney, Roulean. Stoney A Palmer, 240 Mbiitgomery St. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, paae 36. [Bldg. 

Sullivan A Sullivan and Theo. J. Roche, 1X08 Humboldt Bank 

SulHvan, Matt. I. . -« / 

Sallivan|J. F. 

Roche, Theodore J. ' ; * ' 

Talbbtt, Bdward J., Mut^ial Sav. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 36. 
Thomas, Bee^ & lianaffan, 310 Sansome St. Cable Ad. Tomark. 

Thomas, William. !Beedy, Louis S. 

LanagaUy James. 

White. Wm. K., 423-6 Crocker Bldfc. 

See Card in Appendix ^age 36. . • . • 

Wiel, Samuel C, Merchants Exchange Bldg. Cable Ad. Wiscat. 

Water, Irrigation and Mining Law, 
Wil liamson, W.y. 1 

. Jones, Horace^Tillard. . nil-1120 Merchants National Bank Bldg. 

&n>k'5;H. 1 [Cable Ad. Doc's. 

Wright A Wright A Stetson, 1018 Mills Building. Cable Ad. Ldxo. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 38. 
Hotavles and Commissioners of Deeds, 

J. D. Brown, f 206 Humboldt Bank Bldg. 

See Cora in Appendix^ page 38. 
M. V. Collins, § 433 California St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 38. 
W. W. Healey, § 206-7-8 Cropker Bldg. 

See Card in Append ixj_page 39. 
W. T. Hess, \ 708-9-10-11 Hearst Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 34. 
James Mason, § 430 California St. 

See Card in Aj^pendix, page 38. 
Mercantile Collections, 

O. A. Curtin, 1021-1023 Monadnock Bldg. Cable Ad. Curtlnbeal.||. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 40. 

SAN JOS^.* SaittA Cla&a^ Ootmrr. Pop. 88,575. 

Bowden, Nicholas ('80), Rooms 412, 413, 414 Bank of San Jos^ Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 40. 
Lorigan, C. M. § ('89), First National Bank Bldg. 
General Civil JPraetiee in all Courts, 

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ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 

SAN JOSfe.* Samta Glaba County. --Coitftmtei/. 

McGinniS) J. S. § ('90). 88-9 Anzerais Bldg. Gable Ad. MeQinnit.ii 
General l^raotiee. Att'y for Bradetrtet, Xefert to Btmk of San Joa4, 

See Card in Appendix, page 40. 
Wilcox, Bdwin A. $ (>93), (i06 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

8e€ Card in Appendix, page 40. 



PLAOB. OOUKTT. 

San Jacinto. Riyenide. 

San Loandio. Alameda. 

San Lois Obispo.* San Luis Obispo. 

San Rafael.* Marin. 

Santa Ana.* Orance. 

Santa Barbara** Santa Bcurbara. 



Santa Clara. 
Santa Gnu.* 
Santa Moniea. 

Santa Paala. 
Santa Rosa.* 



Sefana. 
Sonoia.* 
South Bivetslde. 



Santa Clara. 
Santa Cms. 
Los Angeles. 

Ventura. 
Sonoma. 



Fresno. 

Tuolumne. 

Riverside. 



KAM BS or ▲TTOBVSTS. 

Refer to Riyerside. 
Harris P. Jones § Cll). 
G. P. Kaetxel. 

Thos. P. Boyd. [J.)- 

Scarborougrli (Jaa. Q., *84) A Fornr } (Horatio 
Richards (*66), Carrier (*80) & Ueaney. 
[Cable Ad. Jarrett.R 

8ee Card in Appendix, page 41. 
Refer to San Jos^. ^nyder (B. B.. *13). 

Netherton ( W. P., *96), Johnston (J. L^ ^06) 4c 
Tanner § (R. R., '86), Odell § ®. W., 'Sft). 

Odell § (R. A., '06) A; Taft $ (H. W., '12). 
Refer to Ventura. 
John Tyler Campbell \ CdG). 
Geary (Thos. J., '77), Geary f (W. FinUw. 

'13) & Geary § (Donald, '14). 
Sheppard & Sheppard. 
Rowan Hardin. 
Refer to Riyezside. 



STOCKTON.* San Joaquin County. Pop. 29,253. 

[Bank Bldff . 
Ashley, Gumpert & Shaughneasy, 806-7-S-9 Farmers k Merchants 
Mr, Ashleff etiheeriber for over Htenty yemre to HukbeWs, 
See Card in Appendix, page 41. 
Clary & Loattlt. 905-&-7-8 Farmers A Merchanto Bank Bldg. 
Clary, DeWitt ('97). 

Louttit, Thos. S. $ ('03). [Woodlnsk. 

Ijevlnsky, Arthur L.» ('85), Central Bldg.. 242 E. Iklain St. Cable Ad. 
Parkinson, O. B. § ('94)^ 208-209 Sayings it Loan Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 41. 



Snisun City. 

Susanyille.* 

Troekee. 

Turlock. 

Ukiah.* 

Vallejo. 

Ventura.* 

Visalia.* 

Watsonyille. 

Woayeryille.* 

Whittier. 

Willits. 

WiHow.* 

Winters. 

Woodland.* 



Yreka.* 
Yuba City.* 



Solano. 

Lassen. 

Neyada. 

Stanislaus. 

Mendocino. 

•Solano. 

Ventura. 

Tulare. 

Santa Cruz. 

Trinity. 

Los Angles. 

Mendoeino. 

Glenn. 

Yolo. 

Yolo. 



Siskiyou. 
Sutter. 



Deylin A Raines. 

R. M. Rankin § C02). 

Kelley <fe Eelley. 

Andrew Johnston § (*95), 

Robert Duncan. 

Frank R. Deylin $ ('93). 

Barnes <& Weldon. 

Power § (Maurice £., '85) <fe McFadzean § 

(Daniel, '93). 
Sans § (A. W., '99) <& Hudson § (R. H., '08). 
H. R. Giyen. 
Owens <& Wingert. 
Refer to Ukiah. 
Moody & Bell. 
Refer to Woodland. 

Charles W. Thonias ('79), and Charles 
W. Thomas, Jr. ('05). 
See Card in Appendix, page 41. 
Tapscott § (Ja8.R.,'89) <fc Tapscott § (C. A„'08). 
Sanborn <& Schillig. 
Union Telegraph Code. 



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ATTOKXEYS IN tLOLOKADO. 



17 



Ajitonito. 



ATTORNEYS IN COLORADO. 

Capital^ DsNYEB. 
For information concerning Attorneyfl, see page 2. 



Buena Vista.* 
BmliiiirtoiL.* 
GaftonCity.* 
CMtle Book.* 



Citf.* 
diayenne WellB.* 
Coloiauio Citj. 



OODICTT. 

Watliingfton. 

Alamoea. 

GonejQS. 

FStJcmr 

Boulder. 

Sammit. 

Adams. 

Chaffee. 

Kit Canon. 

Fremont. 

Doof^lai. 

C^pm. 

Cheyemie. 

EI Paso. 



NAMB8 OF ATTOBHSra. 

Isaac Pdton. 
John T. Adams (*00). 
John T. Adams (*00). 
James M. Downmg. 
A. M. Beresford § ('83). 
Refer to Leadville. 
Geo. A. Garard § ('78). 
George K. Hartenstein ('89). 
Oodmian A Godsmaa. 
Waldo, Hunter A Thomas. 
Refer to Denver. 
Chase VTithrov § ('74). 
Refer to Colorado Springs. 
Refer to (Colorado Springs. 



GOIiORADO SPRINGS.* El Paso CouirrT. Pop. 29,078. 

M eintyre § A Melntyrey Mclntyre-Bamett BIdg. Cable Ad. Metwfn. 
See full page Card in Appendix, page 42. 



COBBJO*.* 


Conejos. 


Refer to Alamosa. 


Cortea.* 


MonteaonuL 


W. F. Mowry. 


Cn«.* 


Koffat. 


Refer to Meeker. 


Creede.* 


Bfineral. 


Refer to Del Norte. 


GnpfileGMak.* 
DdTliorte.* 


Tellar. 


E. G. Vannatta. 


RioGrawla. 


W. Soott CairoU. 


IMtft.* 


Delta. 


R. A. King h CU). 



DENVER.* 

(City and County of.) Pop. 213,381. 

▲nderson. Frederick D., Title Gnaranty Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 43. 
Andrna & Andrua ('81), 823-824 Symes Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 43. 
IBartela and Blood, Suite 729 A. C. Foster Building. Cable Ad. 

Bartela, G. C. Bartela, Earl G. [Bartelt. 

Bloody James H. Blood, Walter W. 
Brown, James H. ('81), 



Smw'^W^ j Suite 317 James a Brown Bldg. 

Ck»llier, RobertV87), 602->607 Ernest & Cranmer Building. Cable Ad. 
SolieiiUtg the Settlement o/JEetatee in Colorado. [Coflfef. 

See Card in Appendix, page 44. 
Cranston, Pitkin & Moore, 439-442 Equitable Building. 
Cranston, Earl M. 
Pitkin, Robert J. 
Moore, William A. 
Dana A Blount, Equitable Bldg. 

Colorado Counsel American Surety Co* of New Torh* 
See Card in Appendix, page 43. 
Dayton & Denloua, 815^^17 Ernest & Cranmer Building. 
See Card in Appendix, page 44. 
I>eBTer ooBttnued on next page. 

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ATTORNEYS IN COLORADO. 



DENVER.* 

(City and County of.) — Continued, 

c / /: [Gable Ad. Qoudell.1 

Goudy, Twitchell & Burkhardt. Suite 420 Symes Building. 
Goudy, Frank C. (78). Twitchell, L. F. ('80). 
Burkhardt, J. H. ('0 4). 

- Gaudy, Frank B. (46). Steinhauer, Ernest P. ('10). 

Kau8, H. R. ('13). 
Or»iit & WelUngtoii, 450 Equitable Bldg. Gable Ad. Vantll , 

See Card in Appendix^ page 44. 
Grozler, Joshua § ('90)^ Gll-614 Ernest &, Granmer Biulding. 

See Card in Appendix, page 44. [Gable Ad. JoSfer.! 

Hindry, Friedman & Brewster^ 1222 Foster Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 45. 
Hodges, WUllam v., 319 Colorado Nat. Bank Bmlding* 
Hodges & Wilson, 319 Colorado Nat. Bank Building. Gabld Ad. 

Hodges, Geors:e L. [Hodg^.B 

Wilson, D. Eagar. § 
Humphreys, Harrfe M. ('91), 936-7 Equitable Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix ^ PPQ^ ^* [HarhuiVl.l 

Kilton & Gibons, 425^27 Century Bldg. Cable Ad. Kllton.ll 

SeeJCard in Appendix^ page^, _ 

Building. 




McLean, Hugh ('06), 1226 Foster Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 46. 
Murray & Ingersoll, ouite 406 Symes Building. 
Meal JEatate and I^robate Laui, 

Murray, John G. (*87). 

Ingersoll, Hiram D. ('87). 

Stephens, H. Wendell. [Ad. Thobrvle. 

Pershing, Nye, Fry & Tallmadge, Suite 519 BquitaUe Bldg. Cable 
Corporation, Mining, and Trrtgation Imw, 

Refer to any Bank or Trust Company in Ikenver, 

See Card in Appendix, page 46. 

Pershing, James H. Nye, George L. 

Fry, John H. Tallmadge^ Myles P. 

Peters ('94) & Barker $ ('01), Equitable Bldg. 

See Card in Appenaix^page 47. [Ponsford. 

Ponsf ord & Carnlne, Suite 424 Ernest & Cranmer Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 46. 
Robinson & Robinson. § (Continental Buildmg. Gable Ad. Robrob. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 47. 
Rogers, Ellis A Jonnsott, A. G. Foster Building. Cable Ad. Roeut. 

See Card in Appendix, page 47. [Rogshafgreg.O 

Rogers ('73) & Rogers ('08), 4D1t407 McPHee Bbildiiv. . .<kHe AdT 

See Card in Appendix, page 47. 
Smith, Brock & Ferguson, Suite 300 Wight Bldg. 
Smith, Milton. Brock, Charles R. 
Ferguson, W. H. 

Armstrong, R. F. Akolt, John P. "« 
Webb, D. lu COO), 830 Poster Bldg. ' 
General Civil Praetiee, 
'See Card in Appendix, page 48. 
Wilkinson & Giusta, Cooper Bldg. 
latent liuainess JCxeltunvely, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 68. 



PULOB. 

Durango.* 

Eads.* 

Eldora. 

Eureka. 

Evans. 

Fairplay.* 

Fleming. 



COUNTY. 

La Plata. 

Kio-wa. 

Boulder. 

San Juan. 

Weld. 

Park. 

Logan. 

II Use Western 



NAMES OV ATTtRJXZtB. 

J. A. PuUiam. 
Refer to Pueblo. 
Refer to Moulder. 
Refer to Silvertqn. 
Refer to Greeley. ^ 
Refer to Buena Yista. 
Refer to Sterling. 



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ATTOBNEYS IN COLORADO. 



19. 



OOUBTT. 

Fremont. 
Fort Ck>lliBS.* Lfirimer. 



Fort Mocgan.* Morgan. 

GeoTKetown.* Clear Creek. 

Oladstooe. San Juan. 

Glenwood Spiiogs.* Garfield. 

Goklsn.^ Jeiferaon. 

GoldfieUL TeUer.. 

ftnd Mesa. 

Junction.* 



Weld. 

Gonnifion. 

Roatt. 

PhflliDB. , 

Grand. 

San Jnan. 

Linooln. 

Clear Creek. 

Sedgwick. 

Elbert. 

Otezo. 

fiinadale. 

IVowers. 

Bent. 

Lake. 

Arapahoe. 

Bonlder. 

Larimer. 

Rio Blanco. 

Rio Grande. 

Montroee. 

Crowley. 

Ooray. 

Archuleta. 

Mesa. 

Gunniaon. 



Halm's Peak.* 

Holyoke.* 

Hot Solphnr Spgs.* 

HowaraBYille. 

Hneo.* 

Idaho Springs. 

JiJoabnrg.* 



L«a Junta.* 

aty.* 



Animas.* 
liittleton.* 



Xjoreland. 



r.' 



Ifonte Vista. 

Hontiose.* 

Ordwajr.* 




KAXES OF ATTORNEYS. 

J. D. Blunt. 

stow $ COO), stover ('04) A Seaman ('14). 

jLUomeya for J^audfe Valley Nat, Sank* 

See Cora in Appendix^ pcige 48. 

Stephenson <& Stephenson. 

F. L. CoUom § 098). 

Refer to Silretton. 

C. W. Darrow. 

A. D. Quaitttance. 

Refer to Cripple Creek. 

McMulUn 091) & Sternberg § ('94). 
Cable Ad. Mackstern. ^ 

' See Card in Appendix^ page 06. 

Joseph C. Ewing (*03). 

H. N. Haynes (^70). . ['11). 

Sapp $ (Dexter T., '70) & Nash § (James B., 

Refer to Meeker. 

Refer to Sterling. 

Refer to Denver. 

Refer to Silverton. ^ * 

Refer to Colorado Springs. 

F. L. Collom § C98). . - 

Roy T. Johnson. 

Refer to Denver. 

Sabin, Haskin & Sabin. . - , 

Refer to Gunnison. [C, '13). 

Gordon (Willard B., '10) & Gordon (Arthur 

C. K. Sydner. 

John A. Ewing. 

R. fi. Blaokman. 

Jacob Schey. 

Refer to Fort Collins. 

Montgomery <& Clark. 

Refer to Alamosa. 

Catlin <& Blake. 

Refer to Pueblo. . 

Story (Wm., '65) <fc. Story ( Wm., Jr.,'97), and 

Frederick Steigmeyer ^96). 
A. M. Emigh. 
Refer to Grand Junction. 
Refer to Gunnison. 



PUKBLO.* PuBBLO County. Pop. 44,395. 

W. B. Vates § ('80), 212, 213, & 214 Central Block. ' 
See full page Card vn Appendix^ page 49. 



Bed Cliff.* 



RfM^yFord. 
S^aadhe.* 
sSda. 
SsB Lois.* 
SOrer Cliff.* 



South Pueblo. 
Springfield.* 
SeriSng.* , ^ 
Sulphur Springs.* 
Tellnride.* 



Walden.' 



Eaffie. 

Dolores. 

Otero. 

Saguache. 

Chaffee. 

Costilla. 

Custer. 

San Juan. 

Pueblo. 



Weateliffa. 
Wb^.* 



Logan. 

Grand. 

SanMi^eL 

Las Ajumas. 

TeUer. 

Jackson. 

Huerfano. 

Coster. 

Tuma. 



Refer to Leadville. 

Refer to Telluride. 

Glenn & Gobin. 

Means & Burford. 

WaUace SohooUield. 

Refer to Alamosa. 

Refer to Caflon City. 

Way (Wm. A.) & Curran (H. E.). 

Refer to Pueblo. 

Refer to Lamar. 

S. Emmett Naugle ('01). 

Refer to Geoigetown. 

E. B. Adams. 

James McKeough ('97). 

Alter <& Upton. 

Refer to Fort Collins. 

Chas. Hayden. 

Refer to Cation City. 



Refer to Akron. 
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aO ATTOKNEYS IN CONNECTICUT. 

ATTORNEYS IN CONNECTICUT. 

Capital, Haxcwobb. 
For infunnatjoa concemiag Attome]'!, see page 2. 

AiMoDU (town of New Hkreu. Fiederiok W. UoUeo. 

BmImI. Fuifield. Refer to Duibnry. 

Bnnford. Nev Havwi. Befer to Nev H&Tan. 

BRIDOBPOBT.* Faibfieiji Couktt. Pop. 120,000. 

Bftrtlett, Keeler & Cohn, IISS Main St. CaUe Ad. Birtcohn. 
(leHsral I'raettee In aU CotirU. Rtfer M CitM XaUvHmi Bonl 
Butlett, Fnderio A. 6 ('SSI. 
Keeler. Frederick D. { ('9S). 
Coho, Iirael J. S ('06). 
. Bmts & Beers, gss Mun St. Cable Ad. Bean. 
" - - Alfred B. S ('71). 
u«or>, Ralph T. % (W). 
C&nfleld & PullniaD, Fidetit; 



Been, Ralph T. J (W). 

i;&nfleld A PullniaD, Fidelity 
R^»rt fttplt'* Sav., Rridatport Sar., Co.. 
Bet Card in Appendix, page M 
Canfield, CharleB Stnart i {'SO] 
Pgllman. John S. S ('9 6). 
UvUanns, Edward J. { ('12). 
Seeln. W. Parker i ('16). 

Chanberiaui A Hull, 1116 Mun St. 

numil.vrl:,;„..T.C. CTCI). 



(. Bkt., A-Myepert Truat C«. 



Conii.'j & CamUy. lll.-.Miiaat. 

Uumlpj, W. 11. I'SO). 

(^omley, W. H.,Jr. COB). 

Coitdey, Arthur M. CIOl. 
H&rsti, Slflcldard A Day, Snit« 810, Flnt Bridgeport Nat. Bank Bids. 

.S.f C"rrf in AppfndJx, poiw GO. 

Murah, Arthur M.j 

Sto<lilnrd,Sii[iror(l.( 

Day, l>u\l.l ?•■ 

Calhoun, Philo C. 

Oronl, JooAthaD. 
Sbaw, Samnel C. CW), Secmitj Bnilding. 

Biiitol. Hartfoid. Rerce % OTe) A Pieroe { ('11). 

BraoUTn. Windham. Refer to DanielHHi. 

Canaan. Litohfield. J. Clinton Raraback. 

CheMcr. Middleaaz. Bater to DeepRiTcr. 

CnlokeiteT. New London. Refer to Norwich. 

CoUinarille. Hartfoid. Refer to Hartfonl. [Alaxlaw. 

DAnbuiT.* Fairfield. Robert S. AlexaDder. { Cable Ad. 

See Card In Appendix, page CI 
Samuel A. DatIb { CdS). 
Jtrfert to any Ba-'- '- " — ' 

IveB & Keating. 

Allamryt for Ztanburj/ WaMsnal Sank 
atut aavUigt Banh ofDanlmiti, 
Ivee, J. Mom } ('9Si. 

Keating:, Thomai A. ('08). 

DatdelMO. Windham. Back A Darbie. 

~ ' Fairfield. Refer to Norwalk. 



Deep RiTU. Middleeei. Edward Garfield Burke S ('0! 

DerbT. New Haven. Alfred C. Baldwin § ('M). 

~ It Hampton. Middleeex, Refer to Portland. 



Bnfleld. Hartford. Refer to Windsor Looka. 

Embx. Hiddlesei. Refer U> Deep River. 

Fairfield. Fairfield. Elmore S. Banks. 

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ATTORNEYS IN CONNECTICUT. 21 

OOUKTT. NAMBS OP ATTOBlTBTfl, 

Fan* Village. Litchfield. Refer to Canaan. 



in. Hartford. Refer to Hartford. 

Grmnby. Hartford. Refer to Hartford. 

1. Fairfield. Frederick A. Hubbard § (76). 

New Haven. Refer to New Haven. 

Middleeex, Refer to Middletown. 

HARTFORD.* Habtfobd Couhtt. Pop. 112,000. 

BUI, Albert O. § ('85), First Nat. Bank Bldg., fiO State St 

See Card in Appendix^ page 51. 
Broder, Edward W. § 513-^514 Conneotiont Mntoal Bldg. 

See Card in Appenatx^page 51. 
Buck, John H. § (.^), 50 State St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 52. 
BaUard, Herbert B. & ('95), fhrtfotd Trost Co. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 52. 
Clark & Arnold,TSnt Nat. Bank Bnilding, 50 Stete St. 

Refer to F^ret NoHtnuU at^ Hartfard-Mtnm ^aMonol BamkB* 

Clark, Walter H. § C98). 

Arnold, William A. $ ('98). 
Conaat, Geo. A. rSO), County BnUding. 
Countryman, w. Arthur. Jr. §, 756 Main St. 
CarpcTation and Cotntnereial Zaw, Bankrupt^ and Probate Mmtiere* 
Fenn, J. Lincoln §, 23 Connecticut MatnaiBldg. 
IGbom. Htdb & SmPKAir, 750 Main St. 

Gbosb, Cha&lbs £. f 72). 

SmPM AN, Abthub L. ('88). 

Gbq08, Cbablss Wslues § ('02). 

HtI>B, ALYAJf Wauh) ('06). 
Henney, V^Iliam F. § ('76), Hartford Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Hunt; Henry H. 6 31-32 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Cora in Appendix, page 52. 
Hyde, Joslyn, Gilman & Hungerford. 49 Pearl St. 
JtWyfoT Meehaniee' 3av. Bk., Hartford Timet Co., JS. O. Ihen A <7o. 

Hyde, E. H. ni), 

Joalyn, Chaa. M. ('73). 

Gilman, CJeo. H. ('93). 

Hungerford, Wm. C. ('95). 
Pierce § C76) & Pierce } ('11), 902 Main St. 




Schutz § ('97) A BTdwards § (^03), 36 Pearl St. 

See Card in 
Sperry, Lewis, 



B., [ 



Joknaon, Warren B., \ ifitna life Building. 
ReynoUla, Harry ^ 
Mr, Sperry, Att'y for Mtnd Life Jne. Com and Hartford- JBtna Nat* Bh* 

Utclilleld.* Litchfield. Thomas F. Ryan § ('97). 

See Card in Appendix^ P^tQt 53. 
' New London. Refer to New London. 

Hartford. Herbert O. Bowers § («94). 

New Haven. Patrick T. O'Brien § ('96). 

Middletowii.* Middlesex. George Bumliam.§ 

Frank D. Hainea ('93). 
IfiHoML New Haven. O. W. PUU. 

New London. Herbert W. Rathbun ('97). 

New Haven. Jaa. P. Sweeney. 

XeWBritain. Hartford. Kirkham § (J. H.) & Cooper § (J. B.). 

NEW HAVEN.* Nbw Havbn Commr. Pop. 146,000. 

Ailing, Webb & Morehouse, 42 Church St. 
A^ttomeyefor Merehante national Bank* 
Ailing, John W. 
Morehouae, Samuel C. 
AUing, Anion A. 
Clark, Ralph H . 

'Webb, Paul. 
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NEW HAVEN.* Nbw Havbk Couuty. — Continued. 

Asher, Harry W. $ ('83), 1002 Chamber of Commeroe Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 63. 



8. Georse E. §089)^ 617-<521 Fint N«t. Baiik BIdg. 
See Card in AppendtXi page 53. 
Bristol & White, fwst Nat. Bank Bldg.r42 Chvrch St. 
See Card in Appendix, page 53. 
Btoddard* Henrv. .Hooker,. Thomas, Jr* 

Bristol, John W. RockwelL Henry B. 

Paggett, Leon ard M. Wlgg ln, Fredertck H> 

Dag:8:ett, David Xi. Dana, J. Dwight. 

BacoDf Benjainin S. 
Ch arch. Ward § ('99), 510-513, 129 Chnieh St. Cable Ad. N«wh«W.| 

See Card in Appendix^ page 54. 
Clark, Hall & Peck, Second Nat. Batak BIdg. 

Attorney* /br Ifew Haven Meal Betate TiUe Oo« ' 
Hall, Henry A. L. ('96). 
Peck, Geom Leete ('96). 
• Atwater, Harry H. § 
Stevena, Carleton H. § 

Goldman, Frank R. § [Cs.ble Ad. Cle«V«l«nd. 

Gleaveland* Livingston W. § ('81), 806-807 SeoondNat, Bank Bldg. 

, formerly Judge of yrobate, District of JHew Haven, ^89S^1907» 

See Card in Appendix, page 54. 
ElUott, John } ('97}, 185 Church St. 
See Card in Appendix, page 54. 
FitzGerald § ('95) & Walsh § ('97), 185 Choroh St. 
General l*raetiee in All Courte, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 55. 
Harrlnian,.Edward A. § ('91), 800-808 Seeond Nat. Bank Bldg. 
HewHt § ('99) & Clark. 510-513, 129 Church St. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 54. [N«whew.|j 

Kenna, Frank, 602-3 Malley Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 65. 



* Loomis, Seymour C. f ('84), 82 Church St. 
AWy Fidelity A I>epoait Co,, of Md.^andMtna lAfe Xn», Co*, Hartford. 
Merwin, Henry W. § ('97), 129 Church St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 55. 
Ptgott, James P., lH!i Church St. 
See Card in Appendix, paae 65. 
. Stoddard, Goodhart & Stoddard, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 67. 
WatrOus & Day, 121 Church St. 

Watrous, Geo. D. Steele, Thomas M. 

Day, Harry G. Sheldon, Hanisoii T. 

Wheeler, James E. § ('94), 705 A 706 First Nat. Bank BuUdinflr. 

Corporation and I^robate Law, Attomoyfor-M, B^-lhtn Jt Co* 
Wright, Wm. A,yJ & Son, Second National Bank Building. 
See full page (ford in Appendix, page 66. 

PLAOB. OOUWTY. VAVMS OF ATTORKEYB. 

New London.* NewLondotf. Arthur B. Calkins $ ('89). Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 57. [Catkins. 
NewMilford.* Litchfield. F. W. Marsh. 

Norfolk. Litchfield. Refer to Winsted. 

North Manchester. Hartford. Refer to Manchester. 

Norwalk. Fairfield. Warner A Gbldechmidt. 

NORWICH.* New London County. Pop. 26,367. 

Brown § & Perkins §, Unoas National Bank Bldg. 

aee Card in Appendix, page 67. ' 

Plainfield. Windham. Refer to Ptttnara. 

Phiinyille. Hartford. Refer to Bristol. 

Portland. Middlesex. Thos. C Flood. 

Putnam.* Windham. C. L. Torrey. 

Rockville. Tolland. Charles Phelps. 

Roxbury. Litchfield. Refer to New Milfonl. 

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ATTOBKBYS IN CONNECTICUT. 



a» 



PUkOS. 

Saybrook. 
Seymour. 




South Norwalk. 
Stafford SpxiQgs. 




ThompacMi'fille. 

ToUand.* 

ToiTutSTton. 

Wattixigfoid. 

Waahiajston. 



COlJ»TY, 

Middlesex. 

New Haven, 

Hartford. 

Hartford. 

Faizfiald. 

ToUaad. 

Fairfield. 

New LoadoB. 

Hartford. 

Litchfield. 

Windham. 

Hartford. 

ToUand. 

litehfield. 

New Haven. 

litchfleld. 



NAMXS OF AXTOBJfVTS. 

Refer to Deep River. 
C. J. Atwater. 
Refer to Bristol. 
Herbert O. Bowen ( (^M). 
I^ght A Liffht. 

Keeler § (Jokn E./79> <fe Darey (John C, ^07). 

AU<fmevtfor nv9t .Wafl<NMil Bank* 
Herbert W. Rathbna ('97). 
H. M. Alooim. 
Refer to Torrington. 
Refer to Patnam. 
William H. Leete § C96). 
Refer to Rockville. 
Refer to Winsted. ' 

William F. Wiynn. 
Refer to New Milford. 



WATBRBURY.* New Haven Coukt*. Pop. 73,141. 

Bronsoii, Lewis & Hart, 136 Grand St. 

8es Card in Appendix^ page 57. 
Garmody. T. F. ('95), Suite 707 Lilley Bldg. 

See Card in Appemlix, page 58. 
Church, U. G. § ('97), 36 North Main St. 

See Card in Appendix^ pog^ ^* 
KeUon, John P. (%)« Waterbnry Savings Baak Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 59. 
Thons 094) A RUa § ('06), 712*724 Lilley Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 56. 



Weatbrook. 
West Haven. 



WeatWiiMted. 

WiUinuuilac.* 

^Wilton. 

Wineheater.* 

Windham.* 

Windaor Looks. 

Winited.* 

Woodburr. 

Woodstock. 



Middleeex. 

New Haven. 

Fairfield. 

Litchfield. 

Windham. 

Fairfield. 

Litchfield. 

Windham. 

Hartford. 

Litchfield. 

Litchfield. 

Windham. 



Refer to Deep River. 
Refer to New Haven. 
Harry R. Sherwood (W). 
Refer to Winsted. 
Qeo. B. Himnan. 
Refer to Norwalk. 
Refer to Winsted. 
Refer to Willimantio. 
Frank K. Healy. 
Wilbor G. Manchester § C96). 
Geo. R. Sturges § ('06). 
Refer to Patnam. 



ATTORNEYS IN DELAWARiE. 

Capital, DovEB. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PI.AOB. 


oommr. 


ITAMSB OF ATT0RKEY8, 


Dover.* 

Georgetown.* 

Lewea. 

laddletown. 

BGlford. 

NewCaaOe. 

Smyrna. 


Kent. 

Sossez. 

Sussex. 

New GasUe. 

Kent and Sussex. 

NewGastle. 

Kent. 


Georffe H. Jones C90j. 
Frank M. Jones. 
Refer to Georgetown. 
Martin B. Burns. 
Refer to Dover. 
Refer to Wilmington. 
Refer to Dover. 



WILMIWOTON.* Nxw Cabtlk Couimr. Pop. 96,000. 

BminonSy Harry (*78), Law Building, cor. Ninth A Maiket Sts. 
Sueveeeor to £ore A ESmnume, 

The interests of foreianheire given pt'oti^pt aUentipn* .^.-r 
See Card in Appendix^ page 59. 
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WILMINGTON.* New Castlb County. — Cofittiwerf. 

IHiooiNB A Eabtbubn, Ford Bnilditigr' 

EASTBUKNf Horace Orbelet. 
Marvel. Marvel, Wolcott & Ijayton, 333-^1 Dm Pont BUff. Bell 
*Phou6, Wilmineton 4206. Gable Address '^Marvel." 
Marvel, David T. Marvel, Joslah. 

Wolcott, Joslah O. Ijasrton, Caleb 8. 

Ward, Christopher Li. r*03), Suite 610 Equitable Bldg. 

MiBnrem^e t Any IBanh or Truat Ce. 4t» WUnUngtQMp 2Mf • 
See Cixrd in Appendix^ page 09. 



RNEYS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 

For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. j 

GeotgetowiL Refer to Washington* 

I 
WASHINGTON CITY.* Pop. 861,000. ' 

Baldwin Sc Wight, 25 Grant Place. Cable Ad. Badaw. 
8ub9eriber*for over twenty yeara to Bubheli'm* 

Patent and Trader-mark business exdusivdy. See Card in App.* pam 00. 
Berry & Minor, Colorado Bldg., Fourteenth A O Ste., N. WT 
Aititmey* for American yuHonai Bank ; Waahinyton 
Oas Light Company ; Metropolitan and JPrudential 
Zdfe Insurance ConMtanies, 

Berry, Walter V. R. JHarrard, '81). ) 
Minor, Benjamin 8. (Uniy. of Va., '86). } Cable Ad. Bermin.H 
Rowland. Hugh B. ) 

Blair, Henry P., 801 Colorado Bldg. Cable Ad. Blath. 

Befers to Anu Sec, A Tr. Co», Second Nat. Bh» and Jfat» Met, Bh» 
See Card in Appendix, page 60. [Ad. Bradford .1 

Bradford & Doollttle, 702-4 Washington Loan & IV. Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 60. 
Brandenburg^ & Brandenburg, 344 D St., Fendall Bldg. Cable 



Bldg. 



See Card in Appendix, page 60. 

Ldenburg^ & Brandenburg, 

See Card in Appendix, page 61. [Ai, Cabrand.O 

IIBrown, Chapln, 600 F. St., N. W. 

See Card in Appendix, page 61. [Burjos. 

Burkart, Jos. A.. Maryland Buildingi 1410 H. St., N. W. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 61. [Raburn.ll 

Burnham, Royal E. ('00), Keal Estate Trust Building. Cable Ad. 
Patent and Trade-marh Business emelusivety. 

See Card in Appendix, page 61. 
Carlisle & Howe, 717 Fourteenth St., N. W. 

J. M. Carlisle. 

Walter Bruoe Howe. 

SamU E. Swayze. 
Chamberlln, Justin Morrill, Wilkins Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 61. 
Clephane&Clephane, Wilkins Bldg.. 1512 H St. Cable Ad. Clephan. 
Beferences: Second National Bank ana National Savings A Trust Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 62. 

Clephane, Walter C. ('89). 

Clephane, Alan O. (^95). 
CoUaday, Edward F., Union Trust Building. Cable Ad. Edcol. 
Befers to Union Trust Company and JFederal jr<|Nenal Bunk, 

See Card in Appendix, page 62. 
Day, Ruf us S., Westory Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 62. 

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WASHINGTON CITY. •—Continued. 

Douslasy Obear A Douglas, Suite 822-830 Southern Bldg. CaUe Ad. 
Chas. A. Douglas. [Salguodt 

Hugh H. Obear. 
Charles 8* Douglas. 

Jo. V. Morgan. 

LATIN-AMCfllCAII AND IHTCR NATIONAL DCPARTMCNT 
RAMON eOLOnZANO 

Dudley & Michelker, The Pacific Bldfc. Cable Ad. Michley. 

See Card in Appendix, page 62. 
Sngllsh, Walter C., Columbian Building. 

See Card in AppendiXtpage 62. 
Fennlngy Frederfck A^ Evane Bldg. CaUe Ad. Fenning.ll 

See Card in Appendix, pane 63. 
Foster, B. G. (*00), 902 G St., N. W. 

See Card tn Appendix^ page 63. 
Glttings, John C, Ko« t . . & 

Gitting.,Tho6.Moiton,J ^^ Lo«««« Are. 

See Card in AppefulixnPage 63. 
Henderson, Wm. G.» 501 F. St., N. W. 

See Card in Appendix, page 63. 
Herrick, Samuel (%1), Westory Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 64. 
' Hogan, Frank J., Evans Bldg. Cable Ad. Hoganshe. x 

IHowson & Howson, 918 F St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 377. 
Johnson, William G., Fendall Law Bldg. Cable Ad. Qoodyear. 
KrauthoU; Bdwln A. (;89), n3 Rigigs Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ poge 64. 
Ijovingy Lucas P. 096), 505-606 Columbian Bldg. Gable Ad. Luclov.ll 

Bee Card in Appendixjpage 64. 
Mclianahan & Burton^ Union Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Countel. 

See Card in Appendix, page 65. 
MerUlaty Charles H., Bond Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 64. 
Myers, T. Percy, 205 & 206 Union Trust Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 66. 
Parker, C. L. (*03). 908 G St., N. W. Cable Ad. Sheppark.|| 

Pate»to anA^ Patent Jjau>» SpeeitH terms to non-'reeUt^nt a itoriMy e, 

See Card in Appendix, page 66. 
Pennle, Goldsborough & O^Nelll, McGill Building, 912 G St. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 66. [Ad. Qoldpen. 

Ferry, F. Sprigg (*01), 408 Bond Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 67. 
Balston & Richardson, 513-519 Eyaiw Bldg. Cable Ad. Raltid.R 

See Card in Appendix, page 67. 
Scott, WlUlam W., Woodward Bldg. Cable Ad. Scotway.l 

See Card in Appendix, page 67» 

Wheatley. H. Wlnshlp^ Union Sayings Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 68. 
Wilkinson & Glusta, Ouray Bldg. 

Patent Business exclusively. See Card in Appendixjpage 68. 
Wilson, Huldekoper & Lesh, Wilkins Building, 1512 HSt. Cable Ad. 

Wilson, Nath*l. Wilson, Clarence R. [Wilhidel. 

Hnidekoper, Reginald S. Lesh, Paul £. 



ATTORNEYS IN FLORIDA. 

Capital, Tallahasbbb. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

oouirrr. names of attobnbts. 

Analadiksola.* Franklin. R. Don McLeod. 

Arcadia.* De Soto. Treadwell (J. H./93) <&Treadwell (£. D.,'03)» 

Aidker. Alachpa. Refer to Bronson. 

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ATTORNEYS IN FLORIDA. 



BLACm. 

Bartow.* 
Bloiiiit«towii«* 

Bradentown.* 

Brutol.* 

Bronaon.* 

Biooksyille.* 

Cedar Key. 

Ghipley. 

Clearwater.* 

Goooa. 

Crawfordyille.* 

Dade City.* 

Daytona. 

DeFnnxak Springe. 

DeLand.* 

« 
Enteipriee. 
Eau GalUe. 
Pemandina.* 
Fort Myers.* 
Fort Pierce.* 
GainesTille.* 



COUHTT. 

Polk. 

Calhonn. 

Holmes. 

Manatee. 

Liberty. 

Leyy. 

Hernando. 

Levy. 

Washington. 

Pinellas. 

Brevard. 

Wakulla. 

Pasoo. 

Voluana. 

Walton. 

Volusia. 

Volusia. 

Brevard. 

Nassau. 

Lee. 

St. Lude. 

Alachua. 



Green Cove Siiringa.*Clay . 
Inverness.* Citrus. 



KAMBB OV ATVORVKTa. 

Olliphant (H. E., '80) & OUiphant § (EL K., 

Refer to Mariamia. [Jr., '16). 

Refer to Chipley. 

C. T. Currv ('SB). 

Refer to Manaona. 

J. R. Willia. 

F. B. Cooeler ('95). 

Refer to Broiison. 

Hutchinson '&, Langston. 

Refer to St. Petersbutg. 

Gus C. Edwards. 

Refer to Tallahaasee. 

R. B. Sturkie } (*09). 

T. E. Fitzgerald § COS). 

Daniel Campbell & Son. 

Landis 5 (Cary D.» '09), llsh § (Bert, '03) A 

Hull 5 (D. c., m , 

Refer to De Land. 
Refer to Coeoa. 
James E. Calkins. 
Refer to Bartow. 

F. L. HemmingsiCOO). 
Hampton ns) A Hampton § (*07). 

See Card in Appendix^ pagt 68. 
George W. Geiger. 

G. W. Sohofield. 



JACKSONVILLE.* Duval Couhtt. Pop. 66,000, 

Baker & Baker, 002-4-6 AUantio Nat. Bank'.Bld?. 
Att'yafor Atlantic National Bank of <JaekBonvilie» 

Baker, Wm. H. ('89). 

Baker, Robt. A. C96). 
CockreU A Cockreli, 408 Law Sxbhan^e Bldff. 

Cockrell,A.W..Jr.(»83). 

Cookrell, R. S. (%). 

CookreU^lston (*07 ). 

Martin, Henry Fletcher ('15). 
tOooper, Cooper & Osborne, Suite 804 AUantio Nat. Bank Bldr. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 68. 

CkK>per, John C. 

Cooper, John C, Jr. 

Osborne, H. P. (pable Ad. Daniel. 

Daniel, Richard P. ('02), 814-816 Atlantic Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 69. tCable Ad. Remind. 

Flemini; 094) & Fleming (*99), 301-306 Law EkcIuui0b ^]d%. * 

See Card in Appendix, page 69. 
Kay ('78), Adams & Ka^land, 606-612 ConsoUdated Bld^., Bay St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 70. 
Knif ht & Adair, 910-11-12-18 Heard Bldg. 

Attomeyafor Cititens Bank of JaeksonvUte, 

See Card in Appendix y pageGQ. 
Odom ('01), Crawford ('06) A Butler (»06), Suite 800 Bifll>ee Bld^. 

See Card in Appendix, page 70. 
Reynolds & Rogers, Heard ^at. Bank Bldg. 

ReynoldsiJ. C. ('92). 

Rogers, Wm. H. § ('09). 



Jasper.* 
Key West.* 
Kissimmee.* 
Lake Butler. 
Lake Cily.* 
Lakeland. 
Leesbuig. 
Live Oak.* 
MaeCknny.* 



Hamilton. 

Monroe. 

Osoeola. 

Bradford. 

Columbia. 

Polk. 

Lake. 

Suwannee. 

Baker. 



R. L. Frink. 
Wm. Hant Harris. 
W. B. Crawford § ('04). 
Refer to Starke. 
G. O. Palmer. 
Roeers & Spencer. 
J. B. Gaines. 
John F. HarreU. 
Refer to JacksonriUe. 



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Mttlbomiie. 



• OOUXTT. 

HadisoB. 
Jaekflon. 
La Fayette. 
BreTiird. 



NAMKB OF ATTOSmrS. 



Charles ^ Dayis. 
Paul Carter CU6). 
Refer to live Oak. 
Refer to Coooa. 



MIAML* Dadb Couhtt. Pop. 2O,QO0* 

Band ('M) & Kartz § ('06), 4(KM09 Lawyers Bld«r. 

See Card in Appendix, page 71. 
Rose 086) & Robineau ^12), 8th Floor, Rabton Bldg, 

5ee Card in Appendix, page 70. 
Shutts (*91), Smith f ('98) &> Bowen Cd4), Fiftih Floor, 

8e€ Card in Appendix, page 71. 



Bia^. 



IfjcanopT. 


Alachua. 


Mnton.^ 


Santa Roea. 


Montioello.* 


Jefferson. 


Oeala.* 


Marion. 


OnnveCi^. 


VolQwa. 


OKlaBdio.* 


Orange, 




Volnaia. 


Palstks.* 


Putnam. 


Palm Beach. 


Palm Beach. 


Panama Ctty.* 


Bay. 



Refer to Gainesville. 

HoGeachy (R. A.) <& Lffwis (G. F., *12). 

B. J. HamriAk. 

R. A. Burford. 

Refer to De LaUd. 

Massey ^ Marlow. 

Refer to Daytona. 

J. V. Walton C05). 

Refer to West Palm Beach. 

Refer to Marianfta. 



PENSAGOIiA.* Eboambia Couiitt. Pop. 20,000. 

Blount'A Blount & Garter, Blount Bldg. CaUe Ad. Blount. 

See Card in Appendix, page 71. [Watton. 

Watson A Pasc^ MNHSOi American Nat. Bank BUIg. Cahle Ad. 
See Card in Appendix, page 71. 



Pine LiCTaL 

* 




_ AngQVtlne.* 
Si. PeCersbwg. 



Samterrille.* 
Tr"-*— — • 



Taylor. 

DeSoto. 

Gadsden. 

St. John* 

Rnellas. 

Seminole. 

Bradfotd. 

Sumter. 

Leon. 



Davis A Diamond. 

Refer to Bartow. 

Watson A Wrisiit. 

Wm. Whitwell Dewhiirat('86). 

Herman Merrell § (71). 

G. A. DeCottes. 

A. V. Long. 

Refer to Dade City. 

F. T. Myers. 



TAMPA.» HiixfflsOBo Coukty. Pop. 40,000. 

Hampton, Htlton S. POl), | h,„^. gj^^ CbbAd. Hllhamp. 
Hampton. Fred J. | ('15), > 

See Card in Appendix, page 72. 
Hunter, Wm. ('78), IOO77IOO8 Citizens Bank A Trust BUIg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 72. 
Mabry COl) & Carlton € ('12), 6-7-« Hampton Bldg. 

8ee Card in Appendix, page 72. 

TavaMs.* Lake. Refer to OrUndo. 

TitasTille.* Brevard. Rufus M. Robbins i (*11). 

Vesnon.* Washington. Refer to ^arianna. 

Wart Palm Beach.* Pahn Beach. H. L. Bussey § ('07). 

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ATTORNEYS IN GEORGIA. 



ATTORNEYS IN GEORGIA. 

Capital^ Atulvta. 
For information concerning Aitorneys, lee page 2. 



FULOK 

Abbeville.* 

Aoworth. 

Albaiiy.* 

Alpharetta.* 
Amerloiu.* 

Apnling* 
Arlmffton. 
Ashbnni.* 
Athena.* 



ootnrrY. 



KAME8 OF ATTORXXYS. 



WUooz. 

Cobb. 

I>oii|^erty. 



M. B. Cannon. 
Joseph J. Northoutt. 
Pottle ('96) & Hof mayor C90). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 72. 
Ifilton. Refer to Marietta. 

Sumter. R. L. Maynard § ('90). 

GeTkerai Citfii JPraoNoe. Inturanee Law a BpeeiaUW' 
Columbia.. Refer to AnguBta. 

Calhonn. H. M. Calhoun. 

Turner. J. A. Comer. 

Clarke. Green § C90) A Michael § COT). 

Att'ys for Athens 6cm Co. and Bouthim JB'y C*. 
See Card in Appendix, page 73. 

ATLANTA.* Fui^tok Coumty. Pop. 200,000. 

Alaton» Robert G. and Philip H., 1208-15 Third Nat Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendixj,page 73. 
Anderson & Rountree, Equitable Bmlding. 
See Card in Apvendix^page 74. 
Anderson, Clifford L. 

Rountree, Dan'l W. [Austin. 

Austin & Boykin. 1105-1106 Atlanta Nat. Bank Bld«. Cable Ad. 
Oeneral I*r€Kftice. 

References: Atlanta National Bank, Third Nationmi Banh. 
Mon, Joseph A» MeCord, Governor 
Federal Reserve Rank, Atlanta, 
See Card in Appendix, page 73. 
Brandon & Hynds, 703-708 Empire Bldff. 

Counsel for Fourth Hat. Rank and A, B. dt A. R> R* Co. 
See Card in Appendix, page 75. [Cable Ad. Brown ran* 

Brown, Randolph & Parker, 210-219 Brown-Randolph Bldff. 
Nantes given by Rradstreet at Atlanta* 
See Card in Appendix, page 75. 
Bryan, Jordan St Middlebrooks, Candler Building. 
Corporation and Insurance Jjaw, specialties. 
See Card in Appendix* page 76. 
Candler, Thomson & Hirsch, Suite 1430 Candler Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 76. 
Culberson, Hubert L., § Peten Bldg. 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 75. 
Hammond, William R. (*70), 913 Atlanta Nat. Bank Building. 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 77. 
IKing & Spalding, Rooms 1403-1410 Empire Bid?. 

Railroad and Ittsurance Iamiw given special attention* 
See Card in Appendix^ page 77. 
King;. Alex. C. Spalding, Jack J. 

Spalding, Hughes. MacDougald, Daniel. [Walat. 

Latimer, WT C a rroll, Suite 1609 Fourth Nat. Bank Bldg. CaUs Ad. 

Mayer^lbert lE^ 
Ruge, Edwin G.W. 
Lewis, Thos. J. 

ffeneral Fraetice, Corporation and Insurance Ijaw, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 78. 
Little, Powell, Smith & Goldstein, 1608-17 Third Nat. Bk. B1d«r* 
Corporation, Ineurauee, Bankruptcy and Com,mercial Iiaw, 
See Card in Appendix, page 78. 
McDaniel & Black, Trust Company of GeoTgria Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 76. 
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ATIiAKT A.* FuiooH Gouktt. — Contimied, 

Meyer, A. A. A E. U, 1104-1105-1106-1107 Atkuito N«t. Bank BIdf . 
Co t nt ner eiai und Co r por aH on Xaw. 
See Card in AppemitXj page 79. 
Napier, Wrlcht & wood, 120^7 AtUnte Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Corp&raiion, Cotntn^rHal, and Insurance l>aw» 
See Card in Appendix^ pom 79. 
Bosser, Slaton, Phillips & Hopkins, Suite 719 Grant Bldff. 
CorporatUnt, Mailroad, Ineuranee Law and Cmnn^ereial ^Pra^Uee* 
See Card in Appendix j page HO. 
Roaser, Itutner Z. Slaton, John H. 

Phillips, BenJ. Z. Hopkins, Stiles. 

Tye, Peoples & Tye, Equitable Building. 

i< JPf^aeiice. Attomeym f&r L.Jt K, Jtaiiroad; K, ۥ A BU X. BaMiwrnif* 
Tye, John tt, Pe,eples, Heni^ ۥ 

Tye, Benjamin W. 

IVe, John JL, Jr. 
WImbiah & Ellis, 522-3^1.^i^e-7 Grant Building. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 77. 



AUGUSTA.* RiGHKOHD Gouktt. Pop. 49,040. 

Barrett & Hull, 1016-1020 Lamar Building. CaUe Ad. WUbar. 

See Card in Appendix, P*iQ^ ^* 
Cnmmlng & Harper, Lainar Building. 

See Vard in Appendix, page 81. 
Fleming, Wm. H. ('86), 216-216 Leonard BuUding. 

See C€wd in Appendix^ page 61 . 
MlUer, Wm. K. (*80), j q^i _qaq t.««il» BM» 
Miller, HamUton ('14), J «>l-903 Lamar Bldg. 

Attorneffe for National Bank of Augueta, 

See Om in Appendix, pcure 81. 
Phinlzy. HamUton ('90), 718 Qreen Street. IBank Bldg. 

Pierce Bros. (B. £., '01 and W, B., $ '01), Planters Loan A Savinga 

See Card in Appendix, page 82. 
Reynolds, N. M. (^), 417-418 Leonard Bldg. 
Cotn t n erei alf Co r poration, Probate, Meal Setate and Xneuranee JLaufm 

See Card in Appendix^ page 81. 



Balnt>ridge. 



BhOuaj.* 
Blneriage. 

iwick.* 



OOUWTY. 

Decatur. 

Pike. 

Appling. 

Fierce. 

Union. 

Earljr. 

Fannin. 

Olynn. 

Haralson. 
Marion. 
Taylor. 
Orady. 
Gordon. 
MitcheU. 
Franklin. 
Cherokee. 
Franklin. 
CarroU. 
Bartow. 
Polk. 

Habeiaham. 
Rabun. 
White. 
Bryan. 
Pulaski. 
Col(|nitt.* Miller. 

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Chftan* 

aereiaod.* 

Clyde.* 



IfAKBS or ATTOBJTSYS. 

John R. WiUon ('03). 

See Card in Appendix, page 79. 
Refer to Forsyth. 
C. H. Parker. 
R. G. Mitchell. 
W. E. Candler. 
Glessner & Collins. 

W. S. Butt. rConyert.|| 

C. B. Conyers $ ('97). Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 82. 
Griffith (E. S., '91) <& Matthews (Walter, '05). 
W. B. Short. 
W. £. Steed. 
BeU (R. C, '03) <& Weathers § (J. S., '04). 

F. A. Cantrell ('77). J'OS). 
Peacock § (H. A., '06) <fc Gardner § (B. C, 
Don T. Barnes §. 

G. I. Teasley. 
Refer to Royston. 
S. Holdemess. 
John T. Norris. 
Bunn & Trawiok. 
I. H. Sutton. 

T. L. Bynum. 
G. S. Krtle. 
Refer to Savannah. 
J. M. Bleckley. 
B. B. Bush. 
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COLUMBUS.* MvscooBB County. Pop. 25/180. 

Garrard, Frank U. ('OS), S. W. oar. Bioad A Twetfth Sto. 

See Card in Appmdix^ page 92, 
Slade § ('01) A Swift ('03), laTMtmeDt BnildiBK. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 88. 



PULOB. 

Commeroe. 

Coiiy«n.* 

Cordele.* 

Comelia. 

Coyii^ton.* 

Crawtordyille.* 

Cnlloden. 

Cnmming.* 

CuflMta.* 

Cuthbert.* 

Dahlon«ga.* 

DallM.* 

Dalton.* 

DamelBYiIU.* 

Darien.* 

Dftwion.*. 

DftWBomrUlA.* 

Deoatnr.* 

Douglas.* 

Donglasville.* 
Dublin.* 

Eastman.* 

Eatonton.* 

Elberton.* 

EUsTiUs.* 

EUijay.* 

Fairbuxn.* 

Fairhope. 

FayetteTffle.* 

Fitzererald.* 

Folkston.* 

Forsyth.* 

Fort Gaines.* 

Fort Valley. 

Franklin.* 

Gainesville.* 

Geor^Totoim.* 

Gibson.* 

Grantyille. 

Gray,* 

GiteeuBboro.* 

Greenville.* 

Gtifan.* 

Hamilton.* ' 

Hartwell.* 

Hawkinsville.* 

Hazelhnrst.^ 

Hiawassee.* 

Hinesville.* 

Hog;an8ville. 

Homer.* 

Homerville.* 

Irwinton.* 

Irwinville. 

Isabella.* 

Jackson.* 

Jasper.* 

Jenerson.* 

JeffersonviUe.* 

Jesup.* 

Jonesboro.* 



OOUNTY. 

Jaskson. 

Roekdale. 

Crisp. 

Habersham. 

Newton. 

Taliaferro. 

Monroe. 

Fotsyth. 

Chattahooohse. 

Randolph. 

Lumpkm. 

Panlaing. 

Whitfiem. 

Madison. 

Molntosh. 

Terrell. 

Dawson. 

DeKalb. 

Coffee. 

Donglas. 
Laurens. 

Dodge. 

Putnam. 

Elbert. 

Schley. 

Gilmer. 

Campbell. 

Mcintosh. 

Fayette. 

Ben Hill. 

Charlton. 

MoDXoe. 

Clay. 

Houston. 

Heard. 

Hall. 

Quitman. 

Glasscock. 

Coweta. 

Jones. 

Greene. 

Meriwether. 

Spalding. 

Harris. 

Hart. 

Pulaski. 

Jeff Davis. 

Towns. 

Liberty. 

Troup. 

Banks. 

Clinch. 

Wilkinson. 

Irwin. 

Worth, 

Butts. 

Pickens. 

Jackson. 

Twiggs. 

Wayne. 

Clayton. 

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SAMBB OF ATTOUrXTS. 

■R. L. J. ('86) & S. J. Smith, Jr. J flO). 

J. R. Irwin. [Cable Ad. Smithton. 

Wbii^le A McKensie. 

Refer to Clarkesville. 

C.C.King ('08). 

Alvin G. Golncka § fOi). 

Refer to Forsyth. 

C. L. Harris. 

Refer to Columbus. 

Jas. W. Harris § ('05). , 

O. J. Laiy ('94). 

C. B. MeGarxty, [A Shumate (F. E., ^97). 

Maddox (Sam P., '80), M'3Camy§ (Julian, '89) 

Refer to Athens. 

Charles M. Tyson. 

M. C. Edwards. 

A. W. Vandevere. 

L. J. Steele. 

J. W. Qulncey ('94). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 83. 
J. H. McLarty. 
M. H. Blackshear \ ('04). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 83. 
J. A. Neeee ('94). 
M. F. Adams. 
T. J. Brown. 
J. H. Cheney ('92). 
A. H. Burtz. 
J. H. Longino. 
Refer to Darien. 
J. W. Culpepper. 
Clavton Jav $ ('04). 
Refer to Waycross. 
Willingham <& Wil 
£. R. King. 
Brown & Brovm. 
F. 8. Loftin. 
W. A. Charters ('83). 
Refer to Cuthbert. 
Refer to Augusta. 
W. A. Post. 
Refer to Macon. 
Lewis, Davison A Lewis. 
N. F. Culpepper. 
Wm. H. Beck ('94). 
A. L. Hardv. 
James H. Skelton. 
H. £. Coates §) ('95). 
Refer to Donelas. 
Refer to Clarkesville. 
Refer to Savannah. 
Refer to La Grange. 
Refer to (Commerce. 
R. G. Dickerson. 
Refer to Macon. 
Refer to Ocilla. 
Refer to Albany. 
H. M. Fletcher ('02). 
F. C. A Howard Tate. 
Refer to Commerce. 
Refer to Macon. 
James W. Poppell. 
O. J. Coogler. 
Union Telegraph Code. 

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ATTORNEYS IN GEORGIA. 



«1 



PLAOB. 

Kingston. 

Knoxvilie.* 

La Fftjrette.* 

La Orange.* 

LaTonia. 

LAwrenoeirille.* 

Leesbnrg.* 

fi<^xington.* 

Linoou&ton.* 

LonisTille.* 

Lumpkin.* 

Ljons.* 

iTcpono^gfa.* 



OOCNTY. 

Bartow. 

Crawford. 

Walker. 

Troup. 

Franklin. 

Gwinnett. 

Lee. 

Oglethorpe. 

Lincoln. 

Jefferson. 

Stewart. 

Toombe. 

Henry. 

Telfair. 



XAMB8 OF ATTOaNBTS. 

Refer to Cartersville. 
Refer to Fort Valley. 
Shattnck <& Shattnck. 
Hatton Lovejoy ('97). 
Refer to Royston. 
I. L. Oakes. 
Refer to Albany. 
Joel Cload. 
C. J. Ferryman. 
W.L. Phillips §(»79), 
G. V. HarreflT 
Lankford <& Rogers. 
E. M. Smith. 
W. S. Mann § <'06). 



MACON.* Bibb Countt. Pop. 63,010. 

Hardemaa, Jones §, Park & Johnston, 602-609 Amerioan Nat. 
Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Harjones. 
Oenerai Civil I*ractice, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 84. 
Jones, Geoige S. r9d). Park, Orrille A. ('92). 

Johnston, E&w ard P. 096) . Jones, Bruce C^C05). 

Cord, Richard. Strozier, Harry S. 

Jones, C. Baxter. Powers, V. L. 

Harris, Harris & Wltman, Rooms 914-917 Georgia Casualty Bldg. 
Beneral Braetitm, Hailroad, Corporation, at^ Insurance Jiow* 
See Card in Appendix, page 84. 
Miller ('66) & Jones ('89), Suite 900 Georgia Casualty Bldg. 
CorporaHon, Com!mereial, at^d Jtisuranee Xtaw* 
See Card in Appendix , page 85. 

WiUiford <& Lambert. 
D. W. Blair ('83). 
'pfor X. <fr N, R*y Co,; Marietta Tr. A B*k'a Oo. 
Refer to Commerce. 

Allen (J. T.) <& Pottle (J. E.). ['16). 

Anderson § (A . S. '00) <& Weatliers § (Edw. Q., 
Walker § (Clifford, '98) A Roberts § (Orrin, 
John B. Guerry. ['99). 

Green F. Johnson. 

Refer to Arlington. ['08). 

Shipp j (Robt. L., '98) A Kline § (Alfred R., 
J. B. Geiger. 
Wm. D. Buie § ('95). 
W. C. Wright ('86). 

Refer to Albany. [(Howard G., '14). 

Quincey ) (H. J., '01) & Rice 

See Card in Appendix, page 83. 
R. L. Greer. 
R. M. HoUev. 

Duncan A Nunn. . . 

Refer to Amerious.* 
Branch <& Snow. 
Collins (& Stanfield. 
Refer to Dalton. 
Refer to Abbeville. 
Refer to Cedartown. 
T. W. Lipscomb. 
Comwiereiali Insurance, and Corporatiofi -^ato* 

See Card in Appendix, page 85. ,. 
Dorough & Adams. 
Evans & Evans. 

SAVANNAH.* Chatham Count v. Pop. 86,000. *' 

•AOaiBS & Adams, 22-29 Savamiah Fire Lis. Co. BuikUng. . . % 
Adams, Sam'I B. * 

Adams, A. Pr att. 

Douglas, WTWT 

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MadiMm.* 
Marietta.* 


Morgan. 
Cobb. 




Att 


Mayarille. 
MilledgeTille.* 


Banks. 
Baldwin. 


Millen.* 


Jenkins. 


Monroe.* 


Walton. 


Montesama. ■ 


Macon. 


Monticello.* 


Jasper. 

Calhoun. 

Colquitt. 


Morgan.* 
Moidtrie.* 


Mount Vernon.* 


Montgomery. 


Naahrille.* 


Berrien. 


Newnan.* 


Coweta. 


Newton.* 


Baker. 


Ocilla.* 


Irwin. 


Oglethorpe.* 


Macon. 


Palmetto. 


Campbell. 


Perry.* 


Houston. 


Pieatott.* 


Webster. 


Qnitman.* 
R^dsrille.* 


Brooks. 


Tatnall. 


Rinfigold.* 

Roenelle. 


Catoosa. 
Wileox. 


RoekMart. 


Polk. 


Borne.* 


Floyd. 


Royston. 


Franklin. 


SaadersYille.* 


Washington. 



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ATTORNEYS IN GE0B6IA. 



SAVANNAH.* Chatham County. — Con/iniie^. 

Anderson, Canuy Oann & Walsh, Citizens Trust Bldi:. 

See Card in j:ipperuiix^ page 85. 
Barrow, David C^ Rooms 307^11 Ssyannah Bank A Tmsi Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ po0^ 85. 
filUott, Bdward S. § ('89), 302-^304 Real EsUte B'k Bldg. 

See Card in Appenuix^ HOLge 86. 
Garrard & Gazan, 15 Bay St., West. 

See Card in Appendix^ paae 86. 
Johnson, H. Wiley ('91), 26 Biyan St., East. 
Lawton & Cunningham, 26 Brvan St., East. 



See Cardan Appendix^page 86. 
Owens, Geo. W., 703-705 Germanii 



trmania Bank Bldg. 
Cowntelfor Oertnania Banh and M, O. Dun ^ Co. 

Set Card in Appendix^ page 86. 
Stephens & Hey ward, 405-10 American Bank A Trust Co. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 87. 
Wilson & Rogers, 16 Bi^an St., East. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 87. 



PLAOB. 

St. Mary's.* • 

Senoia. 

SeyiUe. 

Social Cxrele. 

Sparta.* 

Springfield.* 

Spring Place.* 

StatenviUe.* 

Statesboro.* 

Statham. 

Summerville.* 

Swainsboro.* 

SyWania.* 

SyWester.* 

Talbotton.* 

TallaDoosa. 

Tennule. 

Thomaston.* 

Tliomasville.* 

Thomson.* 

Tifton.* 

Tooooa.* 

Townsend. 

Trenton.* 

SSrTy. 
nion Pmnt. 
Valdosta.* 



Vidalia. 

Vienna.* 

Warrenton.* 

Washington.* 

WatkinsviUe.* 

Wayoross.* 



Waynesboro.* 

West Point. 
Winder.* 
WrightsvUle.* 
Zebnkm.* 



COUHTY. 

Camden. 

Coweta. 

Wiloox. 

Walton. 

Hancock. 

Eflingham. 

Murray. 

Echols. 

Bulloch. 

Barrow. 

Chattoofipa. 

Emannel. 

Screven. 

Worth. 

Talbot. 

Haralson. 

Washington. 

Upson. 

Thomas. 

MoDuffie. 

Tift. 

Stephens. 

Mcintosh. 

Dade. 

Tift. 

Greene. 

Lowndes. 

Toombs. 

Dooly. 

Warren. 

WHkes. 

Oconee. 

Ware. 



Burke. 

Troup. 
Barrow. 
Johnson. 
Pike. 



NAMES OF AITOBKETS. 

Refer to Brunswick. 

Refer to Newnan. 

Refer to Abbeyille. 

Refer to Monroe. 

Burwell & Fleming. 

Refer to Savannah. 

Refer to Chatsworth. 

Refer to Valdosta. 

Johnston j (G.S., '87) A Cone § (Howell, *01). 

Refer to Commerce. 

John D. & E. S. Taylor. 

Williams (R. J., '80) A Bradley (A. S., '00). 

A. B. Lovett § ('07). 
Gardiner R. Nottingham § ('03). 
John A. Smith § ('09). 

M. J. Head § ('85). 

Refer to Sandersville. 

CUuide WorreU. [A Hopkuis (Jas. S., '95). 

Titus (Theodore, '90), DeUe (Lebbens, '09) 

John T. West. 

C. W. Pulwopd § ('85). 

Davis & Davis. 

Refer to Darien. 

Refer to La Fayette. 

Refer to Tifton. 

Refer to Greensboro. 

Woodward A Smith. 

See Card in Appendix, page 87. 
Refer to Lvons. 
Powell & Lumsden. 
L. D. McGregor. 
J. M. Pitner fi ('00). 
Refer to Athens. 
Wilson & Bennett. 

Wilson, Leon A. ('80). 

Bennett, John W^'89). 

Wilson, Herbert W. ('08). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 87. 
Brinson (Edward L., '75) A Hatcher § (H. 
Bernard J. Mayer § ('07). [CliiTord, '10). 

G. A. Johns ('99). 

B. H. Move. 
Refer to GrifBn. 



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PLACOi. 

Alio. 

HoilOU7Ii0* 



ITAMBS OF ATTOBNEYB. 



Harry Irwin § f 04). [& Marx $ (B. L.). 

Frear (W. F.), Prosser (M. F.), Anderson (R. B.) 
tlHOMPBON (F. E.), & Gathoabt (J. W.). 
Cable Ad. To mo. 



ATTORNEYS IN IDAHO. 



Capital^ BoisB. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



OOUHTT. 



Albion.* 


Gasua. 


Amerieaa FaQs.* 


Power. 


BtlleToe. 




Blaekfoot.* 


Bingbam. 



NAMES OF ATTOamBTI. 

Refer to Twin Falls. 
R. S. Anderson i ('08). 
Refer to Sboshone. 
J. W. Jones. 



BOISE.* Ada County. Pop. 18,000. 

IIHawlst (Jamss H., *71) <& Hawlbt (Jbss B., '03). 
Johnson, Kiohard H. fi ('92). 

Attorney far Boise City National Bank, 
Me:Qroy, Hag:h K ( ('89). 
Rlcliards & Has^a. 
Generai Civil Pra^iee in all Courts, Befer to Boise City Ifational Basik, 
Chase National Bank and Chieago Title A Trust Con%,pany% 
Igehards, James H. Haga, Oliver O. 

Morrow, MoKeen F. \ Eberle, J. L. 
HiXf Marvin C. 
Wood (Fremont, '81), DrlscoU (Dean, '11) A Wood (Cartee). 
Set Card in Appendix^ page 87* 



Bnriey. 


Cassia. 


GaUweU.* 


Canyon. 


Ciinbridce. 


Wasbington. 


ChaUk.* 


Cnster. 


Cesar d'Alene. 


Kootenai. 


Connra1.» 


Adams. 


&Bniett.» 


Gem. 


fflenn's Ferry. 


Elmore. 


GoodinfiT. 


Gooding. 


Giai^SwiUa.* 


Idaho. 




Lincoln. 
Blaine. 


UahoGitT.* 
Idaho Fdk.» 


Bdse. 


Bonneville. 


Jerome. 


Lincoln. 


Lewisfam.* 


Ne« Perce. 


Malad.* 


Oneida. 


Uoatp^&er. 


Bear Lake. 


Mosoow.* 


Latah. 


Mt Tdaho. 


Idaho. 


MmmtMii rununt,* 


Elmore. 


Mmray. 


Sboshone. 



S. T. Lowe ('09). [C., »85). 

Thompson § (J. M.,'01) & Bicknell(Wm. 
R. E. Wilson § ('00). 
W. W. Adamson. 

C. H. Potts ^'02). 
Refer to Weiser. 
Wood, DrisooU & Wood. 
Refer to Mountain Home. 
Refer to Shoshone. 

A. S. Hardy § ('01). 

Refer to Wendell. [(R, A.). 

Sullivan (L. L.), Sullivan (W. C.) A Baker 
Refer to Boise. [man J., '89). 

St. CUirJ (Clancy, '91) dk Haabronck (Her- 
Wm. A. Peters § ('09). 
James £. Babb. 
T. E. Ray. 

D. C. Kunz. 

James H. Forney ('90). 
Refer to Grangeville. 
W. C. Howie § ('88). 
Refer to Wallace. 



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PLAOB. 

Nampa. 

Nezperoe.* 

Oakley. 

Orofino,* 

Paris.* 

Payette.* 

Pocatello.* 

Rathdnim.* 

lUchfield. 

B^y.* 

Rocky Bar. 

St. Anthony.* 

Salmon.* 

Sandpoint.* 

Shosnone.* 

Silver City.* 

Twin Fait.* 

Wallaoe.* 

Wardner. 

WeiBer.* 

Wendell. 



COUNTY. 

Canyon. 

Lewis. 

Cassia. 

Clearwater. 

Bear Lake. 

Payette. 

Bannock. 

Kootenai. 

Lincoln. 

Jefferson. 

Elmore. 

Fremont. 

Lemhi. 

Bonner. 

Lincoln. 

Owyhee. 

Twin Falls. 

Shoshone. 

Shoshone. 

Washington. 

Lincoln. 



NAMES OF ATTOSKSYS. 

F. A. Haf elin. 
Refer to Lewiston* 
W. L. Dunn ('06). 
Refer to Lewiston. 
Refer to Pocatello. 
L. M. Lyon. 
Coffin <& Maginnis. 
Refer to CoBur d'Alene. 
Refer to Shoshone. 
Wm. P. Hemminger. 
Refer to Mountain Home. 
Soule & Soule. ' 

A. C. Cherry. 
E. £. Wheelan. 
Harlan D. Heist § (*07). 
Refer to Caldwell. 
Guthrie & Bowen. 
3. A, Wayne. 
Refer to Wallace. 
Bertram S. Varian § Cd5). 
Refer to Shoshone. 



ATTORNEYS IN ILUNOI& 

Capital, Sprikofield. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAGB. 

Ahingdon. 

Alhion.* 

Aledo.* 

Allenyille. 

Altamont. 

Alton* 

Altona. 

Amboy. 

Anna. 

Areola. 

Arthur. 

Ashley. 

Assumption. 

Atlanta. 

Auburn. 

Augusta. 

Aurora. 



Ava. 

Avon. 

Barry. 

Batavia. 

Beards town. 

Belleville.* 

Belvidere.* 
Bement. 
Benton.* 
Bethany. 



COUNTT. 

Knox. 

Edwards. 

Mercer. 

Moultrie. 

Effingham. 

Madison. 

Knox. 

Lee. 

Union. 

Douglas. 

MoiiTtrie. 

Washington. 

Christian. 

Logan. 

Sangamon. 

Hancock. 

Kane. 



Jackson. 

Fulton. 

Pike. 

Kane. 

Cass. 

St. Clair. 

Boone. 
Piatt. 
Franklin. 
Moultrie. 



NAMES or ATTORNETB. 

Refer to Galesburg. 

J. H. Strawn. 

David A. Hebel § ('00). 

Refer to Sullivan. 

Refer to Effingham. 

Joseph V. K. Marsh ('97). 

See Card in Appendix, page 88. 
Refer to Galesburg. 
P. M. James § CSl). - 
Lewis B. Tuthill ('80). 
Refer to Mattoon. 
Refer to Sullivan. 
Refer to Nashville. 

Refer to Pana. JMO). 

Bevan § (John L., '74) & Beran (Frank 8., 
Refer to Springfield. 
Refer to' Cfarthage. 
Alschuler § (Beni. P., '99), I utnam § 

(Ralph C, '04) & Flannigen (John L.). 
Attomeytfor Western Unitf.d Otis & Elettrio Co> 

See Card in Appendix, page 88. 
Refer to Murphysboro. 
Refer to Canton. 
Refer to Pittsfield. 
H. N. Jones. 
Wm. n. Die tench. 
Turner (Lucius Don) A Holder (Rob* 

ert D. W.). 
Ernest C. Gridley § ('00). Cable Ad. Gridiaw.jl 
C)eo. M. Thompson § ('01). 
W. H. Hart. 
Refer to Sallivan. 



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BliOOMlNGTON.* McLean County. Pop. 25,768. 

Barry ('60) & Morrissey ('80), 203 N. Main St. 
Attorneys fy>r State NatioiuU Hank. 

See Card in Appenaix^ page 88. 
Bracken (*92) & Young ('90), 901-306 First Nat. Bank BvUding. 

See Card in Appenaix^ page 88. 
Rayburn § (79) & Buck (^), 305, 306, <& 307 Third Floor, Com Belt 

See Card in Appendix^ page 88. [Bank Bldgr. Cable Ad. Rayburn. 

NAKK8 OF ATTOBinrrS. 

Refer to Winchester. 
Refer to Joliet. ^ * 
Refer to Carlinville. 
A. S. Cuthbertson. 
Refer to Macomb. 
Miles Frederick Gilbert ('70). 
Corporation' Co mtneroial Practice, Ji'ederal and Htate Courts, 

Hand <& Melin. 
Chiperfleld § (Claude E., '90) & Chiper- 

field (B. M., '90). 

See Card in Appendix, page 89. 
Refer to BeHidere. 
Barr & Feirich. 
W. E. P. Anderson (71). 
Hug^h V. Murray. 
Pearce A Conger. 
Whiteside & Wright. 
Refer to Marion. 
David K. Mack. 

See Card in Apttendix, page 88. 
Noleman & Smitn. 
Dobbins ('iM) & Dobbins ('08). 

AWysfor Illinois TrttstJt Sav. Bank. 
Refer to Mattoon. 
Refer to Bloomington. 
H. C. Homer. 



PULOX. 


COOHTY. 


BlaffR. 


Seott. 


Braidwood. 


Will. 


Brifirhton. 


Macoupin. 


Bunker Hill. 


Macoupin. 


BnahnelL 


McDonough. 
Alexander. 


Cairo.* 


Cambridge.* 


vorporat^on^c 
Henry. 


Canton* 


Fulton. 


Cjq>ron« 


Boone. 


Carhondale. 


Jackson. 


Carlinville.* 


Macoupin. 


CaHyle.* 


Clinton. 


Canni.* 


White. 


CarroHton.* 


Greene. 


CartersTille. 


Willianison. 


Carthage.* 


Hancock. 


Centtalia. 


Marion. 


ClftamiMdgn. 


Champaign. 


Charieston.* 


Coles. 


Ckenoa. 


McLean. 


Cheater.* 


Randolikh. 



CHICAGO.* Cook CoimxY. Pop. 2,600,000. 

Adams, Spencer L., § ('96), 1610 Chicago Title & Tnut Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 91. [Adbowes. 

Adams, Crews, Bobb & Wescott, 76 W. Monroe St. Cable Ad. 
Att*ys for Ft, Ikearbom Nat, Bank and Ft, JJearbom Trtut A Son, 
Bank* Corporation, Insurance, Real Estate, and Pt^bate Iakw. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 01. 

Adams, Blmer H. ('92). Bobb, Dwlght S. (*03). 

Crews, Ralph ('97). Adams. Asa G. ('96). 

wescott, James B. ('09). [Ad. Adfol. 

Adams, Follansbee, Hawley & Shorey, 137 S. La Salle St. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 90. 

Adams, Samuel. Hawley, Melvln M. 

Follansbee, Mitchell D, Shorey, Clyde E. 

Follansbee. George A., Counsel. 
Aldrich, Charles H., \(m The Rookerv. Cable Ad. Aldrich. 
Anderson. Norman K., 1066 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 91. 
Ashcraft & Ashcraft, Kril The Temple. Cable Ad. Ashcraft.H 
Ashcraft, £dwln M. Ashcraft. Raymond M. 
Ashcraft, Kdwln M., Jr. 

Rath bun, Charles F. ~ Sohnell, Theodore N. 
Bacon § (Henry ^,) and Willett H. Cornwell, § Suite 1430 First 
Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Martbacon. 

See Card in Appendix, page 91. 
Baker § & Holder, SM First Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Winbak. 

See Card in Appendix, page 92. 
Bangs, Fred A., 522 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 92. 

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86 ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 

CHICAGO.* Cook County. — Cofi^tniMcf. 

Bamett A Tnunan, Suite 1518-21 Monadnook Block. Cable Ad. Romo. 

Barnett, Otto R. ('89). 

Truman, Percival H. § ('03). 
Bayley ^ Webster, 19 S. La Salle St. 

Bayley, Edwin F. 

Webster, Cbarlee R. [Uwbtteh.l 

Beaoh § ('88) & Beach ('89), 111 W. Washington St. Cable Ad. 



See Card in Appendix^ pom 92. 
BeebOy WilUam ^('96), 10& Tribune Bldg. 
Bentley, Burline, Kumler & Gordon, 203 S. Dearborn St. 

Bentley, Cyrus. Burling, Edward B.' 

Kumler, Preston. Gordon , Spenoer. 

Brecher and Chindblom, 69 W. Washington St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 92. 
Bredins, Ben N., Ill W. Washington St. 

See Card in Appendix, pa^e 92. 
Bryan, § McCormfck & Wilber, 1512-1517 Ashland Blook. 

See Card in Appendix, page 93. 
Buell A Abbey, 1612 Tribune Bldg. 

Buell, (jharles C. 

Abbey, Charles P. 
Bolkley, Blore & Tallmadge, Suite 518 Home Insnraaoe Bldg. 

Bulkley, Almon W. [Cable Ad. Bulrrtmore.l 

More, Glair E. 

Tallmadge, C. Paul. [Burmte. 

Burley, Clarence A., 1212 Rector Bldg., 79 W. Monroe St. Cable Ad. 
Burry^ohnstone & Peters, The Temple. Cable Ad. Runbur.U 

Burry, William. 

Johnstone, F. B. 

Peters, G. M. 
Carpenter, Paul. 1626 Lytton Bldg. Cable Ad. Polyotrp. 

See Card in Appendix^page 93. 
Cassoday, Butler, Lunb <& foster, Monadnock Block. 
Make a apeeialtjt of Interstate Cotntnerce Itaw* 

Butler, Rush C. Hillyer, C. R. 

Lamb, William £. Best, Ernest O. 

Foster, Stephen A. Lynde, Cornelius. 

Kelly, Harry Eugene. Pope, Herbert. 
Castle, Williams, Long A Castle, 106 W. Monroe St. 

Castle, Percy V. Williams, Arista B. 

Long, Jesse B. Castle, Howard P. 

Castle, Franz W. 
Cheerer & Cox, 1133 Monadnook Bldg. Cable Ad. Che«v#r. 

Cheever, Dwieht B. 

Cox, Howard M. 
Church <& McMurdy, 69 W. Washington St. Cable Ad. Chumae. 

Church, William E. 

McMurgy, Robert. 

Wagner. Ehner E. § 

Brust, Paul W. 
Cooney|& Verhoeven, 111 W. Washington Street. 

verhoeyen, John A. § 

Cooney, Richard J. § 
Cowan, Leonard L., 11 S. La Salle St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 93. 
Cromwell, Greist & Warden, 1611 First National Bank Bldg. 
Patmts and Patent Causes . 

See Card in Appendix, page 94. • 
Culver, Andrews, Kin^ & Stltt, New York Life Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 9i. 

Culver, Alvln H. 

Andrews, Carlos S. 

King, Christopher. 

Stltt, Thomas L. 
Caster <& Cameron, 818 The Rookery. 

Custer, Jacob R. (*09), deceased. 

Cameron, John M. C89). 

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CHICAGO.* Cook County. — Coitfiimerf. 



400 Pullman Building. 



[Albert. II 



Duiiels, F. B., 

Femald, G. S., 

WUooxon, H. T., 

Fenrnaon, J. D., 

WilH8tonjJ3. S., 

Qehp, S. W., 

QreenlAW, L. M.j, / 
Dtma, Brode B., 1011 The Rookery. 
Defrees, Buckingham & Eaton, 106 S. La Salle St. Cable Ad. Def rees 

Defrees, Joseftk H. Buckingham, Gteorge T. 

Eaton, Marquis. Defrees, Donald. 

Fischer, Paul B. Jones, Don Kenneth. 

Hoffman, Richard Yates. 
Dent» Dobyns & Freeman, 649 The Rookery. 

Dent, Louis L. Dobyns^ Fletcher. 

Freeman, Charles Y. 

Morris, George Maurice. 
Dunne, Murphy & Dunne, 111 W. Washington St. 

Dunne, Edward F. ('76). Murphy, Daniel P. (^96). 
Dunne, Edward F., Jr. fOQ). 
flaatman, White & Hawxhurat, 108 S. La Sal^e St. Cable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 94. [Albl 
Eastman, Albert N. White, Harold F. § 
Hawxhurst, Ralph R. § 

Lind, Frederick A. Dawson, Homer C. 

Magnussen, A. H. Clark, H. J. 

Baton, Lewis S., Suite 1126-1128, 19 S. La Salle Street. 

See Card in Appendix, page 94. 
Eddy. Wetten & Peeler, 108 S. La SaUe St. Cable Ad. Eddy. 

See Card in Appendix, page 96. 

Eddy, Arthur J. Wetten, Emil C. 

Pegler, Chas. H. Watrous, Martin W. 

Dietrieli, Norman. Rommel, Jasper F. 
Dickinson, J. M., Jr. 

Dickinson, Jacob M., of Counsel. 
Ela, Groyer & March, 140 N. Dearborn St. 
Grover, Frank K. § 
March, Benjamin F. § 

Grover, Mortimer C. [Ad. Topaz. 

Eni^land, Edward L., 1446-1450 Otis Bldg., 10 So. La Salle St. Cable 
C#«f»'l, Corp., JReal JSat. , Trade-JHTh A Prob<Ue Law A JLUiaation. Sn'l atten^ 
H^m to Depot^ne, GVYL. EAMB8, NOTJJtT JPUBLIO, CoU. BepU 
See Card in Appendix, page 95. 
England, Edward L . 

Eames, Guy L. 
Gibbs, W. E. 
Felsenthal & Wilson, 810 Title & Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Rockdale 
Felsenthal, Eli B. Felsenthal. Edward G. 
Wilson, Francis S. Leyinson, David. 
Struokmann, William F. 
Fisher, Boyden, Kales & BelL 1130 Com Exchange Bank Bids. 
FisherjWalter L. Boyden, William C. 

Case, Wm. C. Kales, Albert M. 

Bell, Laird. 
Forrest, William G., 219 W. Adams Street. [W. Monroe St. 

Foster, Paine, Reynolds & Bryant^ Standard Trust Bldg., 105 

See Card tn Appendix^ page 96. 
Qann<&Peaks, 105S. LaSalleSt. Cable Ad. Qann.lj 
Gann, David B. 
Peaks, George H. 
Seoord, Frederick. 
Gardner A Carton, 76 W. Monroe St. Cable Ad. Garoar. 
Gardner, Henry A., 5r., D. 1911. 
Gardner, Henry A. 
Carton, Alfred T. 
Gamett & Gamett, Tribune Bldg. Cable Ad. Garnett. || 
Gamett, Gwynn ('66). Gamett, Eugene H. C97). 
Gamett, Cyrus L. ('09). 
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[Qurley. 



88 ATTORNEYS IN ILI^NOIS. 

CHICAGO.* Cook Coumty. — ConHwed. 

Glennon^ Cary & Walker, 636 La Salle StaOon. 

See Card in A^pendix^page 96. 

Glennon, Edward T. Gary, Robert J. 

Walker, Bertrand. Schmltt, F. Harold. 

Murray, Sidney G. 
Goodrich, Vincent & Bradley, Suite 443 The Rookery. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Apvendiz^ page 97. [Qoodvin.lj 

Goodrich, Adams A. (retired). Bradley, Ralph R. 

Vi ncent, WUliam A. Nichol s^ Warren. § 

GrllTen, Joseph M. 
Gregory, Surges & McNab^ 69 W. Washington St. 

Greeory, S. S. Burges, William H. 

McNab, J. L. Gregory, Tappan, 

Long', A. S. 
Garley, W. W., 

Garnett, Wm., 

Clark, Will H., 

Carter, Howard M., 

Dyrenforth. Arthur, 

Worthy, Sidney W., 
Hagan, Henry M., 1201-1202 Marquette Bldg. 
General Civil J*ractioe. Jteferences : Independent JPacking 
Co., Indiana Quarries Co., Taylor Coal Co., «Ul of Cfcioopo. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 95. 
Hsie, John Gibson, 1323 Marquette Bldg. 
Hanson, Burton, 

Field, H. 11., 

Dynes, O. W., 

Dickinson, J. R., 

Jefferson, Carl S., 

Davifl, J. N., J 

Harford &. Lightf oot, 19 S. La Salle St. 

Harford, A. C. 

Lightf oot, Ota P; 
Herrick iSc Harkness, £dison Building. 

Herrick, William J. 

Harkness, Frank £. [Mcllvaine.U 

Hiner, Bunch & Latimer, 171^-17 Harris Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. 
.. Attwmeya for M. St. 1*. d: S» S. M, By. Co., Central Terminal Jty. Co., 
Wisconsin Central My. Co., W, n. Allen M*f*y Co., Illinois Indem- 
nity Moochange, Carson^ I*irie, Seott & Co. , . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 97. 

Joseph W. HIner r88). Thaddeus O. Buaoh ('96). 

Jonathan G. Latimer ('98)- 
Hirschl, Hirschl & Brooks, 1315 Marquette Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 96. 



1335 Railway Exchange. 

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ifiJse Card in Appendix, ^age 97. [Magcam.jl 

Hoyne, O'Connor <& Irwin, Saite 1007 Stock Ezohange Bldgf. 
Hoyne, Thos. M. 
O'Connor, John. 
Irwin, Hiirry D. 
HnflT & Cook, 30 N. La Salle St. Cable Ad. Huco. 
Heferio Continental & Cotnmercial National lianh, State Manh of Chicago, 
and Mfrchants Lotni <t Tmst Co., CHICAGO, farhe^t, I>avis & Wagner, 
NEW YORK. 

See Card in Appendix, page 98. 
Irving, S. C, Otis Bldg., 10 So. La SaUe St. Cable Ad. Monelling.U 

See Card in Appendix, page 98. 
Isham, Lincoln & Beale, 1000, 72 W. Adams St. Cable Ad. Mahsi.ll 
Beale, William G. Tobey, Waldo F. 

. Porter, Gilbert E. Dunbanie^h, Harry J. 

McKeever, Buell. Wing, John E. 

Adams, Cyrus H., Jr. 

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ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 8d 

CHICAGO.* CJoOK CouwEY. — Continued, 

i'^' S™- S' V^VmT\ { Straus Bldg., 6 North Clark St. 
Jarvls. Wm. B., Jr. § ('17). ) "* ' , 

See Card in Appendix, page <J8. J^PJ^^rl 

Jones, Addington, Ames & Seibold, 105 W. Monroe St. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page ^. ^. ^ ^ „ 

Jones, Walter Clyde. Addln«ton, Keene H. 

Anies^BobertJLewis^ Seibold, Arthur B. 

Dmry, Frank U. Hahn, Wm^erry. 

Mecklenbor^r, Albert F. Hamilton, Walter. 

Pollard, Willard L. MueUer, George E. 

Files, Norton M. 
Jadak, Willard, Wolf & Reickmann, 134 S. La SaUe St. Cable Ad. 

Jndah, Noble B. Reickmann, A. F. [Judah. 

Willard, Monroe L. Trumbidl, Donald b. 

Wolf, Henry M. Judak, Noble B., Jr. 

Cox, Artknr M. 
Kaspers, Lambert § ('07), 69 W. Washington St. 

See Card in Appendix, page ^' - „ ,, ^i. 
Knapp & Campbell, Room 1768, 208 So. La Salle St. 
*^*knapp, kemper K. Campbell, Robert W. 

Beye, William. McKen2ie, Wilham D. 

Allen, Harry I. Cochran, John K. 

Gushing. Royal B. 

Eneckt, Samnel E., j ckamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Fink, George E., ) „ . « 
Kuebler, GeorareJ.,29S.LaSaUeSt. 
Lannen & Hickev, 1238 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Lannen, Thomas E. 

Hiokey, Thomas J. _ ^ , 
Lantry, Thoe. B., 814r«16 The Rookery. 
Latkrop, Gardiner, 

Bledsoe, S. T.,, 

gnnhip, Robert , iqh Railway Ezokange. ' 

Norton, T. J., 

Englisk. Lee F^ 

liefflnsweh, FVank P., 1207 Merchants Loan & Trust Bldg. Cable 

^ Card in Appendix, mge 99 ^^^ ^ ^, . ^ f^,^\S i ^fc^K I 

Loesek, SooHeld, Loesoh & Richards, 1540 Otis Bldg. Cable Ad. Loesch.U 

Loeech, Frank J. ^ ^^h ^^^\ w 

Scofield , Timoth y J. Richards, R obert W. 

Stevenson, Thomas H. Schmidt, Theodore. 

Orontt, Guernsey. * , .* ^ j, „ 

MAr^rdiA Alfred E.. 921 The Rookery. Cable Ad. MCUOrdlCll 
McB^eifw^teSkbach & ShriSski, 1630 TVibone Bldg. 

McEwen, Willard M. Shrimskl, Israel. 

Weissenbach, Joseph. Cermak, Jerome J. 

McClellan, James 8. Okln, Harry. . 

BfacChesney, Becker, Angerstein, Smoot & Bollo, 30 N. La 
Salle St. Cable Ad. Carterbeclc.il . tr ™ ir 

MacChesney, Nathan WiUiam. Smoot, Hanr E. 

Wright, Edward A. - Angerstein, George W. 

Angerstein, Thom as C. Rollo, Robert P. 

Roberts Samuel H. Hollywood, Thomas C. 

Mason Brotiiers, 1114-16, 69 W. Washington St. Cable Ad. Zeta. 
Meal Estate Law, Taxee, and Special AsBessments, 

Mason, Henry B. m ^.^ kA i <.»%•» ii 

Mason Henry K. . ^ . . , ^??*H^f 4* ^t r?^'^' 

Mayer, Meyer' Austrian A Piatt, 2010 Continental & Com'o'l Bank Bldg. 

kayer,Levy. Matthews^ Francis E. 

Mayer, Isaac H. Rhodes, Carey W. 

Meyer, Carl. fechlesin^er, Elmer. 

Austrian, Alfred S. Bangs, Hal C. 

Meyer, Abraham. Powell, Charles L. 

Piatt, Henry Russell. Burnham, Frederic. 

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40 ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOia 

CHICAGO.* Cook County. — Coirfiniierf. 

Meagher, Whitney, Ricks <& Sullivan, First National Bank Bidg. 
Meagher, James F. Whitney, Edward S. 

Ricks, Jesse J. HedricK, Edwin. 

Sullivan, Boetius H. Blackinton, Fred L. 

Guinan, James J. 
Mechem j. Bangs & Harper, Harris Trust Bldg. Cabls Ad. MebanJ 

See Card in Append ix^ page 99. 
MiUer, Jay D. § ('82), 600 W. Erie St. 

Miller, William S., The Northern Trust Co. Bldg. [Ad. Milgorwal. 

MUler, Gorham & Wales, 1018-1022 New York Life Bldg. CaUe 

See Card in Appendix^ page 100. 
Miller, Starr, Brown, Packard & Peckham, 1522 First Nat. Bank 
Bldg. Cable Ad. Peckmilstar. 

Attorneys for First National Bank, Fruit Despatch Co., Chieaao Itiftestoek 
Eaeehanae, H. C. Speer A Sons Co., Fidelity A Iteposit Co, of Maryland ^ 
Nat, Safe /deposit Co., •/. B. Inderriedeu Co, 

Miller, John S. Starr, Merritt (Ed. Starr A Curtis' SUtntes). 

Brown, Edward Osgood. Packard, George. 
Peokham, John J. Brown, Edward Eagle. 

Montgomery, Hart, Smith & Steere, 959 The Rookery. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 100. 
Montgomery, John R. Smith, Jaspersen* 
Hart, Louis K. Steere, Lloyd R. 

Pritchard, Norman H. Lavery, Urban A. 
MaoCracken, William P., Jr. 
Moore, Frederick W. § ('9^), i:^ & 1309 Marquette Bldg. [ElpmetD 

Moses, Rosenthal & Kennedy, 600-614 The Temple. Cable Ad. 
AtVysfor U. S. Casualty Co.; Massachusetts Bonding A Ins. Co.f Jt tner i' 
can woolen Co.; hamson Bros. A Co.; Ladenburg, Thaltnann A Co,f Boston 
Store of Chieago ; Monarch Hefrii/erating Co. 
M oses, A d olph ( ' (U-'a5 ). 

Rosenthal. Moritz. Moses, Julius. 

Kennedy, Henrv H. Moses, Hamilton. 

* Moses, Joseph W. Baohrach, Walter. 

Stein. S. Sidney. » [An k ray. 

Murray, Frank T., § Suite 821 Merchanto L'n <& Tr. Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Ajipendix^ page 100. 
tMusgrave, Oppenheim & Lee, 903-906 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. Cable 
Ad. Musgrave.ll 

General practice in State and Federal Courts. IHreet all 0o«n- 
niissions to take Depositions to Ida M. Tumhull, Notary I*ublie. 

Musgrave, Harrison. Lee, John H. S. 

Oppenheim, William S. Gasooigne, James B. 
MeKeever, John A. 
Newman, Poppenhusen & Stem, 1615 Lumber Exchange Bldg. Cable 

Newman, Jacob. Poppenhusen, Conrad H. [Ad. Nepostern* 

Stern, Henry L. Goodman, Harry. 

Johnston, Edward R. Cohen, L. A. 
Farson, Charles T. 
Offield. Towle, Graves &Offield, 1228 Monadnock Bldg. Cable Ad. Offield. 

Offield, Charles K. Graves, Albert H. 

Towle, Hen ry S. Offield, James R. 

Scans, Cyril A. Redfield, Walter H. 

O'KeelTe, P. J., Continental Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 0'Keeffe.|| 
Probate, Corporation , C(*ntn»ercia7 Law. 
Refers to Armour A Co., Chicago, New York, and Xtondon, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 101 . 
Oliver & Mecartney, 102:^ Home Iiis. Bldg., 137 S. La Salle St. 
Oliver, John Milton. Mecartney, Harr y S. (*82) . 

Brown, John S. 
Pam & Hurd, The Rookery. Cable Ad. Pamhu.H 
Pam. Max. 
Hura, Harry B. 
Parker & King, 1236-1242 Marquette Bldg. Cable Ad. Parking.O 
Corporation and Comtnereial Laic. Refer to the Continental A Cotn-" 
tnereial National Rank ami the Standard Trust A Savings Rank, 
Parker, Lewis W. 
King, George G. 

Deutscliinan, A. J. § 

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ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 41 

CHICAGO.* Cook County. — Continued. 

Parkinson & Lane, 1520 Marquette Bldff. Cable Ad. Ptrkinton.il 
JPatewt and Trade Mark Causes, 
ParkinBon, Robert H. 
Xane, Wallace R. 
Mankle, George. 

LoftuB, Clarence J. 

Mason, Frederick F. 
Pringle A TerwilUffer, Suite 722-724 The Temple, 108 S. La Salle St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 101. 
Queeny, Edward J., 69 W. Washington St. Cable Ad. Queeny. 

See Card in Append ix, page 101. 
Quinlan, John Bi., § Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 102. 
Boberts.A Swain, Suite 1825, 76 W. Monroe St. CaUe Ad. Ssebertt. 

See Card in Appendix, page 101. 
Rogers, Frank C. § CW, 10 S. La Salle St. THamrote. 

Rosenthal, Hamill & Wormser, 1400 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. Cable Ad. 

HamiU, Charles H. 

Rosenthal, Lessing. 

Wormser, Leo F. 
Rosenthal, Kurz&Houlilian, 208 So. La Salle St. Cable Ad. Kurz.ti 



See Card in Appendix^page 102. 
Rnbens, Fischer, Mosser & Bamu] 



», M. »wu^», .»uwivx ^ jJamum, Suite 141G Westminster Bldg. 

Rubens, Harry. Mosser, Edwin J. [Cable Ad. Rubent. 

Fischer. Ghistave F. Bamum, Harry H. 

Rummler A Rummler, 1212 Tribune Bldg. Cable Ad. Rummler, 

I^atent Law. Refer to ±Hr»t National Bank. 

Rummler, William R. Rummler, Rudow. 

Rummler, Eugene A. Phelps, Edwin. 

Woodworth, Philip B. Dayis, Fred M. 

Rice, Cyrus W. Hann, Wm. E. 

Snyder, Ralph M. 
Ryden, Otto O., 1611 Conway Bldg., Ill W. Washington St. • 

See Card in Appendix, page 102. [Bldg. Cable Ad. HamtCOtt. 
Scotty Bancroft, Martin & Stephens, 1620 Com Exchange Bank 

Scott^ Frank Hamline. Bancroft, Edgar A. 

Martin^ Horace H. Stephens, Redmond D. 

MacLeiah, John E. Falk, Leste r L. 

Lowes, George N. B^ Slack, Louis W. 

Neeves, Leland K. King, William H., Jr. 

Sean, Wiley & Sherwin, First National Bank BUg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 103, 
Shaw, E. W., 106 N. La Salle St. 

Sbepard, McGormick, § Thomason, Kirkland & Patterson, 
1417-1448 Tribune Bldg. Cable Ad. Shepmac.ll 

Shepard, Stuart G. § McGormiclt, Robert R. 

Thomason, 8. E, § Kirkland, Weymouth. 

Patterson. Perry S. § 
Sheriff; Gilbert & Krimbill, 1060 The Rookery. 

Sheriff, Andrew R. 

Gilbert, Barry. 

Krimbill, Wa lter M. 

Hutchinson, A. K. 
Silsbee, Fred B. § ('97), Suite 908, 29 S. La Salle St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 108. 
Stdn, Mayer & Stem, Room 1633 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Stein, Philip H. Mayer, Elias. § [Samsoh. 

Stein, Sydney. ( 
Stewart, Robert W. ) 

MartTn,Chauncey W. \ 72 W. Adams St. 

DaughertT; Harry A. ) 
Symes, John jr., 818-820 New York Life Bldg. Cable Ad. Symet. 

See Card in Appendix, page 103. 
Synnestvedt. Bradley, Lechner & Fowkes, Peoples Gas Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 382. 

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CHICAGO.* Cook Couhtt. >- Continued, 

Tenney, Harding & Sherman, Room 801, No. 137 S. LaSftUeSt. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 103. 
Thornton & Chancellor, 1101 Tower Bldg., 6 Michigan Aye. Cable 

See Card in Appendix^ page 104. [Ad. Thornton.li 

Thornton, Charles S. (73). 

ChAncellor, JuetuB V^i). 
Thurman, Hume & Kennedy, 22 W. Monroe St. 

Thurman, E. R. 

Hume, F. L. 

Kennedy, T. C. 
Treacy, Philip H. § (»<«), 5 N. La Salle St. 

See Card in Apvendix^ paae 104. 
Veedep, Albert H. <fe Henry, 76 W. Monroe St. 
Vogel. Charles F. § ('<)!). 1511-13 First National Bank Bidg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 104. 
West &, Eckliart, First National Bank Bldff. 

Weiit, Roy O. Rothmann, William. 

Eckhurt, Percy B. Deering:, Thomas Q. 

Klein, William M. 

Wheelock, Newey & Mackenzie, Marquette Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 104. 
Wilkinson & Huxley, First National Bank Bldg. 

Wilkinson, Georee L. 

Huxley, HenryM. 

Byron, Charles L. 

McNair, Eben 0., Jr. 

MUler, Milton T. 
Wilson, Moore <& Mcllvaine, 1605 Marquette Bldg. 

Wilson, John P. Mcllvaine, Wm. B. 

Moore, Nathan 6. Wilson, John P., Jr. 

Dickinson. Wm. R. 
« Winston, Pajme, Strawn &. Snaw, First National Bank Building. 

Winston, Frederick S. (i>«>«<M«<) Winston, Garrard B. 

Payne, John Barton. Everett, Edward W. 

Strawn, Silas H. Hack, Frederick C. 

Shaw, Kalph M. Jacobs, Walter H. 

Black, John D. Condit, J. Sidney. 

Winston, James H. 
Wyman, Kinne & Carpenter, Gty Hall Square Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Wyman, Vincent D. CgS). [Manens.ji 

Kinne, Harry C. ('03). 

Carpenter, Charles E. ('05). 
Zane, Morse & McKinney, 709 Harris Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Esrom. 

Zane, John M. 

Morse, Charles F. 

McKinney, Hayes. 
Zeisler, Sigmund, § 6 North Clark St. 

PLACE. COUNTY. NAMES OF ATT0B2IETS. 

Chillicothe. Peoria. H. C. Pettitt. 

Clayton. Adams. Refer to Quincy. 

Clinton.* De Witt. F. K. Lemon C96). 

Cobden. l^nion. Refer to Jonesboro. 

Colchester. McDonough. Refer to Macomb. 

CollinsviUe. Madison. R. G. Kneedler. 

Creal Spring;s. Williamson. Refer to Marion. 

Dalton City. Moultrie. Refer to Sullivan. 

Danville.* Vermilion. L.indley (Frank, »81), Penwell (Fred 

B., '04) & Lindley (Walter C, '04). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 105. 
Decatur.* Macon. McCuIlough (^3) & Wlerman § ('04). 

SuccessovB to Outtenf Kwinff, McCuIlough & Wiertnatt., 

See Card in Ai^pendix^ page 89. 
Whitley i cm) &T1tzgerald § ('95). 
See Cant in Appendix^ page 89. 
De Kalb. De Kalb. Harry W. McBTwen § ('96). 

Delavan. Tazewell. J. T. Culbertson. 

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KAME8 or XTTOBKEYfl. 

Clyde Smith. Cable Ad. Trutmith. 
Mefers to Dijeon Hat* B^nk* 

See Card in Appendix, page 89. 

B. W. Pope. 
C.J. Ahem $(*03). 
Refer to Mendota. 
Kiramer (£<lw. C), Kramer (Budolpli 

J.) & Campbell (Bruce A.). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 106. 
Wamock, Williamson § (Thomas, '91) <fe Bnr- 

rouehs (Geo. D., § '94, and M. L., § '08). . 
Ghiy r. Denton. 

K. C. Ronalds § ('00). [(Thomas Sm '00). 

Shepherd § (Frank W., '99) & HunUey § 
Jno. Q. A. I^dbetter % ('73). 
Refer to Peoria. [C, '11). 

Bosworth |(JdhnF., '97) & Boeworth§ (Vane 
Refer to Morrison. 
Edward J. Riley § ('83). 
Frank R. Grover. § 
C.F. H. Carrithers § ('83). 
Creighton & Thomas. 
Refer to Clinton. 
Refer to Canton. 
H. W. Shriner ('87). 
Refer to OrMpon. 
Oscar R. Zipf § ('89). 

See Card in Appendix, page 104. 
McMahon <& Rogers. 
Martin J. Dillon § ('94). 
Williams ('62), Lawrence ('76), Welsh 

('86) & Green ('96). • 
AWys for First Nat,, People' & Trust & 8av, 

and JFartners* A Mecnaniee' Banks, 

See Card in Appendix, page 106. 
Root'l aohn, '80) & Root § (Vincent J., '05). 
Joseph L. Shaw § ('03). 
Harry G. Hempstead § ('93). 
Refer to Svcamore. 
A. L. Philiips. 
Refer to Watseka. 

C. C. Terry. 
J. W. Browning. 
Refer to Murohysboro. 
Morgan Le Masters. 
W. A. Mussett. 
Refer to Carrollton. 
Refer to Mattoon. 
Cook & Meyer. 
Refer to Pittsfield. 

O'Harra, O'Harra, Wood & Walker. 
Refer to Carrollton. 
W. F.Scott §('8;i). 
C. J. Hendricks. 
F. R. De Young. 
Lyman Lacey, Jr. 
J. E. Taylor § ('88). 
F. W. Potter. 
Refer to Edwardsville. 
Everett L. Millard. 
HiU (L. V.) & Bullington (J. T.). 
Refer to Sandwich. 
Refer to Champaign. 
Dyer & I>ver. ^ 
Refer to Danville. 
Bellatti ('70), Bellatti § ('08) & Moriarty 

('14). Cable Ad. Barnes. 

Hefer to JnckHouville Nat. Bank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 106. 

Chapman & Du Hsulway. 

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Fairfield.* 


Livingston. 


Wayne. 
DeWitfc. 


Fanner City. 


Fazmtnirton. 


Fulton. 


Floia. 


Clay. 


Fiuievtofi. 


Stephenson. 


Freeport.* 


Fulton. 


Whiteside. 


Galena.* 


Jo Daviess. 


Osaeaburgu* 


Knox. 


Qmkwm. 


Henry. 


Oeneeeo. 


Henry. 


Genera.* 


Kane. 


Genoa. 


DeKalb. 


Gibson City. 


Ford. 


Oilman. 


Iroquob. 


Giiard. 


Maconpin. 


Golocntda.* 


Pope. 


Grand To^er- 


Jackson. 


Granite Cit^. 


Madison. 


GrajriUe. 


White. 


GxeenfiaUL 


Greene. 


Ghreennp. 
GreenTiDe.^ 


Cumberland. 


Bond. 


GriegsviUe. 


Pike. 




Hancock. 


Haniin.-* 


Calhoun. 


HanMbnzg.* 


Saline. 


HarranL 


McHenry. 


TSmrrey. 


Cook. 


BKrmam* 


Mason. 


Heaoepin.* 


Putnam. 


Heunr. 
ffi^iknd. 


Marshall. 
Madison. 


Bidiland Park. 
UsBsboro.* 


Lake. 
Montgomery. 


Hxnekley. 


De Kalb. 


Homer. 


Champaign. 
Vermilion. 


Heopeefcon. 


laduaola. 


Vermilion. 


JaefcsoiiTille.* 


Mor|[^an. 


JoioyTille.* 


Jersey. 




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ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 



JOL1£T.* Will County. Pop. 39JOT. 

(VDonneU ('74), Donovan ('94) & Bray $ (*07), 010 WoodrofF Bld^. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 107. 



PLAOB. 

Jonesboro.* 
Kankakee.* 



KeithsbuTg. 


Meroer. 


Kewanee. 


Henry. 


Knoxyille. 


Knox. 


Laoon.* 


Marshall. 


LaGjrange. 


Cook. 


Lanark. 


GarroU. 


USaUe. 


La Salle. 


Lawrenoeville.* 


Lawrence. 


Lebanon. 


8t.Cbur. 


Lemont. 


Cook. 


Lena. 


Stephenson. 
McLean. 


LeRoy. 


Lewifltown.* 


Fulton. 


Lexington. 


McLean. 


Lincoln.* 


Logan. 


• 

Litchfield. 


MontgometT. 


Lookport. 


Will. 


Loda. 


Iroquois. 


LouiBYille.* 


Clay. 


Lovington. 


Moultrie. 


MoHeniy. 


McHenry. 


MoLeansboro.* 


' Hamilton. 


Maoomb.* 


MoDonough. 


Bianohester. 


Ref 

Scott. 


Mansfield. 


Piatt. 


Marengo. 


McUenry. 


Marlon.* 


Williamson. 


Maroa. 


Macon. 


Marseilles. 


La Salle. 




Clark. 


Mammutah. 


St. Clair. 


Mason City. 


Biason. 


Mattoon. 


Coles. 


Mendota. 


La Salle. 


Merritt. 


Scott. 


Metamora. 


Woodford. 


Metropolis City.* 


Massac. 


Milton. 


Rke. 


Minonk. 


Woodford. 


Moline. 


Rock Island. 


Momenoe. 


Kankakee. 


Monmouth.* 


Warren. 


Monticello.* 


Piatt. 


Morris.* 


Grundy. 


Morrison.* 


Whiteside. 


Mound City,* 


Pulaski. 


Mount Carmel.* 


Wabash. 


Mount Carroll.* 


Carroll.^ 


Mount Olive. 


Macoupin. 


Mount Pulaski. 


Logan. 


Mount Sterling.* 


Brown. 


Mount Vernon.* 


Jefferson. 


Murphysboro.* 


JackBon. 


Naperviile. 


Du Page. 


Nashyille.* 


Washington. 



OOUHTT. NAMBS OF ATTOBMSYS. 

Union. James Lingle. 

Kankakee. H. K. ('71) & H. H. Wheeler § roo). 

AWyB City Nat. B'k and Kankakee Co. TV. A Bav. B*h. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 107. 

Refer to Aledo. 

R. C. Morse. 

Refer to Galesbuig. 

R. M. Barnes. 

Fred B. Silsbee. 

Refer to Mount Carroll. 

Coleman (J. £.) & Coleman (P.). 

McGauehey (J. £.) A TohiU (N. BL). 

C. £. Chamberlain. 

Refer to Joliet. 

Jesse N. Gates. ^ 

Refer to Bloomington. 

Harrey H. Atherton § fOB). 

Refer to Bloomington. 

C. Everett Smith, f 
See Card in Appendix, page 107. 

Refer to Hillsboro. 

Fred. W. Walter § ('93). 

Refer to Watseka. 

Rose & McCoUum. 

Refer to Sulliyan. 

Refer to Woodstock. 

J. H. Lane. 

Philip £. Biting (^92). 
Mefera to any Bank in Macotmh, 

Lawyer § (John C./07) A Hainline § (A. L./09). 
Mefer to Citizens Bank or Maoomb JfationeU JBeutk, 

Refer to Winchester. 

Refer to Monticello. 

Edward D. Shurtleff. 

George R. Stone $ ('07). 

Refer to Decatur. 

Refer to Ottawa. 

Graham § (J. W., 76) A Snarely § (H. R., '03). 

Lill A Lill. 

Andrews | ('90) & Real § C12). 

See Card in Appendix, page 106. 
John W. Dubbs. 
Refer to Winchester. 
Refer to Eureka. 
Courtney A Helm. 
Refer to Pittsfield. 
Thos. Kennedy § ('86). 
J. B. § cm) A J. L. Oakleal § ('07). 
Edward P. Harney J ('92). 
SafFord (H. B., '94) A Graham § (W. P., '94). 
Carl S. Reed. 
C. F. Hanson. 
MeCalmont § (Samuel M , '92) A Ramaay § 

(Luther R.^ *99). 
G^. £. Martm. 



Kolb (P. J., '00) A White (M. J., '13). 
Chas. £. Stuart. 
Refer to Carlinyille. 
Refer to Lincoln. 
R. E. Vandeventer ('88). 
Albert Wateon § ('80). 
Martin A Glenn § (Otis F., '00). 
J. A. Reuse. 
J. A. Watts. 
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ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 



45 



PUiCB. 


OOCXTY. 


XauTOO. 


Hancock. 


Xeoga. 


Cumberland. 


New Boston. 


Meroer. 


Xewton.* 


Jasper. 


Xakomia. 


Montgomery. 


Oikland. 


Coles. 


CMk Paik. 


Cook. 


0*FaIlon. 


St. Clair. 


Olney.* 


Richland. 


(hutrgSL. 


Iroquois. 


<|qaawk&.* 


Henderson. 


Oregoo,* 


Ogle. 


Ottawa.* 


La 8a11e. 


Pahnyra. 


Macoupin. 


Pana. 


Christian. 


Paria.* 


Edgar. 


Paw Paw. 


Lee. 


Pazton.* 


Ford. 


Pe<»toiiiea. 


Winnebago. 


Pekin.* 


Taxewell. 



KAMEH OP ATTORNBYa 

Refer to Hamilton. 

Refer to Mattoon. 

Refer to Aledo. 

Isdey, Jack <& Isley. 

Hairy C. Miller. 

Refer to Mattoon. 

Walter 8. Holden. S 

Refer to Belleville. 

H. G. Morris. 

Refer to Watseka. 

Rnfus F. Robinson. 

W, P. Feareri ('96). 

Georffe P. IflUs $ ('99). 
See Vard in Appendix, page 107. 

Refer to CarUnyille. ['16). 

Oriffith § (Logan G., *12) <& Phillips § (Carl E., 

Stewart W. Kincaid % ('0^). 

Refer to Amboy. 

Oscar H. Wylie. 

Refer to Rockford. 

Prettyman (WilHam L., 'TS) Jelde § (Frank- 
lin L., '89) <& Prettyman (WilHam S., '05). 

PEORIA.* Peoria County. Pop. 74,000. 

Barton § ('02) & HamUton § ('03), Suite 10-15 Mayer Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 108. 
GoTey, CampbeU & Covey, Suite 1223-28 Jefferson Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 108. 
Bllwood, W. U, 141 N. Jefferson Ave. 

See Card in Appendix, page 110. 
Svans & Evans, 404-405 Lehman Building. 

Attomeysfpr JFirst National Bank o/1'eoria, lU, 
Evans, Win8low(»76). 
Evans, Donald W. ('14). 
Jack, Irwin & Jack, 1005-1012 Jefferson Bldg. 
QenenU Civil 2*ractic€, 
Jaok, William (deceased). Irwin, William T. 

Jack, Robert P. 

Seidenberg, N. C. [Kirkleff.l 

Kirk A Shurtleir, Suite 911 Central Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 109. [National Bank Bldg. 

MoBoberta § ('97). Morgan § ('09) & Zimmerman § ('11), 903 Central 

See Card in Appendix, page 110. 
MUes & Fuller, Suite 1003 Jefferson Bldg. 
Oeneral Civil Practice* 
MUes, Charles V. ('91). 
FiUIer, Lrwin L. § ('02). 
Page, Hunter &, Page, 1105-1110 Jefferson Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 110. 
Stevens, Miller & Elliott, (fentral Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Kailroitd Law and Corjtoration Practice, 
Stevens, John S. {Dec^d) MiUer, Frank T. 
Elliott, John M. 

Westervelt, 0. P. 



PnekasTTille. 
RttiSeld.* 



P<do. 
Pontlac.* 



Pophr Grove. 
Xwt Byron. 
City. 



LaSaUe. 

Menard. 

Perry. 

Pike. 

Kendall. 

llvingston. 



Hoberg (F. £.) <& Hoberg (Oscar). 
Smoot («K M.) <& Laning (J. L.). 
W. O. Edwards. 
L. T. Graham § ('96). 
Refer to Yorkville. 
Robert L. Bracken. 
F. A. Ortman. 
Refera to Pontine State Bank, 
See Card in Appendix, page 110. 
Refer to Belvidere. 
Refer to Moline. 

Refer to Bushnell. f R » 

Johnson (Watts A., '84) A Johnson $ (Cai 
Refer to^Iorrison. 
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Boone. 
Rock Island. 
McDonough. 
Bureau. 
Whiteside. 



10). 
arey 



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ATTOENEYS IN ILLINOIS. 



QUINCY.* Adams County. Pop. 41,000. 

Bartlett, Charles L., .304 North Sixth St. 

Corporation C'ountwl for the City of Quiney, 
Jte/^rs to any Bank Ui Quiney, 
See Card in Appendix, page 110. 
EmmoiiB & Emmoiis, 102 N. Fifth St. 
Att*y»forJC. G. Uun Jt Co, 
Emmons, L. £. § (70). 
Emmons, Lawrence E., Jr. % (^^)). 
GoTort, William U. (70), Blackstone Bldg. 
Govert ('00) & Lancaster (*01), Blackstone Baildinff. 
Attorneys for State Stireet and Quiney Nat, jBanlBS* 
8u Card in Appendix, page 111. 



PLACE. 

Rankin. 
Rantoul. 
Red Bud. 
Ridgway. 
Roanoke. 
Robinson.* 
Rochelle. 
Rook Falls. 



COUNTY. 

Vermilion. 
Champaign. 
Randolph. 
Gallatin. 
Woodford. 
Crawford, 
rle. 
dteside. 




NAMES OF ATTORNEYS, 

Refer to Hoopeston. 

Refer to Champaign. 

A. D. Riess. 

W. S. PhilUns § C80). 

Refer to El Paso. 

McCarty & Arnold. 

Wirick S (S. v., '07) & Wiriok » (F. A., '08). 

Refer to Sterling. 



ROCKFORD,* Winnebago County. Pop. 64,102. 

Carpenter § C9S) & St. John § ('99), Winnebago NatioauJ Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 111. 



ROCK ISLAND.* Rock Island County. Pop. 90,000. 

Searle & Marshall, Safety Building. 
Searle^ C. J. ('90). 
Marshall, C. B. C94). 



Rockton. 

Roodhonse. 

RoscTille. 

Roesville. 

Rushville.* 

St. Charles. 

Salem.* 

Sandwich. 

Savanna. 

Saybrook. 

Shannon. 

Shawneetown.* 

Shelbyville.* 

Sheldon. 

Somonauk. 

Sparta. 

Spring Valley. 



Winnebago. 

Greene. 

Warren. 

Vermilion. 

Schnyler. 

Kane. 

Marion. 

DeKalb. 

CUTOII. 

McLeui. 

Carroll. 

Gallatin. 

Shelby. 

Iroquois. 

DeKalb. 

Randolph. 

Bureau. 



Refer to Rockford. 

D. F. King § (76). 

Refer to Monmouth. 

Refer to Hoopeston. 

B. O. Willard. 

Hany G. Hempstead § C9S), 

William A. Mifis § ('09). 

Harry C. Lewis § ('05). 

F. J. Stransky. 

Refer to Bloomington. 

Refer to Lanark. 

Roedel (CarL '72) & Roedel fJGhaples K.,'04). 

Headen {(Walter C.,'76) & Headen (ThomM 

Refer to Watseka. [M., '03). 

Refer to Sandwich. 

Goddard & Goddard. 

Refer to Princeton. 



iSPBINGFIELD.* Sangamon County. Pop. 68,000. 

Allen ('92), Humphrey Cll) & Converse ('00), Illinois Nat. Bk. Bldg* 
SurcettttorB to MeAnulty, Allen A Hutnphrry, 
See Card in Appendix, page 111. 
Brown ('84), Hay Cm & Crelifhton § ('10), 514J E. Monroe St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 112. 
Conkling ('(>i) & Irwin fyn), 205 S. Fifth St. 
Attorneys for Jtidgrlu Natiofial Banh, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 112. ' 
Graham & Graham, 216 S. Fifth St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 112. 
Stevens ('00) & Herndon § (^08), Suite 401 BooUi Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 113. 

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ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS. 



47 



StMBtoB. 

Sterling. 
Stre»tor« 

SoDiyan.* 

Sumner. 

pjounore.* 

Tagrlornlle.* 

Toledo* 

Toulon.* 

TonoUu* 

Upper Alton. 

UrbMtt.* 

VandaEa.* 

Vienna.* 

VirdM. 

VirKima.* 

Warren. 

Wanaw. 

Waahington. 

Waahiagtoo Heights. 

Waterloo* 

Wataeka.* 

Wankegan.* 

WaTeiley. 

Wenona. 

Wheaton.* 

Whitehall. 

Wilndngton. 

WuicheBter.* 

Windsor. 

Woodatoek.* 

Wyoming. 

Yarkrille.* 



OOUXTY. 

Macoupin. 
Whiteuda. 
LaSaUe. 

Mooltrie. 

Lawrenoe. 

DeKalb. 

Ghristian. 

Cumberland. 

Stark. 

Don^laa. 

Madiaon. 

Champaign. 

Favette. 

Johnson. 

Maoonpin. 

Caaa. 

Jo Davieas. 

Haneock. 

Tazewell. 

Cook. 

Monroe. 

Iroquois. 

Lake. 

Morgan. 

MarahaU. 

DnPag«. 

Gbeene, 

Will. 

Scott. 

Shelby. 

McHenry. 

Stark. 

Kendall. 



MAMB8 OF ATTOItNETa. 

J. S. Clarke. 

John A. Ward. 

Boys § C^l Osborn § (*96) & Grlgcs § 

See Card in Appendix^ page 113. \xQQ). 
Joe, L. McLaughlin. § 
Refer to Lawrenoeville. 
Faiaaler (John, '96), Fulton $ (William J.« 

'01) & RoberU (R. R., '10). 
ProTine (William M., '68) & Provine | (Wal- 
Refer to Mattoon. [ter M., '97). 

J. U. Renniok. 
Thomas Coleman. 
Refer to Alton. 
Oreen & Palmer. 
Brown (J. J.) (& Bumaide (J. Q.). 
Clias. J. UufFman. 
J. H. Murphy. 
J. J. Neiger § ('96). 
Refer to Galena. 
Plantz & Lamet. 
Refer to Pekin. 
Refer to Chicago. 
A. C. Bollinger. 
Saum & Malo. 
Elam L. CUrke ('88). 
Refer to Jacksonville. 
Refer to Laoon. 
C. W. Hadley. 
Harry O. Tunison. 
Refer to Joliet. 
John A. McKeene. 
Refer to Mattoon. 
Mullen § (Arthur J.,' 
Refer to Toulon. 
John Fitzgerald § ('82). 



['01). 
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ATTORNEYS IN INDIANA. 



FLAO& 

Albion.* 

Alexandria. 

Anderson.* 



An^hu* 

AUica. 

Anhan.* 

Aarora. 

Bedford.* 



Capital^ IVDiAKAPOUS. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



OOUSTY. 

Noble. 

Madiaon. 

Madison* 



Steuben. 

Fountain. 

DeKalb. 

Dearborn. 

Lawrence. 



NAUES OF ATT0&KET8. 

Grant <& Foote. 

J. E. HaU. 

Chipman, Vestal & McMahan* 

Hefer to any BanJt or Trust Co, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 113. 
A. C. Wood. 
F. C. Pumell. 
J. E. Pomeroy. 
L. E. Daviea § ('06). 
William E. Clark ('90). 



Bloomfield.* 
Bloomington.* 



CUy AWy. JZe/era to li^dfonl Xat, and CUixens NaU Banka* 



Greene. Davis & Davis. 

Monroe. Miller (Robert G.) & Blair (James W.). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 113. 
Wells. Simmons r A., '70) & Dailey (F. C, '94). 

Warrick. Kiper & Fulling. 

Marshall. Refer to Plymouth. 

Clay. Refer to Brazil. 

Clay. C. G. Scofield. 

Marshall. ' Hayes <& Hayes. 

Franklin. M. JP. Hubbard. 

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Bloffton.* 

BooDTille.* 

Boorbon. 

S*vlii« Green. 

Bma* 

Bremen. 

Brookville.* 



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ATTORNEYS IN. INDIANA. 



PLACE. 

Brownatown.* 

Bntler. 

Cambridge City. 

Cannelton.* 

Centreyille. 

Charlestovrn. 

Chnmbufloo. 

Clinton. 

Columbia City.* 

Columbus.* 

Connenyilld.* 

Convene. 

Copydon.* 

CoTington.* 

Crawf ordsvllle.* Montgomery. 



oonuTY. 
Jaokeon. 
DeKalb. 
Wayne. 
Peny. 
Wayne. 
Clarke. 
WhiUey. 
Yennilion. 
WhiUey. 

Bartholomew. 

Fayette. 
Miami. 
Harrison. 
Fountain. 



Crown Point.* 

Danville.* 

Decatur.* 

Delphi.* 

Dunkirk. 

East Chicago. 

Edinburg. 

Elkhart. 



Elwood. 
English.* 



Lake. 

Hendricks. 

Adams. 

Carroll. 

Jay. 

Lake. 

Johnson. 

Elkhart. 



Madison. 
Crawford. 



KAMXS OP ATTORNEYS. 

Applewhite § (Ralph B., '97) A RobertMii f 

Reter to Auburn. [(J. Ross, '07). 

Refer to Richmond. 

£. 8. Lincoln. 

Refer to Richmond.^ 

Refer to Jeffersonville. 

G. W. Kichler. 

Miller & Pike. 

McNagny (Wm. F., *74) & MoNagny (Rob. 

R.,T'13. and Phil. M.,i '13). 
Baker (Charles S., '81), Richman (Frank N., 

'08), Sl Neible § (Walter L., '98). 
Wiles (A.) <& Springer (R.). 
Refer to Peru. 
Wiles & Self. 

Livengood & Son. [M., '80). 

Crane (Benjamin,'76) & McCabe § (Charlw 

Set Card m Appendix, page 113. 
J. Kopelke. 

Judge of Superior Court, 1911'1914» 
O. E. GuUey. 
Heller, Sutton <& Heller. 
J. H. Cartwright. 
Refer to Portland. 
Refer to Hammond. 
Refer to Columbus. 
William B. HUe § ('98). 
Refern to any Bank or l^ust Co, in XUchart^ 

See Card in Appendix, page 114. 
O. A. ArmiQeld. • 

Refer to New Albany. 



EVANSVILLE.* Vandbrbubo CouirrY. Pop. 09.647. 

Cunningham & Ortmeyer ('01), 214 & 215 Waverley Building. 
Attorneys for City yational Bank* 
See Card in Appendix, page 114. 
Frey ('80) & Welman ('82), 81G-817-818 Citizens' Bank BIdg. 
Att'ysfffr //. A JV. B, R. Co, and Southern R*ufay Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 114. 
Iglehart, Joseph H. § (^08), 216-217 Mercantile Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 114. 
Iglehart § ('00) & ffeilman § ('00), 916-919 Citizens' Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Artj^ndix^ page 115. 
Robinson ('83) & StUwell ('89), Suite 508 Old State Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Attorneys for J*ut»lic VHlitieB Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 115. 
Walker ('76) & Walker ('06), 214 Main St. 

Att'yBfor R, G, Dnn At Co, and People's Savings Bank* 
See Card in Appendix, page 115. 



Fairmoant. 



Grrant. 



Refer to Marion. 



FORT WAYNE.* Allen County. Pop. 72,114. 

Barrett, Morris A Hofftnan, 717 Shoaff Bldg. Cable Ad. Barmor. 
Barrett, James M. ('77). 
Morris, Samuel L. ('74). 

Hoffman, Edward G. ('03). [Breemor. 

Breen & Morris, Second floor People's Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. * 
Attommysfor The People's Trust & Savings Co, 
See Vard in Appendix, page 117. 
Heaton & Heaton, Citizens' Trust Co. Bldg. Cable Ad. Atonaple. 
AtVysfor Citixens* Tr, Co,, Home Tel, A Tel'g'h Co, Modem Coll, I>ept, 
Heaton, Owen N. 

Heaton, Benj. F. § [Ad. Samor. 

Morris, Samuel L., Jr. § ('07), 304-305 The People's Trust Bldg. Cabla 
See Card in Appendix, page 117. 
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ATTORNEYS IN INDIANA. 



49 



rLA€S. 


COUWTT. 


FoQntain C^ty. 


Wayne. 


Fowler.* 


Benton. 


Fnuikfort.* 


CHnton. 


FnmkUn.* 


Johnson. 


F^ankton. 


MadiBon. 


Ganett. 


DeEalb. 


Gary. 


Lake. 


GesGity. 


Grant. 


Geneya. 


Adams. 


Goodland. 


Newton. 


Godien.* 


Elkhart. 




General 


Gieeneaetle.* 


Patnam. 


Greenfield.* 


Hancock. 


Gieonilmii^.* 


Decatur. 


Hagentown* 
Hammond. 


Wayne. 
Lake. 


Hartlbid City.* 


• 

Blackford. 


Hobart. 


i:4ake. 


HontiiigbiiTg. 


Dubois. 


Huiitiii|rton.* 


Huntington. 
Lake. 



FORT WAYNE.* Allen Couhty. — CarOinved. 

Perry, Ely £., § 221-225 Shoaff Building. 

<See Card in Appendix., page 117. 
Vesey & Vesey, 204-209 Bass Block. Cable Ad. Vesev.ll 

AWyefor JPiret Nat. Bh., Port Wayne Moiling MiU Co,, Tri-St€Um 
Loan it Tm9i Co., and CindnHati, UamiltonAl>ayUn%MaiUway, 
Vesey, Williain J. VeseVf Allen J. 

Vesey, Dayid S. § 

NAMES OF ATTOSznnrs. 
Refer to Richmond. 
£. G. Hall. 

Guentherf, Clark $ & Van Bnmt. 
Geo. I. Whit«. 
Refer to Anderson. 
H. W. Mountz. 
Bomberger, Curtiaj Starr & Peters. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 116. 
Refer to Marion. 
Refer to Decatur. 
A. D. Baboock. 
Lou W. Vail (»79). 
Civil rraetUfe. Att'y for SlUhart Co. Tr. Co, 
Hayes (S. A.) & Murphy (M. J.). [P., 'Pe). 
Cook § (Charles H., ^06) & Walker § (Jonas 
Davidson & Schlemmer. 
Refer to Richmond. [& Peters (*04). 

Bomberger COO), Curtis COO), Starr ('06) 

See Card in Appendix t page 116. 
Waltz & Emshweuer. 
Refer to Hammond. 
Leo. H. Fisher. [*02). 

Cline § aohn Q., '87) & GUne § (Claade, 
Refer to Gary. 

INDIANAPOLIS.* Mabion Couott. Pop. 233,650. 

Baker A. Daniels, 611-614 S. W. cor. Pennsylvania <ft Ohio Sts. 

Baker, Albert. 

Daniels Edward. 
BerrybiU. iohn S. ('76)^ 134 E. Washington St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 117. ^__. 

Bingbam§ ('87) & Bingfham § ('15), Suite 1005-1006 Fleteher Sav 

See Card in Appendix^ page 117. 

Bingham, James § ('87). 

Bingham, Remster A. § ('15). 
Davis, Paul O. (*08), Fletcher Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Pavis. 
City Attorney f Trial Work a specialty. 

See Card in Appendix, page 118. 
Deitcb, Guilford A. § ('81), 429 N. Pennsylvania St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 118. 
Edenharter, Frank T., 302-304 Indiana Trust Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 118. 
Florea A Seidensticker, 27$ S. Delaware St., Rooms 1, 2, A 3. 

See Card in Appendix, page 118. 
Hanna & Daily, Suite 1027 Lemcke Building. 

5a Card in Appendix, page 119. 
Harvey § & Austfll § 1206-1211 State Life Bldg. 

JAtigation involving patents, trade names, and unfair competition. 

See Card in Appendix, page 119. 

Holtzman C86) & Coleman § ('96), 1541-6 Lemcke Annex. Cable Ad. 

Holtcole. 
Counsel /or Continental Nat, Bk., Bankers Trttst Co,, Sterling Fire Ins, Co, 

See Card in Appendix., page 119. [Cable Ad. Joham.li 

Jones ('75), Hammond ('89) & Jones ('07), 306-309 Odd Fellow Bldg. 
Att'ys for Indiana Nat, Bank and Indiana Bankers* Association, 
See Ccard in Appendix, page 119. 
Keith. Ernest R., § 1023-1024 Law Building. Cable Ad. Erkeith. 
JProbate and Beat Estate Jjate a specialty. 
See Card in Appendix, page 119. 
Indianapolis continued on next page. 

1 1 Use Western Union Teleg^raph Code. 

I'll wrregpondilng^ tnenUan HubbelPs. It prmtwUs ^er^He^. 



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60 ATTORNEYS IN INDIANA. 

INDIANAPOLIS.* Mabion County. - Coirtwiiierf. 

Latta, Will H., § 8X0 Traction Terminal Building. 

Attorney for IndianapolU Street Railway Co., ete. Refers to 
any Trust Co. or Bank, Corporation and Railway. Law. 
Martlndale, Charles § ('81), 1106-1107-1108 Fletcher Savings & Trnst 
^ee Card in Appendix, page 120. [BU«., 106 £. Market St. 

Masters, J. Fred, bnite 408 fidelity Tmet Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 120. 
Matson. Kane & Boss, Lemoke Annex. Gable Ad. Matga.H 
B0n«ral tivil praetiee. Special attention to n»Mn/ieipal and eorpormHim. 
bond law, public utility law, and generdl corporation buHnest, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 121. 
Matson, Fredentik £. 
Kane, Ralph K. 
Robs, J ames A. 

McCord, Robert D. 
Zapf , L. Roy. 
iMiLLEB, Dailsy <& Thompson, 1354-1362 Lemoke Annex. 

Miller, Wm. H. H. [Cable Ad Milshirt. 

1840-19 17 

MiLLEB, Samuel D. 
Dailey, Frank C. 
Thompson, Wm. H. 



Robertson, Lon A. 
Miller, Sidiney S. 
Myers, Walter, 835 State Life Building. 
Mefert to BobbS' Merrill Company, Indiana National Bankt Jl^fdher- 
Ameriean National Bank, and Yale Vnioersiiy. ' {Ad. Pf ODCO. 

Pickens, Cox & Conder. Fourth Floor, State Say. <& Tr. Bldg. Cable 
Counsel for the State Savinge & Tr%i9t Conwany, 

Refer tot TiieF'letchfr' American Nationm Rank, IndianapoUtk 

See Card in Appendixt page 120. 

Piokens, William A. 

Cox, Linton A. 

Conder, Earl R. [Bldg. Cable Ad. Champicmo. 

Pickens, Moores, Davidson & Pickens, 1300 Fletcher Sav. A Tr. 

Refer to Pennsylvania JAnee f Western Union Tel, Co, t Postal Tel,'Cable Co.; 

Ocean AooULent A Quarantee Corp,f and Sitnpson, Thatcher 4b Rartlett, New 

York. Central Union Tel, Co,; U. 8. JF, A O. Co,; Atneriean Surety Co, $ tfohn 

Mttneoek Mutual lAfe Ins, Co,; Pullman Company, 

See Card in Appendix, Page 120. 

Pickens, Samuel O. ('73). Davidson, Robert Franklin C9S), 
Moores, Charles W. 083). Piokens, Owen (^04). 

Chambers, Smiley N. § ('14). ' 

Scott, Elmer U. | ('03), 923-929 Lemoke Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 120. 
Taylor, WllUam L. ('86), 621-623 State life Bldg. Cable Ad. Lontay. 
Taylor, Carter & Wright, Suite 1513-14 Merchants Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 122. 
Taylor, Harold. 
Carter, Solon J. 
Wright, Burrell. 
Vanler, J. Olias § ('06), Suite 1215 State Life Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 122. 
Walker & Hollett, 200 Indiana Trust Bldg. 
Att'ysfor Indiana Tr, Co,, Bankers Surety Co., Western Brick Works, Nat^l 
Safety Elevator Co,, Miller Hardware Co,, Oen, Rleetric Co., Cole Motor Co* 
Walker, Merle N. A. ('91). 
Hollett, John £. ('97). 

names of attorneys. 

Bomar Traylor. 
Wihner T. Fox § ('05). 
Fred L. Bodenhafer. 
T. B. Cunningham. 
Newby & Newby. 
Chas. H. Peters. 
Wolf <& Barnes. 
Refer to Crawfordsville. 

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place. 


COUNTY. 


Jasper.* 
Jenersonville.* 


Dubois. 


Clark 


Kendallville. 


Noble. 


Kentland.* 


Newton. 


Knightstovn. 


Henry. 


Knox.* 


Starke. 


I[okomo.* 


Howard. 


Ladoga. 


Montgomery. 



ATTORNEYS IN INDIANA. 



51 



lAfayetto.* 



I^ Grange.* 
La Porte.* 



Lawrenoebiug.* 
Lebaoon.* 
liberty.* 
Ligonier. 



COUNTY. 

Tippecanoe. 



La Grange. 
Porte. 



La 



Dearborn. 
Boone. 
Union. 
Noble. 



NAMES OF ATT0BNBT8. 

Charles A. Burnett § ('85). 

See Card in Appendix, page 123. 
Kumler ('68) & Oaylord ('85). 

See Card in Appendix, page 123. 
Jobn W. Hanau. 

Osborn (Frank E., '80) & Otborn {L^L.. 
'05, and Kennetb D., '14). 

See Card in Appendix, page 122. 
Thomas S. CraTens. 
A. J. Shelby. 
Walter F. Bossert. 
W. H. Wigton. 



LOGANSPORT.* Cass County. Pop. 21,G62. 

MoConnell ('62), Jenklnes ('85), & Jenkines (*97), 214 Fourth St. 
AWy»f&r Indiana Union TraeOim. Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 124. 
Babb. Mahoney & Fansler, 220 Foiirth St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 124. 

D. W. Mcintosh. 

Refer to Shoals. 

Refer to Crown Point. 

Edward S. Roberts. [Conbrow. 

Condo § ('96) & Browne § ('98). Cable Ad. 

State B*k and C. A O. R'way Co,, of Ind, 

See Card in Appendix, page 123. 
Kivett <& Kiyett. 
Refer to Brownstown. 
Refer to La Porte. 
6. L. Swain. 
Refer to Warsaw. 
Ralph S. Feig. 
John H. Edwards. 
L. D. Carey. 
J. D. Sturgis. 
Refer to Martinsville. 
James Blackburn. 
Whlte§(Wm.FVOO)&Haymond$(Wm. 

See Card in Appendix, page 125. [T., 'OCQ. 
Refer to Ooshen. 
Refer to Bloomington. 
George H. Hester § ('92). 
Refer to BoonviUe. 
WUliam £. Jeffenr § CSS). 
Refer to Mount Vemoii. 
H. B. Aikman. 
Shirts & Fertig. 
Refer to Wabash. 
Dixon & Meloy. 
Refer to South Bend. 
J. M. Vandeyeer. 
W. H. Talbott. 
Willson & Turner. 
Refer to Fowler. 

Buskirk & Buskirk. [S., '0$). 

"^ ^ '"^ §(6e] 



Linton. 


Greene. 


Loogootee. 


Martin. 


Lowell. 


Lake. 


Bfadiaon.* 


Jefferson. 


Marion.* 


Grant. 




Att'yfor Marion 


MartinsvUle.* 


Morgan. 


Medora. 


Jackson. 


Michigan City. 
Middletown. 


La Porte. 
Henry. 


Bdford. 


Kosciusko. 


Mishawaka. 


St. Joseph. 


BliteheU. 


Lawrence. 


Montioello.* 


White. 


Montpelier. 


BUickford. 


Mooresyille. 


Morgan.' 


Mount Vernon.* 


Posey. 


Muncie.* 


Delaware* 


Nappanee. 
NadCriUe.* 


Elkhart. 


Brown. 


New Albany.* 


FU>yd. 


Newbnig. 


Warriok. 


New Castle.* 


Henry, 


New Harmony. 


Posey. 


Newport.* 
Noblesyille.* 


Vermilion. 


Hamilton. 


North Bfanehester. 


Wabash. 


North Vernon. 


Jennings. 


Notre Dame. 


St. Joseph. 


Oakland aty. 


Gibson. 


Orieans. 


Orange. 


Osgood. 
Chdard. 


Ripley. 
Benton. 


PaolL* 


Orange. 


Perw.* 


Miami. 


Petenboig.* 


Pike. 


Pieroeton. 


Kosciusko. 


Flymoath.* 


Marshall. 


Portland.* 


Jay. 


Priaeeton.* 


Gibson. 


Rensselaer.* 


Jasper. 


Riehmond.* 


Wayne. 


Ridgerille. 


Randolph. 


RinngSnn.* 


Ohio. 



Bailey § (Walter C, 
JohnlC. Chappell. 



76) St Bailey § (Henry 



Refer to Warsaw. 

Lauer <& Kitch. 

Frank Jaqua. 

L. C. Emoree <& Son. 

John A. Duiilap. 

Freeman § (Perry J./80) & Freeman { (Gath 

P., '()8). Cable Ad. Manfree. 
Ait*yB for Hirhmond Home Telephone Co* 
Refer to Winchester. 
Chas. B. Matson. 



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ATTORNEYS IN INDIANA. 



PLACB. 

Rochester.* 

Rookport.* 

Rockville.* 

Riuhville.* 

Salem* 

Soottsburg.* 

Seymoor. 

ShelbyyiUe.* 

Shoals.* 



COUNTY. 

Fulton. 

Spemoet. 

Parke. 

Rush. 

Washington. 

Soott. 

Jackson. 

Shelby. 

Martin. 



NAMES OF ATT0BNXT8. 

Holman § (Geo. W., '72). Bernetka $ (HaRy, 

'90) & Bryant $ (Frank £., '96). 
Elbert M. 8wan § (74). [S., '92). 

MaxweU § (Howsffd, '87) A McFaddm (John 

A. L. Oanr. 
Elliott & Huston. 

B. M. Owens. [(T. H., '12). 
Montgomery § (0. H., '84) A Montgomery § 
Carter, Hall §, WiUiams & P«U. § 

Frank Gilkison. 



Spenoer.* 
Sullivan.* 
TeU City. 



SO.UTH BEND.* St. Joseph County. Pop. 66,000. 

Anderson ('54), Parker ('80), Crablll ('92) & Crumpacker ('04), 
See Card in Appendix, page 124. [Eighth floor, " J. M. S." Bldg. 

Graham & Crane, 5-6-7-8 Odd Fellows Bloek. 

See Card in Appendix, pa^e 125. [Life Bldg. 

Mclnemys § ('00-'06), Yeagley ('94) & McVicker § ('13), ConsenratiYs 
See Card in Appendix^ page 125. 



Owen. 

Sulliyan. 

Perry, 



Hiokam <& Hickam. 
Have & Hays. 
Refer to Cannelton. 



TEBRE HAUTE.* Vioo County. Pop. 68,157. 

DavU § ('91), Bogart \ ('02). Royse § ('02) & Moore C93), 613-616 
Terre Haute Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Daybog. 
See Card in Appendix, page 127. 
Royse. C. A. ('97), 714 Terre Haute Trust Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 127. [Star Bldg. 

Stlmson 074), Stimson ('72), Hamill § ('12) & Davis § ('11), 401-405 
' See Card in Appendix, page 126. 



Thomtown. 

Tipton.* 

Tolleston. 

Union City. 

VaUonia. 

Valparaiso.* 



Vernon.* 
Versailles.* 
Veray.* 
Vincennes.* 

Wabash.* 
Wakarusa. 
Warren. 
Warsaw.* 

Washington.* 

Waterloo. 

Whiting. 

Williamsport.* 

Winamac.* 

Winchester.* 

Worthington. 

Zionsville. 



Boone. 

Tipton. 

Lake. 

Randolph. 

Jackson. 

Porter. 



Refer to Lebanon. 
£dward Daniels § ('97). 
Refer to Hammond. 
Refer to Winchester. 
Refer to Brownstown. 

Kelly § (Daniel E., '88) & Galvin $ (Timo- 
thy P., U6). Cable Ad. Kelvin. 
Mefer to Valparaiso Sat, Bank and Fir^t Trtut Co, 
Jennings. Refer to North Vernon. 

Ripley. F. M. Thompson. 

Switzerland. C. S. Tandy ('82). [(Chas. B., '95). 

Knox. Calverley § (Wm. F.. '96) & Judah § 

AtVyfor International Harvester Co,, A XT, 8* f • Jt G, Co. 



Wabash, 
Elkhart. 
Huntington. 
Kosciusko. 

Daviess. 

DeKalb. 

Lake. 

Warren. 

Pulaski. 

Randolph. 

Greene. 

Boone. 



Frank O. Switzer § ( '89). 

Refer to Goshen. 

Refer to Huntington. 

Frazer (Wm, D., '82) & Frazer § (Jas. R., '01). 

Aft* jf 8 for Indiana lA>an Jt Trust Co. 
Hastings, Allen & Hastings. 
€teo. W. JBrooks. 
Refer to Hammond. 
Victor H. Ringer. 

Horner § (R. £.,'08) & Thompson § (R. E.,'0^. 
A. L. Bales. 
Refer to Bloomfield. 



Refer to Lebanon. 
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ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 



Capital^ Des Moikes. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



NAMES OF ATTOBNBT8. 

F. J. McGreevey. 

Geo. B. Lynch f (»93). 

D. H. MUler § (^95). 

Refer to Creston. ['09). 

Townseiul § (Fred, '87) <& Miller § (Cbas. £,, 

liefer to Eldoip.. 

Sullivan & McMahon. 

Refer to Corydou. 

W. C. Shepard | ('06). 

It^for to Storm Lake. 

R. E. Nicol. 

George C. Gorman § (^00). 

Refer to Atlani ic. 

Refer to Carroll. 

B. A. Goodspeed § r9G). 
See Card in Appendix, page 127. 

J. H. Ross. 
Rafer to Cherokee. 
A. L. Preston. 
Refer to Newton. 
Frank Wisdom ('90). 
CoUectiati Departnhent. F. D, Wisdom , Notary* 

C. W. ^Snyder § ('97). 
Frank H. Scnvrirtz. 
Refer to Clarion. 
Refer to Belle Plaine. 
Payne & Goodson. 
J. J. Snell ('90). 

See Card in Appendix, page 127. 
Refer to Carroll. 
Refer to Washington. 

Refer to Garner. ['10). 

Talbott § (Frank R., '02) & Talbott (John £., 



PULOK. 


coDsry. 


Ackley. 


Hardin. 


Adftir. 


Adair. 


Adel.» 


Dallas. 


Afton. 


Union. 


Alhia.* 


Monroe. 


Alden. 


Hardin. 


%»Da.* 
Mertoo. 


Kossnth. 

Wayne. 

Batler. 


Alliaoo.* 


Alta. 


Buena Vista. 


Ames. 


Story. 


Axuuncwa.* 


Jones. 


Anita. 


Caas. 


Anadia. 


Carroll. 


AaanUc.« 


Cass. 


Andnbon.* 


Andnbon. 


Amelia. 


Cherokee. 


Atom.* 


Pottawattamie 


Baxter. 


Jasper. 


Bedford.* 


Taylor. 




€ttneral BraetUse. 


Belle Plaine. 


Benton. 


BeUeme. 


Jackson. 


BehnoDd. 


Wright. 




Benton. 


BWnfield.* 


Davis. 


Boone.* 


Boone. 


Bieda. 


Carroll. 


Brighton. 
Britt. 


Washington. 
Hancock. 


Brooklyn. 


Poweshiek. 



BURLINGTON.* Dbs Moines Couwty. Pop. 24,324. 

Blake^ Wilson & Jackson, 304-308 Tama Building. 
AtVyfoT Merehanta* National Bank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 127. 

Bhdce, W. E. (Estate). 

Wilson, Harold J. S ('01). 

Jackson, W. E. § ('15). 
Power A Power, Suite 205 German- Am. Savings Bank Bldg. 

Att'yB Qerman^Atneriean and Iowa Staie Savings Banks* 

Power, J. C. ('63). 

-Power Gny N. { ('93). 
Seerley ('78) & Clark ('86), 406-411 Tama Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 128. 
Tracy ('85) & Tracy ('72), Tama Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 128. 



Gslfiope. 
Calmar. 
Csmanche. 
CarrolL* 



Sioux. 

Winneshiek. 
Clinton. 
Carroll. 



Refer to Orange City. 
Refer to Decorah. 
Refer to Clinton. 

Reynolds ('90) & Meyers fi ('04). 
See Card m Appendix, poge 128. 
Refer to Bellevue. 
Refer to Guthrie Center. 
Martin § (LeClair, '96) & Tumipseed § (Harry 
B., '13). 
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in mrr^tpatUUng, mention Hubbeireu It promoieB wrvied. 



Ca«»de. 
C«ey. 

Cedar Falls. 



Dubu^ne. 
Gnthne. 
Black Hawk. 



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ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 



PLACE. 



Cedar Rapids. 



Genterrille.* 

Cerro Gordo. 
Chariton.* 
Charles City.* 
Cherokee.* 

Clarenoe. 
Clarinda.* 

Clarion.* 
Clarksyille. 
Clear Lake. 
Clinton.* 



COUNTY. 

Linn. 



NAMKS OF ATTOBinrrS. 

Grimm, Wheeler, Elliott & Jay. 

Sm Card in Appendix^ poge 128. 
Redmond ('83) & Stewart ('92). 
Set Card in Appendix^ page 129. 
Appaaooee. WUson § (J. M., '96) & Smith (R. W., *00). 

AWyfor C. M, A 8t, J*. M'way Co. General rracUce. 
Cerro Gordo. Refer to Mason City. 

Lncas. J. A. Penick. 

Floyd. J. C. Campbell. v . 

Cherokee. Uerrick § (£. C, '76) & Herrick { (W. K., 

'(H). Cable Ad. Herrick.|| 
Cedar. Refer to Tipton. [(Earl, »98). 

Page. Scott $ (Herbert H., '72) & Peters § 

AtUnmevBf&r Clarinda National Bank and I*age Co, State I9'h» 
Wright. Naglei (C. M., *68) A Naj^e § (C. J., '08), 

Butler. C. G. Burling § ('97). 

Cerro Gk>rdo. Refer to Mason City. 

Clinton. Chase, Seaman (^82) A Sutton (^). 

AtVyfor City Nat, B'k. Befer to all Clinton Banks. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 129. 
EUis ('88) & MfcCoy ('96)7 
CounBol for People's Trust A 8av. Bank and Ja, A lU* My* Co. 

See Card in Appendix^ pa^ge 130. 
Jasper. Refer to Newton. 

Columbus Junction. Liouisa. Molsberry &. Reaney. 

Coon Rapids. Carroll. Refer to Carroll. 

Coming.* Adams. Meyerhoff & Gibson. 

Correouonyille. Woodbury. Ban Edmunds. 

Corydon.* Wayne. MUes § (Lewis, '68) & Steels § (C. W., '82). 



Colfaac 



COUNCIL BLUFFS.* Pottawattamie Countt, Pop. 29,292. 

Mayne & Green, 227-231 Merriam Block. 

Corporation, Commercial, and Bankruptcy Law. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 130. 
Saunders ('88) & Stuart ('92), Rooms 307,308, <fe 309 Shugart Block. 
Attorneys for Chicago Cfreat Western Mailway Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 130. [Cable Ad. Hartin, 

Tinley, Mitchell, Pryor & Ross, Rooms 300-308 Shugart Blook. 
Special aftcfttion of Wlwlesale Mcrvhante, Manufacturers, Cor- 
porations, and Bankers called to Card in Appendiae. page 13 X. 



Cresoo.* 
Creston.* 

Dakotah.* 



Howard. 
Union. 

Humboldt. 



Reed § (C. W., '96) <& PergUr $ (Charles, '08). 
L. Jay Camp § ('90). 

Attorney for First National Batih, 

Refer to Himiboldt. 



DAVENPORT.* Soott Coxtnty. Pop. 48,164. 

Cook & BalluflT, 220 Main St. Cable Ad. Cobal. 

General Practice, Corporation and Insuranoe XcM#. 
See Card in Appendix, page 132. 
Flcke & Ficke, 228 W. Third St. 

Special attention to Beal Estate, Probate, and ^nandal laws, JVt- 
vestments. Attorneys for Scott County Bowings and Xowa National 
Banks. No Small Collections, 
Ficke, C. A. (76). 
Ficke, R. C. ('92). 
Ficke, A. D. ('08). 
Higgins, John C, Lane Building. 
Corporation, Commercial and Probate latr. Proper attention to 
husiness of non-rrsidents. Att*y for Citisens Trust A Saringm 
Bank, General Practice in State and Federal Courts, Trinl of 
Causes. ^ Fouipped conimercial dej*artment. 
See Card in Appendix, page 1.32. 
Lane & Waterman, Suite 200 Lane Building. 

Successors to^ Davison A J^ane. Corporation and Bailroad Lmnr. 
See Card in Appendix, page 133. 
Davenport continued on next page. 

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In i»rre8pOfidinff9 menHtm Habbell's. It promdfM •arvfce. 



PLACE. 


COUNTY. 


Dedham. 

Delhi. 

DenlaoiLi* 


Winneshiek. 
Carroll. 
Delaware. 
Crawford. 



ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 65 

DAVENPORT.* Soott ComrtY, — Continued, 

Mueller, Alfred €. ('07), 31 & 32 McManna Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 133. 
Petersberger^ Isaac § ('97), Suite 22^225 Lane Bldg. 
AU^m^ew for Bradatreet. All iegai ^uHt^ess of tMM-reHdeia eU«nto, 
tJorponUion, Contmereial and Prodoto Law. Special ColUeHon 
JejMM'Imgnt. Befertt to anp local Jobber, Bamh, or Man^acturer. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 132. 
Sharon § C78) & Harrison, 213-214 Masonic Temple. 

Sec Card in Appendix, page 134. 
Wilson § (72), Grilfc § ('02) & Wilson §005), 201 Putnam Bldg. 
JProbate and Corporation Law. JFarm Mortgage Loans Negotiated. 

See Card in Appendix, page 134. 

VAMBS OF ATTOBHSYS. 

E. W. Cutting. 
Refer to Carroll. 
Refer to Blanobester. 
Sims C7» ) & Kuebnle C82). 
See Card in Appendix, page 129. 

DES MOINES.* Polk Coumty. Pop. 105,548. 

Ayres, Strauss & Shaw, 505-6-7 Crocker Building. 
Corporation and Cotntmereial Law. 

See Card in Appendix, Dogel^, „,.«,, 

Brammer §, Lehmann § & Seevers, Suite 517 Flemmg Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 135. 
Carr, Carr & Evans, 816^21 Hippee Bldg. 

AttomepH for Iowa, Chicago Great Western BaUwajf Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 136. 

Carr, George H. 

Carr, Fred. P. 

Evans, Donald. 
Clark & Byers, Suite 500 Crocker Bldg. 

Corporation, Insurance Laiw, and Commercial lAUgaUon* 

See Card in Appendix, page I3(i. 
ICollln & Rippey, 417-420 Hippee Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 137. 
Cnmmins, Hume & Bradshaw, 508-512 Crocker Bldg. 
Mefcr to any Bank in Des Moines. 

See Card in Appendix, page 136. 
Henry, Alberson A. Henry, § 605-606 Equitable Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 135. 
Bniler A Wallingford, § Suite 302 Toungerman Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Trial Lawuers, Befer to the Banks ofBes Moines. [Milford.O 

See Cora in Appendix, page 138. 

Miller, Jesse A. 

WaUingf ord , J. D . § 

MiUer, Oliver H. 

Curray, Roy E. 
Nourse & Nourse, Observatory Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 136. 

Nourse, Clinton L. 

Nourse, Emory M. 
Parker, Parrlsh & Miller, 1012-1021 Hippee Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 138, 
Read & Read, § Suite 919 Hippee Building. Cable Ad. Reads.l 

See Card in Appendix, page 139. (table Bldg. 

Stipp, Perry, Bannister & Starzinger, 1115-16-17-18-19-20 Equi- 

gflwirwf I'raetiee. Special tUUntion to Corporation, Con^'cH, and Ins. Law. 

See Card in Appendix, page 138. 

Stipp, Harley H. 

Perry, E. D. 

Bannister, Robert J. 

Starzinger, Vincent. 
Sullivan ('81) & Sullivan § ('94), Clapp Block. 

Insurance. Cgrporation and Cotnntercial Law. 

See Card in Appendix, page 140. 

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56 



ATTORNEYS W IOWA. 



Pia.OEL 

De Witt. 

0exter. 
DowCitj. 



OOUXTT. 

Cliatoo. 

' Dallas. 
Cnwfoxd. 



VAMEM OF ATTOBHXTfl. 

Pascal S (Aylett L., *78) <ft Paseal § (PetetTal 

P., W). 
Refer to AdeL 
Bof er to Deniaoiu 



DUBUQVK.* DuBuqcs Couktt. Pop. 86,494. 

[A Loenst Sta. Cable Ad. Lacybrown. 
Brown § ('83), Lacy § ('OQ & Cleweil $ ('13), Luuohi BnU^' £i^hth 
Ati9mep»f»r loMfu Trust Jt HavingB Hank, 
tiee Cora in Appendix, page 140. 
Frantzen § & Bonaon, SSuite 409 Bank A losuance Bldg. 
Att«prney9 fnr tierntan IVuBt Jt Satrlngm Itank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 140. ^ [Bldgr. Cable Ad. Herdan. 
Hnrd § (70), Lenehan § ^'74) A Kiesel § r7(>), Suite 609 Bank & Ina. 
JLW*mepB for the Se.rnud KatioruU Bunk, 



See Card in Appendix, page 140. 
KenlSne ^97) & Roedell ('01), Bank A hma 
AitomeffB for JtHrBt National Bank. 
Bee Card in Appendix, page 141. 



BIdg. 



Ihndap. 

l>yenTi]Ie. 

Eagle QroTO. 

EarlTiDo. 

Eddj^iUe, 

EkUm.* 

Elkader.* 



Epwortb. 
EetiierviUe* 
Erini. 
FaurfiekL.* 

Farley. 
FaimingtOD' 
Fayette. 
Fontanelle. 
FcMrest City.* 
Fort Doage. 



GamBTillo. 

Gamer.* 

Olenwood.* 

Glidden. 

Goldfield. 

Grand Junetion. 

Greene. 

Greenfield.* 

Grinnell. 

Griswold. 

Gnindy Center.* 

Gnthrie Center.* 

Guttenberg. 

Hamburg. 

Hampton.* 

Harlan.* 

Hawarden. 

HolBtein. 

Hubbard. 

Humboldt. 

Humeston. 

Ida Grove.* 

I ndependence.* 



HoRieoD. 

Dnbaqne. 

Wrigkt. 

Delaware. 

Wapello. 



Clayton. 
Palo Alto. 

Dubuqne. 
Enunett. 
Audubon. 
Jefferson. 

Dnboane. 

Van Buren. 

Fayette. 

Adiair. 

Winnebago* 

Webater. 



Fort MadUon.* Ijee. 



Clayton. 

Hancock. 

Mills. 

CarrolL 

Wi-igbt. 

Greene. 

Butler. 

Adair. 

Poweshiek. 



Caas. 

Grundy. 

Guthrie. 

Clayton. 

Fremont. 

Franklin. * 

Shelby. 

Sioux. 

Ida. 

Hardin. 

Humboldt. 

Wayne. 

Ida. 

Buchanan. 



E. R. Cadwell <fe Son. 

Refer to Dubnqne. 

£. Sebaffter. 

Refer to Mancbeater. 

Gillies & Dangherty. 

Aymer D. Davis § (^06). 

I). 1). Murphy A Son. 

McCartT f (Geo. B., '68) A MeCarty f 

(Dwight G., '04). 
Refer to Dubuque. 
William A. Ladd { ('80). 
Refer to Audubon. 
£. F. Simmons } ('85). 

Beal BBtaiB and Probate Law* 
Refer to Dubnqne. 
Refer to Keoaauqua. 
Refer to West Union. 
Refer to Greenfield. 
Homer A. Brown. 
Helaell ('80) & HelsellJ fOS). 
General Vivii Practice, Trial Work a Bpedalty^ 

See Card in Appendix, page 190. 
Georse B. Stewart ('88). 

See Card in Appendix, page 120. 
Refer to Hkader. J*98). 

Ramsay (W. H., '88) A BlackstoM § (F. £., 
Genung A Gennng. 
Refer to Carroll. 
Refer to Eaffle Grove. 
Refer to Jefferson. 
Refer to Clarksville. 
C. L. Chapman. 
Rayburn § (WiU C, '93) A Lyman 

Mtefer to any Bank in the Citff, 
Refer to Atlantic. 

Williamson (R. J.) A Wiflonghby (H. A.). 
Sayjes J (Edward R., '76) A Taylor f paries 

[H., '06). 



§(Ho 



06). 
enry 



A. H. Borman. 
R. C. Campbell. 
E. P. Andrews. 

CuUison (G. W.) A CnUiaon (IS.). 
C. A. Plank. 
R€»fer to Ida Ghrore. 
Refer to Eldora. 
Lorenzo W. Housel § ('01). 
Refer to Corydon. 
Charles S. Macomber § ('82). 
Cooki ('71) * CooJ^ § ('04). 
See Card in Appendix, page 141. 
Use "Western Union Telegraph Code. 



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ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 



67 



PLACB. 


OOUKTY. 


Indianola.* 


Warren. 


Iowa City.* 


Johnson. 


Iowa Falls. 
Jeffencm.* 
Kelkw. 


Bardin. 
Greene. 
Jasper. 



KAME8 or ATTORKKYB. 

Henderson (J. H., *70) & HenderwMi (F. P., 
Attorn€yBfor Jt'irtt Xational »ank» [>ui). 
JSieaminers o/ Land Title*. 

Messer § ('09), Cflearnian { (*00) & OUen 
Mrfer to ITirBt Haiional Bank. [§ ('II). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 141. 
Bryson A Bryson. 

Church (Z. A., '80) <& HeCuUy § (D. C, *09). 
Refer to Newton. 



KBOKUK.* LsjB CouvTT. Pop. 15,004. 

ColUns, W. B. C65) & H. R. § ('99), dO N. Fifth St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 141. 
CTAig, Theodore A. j ('99), 2» N. Fifth St. 

Attorney for Security State Bank, Huiekatnp 
Bros, Co. I JiC«ilo0g-0<tye Co*, mnd others. 
See Card m Appewiii^page 142. 
Hollings worth § (%) & Blood ('98), Rooms 6. 7, <fc 8 Association Bldg. 
AtVysfor R. G, Bun ^ Co,, antt Keokuk Ifational Bank, 
See Card in Appendix, page 142. 
I, A. L. ('84), 24 N. rtfth St. 
Befers to Keokuk National Bank, 

Walker iW. M., '80) A McBeth $(^1^^. 
WiUard H. Lyon J ('02). ftl- 'OD- 

Jacobs ^(John W.,V)) <& MoGaulley § (M. R., 
T. A. Kingland § ('01). ['15). 

F. L. May. 
Refer to Waterloo. 
T. M. Zink. 

S^ Card in Appendix, poge 142. 
James R. Locke $ ('08). 
V. R. McGinnis. ^ 
Roadifer <& Roadifer. 
Refer to Chariton. 
F. L. HoUeran § ('91). 
Refer to Klkader. 

A. E. Cook. ['98, and C. G., § '10). 

Yoran § (Calirin, '68) & Toran (MelTin J., } 
Refer to Carroll. 
Refer to Rockwell City. 
F. D. Kelsey ('81). 
Refer to Cherokee. 
Havner, Roller & Hatter. 
Refer to Cedar Rapids. 
F. L. Meeker § ('94). 
ffotrn State Bk. or any Hank in the City, 

Smith § (Early *00) & Rinard § (L. C, 
Refer to JFirst Xational Bank. [^). 

Refer to Tipton. 
C. W. KeUogff. 
Refer to Des Moines. 
Refer to Newton. 
W. R. Lewis § ('66). 
Herrick & Reied. 
Refer to Wapello. 

Spenoe S (R. H., '75) A Beard I (H. C, '98). 
T. M. McAdam fi ('84). 
Kepler, Dennis A Kepler. 
Ho Anan C72) A HoAitan § C99). 
3e0 Card in Appendix, page 143. 
Refer to New Hampton. 
E. H. Addison. 
Refer to Lansine. 
Refer to Storm Lake. 
M. £. Geiser. 
Refer to Oskalooea. 
John E. Cross § ('04). 
See Card tn Aji^endix, page 143. 
II Use Western Union Telci^pb Code. 

Im emr r ms p ^m ai nff, menUon Hubbell's. It promoter service. 



Keoaaaqna.* 
KnoKTiAe.* 


Van Buren. 

Marion. 


LakeCitT. 
Lake Milk 


Calhoun. 


Winneba^. 


latsnng. 


Allamakee. 


LavorteCity. 
LeMars.* 


Black Hawk. 
Plymouth. 


Lenox. 


Taylor. 


Leon.* 


]>ecatnr. 


Logaii.* 


Harrison. 


Lneaa. 


Lucas. 


Lyona. 

McQregror. 

MalTem. 


Clinton. 
CUytoa. 
Mills. 


Haneheater.* 


Delaware. 




Carroll. 


MaaHm. 


Calhonn. 


Maqnoketa.* 


Jackson. 


Mareiis. 


Cherokee. 


Marei«o* 


Iowa. 


Marion.* 


Linn. 


Marfthalltown.* 


MarshalL 


B/efers to Marsh* 


BlasosOtty.* 


Cerro Gord 


MeehamcBrnlle. 


Cedar. 


MiMmri Valley. 


Harrison. 


MiteheUTQle. 


Polk. 


Monroe. 


Jasper. 




Poweshiek. 


Montieello. 


Jones. 


Nondnir San. 
Mount Ayr.* 


Louisa. 
Ringgold. 


Mount Pleasant* 


Henry. 


Mount Vernon. 


Liim. 


Mnaesitine.* 


Muscatine. 


Naahna. 


Chiekasaw. 


Nevada.* 


Story. 


New Albin. 




NewelL 


Bnena Vista. 


Xew Hampton.* 


Chickasaw. 


NewShann. 


Mahadca. 


Newton** 


Jasper. 



58 



ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 



PLACE. 

Nora Springs. 

Northwood.* 

Oakbuid. 

Odebolt. 

Oelwein. 

Ogden. 

OUn. 

Oiiawa.^ 

Orange City.* 

Osceola.* 
Oskaloosa.* 



0OU>TY. 

Floyd. 

Worth. 

Pottawattamie. 

Sac. 

Fayette. 

Boone. 

Jones. 

Monona. 

Sioux. 

MitcheU. 

Clarke. 

Mahaska. 



NAMES OF ATTOBKXY8. 

Refer to Charles City. 
Kepler A Baxter. 
Reler to Avoca. 
Refer to fcjac City. 
K. R. O'Brien. 
Refer to Boone. 
Refer to Anamos* 
J. £. Cooper. 
Van Osterhout A Eolyn. 
Wm. H. Salisbnry 5 fOO). Jliam N., '99). 
Temple (Maroellus L., 73) & Temple § (Wil- 
Burrell § (^W; & Devitt § ('97). 
See Card in Appendix, pog^ 143. 



OTTUMWA.* Wapello County. Pop. 22,012. 

GilUes § ('03) & Daugherty § ('98), First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 143. 
Heindely Geo. F. % ('91), Phoenix Trost Bldg. 

Heferit to hlret National Hnitk, of OttutMwa. 
McNett & McNett, 134 £. Main St. 

McNett, WiUiam ('70). 

McNett, Walter ('05). 



Panora. 

Parkersburg. 

Paallina. 

Pella. 

Perry. 

Pocahontas.* 

Pomeroy.* 

PostviUe. 

Prairie City. 

Primghar,* 

Radchff. 

Randolph. 

Red Oak.* 

Rockford. 

Rock Rapids.* 

Rock Valley. 

Rockwell City.* 

Rolfe. 

Sabula. 

Sac City.* 

Salem. 

Sanborn. 

Seymour. 

Sheldon. 

Shell Rock. 

Shenandoah. 

Sibley.* 
Sidney.* 
Sigoumey.* 



Guthrie. 

Butler. 

O'Brien. 

Marion. 

Dallas. 

Pocahontas. 

Calhoun. 

Allamakee. 

Jasper. 

O'Brien. 

Hardin. 

Fremont. 

Montgomery. 

Floyd. 

Lyon. 

Sioux. 

Calhoun. 

Pocahontas. 

Jackson. 

Sac. 

Henry. 

O'Brien. 

Wayne. 

O'Brien. 

Butler. 

Page. 

Osceola. 

Fremont. 

Keokuk. 



Refer to Guthrie Center. 

W. T. Evans. 

Refer to Primghar. 

Georee G. Gaass § ('04). 

W. H. Winegar. 

J. M. Berry. 

Refer to Rockwell City. ['09). 

Burling § (F. S., '72) <& Burling § (Wm. H., 

Clements, Arnold <& Clements. 

R. J. Locke § ('02). 

Refer to Eldora. 

Refer to Hamburg. 

Ralph Pringle. 

Refer to Charles City. 

S. D. Riniker. 

Refer to Orange City. 

£. C. Stevenson § ('81). 

Charles H. Moon ('00). 

Refer to Maquoketa. 

R. L. McCord. 

Refer to Mount Pleasant. 

Refer to Sheldon. 

Refer to Corydon. ['11). 

Lindsay (Jas. B.. '11) &, Phelps (Spencer A.» 

Refer to Clarksville. 

L. H. Mattox § ('(H). 

See Card in Appendix, page 146. 
Clark & Dwinell. 
Tinley, Mitchell & ThomeU. 
D. W. Hamilton. 



SIOUX CITY.* Woodbury County. Pop. 61,787. 

Burg ess, E. A. ('92), Suite 318 Iowa Building. 

Free, Fred. H. 

Wintherbotham, J. R. 
Marks & Marks, 60()-«12 Frances Bldg. 

Marks, Constant R. § ('(«). 

Marks, Russell A. § ('<)8). 
Milchrlst, Scott & Pitkin, Suite 700-702 Security Building. 

Milchrist, William ('72). 

Scott, George C. ('87). 

Pitkin, H. W. ('03). 
Sioux City continued on next page. 

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ATTORNEYS IN IOWA. 



59 



SIOUX CITY.» WooDBCBY County. — ContinuA/. 

Manger, R^ H., 617-21 Iowa Bldg. Cable Ad. Munger. 

Robinson, F. B. 
Rice, George R. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 144. 
Pendleton & Wakefield, 511-513 Iowa Building. 

Pendleton, Edmund ('U7). 

Wakefield, A. O. C^), 
Sttrgent ('01), Strong § ('81) & Struble ('01), Iowa Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 145. [Wright. 

Schmidt § & Pike, $ iSecurity Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 145. 
Sears, Snyder & Boughn, 012-613-614-615-616 TrimUe Block. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 145. 



PLACB. 



SioozRiqiidi. 

Spencer.* 

Spirit Lake.* 

State Centre. 

Storm Lake.* 

Stuart. 

Sntheriand. 

Tama. 

TempletoB. 

Tipton.* 

Toledo.* 

Traer. 

Vail, 

Villifica. 

Vinton.* 

Wabint. 

WapeUo.* 

Washington.* 

Waterloo.* 



Wankon.* 
Waveriy.* 
Webster City.* 

West liberty. 
Wert Union.' 
What Cheer. 
Wheatland. 
Wilton Junction. 
Wintenet.* 
Woolatock.* 
Wjoming. 



cocmTY. 

Buena Viata. 

Clay. 

Dickinaon. 

Marshall. 

Buena Vista. 

Onthiie. 

O'Brien. 

Tama. 

Carroll. 

Cedar. 

Tama. 

Tama. 

Crawford. 

Montgomery. 

Bentoik 

Pottawattamie. 

Louisa. 

Washington. 

Blackuawk. 



Allamakee. 

Bremer. 

Hamilton, 

Muscatine. 

Fayette. 

Keokuk. 

Clinton. 

Muscatine. 

Madison. 

Wright. 

Jones. 



NAMBS OF ATTOBKEYS. 

Refer to Storm Lake. ['OK). 

Heald § (Geo. A., 'd4) <& Cook § (Frank A., 

Francis & Owen. 

Refer to Marshall town. 

Bailie § (A. D., '81) & Edson § (W. C, *01). 

Carl P. Knox. 

Refer to Primghar. 

Jas. H. WiUett | ('04). 

Refer to Carroll. 

Henry L. Ruber § ('84). 

Struble & Stiger. 

Refer to Tama. 

Refer to I^nison. 

L. £. Lewis. 

Nichols <& Nichols. 

Refer to Avoca. 

Arthur Springer ('77). [Eich. 

Eicher ('83) £ Livingston { COl). Cable Ad. 

Pickett § ('90),Sw1aher§('00)&Farwell 

[('96). 
Attorneys for Leovitt A J'ohnecn National 
Bank, Waterloo, Cedar J-'aiie Jt Northern 
JtaUway Co., Corn Jieit Trlephone Cont' 
pany^Iova IJfe Ineuranee Co., Head^ 
fordBroB. A Hitehins Ifo%indry Co*, ete» 

See Card in Appendix, page 146. 
D. J. Murphy. § 
Dawson & Wehrmacher. 
J. K. Burnstedt § ('00). 

See Card in Appendix, page 146« 
Robert Brooke. 
H. P. Hancock § ('80). 
Refer to Sigoumey. 
Refer to De Witt. 
Refer to Muscatine. 
J. A. & W. T. Quiher. 
Refer to Eagle GroTe. 
Refer to Anamoea. 



ATTORNEYS IN KANSA& 



Capital, ToPKKA. 
For information concerniDg Attorneys, see page 2. 

PLACB. COUSTY. NAMES OF ATTOBNETB. 

Alnlene.* Dickinson. Hurd & Hnrd. 

Ahsa.* Wabaunsee. C. E. Carroll. 

AlwMHi^ Norton. Refer to Norton. 

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60 



ATTORNEYS IN KANSAS. 



PliAOB. 

Altamont. 

Alton. 

Antho^jr.* 

Areentiiie. 

Arkalon. 



City. 



Aahland.* 



oouirnr. 
Labette. 
CMionie* 
Harper. 
Wyandotte. 
Seward. 
Cowley. 

Clark. 



KAMB8 OF ATTQBHXn. 

Refer to Parsons. 

Refer to Osborne. 

Donald Muir. 

Refer to Kansag City. 

Refer to Meade. ['04). 

Faulfsoner (Albert, '01) A Wricbt (C. Ward; 

Refer to 4$ny Bank in Arkmnsas City. 
P. C. Kioe. 



ATCHISON.* Atchison Couktt. Pop. 1«,4». 

Goalon, C. J., 523 Cotnmemal St. 
Jacluon & Jackson, 112-114-116 North Fifth Ats. 
AUff'a /or Atchison, Toprka ^ Sante J>> It'teay Co,, aticl C B, A Q. Jt. Jt. Co. 
See Card tn Appendix^ page 146. ' 
Waggener, Cballias, DeLaey A Brown, Second floor, HetharingtoB Bldg*., 
oor. Foorth and Conimefroial Sts. 
Jtojfer to The Chemical Naii»nai Bank, Now York Cityt Tirot National 
Bank, Chloago; and The Bnnk of Commerce, Ht. Louia, Mo, 
Waggener, W. P. } ('90). Challiss J. M. § ('94). 
DeLacy, Geo. L. (W). B rown, Walter £. ('09). 

Waggenar, B. P. Ciil) (countel). 



Atwood.* 

Aognsta. 

Baldwin. 

Belle Plaine. 

BeUeyille.* 

Beloit.* 

Bine Rapids. 

Borden. 

Burlingame. 

Borlington.* 

BnrrC&k. 

Burrton. 

Caldwell. 

Carbondale. 

Cawker City. 

Centmlia. 

Chanute. 

Cherokee. 

Cherryyale. 

Chetopa. 

Cimarron.* 

Circleyille. 

Clay Centre.* 

Clyde. 

Coffeyville. 

Colby.* 

Cold water.* 

Columbus.* 

Concordia.* 

Cottonwood Falls.* 

Council GroTe.* 

Cuba. 

Dexter. 

Dighton.* 

Dodge City.* 

Ooufiflass. 

I )owns. 

Kdna. 

El Dorado.* 

Klk Falls. 
RHinwood. 
EHis. 
Ellsworth.* 



Rawlins. 

Butler. 

Douglas. 

Sumner. 

Republic. 

Mitchell. 

Marshall. 

Cowley. 




Coffey. 

Jewefl. 

Harvey. 

Sumner. 

Osage. 

Mitchell. 

Nemaha. 

Neosho. 

Crawford. 

Ifontgomery. 

Labette. 

Gray. 

Jackson. 

CUy. 

Cloud. 

Montgomery. 

Thomas. 

Comanche. 

Cherokee. 

Cloud. 

Chase. 

Morris. 

Republic. 

Cowley. 

Lane. 

Ford. 

Butler. 
Osborne. 
Labette. 
Butler. 

EHk. 
Barton. 
Ellis. 
Ellsworth. 

11 Use Western 



Earl E. Howard. 

Refer to £1 Dorado. 

Refer to Lawrence. 

Refer to Wellington. 

W. D. Vance. 

C. L. Kager $ COB). 

C. D. SimUi. • 

Refer to Winfield. 

Refer to Osage City. 

JoeRolstonCBl). 

Refer to Mankato. 

Refer to Newton. [*12). 

Hackney (Ed. T., '96) AShinn § (Byron L., 

Refer to Osage City. 

C. M. Higley § ('79). 

Refer to Seneca. ['97). 

Farrelly 5 (Hugh P., '87) A Eysiis § (T. R., 

Refer to Pittsbnrg. 

James A. Brady ('04). 

Refer to Parsons. 

Lester Luther. 

Refer to Holton. 

F. L.Williams ('86). 

Refer to Concordia. 

Chas. D. Welch ('99). 

E. H. Benson. [W., •14). 

Rich (Dick H., '92) A Von Schriltz § (Guy 

A. H. Skidraore (*76). 

Pnlsifer QPark B., '84), Hunt (Charles L. '00) 

Refer to Emporia. [<£ Short (Clyde L.,- '16) . 

Nicholson & Pirtle. 

Refer to Belleville. 

Refer to Winfield. 

Refer to Ness City. 

Scates (*9i) A Watkins C90). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 147. 
Refer to £1 Donuio. 
Refer to Osborne. 
Refer to Parsons. 
Leland ('67) A Clarke fid). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 147. 
Refer to Howard. 
Refer to Great Bend. 
Refer to Hays. 
IraE. Lloyci('71). 
Union Telegraph Code. 



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ATTORNEYS IN KANSAS. 



61 



PLACE. 


COOSTT. 


XAMBB or ATTOBirWt. 


EraporUu* 


I^on. 


Hamer C90) A Ganse ('90). 
Attfuepsfor CUUetuM XatUnai Banks 
See Card in AppeadtJc, page 147. 






Erie.* 


Neoaho. 


^^ine A StnrttfifL 


Eikridge. 




Refer to Alma. 


Eadon. 


Doncrlas. 


Refer to Ltfwrenoe. 


Eiireka. 


Greenwood. 


H. J. aodRaon 1 ('88). ^^ _ _ 


Florence. 
Fort Scott.* 


ICarion. 
BonrboB. 


Refer to Peabodj. {MMUe BU^ 
Hudson C90) & Hadsom f C14), »*^te 5 

See CarJm Appemdix, page 147. 
A. M. KM«e§rJ«KSoite 10-16 Moon BUg. 

.W Cmd U Appemdix, page 148. 


FnakforL 


IfanbaU. 


vt . J. iifegg.m 


F^edoDia.* 


Wibon. 


£. D. Mikeeen («d7). 


FroDtenao. 


Crawford. 


Refer to Pittrimi?. 


Galena. 


Cherokee. 


Andrews. Wilaon §C^. 


Galesbnnr. 
Garden U^.* 


Neoaho. 


Refer to Chanuie. 


flnnej. 


H. O. Trinkle. 


Ganett.* 


Ajideraon. 


N. L. BowmaiL 


Gayloid. 


Smith. 


Refer to Smit^ Centra. 


Giiaid.* 


Crawford. 


B. S. GaitakiU ('81). 


Goodknd.* 


Sherman. 


Refer to Colby. 


GoTe.* 


Gove. 


Refer to WakeoMy. 


GteatBend.* 


Barton. 


RnaaeU ik RnaulL 


Greenalnng.* 


Kiowa. 


€. H. Biaaitt.- 


Habtead. 


Harrey. 


Refer to Nowton. 


Hanevor. 


WaaliinKtan. 


Refer to Wiwhii^oe, 


Harper. 


Harper. 


J. G. WMhbo^ 


HajB.* 


Rllia. 


€. W. Reader. 


Hiawatha.* 


Brown* 


W. F. Memm 1 C87). 


HiJlCity.* 


Graham* 


P. D.TWek* 


Heiaiiigtmi. 


Barton. « 


Refer to Great Bend. 


pta£» 


Jaekaon. 


Bender A Oobba. 


Horton. 


Brown. 


W. EL Crawford. 


Homd.* 


Kik. 


A. P. Sin C04). 


Hoxie.* 


Sheridan. 


C. L. TWompeoa. 


Hi«etoiL* 


Stevena. 


Refer to Meade. 


Humboldt 


Allen. 


Amoa (G. A., «74) A Camion { (L. J.. MO). 
F. Lb Martin r85|. Van BL MarUn Cl^. 


HotchtiiBOii.* 


Beno. 






Mr. P; L,, MarOm MCee^^tdge IHMrimt Court. 






See Card ta Apptmdiz^ page 14M. 


iDdependence.* 


Montgomery. 


Claud J. Bryant 4 COl). 
See Card in Appemdix, page 148. 


lola.* 


Allen. 


Altea H. CampbeU ('85;. 


I>ka 


Ptatt. 


Refer to Pratt. 


JimiMtoin^ 


Olond. 




Jetmore.* 


Hodgpemaa. 


Refer to Lamed. 


JevdL 


Jewell. 


Refer to Mankato. 


JohHOB.* 


Stanton. 


Burton A KoehL 


Juetkm City.* 


Geary. 


L M. PUtt. 



KANSAS CITY.* Wtavdottb Cootitt. Pop. 98,292. 

Berger, A. L. (W, 224-28-28-80 WaUenmaier Bldff. CUdeAd. 

See Card ta Appendix^ page 148. [Berger. 

Oflfttjr. James P., 20 A 22 Court Block. 

aee Card in Appendix^ page 14^. 
McAnany ('92) & Alden C*95), 204r-206 Commercial Natl Bank BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 149. 

C. C. Calkina. 
W. K Broadie. 
Refer to Medicine Lodsre. 
Rnaaell (W. H.) A BnaRU (F. U.). 
C. F. Trinkle. 
E. R. Thorpe. 
H. S. Ron^ra. 
Ord Cllngman (^ 
See Card in Appendix^ page 149. 
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luBcmaD. 


Kingman. 


Kndey.* 


Edwarda. 


Ki(»va. 


Barber. 


UCrm.* 


Rnrii. 


i^Cjsne. 


Linn. 


Ukm.* 


Kearny. 


Uiaed.* 


Pawnee. 


Uwrenee.* 


Douglas. 



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ATTORNEYS IN KANSAS. 



liBAVENWORTH.* Lsayemwobth County. Pop. 22,350. 

Bond, Lee m), ^ 

McNaiiKhtoii,M.N.006), j Tunes Bmlding. 
Refera to anff ManU in JLeuvenworthm 



Leoti.* 

LeRov^ 

liboai.* 

Lincobi.* 

Ldndsbacg'. 

Logan. 

Lyndon.* 

lArons.* 

MePhonon.* 

Manhattan.* 

Mankato.* 

Marion.* 

Maiqnette. 

MaiTgrille.* 

Meade.* 

Medieme Lodge.* 

Miltonvale. 

MuineMio&.* 

Momd City.* 

Monnd YaUey. 

Mn l beirry. 

Neodesna. 

NesaCHy.* 

New Albanj. 

Newton.* 

New UlpaeB.* 

NoiioB.* 

Oakley. 

Oberlin.* 

(Mathe.* 

OBageCitsr. 

Osawatomie. 

Oebonie.* 

OduJooea.* 

OBwego.* 

Ottawa.* 

Oxford. 

Paola.* 



Parsons. 

Peabody. 

PhiUipaDnrg.* 

Pittsburg. 

PlauiTflle. 

Heasanton. 

Prtrt*.* 

Richfield.* 

RuBsell.* 

Rnasell Springs.* 

St. Franois.* 

St. John.* 

St. Maz7*8. 

St. Paul. 

Sabetha. 

Salina.* 

Santa F4* 

Saratoga. 

Soammon. 

Soandia. 

Scott.* 

SoottsriUe. 



OOUKTY. 

Wichita. 

Coffey. 

Sewara. 

Iiinooln. 

McPheraon. 

Phillips. 

Osage. 

Rice. 

McPheiSbn. 

RUey. 

JeweU. 

Marion. 

MoPheison. 

Marshall. 

Meade. 

Barber. 

Cloud. 

Ottawa. 

Linn. 

Labette. 

Crawford. 

Wilson. 

Ness. 

Wilson. 

Hanrey. 

Grant. 

Norton. 

Logan. 

Deeator. 

Johnson. 

Osage. 

Miami. 

Osborne. 

Jefferson. 

Labette. 

Franklin. 

Sumner. 

Mi fffl*i. 



Labette. 

Marion. 

Phillips. 

Crawford* 

Rooks. 

Linn. 

Pratt. 

Morton. 

Russell. 

Logan. 

Cheyenne. 

Stafford. 

Pottawatomie. 

Neosho. 

Nemaha. 

Saline. 

Haskell. 

Pratt, 

Cherokee. 

Republic. 

Scott. 

Mitchell. 



NAMES OF ATTORNETB. 

W. C. Dickey. 

Refer to Burlington. 

G. W. Sawyer. 

J. J. MoCurdy. 

Refer to McPherson. 

Refer to Phillipsburg. 

SUyely (J. H.) & Stavely (A. KJ. 

Jones (S.) & Jones (B. S.). 

Frank O. Johnson ('86). 

Evans & Kleymer. 

R. W. Turner. 

Refer to Peabody. 

Refer to McPherson. 

W. W. Redmond. 

H. L. Jones. 

Seward I. Field. 

Refer to Conoordia. 

F. D, Boyoe. 

J. O. Morse. 

Refer to Parsons. [*10) 

Smith § (Ralph H., '10) A Pedfoja | (John, 

C. W. Shinn (77). 

R. H. Baer. 

Refer to Fredonia. 

B. H. Turner. 

H. W. Stubbs mi). [Jr., »16). 

Hemphill 5 (R. W., '96) & Hemphill (R. W., 

Refer to Colby. 

J. F. Peters. 

S. D. Soott § ('83). 

McLonghlin A O'NeiL 

Refer to Paola. 

H. M. MoCaslin. 

H. T. Phinney. 

Stanton J. Mattox § C93). 

F. M. Harris. 
Refer to Wellington. 

Sheridan § (Frank M., '91) A Sheridan (Bex^ 

nard L., '10). 

Hefer to any Bank or County OffioeTm 
Kimball & Os|(Ood. 
AttomeyB for KjDohange State Bantc* 

C. M. Clark § ('87). 
R. F. Stinson. 

Keller ('08) & Malcolm § ('10). 
See Card in Appendix, paae 149. 
Refer to HUl City. 
Refer to Mound City. 
Barrett & Turner. 

Refer to Syracuse. ['16) 

Beardsley i (L. B., '84) A Ostnim | (Oscar! 
Refer to Colby. 
E. £. Kite. 
P. R, Nagle. 

G. W. tinier. 
Refer to Erie. 
Refer to Seneca. 
Tbos. L. Bond ('74). 
Refer to Garden City. 
Refer to Pratt. 
Refer to Columbus. 
Refer to Belleville. 
R. D. Armstrong. 
Refer to Beloit. 



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PLAOS. 

Sedan.* 

Sedgwick. 

Seneea.* 

Severance. 

Shaxon Springs.* 

Smith Centre.* 

Soldier. 

Solomon. 

Stafford. 

Sterling. 

Stockton.* 

STRunise.* 

Tliayer. 

Tonganozie. 



COUNTY. 

Chantauqua. 

Harvey. 

Nemalia. 

Doniphan. 

Wallace. 

Smith. 

Jackson. 

Dickinson. 

Stafford. 

Rice. 

Rooks. 

Uainilton. 

Neosho. 

Leavenworth. 



NAMES OF ATTOmrSTfl. 

W. H. Sproul ('94). 
Refer to Newton. 
Ohaa. H. Herold § ('80). 
Refer to Troy. 
D. R. Beckstrom. 
Relihan & Relihan* 
Refer to Uolton. 
Refer to Abilene. 
R. J. McMuUin. 
Refer to Lyons. 
W. B. Ham § ('84). 
George Getty. 
Refer to Cluuiilte. 
Refer to Lawrence. 



TOPEKA.* Shawnee County. Pop. 43,684. 

Blair & Ullard, New England Building. 

A.ttomey8 for IhUon fucifie Mi. It, Co, for KanaoM and MisMOuri, 

See Cora in Appendix^ page 15(). 
Ferry, Do ran & Cosgrovey (iOl-006 New England Bldg. 

ike Card in Appendix^ page 150. 
I^arimer, J. B. § (Vi;, 511 & 512 Mnlvane Bldg. Cable Ad. Larmore. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 151. 
Rossi ngton. Smith & Barniuny Crawford Building. 
General Attorneys for 

Merrhantf* yational Jianh of Topeka, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 152. 
Stone & McDermott, Suite 504 New England Bldg. 



Cable Ad. 
[Bloodsmith. 



See Card in Appendix^ page 152. 

Troutman, James A., Malvane Building. 

See Card in Appemlix, page 153. 



Cable Ad. 

[Stoder. 



Toronto. 

Tribone.* 

Troy.* 

UdalL 

Valley Falla, 

Wakeeney.* 

Walton. 

Wamego. 

Washington.* 

Wathena. 

W«r. 

Wellington.* 

Westmoreland .* 

Wetniare. 

Whit« Clond. 

Whiting. 



Wordson. 

Greeley. 

Doniplian. 

Cowley. 

Jefferson. 

Trego. 

Harvey. 

Pottawatomie. 

Washington. 

Doniphan. 

Cherokee. 

Sumner. 

Pottawatomie. 

Nemaha. 

Doniphan. 

Jackson. 



"\ 



Refer to Yates Center; 

Refer to Leoti. 

S. M. Brewster. 

Refer to Winfield. 

Refer to Oskaloosa. 

Herman Long. 

Refer to Newton. 

E. M. Bruner. 

J. R. Hyland. 

Refer to Troy. 

Refer to Columbus. 

W. W. Schwinn. 

Brookens § (E. C.,'07) & Francis § (E. S.,'13). 

Refer to Seneca. 

Refer to Troy. 

Refer to Holton. 



WICHITA.* Sedowick County. Pop. 65,000. 

Harris (Kos, '71) and V. Harris COl), Kozarris BuUding. 

See Card in jXppendiXy page 155. 
JHoaston (\S()) & llroolcs ('«2), Suite 429 Beacon Building. 
Attortiejfm for Kansas National Jianh, 

See Card in Appendix, page 153. [Schweiter Bide. 

Stanley ('<♦?), Stanley ('98) & Heeler ('05), Suite 402 A-B-C-D & E 

See Card in Appendix^ page 164. [Bldg. Cable Ad. Milvanlev. 

t Vermilion ('75), Kvans ('94), Carey ('97) & LUIeston ('00), Beacon 
.AU'^a for Hat, Bank of Cotntnerre and C. It, J. & Jf». Wway, 

See Card in Appendix, page 155. 



Wilson. 
Winfield.* 

Yates Center.* 



Ellsworth. 
Covrley. 



Refer to Ellsworth. 

Jaclcson ('80) A Noble ('84). 
See Card in Appendix, page 166. 
Woodson. S. C. Holmes ('93). 

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ATTORNEYS IN KENTUCKY. 



ATTORNEYS IN KENTUCKY. 

Capital, Fbaitkfobt. 
For informatioD concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLbAOK. 

Adairyille. 
Albany.* 
Alexandria. 
Aahland. 



COUNTY. 



HAMES OF ATrOKMKTB. 



Logan. 
Clinton. 
CampbeU. 
Boyd. 



Barbonrrille.* 

BardBtowD.* 

BafdwelL* 

Beattyyille.* 

Bedford.* 

Benton.* 

Booueville.* 



Bowling Qreen.* 'Warren. 



Brandenbiug.* 

Brookville.* 

BrownsriUe.* 

BurkesTiIle.* 

Barlingtoii.* 

Bntler. 

Cadiz.* 

CallKNni.* 

CampbeDsTiIle.* 

Campton.* 

Cariule.* 

Carrallton.* 

CatletUbug.* 

Clinton.* 

CloTeiport. 

Colnmoia.* 

Colnmbna. 

Corbin. 



Refer to ilnnellYille. 
£. Bertram. 
Refer to Newport. 
H. R. Uysard ('95). 
Proctor K. MaUn ('89). 
M. Hwvett § (^98). 
J. D. Tonrle. 
Kelly A Cherry. 
John £. Kane. 
G. W. Gourley. 

D. H. Peak. 
Sheravell (R. L.) A Reader (W. M.). 

E. E. Hogg. [(N. P., '14). 
Sims (J. C., '76). Rodes (John B., '91) & Sims 

AtVy It. Jt JV. jr. J{. Co., Afnef^tcan Jfat, Bank, J^oiter-Matloeh 
Trumt Co», Cumberland Telep9*one Co,, Adanta Eaopre99 C*o* 



Braeken. 

Knox. 

Nelson. 

Carlisle. 

Lee. 

Trimble. 

Owsley. 



Meade. 

Bracken. 

Edmonson. 

Cumberland. 

Boone. 

Pendleton. 




Mel 

Taylor. 

Wolfe. 

Nicholas, 

Carroll. 

Boyd. 

Hickman. 

Breckinridge. 

Adair. 

Hickman. 

Whitley. 



Refer to LonisTille. 
Refer to Angusta. 
Refer to. Bowling Green. 
J. O. Ewing. 
N. £. Riddell. 
Refer to Falmouth. 
Smith & R^an. 
John H. Miller. 
William M. Jackson. 
G. C. Allen. 
W. £. Darrarii. 
Winslow & Howe. 
Geo. B. Martin. 
John W. Bennett. 
Refer to Hardinsburg. 
L. C. Winfrey. 
Refer to Clinton. 
Refer to WilUamsbnrg. • 



COVINGTON.* Kkntok Couimr. Pop. 60,000. 

Kmst. Cassatt & Cottle, 401 Garrard St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 3*il. 

Ernst, Richa^ P. 

Cassatt, Alfred C. 

Cottle. Frank W. 
Jackson, Herbert, S. W. cor. Sixth <& Madison Sts. 

See Card in Appejidix, page, 323. 
Mackqy <& MackoytJOe Wallace Ave. 

Maokoy, W. H. 

Maokoy, H. B. 
Ronse, S. U. ('i)0), 402-:V4 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, paqe 156. 
Walker, Charles A. J., 1639 Madison Ayenne. 

Wade n. Lail CW). ['02). 

Hagby (C. C, '95) & Hngnely § (Ckenault, 
Baker <& Baker. 
Refer to Madisonrille. 
N. W. Utley. 
J. W. Kinnaird. 
I J. A. Faurest. 
James R. Mallory. 
Refer to New Castle. 
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Cjmthiana.* 


Harrison. 


DanviUe.* 


Boyle. 


l>ixon.* 


Webster. 


Earlington. 


Hopkins. 


EddyviHe.* 


Lyon. 


Edmonton.* 


Metcalfe. 


Klizabethtown.* 


Hardin. 


Elkton.* 


Todd. 


Eminence. 


Henry. 




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ATTORNEYS IN KENTUCKY. 



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PLACE. 

Fahnooth.* 

Flemingsburgr** 
Frankfort.* 

Franklin.* 

Frenehboi;;.* 

Fulton. 

GeoigetowB.* 

Glaq^.* 

Grayson.* 

Greentbug.* 

Greennp.* 

GreenTule.* 

Hardimbai^.* 

HarUw.* 

Hamdiboiip.* 

Hartfoni.* 

Hawesrille.* 

Huaid.* 



oomiTT. 

Pendleton. 

Fleminfr. 

FranJUln. 

Sim]p0on. 

Memfee. 

Fulton. 

Soott. 

Barren. 

Carter. 

Green. 

Greenno. 

Mahlenoer^. 

Breckinridge. 

Harlan. 

Mercer. 

Ohio. 

Hancock. 

Perry. 



VAMBS OF ATTORJIBT8. 

A. H. Barker. 

John P. McCartney. 

Brown ('97) & KuckoU (*98). 

See Card in Appendix, pagt 156. 
L. B. finn. 

Refer to Monnt Sterling. 
H. T. Smith. 
Bradley <fe Bradley. 

Baird (V. H^. '90) & Richardson (B. D., *90). 
Theobald <& Theobald. 
Noffgle (C. H.) <& Graham (J. H.). 
J. B. Bennett. 
Taylor, £aye8 & Sparks. 
Henry DeHaven Moorman f ('00). 
P. P. Acree ('0(5, mem. C. L. L. A.). 
C. E. Rankin 5 ('()2). 
R. E. L. Simmerman ('95). 
J. D. Kelly. 
Morgan & Nuckols. 



HENDERSON.* Hkkderson Ouhty. Pop. 11,452. 

Clay A Clay, \&2 Rankin Building. 

AtVyafor J-'arm^ra' Bank J^ Trust Co, 
Clay, Jaa. F. ('62). 
Clay, Jaa. W. CgS). 
Clay, A. Y. ('02). 
Yeaman & Yeaman, 200-1-3 Ohio Valley Banking and Trust Co. Bldg. 
AWyafor Uenderaon Nat» Bank and Ohio Valley Hanking and Trust Co. 
See Card in Appendix, page 156. [Cable Ad. Yeamanlaw. 

Yeaman, Maloolm ('63). 
Yeaman, James M. ('97). 



ICckman.* 

Hzndinan.* 

Hodgenville.* 

Hopkinsyille.* 

Hjden.* 

Independence. 

In«.» 

Inrine.* 

Jackioo.* 

Jam«iitown.* 

Jellioo. 

Ligrwige.* 

Lancasier.* 

Lavreneebing.* 

Lebanon.* 

Lntehfield.* 

Levisport. 



Fulton. 

Knott. 

La Rue. 

Christian. 

Ijcslie. 

Kenton. 

Martin. 

EstiU. 

Breathitt. 

Riiasell. 

Whitley. 

Oldham. 

Garrard. 

Anderson. 

Marion. 

Grayson. 

Hancock. 



T. S. Powell. 

H. H. Smith. 

Williams (C.) A Handley (L. B.). 

Linton § (H. W., '07) & Oark (A. H.. '10). 

Refer to Hazard. 

Refer to Corington. 

W. R. McCoy. 

Clarence Miller. 

E. C. Hyden. 

Lilbam Phelps. 

Refer to Williamsbnrg. 

R. T. Crowe. 

Refer to Danville. 

L. H. Carter. 

H. S. McElroy ('97). 

W, O. Jones. 

Refer to HawesviUe. 



IjEXINGTON.* Fatthttb Couott. Pop. 35,099. 

Falconer A Falconer, Trust Co. Building. 

Falconer, 1). G. Cm. 

Falconer, D. Gray (^K)). 
Jobnaton, J. Pelham ('03), 1204 Fayette Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Mefera to any Bank or Trtist Co, in Lexinffton* 

See Card in Appendix, page 156. 



Uberty* 
LondoB.* 
Looin.* 



Casey. 

Laurel. 

Lawrence. 



Refer to Danville. 
Hazlewood A Johnson. 
Fred M. Vinson. 



liOUISVIIiLE.* Jbffekson Couwty. Pop. 223,928. 

Bamett, Tyler, § 515 Louisrille Trust Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 157. 
LovlsTille oontluued on next pafce. 

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LiOUISVILLE.* Jefferson Couvty. — Continued, 
Barret, Allen &> Attkisson, Lincoln Bauk Bldg. 

iit^neml I'rartic*' it* nil iJourttt, 

Bairet, Alex. (7. Allen, Lafon. 

Attkisson, Eueene R. 
Bensinger, Arthur B. ^. Paul Jones Bld^. 

Sie Card in Appendix, page 167. 
Booth, Percy N., !K<<>-1)10 Lincoln Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, jtage 15(5. 
Brace & Bullitt, 1200-1212 Lincoln Bank Bldg. Gable Ad. Oxmoor. 
Bnllitt, Thomas W. 

Bruce, Helm. Bullitt. Keith L. 

Bullitt, Wra. Marshall^ Smith, Sidney^ 

Smith, Clarence C. 
Campbell & McAtee, 72:^-?24 Paul Jones Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix ^ page 157. 
Carroll, A. J. (HH). 804 Paul Jones Bide. 
Davis, John J. § (Mri), \m Realty Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, P<^ge 160. 
Dletziiiau, Richard Priest ('(M)), I^ouisvillc Trust BIdg. 
Duflln, Sapinsky &. I>ultln, Inter-Snuthern Life Bldg:. 
C<n'poraHnn and Comntrrrcial J^att*. livfrr to a»tff Itanh or 
Trust Co. in. LouUtrHle, Jif/., or Nrir Allntuji, Jnd, 
See Card in Appendix, page 158. 
Gibson & Crawford, Realty- Bidg., Suite iK)6. Cable Ad. Gibmarshal. 
Gibson, Charles II. (70). 
Crawford, \ Vm. W. ('01). 

Uettineer, J. Joseph. 
OUTord & Steinf eld, § 8a5-f^00 Inter-Southern Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 169. 
Gmbbs <& Grubbs, Rooms 910-912 InteivSonthern Building. 

Grubbs, Chas. S. (72). 

Grubbs, Rodman ('00). 
Harrison & Harrison, .HOl-302 Norton Building. 
OenenU Civil Practice. Coninifmial J>ept, liefer to Zouisviile TruMt Co. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 169. 

Harrison, O. H. (74). 
Helm & Helm, 611 Louisville Trust Bldg. 

Helm. Kennedy ('97). 

Helm, Jas. P., Jr. (MO). 
Humphrey, Middleton & Humphrey, Realty Bldg. Cable Ad. Humpdavie. 

Himiphrey, Alex. P. ('(iS). 

Humphrey, Edward P. ('94). 

Middleton, Chas. G. ('05). 

Humphrey, Churchill ('12). 
McDermott, Edward J. ('76), The Inter-Southern Bldg. 

Norman J. Van J^^Y^;^ ''^^^ i 420 Paul Jones Bldg. Cable Ad. Nornine. 

Binkley, II. P. ( 99). ) 
O'Neal & O'Neal, Eighth floor, Kenyon Building. 

O'Neal, Merit ('<K)). O'Neal, Goodloe Cm. 

O'Neal, J. T., Jr. ('(«). O'Neal, Emmett ('10). 
Sermour, C. B., 205 Walker Bldg. 
iT^RrE, DooLAN &. Cox, Columbia Building. 

Trabuk. Edmi'KD F. 

DooLAN, John C. 

Wekle<& VVehle, .'ilH-.52l'LouisTiIle Trust Bldg. 
Wehle, O. A. ('(W). 
Wehle, L. B. § ('04). 



PLACE. 


rOUNTY. 


XAMR8 OF ATTOHNEYS. 


Tiudlow. 


Kenton. 


Refer to Covington. 


MiKee.* 


Jackson. 


Refer to Mount Vernon. 


Madisonville.* 


Hopkins. 


LafFoon & Waddill. 

Speriai attention given to eolieetion 
Misa Ruth McSeill, 


Manchester.* 


Clay. 


RawlingH & Wright. 


Marion.* 


Crittenden. 


J. W. Blue. 



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PLACE. 


COUNTY. 


Mayfield.* 


Grares. 


MaTBville.* 
Middlesbozo. 


Mason. 


BeU. 


Montioello.* 


Wayne. ^ 


Morehead.* 


Rowan. 


Morganfield.* 


Union. 


Morgautown.* 


Bntler. 


Mount Olivet.* 


RobertB<N]. 


Mount ^terlingf.* 


Montgomery. 


Mount Vernon.* 


Rock Caatle. 


MonfordviUe.* 


Hart. 


Morrar.* 


CoUoway. 


New CWtle.* 


Henry. 


Newport.* 


Campbell. 


Nicholas ville.* 


Jessamine. 


OwenslMiro.* 


Daviess. 


Owenton.* 


Owen. 


Owingsrille.* 


Bath. 


Padttcah.* 


McCracken. 



Paintsyflle.* 

Para.* 

PikeTiUe.* 

PSneTiUe.* 

Prestonsbuiff.* 

Princeton.* 

ProTidenee. 

Richmond.* 

Rnssellrille.* 

SalyenviHe.* 

Sandy Hook.* 

Scottsrille.* 

Sebree. 

ShelhyHlle.* 

Shepherdsrille.* 

Smithland.* 

bomenet.* 

Spring:field.* 

Stanford.* 

Stanton.* 

Storgis. 

Ta]rtow?iDe.* 

TompkinsTille.* 

Uniontovm. 

Vancebargr.* 

Veraaifles.* 

Waisaw.* 

West liberty.* 

Whitesban:.* 

WbitleyCfty.* 
^'ickEffe.' 

WHfiannbDigr- * 
WHfiamstimik.* 
WiBehesfeer.* 



Johnson. 

Bourbon. 

Pike. 

BeU. 

Hoyd. 

CaldweU. 

Webster. 

Madison. 

Losran. 

Magoffin. 

£l¥ott. 

AUen. 

Webster. 

Shelby. 

Bollitt. 

JjiTineston. 

Pulaski. 
Washington. 

Lincoln. 

PoweU. 

Union. 

Spenoer. 

Monroe. 

Union. 

J^iewis. 

"Woodford. 

OaUatin. 

Morgan. 

Hietcner. 

MoCreary. 

Ballard. 

\iVhiUey. 

Cvrant. 

Ciark. 



NAMKS UF ATTORNEYS. 

Robbins 6(, Kubbins. 
Worthington, Cochran <& Browning. 
Sampson (J. R.,'71) <& Sampson (Wm., *02). 
Duncan <& Bell. 

B. 6. Wilson. 
G. L. Drury § ('99). 
Refer to Bowling Qreen. 
Robert Buckler. 

C. D. Grubbs. 
C. C. Williams. 
Watkins <& Carden. 
Coleman (J. H.) <& Lancaster (J. L.). 
Moody &. Barbour. 
John Wm. Heuver § ('99). 
E. B. Hopver. 
£. B. Anderson ('93). 

Ste Card in Apoendixj pagt 160. 
Perry & Commack. 
C. W. Goodpaster. 

Bradsbaw (W. F., '74) & Bradshaw 
§ (W. P., Jr., '00). 
Refer to CUy yat, B*k and Merhanire' Tr. A Sar. Ji*k, 
Mocquot (J. D., '93) & Berry ( W. A., '90). 

See Card in Appendix, page 159. 
Wheeler (Chas. K.,'HO— Jas. G., '12) & 
Vaughan & Howes. [Hughes (D. H.,'S2). 
Denis Dundon ('9.'t). 
Auzier, Harmon <& Francis. 
£. N. Ingram. 
Hopkins & Hopkins. 
Jno. C. Gates (^89). 
Refer to Dixon. 
A. R. Burman, Jr. 

Browder § (Wilbur F., '69) A Browder. 
John H. Gardner. 
A. T. Redwine. 
Refer to Bowling Green. 
Refer to Dixon. 

Beard (P. J.) <& Pickett (G. L.). 
T. C. Carroll. 

C. H. Wilson. 
Virgil P. Smith § ('87). 
W. C. McChord & Son. 
Refer to Danville. 
John T. Atkinson. 
Refer to Morganfield. 
L. W. Ross. 
Hebron Lawrence. 
Refer to Morganfield. 
R. D. Wilson. 
Field McLeod. 
R. B. Brown. 
Gardner & Redwine. 

D. D. Fields. 
Refer to Somerset. 

H. F. Turner. [(E. M., '09). 

Tye (H. H.,'91), Siler (A. T., '98) & Gatliff 
R. L. Webb. 
James M. Benton ('83). 



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ATTORNEYS IN LOUISIANA. 

Capital^ Baton Rouov. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOX. 

Abbeville.* 
Alexandria.* 



Amite.* 

Arcadia.* 

Bastrop.* 

Baton Ronge.* 

Bayoa Sara. 

Benton.* 

Bogalusa. 

Cameron.* 

Clinton.* 

Colfax.* 

Columbia.* 

Convent.* 

Conshatta.* 

Coving^n.* 

Crowley.* 

Delhi. 

Delta. 

Donaldsonville.* 

Eklgard.* 

Farmerville.* 

Floyd.* 

Franklin.* 

Franklinton.* 

Greenabnrg.* 

Gretna.* 

Hahnville.* 

Hammond. 

Harrisonbunr.* 

Homer.* 

Houma.* 

Jeanerette. 

Jena.* 

Jenningrs. 

La Fayette.* . 

Lake Charles.* 



Lake Providence.* 

LeesviUe.* 

Mansfield.* 

Many.*^ 

Marksville.* 

Minden.* 

Monroe.* 

Morsran City. 
NapoleonviUe.* 
Natchitoches.* 
New Iberia.* 



PARISH. 

Vermillion. 
Rapides. 



Tangipahoa. 

Bienville. 

Morehoose. 



KAMES OP ATTORMSrS. 

Kitchell & BaUj^. 
Thornton & Thornton. 

See Card in Appendix, page 160. 
White. HoUoinan & White. 

See Cfard in Appendix, paoe 160. 
R. C. A ». Reid. 
GofiF & Bamett. 
Madison (Jas. P., '85) A BCadison (H. Flood, 

*)il). [Ad. Kerwall. 

£. Baton Rouge. Kernan rc. W.) & Wall (I. D.). Cable 

See Cava in Appendix, page 160. • 
Refer to tSt. Francisville. 
James Smith. 
Arthur L. Bear S ('06). 
Refer to Lake Charles. 
H. H. Kilboume. 
J. B. Roberts. 
C. P. Thornhill ('84). 
Refer to Donaldsonville. 
Refer to 8hreveport» 
Arthur L. Bear § ('OB). 
Chappuls (P. J., '87), Holt $ (A. P, '02) & 
Refer to RayviUe. [Chappuls (C. L., *iti). 
Refer to Tallulah. 



West Feliciana. 

Bossier. 

Washington. 

Cameron. 

East Feliciaqa. 

Grant. 

Caldwell. 

St. James. 

Red River. 

St. Tammany. 

Acadia. 

Richland. 

Madison. 

Ascension. 

St. John Baptistr 

Union. 

West Carroll. 

St. Mary's. 

Washington. 

St. Helena. 

Jefferson. 

St. Charles. 

Tangipahoa. 

Catidionla. 

Claiborne. 

Terre Bonne. 

Iberia. 

La Salle. 

Calcasieu. 

La Fayette. 

Calcasieu. 



B. J. Vega. 

Refer to New Orleans. 



H. £. Dawkins ('09). 
Refer to RayviUe. 
Borah, Himel, Bloch & Borah. 
Ott (M. W.) & Johnson (D. R.). 
R. T. Carter. 
John E. Fleury. 
Refer to New Orleans. 
A. W. Spiller. 
Refer to Winnfield. 
Moore & Richardson. 
R. B. Butler. 
Refer to New Iberia. 
Refer to Winnfield. 
Refer to Lake Charles. 
Mouton & Debaillon. 

McCoy (C. A., '92) & Mobs § (L. H., '00). 
Refer to Calca$ieu Mat. B'k anil Calraeieu Tr, A Smtf, B*tc, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 160. 
James H. Gilfoil, Jr. 
W. W. Thompson. 
J. W. Parsons. 
R. A. Frazer. 
J. W. Joffrion. 

L. R. Watkins. [('08). Cable Ad. Stubbe. 
Stubbs cm, Theus ('»4) A Griaham 

See Card in Appendix, page 160. 
Refer to Fnuiklin. 

George S. Guion. [shall H..'84). 

Scarborough (Daniel C, '78) & Carver (Mar- 
Weeks§ (W. G.,'88) <& Weeks § (Edw. T.,'88). 



East Carroll. 

Vernon. 

DeSoto. 

Sabine. 

Avoyelles. 

Webster. 

Ouachita. 

St. Mary's. 
Aasumption. 
Natchitoches. 
Iberia. 



NEW ORLEANS.* Orleans Parish. Pop. 3S5,000. 

Adams, St. Clair ('00), 415-416 Hibemia Bank Bldg. 

Bums, Francis P. 
Portas, Arthur P. 
See Card in Appendix, page 161. 
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NEW ORLEANS.* Obuul^s FASisa. — Continued. 

Borah (*98), Hlmel ('05), Bloch § (*03) & Borah 015), 817-21 Wbit- 

See Card in Appendix, Page 161. ' [ney-Central Bldg. 

Buck, Walshe & Buck, 507 Hennen Buildbig. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 161. 
Carroll & Carroll, 801-808 Hennen Bid?. 

See Card in Appendix^ paqe 161. 

CarroU, Charles. 

Carroll, Joseph W. [Dartkeman. 

Dart, Kernan & Dart, Snite 904 Canal Bank & Tr. Bldf?. Cable Ad. 
AtVye /or JV. O, Wway A lAffht Co.; Cannl Bank A Trumt Co. 
Dart, Henry P. ('79). Dart, Benjamin W. ('09). 

Kernan, Benj. W. 092). Dart, Wm. Kernan ('13). 

Dart, Henry P., Jr. § 005). Dart, John 014). [Ad. Denegre. 
Den^gre, Leovy & Chaffe, Denegre Blda:., 217 Carondelet St. Cable 
JktVjgmfoi^ X. A N,R.JL Co.y S, P. R, M* Co., U. 8. Safe IfepoHt A Savings Bank, 

Denegre, George. Leovy, Victor. 

C haffe, Henry H . 

HeCall, Harry. 
Farrar, Ooldborg & Duf our, 1114 Hibemia Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Farrar, Edgar H. Goldberg, Abraham. [Criterion. 

Dnfonr, H. Generea. 

Janvier, George. Kammer, Alfred C. 

Orant & Grant, 701-703 Hennen Bldg. 
Grant, William. 
Grant, William B. 

Beattie, Charlton R. [Roncal. 

Hall, Monroe & Lemann, Suite 1104 Hibemia Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
JtHy*9 for Southern Railway Company ; Whitney- Centrai Natiqnal 
Bank: Alabama A Vieksburg and V. S.A. Jf*. Railway CoanjKin<es. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 162. 
Monroe, J. Blanc. 
Le mann, Monte M . 

Leverich, Watts K. 
Montgomery, J. W. 
Perret, St. John. 
Henry. Burt W., Weis Building. 

Re/era to the Bnnha of New Orieana, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 162. 
Howe, Fenner, Spencer & Cocke, 708 Union St. 
Oenei-al HracHce in Federal find Stale Courta. 
Spencer, Walker B. Gidiere, Philip S. 

Fenner, Charles Payne. Phelpe, Esmond. 
McCloskey & Benedict, Snite 1202-3^ Hibemia Bank A Tr. Co. Bldg. 
Attomeya for HUbemiM Bank A Truat Co. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 163. 
McLeod, William C. 089), 813 Hennen Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 162. 
HcLouffhlin. James J. 088), 1009-1010 Hibemia Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 163. 
Hanion, Martin H., § Suite 317 Hennen Bnilding. 

General J*ractiee. in all Courta, State and If'edeiral, 
May, John (*99), Suite 402 Weis Bldg., 826 Common St. 
The trial ofeaaea given apecial attention. 

Sfe Card in Appendix, jpage 163. [Merrick . 

IMerrlck, Grensler § Jk Scnwarz, Title Guarantee Bldg. Cable Ad. 

AtV^MfoT Convmnrrinl Nat. Bank and ComnterciaUQermania IV. A Sav. B'k. 

See Card in Appendix, page 164. 
Miller, Miller & Fletchlnger, 824 Common St. Cable Ad. Milford. 
JZ«/er to Ameriean Cotton <Hl Co. ^ Bank of Orleans ^ N. O.f The N. K. Fair^ 
^«»«»Js Co*f Chieago : The American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York* 
MUler, T. Marshall. Miller, John D. 

Fletchinper, Charles F. 
Montgomery, Richard Ballard, 422 Whitney Central Bldg. 
Admiralty — Inauranee — General Practice. 
Refera to any New Orieana Bank. 
See Card in Appendix, page 163. 
Provoaty, Michel, Suite 505-606 Tulane-Newcomb Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 164. 
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NEW ORLEANS.* Orleans Parish. — Conftiiiietf. 

Robinson, H. W., 22()-9 Henneii Baildiug:. 

(Sec Card in Appendix, paqt 164. 
Soule, Frank, 7<)K Hibeniia Bank Huildiiig:. 

Corpomtiftn, Cojniiirrriul , Jiitukriiptci/, and Probate Lauf, 

See Card in Appendix, jiooe KI4. 
Spearing;, J. Zach., Masonic Temple, ('able Ad. Jayzach. 

See Card in Appendix, page 1(55. 
Stafford, K. M., § 2*J()-229 lleiineu Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page Uwi. 
Weis, Fred. 8. (*0;t;, 826 Comniou J?tieet. 
General Civil i*r*ictice. 



PLACE. 

New Roads.* 

OberUn.* 

Opelousas.* 

Praqiiemine.* 

Poiute k la Hache.* 

Port Allen.* 

Rayville.* 

Reserve. 

Ruston.* 

St. Benuird.* 

St. Fi-ancisville.* 

St. Joseph.* 

St. Martinville.* 

Slireveport.* 

Slidell. 

Springville.* 

TallJah.* 

Thibodaux.* 

Trenton. 

Vernon.* 

Vidalia.* 

Vienna. 

ViUe Platte. 

Whitecastle. 

Winnfield* 

Winusboro.* 



PARISH. 

Pointe C'oup^. 

Allen. 

St. Landiy. 

Iberville. 

Plaquemines. 

West Baton Ronge. 

Richland. 

St. John Baptist. 

Lincoln. 

St. Bernard. 

West Feliciana. 

Teiinns. 

St. Martin. 

Caddo. 

St. Tammany. 

LiviiiKSton. 

Madison. 

Lafourche. 

Ouachita. 

Jackson. 

Concordia. 

Lincoln. 

Evangeline. 

Iberville. 

Winn. 

Franklin. 



NAMKS <*V ATTORNEYS. 

Bonanchand <fe Kearney. 
Refer to Lake Charles. 
K. B. Dubuisson. 
Bantm & NVilhert. 
Refer to New Orleans. 
Refer to Baton Rouge. 
Kllis (C. J J & ElliB. 
Refer to New (h-leans. 
Barksdal(> 6c Burksdale. 
Refer to New Orleiuis. 
Lawnison (S, McC; & Kilbonme (J. H.), 
Tho8. M. VViule, Jr. § (^10). 
Martin (Robert) & Martin (J. J.). 
Thatcher ('7S) & Welsh § (MI5). 
See Card in Ap}>fndix, page 166. 
Refer to Covinj,''ton. 
Refer to Baton Rouge. 
Sj)encer & Spencer. 
Martin, Pugh <& Coignet. 
Refer to Monroe. 
Refer to Ruston. 
Dale, Young <fe Wade. 
Refer to Ruston. 
Refer to OpelouHas. 
Refer to Donaldsonville. 
R. W. Ogleshy § ('01). 
Berry (C. L.) & Berry. 



ATTORNEYS IN MAINE. 

Capital, Augusta. 
For information concerninjr Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLA(TE. 


COUNTY. 


Alfred.* 


York. 


Anson. 


Somerset. 


Ashland. 


Aroostook. 


Auburn.* 


Androscoggin. 


Augusto.* 


Kennebec. 



NAMES OF ATTOR!^EY8. 

Refer to Biddeford. 
Refer to North Anson. 
William R. Hoix § ('(H5). 
John A. Morrill § ('8()J. 
Andrews § I'H.")) & Nelson § (*04). 

Sfe Card in Apjtendix, page 167. 
Williamson § (91), Burleigh § ('94) 

Mei^ean § ('()7). 

See Card in ^ \jtpendix, page 167. 

BANGOR.* Penobscot County. Pop. 24,803. 

Stearns, liOUis C, § ('06), Eastern Trust Bldg. 
See Card in Apjx'ndix. page 167. 

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PLACE. 

Bar Harbor. 

Bath.» 

Belfast.* 

Berwick. 

Bethel. 

Biddeford. 

Boothbay. 

Bradford. 

Brewer. 

Bridffton. 

BiDwnfield. 

Branswic^. 

Backfield. 

Backsport. 

Calais.* 

Camden. 

Caribou.* 

Cherryfield. 

Clinton. 

Comiah. 

Damarisootta. 

Dexter. 

Dover.* 

Eaxtport. 

Eden. 

Ellsworth.* 

Fairfield. 

Farmineton.* 

FortFZrfield. 

Foxcroft. 

Freeport. 

Vryehnig, 

(hudiner. 

Gorliam. 

HsdlowelL 

Harrison. 

HooltOQ.* 

Kennebnnk. 
Keonebunk Port. 
KiDg:field. 
Kitterj. 
Lewlston. 



Lhneriek. 

Uneoln. 

LjnoohiTille. 

Lisbon. 

Lirermore Fallii. 

Lorell. 

Labee. 

Kachias.* 

Madison. 

M«>ehanic Falls. 

Milliuoeket. 

Xew Castle. 

Newport. 

Nomdjrewoek. 

North Anson. 

North Berwick. 

Nonray. 

Oikland. 

fJidTown. 

OxfonL 

Paris. 

Rullns. 

Pitti&ld. 

Poland. 



CO0NTy. 

Hancock. 

Sagadahoc. 

Waldo. 

York. 

Oxford. 

York. 

Lincoln. 

Penobscot. 

Penobscot. 

Cnmberiand. 

Oxford. 

Cumberland. 

Oxford. 

Hancock. 

Washington. 

Knox. 

Aroostook. 

Waahingtcm. 

Kennebec. 

York. 

Lincoln. 

Penobscot. 

Piscataquis. 

Washington, 

Hancock. 

Hancock. 

Somerset. 

Franklin. 

Aroostook. 

Piscataqnis. 

Cumberland. 

Oxford. 

Kennebec. 

Cumberland. 

Kennebec. 

C>uinberland. 

Aroostook. 

York. 

Y'ork. 

Franklin. 

York. 

Androscoggin. 



York. 

Penobscot. 

Waldo. 

Androscoggin. 

Androscoggin. 

Oxford. 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Somerset. 

Androscoggin. 

Penobscot. 

Lincoln. 

Penobscot. 

Somerset. 

Somerset. 

York. 

Oxford. 

Kennebec. 

Penobscot. 

Oxford. 

Oxford. 

Franklin. 

Somerset. 

Androscoggin. 



>*AME8 OF ATTOBKEYS. 

Deasey «& Lyman. 

Joseph M. Trott § ('79). 

Dunton (K. F. and J. K.) & Morae (R. I.). 

E. K. Gowell cm. [C, '90). 
Herrick § (Addison £., '77) & Park § (EUery 
John A. 2Snow (H)5). 

Kefer to Wiscasset. 

Refer to Old Town. 

W. J. ISargeut. 

Walker (E. C.) & Pike (J. B.). 

Refer to Fryeburg. 

Wheeler & Howe. 

Frederick R. Dyer ('97). 

W. C. Conary. 

Herbert J. Dudley § ('02). 

Reuel Robinson. 

Albert B. Donworth § ('00). 

Refer to Machias. 

Refer to Waterville. 

W. P. Perkins. 

George A. Cowan § ('06). 

F. D. Dearth ('95). 
Guernsey & Hall. 
L. H. Newcomb. 
Refer to Ellsworth. 

Weeks (G. G.) <fe Weeks (H. E.). 

Elmer E. Richards § ('82). 

H. W. Trafton. 

C. W. Hayes. 

Refer to Brnnswick. 

£. E. Hastings & Son. 

Chas. A. Knight § ('JW). 

John A. Waterman ('88). 

Beane (F. E.) & Beane (E, O.), 

Refer to Bridgton. 

Madigan & Pierce. 

Walter L. Dane. 

Refer to Kennebunk. 

Refer to Phillips. 

Aaron B. Cole. 

White & Carter. 

See Card in Appendix, pctge 169, 

White, W^allace H. Carter, Seth M. 

White, Wallace H., Jr. Carter, Chas. B. 
J. Merrill Lord. 
A. W^atherbee. 
Refer to Belfast. 
Refer to Lewiston. 
I. B. Clanr. 
Refer to Fryeburg. 
Refer to Eastport. 
C. B. ('83) & E. C. Donworth § ('98). 
C. O. Small. 
Refer t4> Auburn. 
F. E. Doyle. 
Refer to Damariscotta. 
Refer to Bangor. 
Refer to Skowhegan. 
A. Simmons. 
E. P. Spinney § ('05). 
A. J. Stearns. 
Refer to Waterville. 
A. G. Averill. 
Refer to South Paris. 
Refer to South Paris. 
J. B. Morrison. 
Manson <& Coolidge. 
Refer to Auburn. 



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PORTIAND.* (iuMBBKLANO CouKTY. Pop. 58,571. 

[Bldff. 

Anthoine, William R. & Edward S., 57 Exchange St., First Nat. Bank 

Antkoine,Wni. R. (78). 

Anthoine, Edward 8. 096). 
Berman, Jacob H., § 85 Exchanire St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 167. 
Cram, Harry L., § 102 Exohange 8t. Cable Ad. Harcra.|| 
Jtehfra U> any Bank or Trust Co. in the City, 

See Card in Appendix, page 1(58. [Freeman.ti 

Freeman, Eben Winthrop § ('88), Union Mutual Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Knowlton, H. & W. J., 57 Exchange St. , 

Knowlton, William J. § C72j. 
Marshall. Frank D., § Union Mutual Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 168. 
Moulton, Augustus F. § ('76), Rooms 5, 6, <& 7 Danforth Block, 98 £dt- 

See Card in Appendix, page 168. [change St. 

Noyeiu Geo. F. § (^), 98 Exchange St. Cable Ad. Noyet.ll 

See Card in Appendix, page 168. 
IStbout & Stbout, 52 Exchange St. 

Stbout, Sew all C. ('48). 

Stbout, Chablbs a. § ('85). 
Syroonds, Snow, Cook ^ Hutchinson, Fidelity Bldg., 465 Congress St. 
AH'yt for Boston Jt Maine and Maine Central H, H,'m, Fidelity Tntmt 
Co,, Uiratn Richer A 8ons^ Poland Spring, New York and Fhiladelphleu 

Symonds, Joneph W. ('65). 

Snow, David W. ('79). 

Cook, Chas. Sumner ('86). 

Hutchinson, Charles L. § ('96) . 

Symonds, (Stuart O. 

Snow, Roger V. 
Verrill Hale Booth & Ives, 57 Exchange St. 

AtVymfoT Maine Savings B'h, First Nat. B^h, United States 
Trust Co,, Mutual Life Ins, Co,, and Royal Indemnity Co. 

Verrill, Harry Mighels ('91). Booth, Charles Dunbar ('99). 

Dana, John Fessenden $ ('01). Walker, Leon Valentine } (*06). 

Sanderson, Benjamin B. $ ('12). Hale, Robert § ('14). 
Wheeler, George C. § ('04), 102 Exchange St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 168. 

VAMSS OF ATTOBHET8. 

C. F. Daggett. 

Refer toFhillipe. 

Refer to Brunswick. 

Alan L. Bird § ('04). 

Refer to Camden. 

Bisbee & Parker. 

C. Wallace Harmon. 

Allen & WiUard. 

Harry E. Bangs. 

Merrill } (Edward N., '76) <& Merrill (Edward 

F., § '06, and Wm. Folsom, § '14). 
• C. Dean Vaniey. 
Alton C. Wheeler § ('04). 
Refer to Rockland. 
Refer to Auburn. 
H. P. Mason. 
Harvey D. Eaton § ('89). 
Carl C. Jones § ('14). 
William Lyons. 
Refer to Belfast. 
Carl M. P. Larrabee. 
Refer to Portland. 

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PLACE. 


COUNTY. 


Presqne Isle. 


Aroostook. 


Rangeley. 


Franklin. 


Richmond. 


Sagadahoc. 


Rockland.* 


Knox. 


Rookport. 
Rumtord. 


Knox. 


Oxford. 


Saco.* 


York. 


Sanford. 


York. 


Searsport. 
Skowhegan.* 


Waldo. 


Somerset. 


South Berwick. 


York. 


South Paris.* 


Oxford. 


Thomaaton. 


Knox. 


Turner. 


Androscoggin 


Waldoboro. 


Lincoln. 


Waterville. 


Kennebec. 


Westbrook. 


Cnmberland. 


Winterport. 


Waldo. 


Wiscasset.* 


Lincoln. 


Yarmouth. 


Cumberland. 



ATTORNEYS IN MARYLAND. 73 

ATTORNEYS IN MARYLAND. 

Capital^ ANKAP0LI8. 
For informatioD concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

PLACK. COUHTY. NAMES OF ATTOBNBYg. 

Annapolis. Axuie Arundel. Robert O. Moss. 

BALTIMORE: CITY. Pop. 585,528. 

[Not embraced in any County.] 

[Cable Ad. Barciand. 
Bartlett, Poe & Claggett, U. S. Fidelity & Gnaranty Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 169. 
Barton, Wilmer & Stewart, 207 N. Calvert St. Cable Ad. Wilbar. 
Ait^'s fbr MerehantS'Meehanles-'Firtit yational Hanle^ Southern Mailteay Co. 

Barton, Randolph. Stewart, Redmond C. 
Barton, Randolph, Jr. McGrath, James J. 
Pearre, Aubrey, Jr. 
Benson & Kanr, 1301-3 Fidelity Bld^. Cable Ad. Benkarr. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 170. 
IBrown, MarahaU, Brune & Thomas, Rooms 841-853 Calvert Bldg. 
Adtniraity, Corporation, Equity and General Civil Pmctire in all Courts* 
CouHBel for Merchants' Meehaniea National JBank of Baltitnore, ete. 
See Card in Appendix, page 170. 
Brown, Arthur Geo. Marshall, R. £. Lee. 

Brune, Herbert M. Thomas, J. ELanson. 

Randall, Dan i el R. 

Schilpp, John G. 
Bruce, W. Cabell, 1729-30 Mnnsey Bldg. 
Chancellor, A. Bernard, 207 St. Paul St., Marshall Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix^page 170. [Ad. Chancellor. 

Cross (John Emory) & Edwin F. Samuels, Maryland Trust Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 171. [Cable Ad. Northttar. 

Dennis A Dennis, 2 East Lexington St. Cable Ad. Denden.il 

See Card in Appendix, page 171. 
Embert, T. Howard § ('01), 211 N. Calvert St. Cable Ad. The. 
FmeHtesin, State and U, 8. Courts. Corjaoratlon, Teatan^ntary , and Cont~ 
fnereial Jamw* Sefereneee : Nat. Bk, of Baltimore, Bk. of Hampden, O'NoUl 
Jt Co., anA Crane Co, Departntent for CoUeetions, DepoHtiona taken. 
See Card in Appendix, page 171. 
Rmnaons, Howard M., 16 South St. 
Fisher, Bruce & Fisher, 1003-1005 American Bldg. Cable Ad. Fithbruce.H 

fisher, D. K. Este. 
Frank, Emory & Beenwkes, Equitable Bldg. 
Cetmeelfnr Ati, Coamt Line H. R. Co.; Anter. lee Co,; M*f*re, Finance Co.; Pruden" 
tial Ins. Co, / Poole Ena. it Machine Co. ; JSmployers Liability Aeeuranee Corp, 

Frank, Eli CO*). 
Emory. German H^ H. ('03). 

Beeuwkes, C. John C02). [Cable Ad. Namah. 

Haman, Cook, Chesnut A Markell, 1137-1161 Calvert Building. 
Corpo r atiionp Insurance, and Mercantile Law, Counsel for The lialtinuyre 
Trust Co. Jt Consolidated Oas, Electric Light Jt Power Co. of Baltimore, 
Refer to Fidelity A Deposit Co. of 31'aryland, Merchants- Mechanics- 
First National Bank, or any other bank or trust co. in Baltimore; 
Fidelity it Cetsualty Co, of New York; Broad it Co., lAtndon, England, 
Haman, B. Howard. Chesnut, W. Calvin. 

Cook, Ve rn on. M arkel l, Charles. 

Warnken, S. R. Adams, Rowland E. 

Gans, J. Edgar. Penn, Harley M. 

Hamilton, W. Howard, 1231-12.33 Calvert Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 171. [Ardmond. 

Hammond, Edward M., § 803-8a5 Union Trust Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 172. 

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74 ATTORNEYS JN MARYLAND. 

BALTIMORE CITY, -Continued, 

Hinkley, Hisky & Burger, 215 N. Charles St. Cable Ad. Hinkley.'l 

BefertoNat. Bank of BaUo, , A'aiioi»al tniitn Hank, Saff UepoHtJt TruMt Co., li- 

delituJb l^epOMit Co., ltaltiuiort> f Hugfies, itouniis, t^rhurman At Dwiffht,A', ¥.; 

Musgtruve, OppenhHni A Lise, Chicago ; JJunbar, Muttt^rA MrClennen, Jsostcn, 

Hiukley, John (*86). Burger, Louis J. ('H6>. 

Hisky , Thoa . Fol ey (*8 6). Sinifiey, Fredk. J. ('OO)^ 

Tinsley, Geor^^e J. (*10). Seth, Alexander L. (*00). 

Howard, Charles Morris, 1010-1U13 Muusey Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 172. 
Keech, Wrig^ht & Lord, Maryland Trust B\dg. Cable Ad. Takwil. 

Keecli, Edward P., Jr. 

Lord, J. Walter. 

Carman, Robert R. 
Lauchheimer, Sylvan Hayes. Ill N. Charles St. 

Lehraayer, Martin, rAiii-SiiM Calvert Bldg. [Ma will. 

Machen ('mO & Williams ('07), 11()»-1119 Calvert Bld^. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Apj)endix^ p<^9* 172. 
Maloy & Brady, 14()3 Fidelity Bldg. Cable Ad. Mabrem. 
Corporation, InBurance, and Testa Mentary Law, Ueferences: Hank of 
Hampden f Droverad: Mechanieit yalionnl linnk .I'HdeHtyJt Bepomit Co,, 
jSational Marine Hank. Dvpoaifiontt taketiby William IS, Sauef, 

See Card m Appendix^ page 172. 

Maloy, William Milnes^ Brady, Geor ge Moore. 

Brady, James H., Jr. Tewes, Joseph. 

Coblentz, Oscar B. LEmge. 

Marburv, Qosnell & Williams, 701 Maryhind Trust Bld^. Cable Ad. 
Marbury, Wm. L. Williani.s, (xeo. Weems. 

Goanell, Frank. Slingluff, Jesse, 

liawls, Wra. Lee. 
O'Dunne. Eugene, Central Say. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Iregan. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 173. 
Piper, Carey & Hall, 607 (321 Calvert Building. Cable Ad. Theinls.| 
Succeedinff Cttrrfft Piper & Hall. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 173. 
Piper, James. Carey, Francis J. 

Hall, J. Bannist e r, Jr. 

Carter, Paul O. Swann, Thomas. 

Ritcliie & Januey, Title Bldg. 
Refer to Jialto. Tr, Co.; Alex. Hrotrn A 8onn or any Bk, or Tr. Co, of JSalto» 

Ritchie, Albert C. iStuart. Albert R. 
Janney, Stnar t S. O ber, Frank B. 

Williams, Robert W. 
Steiner & Putzei, 4a>-()^7 Law Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 173. 
Stewart, Hyland P., 1219-22 Fidelity Bldg. Cable Ad. Hyland.l 

See Card in Apvetidix^ page 173. 
Venable, Baetjer <& Howard, 1409 Continental Bldg. 

Baetjer, Edwin G. Howard, Charles aIcH. 
Baetjer, Harry N. 

Henry, Daniel M. (-olston, Frederick C. 

All, W. Le Roy. 
Notaries PubUc, Commissioners of I>eeds, etc. 

T. Howard Embert, 211 N. Calvert St. Cable Ad. The. 

See Card tn Appendix, page 171. 
Carl R. McKenrick, S. W. cor. Calvert <fe German Sts. 
See Card in Appendix, page 169. 

XAME8 OF ATTORNEYS. 

Stevenson A. Williams ('73). 

(.^alvin B. Taylor. 

Fletcher & Jones. 

Madison Brown. 

Hone H. Barroll ('83). 

C. r. Lankford. 

A. Taylor Smith (»04). 

See Card in Appendix, page 174. 
Harvey L. Cooper. 
Seth & Shehan. 
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PLAGE. 


COUNTY. 


Bel Air.» 


Harford. 


Berlin. 


Worcester. 


Cambridge.* 
Centre ville.* 


Dorchester. 


Queen Anne 
Kent. 


Chestertown.* 


Oisfield. 


Somerset. 


Cumberland,* 


Allegany. 


Denton.* 


Caroline. 


Easton.* 


Talbot. 



ATTORNEYS IN MARYLAND. 



76 



Ed^en^ood. 

Elkton.* 

£llicott City • 

ExnmitsbnTsr. 

Frederick.* 

FrostbuTf^. 



S&vre de Grace. 



LiStiirel. 
LecMutrdtown.* 
Lonaooningr. 
Blarion. 
Os&kland.* 
Poeomoke City. 
Port r>epo8it. 
Prince Frederick' 

tovm.* 
Princess Anne.* 
Rock villa.*, 
St. Michaels. 
Salisbniy.* 
Sharpahvarg. 
Snow HiU.* 
Taylor^fl Island. 
Towson.* 
Upper Marlboro.* 



COUKTY. 

Harford. 

Cecil. 

Howard. 

Frederick. 

Frederick. 

Allegany. 

Washins^n. 

Harford. 

Charles. 

Prince George. 

St. Mary. 

Allegany. 

Somerset. 

Garrett. 

Worcester. 

Cecil. 

Calvert. 

Somerset. 

Montgomery. 

Talbot. 

Wicomico. 

Wnshingt.on. 

Worcester. 

Dorchester. 

Baltimore. 

Prince George. 

Carroll. 



NABffES OF ATTOBNEYB. 

Thos. F. Cadwalader. 

Evans (Wm. S., '70) A Evans (Jag. F., W. 

Daniel M. Murray. 

Refer to Frederick. 

Urner & timer. 

Refer to Cumberland. 

AleiLander Armstrong, Jr. ('(M). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 173. 
Refer to Bel Air. 
W. J. Mitchell. 
(). Mar bury. 
Wilmer & Cliing. 
Refer to Cumberland. 
Refer to Crisfield. 
Edward H. Sincell. 
Refer to Snow Hill. 
Refer to Elkton. 

John B. Gray <& Son. 

Miles (J. W.) & Myers (G. H.). 

Chas. W. Prettyman. 

Refer to Easton. 

Ellegood, Freeny & Wailes. 

Refer to Hagerstown. 

John W. StAton('98). 

Refer to Cambridge. 

T. Scott Offutt. 

S. Marvin Peach ('04). 

Bond <& Parke. 



ATTORNEYS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

Capital, Boston. 
For information concerning Attorn eys, see page 2. 



PL.ACK. 

Abinsrton. 
Adams. 



Ajnherst. 
Ajuiovcr. 
ArUn^toii. 

AshlAod. 

Athol. 

AtUeboro. 

Anbnmdale. 

Ayer- 

Bamstable.* 

Belchertown. 



COUNTY. 

Plymonth. 

Berkshire. 

Essex. 

Hampshire. 

Eflsex. 

Middlesex. 

Middlesex. 

Worcester. 

Bristol. 

Middlesex. 

Middlesex. 

Barnstable. 

Hampshire. 

Essex. 

Worcester. 



NAMER OF ATTORNKYS. 

Conghlan Brothers. 
F. R. Shaw. 
J. T. Choata § ('87). 
Refer to Northampton. 

C. J. Stone. [Laceylaw. 

Kdward N. Lacey § C96). Cable Ad. 

See Card in /Jppcnaijp, page 178. 
Refer to South r ramingh^n. 
A. Foster Hamilton. 
Ralph C. Estes § ('02). 
Refer to Newton, 
('haries F. Worcester ('87). 
Herman A. Harding. 
Refer to Northampton. 
Refer to Salem. 
Refer to Milford. 



BOSTON.* Suffolk County. Pop. 725,823. 
'^^J.'^wT'Artl.ll 85 Devonshire St. Cable Ad. WardadlT. 

General Civil and Corporation Prartire. Hrfrrettrf/t : OM Colony Tr. Co., 
HinU! St, Tr» Co,, feaeral Tr. Co. Prompt attention to J3u«ineM ofHon^ 
XeHdents. y*^r York City Office, 27 Cedar St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 518. 
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76 ATTORNEYS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

BOSTON.* SuFFOUL CouMTT.— Contimtec/. 

Atwood, Hartley F., § 53 State St., 613 Exchaose Boildinc. 
Bailey, HoUis R., 19 Congress St. 
Bailey, James A., Jr., 

Johnson, Arthur T., 

Pulsifer, GeorRne R^ 

Dickinson, David T., 

Spencer, Chas. W., 

Wells, WeIUn(?ton, 

Woodman, Arthur L., 

Keefe, Joseph P., 

Sparrow. Eawin K., , 
Barry, William J., 211-212 Barristers Hall. 

Trial Work, Oenerul J*mctiee, Notariea, I>epo»itian» faJben-. 
JSefereiuiea : Any Bank or Tr%ut Con^pany in JU^Mton* 

See Card in Appendix^jpage 174. 
Bartlett & Bartlett, 45 MUk St. Cable Ad. Bartlaw. 

Mefereneea : Jnternntionai Trust Vompany ; AUantie 
Jfational Jiank ; JAberty Tr^ut Company , Sotton, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 174. 
Bartlett, Charles W. Bartlett, Joseph W. 

Jemiings, Frederick £. 
Smith, Arthur T. ' 
Beal, Henry W. § (^»), Suite 102 Ames Building. 
General Ciril Praetire in all Court: 
Special attention given to interests of non-resident heit§» 
See Card in Appendix^ page 175. 
Bean, Geor^^e F., 10 Hisrh St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 175. 
Benner <& Brown, 1117-1121 Old South Bldg. 
Benner, Frank T. J 
Brown, Laurence A. § 
Blakemore, Arthur W. § ('00), 40 Central St. 
Ge n eral Civil J'raetiee. Refers to J.ihertu Trust Co,, IF, W, l>odffe Co^p 
Boston, American Low Book Co,, New I ork, T. H, Plood Co,, Chicago, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 175. [Blodrham.D 

Blodgett, Jones, Burnham & Bingham, 60 Federal St. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 176. 
Bond, Lawrence, § 50 Congress St. Cable Ad. Vinculum. 
Burnhara, Henry L. § ('02), 15 State St. Cable Ad. Henbum.tl 
General Civil Practice. JRefrra to Old Colony Trust Co,, Boston., 
See Card in Appendix, page 176. 
Burton, H. M. § ('HO), 19 Milk St. 

Chandler, Alfred D., 70 State St. Cable Ad. Hychand. 
Chase, Herbert Mann J ('02), 40 Court St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 176. 
Choate, Hall & Stewart, 30 Sute St. Cable Ad. Chohaltte.l 
Choate, Charles F., Jr. Hall, John L. 

Stewart, Ralph A. Nash, Frederick H. 

Knowlton, Frank W. Wantworth, Joseph. 

Younfc, Arthur J. 
Cobb, Charles K**^ Congrress St. ^ 

Converse, Albert F. § (*84), 54 Devonshire St. 
Coolidge <& Eight. State Mutual Bldg., 50 Congress St. 
Uoolidgre, William H. 
Hiorht. Clarence A. 
Selfridge. George S. 

Coyle, Phillip "E. 

Thompson, £aAtwood P. [Bran dels* 

IDuNBAR. NuTTRR <& McClennen. 161 Devonshire St. Cable Ad. 

DuNBAK, William H. Nutter, Groroe R. 

McClennen, Edward F. Studley, J. Butler. 

FiBH. Alfred L. Kaplan. Jacob J. 

Dunbar & Rackemann^ 75 Ames Bldg. Cable Ad. Dunrac. 

Rackemann, Felix § ('84). 

Davis. Ha rr ison M. § C 88). 

Dunbar, Ralph W. 
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ATTORNETS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 77 

BOSTON.* Suffolk Covvty.-- C&ntinued, 

Bills & Balch, 60 State St. Cable Ad. Ellisbalch. 
Ellia, DayiiiA^ Balch J-rancia N. 

Dunbar, Harnr C. Whalen, Sylvester M. 

McGilvrav, Charles J. 
Fftbyan & Crosby, 31 Milk St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 176. 
Fishy KIcliardson & Neave, 84 State St. 

Fish, Frederick P. Richardson, W. K, 

Neave, Charles. Cunuiugham, Guy. 

Salinger, Alex D. Stackpole, J. Lewis. 

McKnight, Wm. G. Lymau, Harrison F. 

Ke rr, Cla re nce D . Barns , Maxwell. 

Holmes, Hector M. Aryedson, Creorge C. 

Philbin, Stephen H. 
Flint, Albert F., § 614-616 Barristers Hall. Cable Ad. Freerflint 

See Card in Appendix^ page 176. 
Foster, Col by ^ Bfoulton, 50 Congress St. 

See Card in Appendix^ P^^ 177. 
French, Arthur P. ('78), 68 Devonshire St. Cable Ad. Frengal.U 

See Card in Appendix, page 111. 
French <& Cnrtiss, 89 State St. Cable Ad. Frenchlaw. 

Curtias, Elmer L. § (*9H). 

Drnry, George P. § ('00). 

CooUdge, Richard B. § ('06). 
GaUagher, Chas. T. § (75), 40 Court St. Cable Ad. Chasgal. 
Gaston, Snow <& SaltonataU, Shawmut Bank Bldg^ Cable Ad. QastOW.II 

Gaston, William A. Saltonstall, Richard M. § 

Snow, Frederic £. Hunt, Thomas. 

Goodwin, Dresel <& Parker, 84 State St. Cable Ad. Goodpark. 

Goodwin, Frederic S. 

Dresel, Ellis L. § 

Parker, Philip S. § 
Oray, Burton Payne § <'96), 601 Tremont Bldg. Cable Ad. Burpay. 

See Card in Appenaix^page 177. 
Gray, J. Converse § ('81), 18 Tremont St. Cable Ad. Congray. 
Grimes, James Wilson, § 6 Beacon St. 

Hale, Grinnell & Swaim, 16 Central St. Cable Ad. Hafis.n 
Jfr. €hrinnell%aa U, B, ConttniMionef ff*r the J>igtrict of Maasaehutett*, 

Hale, Richard W. § Grinnell, Frank W. § 

Swaim, Roger D. § Maguire, John M. § 

Pinkerton, James P. 
Hall & Emerson, § 18 Tremont St. Cable Ad. Hallemerson. 

See Card in Appendix, page 177. 
Hamilton <& Eaton, 31 Milk St., Rooms 300-303. Cable Ad. Tonton. 

Hamilton, Samuel K. § 

Eaton, Theodore. § 
Hemenway & Barnes, 33^338 Tremont Bldg. Cable Ad. Longway. 

Hemenway, Alfred. Barnes, Charles B. 
^^i!i ^rtliut^G. 

Long, Peirce. Bazzell, Philip B. 

Herrlck, Smith, Donald & Farley, 84 State St. 

Herrick, Robert F. Cunningham, Guy. 

Smith, Jeremiah, Jr. Donald, Malcolm. 

Farley, J. W. Ketchum, Ph illipg. 

Lyue, Daniel J. Woodworth, Stewart C. 

Johnson, Stafford F. Felton, Carl R. • 

Hastings, Merrill G. Connolly, Eagene T. 

Hills, George E. § ('00). 1111 Tremont Bldg. Cable Ad. Geohills.ll 

See Card in Appenaix^page 177. 
Hnrlburt, Jones & Hall, .530 Exchange Bldg., 53 State St. Cable Ad. 

Hurlburt, Henry F. JoneR, Boyd B. [Hucabot. 

Hall, Damon E. Hnrlburt, Henry F., Jr. 

Jones, Philip N. Wilson, Carroll A. 

Johnson, Clapp <& Underwood, 50 State St. Cable Ad. Jayseeyou.U 

Johnson, Benjamin N. § Underwood, W. Orison. § 

Clapp, Robert P. § Knight, Henry F. § 
_ Dana, Riple y L._ i 

Johnson, Arthur F. § King, Hervey W. § J 

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ATTORNEYS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



SPRINGFIELD.* Hampden CotTimr. — Continued, 
Brooks, William H.> 

filX'chSr ^^ I ^"^ Square Thentre Building. , 
Denison, John A. § (*02), 705 MaasachnsettB Mutual Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 185. 
Dunning, James G. ('80), Whitney Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 185. 
Gardner & Gardner, Court Square Theatre Building. 

Attorneys for M, G. JOun A Co, Refer to any Rank or Trust Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 186. 

Gardner, Charles 6. ('94). 

Gardne r, Edwin S. (^99). 

Whartield, W. Meredith ('07). 
Klrby, John P. (W), 332 Court Square Building. 

Attorney for Chicopee 8av. Rank and Chieopee Coop* RantCm 
Lyford. Edwin F. ('78), MaraachuBetts Mutual Building. 

Refere to Ckieopee If at. Rank of Springfield, 



PLA.OS. 

Stockbridge. 

Stoneham. 

Stoughton. 

Swampsoott. 

Taunton.* 

Townsend. 

Uxbridge. 

Vineyard Hayen. 

WakeEeld. 

Waltham. 

Ware. 

Wareham. 

Watertown. 

Webster. 

Wellesley. 

Westboro. 

Westfleld. 

West Newton. 

West Stockbridge. 

Weymouth. 

Winchendon. 

Winohester. 

Wobuxn. 



OOUNTT. 

Berkshire. 

Middlesex. 

Norfolk. 

Essex. 

Bristol. 

Middlesex. 

Worcester. 

Dukes. 

Middlesex. 

Middlesex. 

Hampshire. 

PIprmouth. 

Middlesex. 

Worcester. 

Norfolk. 

Worcester. 

Hampden. 

Middlesex. 

Berkshire. 

Norfolk. 

Worcester. 

Middlesex. 

Middlesex. 



VAMES OF ATTORKBTS. 

Refer to Great Barriiigton. 

H. H. Richardson. 

£. F. Leonard. 

Rufus B. Spragne C99). 

Frederick S. llalL 

Attorney for Rriatol Co, Nat, Rank. 
Refer to Ayer. 

Dodge (R. B.) & Taft (W. J.). 
Refer to Maiden. 
Eden K. Bowser. 
John J. Flynn, Jr. 
G. D. Storrs. 

Preston S. Lincoln § ('11). 
Wesley £. Monk. 
A. R. Greeley. 
Geork-e A. Sweetser. 
W. E. Fowler. 
Harry B. Putnam. § 

See Card in Appendix, page 186. 
Refer to Newton. 
Refer to Great Barrington. 
A. P. Worthen § ('85). 

Refer to Gardner. [vin S.), 

Littlefield § (George S., '72) & Tilden (Cal- 
Johnson & Johnson. 



WORCESTER.* Wobcester County. Pop. 160,117. 

Uodge & Taft, 629 State Mutual Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 186. 
Plnkerton, Alfred S., ^ State Mutual Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 187. 
Smith, Gage A Dresser, Slater Building. 
See Card in Appendix, page 186. 
SmiUi, Frank Balkeley. Gage, T. HoYey. 
Dresser, Frank F. 

Hamilton, Charles A. 
Taft A Stobbs, Suite 708 Slater Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 187. 

Taft, George S.J ('87). 

Stobbs, Geonre R. § ('02). 
Thayer, Smith & Gasklll, 509 State Mutual Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 187. 

Thayer, Charles M. Smith, Frank C, Jr. 

Gaskill, George A. Sibley , J. Otis. 

Blackmer, Albert W. 
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ATTORNEYS IN MICHIGAN. 

Capital^ Lamsino. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PULCB. 

Addtacm. 



AlbkML. 



Alpena.* 
Ann Arbor.* 



Atlanta.* 
Aa Sable. 
AaTxam.' 
Bad'Aza." 
Baldwin.* 



COOHTY. 

Lenaweo. 
Lenawee. 



Calhoun. 

Alleipai. 

Grabot. 

Lepeer. 

Alpena. 

Washtenaw. 



Montmorency. 

loeco. 

Alger. 

Huron. 

Lake. 



KAKE8 OF ATTOBKSTS. 

Refer to Adrian. 

Baldwin S (Clarke £., '96), Alexander § (Wm. 

B., '01) A RnsseU $ (Franktin J., '13). 
D. B. Morean $ ('78). 
Refer to Marshall. 

WUkee § (Chas. R.) A Stone § (E. W.). 
Wm. H. fiahlke. 
Taylor & Taylor. 
Joseph H. Cohb ('83). 
Cavanaugii § (Martin J., '88) & Burke § 

(George J., '07). 

Itefer to State Savings Bank. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 188. 
Refer to Alpena. 
Refer to Tawae City. 
Refer to Marquette. 
Geo. M. Clark. 
Refer to Reed City. 



BATTLE CREEK. Calhoun Couwty. Pop. 25,267. 

Beck, Ira A.. 503-4-^^ City Bank BnUding. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 188. 
Sabin, Leland H. § ('96), SIO^*)!! Poet Bldg. 

Attttmey for Central National Bank, Meferencett 
Anp Bank or Trust Con^pany in the City, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 188. 



BAY CITY.* Bay County. Pop. 50,000. 

Clark, Edward S., Suite 438 Shearer Building. 
Clark, E d ward 8. ('94). 

Spike, Victor 014). 

Thompson, Paul F. ('16). 

Clif t, Lyle M. ('16). 
Conmans ('94-§ '07) & Gafftaey § ('13), 331 Shearer Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 188. [Cozif, 

Courtrlght, Morris L. ('80), Crapo Block. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 189. 
Joslyn § & Hand §, 304-^M) Shearer Bros. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 189. 
Stoddard § ('72) & McMillan § ('01), 333-4-5 Shearer Bros. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 189. 



BeOaire.* 
Benton Harbor. 



Bi? Rapids.* 

BemeCity. 

Bnchaaaa. 

Burr Oak. 

Ca£]lae.* 

Calumet. 

Caro.* 

Canon aty. 



Ionia. 
Antrim. 
Berrien. 
Berrien. 
Gogebic. 
Meoosta. 
Lenawee. 
Charlevoix. 
Berrien. 
St. Joseph. 
Wexford. 
Houghton. 
Tuscola. 
Montcalm* 
Caas. 

St. Joseph. 
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I. L. Hubbell. 
C. L. Bailey. 
Gore & Harvey. 
Charles H. Kavanagh. 
Refer to Ironwood. 
Broomfield & Worcester. 
John Riley. 
Harris & Ruegsegger. 
A. A. Worthington. 
Refer to Sturgis. 
F. C. Wetmore. 
John D. Kerr § ('03). 
Quinn & Qninn. 
Refer to Stanton. 
Asa K. Hayden. 
Refer to Three Rivers. 
Union Telegraph Code. 



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ATTOEN£YS IN MICHIGAN. 



PUkOS. 

Charlevoix.* 
Charlotte.* 

Cheboygan.* 

Chelsea. 

Chftwaning. 

(31are. 

Clayton. 

Clinton. 

Coldwater.* 

Coloma. 

Concord. 

Constanttne. 

Cooperaville. 

Corunna.* 

Crystal Falla.* 

Decatur. 

Deerfield. 



ooDimr. 

CharleToix. 
Eaton* 

Cheboygan. 

Washtenaw. 

Saginaw. 

Clare. 

Lenawee. 

Lenawee. 

Branch. 

Berrien. 

Jackson. 

St. Joseph. 

Ottawa. 



Iron. 

Van Bnien. 

Lenawee. 



MAME8 OF ATTOBVSTB. 

Robert W. Kane §(*88). 
lUsslyn L. Sowers $ f(H). 
Befera to tHrgt Nat. or Katon Co, 8at*g9Bh», 
James F. Shenhetd § ('03). 
kl^Teni A Kalmbach. 
Chas. W. Cheeney. 
C. A. Reading. 
Refer to Hudson. 
Refer to Teoumseh. 

Henry H. § ('73} & Bnrt E. Barlow § (^10). 
Refer to Benton Harbor. 
Refer to Jackson. 
J. M. Harvey, Jr. 

Hatch (R.), McAllister (J. T.) & Raynond 
A. £. Richards. [(F. M.) of Onwd R^iids. 
Moriarty & Dwyer. 
Refer to Paw Paw. 
Refer to Adrian. 



DETROIT.* Watnb Coukty. Pop. 650,000. 

[Anrack.1! 
ABderaon, Wilcox § & Lacy, § 621-622-623 Moffat Bldg. CaUe Ad. 
Att*yM fnv IT. I?. I>tm A Co, and the Ifationai Surety Co. of N. T, 

See Card in Appendix, page 190. 
Beaumont, Smith A Harris, 1124-1129 Ford Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix^ poge 190. 
Beaumontt John W. Smith, Hal H. 

Harris, Julian H. 

Wright jDharlee, Jr. Meder, Albert B. 

Moore, Thomas B. Gi£Ford, SUnley E. 

Masman, Harry F. Snyder. Erwin P. 

Brennan, Frank M. <'04), 922 Ford Bldg. 

See Uard in"^ Appendix, page 190. 
Bqtael$ & Butzel, 1012 Union Tmst Building. 
M^inr to First Nat. Bankf Bank of Comntesrce: and Seeurity Tr%»H Co, ofl>etroii. 

See Card in Appendix, page 190. 
ICaxpbblu BuiiKLBT & Ledtabd, Union Trust Bldg. 

Campbell, Hrnrt M. Bulkust, Hakbt G; 

Campbkll, Charles H. Ledtabd, Hbkbt. 

L'HoMMEDiBo r^ Chablbb H. 

Campbell, IIenry M., it. Campbell, Dodglas. 

Mills, Wilson W. Dickiwsow, SsLiMar S. 

Campbell § ('01) & Dewey § COH), 2017 Dime Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 191. [Cadew.l 

Carey, Armstrong § & Weadock, 909 Ford Bniliting. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 191 . [Carmock. 

Choate, Ward N.. 706*710 Dime Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 191. 
Clark, Emmons, Bryant & Klein, 1901-1310 Ford Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 192. [Ad. Claubob. 

Corliss, Leete & Mood^, 1424-1428 Ford Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 191. fCorletmo.l 

I>onnelly, Lyster ^ Mnnro, 170? Ford Bldg. Cable Ad. Brendon. 

See Card in Appendix, page 191. 

Donnelly, John C. Lyster, Henry L. 

Munro, Alexander. Donnelly, Edward. 

Donnelly, William M. 
Douglas, Eaman & Barbour, 1101 Ford Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page laS. [Bedoueinff.n 

FItzpatrick, O'Brien, § I>oremus& Dnliy, $ 1609-1606 Ford^ldg. 

Fitzpatrick, Wm. G. Doremus, Frank E. [Cable Ad. Fitrlc. 

O'Brien, H. Hubert. Duffy, Charles E. 

Keena, LlKhtner, Oxtoby AHanley, 1604-1611 Dime Say. Bk. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, pam 193. 

Lightner, Clarence A. Oxtoby, Walter £. 
Hanley, Stewart. 

Crawford, Milo H. 

Detroit continued on next page. 

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ATTORNEYS IN MICHIGAN. 85 

DEITROIT.* Wayne County. — Coniinued, 

Lucking, Helf iii»n» liUoklng & Hanlon, 1502-1507 Ford Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 193. [Cable Ad. Lucking. 

Merrlam, Yerkes A. SiiBOiitty Ford BIdg. 

Merriam, ^ward L, Yerkes, George B. 

b imoM, Fr ank S^ 

Goddard. Karl B. Merriaiu, Dewitt H. 

Miller, Smitii, Canfleld. Paddock & Perry, 2148 Penobscot Bldg. 

[Cable Ad. Stem.! 

Miller, Sidney T. § ('87). CanHeld, George L. (IK)). 

Smith, James C. (*80). Paddock, Lewis H. $ ('92). 

Perry, George B. § ('01). 
MilllSy Griffin, Seely A Streeter, 1401-1408 Ford Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendit, page 194. [Slllim.li 

Monaghan, Monai^ban, O'Brien & Crowley,810>818 Majestic Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 194. 

Monaghan, Gkorge F. Monaghaii, Peter J. 

O'Brie n, Ernest A. C rowley. David H . 

Murphy, Frank. Curtis, Harry K. 

Kellogg, Cbureuoe. 
Morfln, James O., 1905-1912 Dime Sayings Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 194. [Murfin. 

Oxtoby & Wilkinson, 414-418 Dime Savings Bank Bldg. 

See Card in AppenaiXj page 194. 

te toby, Jamee V . Wilkin so n, C harles M. 

Robison, McKee. Hall, Oscar C. 

Prentl8§ («93) A Mulford § ('08), 826-830 Dime Sav. Bank Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 195. [Ad. Prenford.H 

Baoe § (U. Grant, "90) and Walter F. Haass (*00), § 1726 Dime 

Bank Bldg. , ^ 

AUomeynptr Home fkwHnffe Bank. Municipal S**et^ritiee exatnined. 

See Card in Appendix, page,V^. [Cable Ad. Rachas.U 

Bobertson, Cliarles R. § (^98), 706-710 Dime Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 195. [Ad. Stelkav. 

SteUwa^en ^78) &MacKay ('9»), 1804-1812 Dime Bank Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 195« 

Stellwagen, A. C. MacKay, J. D. M. 

Wade, D. £. Stellwagen, K. D. 

Tocker, J. G., Jr. [Starzel.l 

SteTenson, Carpenter, Butzel & Backus, 1324 Ford Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Stevenson, Klllott G. Carpenter, William L. 
ButzeL Leo M. Backus, Standlsh. 
Long, Thomas G. Stevenson, Georg e E. 

Williams, Samuel B. Winch, William P. 
Gust, Rockwell T. BIgelow, Horace W« 

Warner, Charles A. Kanzler, £rnest G. 

Fleming, Nicholas J. 
Trowbridge & Lewis, 923-928 Ford Bldg. 

Trowbridge, L. S. Lewis, Eawin C. 

Watkins, James K. Gray, William J., Jr. 
Warren, Cad^, Ladd & Hill, Union Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. War.fl 
See Card in Appendix, page 196. 
Grant, Claudius B. {counsel). Ladd, Sanford W. 
Warren, Charles B. Hamblen, Joseph G., Jr. 

C ady, William B. Hili; Sherwin 17 

Essery, Carl V. Lewis, Charles £., Jr. 

Bogle, Henry C. 
Welsh, De Foe & Kahn, 416-422 Moffat Bldg. 
- See Card in Appendix, page 196. 

BepositloiuK etc. 

C* A. Marks, { 601 Moffat Bldg. 

Shorthand Jtrporter and Kotary Public, l>eipo9iHone taken* 
See Card in Appendix, page 196. 

I'LICB. OOVNTY. NAMXS OF ATTORNBY8. 

^oter. Washtenaw. Refer to Ann Arbor, 

^owagnc Cass. £. Brace Laing. $ 

I^BmuL Shiawassee. Refer to Conmna. 

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ATTORNEYS IN MICHIGAN. 



PULOS. 

"Eagle River.* 

East Jordan. 

Eaton Rapids. 

Eau Claire. 

Escanaba.* 

Evart. 

Fenton. 

Flint.* 

Fowlernlle. 

Frankfort. 

Fremont. 

Galien. 

Oaylord.* 

Gladstone. 

Gladwin.* 

Grand flaren.* 

Grand Ledge. 



COUNTY. 

Keweenaw. 

Charlevoix. 

Eaton. 

Berrien. 

Delta. 

Oeoeola. 

Gbnesee. 

Genesee. 

Livingston. 

Benzie. 

Newaygo. 

Berrien. 

Otsego. 

Delta. 

Gladwin. 

Ottawa. 

Eaton. 



KAMES OF ATTOBHBTfl. 

Refer to Calumet. 
Refer to Petoekey. 
J. B. Hendee. 
Refer to Benton Harbor. 
Arthur H. Ryall. 
W. F. Umphrev. 
George T.McNeal. 
Farley & Selby. 
Refer to Howell. 
Refer to Cadillac. 
M. A. White. 
Refer to Benton Harbor. 
W. L. Townsend. 
R. G. Empson ('95). 
John C. Shaffer. 

Liliie § (Walter I., '84) A Lillie § (Leo C.,'14). 
Cassius Alexander. 



GRAND RAPIDS.* Kent County. Pop. 112,571. 

Boltwood § & Boltwood, § 603-()05 Michigan Trust Co. Bldg. Cable 
Mefer to Old Kationai Bank nnd Michigan, Trust Co. [Ad. W)ltW00d.| 

See Card in Appendix^ page 197. 
Bradaeld, Thomas Parks, § Suite 833 Michigan Trust Co. Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, jHuje 197. [Ad. Bradfield. 

Brown, George C. § (M)8), 50i-2^ Widdicomb Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 197. [Butney.il 

Butterfleld & Keeney, 503<6 Michigan Trust Bldg. CabU Ad. 
JLttorfieys for iirand Rapids Savittffs JUink* 

Butterfield, Roger W. Keeney, Willard F. 

B^ tterfield, Hoger^^^ Amb erg, Juliu s 11. 

Dilley, Abner D. [Carroll. 

Carroll, Kirwln & 1 loll way, New Houseman Building. Cable Ad. 
Counsel for O, Jt,, G, H, Jt M. R» M. Co, and ContmercuU tfav. Bank* 

Carroll, Thomas F. 

Kirwin, Joseph. 

HoUway, George. 
Cleland, Holland J., 434 Michigan Trust Bldg. 

General Ciril I'raeiice. Refers to Cotntnemial Savings Bank, 

Feople^H Sartnffs Bank, and Grand Rapids Savings Bank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 197. 

Cleland Holland J. 

Gillett, WiUiamJ. 
Corwin & Norcross, 200-209 Houseman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 198. • 
Hatch, McAllister & Raymond, 301-306 Widdioomb Bldg. 
Refer to Heople's Sav» Bk,, Old 2iat, Bk,, International Harvester Co. 

Hatcn, Reuben. 

McAllister, James T. 

Raymond, Fred M. 
Heald, Henry T., § 715 Michigan Trust Bldg. CaUe Ad. Heald. 
General Practice in all State atid Federal Courts, Notaries, 2>ep' 
t^sitions. Refers to Kent State Bank, 

See Card tn Appendix, page 198. 
Klelnhans, Knappen & Uhl, 317 Michigan Trust Co. Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix^ page 198. [Ad. Klelnknap.ij 

Klelnhans, Jacob. 

Knappen, Stuart £. 

Uhl, Marshall M. 

Bryant, W. Devere. 
More, John E., Michigan Trust Co. Building. Cable Ad. Solicitor. 
Norrls, McPherson, Harrington A Waer, 1107-1111 Grand Ranids 

See Card in Appendix^ page 198. [Sav. Bank Bldg. 

Taggart & Kingston, 1029-1031 Michigan Trust Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 200. rTaggart. 

Travis, § Merrick § & Warner, 511-518 Michigan Tr. Co. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 200. [Cable Ad. Bunvis.| 

Wilson & Johnson, 1004 Michigan Trust Co. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 199. 

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87 



PLACB. 


COUNTT. 


Grass Liake. 


Jackson. 


Gmyling.* 
Greenvme. 


Crawford. 


Montcalm. 


ElaDcock. 


Houghton. 


Harbor Beach. 


Huron. 


Harbor Springs. 
Harrison.* 


Emmet. 


Clare. 


HarrisTille.* 


Alcona. 


Hart* 


Oceana. 


Hartford. 


Van Buren. 


Hastings.* 


Barry. 


Hprsey.* 


Osceola. 


Hillsdale.* 


Hillsdale. 


HoUand. 


Ottawa. 


Holly. 


Oakland. 


Homer. 


Calhoun. 


Honor.* 


Benzie. 


Honghton.* 


Honghton. 


Howard City. 


Montcalm. 


HoweU.* 


Livingston. 


Hadson. 


Lenawee. 


Imlaj City, 
lonfa.* 


Lapeer. 


Ionia. 


Iron Mountain.* 


Dickinson. 


Iron Riyer. 


Iron. 


Ironwood. 


Qogebio. 


Ishpeming. 


Mar<]|uette. 


Ithaca.* 


Gratiot. 


Jackson.* 


Jackson. 


Jonesville. 


Hillsdale. 



NA3CES OF ATTOBySYS. 

Refer to Jackson. 

G. L. Alexander. 

Milo Lewis § (»79). RSwaby L., '98). 

Hanchette (Charles D., '86) & Lawton 

Refer to Bad Axe. 

Refer to Petoskey. 

John Quinn. 

O. H. Smith. 

Earl C. Pugsley. § 

C. M. Van Riper. 

John M. Gouldi 002), 

Refer to Reed City. 

Paul W. Chase § ('00). 

DiekemaJ (G. J., '87), Kollen § (Geo. E., 

'92) <fe Ten Gate § (Daniel, '02). 
S. J. Pheney. 
Refer to Marshall. 
Refer to Traverse City. 
Stone § (J. G., 'W), Wieder § (H. A., '04) & 
J. CUude Yottdan. [Schulte § (H. C, '12). 
L. E. Hewlett. 
Fellows &> Chandler. 
Refer to Lapeer. 
Alfred R. Locke § (*93). 

Jiefe^rs to State Savings Bank, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 189. 
H. M. Pelham. 

Isaac W. Byers. [J., '16). 

Waples ((Belmont, '91) & Waples % (Harold 
William P. Belden ('iC). 
O. G. Tuttle. 
Wilson (Thomas A., '66) & Cobb § 

(William S., '82). 
Atfttmeffs for UnU»n Bank. 

See Card in Appendix, page 200. 
Victor Hawkins. 



. BauK 



KALAMAZOO.* Kalamazoo Couimr. Pop. 39,437. 

Howard, Harry C. § ('96), Suite 301, 302, <& 303 Kalamazoo Nat 

Attorney for Home Savings Batiks 
Jackson § ('99) & Fitzserald § ('05), 803 Hanselman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 200. 
Mason § fOO) A Sharpe § iflO), Suite 608 Kalamazoo Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 201. 
Mills, Alfred J. §, Telegraph Block. 

See Card in Appendix, page 201. 



Kalkaska.* 
Uke City.* 
Lake Linden. 
Like Odessa. 
L'Anse.* 



Kalkaska. 

Missaukee. 

Houghton. 

Ionia. 

Baraga. 



E. C. Smith. 
Refer to Cadillac. 
Refer to Calumet. 
Refer to Ionia. 
Refer to Ishpeming. 



LANSING.* Inoham County. Pop. 36,500. 



Cummins § ('91), & Nichols ('90). Tuasing Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 201. [ThomcumniC.il 

Dunnebacko, Joseph H. § ('02), 501-503 Capital Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 201. [Cable Ad. Tutmacdun. 

Person, Thomas ('89), Shields ('96) & Silsbee § ('95), Suite 501 
Lansing State Savings Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 202. 
Warner & RaudabauKb §, 41^-415 Prudden Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 202. 



Lapeer.* 
LaiiTtum. 
Lelaod.* 
LovelL 



I^peer. J. E. Converse § ('02). 

Honghton. Refer to Calumet. 

Leelanau. Refer to Traverse City. 

Kent. Refer tx) Grand Rapids. 

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ATTORNEYS IN MICHIGAN. 



1IAMB8 OF ATTOBKKYS* 

Michael B. Danaher. § 
Refer to Ionia. 
Refer to St. Ignace. 
U. £. Wellman § ('10). 
Refer to Ann Arbor. 
Max £. Neal. 
Vir^l I. Hixson § ('91). 
Otis Huff. 

John W. Breining § C(M). 
D. S. McClure. 

Miller § (A. £., '85) <& Eldredge (Ralph R.). 
Winsor (Herbert £., '75) <& Robinson § (C. A.. 
'13). 
AttomeyB for Firmi National Bank, 

A. A. Bereman. 
Georee £. Shank. 
F.J.Tmedell. 
Refer to Hastings. 
Ray Hart. 

Refer to Tawas City. 
Thornton Dixon. 
Refer to Muskegon. 
H. Thane Bauman § ('12). 
Lungerliausen <& Lungerhausen. 

, Macomb Co, Sav,, and yew Haven 8av, Jianks. 
Francis McNamara. 

Refer to Marquette. [('94) & Sessions ('13). 
Cross ('87), Vanderwerp ('89), Foote 
General prartice in all Court», 
See Card in Appendix, page 202. 
Refer to Hastings. 
F. A. Bell. 
Refer to Muskegon. 
Refer to Sault Ste. Marie. 
Chas. E. White. 
F. C. Ballard. 
Refer to Detroit. 
J. C. KniRht. 
Refer to Standish. 
John Jonesi ('03). 
Frederick Wieland. 
Refer to Tawas City. 
Refer to St. John's. 
S. Q. Pulver. 
R. M. Corbit. 
Refer to Jackson. 
Glenn £. Warner § ('04). 
Refer to Hart. 

B. H. Halstead. 
K. J. Anderson. 
Refer to Detroit. 
Pelton § ('02) & McGee § ('03). 

See Card in Appendix, page 202. 
Refer to Bad Axe. 
PhilHps § ('78) & Jenks § ('79). 
to Fir»t Nat, Eaerhange and Commercial Bank*' 

See Card in Appendix, page 203. 
Refer to Ionia. 
Refer to Coldwater. 
Refer to Hillsdale. 
H. F. Withey. 
Refer to Mount Clemens. 
Refer to Alpena. 
Refer to Mt. Clemens. 
Smith (H. R.) & Smith (G.). 
Refer to Port Huron. 
Brown & Brown. 
Wm. M. Smith. 
Refer to Benton Harbor. 
Romaine Clark. 

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PULOB. 


coiTKrr. 


Ludington.* 


Mason. 


Lyons. 


Ionia. 


Mackinac. 


Manoelona. 


Antrim. 


Manchester. 


Washtenaw. 




Bianistee. 


Manistique.* 


Schoolcraft. 


Maroellus. 


Cass. 


Marine City. 


St. Clair. 


Marlette. 


Sanilac. 


Marquette.* 
Marshall.* 


• Marquette. 
Calhoun. 


Mason.* 


Ingham. 


Mendon. 


St. Joseph. 


Menominee.* 


Menominee. 


Middleville. 


Barry. 


Midland.* 


Midland. 


Mio.* 


Oscoda. 


Monroe.* 


Monroe. 


Montagiie. 


Muskegon. 


Morenci. 


Lenawee. 


Mount Clemens.* 


Macomb. 


Jieferencce t Ullrich Sav, 


Mount Pleasant.* 


Isabella. 


Munising.* 


Alger. 


Muskegon.* 


Muskegon. 


Nashyille. 


Barry. 


Negaunee. 


Marquette. 


Newaygo.* 


Newayfifo. 


Newberry.* 


Luce. 


Niles. 


Berrien. 


North Branch. 


Lapeer. 


Northville. 


Wayne. 
Dickinson. 


Norway. 


Omer. 


Arenac. 


Ontonagon.* 
Orion. 


Ontonagon. 
Oaklana. 


Oscoda. 


Iosco. 


Ovid. 


Clinton. 


Owoeo. 


Shiawassee. 


Oxfosd. 


Oakland. 


Parma. 


Jackson. 


Paw Paw.* 


Van Bnreu. 


Pentwater. 


Oceana. 


Petoskey.* 
Plainwell. 


Emmet. 


Allegan. 


Plymouth. 


Wayne. 
Oakland. 


Pontiac* 


Port Austin. 


Huron. 


Port Huron.* 


St. Clair. 




Befer 


Portland. 


Ionia. 


Quincy. 


Branch. 


Reading. 


HiUsdale. 


Reed City. 


Osceola. 


Richmond. 


Macomb. 


Rogers.* 


Presqne Isle. 


Romeo. 


Macomb. 


Roscommon.* 


Roscommon. 


St. Clair. 


St. Clair. 


St. Iffuaoe.* 


Mackinac. 


St. John's.* 


Clinton. 


St. Joseph.* 


Berrien. 


St. Louis. 


Gratiot. 



ATTORNEYS IN MICHIGAN. 



89 



SAGINAW.* Saginaw County, Pop. 50,510. 

[BnildiBg. 
Humphrey, Grant 0^) & Humphrey § ('12), Suite 60^-615 Eddy 

See Card in Appendix, poffe 203. 
Weadock & Weadock, 301-2-3 Bearinger Baildinff . Cable Ad. 
AUor¥tep9 fr Bank of Smgtnnw, 2*ere Marquette [WeadOCk.| 
Itaiiroad, and Soffitiaw hay City Hailway Com 
See Card in Appendix, page 204. 



PLICB. 

Saaduaky.* 

Sannae. 

Saontoek. 

Suit Ste. Mnie.* 

Sebewaioe. 

Shelby. 

Shennao. 

South HaTen. 

Staadiah.* 

StaaloD.* 

Stuigia. 

Tawaa City.* 

Tecamaeh. 

Throe Oaks. 

Three RiTen. 

Tnvene Ci^.* 

Utiea. 

VaflBar. 

Tickabnig. 

Waterrliet. 

Wayne. 

West Bay CSty. 

West Branch.* 

Whitehall. 

Wiflianston. 

Wyaadotte. 

Tak. 

Tpaflantt 



COUNTY. 


KAKEB OF ATTORNEYS. 


Samlae. 


C. F. Gates. 


Ionia. 


C. J. Watt. 


Allegan. 


Kefer to AUeean. 

Davidson (Robert P.) & Hudson § (A Ibert B.) 


Chippewa. 


Huron. 


Refer fn Bad Axe. 


Oceana. 


Refer to Uart. 


W^euura. 


Refer to Cadillac. 


Van Buren. 


J. E. Chandler. 


Arenao. 


Ben. J. Henderson. 


Montcalm. 


Frank A. BfiUer § ('80). 


St. Joseph. 


J. J. Stanton. 


losoo. 


C. H. W. Snyder § ('10). 


Lenawee. 


G. A. Kathbnn. 


Berrien. 


Refer to Benton Harbor. 


St. Joseph. 
Grand Trayene. 


R. J. Wade. 


Dayton § (C. L., '91) A Alway § (Cnrtis D., '04) 
Refer to Monnt Clemens. 


McComh. 


Tnsoola. 


W. J. Spears. 






Berrien. 


Refer to Benton Harbor. 


Wayne. 


Refer to Detroit. 


Bay. 


Refer to Bay Citr. 
Refer to Standish. 


C^emaw. 
Moflkegon. 


Refer to Mnskegon. 


Ingham, 

"\^yne. 
St. Chiir. 


W. T. Webb. 


C. H. Marr. 


Refer to Port Horon. 


Washtenaw. 


Tracy L. Towner § ('88). 



ATTORNEYS IN MINNESOTA. 



Capitaly St. Pacl. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



FLACB. 


COUNTY. 


Ada* 


Norman. 


Adrian. 


Nobles. 


Aitkin • 


Aitkin. 


Albert Lea.* 


Freeborn. 


Alexandria.* 


Douglas. 
Anoka. 


Anoka.* 


Appleton. 


Swift. 


Austin.* 


Mower. 


gSr^lme. 


Clearwater. 
Soott. 


Bemidji.* 




BeBBoo.* 


Swift. 


Biwabik. 


St. Louis. 


BhwBaith.* 


Faribault. 


Brainerd.* 


Grow Wing. 


Breckearidge.* 


WiUdn. 




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NAMES OF ATTOANNYS. 

M. A. Brattland § ('90). 
Refer to Worthington. 
Wm. O'Hara. 
John F. D. Meighen § ('01). 
Gnnderson & Leach. 
A. F. Pratt. 
T. J. McEUigptt. 
Arthur W. Wrif|fht § ('88). 
Refer to Bemidji. 
Refer to Shakopee. 
G. M. Torrance. 

Hudson (S. H., '79) & Hudson § (I. M., '09). 
Refer to Virginia. ['08). 

Putnam (Frank K, '84) & Carlson § (Chris, 
Mantor ('88) & Ebner § ('87). 
See Card in Appendix, page 204. 
Henry G. Wyvell § ('91). 
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ATTORNEYS IN MINNESOTA. 



PLACB. 

Brown Valley. 

Baffalo.* 

Caledonia.* 

Cambridge.* 

Canbj. 

Cannon Falls. 

Carlton.* 

Cass Lake. 

Centre City.* 

Chaska.* 

Chatfield. 

Cloqnet. 

Crookston.* 

Dassel. 
Delano. 
Detroit.* 
Dodge Centre. 



COUNTY. 

Traverse. 

Wright. 

Houston. 

Isanti. 

Yellow Medicine. 

Groodhne. 

Carlton. 

Cass. 

Cliis&go. 

Carver. 

flllmore. 

Carlton. 

Polk. 

Meeker. 
Wrirfit. 
Becker. 
Dodge. 



KAMEB OP ▲TTOBNSTB. 

D. J. Leary § ('08). 

J. J. Woolfey. 

Duxbury (F. A., '95) & Dnxbury § (L. L. 

G. G. Craodwin. 

O. A. Lende § ('03). 

T. R. Johnson. 

H. S. J^rd.^ 

J. £. Lundrigan. 

Refer to Riisn City. 

Refer to Shakopee. 

Refer to Pre8t<m. 

H. F. Cox. 

Miller & Foote. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 204. 
Refer to Litchfield. 
Refer to Buffalo. 
Peter F. Schroeder. 
Refer to Kasson. 



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DULUTH.* St. Louis Couhtt. Pop. 78,466. 

Alford & Hunt, Providence Building. Cable Ad. Alfordhunt.lI 
Refer to the First Kational Bank of nuluth. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 205. [Cable Ad. Courtney.I 
Courtney § ('05) & Courtney § ('OJ)), 505-508 First National Bank BlSg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 204. [Cable Ad. Crasweller. 
Crassweller ('89), Crassweller ('88) & Blu ('07), Exchange Bldg. 
General Praetice. AtVysfor Atner» JExchange JS'at.Bk, of JHiluth. 
Crassweller, Frank. Crassweller, Arthur H. 
Bin, Elmer F. 

Crosby. Wilson G., 721-724'Providence Bldg. Cable Ad. Crosby.!) 
Jaques & Hudson, 411-413 Lonsdale Building. Cable Ad. Jaqson. 

Jaques, Alfred. § 

Hudson, T heo. T. § 

Jaques, Robert. 
Kenny, K. J., i Suite 409 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 205. 
Richardson § & Day, § Rooms 407-)M)-10 Exchange Building. Cable 

See Card in Appendix^ page 205. [Ad. Richardson.'. 

Stearns § & Hunter, § 507-509 Lonsdale Bldg. Cable Ad. Stehunt 

See Card in Appendix, page 205. 
Washburn, Bailey <& Mitchell, Al worth Bldg. Cable Ad. Washburn. 

Washburn, J. L. Mitchell, Oscar. 

Bailey. W. D. Gillette, A. C. 

WiUiaras, John G., 1010-1011 Alworth Bldg. 



Eden Valley. 

Elbow Lake.* 

Elk River.» 

Eveleth. 

Fairmont.* 

Faribault.* 

Farmington. 

Fergus Falls.* 

Foley.* 

(Jlencoe.* 

Glenwood.* 

Grand Marais.* 

Grand Meadow. 

Grand Rapids.* 

Granite Falls.* 

Hallook.* 

Hastings.* 

Henderson.* 

Herman. 

Heron Lake. 

Hibbing. 



Meeker. 

Grant. 

Sherburne. 

St. Louis. 

Martin. 

Rice. 

Dakota. 

Ottertail. 

Benton. 

McLeod. 

Pojie. 

Cook. 

Mower. 

Itasca. 

Tellow Medicine. 

Kittson. 

Dakota. 

Sibley. 

Grant, 

Jackson. 

St. Louis. 



Refer to Litchfield. 

£. J. Scofield. 

George Tyler. 

J. C. McGilvery. 

Haycraft § (J. E., '97) & Palmer § (J. E., '!*'t. 

Chas. S. Batchelder ('90). 

Refer to Hastings. r'o<ii. 

Hilton § (C. L., '82) & Thompson § (Antoa, 

Refer to Sauk Kapids. 

F. R. Allen ('84). 

H. T. Ronning. 

Refer to Duluth. 

Refer to Austin. 

Alfred L. Thwing J ('99). 

H. P. Bengston S ('02). 

R. V. Blethen. 

Wm. H. Gillett. 

W. H. Leeman CSO). 

Refer to Elbow Lake. 

Refer to Jackson. 

Victor L. Power. 



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ATTORNEYS IN MINNESOTA. 



91 



PLACE. 


OOUNTT. 


Hioekley. 


Pine. 


Uottston. 


Houston. 


Hatchinson. 


McLeod. 


Intematioiuil Fallc.' 


' Kooohiching. 


iTaaJboe.* 


Lincoln. 


JaekaoB.* 


Jackson. 


JanesriUe. 


Waseca. 


Jordao. 


Scott. 


KaaaoB. 


Dodge. 


I^ake Benton. 


Lincohi. 


Lake City. 


Wabasha. 


Lanesfaoro. 


flllmore. 


LeSuenr. 


LeSnenr. 


Le Saenr Centre.* 


Le Suenr. 


Litchfield.* 


Meeker. 


LitUe Falls.* 


Morrison. 


Ijong Bnine.* 


Todd. 


LuTeme.* 


Rock. 


Madelia. 


Watonwan. 




Lao-qui-parle. 


Mahnomen.* 


Mahnomen. 


Hankato.* 


Blue Earth. 


Mamtonrille.* 


Dodge. 


ICanhalL* 


Lyon. 



37 AMES OF ATTOBBSSB. 

Refer to Pine City. 
Refer to Caledonia. 
S. G. Anderson, Jr. 
W. V. Kane ('99). 
L. P. Johnson. 
Fred B. Faber S C94). 
Refer to Waseca. 
George F. Sullivan. 
Lord <& Little. 
Refer to Ivanhoe. 
J. E. Phillips. 
Refer to Pieston. 
O. J. Parker. 
Refer to Le Suenr. 
£. W. Campbell. 
A. H. Vernon § ('07). 
Arthur B. Church § (*96). 
C. U. Christopherson. 
Refer to St. James. 
Arthur W. Ewing § (*90). 
C. C. Cooper. 
Penjamin Taylor § CBS). 
Refer to Kasson. 
V. B. Seward. 



MINNEAPOLIS.* Hsitkbpik Couimr. Pop. 340,000. 

Bartlett, Wm. W. § ('80), 614 New Tork Life Bldg. 

Baxter, John T., 1101 Nicollet Ave. 

Brown A Qnesmer, 1006-1012 Metropolitan Life Bldg. 

Brown, Rome G. 

Gnesmer, Arnold L. 
Byers, John F., § 435-437 Lnmber Exchange. 
Carleton A Carleton, 600 New York life Bldg. 

Carleton, George A. ('11). 

Carleton, Henry Q. Oil). 
Cobb, Wheelwright <& Dille, 701 Minnesota Loan & Trust Building. 

Cobb, Albert C. Wheelwright, J. 0. P. 
Dille, J. I. 

Bracelen, C. M. Smiley, W. Yale. 

Spallen, R. A. 
I>odge & Webber, § New York Life Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 206. 
Vlfleld & Finney, § 836 Andrus Bldg. Cable Ad. Rfiefd.1l 

See Card in Appendix^ page 206. [Fryberger.ll 

FrybcTger, Harrison £. § ('92), 1026 Security Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Furst, Willtain, 404-406 New York Life Bldg. Cable Ad. Flora. 

See Card in Apjxndix^page 207. 
Hanley, M. F., § 305 Oneida Budding. 

Henderson § (*96), Wnnderllch § fcH), Brandebnry § ('83) & 
Stiles § (HO), 406^10 Plymouth Bldg. Cable Ad. Security. 

See Card in Appendix, page 207. 
Holmes, Charles 6. (^2), 801 New York Life Bldg. 
Joss & Ohman, 504-^506 Minn. Loan <& Trust Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, vage 208. 
Keith, Kinipnan, Gross & Wallace, 1010 Security Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 207. FAd. Kerfow.U 

Kerr, Fowler, Schnutt & Furber, 818^25 New York Life Bldg. Cable 

Kerr, William A. ('86). Fowler, Charles R. ("92). 

Schmitt, Harrison L. ('93). Furber, Fred N. 
Koon, Whelan A Hempstead, 601 Minnesota Loan A Trust Bldg. 

Whelan, Ralph. 

Koon, Will A. $ 

Hempstead, Clark. § 

Ray, John H., Jr. § 
Liarimore, John A., 216 Plymouth Bldg. 

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MINNBAPOIJS.* BrnvKnix CowvY. — Continued. 

Nye A Newtoo, 1224-1226 McKni^t BvUdiiiff. C»ble Ad. Nutho.| 
General pntetiee. Corporation, Meal £ttate, Com^'lJjOwa iy g c <al< y« 

See Card in Appendix^ page 209. 

Nye, Frank M. ('82) {ex-member qf Congreti), 

Newton, Walter H. § ('0&). 
Roberto & Strons, 600-612 Seenritv Bank Building. 
Corporation, Meal JBetate and Probate Law. 

See Card in Appendix, page 209. 
Safford, Orren B., 448 McEnij^ht Bldg. 

See Card in Anpendix, page 201). 
Shearer (James D^ '85) and L. B. Byard. 610-614 Loan A Trait 

See Card in Appendix, page 209. [Bide. Cfable Ad. Jamethearer.! 
Snyder § & Gale, f Security Bank Bld^. CaUe Ad. Fredsnyder.l 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 209. 
Stevens & Stevens, Suite 529 Palace Bldg. Cable Ad. StevantteiV. 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 210. 

Stevene, F. H. § 

SteTens, H. H. § 
Swan, Stinchfleld & Richards, 500-510 Seeority Bldg. 
Meter to any Bank or Trust Company. 

See Card in Appendix, page 210. 

Swan, James G. 

Stinchfleld, Frederick H. 

Richards, Bergmann. 



PLAOK. 


OOUSTT. 


KAKES OF ATTOBNEYSi. 


Monteyideo.* 


Chippewa. 
WrSbt. . 


Fosnes (C. A.) A Foenes (A.). 


Monticello. 


H. F. Whipple. 
Chas. S. Harden. 


Moorhead.* 


Clay. 


Mora.* 


Kanabec. 


J. C. King. 


Morrja.* 


Stevens. 


Paul L. Spooner. 
Refer to Faribault. 


Morristown. 


Rice. 


New Ulm.* 


Brown. 


Henry N. Somsen. 


Northfield. 


Rioe. 


C. R. Pye. 


OUvia.* 


Renville. 


J. M. Freeman. 


Ortonrille.* 


Big Stone. 


Charles £. Chrisraan § ("90). 


Owatonna.*, 


Steele. 


J. A. & A. W. Sawyer. 
J. A. Sawyer ('81). 
A. W. Sawyer ('06). 
F. W. Sawyer ('17). 


Park Rapids.* 
Pelican Kapids. 


Hubbard. 


U. G. Wray. § 


Ottertail. 


Refer to Fergus Falls. 


Pine City.* 


Pine. 


S. G. L. Roberts. 


Pipestone.* 


Pipestone. 
Wabasha. 


Morris Evans. 


Plainview. 


S. S. Lyons. 


Preston.* 


Fillmore. 


Hopp & Larsen. 
£. L. McMillan. 


Princeton.* 


Mille Laos. 


Red T.ake Falls.* 


Red Lake. 


Charles £. Bonghton. 


Red Winff.* 


Goodhue. 


Mohn (Thos.) <& Mohn (Albert) 


Redwood Falls.* 


Redwood. 


Frank Clague. 


Rochester.* 


Olmsted. 


Geo. W. Granger §(^90). 


Roseau.* 


Roseau. 


R. J. Bell § (72). 


Rush City. 


ChisAgo. 


J. D. Markham § ('83). 


Rushford. 


Fillmore. 


Refer to Preston. 


St. Charles. 


Winona. 


Refer to Winona. 


St. Qoud.* 


Steams. 


J. D. Sullivan. 


St. Hilaire. 


Red Lake. 


Refer to Crookston. 


St. James.* 


Watonwan. 


£. C. Farmer. 



ST. PAUU* Ramsey Coukty. Pop. 276,140. 

Bechhoef er, Charles ('85), 1010 Germania Life Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 210. 
Butler, Mitchell & Hoke, Merchants Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Butler, Pierce. Mitchell, William D. 

Hoke, Greorge._ 

Rumble/Wilfrid E. 

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ST. PAUL.* Ramsxt County. — ConHnued. 

CUpp A Maearinoy, Suite 1406 Merchanta National Bank Bldg. 
Clapp, N. H. Clapp, A. W. 

Maeartner, O. S. 
Crosby, S. P. } ('83), 502 Globe Building. 

See Card m Avjpendix, page 210. 
D»T]8, SeTeranoe & Olds, 1512 Merohanta National Bank Bnilding. 
Ser eranee, Cordenio A. Olds, Ro bert E. 
Chase, Qay. Carter, Warren S. 

Doherty $ & McNally §, 909-912 Commeiee Bldfir. 

See Card in Appendix, page 210. 
Dnrment, Moore, Oppenlielmer & Haupt, Suite 1015 Merchants 
Nat. Bank Bld^r. Cable Ad. Durmoore.|i 
AU'y9f0rA'm. Nat, Bank, N. W. Mat, Life Ins. Co., Penn Mat. Life Ins, Co. 
See Card m Appendix^ page 211. 
Henderson § (*96) « Miller § ('12), Third floor, Commeroe Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 212. 
Hess, Sylvan E. § (^05). Suite 901 Pioneer Bldg. Cable Ad. Hess.ll 

See Card in Appenaix^ page 211. 
Johnson, H. S. §, 908-911 Germania Life Bldg. Cable Ad. SonJon.B 

Patent and Trade Mark Law a Speeialty, 
ILiOHTMBK A YouNO, 212 Bndicott Block. 

LiaHTMBB, WiLUAM H. 

ToDMo, Edward B. [Morinsford. 

Morphy, Bradford & Cummins, Capital Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
AH'pefor itat. Bank of Commerce, St. BawU; Grand Truiik By. Sytt^vn, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 211. 
O'Brien, Yoang & Stone, 520-534 Endicott Bldg. 

Oeneral BractUse. Attornefts for r'iret yoHotial Bank of 8t, PauL 
O'Brien, Thomas D. Stone, Royal A. 

Young, Edward T. 0*Brie ii, Dillon J . 

Andre, Charles J. [Ad. OrstStt. 

Orr § (*04), Stark (*00) & Kidder $ ('10), 904-^10 Globe Building. Cable 
Befer to Cameffte Steel Co., Natiaptal Bnretp Co,, Armour Jt Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 212. 
Pearson, John A., § 1001 Merohanta Nat'l Bank Bldg. 



See Card in Appendix* page 212. 
■ P. I (»80), ffifiGe 
Sehriber, Bishop H. § ('84), 1515 ^oneer Building^ 



Sanborn, Edwurd 



'80), 520 Germania Life Ins. Bldg. 



Cable Ad. 

[Chaispear 



Stringer A Seymour, 800-805 Germania Life Ins. Building. 

Seymour, McNeil V. § 

Stringer, Edward S. 
Yardley^feTiffaiiT, 685-688 Endioott-Robert Street Bldg. Gable Ad. 

Yardley, Wade Hampton. [Ysrtiff.l 

Tiffany, Francis B. 



PLICS. 

St. Peter.» 
Sauk Centre. 
Sank Rapi^ 

Shakopee.* 
SUyton.* 
Sleepy Eye. 
Spring Valley. 

Staiwtter.* 



OOUIITY. 

Nicollet. 

Steams. 

Benton. 

Scott. 

Murray. 

Brown. 

Fillmore. 

Washington. 



Thief River Falls.* Pennington. 



Tracy. 

Two Harbors.* 

WafaMha.* 

Wadena.* 

Walker.* 

Warren.* 

Waaeea.* 

WaterviDe. 

Watkina. 

West Dnlnth. 



Lyon. 

Lake. 

St. Louis. 

Wabasha. 

Wadena. 

Cass. 

Marshall. 

Waseca. 

Le Sueur. 

Meeker. 

Faribault. 

St. Louis. 



KAMES OF ATTORKETB. 

Henry N. Benson § C9S). 

M. C. Kelaey. 

J. A. Senn. 

J. A. CoUer. 

B. H. Whitney § ('79). 

Albert Hauaer. 

R. J. Pu'ker. 

Manwaring A Sulliyan. 

Charles A. Pitkm § CQR), 

Robinson § (N. J., '00) A English § (A. R., '10). 

John Divan. 

Archer A Pickering. 

Refer to Lake City. 

John H. Mark. ^^ 

Refer to Bemidji. 

Julius J. Olson § COO) A Rasmus Hage $ COT). 

Moonan A Moonan. 

Refer to Le Sueur. 

Refer to Litchfield. 

Refer to Winnebago. 

Refer to Duluth. 



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ArrORNEYS IN MINNESOTA. 



ri«Aox. 

Wheaton* 

Willniai'.* 

Windoin.* 

Winnebago. 

Winona.* 

Worthington. 

Zumbrota. 



OOUHTY. 

Traveise. 

Kandiyohi. 

Cottonwood. 

Faribault. 

Winona. 

Nobles. 

Qoodhue. 



KAKIEB OF ▲TTOKNSCB. 

Mnrphy § (F. W., '93) & Anderson § (V. E., 

George H. Ottemefls. 1'06}. 

O. J. Finstad. 

W. H. Hodgman. 

Webber § (M. B., '81) & Lees (Edward, '91). 

S. S. Smith § ('99). 

A. J. Rockney. 



ATTORNEYS IN MISSISSIPPI. 



Capital, Jackson. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACE. 


COUNTY. 


Aberdeen.* 


Monroe. 


Ackerman.* 


Choctaw. 


Amory. 


Monroe. 


Ashland.* 


Benton. 


Austin. 


I'unica. 


Baldwyn. 


i^ee. 


Batesyille.* ^ 


Panola. 


Bay St. Louis.* 


Hancock. 


Bav Si)ring8.* 
Bebconi. 


Jasper. 


Washington. 


Biloxi. 


Harrison. 


Bolton. 


Hinds. 


Booneville.* 


Prentiss. 


Brandon.* 


Rankin. 


Brookhayen.* 


Lincoln. 


Canton.* 


Madison. 


CarroUton.* 


Carroll. 


Carthage.* 


Leake. 


Charleston.* 


Tallahatchie 


Chester.* 


Choctaw. 


Clarksdale.* 


Coahoma. 


Cleveland.* 


Bolivar. 


Coffeeville.* 


Yalobusha. 


Collins.* 


Covington. 


Columbia.* 


Marion. 


Columbus.* 


Lowndes. 


Corinth.* 


Alcorn. 


Decatur.* 


Newton. 


De Kalb.* 


Kemper. 


Durant. 


Holmes. 


EUisville.* 


Jones. 


Enterprise. 


Clarke. 


Fayette.* 


Jefferson. 


Forest.* 


Scott. 


Friar Point.* 


Coahoma. 


Fulton.* 


Itawamba. 


Greenville.* 


Washington. 


Greenwood.* 


Leflore. 


Grenada.* 


Grenada. 


Gulfport.* 


Harrison. 


Hardy. 


Grenada. 


Hattiesburg.* 


I^'orest. 



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In corresponding, mention 



NAKES OF ATTORNKY8. 

Paine (Geo. C, '81 ) & Paine (Thomas Rte, '10). 

Pinson t (Frank, '00) <fc Lee (Homer C, '05). 

Refer to Aberdeen. 

Refer to Holly Springs. 

Refer to Tunica. 

Cox (W. M.) & Cox (A.). 

L. B. Lamb. 

McDonald <& Marshall. 

Refer to Laurel. 

W. S. Knotts. 

L. Goldman. 

Refer to Jackson. 

Sharp & Lon^. 

S. L. McLaunn ('8G). 

H. C. Casseday. 

Powell <& Powell. 

D. A. McEachem. 

Refer to Canton. ['09). 

Woods ( W. R., '90) & KnykendaU (John M., 

Refer to Ackerman. 

Cutrer (John W.) & Johnston (Oscar G.). 

D. A. Scott ('7r)) & E. M. Yerger ('12). 
Refer to Rosedale. 

W. I. Stone. 

E. L. Dent. 
Mounger <& Ford. 

Frierson (John F., '05) & Hale (C. H., '02). 

W. C. Sweat. 

Refer to Newton. 

Refer to Macon. 

Refer to Lexington. 

Hardy <& Arnold. 

H. C. Dear. 

Refer to Natchez. 

Jeff. Kent. 

Refer to Clarksdale. 

M. C. Benson. 

Percy ('80) & Percy ('08). 

Whittington (W. M., '99) & Osborn § (S. I.. 

Cowles Horton. flO). 

Hanun Gardner. 
See Card in Appendix, page 213. 

Refer to Grenada. 

Stevens (H. S., '96) & Cook (W. F., '05). 
Cable Ad. Stevenscook.jl 
See Card in Appendix, page 213. 
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95 



PLA.CB. 

Httlehant.* 

Henumdo.* 

Holly Springs. 

Honston.* 

TndifMiftliii* 

loka.* 



COUMTY. 

Copiali. 

DeSoto, 

Marshall. 

Chickasaw. 

Sunflower. 

Tishomingo. 



KAMS8 OV ATTOBinBTS. 

J. S. Sexton C«)). 

F. C. Holmes C92). 

Lester G. Fant. 

C* H. Moffett. 

Chapman (Porter C, *86) A Johnson (Elbert, 

J. A. E. F^le. tW. 



JACKSON.* HnTBt County. Pop. 26,207. 

Alexander & Alexander, Capital National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ p€tge 213. 

Alexander, Charlton A. § ('04). 

Alexander, James A. ('07). 

Alexander, Jnlian P. (*10). 
Green & Green, 405, 406, ft 407 Mezdunts Bank Bldg; 
^MortMys for ^irwt If at. Bank, 

See Cara m Appendix, page 213. 

Green, Maroe]liis(*75). 

Green, Gamer Wynn ('90). 
IHayes & Mf^eSy Harding Annex Bldg. 

Mayes. Bdward ('70). Mayes, Lucius L. { (^06). 

Mayes, Basil L. Cl2). Mayes, Frank L. (^5). 

Thompson, R. IL & J. H., 618 N. Congress St. 
Att*y» far A* A V, My, Co. and Jaeheun WAoiesale CNvoers' ^ss'fl»« 

See Card in Appendix, page 214. 

Thompson, Robert H. (70). 

Thompson, J. Hanrey § ('96). 



WelU, W. Calvin § ('00) 301-2^ Capital National Bank Bldff. 
AWyfor 8UUe Hat, Bank, State 8av, Bank and Bank of Vtica, VUea, 

See Card in Appendix, page 214. 



Miss* 



JohnsoiiTiIle. 

Koadnsko.* 

Lake. 

Lanrel. 

LeakesTille.* 

Leland. 

Lexington.* 

Liberty.* 

Lofusrille.* 

Lnoedale.* 

MeComb. 

MeHenry.* 

Biscon.* 

Magnolia.* 

Marks.* 

MayerBTille.* 

MeadriUe.* 

Mendenhall.* 

Meridian.* 



MontioeDo.* 
Morton. 
Mosi Point. 
Momit Olive. 
Natcliez.* 

New Albany.* 
New Angnrta.* 

Newton. 

Okolona.* 

Oxford.* 

PMosnnk.* 

PaaOliristian. 

Paiil£i«.* 

Pehhatehee. 

Philadelphia.* 

rSttsbarob* 



Sunflower. 

Attala. 

Scott. 

Jones. 

Greene. 

Washington. 

Holmes. 

Amite. 

Winston. 

George. 

Pike. 



Noxubee. 

Pike. 

Quitman. 

IsBaquena. 

Franklin. 

Simpson. 

Lauderdale. 



Lawrence. 

Scott. 

Jackson. 

Covington. 

Adams. 

Union. 

Perry. 

Newton. 

Chickasaw. 

Lafayette. 

Jackson. 

Harrison. 

Jasper. 

Rankin. 

Neshoba. 

Cslhoun. 



Refer to Indianola. 
Crowley A Glass. 
Refer to Morton. 
W. S. Welch ('06). 
Refer to Mobile,^ Ala. 
Refer to Greenville. 
E. F. Noel en). 

C. T. Gordon. 
Jones A Jones. 
Refer to Psscagoula. 
W. B. Mixon. 
Refer to Gntf port. 
George Richardson. 

Price (J. H.) A Price (E. G.). 

Mack A Bkok. 

Refer to Greenville. 

WhitHngton (L. A.) A McGehee (D. R.). 

Refer to Jackson. 

Baskin & Wilbourn. 

Sureesmora to Mitter A Baskin, 
See Card in Appendix, page 215. 

G. Wood Magee. 

R. D. Cooper. 

Refer to Psscagoula. 

Refer to CSoUins. 

A. H. Geisenberger ('87). 
See Card in Appendix, page 214. 

S. R. Knox. 

Refer to Hattiesburg. 

D. M. Anderson ('09). 
A. T. Stovall. 

Jas. Stone A Son. 

Denny (W. M.) A Heidelberg. 

*^ef er to Gulf port. 

tefer to Laurel. 

lefer to Morton. 
G. E. Wilson. 
Haman A Bates. 



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PULOB. 

PoDtotoe.* 

Poplarville.* 

Port GibKm.* 

PtantiM.* 

PnirU.* 

Qnitnuai.* 

Raleigh.* 

RaynumcL* 

Ripley.* 

R^g Fork.* 

Roeedale.* 

Saidie.* 

SebastopoL 

Senatobia.* 

Shabata. 

StarkviUe.* 

Somniit. 

Sumner.* 

Tonioa.* 

Tupdo.* 

Vaaden.* 

Verona. 

Vloksbnrg.* 

WalthaD.* 
Water VaUey.* 
Waynesboro.* 
WesMm. 
West Point.* 
Winona.* 
WoodviUe.* 
Yaioo City.* 



OOCFITTT. 

Pontotoc. 

Peaii Rirer. 

Claiborne. 

JefferMm 

LaKar. 

Clarke. 

Smith. 

Hinds. 

Tippah. 

Sharkey. 

BoliTar. 

Panda. 

Soott. 

Tate. 

Clarke. 

Oktibbeha. 

Pike. 

Tallahatchie. 

Tunica. 

Lee. 

CarrolL 

Lee. 

Warren. 

^rebster. 

Talobnsha. 

Wayne. 

Copiah. 

CUy. 

Montgomery. 

Willmison. 

Yazoo. 



VAMBs or ▲TTCUnTl. 

MiteheU A MitchdL 
H. H. Parker. 

E. S. A J. T. Drake. 
0. £. ThompBon. 

T. £. Salter. 
S. H. TerraL 
Nobles A CantwelL 
J. M. Shelton (74). 
Thfls. £. Pegiwn ('(NO. 
Refer to (menTille. 
M. L. Kanfman. 

F. H. Montgomery. 
Refer to Mortoii. 
Hobnes A Sledge. 
D. W. Heidelberg. 
Magmder^ Martin A Walker. 
W. A.ParwMis. 

Ward A Ward. 

Mont^meryjF. A.) A Montgomery (R.). 

Robbms A Thomas. 

F. M. Glass. 

Refer to Tupelo. 

Hlrsh, Dent & Landau. 

See Card in Appendix^ pagt 216. 
Refer to Winona. 
H. H. Creekmore. 
M. L. Heidelberg (*02). 
Refer to Hazlehuzst. [J., '16). 

Kimbrough (Tbos. C, *9m A Valentine (J. 
Hill (W. 8.) A Knox (W. T.). 
Aokland H. Jones ('01). 
Bamett A Perrin. 



ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURL 

Capital^ JxTFKBsoN Cnrr. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACE. 

Albany.* 

Alexandria. 

Alton.* 

Appleton City. 

Arrow Rock. 

Ash Grove. 

Aurora. 

Ara.* 

Barnard. 

Benton.* 

Bethany.* 

Bloomfirid.* 

Bolckow. 

Bolivar.* 

BonneTerre. 

BoonviDe.* 

Bowling Gh^en.* 

Breckenridge. 

Brookfield. 

Brownsville. 

Bmnswick. 



OOUHTT. 

Ctentry. 

Chirk. 

Oregon. 

St. Cbur. 

SaUne. 

Greene. 

Lawrence. 

Douglas. 

Nodaway. 

Soott. 

Harrison. 

Stoddard. 

Andrew. 

Polk. 

St. Frangois. 

Cooper. 

Pike. 

Caldwell. 

Linn. 

Saline. 

Chariton. 

DaUas. 



Bn£Falo.* 

Burlington Junction. Nodaway. 

Butler.* Bates. 

II Use Western 

In earreapandingf mention 



VAUSB OF ATTOBinTB. 

J. W. Peery $ ('77). 
Refer to Kahoka. 
£. P. Dorris. 
Jos. W. Miller. 
Refer to Marshall. 
Refer to Springfield. 
H. H. Bloss. 
A. H. Buchanan. 
Refer to Maiyville. 
Albert De Reign ('80). 
Prisby A Prisby . 
Wammock A Welbom. 
Refer to Savannah. 
Herman Pufahl. 
J. H. Malugen. 
RoyD.Wimani8('04). 
Hostetter (J. D.) A Haley (J. H.>. 
Refer to Hamilton. 

BaUey § (A. A., '83) A Hart § (C. K., '92). 
Refer to Marahall. ['06). 

Benecke § (Louis, '67) A Benecke § (Ruby W.t 
W. C. Hawkins. 
Refer to MaryvUle. 

Silvers (T. W., '73) A Silvers § (E. B., '06). 
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ATTORNEYS IS MISSOURI. 



yr 



FLAO& 

Galifotiiia.* 

Cainwoik 

Giatoii. 

Cape GiiaidattO. 

GuiQUtan.* 

CartuTine. 

Carthago.* 



OODHTY. 

MonitoaiL. 

Qinton. 

Lewis. 

Gape GimrdaMi. 

Canon. 

Jasper. 

Jasper. 



Camthenrilla.* 

CawrOlB.* 

GentiaBa. 

Gentnnlle.* 

Clufiertim.* 

CUUieothe.* 

Clareaoe. 
Qukinlle. 
CUytoD.* 
Cfinton.* 



Columbia.* 



NAHBS OF ATTOairBTS. 

Embry A Elmbry. 

Carr A Harrison. , 

A. F. Haner. [and A; L., '06). 

OUver (R. B., 77) & OUver (R. B., Jr.. § '04, 
Chas. R. Pktfcison § ('75). 
Refer to Carthage. 
H, W. Blair $ (*02). 
A.U'yf9r BmmM of Carthage ; Am. BinCfl^ad A Bn^*Wg €7o. 

HcReynolda & McReyiiol4a* 

Samuel McReynolds. 

Alien McReynolds. 
N. G. Hawkins. 
J. S. I>aTi8. 
Arthnr Bmton. 
Refer to Ironton. 
Rnssell A Johnson. 
Jj6w\» A. Chapman 4 C70). 

8m Card in Appendix^ pagB &1A. 
H. A. Wrwht. 
L. Edgar Ekes. 
RefertoStLoids. 
W. B. Owen CSS). 

B^iarm to J'wpio*4 NuHotuil Bank. 
MoBalne (J. P.) A Clark (Boyle Q.). 



Penuscot. 



Boone. 
Reynolds,^ 
Mississippi. 
UTingato 

Shelby. 
Pike. 
St. Lonis. 
Senry. 



Boone. 



€forporation mmI Commercial Lato. Jtefor to Eoochango JUmt. Bank. 



DiaTille.* 

DeSoto. 

Dexter. 

DoDiphsa.* 

Edipa.* 

Emmenoe.* 



Fmniogton.* 

Payette.* 

Poiyth. * 

PxedBnoktown.* 

Pnlton.* 

GaoMSTills.* 

Gsleoa.* 

GsUstin.* 

(3U«ow. 

GwntCity.* 

Gteanfield.* 

GieeDTiDe.* 

HimiHon. 

Hsmrihal. 



HamHmTiDs.* 

Haitrine.* 

Uoiiiiam. 




HoUea. 
Ht^kins. 



HsBtsriQe.* 
ladBpeadonoe.* 

InntoB.* 
Jaekion.* 
JvMipart. 
JaffenonCtty.* 

Joplin. 

Kahoka.* 



Seo tt. 

Mon^ioniery. 

Jeffemn. 

Stoddard. 

Ripley. 

Knox. 

Shannon. 

Clay. 

St. Francois. 

Howard. 

Taney. 

Madison. 

Callaway. 

Ozark. 

Stone. 

Daviess. 

Howard. 

Worth. 

Dade. 

Wayne. 

Caldwell. 

Marion. 



Cass. 

Wright. 

Gasoonade. 

ffickoiy. 

La Fayette. 

Jefferson. 

Johnson. 

Nodaway. 

TezaB. 

Randolph. 

Jackson. 

Iron. 

Cape Girardean. 

Dayieas. 

Cole. 



Jasper. 

Clark. 



Refer to Benton. 

Refer to Mont^^omery City. 

E. G-Ed^. 

Charles tales. 

J. F. Falbriffht. 

Refer to Kirksrilla. 

S. A. Cunningham. 

CraTen (W. C., *90) ft Moore (H. L., ^). 

J. P. Cajroe. 

S. C. Major. 

D. F. McConkey. 

B. B. Gaboon, Sr. f^). 

Henry N. Everaole § (*11}, 

Refer to West Hains. 

Refer to Anfora. 

Dnifley (Boyd, *79) ft Selby { (J. A., ^85). 

T IT iVmnv 

Du Bois § (G. B., HX)) ft Miller § (Beit, '02). 
B. M. NeaL 
V. V. %. 

D. E. AriilMMi- 

MahsA iOtooago A. '73), Smith { (Albert R., 
'91) ft Malan (Dulany, '11). Cable Ad. 
Mahan. 

Ghaa. £. Rendlen § fOl). 

Allen Glenn ft Son. 

£• B. Cfamer. 

Robert Walker. 

J. W^. MontKoiuery . 

James P. Cninn. 

Clyde Williams. 

Refer to Waztensbnxg, 

Refer to Maryrille, 

Hiett ft Seott. 

Refer to Moberiy. 

JohnG. Paxton('80). 

Attomev for Firtt JfaHonal Bank^ 

Edrar (W. R.) ft Edgar (W. R., Jr.). 

A. M. Spradiin^. 

Refer to Gallatm. 

A. T. Dumm ('99). P09). 

Pope (WinHeld S., *67) ft Lohman § (Ira H., 

A. E. Spencer ('88). 
Ste Card in Appendix^ page 216. 

Chas. A. Hiller. 



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98 ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURI, 

KANSAS CITY.* Jackbon CotJirrT. Poii. 248^. 

Ashley & Gilbert, 5O2-&06 Rialto Building. C^ble Ad. Ashbert 

ate Card in Appendix, page 217. 
Austin & Davis, Rooms 826, 827 A 828 New York Li£0 Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 216. 
BaU & Byland, 307-9 First National Bank Bldg. 

8ee Card in Appendix, page 218, 
Beardsi(>y & Beardsle^, Suite 1306 C<»nmeroe Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 218. 
Bowersock, J ustin P^ Fid efity Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Flower. 

Aughlnbaugh, O. T* 

Fizzeil, Robert B. 
Cloud, WendeU U., Suite 818 Scarritt Bldg. Cable Ad. Wsftclo. 

See Card in Appendix, page 218. 
Cook & Gossett, Suite 610 D wight Building. Cable Ad. CoogOt. 

See Card in Appendix, page2l9. 
Day, George W. ('80), 705-706 New York Life Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 219. 
Dunn, Denton, Suite 708 Scarritt Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 219. 
Ellis, Cook & Barnettf Suite 609 Scarritt Bldg^ 

^800 Card in Appendix, page 219. 

Fyke & Snider, Suite 909 Sharp Bldg. 

8e^ Card in Appendix, page 219. 
Gage, l^add & Smal]^ 60&-608 New York Life Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 220. 

Ladd, Sanford B. Small, Charles B. 

Small, Edwin W. 

Godard, Porter B. Monroe, Caleb S. 
Gllmore & Brown, 941-944 New York Life BuUding. 

See Card in Appendix, page 221. 
' Hadley, Cooper, Xeel & Wright, 524 Keith & Perry Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 220. 
Hair, Meservey, German & Michaels, Suite 905-^7-8 A 9 Q<m- 

See Card in Appendix, page 220. [merce BIdf . 

HafE, Delbert J. Meserrey, Edwin C* 

Ger man, Charles W. Michael s, William C. 

Newkirk, Samuel D. Norris, William S. 

Haff, Carroll B. 
Harding, Deatherage. Mnrphy & Harris, 831 Searritt Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 221. 

Harding, John T. Deatherage, Buckner F. 

Murphy, Dayid A. Harris, Spencer F. 

Deatherage, Wm. N. Pray, R. H. 
Harkless & Histed, Suite 1000 Grand Ayenue Temple. 

See Card in Appendix, page 221. 
Hogsett & Boyle, Suite 1012 Grand Arenne Temple. 

See Card in Appendix, page 222. 
Ingraham, Guthrie & Durham, 901-905 Republic Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 222. 
Johnson, James M*, Suite 414-417 Grand Are. Temple. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 223. 
Johnson & Lucas, .312-^14 Keith & Perry BuilcBng. 

See Card in Appendix^ paqe 222. 
Krauthoif, McCllntock & Quant, Tenth Floor Republic Buildinp. 

Sw Card in Appendix^ page 223. 
Lathrop, Morrow, Fox A Moore, Suite 304 First National Bask 
Corporation 4tnd Commerrial Lafc. [Bldg. Cable Ad. LftmofOfWO' 

See Card in Appendix, page 224. 

Lathrop, Gardmer. Crane, Cyrus. 

Morrow, Thomas B. Reynolds, Thoe. H. 

Fox, John M. Mersereau, Geo. J. 

Moore, Samuel W, Sawyer, Samuel W, 

Pratt, O. W. Lathrop, John H. 

Martin, Hugh £. 
Lawler, Clement A. $ (m\ 411-413 Keith A Perry Bldg. 
AtVyfnr PaHfte Coant Ca9uatty Co,, Mtna Life Ine, Co. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 223. 
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ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURI. 



99 



BL^KSAS CITY.* Jackbov CouvTY.— Cimtifuied. 

MeCune, GaldWeU A I>owalng, 731 Scamtt Baildine. 
GenertU Civil i*raHi0e. AWum for New England. Hat. Bankm Kunaas 
Gam Jb JFIeefrie i)o*f MUetrie Bond A Share Co, ofjiew Torh, Atneriean 
P^wer 4t LigtU Co,, Kan9a9 Ciht CoBuaity Co., Sehmeiaer Ami9 Co., 
Mmmsa9 CiitmlMundry Service Co., IntemUmntaM,n Railway Light i 
fower Co., HuUhtn^on Bum A Fuel Co., Ifewton Gas A Fjusl Co* 

MeCitne, Henry L. 

Caldw^U, Robert B. 

Dowiag, Bbttehford. 

Noble, Harold M. 

HoGune, Josepli M. 
HereOith $ & Harwood, Suite 1909 Gomtnerce Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 225. 
New, Miller, Camack & Winger, Top floor, Gloyd Buildiiw. 
SpeeUU aUention to Contmereial and Corporation Law anaMaUers 
im Bankrufttep in Western Miammri and Kansas. 

See Card in Appendix^nage 224. 
Piatt A Maries, Suite 715 Gummeroe Bldf. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 225. [PierrepQrt. 

Porter, Pierre R.,1§tiite 1016 Grand Are. Temple. Gable Ad. 
Speeial attenii&n given Insuran^m Law . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 226. 
Robinson A Goodrich^ 611 Gommeree BniUlag. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 225. 
Bosenzweig. Grant I., 1311-1317 Gommeroe Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 226. [Bldg. 

Rozzelle, Vlneyar^l, Thaciier A Boys, 92S-032 New York Life 
Gvn>sral PraeHee, VarporaHon, Insurance, and Municipal LaSv. 
Mefere n cts t First Ifatisnal and New JEnglatid KaHonal Banks* 

See Card in Appendix^ page 226. 

RozseUe, Franic F. 

Vineyard, J. J. 

Thacner, John H. 

Boys, FranlL A. 

Houghton, James K. 
Scarrltt, Scarritt, Jones A Miller, 1127~U36 Seairitt Bnilittog. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 227. 

Scarritt, Edwaid L. Miller, Charles M. 

Searritt, William C. Seddon, Alfred M. 

Jones, Elliott H. North, Edward S. 

Ffnkerton,W. P. 
flebree, Conrad A Wendorff, Suite 809 Sesrritt Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 226. 
Smart & Strother, Snite 816 Grand Avenue Temple. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 227. 
TItiifl, Frank, g01%w York Life Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 227. 
Warner,- Dean, McLeod A tiangwortliy. Suite 1031 Scarritt Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 228. 
Whlt<^ Hackney A L(vons, 536-541 Lathrop Bu]ldii«. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 228. 



PLACB. OOUIVTY. 

Glay. 

Dunklin. 

Chariton. 

Caldwell. 

Caldwell. 

Adair. 

St. Louis. 

Johnson. 

Linn. 

Lewis. 

Barton. 

Schuyler. 

Ladede. 

Jackson. 

La Fayette. 

GUy. 

Orage. 

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In €&fr09ptmMhgf menlion 



Kennett** 

Kevtesrille.* 

Kidder. 

Kimtoa.* 

^EsriDe.* 

Kbkwood. 

Knobooster. 

Ladede. 

LsGisa^. 

Lmsr.* 

Lancaster.* 

Lebanon.* 

Lee^iSonmiita 



Liberty.* 



KAMX8 OP ATTOnNSTS. 

Refer to Liberty. 
Orville Zimmerman § (Ul). 
John T. Taylor. 
Refer to Hamilton. 
George K. Dodge. 
Weatherby & Prank'. 
Refer to St. Louis. 
Refer to Warrensburg. 
Cscar F. Libby § ('78). 
G. R. Davis. 
Edwin L. Moore § ('91). 
Fofsle & Fogle. 
A. W. Gurry. 
Ernest S. Bennett § C97). 
ChUes (William H.,'64) & Chiles § (Henry C., 
Ralph Hughes. riO). 

Ryors (R. S.), VoshoU (J. W.) & Menroa. 
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ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURL 



Linn Creek.* 

Linnens.* 

Lonisbuift. 

Maocm.* 

Maiden. 

MnrbleHm.* 

MarionTiUe. 

ManhalL* 

Mandifield.* 




Miami. 

Milan.* 

Moberly.* 

Moksne. ^ 
Monroe City. 
MonteraUo. 

MooSoello.^ 

Montrose. 

Mound City. 

Mount VeminL* 

Neeako.* 

Nettletoa. 

Nevada** 



New 
NewMadikL* 



Oiegon.* 
Oseeola.^* 
Ozark.* 



Pahnjxa.*' 



ParkriDe. 

Patto na b uMT. 

PertyriHe.* 



FhMnriDe.* 
Platte City* 
P]attabIln^* 
Pleasant Hill. 
Poplar Bhiff .* 
Portland. 
Potosi.* 



RidiHilL 

Richland. 

Ridimond.* 

Roekpoit.* 

RoQa* 

St. Chailes.* 

Sta. QensTieTe. 



OOU1IT7. 

Camden. 

Unn. 

Pike. 

Maoon. 

Dunklin. 

Bollinger. 



Saline. 

Webster. 

Nodaway. 

DeKalb. 

Scotland. 

Audrain* 

Saline. 

SnIliTaa. 

Bandolpb* 

Callaway. 
Monroe. 
Vernon. 
Mont^pmMfy* 



Henry* 
Holt. 



Newton. 

CaMwdL 

Vernon. 

Ralls. 

New Madrid. 

La Fayette, 

Hdt. 

Si. Clair. 

Cbzistian. 

Franklin. 

Marion. 

M<Miroe. 

Platte. 

Darieia. 

Perry. 

Wayne. 

Lawrence. 

McDonald. 

Platte. 

Clinton. 

Case. 

Butler. 

Callaway. 

Washington. 

JBaereer. 

Bates. 

Pulaski. 

Ray., 

Atchison. 

Phelns. 

St. Oharies. 

Ste. Geneyieye. 



XAICBS or ATTOBRXn. 

6. C. Roach. 

R. C« MulUtts. 

Pearson A Pearson. 

Guthrie A Fran)^lin. 

Cox (R. A.) A Rutledge (R. S.). 

W. K. Chandler ('M). 

Refer to Aurora. 

Albert R. James {'06). 

J. £. Haymes. 

J. S. Shinabarger. 

Hewitt (R. A.,T76) A Hewitt § (Corell R.,'iai). 

John M. Jayne (*79). 

Robertson A Robertson. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 227. 
Refer to Marshall. 
J. W. Bingham. 
Hunter § ('00) A ChamlM* § COl)* 

See Card in Appendix^ page 22S. 
Refer to Fulton. 
Merriweather A Merriweather. 
Refer to Nerada. 
W. C. Hughes. 
T. I. Johnson. 
Refer to Clinton* 
A. M. Tibbetta. 

Wm. B. Skinner. POB). 

Hubbert(Geom, 'e8)ak Hnbbert§ (IVed G.. 
Refer to Hamilton. 
W. M. Bowker. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 229. 

J. o. AUison cm: 

Galliyan A Finch. 

Refer to Lexington. 

S. F. 0*Fallon. 

Waldo P. Johnson ('06). 

F. W. Barrett. 

Refer to Union. 

Ben F. Glahn § CdO). 

James P. Boyd. 

Refer to Platte City. 

Refer to Gallatin. 

Edward Robb. 

Refer to Poplar Bluff. 

Refer to Aurora. 

J. A. Sturgia. 

J. H. HulL 

W. S. Hemdon § (*81). 

Refer to Harrisonrille. 

D. W. Hill. 

Refer to Fulton* 

M. E. Rhodes. [L. M., '16). 

Hyde § (Ira B., '61) A Hyde (A. M.» '01 and 

Refer to Butler. 

Refer to WaynesTille. 

Lavelock A Kirknatriok. 

Hunt, Bailey A Hunt. 

Refer to Steel viUe. 

Wm. Waye» Jr. ('07). 

C. J. Stanton. 



ST. JOSEPH.* BrcHAKAN Couirar. Pop. 77,40S. 

Bro^rn^ R. A., Tootle-Lemon Bank Bldg. 

jSee Card in Appendix^ page 229. 
Culver & PhllUp, 911-915 Corby-Forsee Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 229. 
Dolman, John B.» 712-714 Corby-Forsee Bldg. 

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ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURL 101 

ST* JOSBPH.* " BuKMASAjs CouKYT. — Cimtinued, 

OroT6s & Watldns^'idf^ 20», A 2ie G«inuHi-Asiiencan Bank BUIg. 

See Card in AppehdtXtPaoe 290. 
BUteheUy Orestes §C0C)7SfI& 804-^06 Corby-Fonee BUg. 

See Card in Appendix^ pqoe &30. 
Stigall CIO) A Ouk ('10)^31^1^ Oenrnu-Ameriean Bsnk Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page Wp, ^ 

See Car<f w Appendix^ page 281. 

CITY OP ST. LOUIS. Pop. ^S^l -^ 

[Not embraced in any County.] 

tOiitoe Ad. Alabbott 
lAbbott & ESdwards, 112i) Fedefal BeMrra Bank Bids. '^^ Pin« St. 
Special rnHfCutUtn to C&rporaHan, Probate, Insurants, and Cint^ 
tuereUtl Imw* and Bankruptcy MtUier0 in Maetem MisMOUtU 
See Card in Appendix, page 222. 
Angnstus L. Abbott. 
John Blair Edwards. 

RaliOi J. Boeder. § 

Edwin C. Lnedde* 

James S. Gray. 

Roberts J. Sonroeder. 

John Blair Abbott. 
Alien. Chas. Claflln, Boatmens Bank Bnildinf . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 231. 
Allen, E. T. & G. B., 920 & 921 Wainwrigbt BaUdbg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 231. [Bldg. 

Arnsteln, Albert (78) & HTn. ('07),Si]jte 900 Federal Besenre B^ 

See Card in Appendix^ page 231. 
Baoon, Frederick U., HoUand Bldg., 2U N. SeFsnth St. 

£lee Card in Appendix, page 283. 
Bakewell, Paul« U04-1107 La Salle BMg. Gabis Ad. Bakewetl. 

SpedalSau Patent Law» See Card in Appendix^ page 233. 
Barclay & Wallace, 310, 311, 312 Conuneroial Blc&. 

iSee Card in Apprndix^ page 233. [Cable Ad. BarwaU 

Bates, Chas. W., Boatmens Bsnk Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 233. 
Block, George BL 077), Soke 807-lff Garleton Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 234. [Aberdeen. 

Boyle & Priest, GButral National Bank Bnilding. 

See Card in Appendix, pam 234. 
Bryan & Williams, l(i05-14 Pierce Bldg. 

Co r poToMon, Railway, and Ineuranee Zaiv, • 

JPraetiee in Federal and State Courts, 

See Card in Appendix, page 234. 
Bvder & Bvder, Suite 700 Times Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 234. 
Carr & Carr, | 516-626 Roe Building, 510 Pine St. 

See Coram Appendix, page 234. 
Cliarles C|92) A Rutherford (*92), Suite 807 Merahants-Lablede Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 235. 
Coles, W^ter D., 415 <& 416 Security Building. 

Praetieee in State nnd Federal Courts. 
Collins, Barker A Britton. 1425-1434 Boatmens Bank Bldg. 
.Attorneys for International Bank, Missouri^Idncoln Trust Co,, 

Scruggs* Fandervoort- Harney Bry Goods Co,, National Oats Co., et«. 

See Card in Appendix, page 236. 
Dickson, JcMeph, Jr., 1219 Third National Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 235. 
Donflas, Walter B., Merehants-Laclede Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 235. 
Barly, Marion C., 806 Wainwright Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 236. [Bldg. 

BSllot, Chaplin, Blayney & Bedal, Rooms 1711-1716 Third Nat. B*k 
Corporaiiimf Railroad, and Cotnmereial Law, 

See Card in Appendix, page 236. 

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ATTORNEYS IN MJSSQCai, 
CITY OF ST. tMVl6.-^CBntiim»ii. 

Feaerb&cber, H. W^ TOa-3-4 T^'K^t. Bwk BUc- 

^Mioul Buk Bldtr. 

UitctKiork, titor^f C ^.'^l.lVedend Iteieiw Bank BkU- 

Set Card in ^pbentitx, page 'i\K. 
Holland, KutledgejK Laibly, T12-721 Csati*! NM. &i. Bids. 

.See Card in Avpttidix, page &i, 
Boilidlif, Jifafph «.. mi La bolle BuIldinK. 
UornslnJIjVXt. i'T9), SDite8:iO Bialto Building. Cabla Ad. Horntby.l 

ftf e Cl""'' '" .djif "d'-r. poffe 3!)T. 
JftmUob & TboBlAS, Suite 8U4 Herce DU^. 
. ;'■.&>* Cord IB Apptndix. page 237. 
.* -Jeffrfes & Curuni, :3uiis II 1^ CuaUvl X^.tioual Bank Bmldiug. 
"*.'.' Sre Card in Appettiiix, page 2S!. IBlds- 

0ohDHon, J. D. (TU) A L. C. {'i»), Suite T06 Old Bank of CommeraB 
' Jones, Hocker, SnlUvan & Angert, Thicd Nat.' Bank Bids- 

Hee Card in Apperuiiz. page 23H. 
Jvdson, Green & Henry, 1320-1332 Boatmem Bank Biiildii«. 

See Card in Appeadiz, page 238. 
Kortjohn &. Kortjoho, 4W-110 Ue««kaDt»'Laalede Bnildintr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 23S. |Cabl« Ad. Leiabttr. 

Leahy, Saunders & Bartb, Suite HOG Nat. Bk. of Conunooe Bldg. 



Lehmaun & Lebmann, Suite 610 Menihaula-Laolede Boilding. 

See Card in Appendix, page M8. 
Leonard & Slbler.ltialto Buildiiii:. Cable Ad. Loyant. 



See Card in Appendix^jiaBe 23», 
LewU & Rice, Suite 1206 Fedeial RMerve Back Bide. 

See Cord in A--- -" "" 

Lewis, Joeeph 
Rioej Charles U. 

'■"'"■L',.b«?,X^il''S., Jr, 1 TO) I >■»-"«' »»>■ <*»»«» Bia,. 
Lyon & Swarta, Suite i:<oe-10 Thiid Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Set Card in Appendiz. page 'itB. 
McDonald, Jesse.Thinl Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 239. 
Noffel & Klrb^, »1H Si^nrity Building. Cable Ad. Nagalkirby. 

See Card in Appendix, page 240. 

Nagel, Charles. Orrick, Allen C. 

Klr by, l>anle l No yea. B he pley, A rth ur B. 

Mlllii, George A. SI Newton, C. A. 

Curtis, E. O. Plsse, Frank H, 

Nlcbole, R. H., Suite 814 Rialto BuildiuK. 

See Card in ^Ippendix, page 210, 
Nortonl, Albert D. ('D31, Snite 1H1I-1H15 Tkiid Nat. Baak Bldg. 

See Card in Apwndix, page 'Mi. 
Pattlaon, Everett W., Snit« 720-738 Rialte Bldg. 

S(e Card in Appendix, page 240. 
"- --■ - -iffjy Kammerer 1 1'DS) A Raasieur { ('02), Qtamle BMk 

ird in Apr-''-' ■'■" "■-"- *-■ "— 

Reynolds & Harla 

See Card in Appendix, page 241. 
Robert & Robert, Hnite 1320 Fsdanl ReMrte Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 241. 
Ryan & ThompMin, Suite IRIl Third Nat, Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendiz. page 241 . 
Bale A Frey, Suite 1.114-1^1*4 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg:. 

See Card in Appendix, page 241. 
Bchnurmaoher & Baaslenr, Federal Reeerre Bank Bldg, 

.Ser Card in Appendix, page 241 . 
Smith & Pearey, 1T18-1719 Plerae Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 242, 
Spencer & Donnell, Snite 1230 Boatmem Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

.S«- Card in Appendix, page 242, [Spencell. 

Taylor & Chasnoff, Suite IKtO Boatraena Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendiz. page 342, ETay-Ch«. 

St. Louli continued on next page. 

II Use Western Union Telfcrnph rode. 

Jit correitpnnAlng, menfian Hnbbeirs. It promoter aerviee. 



ATTORNEYS IN MISSOURI. 



108 



CITY OF ST. LOUIS. — Coitftnue<i. 

Wagner & MUler, ;Siiite 680 Pier9« Blcl«r. 

See Card in Appendi^t, page 242. 
Watte. Gentry & Lee, MerokBtnts-Laolede Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 242. . 
WilAey, Mclntyre & Kardin, 1008-1614 Boatmens Buik Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 243. 
Wflliams, Charles P. r^tt), 711 SeciiritT BMg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 243. 
Wmiaing^ R. P. &C. B., Smte 1418 ThM Nst. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 243. 
Wright, Joseph A. C98)^ im-23 Pierce Bldg. Cable Ad. Jowri. 

See Card in Appendix, page 243. 



St 
Sa 
Satis] 




OODMTT. 

Ste. GenoYieve. 
Dent. 
Chariton. 
Andzew. 



NAMBS OF ▲TTOBKKTB. 

Refer to Ste. Oeaerieve. 
W. P. Elmer. 
J. A. Collett. 

Boober § (Cbarlea F.. 72, sad Lloyd W., 
'00) & WmiamB (&aac R., '74). 



SEDALIA.* PfSTTig County. Pop. 17,822, 

Barnett A Barnett, 408 Ohio St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 244. 
Trffcmm, Bohling X Lamm, 300 Ohio St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 244. 



Sielbv^iUe.* 

SherioBa. 

Slater. 



Steetrille.* 

StewartsriUe. 

Stoekton.* 



Tarkio. 
Tiptoa. 
Trenton.* 
Troy.* 



Union.* 

UnkmTOle.* 

Utiea. 

Van Bnren.* 



iboxg.* 
Wamnton.* 
Waieaw.* 
Waahii^gton. 
Waynesrille.* 
Webb City. 
WellaTille. 
WentztriUe. 



West 

VFatiamabug. 

Wiadsor. 



Shelby. 

Shelby. 

Worth. 

Saline. 

Greene. 



Gentry. 

Crawford. 

DeKalb. 

Cedar. 

Boone. 

Atchison. 

Moniteaa. 

Grundy. 

Lincoln. 

MiUer. 

Franklin. 

Putnam. 

Livingston. 

Carter. 

Moreen. 

Manes. 

Johnson. 

Warren. 

Benton. 

Franklin. 

Pnlaski. 

Jasper. 

Montgomery. 

St. Charles. 

Platte. 

HoweU. 

Callaway. 

Henry. 

II Use Western 



H, J. Libby. 

E. M. O'Bryen. 
Refer to Grant City. 

C. P. Storts. [(Frank M., '90). 

Barbour (Edward A., '83) & MoDavld 
Att'yefor MieeouH Paeifio R. R, Co. 
See Card in Appendix, page 244. 

F. J. McCaalin f ('02). 
A. H. Harrison! ('92). 
Refer to Maysville. 

S. E. Osborne. 

Refer to Columbia. 

W. R. Littell. 

Refer to California. 

Hubbell Bros. (PUtt, '91 and George 

Sutton ('89) & Huston ('13). [H., '02). 

See Card in Appendix, page 244. 
W. S. StiUweU. ^^ 

J. M. Owen. 
N. A. Franklin. 
Refer to Chillioothe. 
J. M. Carnahan. 
R. M. Livesay. 
Refer to Union. 

J. W. Suddath ('82) <fe Son § (Wm. E., '05). 
Theo. W. Huckreide. 
H. P. Lay. 
Herbert A. Kroe. 
Harry O. Eldrecbe. 
Frank L. Forlow § ('85). 
W. L. Mabry. 
Refer to St. Charles. 
Refer to Platte City. 
M. E. Morrow ('91). 
Refer to Fulton. 
Roes E. Feaster. 
Union Telegraph Code. 



In rarregpandintTf mention HubbelFs. li promotes eerviee* 

A8 



104 



ATTORNEYS IN MONTANA* 



FULOB. 

Anaooiidft** 
Belt. 

Bigtimber.* 
BQUngs.* 

Boulder.* 
Bosemaii.* 



ATTORNEYS IN MONTANA. 

Capital, HsudTA. 
For informadon concerning AttomeyBy see page 2. 



0O171IT7. 

Deer Lodge* 
GMoade. 
Sweet Gtmb. 
Yellowstone. 

Jefferson. 



KAJU!S\OV ATTO&NBTS. 

Bodgers (Wm. B., '91) A RodgeniCHinm 
Reler to Great Falk JW., "92). 

J. £. Barbour. [(H.J.,*06). 

Johnston $ (W. M., *05) A Coleman f 

j^ Card m Appendix, page 245. 
J. £. Kelley. 
Hartman^ Hartmao. 



BUTTB.* BsLYKBi Bow CJoujttt. Pop. 89,165. 

Binnard ('98) & Rodger § (*06), 88 A 89 Owsley Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 245. 
Kremer ('98). SandeH (WA Kremer C04), O'Ronrke Ertato Bldg. 

See Cora in Appendix, page 2i5. 

W. B. Sands. 

Cole dk Shannon. 

Refer to Billings. 

Refer to LdvingBton. 

S. P. Wilson 5 ('03). P13). 

Rodgers § (Henrr G., '00) A Gilbert { (W. G., 

Refer to Miles City. 

John A. Bird (*02). 

George A. Farr. 

Stranahan <fe Stranahao.* 

JohnHarly§('03). 

F. P. Leiper. 

R, M. Armour. § 

See Card in Appendix, page 245. 
Robert A. O'Hara. 
C. F. Gillette. 
L. V. Beanlien. 

HEUSNA.* Lewis & Glabkx Couvtt. Pop. 12,515. 
iMoCONVSLL & McComnELiifUnion Bank Building. 

McCONNELL, NbWTON W.} CeO). 

McCoNNBLL, Odell W. § Q^S), 



Chinook.* 


Blaine. 




Teton. 


Colambns.* 


Stillwater. 


Cooke. 


Park. 


Deer Lodge.* 


Powell. 


DiUon.* 


Beayerhead. 


EkaUka.* 


Fallon. 


Fairview. 


Dawson. 


Fowyth.* 


Rosebud. 


Fort Benton.* 


Chouteau. 


Glaaffpw.* 
Glendive.* 


Valley. 
Dawson. 


Great Falls.* 


Cascade. 


Hamilton.* 


RavalU. 


Hardin.* 


Big Hom. 
Hill. 


Hayre.* 



Walsh, James A. § ('80), 211 A 212 Power Buildit«. 
See Card in Appendix, page 245. 



KalispeU.* 

Lewistown.* 

Libby.* 

Liyingston.* 

Maiden. 

MUes aty.* 

Missoula.* 

Philipsbuig.* 

Plentywood.* 

Poison. 

Red Lodge.* 

Roundup.* 

Sandcomee. 

Shelby* 

Sidney.*^ 

Stevensville. 

Superior.* 



Flathead. 

Fergus. 

Lincoln. 

Park. 

Fergus. 

Custer. 

Missoula. 

Granite. 

Sheridan. 

Flathead. 

Carbon. 

Musselshell. 

Cascade. 

Toole. 

Riohland. 

Raralli. 

Mineral. 



Noffsinger § (W. N., '84) A WalohU § (Haas, 

John C. Huntoon § ('91). ['07). 

Refer to KalispbU. 

Frank Arnold § ("97). 

Refer to Lewistown. 

George W. Farr. 

William li. Murphy § ('00). ' 

See Card in Appendix, page 240. 
W, L. Brown. 
Refer to Glasgow. 
J. H. Stevens § COO). 

R. G. Wigifenhom $ ('08). [(Verais D„ '08). 
Mathews § (Thoe. J., '92) A Dosenbery § 
Refer to Great Falls. 
Refer to Chouteau. 
Refer to Glendive. 
G. T. Batrsrs. 
Refer to Missoula. 



X Compilers of our Synopsis of the Laws of Montana. 
II Use western Union Telegraph Code. 



In corresponding, n%enHon Htibbeirs. It promotes eervieo. 



ATTOBNETS IN MONTANA. 



106 



TLkOM, OOUSVT. 

Tlmmpioii.* Sadden. 

TowDMnd.* BroMlwator. 

Ubet. FersiiB. 

Vnsma City.* ManiMcm. 

Witeu.* Wibaux. 
WbiteSolph'rSpgB • lieafl^. 



yAMSS OF ATTOKHXTSw 

R«ler to Mlaaoiila. POS). 

KanonM i (J. E., '96) &Soh]iiiti§(FM Wm 
Baler to Lewktown. 
BL N. Dunoan. 
Bef er to Glendhra. 
Ford w jjinm 



ATTORNEYS IN NEBRASKA. 



For informatioii oonoenlng Aitomejs, lee page S. 



FliAOB. 

Albion.* 



Alma.** 

Aiiiwlioab 
AjdiLuJd. 
AildnaoiL 
Auburn.* 

Anrara.* 

Bartbtt* 

BaitUy. 

BaaMtt* 

Battla Ciaek. 

Beatrice.* 



Bearer atj.* 

Benkehnaii.* 

Bertnnd. 

Blair* 

BIoomuKton.* 

BlaeHifl. 



Bloal . 

Ttmii ^mI II m C 

Dtawner.* 

Biid^ieport.* 

BmlunBow.* 

BnrwelL* 

Botte.* 

Centar.* 

Central City. 

Chadron.* 

Ch/Cnitor.* 
CeLnmbiu.* 

Goad. 

ineignuB. 

Cieto. 

vuriia. 

Dakota.* 

DaTidCity* 

Dodge. 

EddTTiBe. 

Edgar. 

Bvood.* 



Eving, 



OOUVTT. 

Brown. 

Boone. 

Thayer. 

BoxBotte. 

Harlan. 

Fnmaa. 

Sanndeia. 

Holt. 

Nemaha. 

Hamilton. 

Wheeler. 

Bed Willow. 

Bock. 

Madiaon. 

Gage* 



Fnmaa. 

Dtindy. 

Phelpe. 

Washington. 

Franklin. 

Webster. 

Gaae. 

Bl2ne. 

MorrilL 

Cnater. 

Garfield. 

Boyd. 



Merrick. 

Dawea. 

DeneL 

Clay. 

Platte. 

Dsiwaon. 

Knox. 

Saline. 

Frontier. 

Dakota. 

Butler. 

Dodge. 

Dawaon. 

Clay. 

Goaper. 

Fronner. 

Holt. 

Fillmore. 



HAMSa OV ATTOJUIEnL 

W. M. Ely. 

F. D. WiUiama. 

Bef er to Hebron. 

Boyd&Mets. 

O. E. Shelbum. 

Befer to Bearer City. 

Befer to Wahoo. 

Befer to O'Neill. 

Fred 6. Hawzby « ('01). 

See Card in Appendix, page 246. 
Hainer (£. J.), Craft (Chaa. P.) A Edgerton 
Befer to Greeley. [§ (F. £.). 

Befer to McCook. 
H. J. Miller { CU). 
Befer to Norfolk. 
Rinaker & Kldd. 
AWye for Fir»t Nat, A Beatrix NaU Banks, 

See Card in Appendix^page 246. 
Lamb (E. J.) A Butler (B. F.). 
Befer to McCook. 
Befer to Holdrege. 
Clark O'Hanlon. 
Wm. C. Dowey ('94). 
Befer to Bed Cloud. 
Befer to Beatrice. 
£. H. Bign. 
F. £. WiIHama. 
Chas. L. Chittenon. 
Guy Laverty. 
John A. Dariea. 
Befer to Creighton. 
Martin (John C) A Bockea (T. H.). 
A. W. Crites $ C72) A Sona (E. D. $ '08 and 
L. O. PfeiiFer. [Frederick A. § '13). 

A. C. Bpperaon A Son. 
A. M. Post (»70). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 246. 
Befer to Lexington* 



W. A. Meaerre ('95). 
Brown § (Balph D., 
Befer to StookTille. 
S. F. Fmm. 
Hastinga A Conf al. 
Befer to Fremont. 
Befer to Lexington. 
Befer to Fairfield. 
O. E. Bozarth. 
Befer to Stookville. 
Befer to O'Neill. 
Befer to Genera. 
It Use Western Union Telegraph Code. 



'01) A Venrick (Glenn 
[N., '06). 



Im corre^patUUnfff menHon Habbell^s. It pramaie9 9erphe* 



106 



ATTOBMJSyS IM NE6BA8KA. 



PLAOB. 


OOUITTT. 


Falrbury.* 


Jefferson. 


Tturfield, 


Clay. 


Fairmont. 


Fillmore. 


Falla City.* 
Fremont.* 


Kichardaon. 


I>odge. 


Friend. 


Saline. 


FuUerton.* 


Nanoe. 


Gandy.* 
Geneva.* 


Losran. 
Fillmore. 


Genoa. 


Nance. 


Gering.* 


Scott's Blnff. 


Gibbon. 


Rnffalo. 


Gk>rdon. 


Sheridan. 


Gothenbniv. 
Grand Island.* 


Dawson. 


Hall. 


Grant.* 


Perkins. 


Greeley.* 


Greeley. 
NaokoilB. 


Hardy. 


Hamsbnn:.* 
Uarrinon.* 


Banner. 


Sioax. 


Uartington.* 


Cedar. 


Uarvara. 


Clay. 


Hastings.* 


Adams. 


Haves Center.* 
Hebron.* 


Hayes. 


Thayer. 
Phelps. 


Holdrege,* 


Hooper. 


Dodgre. 


Humboldt. 


Richardson. 


Hyannis.* 


Grant. 


Imperial.* 
Inaianola. 


Chase. 


Red Waiow. 


Kearney.* 


Buffalo. 


Kenesaw. 


Adams. 


Kimball.* 


Kimball. 


Lebanon. 


Red VViUow. 


Lexmgton.* 


Dawson. 



KAMBS OF ATTOBirSTS. 

Charles H. Denney. 

See Card in Appendix, page 247. 
Use Tibbets, Morey, Fuller A Tibbeti of 
Refer to Geneva. [Hastangs. 

C. F. Reavis. 
George L. Loomis. 

See Tjard in Appendix ^ page 247. 
R. M. Proudfit 5 ('92). 
J. Hi Kemp. 
Refer to North Platte. 
C. H. Sloan. 
Refer to Fnllerton. 
Wm. W. White J ('92). 
Refer to Kearney. 
Refer to RnshyiUe. 
Refer to Lexington. 
Horth § (Ralph R., *86) & Ryan { 

(Chas. 0.» '85). 

See Card in Ajapendix^ page 247. 
Refer to StockvuTe. 
James R. Swain. 
Refer to Nelson. 
Refer to Sidney. 
F. S. Baker. 

B. Ready. 

H. G. Welienseiok. 

Tibbets (George W.. »78), Morey § 

(Charles P., '82). Fuller § (Philip H., 

%) ^ Tibbets (R. M., '08). 

See Card in Appendix, poge 248. 
Refer to Impenal. 

C. L. Richards («84). 
W. P. Hall. 

Refer to Fremont. 

I. £. Smith. 

Refer to Alliance. 

P. W. Scott § ('86), 

H. W. Keyes. 

Warren Pratt § ('83). Cable Ad. Pratt 

See Card in Appendix^ page 247. 
Refer to Hastings. 
James A. Rodman § ('13). 
Refer to McCook. 
Geo. C. Gillan § ('87). 



LINCOLN.* Lavgasteb County. Pop. 47,000. 

Anderson A Baylor, Richards Block. 

Se^ Card in Appendix, page 249. [Bldf. 

Burkett ('ft3), Wilson ('81) A Brown C96), Suite 802 First Nat. Bit 
General civil pracHre, CorponUion and Vont'cH Lato given epeeial attention. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 250. 
Field, Rlcketts ('72) & Rlcketto ('99), 405-8 Richards Block. 
Refer to an^ bnnh in JAncoln. 
See Card m Appendix, page 251. 
Gelst hardt, Step hen L. § ('87), 407-408-429 Bankers Life Bids. 

Schmidt, A. C. 
Real Relate, Corporation and Probate Law. Colleetione. Depoeitione taken. 

See Card in Appendix, page 249. 
Strode rm) A Beffhtol ('10), 503-521 Bankers Life Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 251. 
WllUams, Richard O. ('93), Suite 924 Tenmnal Baildin^. 

See Card in Appendix, page 251. 



Lonp City.* 
McCook.* 



Sherman. 
Red Willow. 



R. H. Matthew. 

£ldred, Cordeal & McCarL 

C. E. Eldred § ('91). 
J. F. Cordeal ('98). 
J. R. McCarl ('03), 
Ritchie § (Chas. D., '05) A Wolff § (F. L., '04). 
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ATTORNEYS IN NEBRASKA. 



107 



PLAOB. 

fiCadkon* 

Meadow Gxore. 

MimiBiL* 

Mullen.* 

Nebnaka City.* 

Neligh.* 

Nelson.* 

Nemaha. 

Niofaraca. 

Nocfolk. 

North Bend. 

North Platte.* 

Oakdale. 

OdeU. 

Ogallala.* 



COUKTY. 

BiadiBon. 
Madison. 



Hooker. 

Otoe. 

Antelope. 

Nnckolls. 

Nemaha. 

Knox. 

Madiaon. 

Dodge. 

Lincoln. 

Antelope. 

Oaee. 

KeTOi. 



irAHES OF ATTOBKBTS. 

M. B. Foster. 

Refer to Norfolk. 

Lewis G. Paulson. 

Refer to Broken Bow. 

W. W. WiLion § C96). 

O. A. Williams § ('87). 

H. H. Mauck. 

Refer to Anbnm. 

Refer to Greiirhtan. [R^ >12). 

Mapes § (Bnrt, '88} A McFarland § (Walter 

Refer to Fremont. 

Beeler § (J. G.. '91) & Crosby § (M. £., '03). 

Refer to Neligh. 

Refer to Beatrice. 

L. A. Deyoe. 



OMAHA.* Douglas Couvtt. Pop. 124,096. 

Abbott (Lysle I.) A RftF J. Abbott. 1021 W. O. W. B% . 

Baldrlge & Keller, 432-441 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Qmieral Praetitse, Corporation and Jnguranetf Law and Cotn- 
ntereiai IdUgaHon. The trial of Cattes, the eettletnent of 
Metatee mmd the Intereete of Foreign Heire given epeeiai at- 
tention, CoUeeUon and Bankruptcy JDepartn^ent in OffLee* 
See Card in Appendix, page 252. 
Battelle^ Chaa., 40^^-406 MoCfague Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 252. 
Brogan & Ray mondL 1300 flrat Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Fabro. 
Brogan, Francis A. ('60-*85). 
Baymond, Anan ('jOO-'lS). 
Brown, Baxter ('88) A Van Dusen § ('90), 648-652 Omaha Nat. BIe 
Bldg. Cable Ad. Baxvan. 
Jittomeye ptr BuUtnan Co. and Interetate Botei Co, 
See Cora in Appendix^page 252. 
iConoDOH, Isaac £./Fir8t National Bank Building. 
Crof ooty Scott & Fraaer $, 637-643 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 253. 
Crof oot, L. F. Scott, £. H. 

Fraaer, W.C. 
De Bord, Fradenburg A Van Orsdel, Snite 601-606 Keeline Bldg. 
Contmereiai Praetice, Settlements, Collectlone, Bankrupted, JEetatee. 
Att'ye for R. Q, J^n Jt Co,; Fairbanhe, Morne Jb Co.: Credit 
(faring Roueei The CadiUae Co,f National Vnion Fire Ins, Co,; 
Arnutur A Co,t Swift A Co. Befer to V, 5. Nat, Bank, Omaha, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 253. 
Gnrley & Fltcb, 1429-1436 City National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix ^ page 254. 
JelTerls ('93) & Tnnlson J} (*08), Suite 1211 Woodmen of the Wo^ld Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 253. 

Klnsler, James 0., Room 648 Brandeia Bldg., Sixteenth <fe Douelaa 

See Card in Appendix, page 254. [Sta. 

McGllton. Oalnes & Smith, Suite 1002-10 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 254. [Ad. Qllton.U 

McHugh, WUllam D., 1^30 Firat National Bank Bldg. 

Eae-^udqe United States District Court, 
Maboney A Kennedy, 1503-11 City National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page.2BR. 
Montgomery. Hall A Youns, 619-629 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. 
A^ttomeafs for Marshall Field S Co,, Chicago f Amer^ 
iean Surety Co,, Globe Indemnity Co,, Ifew York, 
Montflu>mery, Carroll S. ('51-'72). 
HaiVMatthew A, C62-'88). 
Yonng, Raymond G. ('85-'06 ). 

Uoaaman, Harland I.. ('83-'09). 
Nolan & Woodland, 10(MHS4 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 255. 
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108 



PLAOB. 

O'NeUl.* 

Old.* 

Orleam. 

OmsoU.* 

Odikoth.* 

Overton. 

Papillion.* 

Pawnee City.* 

Pender.* 

Plepoe.* 

Pilger. 

Plattemonth.* 

PleaeutHiU. 

Ponca.* 

Redaood.* 

Re^oblioan Citj. 

RimngCity'. 

Riveiton. 

Rnlo. 

Rnehville.* 

St. Helena. 

St. Piinl.* 

Schuyler.* 

Sootia. 

Sootti Bloff. 

Soribner. 

Seward.* 

Sidney.* 

Snyder. 

South Qmalka. 

Sprinflrview.* 

Stanton.* 

StockTille* 

Stromsborg. 

Stuart. 

Sumner. 

Superior. 

Sutton. 

Synouse. 

Table Rook. 

Taylor.* 

Tecnmaeh.* 

Tekamah.* 

Thedford.* 

TUden. 

Tobiaft. 

Trenton.* 

Tryon.* 

Ulyisee. 

Valentine.* 

Valparaiso. . 

Veraigris. 

Wahoo.* 

WakeEeld. 

Walthill. 

Wayne.* 

Weeping Water. 

Weet Point.* 

Wilber.* 

Willow Island. 

Winnebago. 

Wisner. 

Wood River. 

Wymore, 

York.* 



ATTORNEYS IN NEBRASKA. 



OOUHTT. 

Holt. 

VaUey. 

Harlan. 

Polk. 

Garden. 

Dawson. 

Sarpy. 

Pawnee. 

Tnnrston. 

Pieroe. 

Stanton. 

Cass. 

Saline. 

Dixon. 

Webster. 

Harlan. 

Butler. 

Franklin. 

RichardMm. 

Sheridan. 

Cedar. 

Howard. 

Colfax. 

Greeley. 

Sootts Bluff. 

Dodge. 

Seward. 

Cherenna. 

Dodge. 

Dongas. 

Keya Paha. 

Stanton. 

Frontier. 

Polk. 

Holt. 

Dawson. 

NuckoUs. 

CUy. 

Otoe. 

Pawnee. 

Loup. 

Johnson. 

Burt. 

Thomas. 

Madison. 

Saline. 

Hitoheook. 

Mcpherson. 

Butler. 

Cherrv. 

Saunders. 

Knox. 

Saunders. 

Dixon. 

Thurston. 

Wayne. 

vfSBS. 

Cuming. 

Saline. 

Dawson. 

Thurston. 

Cuming. 

Hall. 

Gage. 

York. 



Use Western 



Jfi eorrespandingt mention 



BAMBs OP ATTOBannra. 

J. A. Donohoe § ('06). 

£. P. Clements. 

Refer to Alma. 

Mills ABeebe. 

Refer to Bridgeport. 

Refer to Lexington. 

Refer to Omaha. 

Barton A Barton. 

C. L. Day. 

Refer to Norfolk. 

Refer to Stanton. 

C. A. Rawls § CM). 

Refer to Crete. 

J. J. McCarthy. 

L. H. Blackledgs. 

Refer to Alma. 

Refer to Darid City. 

Refer to Bloomington. 

Refer to Falls City. 

J. H. Edmnnds § (*86). 

Refer to Hartington. ['17). 

Taylor { (FraS J., '90) A Spikes (Wm. F. 

B. F. Farrell. 
Refer to Greeley. 
Morrow A Morrow. 
Refer to JPYomont. 
Refer to Lincoln. 
James L. Mcintosh { (*91). 
Refer to Fremont. 
Refer to Omaha. 

Lear (C. E., '80) A Lear (F., \)9. 

George A. Eberly § ('02). 

L. H. Cheney. 

V. E. Wilson. 

Refer to CNeill. 

Refer to Lexington. 

J. H. Agee § ClO). 

Refer to Clay Center. 

Refer to Nebraska City* 

Refer to Pawnee City. 

A. S. Moon ('86). 

Hugh La Master. 

W.M. Hopewell. 

Refer to Broken Bow. 

Refer to Norfolk. 

Refer to WUber. 

Refer to MoCook. 

Refer to North Platte. 

Refer to Dayid City. 

John M. Tucker § COS). 

Refer to Wahoo. 

Refer to Creighton. 

Chas. H. Slama § ('9i). 

Refer to Dakota. 

Refer to Pender. 

A. R. DaTis $ ('01). 

C. £. Tefft. 

O. C. Anderson. 

Bartos $ (F. W.,'00) A Bartos (Stanley, *07). 
Refer to Lexington. 
Refer to Pender. 
Refer to West Point. 
Refer to Grand Island. 
£. N. Kaufman. [(Mertoa, '82). 

Power (Frederick C, '80) A Meeker 
Union Telegraph Code. 

HubbeU's. It promofes «erH0tu 



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ATTOSNETS IN NEVADA. 



109 



ATTOENETS IN NEVADA. 

Capital^ GABflOK Grrr. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 8. 



City/ 



Goldfield.* 



egas.* 



convrr* 
Lander. 
OrmBby. 
Lyon. 
Elko. 

White Fine. 
Eureka. 
Chnrohill. 
Donglas. 
Efmeralda. 
Mineral. 
Clark. 
Linoohi. 



VAMEB or ATTOBHXTB. 

A. J. Maestretti. 

Piatt ^amnel, '06) A Sanford { (Geo. L., '98). 

JohnLothrop. 

Charles B. Hendetaon. 

Chandler A Qnayle. 

N. P. Morgan. 

A. L. Hwht § C06). 

Refer to CarBon City. 

Benj. J. Henley §m). 

Refer to Cazaon City. ['80). 

Breeze § (C D., '12) & Bennett (Edmon Q., 

William £. Qrr. 



RBNO.* Wasrob Comrrr. Pop. 10,867. 

IHarwood, Cole L. ('88). Cable Ad. Matwood. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 2Q6. 



Bhyofite. 
Tonopah.* 
"" "^^^City.* 



Nye. 

Nye. 

Storey. 

HmnDoldt. 

Lyon. 



Refer to (^dfield. 
WilUam Forman § (' 
Gbay Waiihbum. 
L. Q. Campbell. 
Refer to Dayton. 



ATTORNEYS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Capital^ CoKOOBD. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page S. 



Berlin Falk. 



Chtt^eatown. 



CoileliTook. 
Coneord.* 



Conway. 




oouinnr. 

Sllsboro. 
Merritnack. 
Hillflboro. 
Grafton. 

COOB. 

Coos. 

Grafton. 

€^fton. 

SuIIiTan. 

Sullivan. 

Coos. 

Merrimack. 



Carroll. 

Rockingham. 

Strafford. 

Rockingham. 

Rockingham. 

Strafford. 

Hillfeboro. 



XAMEfl OF ATTOaHWS, 

Refer to Milford. 
Refer to Franklin. 
Refer to Peterboro. 
Refer to Plymouth. 
Rich & Marble. 
Refer to Berlin. 
I. A. Chase. 
Refer to Lebanon. 
Refer to Claremont. 
Henry S. Richardson. 
T. F. Johneon. 

||STBBB9BR(FBAincS., *75), DSMOKD (FbBD 
C.)t WOODWORTH (EdWABD K.) A SULLO- 

WAT (Frank J.). 
Robert W. Upton §. 

iSee Citrd in Appendix^ page 255. 
Refer to North Convey. 
Bartlett A GHnnell. ['01). 

Hnghes JJGeorge T., '96) A Doe { (Robert, 
Refir to £zeter. [(Perley, '01). 

Eastman, Soammon $ (John, '08) A Gardner ( 
Samnel S. Parker § ('00). 
Refer to Peterboro. 



t Compiler of our Synopsis of the Laws of Nevada. 
tt Compilers of our Synopsis of the Laws of New Hampshire. 
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ATTORNEYS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



PLAOB. 


COUNTY. 


Franklin. 


Merrimack. 


Gorham. 


Coos. 


Gbeenyille. 


Hillsboro. 


Hampton. 


Rockingham 


Hanover. 


Grafton. 


Haverhill. 


Grafton. 


HillsboTO. 


Hillsboro. 


Hinsdale. 


Cheshire. 


Keene.* 


Cheshire. 


Laconia.* 


Belknap. 


Lancaster.* 


Coos. 


Lebanon. 


Grafton. 


Lisbon. 


Grafton. 


Littleton. 


Grafton, 



NAMES OF ATTOKNET8. 



E. G. § ('74) A E. W. Leach § ('04). 
J. F. Libby. 
Refer to Nashna. 



Refer to Portsmouth. 

Refer to Lebanon. 

Refer to Woodaville. 

Holman <& Smith. 

Refer to Keene. 

Charles H. Hersey ('72). 

IteferM to Citizens* Jfattonal Bank. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 255. 

Stephen S. Jewett ( ('80). 
See Card in Appendix, page 257. 

Drew (Irving WJ, Shurtleff § (Merrill), Mor- 
ris § (George F.) <& Oakes § (En C). 

G. £. Hibbard. 

G. W. Pike. 

Harry Bingham § ('87). 



MAlfCHESTEB.* Hillsbobo County. Pop. 76,000. 

[Bank Bldg. 
Jones § rsS), Warren § ('89), Wilson § ('97), A Mamiing § ('98), Amoskeag 
Attorneys for Amosheftg Nat, Banh; Boston A Maine Baiiroadf 
Manchester Stree$ Baiiwayand Metropolitan Life Ins* Co* 
Jones, Edwin F. Warren, George H. 

Wilson, Allan M. Manning, Robert L. 

Taggart, Wyman, McLane A Starr, Merchants Bank Bldg. 
General I^raetioe* Contested Litigation, Corporation, 
InsuroMoe and Jt*robate Law* Mefer to any Bank, 
Taggart, David A. Wyman, Lonis £. 

MoLane, John R. Starr, William J. 

Thorp & Abbot^ Suite 907 Amoskeag Bank Bldg. 
General Civil Practire. Befer to any Bank* 
Thorp, L. Ashton § ('02). 
Abbott, Lee C. § ('05). 

Dearborn, Samuel J. § ('09). 



Meredith. 
Milford. 
Milton. 
Nashua.* 

New Ipswich. 

New Market. 

Newport.* 

North Conway. 

Orford. 

Ossipee.* 

Penacook. 

Peterboro. 

Pittsfield. 

Pljrmouth. 

Portsmouth. 

Raymond. 

Rochester. 

Rye. 

Salmon Falls. 

Sanbomville. 

Somersworth. 

Snncook. 

Tilton. 

Walpole. 

Warner. 

Wentworth. 

West Ossipee. 

Whitefield. 

WUton. 

Winchester. 

Wolfboro. 

Woodsville.* 



Refer to Laconia. 
Kittredge & Presoott. 
Refer to Somersworth. 
Robert A. French. § 

See Card in Appendix^ pdge 257. 
Refer to Peterboro. 
Refer to Exeter. 
Jesse M. Barton. 
W. D. H. Hill § ('98). 
Refer to Lebanon. 
W. D. H. Hill. 
W. G. Buxton ('81). 
James F. Brennan § ('84). Cable Ad. 

Arthur Cotton. [Quobronnan. 

Walter M. Flint 5 ('03). 
Chas. H. Batchelder. 
Refer to Exeter. 
Leslie P. Snow. 
Refer to Portsmouth. 
Refer to Somersworth. 
Refer to Ossipee. 
Mathews & Stevens. 
Refer to Concord. 
W. B. Fellows. 
Refer to Keene. 
Refer to Concord. 
Refer to Plymouth. 
Refer to Ossipee. 
E. M. Bowker. 
Refer to Milford. 
Refer to Keene. 
Refer to Ossipee. 
R. U. Smith. 
Union Telej^rapta Code. 

In corresponding f mention Hubbell^s. It promotes $ert4e$* 



Belknap. 
HilUboro. 
Strafford. 
.Hillsboro. 

Hillsboro. 

Rockingham. 

Sullivan. 

Carroll. 

Grafton. 

Carroll. 

Merrimack. ' 

Hillsboro. 

Merrimack. 

Grafton. 

Rockingham. 

Rockingham. 

Strafford. 

Rookinghatti. 

Strafford. 

Carroll. 

Strafford. 

Merrimack. 

Belknap. 

Cheshire. 

Merrimack. 

Grafton. 

Carroll. 

Coos. 

Hillsboro. 

Cheshire. 

Carroll. 

Grafton. 

I lUse Western 



ATTORNEYS IN NEW JERSEY. 



Ill 



ATTORNEYS IN NEW JERSEY. 

Capital^ Trenton. 
For information concerniog Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACK. 

Absecon. 
ABbory Park. 



COUNTY. 

Atlantic. 
Monmouth. 



' NAMES OF ATTOBNEYS. 

Refer to Atlantic City. 
Dorand, Ivius <& Carton. 



ATLANTIC CITY. Atlantic County. Pop. 51,667. 

Bolte, Sooy <& Gill, 21-22-23-24 Law fildg. Cable Ad. Boltesoov. 
Clevenger, William M. ('94), 615 Bartlett Bldgr. 
Goidenberg, Clarence L., Tenn. <& Atlantic Aves. 

See Cava in Appendix^ page 257. 
Slack, John B. § 099), Suite 444 Guarantee Trust Bldg. 

General Cirii Pt'artiee, 
Thompson <& Smathers, Real Estate & Law Bldg. 
Thompson, Jos. § ('78). 
Smathers, Frank ('04). 
Wootton, Harcourt & Steelman, 1 South Tennessee Ave. 
Cotntnereialf Probate, Insurance and Municipal practice, 
Wootton, Harry § ('92). Harcourt, Ralph ('12). 

Steelmau, Hiram ('15). 



Bayonne (City of). 

BeUeviUe. 

Belridere.* 

Bergen Point. 

Blooonfield. 

Boonton. 

Bordentown. 

Boond Brook. 

Brldi^eton.* 



Bnrlington. 



Hudson. 

Essex. - 

Warren. 

Hudson. 

Essex. 

Morris. 

Buriington. 

Somerset. 

Cnmberland. 



Burlington. 



Refer to Jersey City. 
Andrew L. Boylan ('04). 
George M. Shipman. 
Refer to Bayonne. 
Refer to Newark. 
Frank H. Pierce ('06). 
John H. Hutchinson § ('03). 
Refer to Somerville. 
J. Hampton Flthlan ('95). 

Itefei*» to Cutntprrland Nat* Bank or 
Ifridgeton yat. Bank, 
Ernest Watts. 



CAMDBN.* Camden County. Pop. 94,538. 

French ('76) & Richards ('92), 106 Market St. 
Refer to Camden Safe. Deposit and Trust Co, 

See Card in Appendix, page 258. 
Wilson ('98) & Carr § ('97), S. W. cor. Fourth & Market Sts. 

^6 Card in Appendix, page 258. 



Cape May. 

CUnton. 

Crauburj. 

Dorer. 

East Orange. 

Elizabeth.* 



Cape May. 

Hunterdon. 

Middlesex. 

Morris. 

Essex. 

Union. 



J. M. E. Hildreth. 
Johnson V. Aller. 
John V. B. Wicoff. 
Lyman M. Smith ('01). 
Fredericlc P. Schenck. 
See Card in Appendix, page 
^ H. Gllhooly (73). 



295. 



Elmer. 
Englewood. 

m.* 
Freebofd.* 
Fxenchtown. 
Olaasboro. 
Gkweester City. 

Gattenberg* 
Hackensack.* 



AtVy for Kllxabethport Banking Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 259. 
C. McK. Whittemore ('97). 
General praettee in all courts. 

See Card in Appendix, page 259. 
Refer to Salem. 
F. Hamilton Reeve §. 

Geo. H. Large. [(Peter, '9,"i), 

Vredenburgh (Wm. H., '62) & Vredenhurgh § 
H. J. Able. 

S. Huntlev Beckett ('11). 
Refer to Uamden. 
Refer to Jersey City. 
Marlnus Contant ('09). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 257. 
II Use Western Union Telegraph Code. 



Salem. 

Bergen. 

Hunterdon. 

Monmouth. 

Hunterdon. 

Gloucester. 

Camden. 

Hudson. 

Bergen. 



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ATTORNEYS IN NEW JERSEY. 



PI^AOB. 



Hackettstown. 
Uammonton. 
Hifirhtstown. 
Uoboken. 



IryiDgton. 



COUKTY. 

Wairon. 
Atlantic. 
Mercer. 
Hudson. 



Essex. 



KAMSB OF ATTOSKXTB. 

Clande £. Cook. 
Refer to Atlantic City. 
Aaron V. Daws. 

BessoB. Alexander & Stevens. 
Counsel for Uobttketi Land and Improvement Co. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 259. 
Charles H. Stewart ('96j, 51 Braen Ave. 



JERSEY CITY.» Hudson Countt. Pop. 267,779. 

Collins A Cyorbin, 243 Washington St. Cable Ad. Colcor.|| 

Sm Card in Appendix^ page 260. 
Collins, Gilbert. Hughes, Charles B. 

Hobart, George S. Corbin, Clement K. 

Bradley, C harle s B. B ain, K ob ert J. 

Corbin, Charles E. Newton, Dayid A. 

Condict ('77), Condict ('90) & Boardman ('00), 15 Exchange Place. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 260. [Cable Ad. Concfictlaw.ll 

Dear, Arthur T., 15 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. Ardear.U 

See Card in Appendix, pa^ 259. 
Drayton, Albert 1., 15 Exchange PUce. 

See Card in Appendix, page 260. 
Hartshorne, Inslev & Leake, 239 Washington St. 

Counsel for Provident Institntion for Savings in tfersey City, 
Hew Yorh Jt Texas Steamship Co,, Tr^tst Contpany of ^euf 
Jersey, Jte» General Prartice, Collection J>epartment, 
Hartshorne, Charles H. ('72). Leake, Eucene W. § ('98). 
Insley, Earle ('82). Vreeland, Charles M. ('90). 

Hlggins, l^^iik J. COO), 15 Exchange Place. 
Special attention to Collections, Commercial Litigation and JtanJb* 
ruptey Law, Prompt remittances, Jtefers to Cotnmercial Trust Co. 
See Card in Appendix, page 2fi0. [Cable Ad. Mottder. 

McDermott & Enrich t, 75 Montgomery St., 403-409 Union Tmst Bldg. 
McDermott, Frank P. ('75). Knrlght, John Mulford ('97). 

Carpenter, James P. , Jr. 

Klchnianu. Meyer. 
Roe ('73) & Tompkins TOD), 15 Exchange Plaoe. 

See Card in Appendix, page 261. 
Runyon & Autenrieth^ 15 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. Roerun.U 
See Card in Appendix^ page 2f51. 

Runyon, Henry W. ('99). Antenrieth, Joseph F. ('09). 
Johnson, Edmund S. ('09). 
Treacy & Milton, 15 JExchange Place. 

Treacy, John J. Milton, John. 

Treacy , Ben jamin. 

Ridley, John L.~~ McGulnness, Joseph H., Jr. 
Flanifl^an, Joliu G. 
Van Buskirk, William^ § 15 Excliange Place. Cable Ad. Vanbuskirk.1) 

See Card in Appendix, page 261. 
Vredenburgfh^ Wall & Carey, 1 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 261. [Vrewacar.ll 



Kevport. 

Lakewood. 

Lambertville. 

Long Branch. 

Manasquan. 

Matawan, 

Mays Landing.* 

Medford. 

MillyiUe. 

Montclalr. 

Moorestown. 
Morris town.* 



Monmouth. 

Ocean. 

Hunterdon. 

Monmoutli. 

Monmouth. 

Monmouth. 

Atlantic. 

Burlington. 

Cumberland. 

Essex. 

Burlington. 
Morris. 



(I Use Western 

In eorrespandingf mention 



Ackerson & Ackerson. 

Harry E. Newman. 

Edgar W. Hunt § ('03). 

Wm. A. Stevens. 

Benj. B. Pearce ('96). 

John P. Lloyd. 

Refer to Atlantic City. 

Refer to Mount Holly. 

J. Roy Oliver. 

Edwin B. ('83) & Philip Goodell § ('08). 

See Card in Appendix, page 262. 
George B. Evans. 
Joseph Hinohman § ('83). 
King ('92) & VoRt COO). 

See Card in Appendix, page 262. 
Union Telegraph Code. 

Hubbell's. It promotes service. 



ATTORNETS IN K£W JERSEY. 



118 



PLAOB. 

Hon6iiiisr6« 
MoontHoUy.* 



oouirxT. 

Bergen. 
BuruDgton. 



NAMES OF ATT0BNEY8. 

Robert W. Thompson. 
Geo. M. Hillman. 



NEWARK.* Essex County. Pop. 366,721. 

Barrett f 78) & Barrett ('05), 516, 517, 518, & 519 Prudential Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 262. 
Burnett, Cornish & Sorg, 810 Broad St. Cable Ad. Burcorn.O 

See Card in Appendix, page 262. 

Burnett, D. Frederick § ('04). 

Cornish, Gilbert M. § ('04). 

Sor«r» H. Theodore § ('12). 
Child § ('01) & Gilmour, Rooms 814-815 Kinney BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 262. 
Church & Harrison, 810 Broad St. 

See Card in Appendix, pane 263. 

Chnreh, Alonzo ('98). HarrUoo, J. H. ('04). 
Roehe, Anguste, Jr. ('06). 

Vail, C. Wallace ('17). 
Colby, Whiting & Moore, Essex Building. 
See Card in Appendix, pctge 263. 
Colby, Everett. Whiting, Burden D. 

Moore, Ira C, Jr. 

Jeffreys, W. Furney. 
Colie (Edward M. & Bunyon), 763 Broad St. 

Colie, Edward M. 

Colie, Runyon. [Ad. Cosmi.ll 

Coult ('61) & Smith ('04), 307-311 Prudential Bldg., 7a5 Broad St. Cable 
Aifameyafor Board of Trtule, Refer to any Bank* 

See Card in Appendix, page 263. 
Day, Day, Smith & Slingerland, 535-538 Prudential Bldg. 

Day, Edward A. ('76). 

Day, WUliam T. ('77). 

Smith, Frederic W. 

Sllngerland, Archibald F. § ('05). 
Harris, Albert W. ('Ol)j 732 Prudential Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 263. 
liambert ('80) & Stewart ('96), 1010-1012 Union Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 263. 
Lindabury, Depue A Faulks, Prudential Bldg. 

Lindabury, Richard V. Faulks, Frederic J. 

Tw inin g , Kins ley. A shmead. J. Edward. 

TamsTJames E. M. Paul, Randolph E. 

Barker Walter D. 
Untott ('80), Kahrs ('01) & Young ('04), National State Bank Bldg. 

See Card in ^pendix, page 264. 
liUm, Tamblyn & Colyer, Firemen's Insurance Bldg. 

Lum. Charles M. Colyer, Morrison C. 
Tamblyn, Egl>ert J. Lum, Ralph E. 
Lum, Ernest C. 

Landmesser, Chas. F. Wachenfeld, W. A. 
KeUey, Prank S. 
McCarter & English, Prudential Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 2(>4. 
McCarter, Robert H. English, Conoyer. 
McCarter, George W. C. Egner. A rthur F. 

Studer, Augustus C, Jr. 
Parker (Cortlandt and Wayne), Prudential Building. Cable Ad. 
Parker, Chauncey G. [Cortwayne. 

Emery, John M. 
Parker, R. W ayne, Special Counsel. 

Van Riper, W. D. 
Pitney, Hardin A Skinner, Rooms 701-5 Prudential Building. 
See Card in Appendix, page 264. 

Pitney, John O. H. ('84). Hardin, John R. ('84). 

Skinner, Alfred F. ('86). Morgan, William L. ('04). 

Newark continued on next page. 

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ATTORNEYS IN NEW JERSEY. 



NEWARK.* Essex County. — Continued. 

Rajrmond, Mountain, Van Blarcom & Marsh, 810 Broad St. 
General Practicif, Coi'voration, Cofntnereial, and InBuranee Law. 
See Card in Appenaiz, page 265. 
Uaymond, Tnomas Ij. Cm), 
Mountain, Warrall F. ('04). 
Van Blarcom, Andrew C02). 
Marsh. Theodore McCurdy ('07). 
Riker & Rlker, Rooms 701-711 Lawyers Building. 
AttovncyB for Merrhants' Kaiionaf Ranh, 

Riker, Adrian. Frazer, Spaulding. 

Pollard, George S. Badgley, Theodore J. 

Hartshorne, Rloliard. 
Stlckel, Bostwick & Naughright, a06-307 Prudential Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 2()4. 



PLACK. COUNTY. 

New Brun8wicl£.*Middlesex. 



Newton.* 
North Bergen. 
Ocean Beach. 
Oceiin Grove. 
Orange. 
Passaic. 



Sussex. 

Hudson. 

Monmouth. 

Monmouth. 

Essex. 

Passaic. 



NAMES OF ATTORNEYS. 

Clifford I. Voorhees. 

See Card in Appendix,^ page 264. 
Theodore Simonson § (*76). 
Refer to Jersey (Hty. 
Refer to Asbury Park. 
Refer to Asbury Park. 
Howei (Wm. Bead) <& Davis § (Thos. A.). 
Use Horton & Tilt. 

(JPaterson, N. J.) 

See Card in Appendix, page 266. 



PATERSON.* Passaic County. Pop. 125,600. 

Horton & Tilt, 518, 519, 520, 521. & 522 United Bank Bldg. 
Commercial Law and Collectiofis. 



Perth Amboy. 

Phillijpsburg. 

Plninneld. 

Princeton. 

Railway. 

Red Bank. 



Ridge wood. 
Rockaway. 
Rutherford. 
Salem.* 

Somerville.* 
Summit. 
Sussex. 
Tom^s River.* 



See Card in Appendix, page 266. 



Middlesex. 

Warren. 

Union & Somerset. 

Mercer. 

Union. 

Monmouth. 



Bergen. 
Morris. 
Bergen. 
Salum. 



Somerset. 
Union. 
Sussex. 
Ocean. 



Adrian Lyon. 

O. D. McConnel § ('95). 

William Newcom. 

Wm. C. Vandewater § Cll). [(David, '08). 

Hver § (Frederick C, '96) & Armstrong § 

Alston Beekman ('03). 
Jfefera to Red Rank Trttst Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 267. 

Cornelius Doremus. 

Refer to Morristown. 

Luce & Kipp. 

T. G. HiUiard ('98). 

Attorney for City Kational Bank* 

H. K. Qaston (^81). 

A. L. De Coster. 

H. C. Hunt. 

David A. Veeder. 



TRENTON.* Mebcrr County. Pop. 103,190. 

Dickinson & Bodlne, Mechanics Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 267. 
Hutcliinson & Hutclilnson, Snito 817 Broad Street Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 267. [Cable Ad. Bellangee. 

Hutchinson, Barton B. 

Hutchinson, Charles Percy. 
{Katzenbach, Frank S., Jr., 912-915 American Mechanics Bldg. 
General Civil Practice, 

See Card in Appendix, page 267. 
Lowthorp, Francis C, 147 E. State St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 268. 
Wicoff & Lanning, Mechanics' Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Wicoff.li 

See Card in Appendix, page 2()8. 

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ATTORNEYS IN NEW JERSEY. 



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PLACB. 

Union (Town of). 

Union HiU. 

Vineland. 

Waahii^^n. 

Weehawken. 

Westfield. 

West Hoboken. 

West New York. 
Woodbridge. 
Woodbury.* 
Woodrtown. 



COUHTT. 

Hndson, 

Union. 

CumberUnd. 

Warren. 

Hudson. 

Union. 

Hudson. 

Hudson. 
Middlesex. 
Glonoester. 
Salem. 



NAMES OF ATTOBKEYB. 

Refer to West HobolLen. 

Charles C. Colgan. ['16). 

Alvord § (Henry S., '83) & Tuso § (Thos. G.. 

Refer to Hackettstown. 

Refer to West Hoboken. ['96). 

Coddingr (Chas. N., '95) & Oliver (Paul Q., 

Albert Leuly. 

-See Card in Avpendix^ page 268. 
Refer to West Huboken. 
J. H. T. Martin, Jr. 
Joseph J. Summerill ('87). 
E. S. Fogg § ('71). 



ATTORNEYS IN NEW MEXICO. 



Capital, Santa F^. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACE. 

Alamogordo.* 

A]ba<|uerque.* 

Artena. 

Aztec.* 

Belen. 

BenudiUo.* 

Capitan. 

Carlsbad.* 

Carrizozo. 
Clayton.* 
CIoTis,* 
Deming.* 



COU>TY. 

Otero. 

Bemalillo. 

Eddy. 

San Juan. 

Videnda. 

Sandoval. 

Lincoln. 

Eddy. 

Lincoln. 
Union. 
Curry. 
Luna. 



East Las Vegas. San MigueL 



NAMES OK ATTORNEYS. 

Bdwin Mechem. 

See Card in Appendix, page 268. 
Neill B. Field. 
Refer to Carlsbad. 
Wm. A. Palmer § ('03). 
Refer to Albuquerque. 
Refer to Albuquerque. 
Refer to Lincoln. 
S. D. Stennis, Jr. § and Dover Phillips. 

See Card in Appendix, page 209. 
Geoi^e B. Baker. 

O. P. Easterwood ('02). ['10). 

Patton (ILirry L., '97) & Bratton (Sam. S., 
A. W. PoDardJ ('01). 
Charles W. G. Ward. 



Ettaacia.* 
Fort Sumner, 
(xallnp.* 
HiJlsboro.* 
Las Graces.* 
LasVens.i' 



(P. O. East Las Veqas.) 
Liocoln .* ^ '• mrtTki 

Los Lonas.* 
MesiUa. 
Mo».» 
Portales.* 
Pnerta de Luna. 
Raton.* 



Torrance. 
Guadaloupe. 
McKinley. 
Sierra. 
DoAa Afia. 
San Miguel.' 



AU'y Plata. Batik. Er-JHst, AWy Commercial Dept. 



Roswell.* 
Santa Fel* 



Lincoln. 

Valencia. 

DoSIa Afia. 

Mora. 

Roosevelt. 

Guadaloupe. 

Colfax. 

Chaves. 



Refer to Albuquerque. 
Thomas M. Noble. § 
A. T. Hannett § ('11). 
H. A. Wolford. 
Toung & Young. 
Refer to East Las Vegas. 

Refer to Carrizozo. 

Refer to Albuquerque. 

Refer to Las Cmces. 

Refer to East Las Vegas. 

G. L. Reese. 

Refer to East Las Vegas: ['12). 

Crarapton § (E. C, '99) & Phillips § (O. L., 

Alexander J. Msbet § ('72). 

See Card in Appendix, page 269. 
I Catbon & Catron. 

T. B. Catron. 

C. (\ Catron. 

F. J. La van. 

Rrrd Hollomak. 
A. B. Renehan r'94). 
Francis G. Wilson. 

See Card in Appendix, page 269. 

E. R. Wright ('00). 

C. E. McC^innis. 

Vellacott (F. W.) & Fowler (M.). 
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Santa Fe. 



•Sttita Rosa.* 
SlverCity.* 



Guadaloupe. 
Grant. 



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ATTORNEYS IN NEW MEXICO. 



PLAOB. 


COUNTY. 


Socorro.* 




Springer. 
TaM* 


Colfax. 
Taos. 


Tierra Amarilla.* 


Rio Arriba. 


Tuoumcari.* 


Quay. 



NAMB8 OF ATTOBHBTI. 

James O. Fiick. 
Refer to Raton. 
Refer to Santa F4. 
Refer to Santa ¥4. 
Harry H.Mo£lroy§(H)8). 



PLACE. 

Adams. 
Addison. 
Afton. 
Akron. 



ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 

Capilal, ALBAinr. 
For iDformation concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



couimr. 

Jefferson. 
Stenben. 
Chenango. 
Erie. 



KA1CE8 OF ATT0BME78. 

M. A. Leffin^well. 
C. L. Crane. § 
Refer to Bainbridge. 
Refer to Buffalo. 



* ALBANY.* AxBAinr Couktt. Pop. 109,279. 

Arnold, Bender & Hinman, 109 State St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 2G9. 
DuBois & McDermott, Home Say. B'k Bid?. 

DuBois, Pierre K. ('86). 

McDermott. Thomas F. C02). 
Mills § Cr^) & Mills ('03), 452 Broadway. 

See Card in Appendix, page 270. 
Nachtmann» Martin T., 82 State St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 270. 
Rosendale, Hessberff, Dugan & Haines^ Commerce Ins. Bnilding, 

Rosendale, Simon W. [57 State St. 

Hessbere, Albert. 

Du^an, P. C. 

Haines. Edgar M. § 
Vl88cher» Whalen & Austin, 126 State St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 270. 



Albion.* 
Alfred Centre. 
Allegany. 
Amitynlle. 
Amsterdam. 



AndoTer. 

Angelica. 

Arcade. 

Athens. 

Attica. 



Orleans. 

Allegany. 

Cattarangns. 

Suffolk. 

Montgomery. 



Allegany. 

Allegany. 

Wyoming. 

Greene. 

Wyoming. 



'71)ASignor§(Chas. G., 



Signer § (Isaac S., 

Refer to Andover. 

Refer to Glean. 

Refer to Babylon. 

Harry V.'Borst. 

Jtefers to Montgomery Co. Trust Co, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 271. 

C. L. Earley. 

D. D. Dickson ('86). 
Knight, Knight & Bentley. 

Gifford (E. A., '84) & Porter (0. G., '06). 
Charles B. Preacott § ('97). 



AUBURN.* Catuoa Couittt. Pop. 34,668. 

Underwood. Storke, Seward A Elder, 405 Anbnm Say. Bank Bldg. 
Attorneys for Jwnt, H, Seteard Jt Co., Bankers f Auburn Savings Bank. • 

See Card in Appendix, page 271. 
Underwood, George 



Ayon. 
Babylon. 
Bainbridge. 
Baldwinsville. 
Ballston Spa.* 



Seward, W. H., Jr. 

Livingston. 
Suffolk. 



Storke, Frederic E. 
Elder, William S. 

W. A. Wheeler. 

Le Roy M. Young § C9S). 

Homer D. Owens. 



Chenango. 

Onondaga. Wrighf, Sully & O'Brien. 

Saratoga. B. D. Esmond. 



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ATTOBNEYS IN NEW YORK. 117 

PLAOB. OOUXTT. KAICES OF ATTOairiETB. 

BaUYla.* Genesee. Frank S. Wood (78). 

See Card in Appendix^ pagt 271. 
Bftth.* Steuben. James McCall. 

BftjBhore. Suffolk. Refer to Babylon. 

Beaeon. Duteheas. Schloeser & Donnelly. 

Behno&t.* Allegany. Reynolds &, Ackerman. 

BINGHAMTON.* Bboome Couvtt. Pop. 48,443. 

Hennessey, Henry J., 401-3 Binghamton Say. Bank BIdg. 
Co rp or a tion, JProbate, Cotnmereiai, and CrinUnal JkBUf, 
Sefert to any Bank in Biughantton. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 127 U [Bide. 

Hinman ('92). Howard C^) & Kattell ('99), Seoority Mntual Life 
General CimU Vraetiee, 

See Card in Appendix, page 271. 
Jenkins ('84), Deyo ('83) A Hitchcock ('00), Secnrity Mutual Bldg. 
AXVyfor First National iianh, Qlobe Ituietnnity Co,, etc. 
See Card in Appendix, page 272. 
Page ('93) & Hays (%). 32-36 JPhelps Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 272. 
Welsh A Couper, 303 Phelps Bldg. 
CarporaHon and Cotnmereiai Ixtw* 
See Card in Appendix, page 272. 

Black Creek. Allegany. Refer to Cuba. 

BoliTsr. Alle^;any. Refer to Wellsville. 

BooDTille. Oneida. F. A. White. 

Brewster. Putnam. F. S. Bamum. 

Bridsehampton. Suffolk. Refer to Sag Harbor. 

Brockport. Monroe. Louis B. Shay. 

BROOKLYN.* Kings County. Pop. 1,634,361. 

Brower, Brower & Brewer, Temple Bar, 44 Court St. Cable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix, page 273. [Qeoembrow* 

Broiver, George V. 
Brower, George B. 
Brower, Grnest C. 

BUFFALO.* Eeib County. Pop. 469,503. 

Augspurger, Owen B., 838-840 Prudential Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 274. 
Ball, Richard L^ § 512 Brisbane Bldg. Cable Ad. Richardbal.|| 

See Card in Appendix, page 274. 
Bartlett & Roberts, mi Ellicott Square. Cable Ad. Burcha. 

See Card in Appendix, page 274. 
Becker, Augus t, § 210 Pearl -St. 

Ulsh, J. Ralph. 

Hopkins, A. Bruce. [Bissetl. 

Blssell, Frederick O., § 27 & 28 Dun Building, 110 Pearl St, Cable Ad. 
Attorn^ in Buffalo for JR. G, nun Jt Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 275. 
Bnrke, Thomas G., 1031-1036 Marine Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 275. 
Coatsworth & Diebold, 438 Main St. 
Coatsworth, Edward E. § 
Diebold, Charles, Jr. 
Desbecker & Flsk, 605 D. S. Moi^an BnUding. 
Trial ^eorh and general practice in ail courts. liepositions tafeetu 
Notaries in office. Refer to Mannfacturers A Traders Natio*»al 
Bank, Bank of Buffalo f and any other bank in the city of Buffalo. 
Desbecker, Louis K. ('94). 
Flsk, I rving L . (-ffl) . 

Newcomb, Walter C. 
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118 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 

BUFFALO.* Erie County. — CorUinued. 

Dirnberger^ M. F., Jr., 694-642 Prudential Bldg. 

Att'tf for L'niim Stock Yards Bank of Buffalo, 
Dudley, Stowe <& Sawyer, 620 Fidelity Bide. 

Dudley, Joseph G. Stowe, l^ranklin D. L. 

Sa w yer, Ansley W. 

Utter, Lorenzo 11. Warner, Allan G. 

Glbbs, Clintoii B., bo Erie Co. Sav. Bank Building. 

Ste Card in Appendix, page 276. 
Harrington ('87) & Davidson § ('97), 1124 Prudential Bldg. 

*Sf f Card in Appendix^ page 275. 
Hunt, Everette H. §, 6:}2^^0 Prudential Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 276. 
Kellogg & Baker, 5.M6 EUicott 1^. Cable Ad. Makell. 



Kellogg, Ralph A. 4 
Baker, Francis F. f 



Sullivan, Philip A. [Ad. KenCQifiH. 

Keueflck, Cooke, Mitchell & Bass, laSO Marine Bank Bldg. Cabk 
Keneflck. Daniel J. Mitchell, James McC. 

Cooke, Walter P. Bass, Lyman M. 

Letch worth, Edward H. 

Davidson, Alexander. Fernow, Fritz. 

Wheeler, Thomas R. Wilkins, Waiter M. 

Baldy, Christopher. Roberts, Clarence W. 

Lewis & Carroll. 200-202 Erie County Savings Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 276. 

I^wLb, L. L., Jr. § 

Carroll, Win. C. 
Locke, Babcoclc, Spratt & Hollister, 802-826 Fidelity Bldg. 

Locke, Franklin D. Jones, Albert E. 

Babcock, Louis L. Mills, Edward McM. 

Bpratt, Maurice C. Hollister, Evan. 

Meegan, Daniel E. Sturtevant. Howard R. 

Keneflck, J. L. Parry, H. Barton. 

Huntington, Herbert W. Kelly, J. Edmund. 
Hill, Dean R. Kreitner, Albert H. 

Moot, Sprague, Brownell & Marcy, 45 Erie Co. Sav. Bank Bldg. 

Moot, Adelbert. Brownell, George F. 

Sprague. Henry W. Marcy, William h, 
Morey, Bosley & Morey, 807 D. S. Morgan Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 276. 
Norton, Penney, Spring <& Moore, S58 EUicott Sqi 



juare. 
Penney, Thomas. Moore, James O. 



Norton, Porter. Spring, Dana L. 

"^lo 



Ford. James A. Vaughan, Raymond C. 
Sanders & Hamilton, 1133-1135 Marine Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 277. 
Shire & JeUinek, 9.S0-1>44 Prudential Bldg. 

Jellinek, £dward L. § ('91). 

Cole, Vernon. • 

Stanley & Gidley, Marine Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 277. 
Strebel, Corey, Tubbs & Beals, Marine Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 277. 
Thomas, Ulysses S. § ('96), 719 White Bldg. Cable Ad. Thorrias.II 
White, Babcock & Means, 921-927 Marine Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 278. iWhibane. 

White, Edwarcf Payson ('84). 

Babcock. Cleveland G. § ('97). 

Means, Williams H.J ('9i)). 
Wilcox <& Van Allen, 684 £llicott Square. Cable Ad. Wilvan.|| 

Wilcox, Ansley. 

Van Allen, John W. 
Williams, Arthur H., 904 D. S. Morgan Bldg. 

PLACE. COUNTY. >*AMK8 OF ATTORKETS. 

Caledonia. Livingston. John B. Abbott. 

Cambridge. Washington. D. M. West Fall. 

Camden. Oneida. Davis & Wilkinson. 

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119 



PLACE. OOUMTT. 

Canmjoharie. Montgomery. 

Canmdfttsaa** Ontftrlo. 



CuuMraga. 

Canaitots. 

Cuidor. 

Caniiteo. 

Canton.* 

Cape Vincent. 

CanneL* 

Caftha^. 

Castile. 

CatakiU.* 

(^attamigiu. 

CazenoTiA. 

Centre Moriches. 

Champlain. 

('hariotte. 

Chateaogsy. 

Chatham. 

Cherry VaUey. 

Chester. 

Chittenango. 

Cincinnatna. 

Clayton. 

Clifton. 



Alle|^ny. 

Madiaou. 

Tioga. 

Stenben. 

St. Lawrence. 

Jefferson. 

Putnam. 

Jefferson. 

Wyoming. 

Greene. 

Cattaraugus. 

Madison. 

Suffolk. 

Clinton. 

Monroe. 

Franklin. 

Columbia. 

Otsego. 

Orange. 

Madison. 

Cortland. 

Jefferson. 

Richmond. 



[Part of yew York.) 
Clifton Springs. Ontario. 
Clinton. 



Clyde. 
Cobleskill. 
Cohoctoa. 
Cohoes. 
Cold Spring. 
College Pomt. 



Oneida. 

Wayne. 

Schoharie. 

Steuben. 

Albany, 

PutnuD. 

Queens. 



Cooperstown.* Otsego. 



Corning.* 

Cora wall. 
Cortland.* 

Cozssckie. 
Cuba. 
Danmlle. 
Delhi.* 
Deposit. 
Dobbs Ferry. 
Dryden. 
Dondee. 
Donkirit. ■ 
East Aurora. 
East Hampton. 
East Randolph. 
East Worcester. 
Elizabeditown.* 
EUenville. 
EUieottrille. 



Steuben. 

Orange. 

Cortland. 

Greene. 

Allegany. 

LdTingston.- 

Delaware. 

Broome. 

Westchester. 

Tompkins. 

Yates. 

Chautanqna. 

Erie. 

Suffolk. 

Oittaiangus. 

Otsego. 



Ulster. 
Cattarangus. 



MAkXS OF ATTOBHEYS. 

K. J. Herrick. 

Frank A. Christian i ('92). 

See Card in Appendix, page 278. 
Refer to HomeU. 

CampbeU (A. E.) A Woolsey (R. D.). 
Refer to Owego. 
Leverett J. Simpson. 
George H. Bowers. 
Refer to Watertown. 
Clavton Ryder. 
Kilby & Norris. 
Refer to Warsaw, 

Osborn, Bloodgood §, Wilbur § & Fray §. 
Bird (A. A.) & Layery (H.). 
A. E. Fitch. 

Refer to Patohogue. , 

Refer to Pkttslrarg. 
Refer to Rochester. 
Refer to Malone.- 
S. W. Smith. 
Almond Cramer. 
Refer to GUishen. 
Frank R. Lennox. 

Refer to Cortland. ! 

L. H. Ford. 
Refer to New Brighton, 

Refer to Phelps. 

L. M. Martin C«^). 

A. S. Armstrong. 

G. M. Palmer. 

£. S. Brown. 

McLean (J. E.) & Neary (F. W.). 

Refer to Peekskill. 

Refer to Flushing. 

Arnold ('86) & Cooke ('90). 

See Card in Appendix, paae 27C. rmlra*. 
Use Herendeen & Mandevllle of El- 
Refer to Newbuigh. [(A. J., *04). 
Chfitmplln § (George M., '04) & Buck § 

Refer to the Nationtil Bank o/ C^rtidnd. 
H. Curtis. 

Walter N. Renwick. 
Sireno F. Adams i COO). 
H. J. Hewitt, 

£. D. Cumming. ' 

Refer to Tarrytown. '' * 

Refer to Ithaoa. 
H. C. & H. B. Harpending. 
RoUin W. Snow § (W. 

W. W. Parker. ' 

Refer to Sag Harbor. 

Refer to Randolph. ' 

Refer to Scheneyus. 
O. Byron Brewster § CIO). 
H. W. Coons. 
A. M. Laidlaw. 



ELMIRA.* Cremxtng Cocnty. Pop. 41,800. 

[Turnall. 
Baldwin C73) A AlUson C02), 201-208 Realty Building. Cable Ad., 
€^ffnemt J*raetice, SpeeitU attention to Cotntnercial Law* 
See Card in Appendix, page 278. 
IMven, Alexander 8. ('H8)« 21 2 E. Water'St. Cable Ad. Divlaw. 

Mathews, John A. $ (*13). 
AtVyfor Fidelity Jt Canualtff In: Co. oflf, Y,i Perlnn. B, It* Co,., 
Henry & Denton, 313-315 Realty Bldg. 
Attomeffm for Seeond National Sank, 

Henry, Lewis. § 

l>ent<m, Edgar, Jr. § 

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123 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 



New Berlin. CkeBaogo. Arthv W. Hone § <\K)). 



New Swigktoo, Ricfamimd. Refer io Jamam. 

{Part tfKew York Cky,) 

Newbanek.* OniKe. CaBtltee A I>Mnliilck. 

8fe Con/ m ^l»i>eiM/i>, iMpv 282. 

New (^tr * Ro^IbbcI. Refer to N;rMk. 

New FUftz. Ulster. Refer to Kivgstoii. 

New RoeheDev Wceteheiitcr. Edwrnd W. DmYiOaam | (W). 

NEW YORK CITY.* Pop. 4,76^83. 
(B^roagh ipff Waaliatf «> 

Ksr Aet iff the "LeffUlmtttret if'mr Tcrrife CTMy eampriwew the huroughs 9f . 
imn, Bronx, BrmoMpn, Qumnt, mmd &4e.hmmnd. 

Thim eimbrmetM MrooMifn, FlnoMng, Jarma icm , Long laiand Ciip, Wettehemter, 
Htut Chewier m I*eih«m, titaien Jalftnd, ef«« 

The foUowrng plaee» appear in alphabetical erder, a» hereiofbres Br eektymp 
WluehiHQf Jfatnaica, I^eng I9ian4 C-wy, an4 Weetthetter* 

Adsni& JSHnMn^ t^ (^89), 32 Naanra St. Cable Ad. Badam. 

Mormeeier, Jf, Y*, OfjUee: Camahan, Adaw^, Jatnmaetk Jt I^ierce^ 
See Card in Appendix, page 296. 
Adw A CooBeO, 45 Fine St. 

Comiel], Plnlip £. § 
Agar, Ely A FnltoD, 31 Naawn St. Cable Ad. AgarfuKon. 
Apv, (lohn G. 
Ely, Alfred. 
Fnhoiif Loais M. 
Alnuuider A Green, 120 BroadlraT. Cable Ad. Maecook.l 
MeColloli, Allao. Demincr, Cbailes C. 

Green, WiUiani Vf. PSereon, Charles W. 

OiiTer, WiUiam H. P. Wmiaroson, Clifton P. 
Loeke, Campbell. 
Alger & Ayrm, 27 WiUiam St. , Cable Ad. Kim. 
Alger^ George W. 

Kjdder, CamOlna G. 
Co nnael. 

Peck, Arthur J. 
Steel. Riebaid. 
AnderaoD a Andenon, 15 Broad St. Cable Ad. Sondar.D 
Anderson, Henry B. Gasser, Roy C. 

Andenon, Cha ndler P. ^Ferris, Emery L. f 

Hayes, William H. 
Anderson, Iselin A Anderson, 26 Broad St. Cable Ad. Anpanan. 

Anderson, P. Channcey. 

Andereon. Ellery O. 

Iselin, JoDn H. 

Rigvs. Lawrason, Jr. 
AroD & Wis«^ 60 Rne St. Cable Ad. HathrOffl. 

See Card in Appendix, page 283. 

Aron, Harold G* 

W ise, Hennr M« 
Aiterbory, Albert Mm 30 Broad St. 
Austin, MeLanahaa A Merritt, 136 Broadway. Cable Ad. Auttmae. 

Anstin, OeoiM C. 

MeLanahaa, Soott. 

Merritt, Walter Gordon. 
Badnr, William Otis, Jr., 100 William St. Cable Ad. Wilbadger. 

intmroMce Law a epeeiaiiy. 
Baker, Fisher A., 2 Wafi St. 
Baldwin A M^, 32 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Nesi« 

May, Charles. 

Baldwin, G. V. N., Jr. 
BaU A Oldie, 200 Broadway. Cable Ad. QeowaldO. 

BaU, LeRoy D. (*97). 

Oldis, Edwm 8. 

Rogm, C. Russell. 
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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YOR)L 123 

NBW YORK CITY,^ ^C$t^UmetL 

Barber, Wation A Gibboney, 185 Bnutdvay. Cable A4. Barsonev. 
Barber, WUliam A. Watson, Aichibald K. 
Gibboaey, Staart G. 

FaokMibAl, Juaqph DiehL Karnaa, Nidnlaa £. 

Bwtitt, G«o»eM: Pnlkm Claffocd K. 

Banl<lkGaUuBa,29BroadSt. Gable Ad. BarcaLJl 

fianL, Albert 8. 

Galkin&i Leirhtoo. 
Barker, WemdeU P^ 27 WOliamSt. 

5«e Cart/ la Appeudix, page. 284. [Wallacvs. 

Bwrrx, WaiBwrtebt, Thacher & Sjrmnters, 59 Wall St. Cable Ad. 

Barry, Herbert. Thacher, ArchlbaM G. 

Wainwright, J. If ajirhew. Syiumera, Jaates K. 

PHzer, JoliM C. 
Baitlett A BrowmlL, 120 Broadwi^. Cable Ad. LetoaL 

Baxtl6tt.JohaP. 

BrewnelL, Heaiy B. 
Beattys, Georse D«, 111 Braadway. 
. Beekmaa, Meakaa A -QriBconi, 52 Mmiiam St, Cable Ad. PhUbeeilMILi 

Beekmaa, Chailea K. MeokeiL, & 8tanw«ad. $ 

GriaoanL, Iloyd C. Bepie, Moitoa G. 

Clark, Wiiaamll. Oabom , A. Perry. 

Andertoa, Stephen P. Manfaail, Tkenholoi H. 

fieaedict, Albert T., U» Broadway. Cable Ad. Snoraef.il 
Bigelow A Wise, 15 WOIiam iSt. Gable Ad. Eahig. 

Bi^elow, £nie»t A. 

WiM^ Henry A. 
Black, Varlan lb SUboh, § 44 Pine St CaUe Ad. N airav. 

See Card ta Appemdix^ paae 284. 
Blymyer, William iC 49 Wall 8t. Cable Ad. Blymyer.ll 

PVeneh and BnM^h wkwlterm, mud i—iermaiiotti^ Emm* 
Boath, Jeha T^ 271 Broadway. Cable Ad. Boothite. 

See Card la AppemUx^ page 284. 
Bowera & Gerard, 4H Cedar :St. Cable Ad. Brangsatld.! 

Bowera, Joba If. Gerard, Jamee W. 

Vaa Beaaobotea, Wm. H. Bowen, Spetewood D. 

Oalpia. Joha J. 
Breed, Abbett A llotgaa, a2 Liberty :jt. Cbbie Ad. Breedabbot 

Breed, WiUiaoft C. Moigaa, Geot^e WUaon. 

Abbott, Ueofy H. Aekerlr , Daaa T. § 

Braed, JaoMB Ke V. § 
Brieaea A Scbraak, 25 Bfload ^ Cable Ad. Briesenk.| 

Brieaea, Arthur ▼. Brieaea, Fritz v. 

Brieaea, Haaa ▼. Sehrenk^ Otto v. $ 

Brown, Booald K. (*85), 320 Broadway. Cable Ad. Rebrown.l 
Brown A Cookaey, 141 Broadway. Cable Ad. ChaipauL 

Brown, Charlea PauL 

Coaksey, PauL 
Brnab A Grawfont, ao Broad St. Cable Ad. Bni8hcraw.il 

Crawford, John .1. 

Uderitsb, Heary J. 
Bnrghard, E. M. , 

Sekaider, R. C, 

Ebert, Lonia V., > HI Broadway. Cable Ad. Algonak. 

Cormany, CharfeaC, 
Sehaef er, Eraaat, j 
Bnrke, Daniel, \ . 

Mente^ l^'^V., « R-e St. Cbl. Ad. Burpard. 
Allen. Wintred 0., 
Bnrke A MitehelL. 37 liberty St. Cable Ad. BurkbuiT. 
MitchelL George H. 
Bnrke, Roas^E. 

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124 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 

NBW YORK OITY> - CwUinrntd. 

Bnrltngham, Montgomeiy & Beeoher. 27 William St. CaUe Ad. 

Barlinpham, Charlee G. Fearey, Morton L. [Polycarpon. 

Beecher, Norman B. BnrKngham, Charles. 
Hasten, ETerett. Clark, Chavnoey 1. 
Emewo n, George H. H nppar, R oecoe H. 

Wells, Benjamin W. Allen, Ray R. 

Rouse, £. Cnrtis. 
BomhamjOeorge, 141 Broadway. 
Butoher, Tanner & Foster, 1 Madison Are. Cable Ad. Sedum. 

Batcher, Day id F. 

Tanner, Frederick C. '. ' 

Foster, Charles L. ' 

Bntler, WyekoiF A Campbell, 54 Wsll St. Cable Ad. Advisory. 

Butler, Wm. Allen. Wyokoff, J. Edwards. 

Campbell, FV^eriok B. Brown, PVederick M. (Countel in Ship- 

[ping and M aritime Cauaes^ 

Devlin, John F^ Whipp, Paul C. 

Loomis, Homer L. 
Bntton, Wm. H., 120 Br oadway . 

Maginnis, Michael. 

Townsend, Jf>hn C. 
Byrne, Cuteheon <& Taylor, 24 Broad St. Cable Ad. ByrcuL 

Byrne, James. Brown, B. H. Inness. 

Cuteheon, F. W. M. Begg, Wm. R. 

Taylor, Carl. Aldrich, WinUiroD W. 

Homes, Augustine L. Smith, Albridge C. 
Tweed, Harrison. 
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, 40 Wall St. Cable Ad. Labellum. 

Wickersham, George W. Kitchel, Wm. Lloyd. 

Taft, Henry W. Grosyenor, Edwin P. 

Butterworth, George F. Wickersham, Cornelias W. 

Smyth, Francis. Taft, Walbridge 8. 

Caldwell & Masslieh, 115 Broadway. 

C aldwell, J . H. § Masslich, Chester B, 

Silkman, Theodore F. Johnston, H. M. 

Raymond, D. V. Martin, T. C. P. 

Campbell (Howard) & Son, 14^-142 Nassau St. 

See Card in Append ix^ page 286. 
Campbell, Harding & Pratt, 4:{ Exchange Place. Cable Ad. Campratt. 

Campbell, iJouglaa. Harding, Edward. 

Pratt, John T. G oodwin , Edward N. § 

Bristol. Arthur E. 
Cannon A Cannon, !•% Hroaaway. Cable Ad. Cannonlaw. 

Cannon, Charles M. 
Cardozo & Nathan, 12K Broadway. Cable Ad. Primeval.)) 

Nathan, Edgar J. 

Cardozo, Michael H., Jr. 
Ca^sle. Wm. T., § 120 Broadway. Cable Ad. Belthub. 
Carter. Ledyard A Milbum, 54 Wall St. Cable Ad. Ledyard. 

Milbnm, John G. Welsh, Joseph W. 

Baylies. Edmund L. Tavlor, Walter F. 

Ledyard, Lewis Cass, Jr. Milbum, John G., Jr. 
Mil burn, Devereu x. 

Bechtel, Edwin DeT. 
Cary A Carroll. 09 Wall St. Cable Ad. Plutonian. 
Cary, Guy. Carroll, Phillip A. 

Dempser, Joseph F. Karle, Walter K. 

Waid, Jesse E. Qoigley, Robin W. 

Scelsa, John N. 
Chadboume, Shores A Wallace, 14 Wall St. Cable Ad. Tomboum^w 
ChiKlboume, T. L., Jr. Wallace, William, Jr. 
Shores, A.J. Hoff, Frederick . 

Bissell, L. 0. Curtis, T. C, Jr.' 

Callan, H. A. Wolf, H.J. 

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NEW YORK CITY* -Continued. 

Choate, Laioccine A, Mitchell, 40-42 Wall St. CaUe Ad. Larocque. 
Choate, William 6. Shipiiuui, Nekon. 

Larooque, JcisBph. Mitchell, Clarence Blair. 

8i11iin«n, R. D. 

ChurehiU, Marlow <& Hines, 63 WaU St. 

OhurchULThomaflW. 

MarlowJSrnest W. 

Hines, William A. 
Clark, Prootiee A Roulfiteae, 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Erulcam. 

Clark, John Kirkland § ('63). 

Prentice, Ezra P. ('00). 

RonUtone, Wm. Bradford ('15). 
Clarke, R. Floyd, ) , 

• Po«on, Hen ry B. §. ] 26 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Ka|>pa. 

Clinch, Edward S., 41 Park Row. Cable Ad. Edclinch. 
Comstock A Washborn, 12 Broadway. 

Washburn, Albert H. Tompkins, J. Stnart. 

Pnekhafer, Qeo. J. Rode, Henry J. 

Conrad <& Hopkina, 2 Rector St. 

Conrad, W. Davie. 

Hopkins, Henry, Jr. 
ConweU, Edward V. 1 

Smyth, Geoii^W. > 53 Broadway. 

Eraetzer, Ednr R. ) 

cS;^:G?J^g°H.iV92),}^»W»llSt. Cable Ad. Yeroc. 

Commissioners qf Deeds, etc. See full page Card in Appendix, page 285. 
Crane, Alexander M.f ('97), 14 Wall St. Cable Ad. Alrfel. 
Crayath A Henderson, 52 William St. Cable Ad. Cravath. 

Cravath, Paul D. Moore, Hoyt A. 

Henderson, Edward C. Neilson, Robert H. 

de Gersdorff. Carl A. Moffat, Doa^las M. 

Leffingwell, Russell C. Roberts, Charles A. 
_ , Swaine, Robert T. 

Crawford A Tvska, 20 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Bentuska 

Tnska, Benjamin . 

Dilkes, James A. 
Crocker A Wickes, 5 Nassau St. 

Ci-ocker, Prank L. 

Wickes, Forsyth. 
Crook A Carney, 93-99 NaHan St. 

Crook, Samuel. § 

Carney. John A. § 

Kister, Frank A- 
Cnllen A Oykman, 2 Wall St. 

CuUen, Edgar M. Dykman, William N. 

Archer, Francis L. Dykman, JacksMi A. 

Ooddard, Arthur E. Dn«k, Francis L. 

Curtis, Everett N., 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Everantis. 

iieneral Civil PrarfUm, 
Curtis, James B., 32 Nassau St. 
Cnrtis, Mallet^revoet A Colt, ;iO Broad St. Cable Ad, Mlgniard.B 

Curtw, William Edmond. Mosle, A. Henry. 

Curtis, P. Kingsbury. Worrall, Walter L- 

Mallet-PreTost, Severe. Seward, Frederic K. 

Colt, Harris D. Kohlmann, Hugo. 
. Stickney. Henry A. _ 

Lazo-Arriaga, Antonio. Sohoenrich, Otto. 

Thttchener, William H. Savage, Samuel P. 

Cashing, H. A., Mutual Life Bldg., 43 Cedar St. Cable Ad. Folknor. 
Daly, Hoyt A Mason, 15 WUlia»n St. Cable Ad. Offheark. 

Ho3rt. Henry R. ('84). Mason, Alexander T. ('83). 

Philips, Frederic D. 082). Carpenter, Charles K. ('94). 

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126 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YOE^. 

NEW YORK CITY.* ^Cantinmd, 

Davie^ Aaerbach A ComeU, Matn^l Life Building, 32 Naoftu St. Cable 

DavMg, Julien T Hotchkiafi. Charles E. [AdTOverdare. 

Auerbachj Joseph S. Lenasen, Nicholas F. 

ConieU, Edward. Tattle, Charies H. 

roUes, Bnunard. Matteson, Warner B. 

Davis, Gherardi (m 15 William St. Cable Ad. Idrareg. 
Davis, Donohue,. Thompson A Deitz, 1 Liberty St. 

J^^M/SewMd. Thompson, Walter F. 

Donohue, Charles D. Deitt, Karl S. 

Davison, C has. Stew art, 1 * 

fil^l^w.j**^'"^*- ciaa.Ad.cediii..- 

Leon, Maurice, 
Dasrton, Robert A. B. 6 ('75), 15 William St. 
Dean, George C, 55 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Gecdean. 
Dean, Tracy <& McBanon, ItiO Broadway. Cable Ad. DetPam. 

Dean, Philip S. 

Tracy, Howard C. 

McBarron, Francb J. 
De Fofeat Brothers, 30 Broad St. Cable Ad. Broforest.Q 

de Forest, Robert W. de Forest, Johnston. 

de Forest, Henry W. Thome, Robert. 
de Forest, Henry L. 

Elder, Robert D., Jr. Itees, Gomer H. . 

Groser, Leslie H. 
De Lacy, George C, Wool worth Bldg., 233 Broadway. 
IDebveenimb, Raoul E., 24 Broad St. 
De Witt, Lockroan & De Witt, 88 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Eaeh.D 

DeWitt,Wm.G. De Witt, Edward. 

De Witt, Theodore. Lookman, Frederic I. 

Dixon & Holmes, 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Dixonatty. 

Dixon, Will iam P. Holmes , Jabis h. _ 

Healy, Thomas M. Peckham, Wheeler H. 
Duer, Strong & Whitehead, 43 WaU St. and 43 Exchange Place. Cable 

Steams, Marshal. [Ad. Labadist. 

Baco n , Selden . 

' Strong, George A. (eounset), ^ 

Whitehead, A. Pennington. 
Whitehead, Pennington. 

""""nnW ^ff.. } l«>Broad,... Cable Ad. Exponent. 

Duncan & Mount, 27 William St. Cable Ad. Dunmount. 

Duncan, Oscar 1). • • 5 

Mount , Russell T. 

Pyne, Warner C. 

Dieck, Henry W., Jr. 
Dunlop cot) & Smith | ('01), 63 WaU St. 

See Ccard in Appendix^ page 286. 
Dnrand, Hamilton H., 60 Wall St. 

Dwyer, John J. f ('94), 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Johndwyer. i 
I*rtpb€Kte lauf and triai <tf contested eausve. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 286. 
Edwards & Bryan, 31 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Exward. 

Edwards, Duncan. ' 

Bryan, Henry C. 
Edwards, 0*LonghIin & George, 20 Nassau St. 

George, David Gwilim. 

O'Loiighlin. Gerald Stuart. 

Edwards, Charles Hebard. 
Ehlermann, Wright A Abbott, fJ8 William. Cable Ad. Ehlerman.lj 

Ehlermann, Carl, Jr. Wright, JuHan M. 
^ Abbott, Donald B. 

Ellison A Ellison. 251 West 104th St. Cable Ad. Wlllbrueil.n 

Ellison, William B. 

Ellison, Bruce. 

Fraser, Andrew A. 

Goldsmith, Oliver B. 
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NJBW YORK CITY.^ -- ConHnued. 

Eoundt A Piiriab, 52 WaU St. Cable Ad. Parishatty. 

Emmet, QrenTille T. § 

Pariah, Edwaxd G. ^96). 
Escher, Henry, Jr^ 26 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. EtchfoxJ 

See Card in Appendix, page 286. 
Edsele^ 6t Haiudhwoot, 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Esselstyn. 

EBaelBtyn, Everett J. 

Uaaghwoat, J. Ard. 
Eyarts, Choate & Sherman, 60 Wall St. Cable Ad. Evarts. 

Evarts, Allen W. Bickford, Herbert J. 

Sherman, Thomas T. Choate, Joseph H., Jr, 

Garretaon, Jamee. 
Everett, Clarke & Benediet, 37 WaU St. Cable Ad: Teologal. 

Everett, A. Leo. Benedict, Edward Grenvilie. 

Clarke, George M. AUen, William F. 

Hertwier, Hennan S. 
FindlaT, WiUiam C. f ('82), 43 Cedar St. 
Fish, Kichardson & Neave, 5 Naasan St. 

FSeh, Frederick P. Stackpole, Lewis J. 

Richardson, W. K.. MoKnight, William G. 

Neave, Charles. Lyman, Harrison F. 

Cunningham, Gay. Kerr, Chirence D. 

Salinger, Alex D. Bams, Maxwell . 

Hohnes, Hector M. ^ Arvedson, George C. 

Philbin, Stepen H. 
Fletcher^ Bertram L. } CW, 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Bertflet. 

See Cafd in AppendtXjpage 287. 
Foster, Frederic de P., §44 Wall St. Cable Ad. Depf Otter. 
Foster A Thomson. 141 Broadway. Cable Ad. Axiom.)] 

Thomson, Giraud F. 

Thomson, George M. 
Fraser & Speir. 20 Exchange Plaoe. Cable Ad. Qeooof ras. 

Fniser, Geo. C. 

Speir. Lonis De an. 

Bain, Fred. W. 
Frothingham. Theodore L., 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Teief.ll 

Baily, Harold J. 
Fmeanff, Robinson & Sloan, 60 Wall St. Cable Ad. Frurobin. 

Fmeauff, Charles A. Robinson, Watson B. 

Sloan, Robert S. Bailey, Dewey C, Jr. 
Bnrns, Robert. 

Johnstone. George T. Lisner, Leonard E. 

Gayley, Henry B., § 149 Broadway. 
Oeer, Enoe ThrtMp, j 31 Nassau St. 
Gibbs, Herbert H., § 40 Pine St. Cable Ad. Clessonia. 
Gifford, Hobbs <& Beard, 60 Broadway. Cable Ad. Hobford. 

Oifford, James M. Beard, Anson McCook. 

Hobbs, Charles B. Feariiake, John D. 

Seaman, Alfred P. W. 
Gilbert, CampbeU & Myers, 14 Wall St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 287. 
Gordon, Gordon, 165 Broadwav. Cable Ad. Donror.ll 
Griggs, Baldwin <& Baldwin, 27 Pine St. Cable Ad. Gribbs. 

Grig^, John W. Conboy, Mnrtin. 

Baldwin, Leonard D. MaR«)ffin, Edward T. 

Baldwin, Arthur J. Hill, Philip 8. rMeipomene.H 

Goggenheimer. Untermyer <& Marshall, 120 Broadwav. Cable Ad. 

BCarshaU, Louis. Untermver, Alvin. 

Herrmann, Theodore L. Gnggenheimer, Charles S. 

Wiekwire, Arthur M. Untermyer, Irwin. 

Untermyer, Samuel (rounsfl). 
Guthrie, Bangs A van Sinderen, 44 Wall St. Cable Ad. Guthrie. 

Guthrie. WUliam D. 

Bangs, Francis S. 

▼an Sinderen, Howard i 
Hagar, Albert Francis, 60 WaU St. Cable Ad. Hagariaw. 

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128 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YOORBL 

N£W YORK CITY.»-GbfKtiii«(l. 

Hagen. Goodrich A Conslilaii, 49 WaU St. Cable Ad. Qoode«dy. 

Uagen, Winston H. 

Qoodrichf Henry W. 

Coughlau, Gaoifre R. 4 
Haight, Sandford & Smith, 'XI WiUiam St. Cable Ad. Motor. 

Haiifht, Charles S. Stoektos, Herbert K. 

Sandford. Edward. Hewitt, llenry M. 

Smith, Clarence B. § Gardner, Kenneth. 

Qrtffin; John W. Poor, Wiiaiton. 

HaU. Frank L., SO Broad St. Cable Ad. Efdlhall. 
Hamord, Solomon, ( ^, ^Tall S* 

Gehrmann, Charles P., } *^ ^^^ ^*- 
Harper^ Qeor^ W., J r^ § 115 Broadway. 

See Card m Appendix^ page 287. 
Harris <& Towne, 258 Broadway. 

Harris, Wm. Hamilton. 

Towne, Paul R. 

Nicoll, Fancher. 
Harrison, EUiott & Byrd, 59 Wall St. Qable Ad. Cantorpa. 

Harrison, Robert L. § . ^ 

laUott, Robert W. B. § 

Byid, WiUiam. 
Hatch & Clute, 100 Broadway. Cable Ad. Edat.tf 

Hatch, Edward S. § 

Clate, Frank M.J 
Hawkins, Delafield & Longfellow, 20 Ezdbange Plaee. CaUe Ad. 

HawkiiiB, Eugene- D. Longfellow, Frederick W. [Fleldston. 

Delafield, Lewis L. Oregorv, Alfred. 

Dela^d, Frederick P. Delafield, Lewis L.* Jr. 

Marsh, John B. Latiroer, M. Gregg. 

Dimock, £. J. Brown, Eraser. 

Hays, Hershfield & Wolf, 115 Broadway. Cable Ad. Hay^reen. 

Hays, Daniel P. Wolf , Ralph, 

Hershfield, Abraham. Hays, Edwin D. 
Hays, Kaufmann & Lindheim, 60 Wall St. Cable Ad. Hakalist. 

Hays, Arthur Garfield. landheim^oryin R. 

Kaufmann, S. Walter. St. John, T. Raymond. 

Hedges, Ely & Frankel, l^ Broadiri^. Cable Ad. Jobehedges. 

Hedges, Job E. 

Frankel, Louis. 

Ely, Richard. 
Hendrick & Hendrlck, 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Harhen. 
Trial worh and Oemfral l*ra€;iiee. Ctjrporation, Probate atid Contrnt't-rial 
Law, Special attention given to interests of nov-rettideut heirs. 
References : Bankers Trust Co, und Mutual Bank, Xew York, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 288. 

Hendrick, Wm. Jackson 073). Hendriok, John Harris § ('04). 
Winne, Worden E. (♦OS). 
Heydt, H. A. <& C. E., 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Haohas. 

Heydt, Herman A. § 

Heydt, Charles £. § 
Heyn & Covlngrton, 60 Wall St. Cable Ad. Heycov.l 

«S«« Card in Appendix, pttgt 288. 

Heyn, Herbert A. 

Covington, George B. 

Heyn, Bernard Q. § 
Hill, Lockwood, Redfield & Lydon, 35 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Woodhitl. 

Lock wood, Lnke Vincent. 

Redfield. Robert L. 

Lydon, Richard P. 
Holm. Whitlock &■ Soarff, '^T^ Nassau St. Cable Ad. Holmwhit. 

Holm, Charles F. § ('85), Whitlock, Victor E. § ('97). 
ScarflF^aul B. ('97). 

Owen, ClifiFord H. Von Pein. HeniTr E. 

Hamburg, Frederick W. O'Connell, Daniel. 
Ernst, Theodore L. 

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ATTORNEYS US NEW YORK. 129 

NSW YORK CITY ^--Continued. 

Holmes. Rogen A CarpeBter, 20 Broad Stnet. Gable Ad. Horog. 
Holmes, I>elevan A. 
Rogers, Charies P. 
Carpepter, Oliver C. ^ 

Smith, Vinoente K. S 
Horkhelmer & Oohen^ 19 Cedar St. Gable Ad. Horkhold. 

See Cku^iMAppemiiiL page 2SiS for UfftUrtferenees, 

Horklieimer, Berthola 8. 

Cohen, Louis MaxwelL [Conveyance. U 

tHoRNBLOWKB, M".i.m^ Qakbieov & PoTTSB, 24 Bioad iSt. CaUe Ad. 

See Card in Appemiu^page 2^. 

GAJtRiaOK, LOKDLBT M. BoSTON, CBABLKS A. 

Mji^lbk, William W. Millb&, J. Nobkis. 

PoTTRB, Mabk W. Makm, Mobgan M. 

Ea&lb, Hbnrt Ji. OWBK, Cabl M. 

fiOBVBLOWBB, GbOBOB 8. 

Hottensteln, M. S. (^99), 120 Broadway. Cable Ad. Marhot. 

.See Card in Appmdix^ page 362. 
House, Qrossmaii & Vorhaus, 115 Broadway. Cable Ad. Lawhouse. 

«See Card in Appendix, page 289. 
Howe, Smith & Sawyer, 2 Rector St. 

Smith, GtorriL 

Howe, Joseph P. 

Sawyer, Warren L. 

MiUer, Charles Sumner. 
tHowson A HowBon, 55 LxbeHy St. Cable Ad. Explicit. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 377. 
It Huohbs, Rounds, ScHiTBMAK A Dwioht, 96 Broadway and 6 Wall 

See Card m Appendix, page 290. [St. Cable Ad. Huros. 

HnoHBs, Chablbs E. Romros, Ahthub C. 

ScHUBMAK, Gbobob W. Dwkiiit, Richabd £. 

HuoHBS, CHAJU.B8 E., Jb. Cabttbr, Waltkb F. 

LowBs, RatmoiA> M. Kb<k(R, Mabtin J., Jr. 

Richards, AuoueTus L. 
Huntin^-on, Rhinelander & Seymour, 54 William St. CaUe Ad. 

Rhinelander, Thomas N. Barnatd, Alfred S. [Rhinehunt. 

■ Sevmour, Orieen S, Perkins, Edward N. 

Ireland, F. A. W., § 094), 45 William St. 

See Card in Appendix^page 289. 
Isaacs M. S. & I. d^ 52 William St. Cable Ad. Misaac8.11 

See Card in Appendix^page 290. 
Ivina, Wolff & Hoflruet, 27 William St. Cable Ad. Wins. 

Wolff, Henry F. 

Hoenet, Robert Louis. 
Jaeksoo, Percy, 43 Cedar St. Cable Ad. Peajay. 
Jacobs, A. L. & S. P., Johnston Building, 30 Broad St. Cable Ad. 

Jacobs, Abraham L. § [Portsmatic.!! 

Jaeobs, Samuel F. 
m«'ohB8oa & Galston. 49 Wall St. Cable Ad. Latinamlaw.U 

See Card in Appendix^ page 291. 

Johnson, Edwin J. 

Gakton, Oarenoe G. 
Joline, Larkin & Rathbone, 54 Wall St. Cable Ad. Lawyerly.U 

Liarkin, Adrian H. Freedman, Lewis H. 

Rathbone, Albert. Poor, Henry V. 

Van Brunt, Arthur H. Stickney, Albert. 
Perry, John M. 
Kellosg, Emery & Ciithell, 52 Broadway. Cable Ad. Kelbeck. 

See Card in Appendix, page 290. 

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130 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 

NEW YORK CITY.*- Catainusd, 

Kellogg A Rose, 115 Broadway. Gable Ad. Kerofifn.[i 
KeUoge, L. Laflin. Brett, PhUip M. 

RoBe. Abram J. Kellogg, Macintosh. 
. Pett6, Alfred C. Nevius, Franklin. 

\ Lawrened, Robert. UartpencOf William K. 

KeUogg, Asa B. O'Brien, Wm. H. 

CaBsidT, Laurence Leo. 
Kerr, Page, Cooper & Hayward, 55 Liberty St. Gable Ad. Kereurtis. 

Kerr, Thomas B. Cooper, Dmxy W. 

Page, Parker W. Kerr, John G. 

Hayward, J. B. 
Kimber, William F., 141 Broadway. 
King & Smithy 32 Liberty St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 290. 
Kneeland, Hanson & Hewitt, 43 Ceda« St. Gable Ad. Rataplan. 

Kneeland, Lawrence. 

Harison, William. § 

Hewitt, Thomas D. 
Konta & Kirchwey, 120 Broadway. 

Konta, Geoffrey. 

Kirchwey, Karl W. 
Larkin, John ^84), 44 WaU St. Cable Ad. Jaii. 
Lawrence, Malcolm R., 



60 Broadway. Cable Ad. Arubidex. 



Lawrence, Parker Y., 

Rush, Charles, 

Whalen, Thomas J., / 
Lord, Day & Lord, 49 Wall St. Cable Ad. Lordatty.ll 

Mansfield, Howard. Iiakin, Herbert C. 

Beers, Lucius H. Lord, Franklin B. 

Baldwin, Henry de Forest. Bradley, Allan B. A. 
Low, MUler & Low, 30 Broad St. Gable Ad. Uwmill. 

Low, Ethelbert Ide (*05). 

Miller, Charles Dnncan ('05). 

Low, Beniamin Bobbins Curds (*04>. 
Lydecker, Charles £.,2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Dekryl. 
McCombs, Welbnan, Smyth & Ryan, 16 Wall St. 

McCombs^ William F. Wellroan, Francis L. • 

Smyth, Herbert C. Ryan , fVederick R, 

Scofield, Frederic C. WeUman^Roderic. 

Mackie, James B. Bisgood, Frederick W. 

McElheny, Bennett & Sicher, 15 William St. 
McElheny, Victor K., Jr. 
Bennett, William M. 
Sicher, D udley F. § 

Clinch, Watt W. [CaWe Ad. Interlex. 

McLaufrhlin, Russell. Coe & Spragrne, 165 Broadway, City Investing Bldg. 

McLaug-hlin, Frederick C. Spragne, Rnfus W., Jr. 

Russell, Lindsay. Sharretts, Edward r. 

Coe, Walter E. Hillis, Robert H. 

Macdonald & Macdonald, 233 Broadway. 

See Card in Appendix, page 292. 
Ma<.'keller & Gerbracnt, 4^) Cedar St. 

Mackeller, Georg^e M. 

Gerbracht, Robert, Jr. 
Maclay & McBumey, 31 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Archlay. 

Maclay, Archibald M. 
Man, Alrick H., j 59 Pine & 66 Wall St. Cable Ad. 

Phillips, Frank E., § i [OvertoH.Jl 

Man & Man, o() Wall St. Cable Ad. Apetenoia.i| 

Man, Frederick H. 

Man, Henry H. 

Man, Ellery Anderson. 
Marvin, Hooker <fc Roosevelt, 52 Wall St. Cable Ad. MarhOOkro. 

Marvin, Lan^don P. § Hooker, Henry S. 
Roosevel t, Fran klin D. 

De Roode, Albert. § Bryant, Walter L. 

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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YOEK. 181 

NEW YORK CITY.*— Continued. 

]iMton<ftNielio]8,49WaUSt. Cable Ad. MasnicM 
MjisteiL, Arthur H. Nichols, G^onpe L. 

MUbaok, Albert G. Hope, Walter £. 

RobiBMm, Beverley R. Kobb^, Frederick W. 

Hamilton, Smclatr. Jaques, George W. 

Hite, Geoige E., Jr. 

Laco mbe, E. Henry { caunsd). 

Hoffman, F^ank K. Farr, H. Bartow. 

Mercelis, Edo £. ('90), 69 WaU St. 
Merrill, Rogers A Terry, 100 Broadway. 

MerriU, Payson. 

Rogers, Noah Cornwell. 

Terry, Charles Thaddens. 
Merwin A Swenarton. 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Tedeum. 

Merwin, Timotny D. 

Swenarton, W. H. 
Mlddlebrook & Borland. 46 Cedar St. 

Middlebrook, Frederic J. Borland, Middleton S. 
Sincerbeanx, Frank H . 

Baskerville, Thomas H. Pross, Albert W. 

Griffin, Percy F. 
Miller JCing, Lane & Trafford, 80 Broadway. Cable Ad. Lawful. 
King, James Gore. Traffora, Perry D. 
Lane, Wolcott G. Barr, Willia m G. 

Walden, Russell. Olney, Peter B., Jr. 

Bobbins, Wolcott.P. Geer, Olin Potter. 

Sawyer, Charles A. 
Mitchell, Wfllard A., 141 Broadway. 
MitcheU A AUyn, 41 Park Row. 

MitckeH. Robert C. 

AUyn, Robert Starr. • 

Moffett, Robert Leslie, 52 William St. 
Montgomery A Peabody, 2 Wall St. 

Montgomery, Jolm S. 

Peabody, John D. 

Grace, Thomas T. § 
Moore, Walter Jeflbrson, 15 William St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 292. 
Morgan, William Osgood. ( „- r«^^««^ 

Kelley, Nicholas, j "^ Broadway. 
Morris A McVeigh, 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Parget 

Morris, Henry Lewis. 

Morris, Lewis Spencer. 

McVeigh, Charles S. 
Morris A Pkmte, 27 Pine St. Cable Ad. Morptan.H 

Morris, Robert C. Plante, Gnthrie B. 

Mahony, Charles E. Hoylar, Paul V. 
Murray, IngersoU, Hoge A Humphrey, Farmers* Loan A Trust Co. Bldg., 
16-22 William St. Cable Ad. Murbening. 
Murray, Ambrose Spencer, Jr. Hoge, Cbaries Courtenay. 
IngersoU, Cleorge P ratt. Humphrey, Theodore friend. 

l^arnard, Horace. 
Hnrrav, Prentice A Howland, :i7 Wall St." Cable Ad. Murland. 
Murray, Geo. Wei wood. Prentiee, E. Parmalee. 
Howlandi^ Charles P. 



Strahan, Robert H. Gordon, George A. 

Niooll, Anable, Lindsay A Fuller, 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Manable 

NieoU, De Lancey. Fuller, Thomas S. [and Nalaf.lj 

Anable, Courtland V. Sullivan, Cornelius J. 

Lindsay, John D. NieoU, Courtlandt. 

Nlcolson, Johp § (*^), S2 Nassau St. 

8ef Card in Appendix^ page 294. 
Noble, Estabrook <& McHarg, 115 Broadway. Cable Ad. Perjac. 

Noble, Herbert. McHarg, Ormsby. 

Estabrook, H. D. Metcalf, Orlando P. 
Nolan, John M., Two Rector Street. 
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NEW YORK CITY.* -^Continued. 

O'Brien, Board man. Harper & Fox, 120 Broadway. {3£,Avenut 

de C Opera, Paris, France.) Cable Ad. Diaiboard. 

See Card in Appendix, page 521. 

O'Brien, Morgan J. fioardxnan, Albert B. 

Parker, Junius. Harper, Donald. 

I>ixon, John W. DaTie, Preston. 

Fox, Lyttleton. Boardman, Philip W. 

O'Brien, Morgan J., Jr. Bellamy, F. WUder. 
G'Gorman, R. <& £. J., 51 Chambers ISt. Cable Ad. Adufe. 

O'Gorman, Richard. 

O'Oomian. £. J. 
O'Oorman, Battle & Vandiver, 37 Wall St. Cnble Ad. Ck>unsellor. 

O'Gorraan, James A. VandsTer, Alrauth C. 

Battle, Geo. Gordon. Levy, Isaac H. 

Leslie, Charles J. [Blackol 

Olcott, Bonynge, McManus & £mst, 170 Broadway. Cable Ad. 

Olcott, William M. K. McManus, Terence J. 

Bonynge, William H. ^ Chancellor, Theodore B. 
E nrnt, Ir-vin g L^_ 

Bonynge, Albert W. Ernst, Walter £. 

OUn, Clark & Phelps, 149 Broadway. Cable Ad. Nllor. 

OUn, Stephen H. Clark. John C. 

Phelps, Lois James. § Murphy, Wm. G., Jr. § 

Rives, F. Bayard. 
Oliver, Robert T., 650 Woolworth Bldg., 233 Broadway. 
OUiey <& Comstock, 68 William St. Cable Ad. Phencomsto. 

Olney, Peter B . Comstock, Geo. Carlton. 

Beatty, Robert C, Edwards, Harold T. 

Maves, Albert £dward. 
Olvany, Russell & Incle, 2 Rector St. 
• See Card in Appendix, page 292. 

°*""o".;e^?K. c:.*§ j B"* o' Commerco BH,f., 31 N«,a« St. 
Ondin, Kilbreth & Schaokno, 45 Broadway. Cable Ad. Oando. 

Oudin, Lucien. 

Kilbreth, James T. 

Schackno, Henry G. 
Page, Wm. H., 

Page, Richard M., 

&":»«;.' • «6 Li««'*y St- CriJe Ad. Jepa«. 

Groner, Powell C., J 
Parish. Edward C, 52 Wall St. Cable Ad. Paiishatty. 
Park & Mattison, 79 Wall St. 

Park, Samuel. 

Mattison, Henry £. 
Parker <& Aaron, 52 Broadway. Cable Ad. Parkron. 

Aaron, Herman. 

Baker, Charles A. 
Parker ('98), Davis ('98) & Warner ('04), 34 Nassau St. 

See Card in Avpendix, page 292. [Cable Ad, Parwag.' 

Paisons, Closson & Mcllvaine, 52 William St. Cable Ad. Parclos. 

Parsons, Herbert. Mcllvaine, Tompkins. 

Closson, Heni7 B. Carnochan, William £. 
Wright, Albert S. 
Patterson, Eagle, Greenough & Day, 120 Broadway. 

Greenougb, William. l>ay, Sherman. 

Eagle, J. Frederick. Patterson, Edwa rd J. 

Krautlioff, L. C. (counaet). 
Pavey, Wells & Gadrlch, 32 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Pavey. 

See Card in Appendix, page 293. 
Perkins & Train, 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Pertrain. 

Perkins, Charles Albert ('93). 

Train, Arthur C. ('00). 

Malone, £. Halsey ('09). 

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ATTORWXTS IN KEW YOBK 1S8 

NfiW YORK CITY^*-^ Continued, 

Flulipik, iSavyer, Kiee A Ketmody, 220 Broadway. Cable Ad. 

' :Sawyer, 0. J. Kennedy. J. J. [Nymitesal.H 

Rice, J. Q. . PhiUpp,kB. 

fhilipp, M. B. {counsel), \ 

Masste, M. C. Keho9, T. F. 

Fieroe A Qreer. 37 Wall St. 

Pieroe. Winalow S. 

Oreer, Lawreaee. 
Piatt A Field, 120 Broadway. 

FUtt, Prank H. 

Piatt, Livingston. 

Field, George W. 

- Tlylor, F. Carroll (10), j ^^ Naiaau St. Cable Ad. Vaklll. 

See Card in Appendix ^ pt>ge 2JH. 
Pratt. Koehler & Boyle, Gl Broadway. Cable Ad. Pratko. 

See Card in Appenaixt page 294. 
Pratt A McAlpin, 68 William St. Cable Ad. Tybalt. 

Pratt, Charlea A. B. Sprague, Talbert W, 

McAlpin, Benjamin B. Pyle. James McAlpin. 
Prontioe, Townsend A Hanal, 52 Broadway. Cable Ad. Keflyp. 

Prentioe, Robert Kelly. 

Hanal, Arthur F. 

Townsend, Myron T. 
Potney, Twombly A Putney, 2 Reatm St. Cable Ad. Yentup.U 

Twombly, Henry B. Putney, Edmonds. 

HbH, Louis H. 

Griffin, Walter If! Skidmore, Lemuel, Jr. 

Twombly, Edward B. 
RapaUo A Kennedy, 06 Broadway. 

Rapallo, Edward 8. 

Kennedy, Henry W. 
Redding, Greeley A Goodlett, S8 Park Row. Cable Ad. Morfex. 

Redding, William A. Goodlett, Nicholas M. 

Greeley, William B. O'Shea, Ambrose L. 

Campbell, Worthington. 
Reed, MoCoQk & HosTt, 15 William i^i. Cable Ad. H»took. 

See Card in Appendix, page 294. 
ReeTes A Todd, 165 Broadway. CabU Ad. ReevestOd.H 

Reeves, Alfred G. 

Todd, Ambrose G. 

Rowland, Alexander S. 
Remsen A Parsons, 60 Wall St. C^le Ad. Oddrit0.|| 

Rerassn, 08(niel S. 

Parsons, Frank H. 
Reynolds, Richards A MoCntcheoa, 68 William St. Cable Ad. Renolrich. 

Reynolds, Oliver C. 

Richards, George H. 

McCutoheon. Victar H. 

De Silver, Albert. 
Riker. Samuel, Jr., 19 Cedar St. Cable Ad. Riker.ll ' 

Root, Clark, Buckner A Howland, 31 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Erootlaw. 

Root, Elihn. 
Bartlett, Willard (counsel). 

Root, Elihn, Jr. Clark, Grenville. 

Buckner, Bjn ory R. ' Howland, Silas W. 

Intemann, Alfred C. 
Rose & Paskns, 128 Broadway. 
Rose, William B. 
Paskus, Bemamin Q. 
Rose, Alfred L. 
Rosen baum, Harry, 30 Broad St. 
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1S4 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YOBK. j 

NEW YORK CITY.' -Conlintterf. 

Roniids, Hatch, DiUing^ham &, Debevvise, 62 Cedar St. (Also San Joan. 
P. K.) Cable Ad. Roudeb. 

Konnds, Ralph 8. Mead, Robert O. 

Hatch, Eugene H. Neagle, Francig E, 

Dillinghain. Frank A. Barker, Stephen. 

Debevoifle, rhomas M. Paine. Eklward S. 
Rowo, John C, § 30 Chnroh St. Cable Ad. Eatwit. 
Roshmore, Bisbee & Stern, 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Allervick. 

Ruahmore, Chas. £. 

Bbbee, Eldon. 

Stem, Henry R. 

Callahan, Frank. 
Russell, Charles T., 15 DeySt. 
baokett. Chapman A Stevans, 154 Kaasan St. Cable Ad. Keewaidln. 

Sackett, Henry Woodward. 

Chapman, William P. , Jr. 

Stevens, Edward Livingston. 

Brown, Stanley D. 

Cros s, Haro ld L. _ 

Phillips, Percy W. 
Salter <& fcitemkamp, 140 Nassau St. 
Salter, A. Oldrin. \ 
Steinka m p, W illiam H. $ 

Unlandherm. John H. 
Steinkamp, Uerman. 
Steinkamp, Christopher. 
Satterlee, Canfield & Stone, 49 Wall St. Cable Ad. Satcan.| 
Satterlee, Herbert L. Canfield. George F. 
Stone, Harlan F. Hicks, K. Randolph. 
Smith, Arthur B. Frederick, Karl T. 
Jervey,'Hnger W. 

Alley, Rayford W. Voorheee, Traooy S. 

Seheohter <& Lotsob, 10 Wall St. 
Scheohter, Jacob. 
Lotech , John L. 

Miirse, Waldo G. {counsel, 
Schenck, Frederick P., 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Nvdeck. 
General J*rartiee. Special nttention ffiveti to iiUeregim of non-residents^ 

See Card in Appendix^ page 23)5. 
Selden, Walmsley &. Kuhlman, 61 Broadway. Cable Ad. Selwalkol. 

Selden, Stephen L. ('H5). 

Walmsley, Hardie B. ('05). 

Kohlman, Francis L. ('03). 
Shaffe r, Jacob H., 115 Broadway. Cable Ad, Shafwell. 

Pierson, Iloward O. 
Baldwin, Cornelius A. § 
Roob, Martin. 
Shattuck, Glenn, Huse & Ganter, 26 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. 

Shattuck, Edwin P. Huse, Robert Selden. [denshire. 

Glen n, Ga rrard. Ganter , Carl R . 

Walsh, WilHanTB^ Gl^ William L. 

Sheannan & Sterling, 55 Wall St. Cable Ad. NumlatU8.II 
Sterling, John W. 
Garver, John A. 
Beck, James M. 

Betts, (.\)rtland. 
Mead, Carl A. 
Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett, 62 Cedar St. Cable Ad. Xydsink. 
ISimpson, John W. Eddy, Charles B. 

Thacher, Thomas. Snmner, Graham, 

Bartlett, Philip G. Weathers, Niel A. 

Thacher, Alfred B. Humstone, Millard C. 
Workum, Julius F. Thacher, Thomas D. 
Schley, Reeve. 
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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 185 

MfiW YORK GITY.*~Coti<iniierf. 

Smith A Bowman, 38 Park Row. CaUe Ad. Smithbow. 

Smidi, Artemas B. § (*70). 

Bowman, Harold H. ('02). 

Bowman, WiUiara J. Cm. 
Spencer, Lloyd <& Wierum, 27 William St. Cable Ad. FIbrous. ' 

Spencer, Nelwin (). (*82). 
' Lloyd, hlerbert M. ('85). 

Wierom, Otto C« Jr. ('90). 
Spooner & Ck>tton, 14 Wall St. 

Spooner, John G. Spooner, Charles P. 

Cotton, Joeeph P. Fra nklin, Geo iye S. 

Savaee, George H. Gordon, Thnrlow M. 

Steele, De Frieee & Steele, 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Pottmark.| 

Steele, Hiram R. De Frieae, Lafayette H. 

Steele Porter. § 
Steele & Otis, 25 Broad St. Gable Ad. SteetOtl8.li 

Otis, Charles H. 

Otis, Harold. 

St owell, Harley L. 

Millard, Charles W. 
Stetson, Jennini(8 «& Russell, 16 Broad St. ^ Cable Ad. Stetson. 

Stetson, Francis Lynde. Jennings, Frederic B. 

Rosaell, Charles Howland. MaoVeagh, Charles. 

Greene, Edward R. McCnllua^h, Hall Park. 

WardwelL Allen. Mills, Ogden L. 

Cannon, William C. Reed, Lansing P. 

Gardiner, G^rge H. Denison, Winfred T, 

Stewart. Ira Bliss § ^78), New York Life Bldflr. Cable Ad. Irastttwart.!! 
Storey, Thorndike, Palmer <& Dodge, 25 Broad St. 

Storey, Moorfield, Ware, Henry. 

Thomaike, John L. Johnson, Reginald H. 

Palmer, Bradley W. Storey, Richard C. 

Dodge, Robert G. Motley, J. Lothrop. 

Davis, Harold S. 
Stover, Hall A Cnnningham, 27 William St. Cable Ad. 8tomalt.|i 

Storer, Martin L. 

Hall, William Edwin. 

.Canningham, Warren W, 
StraoBii, ReioE & Boyer, 141 Broadway. Cable Ad. Otmelite. 

Strauss. Chatles. 

Reich, Nathaniel D. 

Boyer, Eugene D. 
Strong «& CadwaMer, 40 Wall St. Cable Ad. Labellum.H 

See Cadwalader, Wiekersham 4" Tvifl. 
Snlliyan & CromweU. 49 Wall St. Cable Ad. Lady court.R 

Cromwell. William Nelson. Roseerantz, C'larke M. 

Curtis, William J. Tyndale, U. H. 

Jaretzki, Alfred. Victor, Royall. 

Sullivan, George H. Pierce, Henry H. 

HUl, Edward B. Corliss, WiUiam F. 

Boyesen, Hjalraar H. 
Swain, Chester 0., ( «« n««*.^«,o« 

Wellman. Guv, | ^ B««dway. 

Swenarton, W. H^ 2 Rector. Cable Ad. Tedeum. 

J^atetita and Patent Cause.B. 
Taf t A Sherman, 15 Williani St. Cable Ad. Aeglum. 

Shernuin, P. Tecumseh. 

Taft, Theodore M. § 
Taylor, Jackson, Brophy & Nash, 30 Pine St. Cable Ad. Summons. 

Taylor, Howard. Brophy, Charles B. 

Jackson, John G. Naiih, Stephen P. 

Taylor, Knowles A Hack, 165 Broadway. 

Taylor, David A. 

Knowles, Robert B. 

Hack, Otto A. 
Thayer A Van Slyke, 32 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Thayvan. 

Thayer, Aaron C. ('91). 

Van Slyke, Warren C. ('97). 
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186 ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 

NEW YORK CITY.*-- Contimied. 

ThxHDBS A Houf htoOf 111 Broadway. Gable A£u NypO|l9rd. 

Thomas, Hector W. HourhtoiL, An^tutas o. 

Taylor, John U. WoolBey, A. Shepard. 

Zeller, Hugo. 
TfaomMon, Freedman A Cooke, 2 WaU St. Cable Ad. Vandin^win.l 

Thompson, Henry. 

Freedman, Richiurd W. 

Cooke, Carleton Sprague. § 

Freedman, John J. {amnad), (Ad. Warlaw.ll 

Thompson (>9H), Warren ('01) & Pelgram ('96). 52 Wall St. Cable 

See Card in Appendix^ page 2^K5. 
Van Alstyne & Watrous, 2 liector St. 

Van Alstyne, William T. 

Watrous, Francis M. 
Vanderveer, Stephen L., 50 Pine St. Cable Ad. Arvander. 
Van Vorst, Maraball & Smith, 25 Broad St. CaUe Ad. Unminglecl. 

Van Vorst, Frederick B. Croaley, Ferdinand S. 

Marshall, J. Markham. Siegel, Alexander B. 

Smith, William Masod. Lynn, Koss W. 

Walradt & Blaney, 1^1 Broadway. 

Walradt, Arthur K. 

Blaney, Charles P. 
WaUh & Young, § 120 Broadway. Cable Ad. Avocat.il 

See Card in Appendix^ J?^^ ''^* 
Ward, Wilson & Hay den, 16 Exchange Place. Cable Ad. Northward.! 

Wihion, WilUam G- 

Hayden, Henry W. 

Po st, W. K. 

Jillson, Leon R. 
Wayland <& Bernard, 165 Broadway. 
Wayland, John Elton. 
Bernard, Robert W . 

Rnnyon, VV. Cleveland. 
Jalknt. Sydney S. 
Weadock, John C, 14 Wall St. Cable Ad. Weadinmln. 

^M^HeTbLrt J. } 31 Nassau St, Cable Ad. StaglJ. 
Whaley, W. Gibbes, § 27 William St. Cable Ad. Whalwalk. 
White, Howard £. ('97), Bank of Commerce Bldg., 31 Nassau St. Cable 
White & Case, 14 WaU St. Cable Ad. Whitecase. [Ad. Hewlaw. 

White, J. DuPratt. HartfieM, Joseph M. 

Case, George B. Smith, Leonard H. 

Fay, Charles J. Olds, Irvine 8. 

Walker, Roberts. Noyes, Perley H. 

Bennett; Joseph A. 
Whitridge, Bntler & Rico, 59 Wall St. Cable Ad. Abidance. 

Butler, Willard Parker. Rice, Edwin T. 

F renc h, J oh n. 

Chambers, Robert N. 
Whittlesey, Granville, 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Avelon. 
WiUiamson & Bayles, 115 Broadway. Cable Ad. WilbayittS. 

Bayles, Edwin Atkinson. 

Williamson, P liny W. 

Norris, Georjre. 
Wilson, Barker <& Wager, 48 Wall St. 
Barker, Frank. 
Wilson, Harris. 



Wager, Western W. 

& Rtt8S< 



Wing & Russell, 14 Wall St. 

Wing, Thomas E. Russell, Philip W. 

Whedon, Burt D. 

Smith, S. Sid ney (oonnsel ). 

Bennett, Richard, Jr. i5upre, William K., Jr. 
Sherman, Roger. Durkin, Edmund L. 

Winlihrop, Grenville B., Ill Broadway. Cable Ad. Qrenthrop. 
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m 



NEW YOBK CITY.* -Omttnued. 

Wmthrop&Stmifloii, 32 Liberty St. Cable Ad. Winstim. 
Wlnthrop, Krouson. Patnam, Albert W. 

Stiiiia<m, ileiarj L. Pavnef Charles T. 

WinthropvEffertouL., Jr. Roberts, Georse. 
Robbiiia, Francis L., Jr. Loomia, Alfrea L . 

Nourae« Charles J. EJots, Allen T. 

WoUmaii <& WoUman, '20 Broad St. Cable Ad. WoHman. 
Wollnian, Henrj. 
Wollman, Beajanun F. 
Kohn, Aohilks H. 
Wood, L. Hollingsworth § ('99), 20 Nassau St. Cable Ad. Kirwood. 
Wood, MacUhew W. § ('08), 2.S8 Broadway. 

See Card in Appendix, page 295. 
Wood, Cooke & Seitz, (» Wall St. Cable Ad. HowHo. 
Wood, Howard O. 
Cooke, Williani G. 
Seitz, Loan A. ^ 

Woodward, Shook <& Fiero, 2 Rector St. Cable Ad. Crashonk. 
Woodward, William L. 
Shonk, Herbert B. 
FierOfStephen C. 
Woz^^ester, Wiltiams A Saze, 30 Broad St. Cable Ad. Vicar. 
Worcester, Edwin D. Saxe, John O. 

Williams, Stephen 6. Bacon, Rogexs H. § 

Wurts, WiUiam H., 16 Brood St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 296. 
Young & Hug^hes, Two Kector St, . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 296. 
Zabriskie, Murray, Sage <& Kerr, 49 Wall St. Cable Ad. Zabray. 
Zabriskie, George. Sage, Dean. 

Mnrray, J. Archibald. Kerr, Albert B. 

Gray, Henry Q. Todd, WiHiam A. 

Comm'rs of Deeds, etc., Bdwln F, Corey, § 69 Wall St. 

See Card in Appendix^page 286, 
Geo. H. Corey, § 59 Wall St. 
See Card in Appendix, page 286. 
Commercial lAvr and Collections, U. Campbell Co., 140-142 Nassau St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 286. 
American Surety Co., 100 Broadway. 

See double-page Card in Appendix, pages 624 and 525. 
iiegistrar and Transfer Company, 120 Broadway. 

See Cards in Appendix, pages 628 and 529. 



PLACE. 



COUHTT. 



NAMES OP ATTOBNJEYS. 



Niagara Falls. 



Niagara. 



Korthport. Suffolk. 

North Tarrytown. Westchester. 
North Tonawanda. "Niagara. 



Tttttle (Geo. M.,'93) <fe Rice (Robert L.,'00). 
B^er to Power City Bank and. Bank of Niagara. 
Aokerly (N.) & Miles (R.). 
Refer to Tarrytown. 
Refer to ToDaivanda. 
Refer to Gloversville. 
Hubert L. Brown § ('95). 
David F. Lee § ('07). 
Refer to Mount Morris. 
Mortimer B. Patterson. 

See Card in Appendix, page 296. 
Refer to Phelps. [(Robert S., '05). 

Waterman § (Robert E., '75) & Waterman § 
Creighton S. Andrews § ('99). 

BeferB to tHrgt National Bank of Clean. 
H. W. Coley § (»H9). 
Owen C. Becker. § 
Refer to Greenport. 
Refer to Phelps. 
Frank L. Yonng. 
Ellas H. Foley $ ('98). 

Keffrra to anif Bonk in Oswego. 
King§ (Thos. H.,'an), Bentley § (Norman S., 

'94) A O'Connor § (John K., '12). 

Refer to any Bauk in €}»tveqo. 
Morehouse § (David P., '73), Mizen § (Edwin 

J., '01) & Morehouse § (D. Page, Jr., '06). 

Mefer to any Bnnk 4n Oewego, 

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Northrilla. 
Norwich,* 

^foada. 
Nyack. 

^hka Comers, 
(h^densbnrg. 

OoeMia. 
Oaieaiiu. 
Orient 
Or 



Oswego.* 



Fulton. 
Chenango. 

Livingsrion. 
Rockland. 

Ontario. 

St. liliwrence, 

Cattaraugus. 

Madison. 

Otsego. 

Suifolk. 

Ontario. 

Westchester. 

Oswego. 



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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 



PLAGE. 

Oswego Falls. 

Otego. 

Ovid» 

Owego.* 

Oxford. 

Oyster Bay. 

Pumyra. 

Patohogne. 

Pawling. 

PeekskiU. 

PenD Yan.» 

Perry. 

Phelps. 

Philmont. 

PhoBnix. 

Piermont. 

Pine Plains. 

Plattsburg.* 

Pleasantville. 
Port Bjjrron. 
Port Chester. 
Port Henry. 
Port Jefferson. 
Port Jervis. 
Port Riohmond. 
(Part qf New 
Potsdam. 



ooumnr. 

Oswego. 

Otsego. 

8eneoa. 

Tioga. 

Chenango. 

Naasan. 

Wayne. 

Suffolk. 

Dutchess. 

Westchester. 

Yates. 

Wyoming. 

Ontario. 

Columbia. 

Oswego. 

Rockland. 

Dutchess. 

CUnton'. 

Westchester. 

Cayuga. 

Westdiester. 



Suffolk. 
Orange. 
Richmond; 
York City.) 

St. Lawrence. 



ITAMBS OF ATlOBirXTS. 

Refer to Fulton. 

Refer to Oneonta. 

John M. tSutton. 

Andrews § (Albert S., '03) A Ellis § (William 

Millard Loomis. [Q., '05). 

R. W. Duvall. 

Geo. S. Linklepaugh. 

R. S. Pelletrean.^ 

Downing & Lessing. 

Couch & Couch. 

George S. Sheppard. § 

L. A. Walker. 

Earle 8. Warner § ('05). 

Refer to Chatham. 

I. P. Betta. 

Refer to Nyack. 

Adelbert Haigkt. 

Shedden § (John S., '09} <& Pierce ( W. £., '14). 

Charles J. Vert <H)K). 

Jonathan Holden § ('03). 

Refer to Auburn. {Bums § (R. L.,'12). 

Peck i.(J. A., '84), Schmidt (F. G., '0») & 

Edw. T. Stokes. 

Geo. £. Darling. 

C. E. § ('73) & 8. M. Cuddeback § ('01). 

Refer to New Brighton. 

Frank L. CuUey. 



POUGHKEEPSIEL* Dutchess Codhtt. Pop. 32,080. 

Wilkinson, Robert ('98), 236 Main St. 

Corporationa, Trials, Meal JSstate, Probate, 
Attorney fkn* New YorU Central Railroad Co, 

See ijaard in Appendix^ pagt 296. 



Prattsburg. 
Pulaski.* 
Randolph. 
Red Hook. 
Rensselaer. 



Rhinebeck. 
Richfield Springs. 
Richmond.* 

(Part qf New York City.) 
Riverhead.* Suffolk. 



Steuben. 

Oswego. 

Cattaraugus. 

Dutchess. 

Rensselaer. 

Dutchess. 

Otsego. 

Richmond. 



James Flaherty. 

F. J. Davis. 

A. R. Conley. 

Harry Arnold. 

Thomas F. McDermott (\)2). 

A. Lee VVafiper 

William T. W'elden § ('05). 

Refer to New Brighton. 

N. O. P^tty. 



ROCHESTER.* Mombor Ck>UMTT. Pop. 240,000. 

Abbott, John B. § ('80), 814 Powers Block. Cable Ad. Abblaw. 

See Card in Appendix, page 297. 
Burns § ('77) & Burns ('10), 509-^10 Wilder Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 297. 
Carnahan, Adams, Jameson & Pierce, Wilder Bldg. 
Cotmttel fur Union Tru»t Company, of Jioche»ter» 

See Card in Appendix, page 296. . 

Colt, Frederick W., § 9(>9 Wilder Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 298. 
Greene, James G. § ('88), 604 Powers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 298. 
Harris, Beach, Harris & Matson, 15 Rochester Say. Bank Bld^. 

See Card in Appendix, ptige 298. 
Havens & Havens, 1015 Insurance Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 298. 
Hubbell, Taylor, Goodwin & Moser, 919 Insurance Bldg. 
Couttsfl for JAncoltt National lianh of Rochester, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 2J)8, 
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189 



ROCHESTER.* Monroe Couimr. — Continued, 

JudBon, Junius R. ('01)^ 811-^14 WUder Bldg. . . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 29d. 
Lee. Williani B^ '61 iSUte bt. 
McGulre & Wood, 910 Lisiirance Bldg. Cable Ad. Macwood.fl 

See Card in Appendix^ page 299. 
Peck & Whitbeck, 17-18 Eiwood Bmldiug. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 301. 
Plumb <'9U) & Plumb (*98>, (il2 & 615 Wilder Bldg. 

Care f Hi attention given eoliertiona and bankruptcy nuUtere. 

See Card in Appendix, page 2«9. 
Poole. Harry Otis § (*9ti), 338 & li&d Powers Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 300. 
Rippey, Harlan W. § ('03), 814 Powers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 301. 
Stall, Shedd $ A Morse, 822 Powers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 301. 



Webster, George Y. § Cp), 303 Wilder Bldg. 

See Card in Aopenqix, page 301. 
Wellington ('96) & Millard (*9H), Rochester Sav. Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 301. [Cable Ad. Wellington. 

Wile (76), Ovlatt (*00) & Oilman, Snite 1232 Granite Building. 

See Card in Appendix, pog^ 302. 
Willianvs, Charles M. (76;, 709 & 710 Wader Building. 



PLACE. COUKTT. 

Rockrille Center. Nassau. 
Rome. Oneld»K 



Rondout. 

Kouse's Point. 

Rye. 

St. .JohnsTJQle. 

Sackett^B Harbor. 

>Sa? Harbor. 

Salamanca. 

Sali^ni. 

.Sandj Creek. 

i^anllac Lake. 



Ukter. 

Clinton. 

Westchester. 

Montgomery. 

Jefferson. 

Suffolk. 

Cattaraugus. 

Washington. 

Oswego. 

Franklin. 



NAMES OF ATTORMETS. 

Earl J. Bennett. 
McMahon & McMahon. 

See Card in Appendix, page 302. 
Refer to Kingst^on. 
^Refer to Plattsburg. 
nefer to Port Chester. 
E. U. Hall. 
Refer to Watertown. 
Wm. C. Greene. 

Dowd (T. H., '83) & Quigley (J., P., '02). 
Frank C. Brown. 
Refer to Pulaski. 
Charles S. Thurston $ ('98). 



SARATOGA SPRINGS. Sabatoga County. Pop. 12,693. 

Henning ('06) & Eddy ('(H), 400 Broadway. 

See Card in Appendix, page 303. 
Lester, O. S. & C. C, ;360 Broadway. 

Xicster, Charles C. (73). 

Lester, James W. § ('81). 



^nferties. 

baTTiUe. 

^nagiitieoke. 



Ulster. 

Suffolk. 

Rensselaer. 



Frederick £. W. Darrow. 
Refer to Patchogue. 
Refer to Hoosick Falls. 



SCHENECTADY.* Scbenectadt County. Pop. 80,386. 

Landon, Robert J. § ('83), 123 State St. 

See Card in Appendix, page. 302. 
Naylon ('86), Robinson ('00) & Maynard ('09), 273 State St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 303. 



^beoems. 

"dioharie.* 

^eb■JlervlIle. 

><eateTiIIe. 

^BscaFaOs. 

^Ittnm Springs. 

>^}ter Isluid. 

''wbame. 

^^wCreA. 



Otsego.^ 

Schoharie. 

Saratoga. 

Monroe. 

Seneoa. 

Schoharie. 

Suffolk. 

Chenango.. 

Chautjkuqua. 



James P. Friery. 

C. B. Mayham, 

William S. Ostrander. 

Refer to Rochester. [liam S., § '8M. 

MaoDonald Bros. (Clarence A., § 'H4, and Wil- 

Refer to Cobleskill. 



Refer to Greenport. 
Ward N. Truesdall $ ('04). 
Carl B. Livemiore. 
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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 



PLACE. 

Sinclairville. 

Skoneateles. 

Sodas. 

Southampton. 

Sottthold. 

SpafkiU. 

SpriiMr Valley. 

SprinpUle. 

Stamford. 

Stapleton. 



OOUSIT. 

Chaatanqna. 

Onondaga. 

W^ne. 

Suffolk. 

Suffolk. 

Rockland. 

Rockland. 

Erie. 

Delaware. 

Richmond. 



(Fart of New York City.) 

Stillwater. Saratoga. 

Suffem. Rockland. 



HAlfBB OF AtTOKVXTS. 

Refer to Dunkirk. 

F. £. Stone. 

Kelly (H. L.) A KeUy (M. M.). 

Refer to Sag Harbor. 

Refer to Greenport. 

Refer to NyacK. 

J. W. Sherwood. 

£. A. Scott. 

Andrus (G. L.) A McNaagbt (A. J.). 

Refer to New Brighton. 

Refer to Mechanicsrille. 
Refer to Nyaok* 



SYRACUSE.* Onondaga Codjtpt. Pop. 146,583. 

[Barwel.j 
Barnum & Wells, 603-005 DiU&ye Memorial Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 303. 
Chapman, Newell & Crane, Eighth floor, City Bank B^g. 

General Counarl for City Bttnk of Syracuse: l*U'rcr, Jt«c<f«>#- ^ 

l^ieree Mfg* Corp,, Syracuse and y. ¥. City;Watson H«i{/o«* Co., 

Can€utotaf N.T.f Iroquois I*ublie Service Corp,, Syracume, A', y. 

Chapman, Levi S. 

Newell, Harry E. 

Crane, Harley J. 
Goodelle, Young, Fanner, Harding ADaly, First Nat. Bank BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, page30Q, 
Hancock^ Spriggs & Hancock, Onondaga Co. Sav. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, pat^ 304. 
tiee & Brewster, 704-705 Dillaye Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 304. 
Lennox, Prank It, § (»00), 923-931 University Block. 

See Card in Appendix, page 304. 
McGowan & Stolz, 339 Onondaga Co. Say. Bank Bldg. 
Bankruptetf tnatters and cornmerclnl iitigation, 

Stolz, Be nja min. 

McGowan, Joseph R. § 

Levy, T. A. 

Conan, M. E. 

Flanagan, A. C. 
Oot, Lay & Dunsnfoor, § 304 Union Building. 
JRefer to any Hank in Syracuse, 

Oot, Albert J. 

Lay, Merwin W. 

Dansraoor, Harry A. § 
Page & King, Suite 201 Sedgwick, Andrews A Kennedy Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, pa^e 304. 
Stilwoll, Viall & Stilwell, 331 Union Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 305. 
Thomson & Byrne, 311 S^gwick, Andrews A Kennedy Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 305. 
Tracy ('80), Chapman S ('97) & Tracy ('91), 23-2f) Syracuse Sav. Bank 

See Card in Appendix, page 305. [Bldg. Cable Ad. Trachap.H 

Vann & Tuck, Suite r)04-50() Dillaye Memorial Bldg. 
Oeneral Civil I*racfice, 

Vann, Irving D. 

Tuck, John B. 

Vann, Irving O. {counsel). 
Waters & Hodges, First National Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. Lagua.|| 

See Card in Appendix, page 305. 
White, Cheney & Shlnaman, 16, etc., White Memorial Building^. 
General Civil i'rortioe. 

White, Horace ('90). Cheney, Jerome L. ('84). 
Shinaman, Charle s E. ('9 1) . 

Melvin. Crandall. Carr, Clinton S. 

Wilson & Ryan, Fourth floor, Third Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Counsel for Third National Bank, 
See Card in Appendix, page 306. 

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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 141 

PLAGB. OOOHTV. MAMSB OF ATTOBNBT8. 

Tanjtowii. Westchwter. H. H. & W. L. Mone. §. 

Theresa. Jefferson. Paul £. Porter. 

Ticonderoga. Kaeex. Leroy Lockwood. 

Tompkinsville. Riehmond. Refer to New Brvhton. 

i Part of New York City.f 

ToDawanda. Erie. J. K. Patton. 

TotteoTille. Riehnumd. Refer to New Brighton. 

(Part of New York City,) 

TROT.* Rbnbsblabb Couzttt. Pop. 70,813. 

Betts § ('92) & Draper § ("98), 16 First St. Cable Ad. Bedra. 
General J^raetiee., 

See Card in Appendix, page 306. 
Finder, Anthony P. § (*90X mi Cannon Plaoe. 

AtUtmeyfai^ AmerietwH Surety Co, Mefereio ony Bm^tc in Troy. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 306. 
Palmer, Roy H. § (^06), 202 Gannon Place. 

G oneml VifU J'^nrtice, Jtefers to any JBaniu 
See Card in Appendix^ page 306. 
Speck, Henry J., National State Bank Bldg. 
General Civil Practice, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 306. 

Tramansburg. Tompkins. L. J. Wheeler. 

Tuckahoe. Westchester. Refer to White Plains. 

Unadilla. Otsego. Charles C. Flaesch. 

Tnion. Broome. Refer to Binghamton. 

Union Springs. Cayuga. Refer to Auburn. 

UTICA.* Oneida Cocntt. Pop. 83,553. 

Cookinham, Frederick H., 68 Utica City Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page tiOl. 
Dunmore ('71)^, Ferris ^93) & Dewey ('10), Homestead Aid Building. 

See Card tn Appendix^ page 307. 
Hart, Stevenson, Walton & Senior, 507 Mayro Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix., page 307, [Sen hart. 

Kernan & Kernan, Deyereux Block. 

See Card in Appendix., page 308. 

Kernan, John D. Keinan, Francis E. 

Kernan, Walter N. Kernan, Waruick J. 

Lewis ('76), Foley ('01) & Foley ('05), 36 Mann Bldg. 

See- Card in- Appendix, page 308. 
Lynch, WilKa & Titus, 44-47 Utfca City Nat. Bank Bldg. 
ji.ttomeysfor Utica City National Bank. 

Lynch, J. DeP. § 

Willis, Emerson M. § 

Titus, Charles T. 
Martin C91) &, Jones ('fl6), 1^22 Mann Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ poge 308. 
Miller & Uubbell, 301-306 Mayro Building. 
Attomeye for Utica Tntst <fr Deposit Company, Oneida National Bank, 
Oneida County Trfist Co., The Savings Bank of Vtiea. 

Miller, Chas. A. ('92). 

Hubbell, James F . ('99). 

Mason, Charles B. 

Judson, James D. 

Doolittle, Eben S. 

Erans. Arthur L. 
Seavey, William E., 100-102 Paul Building. 

5^ Card in Appmdir, page 308. 
Slioles & Nortom 113 Paul Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 308. 

Valade. Columbia. Refer to Hudson. 

Valley Falls. Rensselaer. Refer to Troy. 

Walden. Orari^. James B. Qraham § ('08). 

^?altoll. Delaware. Faucher & Faucher. 

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ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK. 



PLACE. OOCJNTT. 

WampBville.^ .Madison. 
Wappinger^s FallB. Dutchess. 

Warsaw.* Wyoming. 

Warwick. Onuige. 

Waterford. Saratogra. 

Waterloo.* 8eneoa. 



NAMES OF ATTOBNSTS. 

Refer to Oneida. 

Refer to Poaghkeepsie. 

Elmer £. Charles ^84). 

Kane (M. N., '781 & IStage § (L. J., »94). 

Thomas 0*Connd». 

Geo. F. Bodine. 



WATERTOWN.* Jbffbbson CJoumty. Pop. 27,400. 

CarUsle ('89) & Brown ('10), 406 Sherman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 309. 
Cobb & Cossrove, 30-32 bavings Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 309. 

Cobb, George H. ('91). 

Cosgrove, Delos M. § ('01). 
Pnrcell, Cullen & Purcell, 50 Bank A Loan Bldg. 
lAteal cout»»el N, F. C A H, K, Railroad Co* 

See Card in Appendix^ pog^ ^09. 

Purcell, Henry ('76). Gullen, Francis E. 

Purcell, Francis K. § ('Ol). Purcell, Henry, Jr. 

Purcell, John C. 



Waterville. 

Watervliet. 

Watkins.* 

Waverly. 

Weedsport. 

Wellsville. 

Westchester. 



Oneida. 

Albany. 

Sohuyler. 

Tioga. 

Cavnga. 

Allegany. 

Westchester. 



(Part qfNew York City,) 
West ClarksyiUe. Allegany. 
Westfield. 



WhitehaU. 

White Plains.* 

Whitney Point. 

Wolcott. 

WoodhulL 

Worcester. 

Yonkers. 



Chautauqua. 

Washington. 

Westchester. 

Broome. 

Wayne. 

Steuben. 

Otsego. 

Westchester. 



Weller & Smith. 
B. W. Knower ('96). 
O. T. Nye. 
F. E. Hawkes. 
Refer to Auburn. 
J. L. Grantier. 
Refer to New Rochelle. 

Refer to Cuba. 
Ottawav & Munson. 
O. A. DenniB. 
Frederick W. Clark § ('87). 
Refer to Binghamton. 
O'Brien & Thompson. 

Refer to Addison. 

Refer to Schene?us. . [W., '82). 

Reevs (Gabriel, '82) A Scmgbam § (William 



ATTORNEYS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Capital, Raleigh. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACE. 



Aberdeen. 

Albemarle.* 

Angier. 

Ashboro.* 

Aurora. 



couirry. 

Moore. 

Stanly. 

Harnett. 

Randolph. 

Beaufort. 



NAMES or ATTOBKETS. 



Johnson § (J. McN., '90) & Johnson § (J. T., 
R. L, Smith. ['1^). 

Refer to Dnnn. 
H. M. Robbins. 
Refer to Washinfifton. 



ASHEVILLE.* Buncombe County. Pop. 18,762. 

Bourne ('00), Parker ('94) & Morrison ('08), Pack Square. 
Refer to an^ Bank or Tr%*st Co, in A^heville, 

See Card tn Appendix, page 309. 
Jones § ('84) & Wlllianis ('07), 417-22 Legal Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 309. 
Merrick, Duff ('88), Legal Building. 

Se« Card in Appendix, page 310. 
Merrlmon ('88), Adams ('04 and '06) & Johnston ('04), 15 Chnjcch 2>t. 

See Card in Appendix, page 310. 

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ATTOBNETS IN NOBTB CAROLINA. 



UZ 



PLACK. 

BakeisTille.* 

Bsttkbaro. 

Ba^boro* 

Beaufort.* 

BeUuiTen. 

Benson. 

Boone.* 

BieTard.* 

Bi^son Citv.* 

Bnies Creek. 

Biirpw.* 

Buungton. 

BomariUe.* 

CemdeD.* 

Canton. 

Carthage.* 



.OOUSTT. 

MiteheU. 

Edgeeombe A Naah, 
Pamlioo. 
Carteret. 
Beanfort. 

Johnston. 

Watauca. 

Transylvania. 

Swain. 

Harnett. 

Pender. 

Alamanoe. 

Yancey. 

Camden. 

Haywood. 

Moore. 



NAMES or ATTOKXSTS. 

John C. McBe^. 

Refer to Rocky Moont. 

Refer to New Bern. 

Julias F. Duncan. 

Use Simmons (N. L.) A Vanghan § (W. L.) 

of Washington. 
Refer to Dunn. 

F. A. Linney. ['95), 

Gash i (Robert L., '-06) & Breese § (Wm. £., 
Biyson (T. D.) A Black (S. W.). 
Reter to Dunn. 
Refer to Wilmington. 
£. S. W. Dameron ('07). 
Watson A Watson. 
Refer to Elizabeth City. 
T. A. Chirk § CU). 
W. L. Spence. 



CHABLOTTB.* MECiU.B>rBUBa CouKTT. Pop. 49^)60. 

CanBler (*87) & Caosler ('12), 217-222 Law Building. 

See Card in Avpendix, page 310. 
darkson ('84) & Taliaferro ('12), 101-103 Law Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Set Card in Appendix^ page 310. [Clarkdills. 

McNinch ('99) & Justice ('01), 112-116 Lawyers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 311. 
Pharr ('89) & Bell ('89). 211-213 Law Bldg. 

See Card in Appenaix<, page 311. 



Clayton. 

Clinton.* 

Clyde. 

Coats. 

Columbia.* 

Columbiia.* 

Coneord.* 

Cumberland. 

Cnrtitock. 

Dallaa. 

I^nbury.* 

DobsMi.* 

Duke. 

Domu 

Durham.* 



Edenton.* 

Edward. 

Eliiabeth City-* 

Elisabethtown.* 

Elk Park.* 

Enfield. 

Payetteville.* 

Franklin.* 

Franklinton. 

Oastoma.* 

OatenTiOe.* 

Goldsboro.* 



Graham* 
Greensboro.* 

Greenrille.* 

Hali&x.* 

Hamlet. 

Hayesville.* 

Henderson.* 

HendersonTiIle.* 

Hertford.* 



Johnston. 

Sampson. 

Haywood. 

Harnett, 

Tyrrell. 

Pqlk. 

Caharras. 

Cumberland. 

Currituck. 

€bston. 

Steves. 

Surry. 

Harnett. 

Harnett. 

Durham. 

Chowan. 

Beaufort. 

Pasauotank. 

Blaaen. 

Avery. 

Halifax. 

Cumberland. 

Macon. 

Franklin. 

Oastou. 

Gates. 

Wayne. 



Alamance. 
Guilford. 



Fitt. 

Halifax. 

Richmond. 

Clay. 

Vanoe. 

Henderson. 

Perquimans. 



Refer to Selma. 

Geo. £. Butler. 

Refer to Waynesrille. 

Refer to Dunn. 

M. Majette. 

Refer to HendersonTiIle. 

L. T. Hartsell ('95). 

Refer to Fayetteville. 

Refer to Elizabeth City. 

Refer to Gastonia. 

J. D. Humphrey. 

Refer to Mount Airy. 

Refer to Dunn. 

R. L. Godwin. [FuUer (F. L., Jr., '16). 

Fuller (Jones, '99), Reade (R. P., '03) A 

See Card in Appendix^ page 311. 
Pttiden (W. D., *69) A Pruden § (J. N., '95). 
Refer to Washington. 
E. F. Aydlatt. 
J. A. Lyon ('13). 
Refer to Lenoir. 
R. C. Dunn. 
Cook & Cook. 

Johnston (F. S., '92) A Horn (A. W., '96). 
Refer to Louisburg. 
O. F. Mason A Son. 
A. P. Goodwin. 
Lanffston (J. D., '05), Allen <M. H., '06) 

& Taylor (W. F., '14). 
AW y for I*eopU» Banhf J>urham A Southern JK'y. 
£. S. Parker, Jr. 
Brooks, Sapp & Kelly. 

See Card in Appendix , page 312. 
Albion Dunn. 
Refer to Weldon. 
Refer to Rockingham. 
Refer to Murphv. 
A. A. <& J. C. ZoUiooffer. 
Michael Schenck. 
Charles Whedbee. 



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144 



ATTORNErS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



VAMM OF ATTOBNKYB. 

Self <& Bagbr. 

Robenon ( Wesooti, '98), Barnhart § (C. C, 

'07) A Smith (Juliua C, '15). 
Graham <& Graham. 
Refer to FayetteTilie. 
Refer to Monroe. 
Refer to Weldon. 
Frank Thompson. 
G. L. Park. 
L. A. Beaaley. 
G, V. Cowper. 

Gibson, Weatherspoon & Rnmell. [XKIK 

WakefieldjLawrenee, '86) & Williams (B. F., 
Phillips (Wade H., '04) & Bower (John C, 
Refer to Dunn. ['05). 

C. £. Childs. 
W. H. Yarborooffh. 
Mclntyre, Lawrence <& PftMior. 
Refer to Keidsville. 
Refer to Columbia. 
Hadfpns A Watson. 
P. A. McElroy. 
Refer to Monroe. 
Refer to Lumberton. 
£. L. Gaither. 

Armfield (Frank. '94) A Adams (H. B., '05). 
Refer to Statesviile. 

Avery (Isaac T., '80) & Erriu (Wm. C, 'flO). 
Carter & Carter. ['08). 

Winbome (B. B.,'7d) <fe Winbome (Stanley, 
M. W, Bell CIK)). 
Refer to Rocky Monnt. 
Moore & Dunn. 
Walter C. Feimster ('96). 
Refer to Wilkesboro. 
B. S. Royster. 
Refer to Washington. 
Refer to Washington. 
R. H. Hayes. 
W. M. Barnes, Jr. 
J. W. Cnrrie. 

John W. Hinsdale ('66). 
A.tt*yforJt, G, IHtm and Brndatremtm. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 313. 
IJames H. Pou ('86). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 318. 
Refer to Lumberton. 
H. R. Scott. 
Refer to Murphy. 
Refer to Fayetteville. 

John P. Cameron. ['83). 

Bunn S (James P., '02) & SproiU (F. S., 

See Card in Appendix^ page 313. 
Refer to Lumberton. 
W. D. Merritt. 
Solomon Gallert ('93). 
Linn & Linn.^ 
Refer to Rale]8:h. 
Ashby W. Dunn. 

Ray & Cockerham. ['01). 

Rvbum (Robert L., '86) & Hoey (Clyde R., 
Wellons (Jan. A., '90) <& Wellons (£. J., '11). 
J. P. Frizzelle. 
Refer to Wilmington. 
R. A. Doufi^hten. 
Ivie, Trotter & Johnston. 
H. P. Grier. 
Refer to Fayetteville. 
Refer to Waaliington. 

t Compiler of our Synopsia of the Taws of Xorth Carolina. 
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PLACB. 


OOUirTY. 


Hickory. 


CatHwba. 


High Point. 


Q,uilford. 


Hillsboro.* 
Hope Mills. 
Indiantrail. 


Orange. 
Camberland. 


Union. 


Jackson.* 




Jackaonyille.* 


Onslow. 


Jefferson.* 


Ashe. 


Kenans ville.* 


Duplin. 


Kinston.* 


Lenoir. 


Lanrinburg.* 


Scotland. 


Lenoir.* 


Caldwell. 


Lexington.* 


Davidson. 


Lillington.* 
liinoointon.* 


Harnett. 


Lincoln. 


Louisbnrg.* 


Franklin. 


Lumberton.* 


Robeson. 
Rockingham. 


Madison. 


Mauteo.* 


Dare. 


Marion.* 


McDoweU. 


MarsbaU.* 


Madison. 


MazshTille. 


Union. 


Bfazton. 


Robeson. 


MocksviUe.* 


Davie. 


Monroe.* * 


Union. 


Mooresville. 


Iredell.. 


Morganton.* 


Burke. 


Mount Airy. 


Surry. 


Murfreesboro. 


Hertford. 


Murphy.* 
Nashvule.* 


Cherokee. 


Nash. 


New Bern.* 


Craven. 


Newton.* 


Catawba. 


Northwilkeeboro. 


WUkes. 


Oxford.* 


Granville. 


Pantego.' 


Beaufort. 


Pine town. 


Beaufort. 


Pittsboro.* 


Chatham. 


Plymouth.* 


Washington. 


Raeford.* 


Hoke. 


Raleigh.* 


Wake. 


Red S]>ring9. 


Robeson. 


Reidsville. 


Rockingham. 


Robbinsyille.* 


Graham. 


Rockfish. 


Cumberland. 


Rockingham.* 


Richmond. 


Ilocky Mount. 


Nash & Kdge- 




combe. 


Rowland. 


Robeson. 


Roxboro.* 


Person. 


Rutherfordton.* 


Rutherford. 


Salisbury.* 


Rowan. 


Sanford.* 


Jjee. 


Scotland Neck. 


Halifax. 


Selma. 


Johnston. 


Shelby.* 


Cleveland. 


.Sinithfield.* 
Snow Hill.* 


Johnston. 


Greene. 


Southport.* 


Brunswick. 


Sparta.* 


Alleghany. 


Spray. 


Rockingham. 


StatesTille.* 


Iredell. 


Stedman. 


Cumberland. 


Swan Quarter.* 


Hyde. 



ATTORNEYS IN NORTH CAROUNA. 



145 



PI.AOX. 


COUKTT. 


KAMEB OF AIITOKKKT8. 


SrWa.* 
Tarboio.* 


Jackaon. 


Moore (Walter £., '80) A Moore (Tom, '11). 


Edgeeombe. 


Alabrook & PhilUpa. 


TaylowTiUe* 


Alexander. 


J. H. Burke. 


ThomasTille. 


DaridaoD. 


H. R. Kyser. 


Trenton** 


Jonea. 


Refer to New Bern. 


TroT» 
Wade. 


Cumberlana. 


B, T. Poole. 


Refer to Fayetterille. 


Waaeeboro.* 


Anaon. 


Robinaon, Caudle & Pmett. 
Refer to Raeford. 


Wacnm. 


Scotland. 


Wanenton.* 


Warren. 


Buxton B. Williama f ('05). 


Washington.* 


Beaufort. 


Small, McLean, Bragaw A Rodman. 


Wazhaw. 


Union. 


Refer to Monroe. 


Wayneaville.* 
Wetater.* 


Haywood. 
Jaekaon. 


Morgan A Ward. 


Refer to WaynetTiIle. 
W. £. Daniel. 


WeMon. 


Halifax. 


Wentworth.* 


Rookingfaam. 


Refer to Reidaville. 


Whitaker's. 


Edgeoombe A Naah. Refer to Rocky Mount. 


WhiteriUe* 


Cotunxbna. 


1. B. Tneker. 


Wilkedioro.* 


Wilkea. 


Hackett A (Hlreath. 


Williamston.* 


Martin. 


Wheeler A Martin. 


Wllminstoii.* 


New Uanover. 


J. O. Cftrr (»96). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 314. 
Rountree (Gleorge, '79) & Davis (Thomaa 

W., '00). Cable Ad. Roundavcar. 






• 




See Card- in Appendix^ page 314. 
H. G. Connor, Jr. ("98). 


WIlflOB.* 


WllaoB. 


IVhidaor* 


Boiie. 


Winalon A Matthewa. 


WiBstoB-Siaeiii. 


.*For»7tli. 


IJndaay Patterson ('81). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 311. 


Winton.* 


Hertford. 


J. £. Vann. 


Yadkinville.* 


Yadkin. 
Caswell. 


S. C. Williama. 


YaneejrTiJle.* 


E. F. Upchurch. 


VonngBviUe. 


Franklin. 


Refer to I^niabunr* 



ATTORNEYS IN NORTH DAKOTA. 

Capital^ Bismarck. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

NAlfEa OF ATTORNKTS. 

Refer to Harvay. 

Hugo P. Remington $ ('07). 

Keohane § (John, '04) A Jonea § (Mark F., '10). 

Refer to Cando. 

Miller (Andrew), Zuger § (Alfred, '94) A 
Tillotson (B. P.). 

Weeks § (J. J., '98) A Mourn § (Erick, '08). 

Refer to Kenmare. 

Scow § (Emil, '02) & Young § (H. C, '13). 

Refer to Hillaboro. 

Kehoe § (J. J., »97) A Moaeley § (W. T., '03). 

Geo. H. Stillman. 

J. F. Callahan § ('00). 

H. B. Spiller § ('02). 

Refer to Washburn. 

Benjamin Tufte. 

Refer to Kenmare. [R.). 

Cuthbert (Frederic) & Smytbe (Arthur 
Jte/afl-ffMtfea ; Anff bank or banhffr in eity ; (ienerml UtUiHee 
Corporation ; Minneapolis, St, J'aul, Sauite Sie. Marie 
MaUway Co,f Bovey-Shut^ T/umher Co., Noris JAunbor Co, 

Flynn S (Edw. F„ '96) & Traynor § (Fred 

[J., •04). 
€^lteeHon9, adjustments, Utigation eared for in any part of state, 
. . . . Atpy'tfor Qli toeal raitroads* Jtefprenee: First Hat. Bank, 

II Uae Western Union Telegraph Code. 

If* earrespanding, mentUm Ha1>bell*s. It promaieB aerviee^ 



PULCX. 


OOUWTT. 


Anamoose. 


MoHenry. 
Mcintosh. 


Ashley.* 


Beach.* 


Golden Valley. 


Biabee. 


Towner. 


Bismarck.* 


Burleigh. 


Bottinean* 


Botfanean. 


Bowbells.* 


Burke. 


Boiwman.* 


Bowman. 


Caledonia. 


Traill. 


Cando.* 


Towner« 


Caini^cton.'' 


Foster. 


Casselton. 


Caas. 


CaraUer.* 


Pembina. 


CsBter.* 


OUtot. 


Gooperstown.* 


Grim. 


Cftieby.* 


Divide. 


DevU's Lake.* 


Bamsby. 



ATTORNEYS IN OHIO. 
CANTON.* Stabk CoLinT. Pop. 61,aBS. 

BUke, Joseph M. i ('RT), 300^110 Sohmefar filaok, 

"ara in Appaidix, 



Card in Apptndii, paue 318. [Uldg, 

" ~ '('»».FImpIe('8i)ALyiicIi<'16),SnU»l-5SeWf« 
AppatdixipagtSn. 

u-igr. ATuiatroiiK, HcCllutock Jt R«iiuberg«r, Fint Nat. 

8te Card in Appendix, page 317. [Buk BUs. 



Pom«r«ne, Ambler & ^m«r«n»,6S6-63l R«Dkert Bldr. 

SttCard- ' -'-■ 



Cardiugton. Horrov. Refer to Mount Gileid. 

Cuey. W;«odDt. H. 0. CharaberB. 

CanolltCHi.* CarroU. McDonald & OBleraa, 

Celina.* Menier. John W. Loree. 

Chagna PkUa. CoTdtuiea. EUfar to Clevalam], 

Cfaudun.* 0«)uwu K. B. PMeUo { CW). 

Chiouo Jonctjon. Huron. Frank Carpenter. 

CUiUioatlw.- Ron. Geo. B. Bilaer { (Te). 



CINCliraATI." Hamiliok Cocmtt. Pop. S(vi,5Bl. 

Arcber, B. T. (<9e), Atlaa Bank Bldg., 51S Walunt St. 

Ute Card In Apptndiz, page 31B, [CaverV.l 

Avery, Coleman j ('!»), HIIHilH Fint Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Barnes, Harrjr C, 121)^19 Union Trust Bldg. 

Sft Card in Apptndiz, pagt 319. 
Beckman, Vincent H., »nite 161T Fint Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Sre Card in AppfndtT. paffe Slfl, 
BetUager. Scbmltt & Krela, 40, 41, A ^ Atlaa Bank Bmldimc. 

.See CW in Appendix, page 31fl. IBrink.l] 

Brink, Edward H., Sichdi floor, FonrUi Nat. B'k Bldg. Cable Ad. 
lenerol Clelt l-rartlet In alt Courlt. l-rompi aitemiiom girm Ib A«><»m* d/ «»>•- 
T««Me»t<. Hatariea in Offrr. DepomUUm lakm. HeferMto ; Kne yorki CU- 
tn-i-CrHlml Nat. Bk. CltieinniUl; Hrnitul, Fourti.itMi ftrth-TMixl Kml. 
Jtlu., rHe. Superiw CettteHi Co., TAe Oraf-MorMbaeh Co., and The WhUakrr 
rnperCo. Altm al othrr pninl: 

Se e Card in Appendix, page 320^ 



Kinchhoff. W. A. MarekvurthiJohn W. 

Sadliar, John W. Folej, Carl T. 

Fattenon, B. fi. 
re & CIuj tuu, t...->ua 403, 404 A 405 Bell Bkiok. 

See Card in Apiir'i'iix, page 321, 
Oore. JoulC. frh"-... 
CU^ton. EdmuiiH 'I'. 

L ^l.'Cobbard. 

- . ( ■ ■ . l,.,..,r/ir,M™.'ei. 
1. i, Mitdi^Bldg., nW. FonnhSt. 

-.,, Alln.,1 M. [■tits. 

Mack, Alfred Ct^M 

HurtJK, Milton COD. 
Dale A Dale, 912 Uerosntile Librerr Bldg. Cable Ad. Dals.l 

Dale, Benjiuuin B, CSl). 

lUla, Morria Jalnu <'lt). 

Dale. BeniatDui Hanej' ('11). 
DaCamp iS: SntpKln, ISI 0-1 3 Traction Bldg. 

DeCiunp, Waltar A. ('921. 

Hutphin, Dudley V. ('00). 
Ernst, CSRBatt & Cottle, ii>12 First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card m Appendix, pa^ :(21. 

Emst, RicliardT. 

Cauatt, Alfred C. 

Cottle, Prank W. 
Clnillnnntl continued on next pa(e. 

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ATTORNEYS IN OHIO. 149 

CINCINNATI** Hamiltox Couimr. — CbftfinuMf. 

Qiaoqae A Utdun. Atlas B'k Bldg., 518 Wftbiiit St. 

CKaaqae, Floiieii ('70). 

MoClue, Henrr B. ('81). 
Gordon, Morrill & Glater, Proyident Bank Bldgr. 

Attorneys f^thm l^mrident Smvinoa Bank d: Tru9t Co, 

See Cora in Appendix^ page 921. 
Hargitt, Robert P., § au2, 9ua A 904 Bell Bloek. 

iieneral Practice, Attorney fitr the Matne IfaffinffB Bank, 

See Card in Appendix^ page H22. 
IHabm ON, Colston, Goij)6M1Tn <& Uoadlt, St. Paul Buildingr. 

Hasmon, Judson. Hoadlt, Gbohgk. 

Colston, Edward. Stobhb, OacAK. 

Goldsmith, A. W. Goldsmith, A. W., Jb. 
Haack, Henry O., 1401-1402 Union Tnut Building:. 
Trial Work and General I'raeHoe, t*rompt Attention given to BuBi- 
n^99 of Non^Retidents* CounBolfor: The lAberty Bank and Savinga 
Co,, The JBquUable Surety Co., The National Manufacturing Co, 

See Cfard in Appendix^ page 322. 
Healy, Ferris & He Avoy, 1016 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Heal/, John C. 

Ferns, Howard. 

McAtoj, Malcolm. 
Helntzman, J. W., 40;^ Telephone Bide. 
Uosea^ Knight § & Phares, 819-820 Gwynne Bldg. Cable Ad. HoknI. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 322. 
Hunt C83), Bennett § (*»4) & Utter { C99), 711 Fourth Nat. B'k Bld^., 

See Card in Appendix^ page 333. [18 E. Fourth St. 

Jackson, Herbert Union Central Life Bldg. Cable Ad. Furjack. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 323. 
Jelke & Forchheimer, 400^108 Union Trust Bldg. 

Jelke, Ferdinand, Jr. ' 

Forohheiiner, Ijandon L. 
Johnson, Simeon M. ^80), 64 <& 65 Wifirgins Block. 
Johnson & Levy. Fourth Nat. Baidc Bldg. 

See Ccard in Appendix^ page .'^3. 
IQnkead & Rogers. 1008-1010 Traction Bldg. Cable Ad. Kinrogers.l) 

Kinkead, Ellis G. 

Risers, H. Kenneth. 
Uttlef ord, James, Ballard & Frost, 701-705 Gwynne Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 323. 

liittleford, William ('81). James, Francis B. ('86). 

Ballard, Edward M. § ('93). Frost, Henxy G. § ('06). 
lA>rl>acli & Garver, First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 324. 
McNeill A Thompson, 302 <& 303 Mercantile Library Bldg. 

McNeill, Aaron. 

Thompson, Robert W. 
Uaekqy & Mackoyt714-715 First Nat. Bank Building. 

Mackoy, W. H. 

Mackoy, H. B. ' , 

Marx, Robert S., § 803-805 Gwrnne Bldg. 
Jtttorneyfor The Cincinnati Traeiion Co, Re f era to any Bank, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 324. 
Matthews. Mortimer, Blymyer cuilding, 514 Main St. 
Maxwell « Ramsey, Union Central Life Bldg. 

Maxwell, Lawrence. Graydon, Joseph S. 

Lackner, Joseph L. Lawmilts. 

Mills, George K. § ('95), 714-715 Mercantile Library Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Attorney for Norwood National Bank, Trial Wov*kand Oenerttl 

Praetice, Refera to any Cinclntinti Bank or Trtiat Votnpanff, 
Moalinier f ('90), Bettman ( ('98) & Hunt { ('98), 1514 First Nat. B'k 

See Card in Appendix, page 324. [Bldg. Cable Ad. Moulbeth.H 
Mnir, James J., 1227-1230 Union Trust Building. Cable Ad. Muir. 
Nelson & Hlckenlooper, 708 Fourth Nat. Bank Bldg., 18 £. Fourth St. 

See Card in Appendix, pnge .324. 
O'Hara. Joseph W., 501-502 Johnston Buildi 



Outcalt, Miller, 1 



ung. 



Ontcalt. Dudley C, [ 302 Telephone Bldg. 

Howard, Dudley R., J 

Cincinnati continued on next page. 

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Im corresponding 9 mention Habbell's. It promotes servieo^ 



ATTORHETB IN OHIO. 
CINCINNATI.* Hamiltox CovirrT, — CuUirMed. 

PaxMn, Wurinfton A SmmMgooA^ifith floor, Owjniiia Bids. CMt 

Futon, Tboiiia* B. WuriDEton, Omiv* H. [Ad. Puwar.L 

P>ztou, Thnmu B., Jr. iSeaaoagnod, Hamir. 
lUiOMj, Junn N. { (■HI), 401-402 Johnaton Bld(. Cable Ad. Rampat: 

VaUHt mtut Trade-mark I^te '---" — '- 

" -" " ■ M 

a SMODd Ndt. Bank BMc. 

i3n vara in Apprndix, poffe 'SUSi. 

ISchorr, David P. * I'lW). 

WMwlmuin, FWerick E. « Cm. 
Smith, Starbuok, S0B-B07 St. Paul Bldg. 

Bouthworth, Conatant | ('02), H1»-M18 Fint Nat. Bank Bldf . 
Ktepbens, lineoln & Strplisni, ISlci Fint National Bank Biiildine'. 

M«phein, Chaa. H. 

Stephena, Chas. H., Jr. 
Stoetu, Oscar { CM), St. Paul Bldg.. Ill E. Fourth St. 

(Of Harmon, Coidon, Goldsniih &■ Hoailtii-i 
Strioker, Enooh h.A WOT Fimt Nat. Bivik Bids. 
Tuttle { CKT) & Robs, R11-H12 Miiroautile Librsrj Bldfc. 

Ute.Card in Apprndix, pagt :I26. 
W*lt«, Schlndel & BBylegs, liT Corew Bld^. Cable Ad. WaH*. 
AtlorHfffa ntr The CinctnnmH, HamlltoH A Da fir- "-- "- '■ 



, - ,- - - , , Jit.,r»m 

i\ Co., Tkr V. K. Morlgagr * r™.( Co., Ama-ltmn FUeli 

. ...tratmtto Xtna I.lfe Inm. Co., .*<W " 

Waite. Morimn K. 



il*I.4aUlttp 2>rpl. 



Schludel, John R. 

Bayle w, Herma n A . 

S&^err^rbert.' [WalnDt SU- 

Walker, CharlM A. J. (fW), M» JahnMon BldK-, S. W. our. Fifth A 

Ste Card in Apptiidix, pagt 32G. 
Workum, David J. I 

Freukcl, Jonaa B. J Rwt Nat Bank BUg. 

Wrinig, John W. ' 
Worthinjcton, Sttxin« A Stcttiniai, 44, 4S, A 46 Wiesiiu Block. 

WSrthingtonrWni. 

Stroiw, Edvnrd W. 

SWttiniim, John L, 

UolliBter, jobti B. 



t^kawar. I. F. Snyder. 



CLEVEIAND,* Cdvaboca Couwit. Pop. 660,6(B. 

Adams & Adama, 001 American Tnut Bldg. 

Sff Card in Appendix, pagr, ail. 



Bptnl«, A \ , 1 Arcade. Cable Ad, 

^ S"C- [B«inltlaw. 

Benlley. .Ml ■ -vii,. ,\ ...;,:.. ■■. - , j .i^-ineers Bldg. 

S>^C,„ 1,.,- ..,.„„. .-'.. 

Bord. PuIIlt. rininon A Ilrui-ki. ! llli ft^nr Mnmhall Bldff. 

Bojd, WiUiam H. Fuller. C'liffotd W. 

Cnnnnti, .Iiihn L. Brook >. Jbiueb I '. 



Canfield, t. R. 
Ikley. Houxhurai. I, o 

Stt Card in Apprndix, 
Bulkley. RobartJ. 

Snecfr. Wilfurd f. .laniwnn^ nnn-nji. 

Sharp, 1. Waller. " CnlX, Fmiik Ji." 
Cteveland contlnuM on next pag«. 

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ATTORNEYS IN OfflO. 161 

<7LBVBIiAND.* OuTAHOOA Cotwtt. — Continued. 

Cook, McOon^an A Foote, 1319 WiUiamson Bldf. Cable Ad. Comac 
jtUorneyBfor thm United Banking A SavingB Companjf, 
Cook, £. S. 
McGowan, F. S. 
Foote, E. A. 

Mannio^ A. R., Jr. 

Hams, J. M. 
Goase. Howard A.» -Leader-Newa BIdg. 

iUe Card in Appendix, page 2127, 
Ciuhitiff, Hopkins & Lamb, Soeiety £or Sayings BIdg. 

Coshipg, William E. 

Bopkim, W. R. 

Lamb, J. Panl . 

Shuler, Carl F. 
Fold, Snyder & TUden, 917 Williamson Bnilding. 

Snyder, Alonzo M. Tilden, Dnane^. 

Ford, £[oratio. Seagrave, W. H. 

Dayenpprt, L. B. 
Gage» "Offff Wilkin & Wacliner, Cnyahoga BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix*pqge 227. 
Chtffieldy MacGregor & Baldwin, 1029 Garfield BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 327. 
Grossman, Louis J., 1002-1016 Engineers Building. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 328. [Qrosl06.|| 

Loeser, Nathan. § 

liOeser x N $ 
Henderson, (jnail, Siddall & Morgan, 1015 The Garfield Bnilding. 

HendeTSon, J. M. Siddall, George B. 

Qna a, F. A. Morgan, D. E. 

Bw&ley, JTCl l>empse7, J. Wi 

Henry {C91), Fauver, MoGraw § C92) & Thomsen, 1322-28 GtizeM 
Bldg. Cable Ad. Hengraw. 
See Card in Appendix, page 327. • 

Herrlck, Hoplcinsy Stockwell &Benescli, 90i-^12 Society for Sar. 
See Card in Appendix j page 327. (BIdg. 

Higley, Charles, Suite 940Xeader Building. 

Bee Card in Appendix, page 329. 
Howe, H. D., 607 Columbia BIdg. 

Hoyt, Dustin, Eelley, MoKeehan <ft Andrews, 920-€33 Guardian BIdg. 
Cable Ad. Hoyduskel. 
Dnstin, Alton C. Andrews, Horace. 

Kelley, Hermon A. Merrick, Walter C. 

MoKeehan, Homer H. Stewart, William B. 

CottrelLGeorge W. [Ad. Hush. 

Hall, Smith, Brock & Wes^ Suite 1206 Illuminating BIdg. Cable 
VatentM and Patent Causee. 
Hull. John Bartlett. Smith JBEarold E. 

Brock, Charles E. West, Brennan B. [Counsel. 

Johnson, M. B. & H. H., 1009 American Trust Bmlding. Cable Ad. 
Kermiah, Eemush, Hartshorn ^Spooner, 1011 Society for Savings BIdg. 
Cable Ad. Kerruish.l 
Eermish, Wm. S. CSS). Hartshorn, George B. $ (*01). 

Kerruish, Sheldon Q.. § ("85). Spooner, George W. 4 ('06). 
Stage. Charles W. f ('96). Quayle, Herbert A. C08). 

Manrer, Bolton & Wilson, American Trust BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 329. 
Parks, Sheldon | (^), 1519 WUliamson Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 329. 
Pa^tison. Taylor & Hasselman, 1605-&-7 Williamson Bnilding. 

Cable Ad. Keep.(| 
iees: VnUnt National Bank, Guardian Savings & Trtist Co*, Citi»one* 
r. 4^ Trust Co., and Judges of all Courts, State and Tederalf- 
See Card in Appendix, page 330. 
Pattison, Charles W. ('95). Tairlor, F. S. ('96). 

Hassehnan, William H. j ('09). 

kneUer, Carl H. ('12). Davis, Henry E. ('08). 

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All 



152 ATTORNEYS IN OHIO. 

CUSVBIiAND.* GuTiJBOOA Gouvtt. — (hntjttmd. 

miey S {Q90. B.) & McQoin § (J. B.). 16U-1612 WiUiamMn BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, pqgt 329. 
Schultz & Schultz, 917-925 Enfruieen Bide:. 

See Card in Appendix, paae 329. 
Smith, Griswold, Green & Hadden, Twith floor, ^**-t»«ii BUf. 
8uceei$ors to Myen, Oreen A Keough ; 
OriMumld, White ^ Hodden. 

See Card in Appendix, page 330. 
Sqviie, Sanders A I>unpsey , 1201-1231 Leader-Nevi Bldg. Ckbla Ad. 

Squire^ Andrew. Diincan, WilUam M. . lSquir«Mnd«| 

Sanders, William B. Sanders, Clarence B. 

Dempsev, James H. Denison, Robert F. 

Boyle, William C. Crawford, Bainj J. 

CkA, Harold T^ _ 

Brooks, Charles T. Kirb>, Thomas M. 

Newell, Sterlinfir. 
Steams, Chamberlain & Royon, 1C0&~1.510 WiUiamson Bld|r* 
Steams, A. A. Chunberiain, J. A. 
Royon, J. C . ^ 

Eraos, L. A. Royon, C. H, 

Steams, EUiot £. 
ToUes, Hogsett, Oinn <& Morley, 12th floor, Williamson BUg. 
ToUes, S. H. Hogsett, T. H. 
Ginn, F ra nk H. M orley, J. E. 

Gale, C. H. . DaVidrWilUam L, 

Poe, Merle N. Garfield, John M. 

Abbott, Gardner. 
Treadway Jk Marlatt, 80e^l2 Society for Savings Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, pag e 331. 
Treadway, Francis W. i ('92). 
Mariatt, W m. H. § ('92). 

McGiffin.mrtoD J ('12). 

Pelton, F. H. § ('06). 

King, Lawrence G. § 014). 

Folk, George B. § ('15). 
Weed, MiUer & Rothenberg, 702 Engineers Bnildi]«. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 331. [Charmiller. 

White7'68), Johnson ('79), Cannon ('92) & Neff; 1416-1421 WUliaaiaoB 
See Card in Appendix, page 3;{1. [Bldc« 

Wing, Geo. C, 1104-1105 Citizens Building. 
Young, Stocker & Fenner, 609 Society for Savings Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Young, C. C. [Carttoyoung.l 

Stocker, C.L.§ 

Fenner, Jesse A. 



Stanton, F^aak W. 
Young, George B. 



PUIOB. OOUHTT. MAMES OV ATTOKfiVWB. 

Clyde. Sandusky. Dewey (Thos. P., '79) <& Dewey { (Ben H., 

Coalton. Jackson. Refer to Jackson. [*11}« 

Colqmbiaiia. Columbiana. Refer to Leetonia. 



COLUMBUS.* FiiAifKiJK Comrrr. Pop. 181,511. 

Arnold & Game, 1101-1105 Huntington Bank Bldg. 
Corporation, Ineuranee, and Oenoral Practiee, 
We refer to the foftotHng cHente: ^eto Yorh Life ln$. Co., 
JAfe Ins, Co, , Neto Yorh, Huntington Ifationai Bank, The CoMiuitm- 
bu» Iron A Steel Co,, and the O* J£dwin Smith Shoo Co,, CoHmmbum. 
Arnold, H. B. 
Game, Francis H. § 
Butler & Carlile. 8 E. Broad St. 

Mefer to the Jeffrey Mfg, Co, and any B*k or Tr, Co> in iho eCfy. 
Carlile, W. Wilson. 
Butler, James M. 

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ATTORNXTS IN OHIO. 



16ft 



OOUJMBUS.* Fbavkux Gomrrr. ~ CmtUfmed. 

Sftgleson A Eagleeon, 16 £. Broad St. 

O0tmMtety>UU, Insurance and Corptnrati4>n Law. SetUemtntof V9tat99» JPer^ 

memal atUmtion given to bueineM of non-resident eiientw. Befer to €Hnn 

amd. Co,, Boston A Chicago, HtibbeU'e, New Yorh. B aldw in tiumber Co,, 

JBm Mw oin, La, BeiaU CredU Co,, Atlanta, Coinmkmm Beforenoes : Cit^ 

Trust A Sao, BU„ State SavingB BH» A Trust Co, Mew tst Nat, Bk. 

See Card in Appendix^ paae 331. 
Gamble & Gumble, 503-506 Ontlook B\dg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 332. 
Hedfes, Hoover & Ttngiey» 301-315 Ha/den-ClintoD B«idc Bldg. 
Attornege for Cotnn^ereial National Bank, Cor p or at ion, 
Conunereiai and ^Frobate Law, 

Hedges, George R. ('94). Hoover, Stewart A. § (*12). 

Tingley, Herman R. § ('13). 

Reynolds, Dana F. $ ('15). 
Henderson & Burr, 613-(U8 New First Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Henderson, William O. Burr, Kaii E. 

Randall, Sherman B. Laylin. Lewis F. 

HnlingA Huling, 1023 Columbus Sayings <& Trust Bldg. 
HuUng, Cyrus ('7&). 

Huling, Frank C. ('06). FBroad St. 

Morton, IrTine, Turner A Blanehard, 410 Spahr Blag., 50 B. 
€^enerai Fraetiee, Special attention to Corporation 
and Cotntnercial Law, BeposUions taken. Collections 
promptly attended to, Befer to Huniinffton National 
Bank, State Savings Bank 4t Trust Company, New J'ittS' 
bttrgh Coal Company, Midland Grocery Cotnpany, 
Morton, S. C. Irvine, Ellsworth C. 

Turner, Edward. Blanchard, C. E. § 

Odell, Robert J. 
Ovthwalie, tdnn & PosUewaite, § Suite 809 Huntington Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 332. 
Baymand, Frank n. f ('90), 20 East Broad St» 

O en e ral Civil and Probate Practice, Corporations, Wills, Bspo^ 

sitions. Befers to any Bank or Jobber, [Shall Ck» 

Sliaack A Welnland, 513-518 New First Natl Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Municipal, Corporation, Probate, Insurance, and Con%n%ercial Law, 

Shauck, John A. §('67). 

Weinlaod, Edgar L. § j'93). 
Taylor, Williams, Cole A Harvey, 801-808 Huntington Bbnk Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix.page 332. 
Voryi, Sater. Seymour A Pease, 52 E. Gay St. Cable Ad. Sater. 

See Card in Appendix, page 332. 
Williams A Nash, 82-^7 Raggery BuUding. Cable Ad. Willlamt.g 

See Card in Appendix^ page 333. 



Coll 



Grors. 



Coshocton.* 
Coriagton. 
\«ssnms« 
CoiniJioga Falls. 



OOUNTY. 

Putnam. 

Ashtabula. 

Coshocton. 

Miami. 

Crawford* 

Summit. 



NAMES or ATTOBKKTS. 

Refer to (>ttawa. 

M. R. Smith. 

Use Edward R. Meysr of ZsnesriDe. 

J. Guy O'DonneU $ ('96). 

Carl M. Babst § ('01). 

Refer to Akron. 



DAYTON.* MoNTOOMSRT Couimr. Pop. 116,577. 

Brown A Frank, 604-5-6-7 City National Bank Bldg. 

Attorneys for the City National Bank, the City Tnut and 

Savings pank, CorponUion and Insnranee Leimt, 
See Card in Appendix, page 333. 
Brown, Oren Britt ('78). 
Frank, Alfred Swift § ('12). 
Borkiiart, Heald A Pickrel, 504 Schwind Bldg. 
Bnrkbart, Edw. E. § ('98). 
Heald, Charles D. ( ('07). 
Pickrel, William Ot, § (*11). 
Clark. J. Darton, 705 Coaover Bldg. 
See Cora in Appendix^ page 333. 
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ATTORNEYS IN OHIO* 







DAYTON.* MonTGOMBBT ComfTY. — drntinwed. 

Crawford, Ira § C»3), Rooms 9-10 Fourtli National Bank Bldg. 
JProbate, Corpiration, Meal Xatute and CinninenAal Jjaw» 
Jteferenees: Third National and Fourth National Banks* 
Davlflsoiiy Daviason & Sheridan, 709-715 U. B. Bld^. 
Att'yafor MomB9t€ad Loan A SamingM Association. R^er to amif J D mm k » 
Davisson, Oscar F. Davisnon, Richard L. 

Sheridan, P. J., Jr. Ilddinfft* 

Iddings, D. W. § ('06) &A. S. $ ('03) 1076-8 Reibold Bldg. Oahle Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, pcuie 334. 
James & CooUdge, 509-615 if. B. Bldsr. Cable Ad. Roshtnajam. 
He fur to any Manic in JOayton, 
James. Lee Warren. 
Coolidiife, Jbseph Bradford. 
Estabrook, H. A. 
Moore, B. U. 
Johnson, J. Q. A., Jr. 
Lenz 6. SiKler $ & Denllnger, 1051-1058 Reibold Bldg. Cable Ad« 

See Card m Appendix, page 334. [Lonsifi;.] 

MoCann, Benj. F., 1014-1015 U. B. Building. 

Refers to Fourth National Bank. Probate business a ^pseiatttf* 
McConnaughey S & Shea S, 510-514 Schwind Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 334. [Formacthea. 

MoMabon & McMahon, 807-814 Schwind Buildinff. 

McMahon, John A. § ('54). CorwinTKobert O. $ ('01). 

McMahon, J. Sprigg § ('91). Landis, Robert £. § Cll). 

Markham, Samnel S. i ('17). 
Matthews & Matthews, CalUhan Bank Bldg. 

Attorneys for Pennsylvania lines west of Fittsituryh, 
Matthews, Edwin P. } ('80). 

Matthews, William M. § ('08). [Patmuiiaw.O 

Murphy, ElUff & Leen, 1001-1007 Schwind Bldg. Cable Ad. 
AWysfor the Bay ton St,M'y Co, and the Bayton,Covington ik Fiqua Tratiioiti^ €7o. 

Mvrphy, Barry S. C90). 
BUiff, Charles W. ('91). 
Leen, Arthur £. ('11). 
NeTin &. Kalbfus, 66, 57, 58, A 59 CaUahan Bank Building. 
Neyin, Robert R. § 
Kalbfus, John W. § 
Turner, £. H. § <& W. B., Suite 2-7 Fourth National Bank Bldg. 
AWysfotr Fourth Nat, and Third Nat. Banks and M..O, !>•«» Jt C^* 



• PLAOB. 

Defiance.* 



DeOraff. 

Delaware.* 

Delphos. 

Delta. 

Dennison. 

Dover. 

East Liverpool, 

Eaton.* 

£lyria.« 



oouiri'v. 
Defiance. 



Logan. 

Delawaie. 

Allen. 

Fulton. 

Tuscarawas. 

Tuscarawas. 

Columbiana. 

Preble. 

Lorain. 



NAMES OF ATTOBNBV& 

Harris ('79) & Shaw 098). 
Corporation and Contn$&fHal X<M0* 
See Card in Appendix, page 334. 
Refer to Bellefontame. 

W. B. Jones. t\»). 

Lindemann (J. F., '02) A LindemanaiA. F., 
Geo. A. Everett. 
B. Baldwin. 



H. H. Hostetler. } 

Lones § rw. F., ^88) & Hanley § (J. 
Risinger & Risinger. 
Frank Wilf ord § ('00). 
See Card in Appendix, page 335. 



[•ID. 



FeUoity. 

Forest. 

Fostoria. 

Franklin. 

Fremont.* 



PINDLAY.* Hancock County. Pop. 14,858. 

Axline § ('89) & Betts 6 ('90), 404-406 Ewing Building. 

See Card in Appenaix, page 335, 
Burket ('85) & Burket ('03), 216 S. Main St. 
Att'ys for the American Nat. Bank ofFindta/ym 

See Card in Appendix, page 335. 



Clermont. 
Hardin. 
Seneca. 
Warren. 
Sandusky. 



Refer to Batavia. 
Refer to Kenton. 
Guernsey <& Guernsey. 
P. H. Rue. 
Hunt A Gam. 



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rLAoa, 


OOUMTT. 


GlJlOD. 


Gmwford. 


GtllipoIiB.* 


Gsllm. 


Gurettsrilk. 


Portaee. 
Ashtalmla. 


GMifStown.* 


Brown. 


Gennantowii. 
GItiiTilk. 


Monteomeiy. 
Cnyanoga. 


Gnttoo. 


Lorain. 


Giwnfitld. 


Highland. 


Greenville.* 


Darke. 


Gnanwick. 


Hnron. 


Hamilton.* 


Butler. 


Hazmar. 




HsrnioiL 


Hamilton. 


HickimUe. 


Defianoe. 


Hilbboro* 


ESgUand. 


Habbud. 


Tmmbnil. 


Hndioii. 


Snnunit. 


Hnfon. 


Erie. 


Iiootoii.* 


Lawrence. 


Jackaon.* 


Jackaon. 


Jamestown. 


Greene. 


Jefferson.* 


Aahtabnla. 


Kent. 
Kenton.* 


Portace. 
Uardin. 


Laneaster.* 


Fairfield. 


Lebenon.* 


Warren. 


Lsetonift. 


Golmnbiana, 


Lvprie. 


Patnam. 



VAXEM OV ATTOBHXTIi ^ 

H. R. Sohnler. 

H. C. Johnson. 

Refer to Rayenna. 

Cbas. J. Ford $ ('07). 

Yonng <& Barnes. 

Chester Ehr. 

Refer to CleTelaad. 

Refer to Elyria. 

Refer to Hfllsboro. [flS). 

Blckel § r84), Baker § C97) & Marphy $ 

See Cora in Appendix, page 339. 
Refer to Chieago Junction. 
ShottB ('7^^ Millikln C90). 

StM Card in Appendix, page 3S5. 
Refer to Marietta. 
Wm. H. Mortaahed. 
George D. Simmons § 0^7). 
D. G. Morrow. 
M. B. Leslie. 
Refer to Akron. 
Refer to Sandosky. 
Jed B. Bibbee § (^89). 
Cbas. H. Jones. 
Refer to Xenia. 
Hiram E. Starkey. 
C. H. Curtis C»). 
Stickle % C8S) & Cessna { 092). 

General Civil PraetU)e, 
M. A. Dangherty. 

Brandon § (Frank, '89) A IviiM { (Howard 
W. E. Warren. [W., *95). 

A. A. Slaybaugh. 



LoeUaod. 

Logsa.* 
liODdon.* 



IjIHA.* Allen Coxoitt. Pop. 30,908. 

Head, Frank E. § (76). Holland Block. 

See Card in Appendix, page 336. 
Blohle C78) & Richie ('94), 65} PubUo Square. 

See Card in Appendix, page 336. 
Boby ('90) & McLaughlin ('04), 409-11 Holland Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 336. 

[A Van Fossan { (B. H., ^3). 
Billingsley (N. B., 73), Moore § (W. B., '04) 
Refer to Cincinnati. 



LooisTiDe. 
Lofslaad.^ 
UeArthnr.* 

HeComb. 
MeCoDndaTille.* 



Mansfield.* 



Marion.* 

Kartin's Ferry. 

KacysTille.* 

HsMn. 



Meehsnicehmg. 
Medina.* 



MiddkiXRrt. 



Columbiana. 

Hamilton. 

Hocking. 

Madison. 

Lorain. 

Stark. 

Clermont. 

Vinton. 

Hancock. 

Morgan. 

AduDs. 

Rlehland. 



John C. Pettet. 

Richard H. BlcCloud$ (79). 

Use Frank WiHord, Elyrixu 

Refer to Canton. 

H. S. SteTenson \ ('00). 

O. E. Vollenweider. 

Refer to Findlay. 

Charles H. Fonts J ('92). 

Refer to West Umon. 

William McE. Weldon f ('92). 



General Praetiee, Att'y/or Varvnera Sav'e A Tr%ut Ca» 



Washington. 
Marion. 

Belmont. 
Union. 
Warren. 
Stark. 

Champaign. 

Medina. 

MiMitgomOTy. 

Meigs. 

Bu&r. 



Thomas J. Summers i ('04). JTlitz § (13). 
Grissinger « ('89), Gu thery § (%1) & Stre- 

See Card in Appendix, page 396, 
W. B. Francis. 
J. H. Willis. 

Refer to Lebanon. [(Franklin L., '12). 
Kratsch 5 (George W., '03) A Maier | 

See Card in Appendix, page *JS6. 
Thos. B. Ware. 
Frank Spellman § ('88). 
W. A. Reiter. 
Refer to Pemeioy. 
B. F. Harwitz § ('88). 



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PULCOL 

Myienbiizsr.* 
HinezTA. 
Mmffo Jnnetioii. 
MonroeTille. 
MoRov. 
Mount GUead.* 
Moant Vernon.* 

NMoleon.* 

NeMonyiUe. 

Newark,* 



OOUVTT. 

Holmes. 

Stark. 

Jefferson. 

Huron. 

Warren. 

Morrow. 

Knox* 

Heniy. 

Athens. 

Licking. 



New Lexington.* Perry. 
New London. Huron. 

New Philadelphia.* Tuscarawas. 



New Richmond. 


Clermont. 


New Vienna. 


Clinton. 


New Washington. 


Crawford. 


NUes. 


Trumbull. 


North Baltimore. 


Wood. 


North Lawrence. 


Stark. 


Norwslk.* 


Huron. 


Norwood. 


Hamilton. 


Oak Harbor. 


Ottawa. 


Oak Hill. 


Jackson. 


Oberlin. 


Lorain. 


Oirvillo. 


Wayne. 


Ottawa.* 


Putnam. 


Oxford. 


Butler. 


Painesrille.* 


Lake. 


Paulding.* 


Paulding. 


Perrysburg. 


Wood. 


Piqua. 


Miami. 


Plain City. 


Madison. 


Plymouth. 


Richland. 


Pomeroy.* 


Meigs. 


Port CUnton.* 


Ottawa. 


Portsmouth.* 


Scioto. 


Quaker City. 
Kayenna.* 


Guernsey. 


Portage. 


Ripley. 


Brown. 


St. Bernard. 


Hamilton. 


St. Clairsyme.* 


Behnont. 


St. Mary*s. 


Auglaize. 


St. Pans. 


CSiampaign. 


Salem 


SalineviUe. 


Columbiana. 


Sandusky.* 


Krie. 


Shelby. 


Richland. 


ShilbK. 


Richland. 


Sidney.* 


Shelby. 


Somerset. 


Perry. 



VAXaS OV ▲TTOKHSn. 

Charles R. Cary. 

Rsfer to Canton. 

Refer to Steubenyille. 

Refer to Norwalk. 

Refer to Lebanon. 

J. C. Williamson. 

Moore § ^80} & Sperry § COT). 

See Cora in Appendix^ jxifiw ^7. 
Donovan & Warden. 

C. W. Juniper. [Black % ^90. 

FItzsibbon § r94), Montgomery $ ('03)^ 

See Card in Appendix, page 337. 
T.B.Williams. 
Refer to Chicago Junction. 
Patrick § (J. Q., '77) A Patrick § (J. E., *14). 
Wilkin § jRobt, N., *06) & FemaeU $ (Conrad 



^ 



Refer to Batayia. 

Refer to Wilmington. 

Refer to Bucyrus. 

W. F. MacQueen. 

Refer to Bowling Green. 

Refer to Maasillon. 

G. Ray Craig § ('91). 
AWy far the I.ake Share JPfaefrto JB'tMiy Co, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 337* 

Jos. Lemkuhl. 

Refer to Port Clinton. 

Refer to Jackson. 

C. R. Summers. 

Refer to Wooeter. 

Bailey (D. M.) & Leaanre (J. P.). 

Refer to Hamilton. 

Harrr £. Hammar § (^94). 

Snook & Savage. 

Refer to Bowling Green. 

A. W. DeWeese § ('96). 

Refer to London. 

P. D. Ghinssullns 5 CW. 

Enrin § (Edgar, »06) & DaTisJ (L. C, '14). 

True (Geo. A.) A Crawford (R. H.). 

J. P. Purdum ('78). 
See Card in Appendix, page 337* 

Refer to Cambridge. 

W.T. Beckley. . 

Chambers Baird I ('84). 

Refer to Norwood. 

Keunon A Kennon. 

Refer to Wapi^oneta. 

Refer to Urbana. 

Boone (J. C.) & Campbell (R. W.). 
Attomeyit for Firat Nut, Bank and CUimemm* 
Snringe Jianh Jb Truvt Co. ofSaien^, O. 

S. E. McComiick, 

Malcolm Kelly ('70). 
A tt' If for C'itiMene' NatUmai JioaJb* 
See Card in Appendix, page 337. 

Skiles & Skiles. 

Refer to Shelby. 

J. D. Barnes. 

Elmer Walser. 

SPRINGFIELD.* Clark County. Pop. 46,921. 

I 

Dial, Geo. S. § ('81$), 2R( S. Limestone St. Cable Ad. Qoodlal. 
Griffith, W. H. § ('a5), Mitchell Building. 
Hagan &. Hl^^n, Rooms 50, M, & 52 Bushnell Building. 
Hagnn, Francis M. CTA). 
Hagan, Edward O. ('84). 
Hagan, Hugh ('(19). 
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SPBINGFIEI^D.* CUJKK OOOVTT* -- Coflft'lRMrf. 

Honek, Edwin S. (*01)t Rooms 31 A ^ Gotwald BtuldiniT; ^ ^ 
Kelfer & Kelfer, JLagoncUi Bank Bnildinflr. GaUa Ad. K«ttor. 

Keifer, J. Warren ('58). 

Keif w, William W. § ('88). r^^ *- , 

Keifer, Horace C. \ ('92). „ , [Ad. Maclav. 

HoOiew, Layboume <& MaoQxeffor, Snite 70&-11 FairbaidcB BIdg. Cable 
Attarneyafor Mad Miver liatianal Bank* , 

MoGrew, John B. 

Laybonme, Lawrence E. 

MaoChregorT Ho ward K. 

Snodgraas, Hariy W. ^ 
Stewart, CHase | CH5), ) 
Dieid, Warren W. § ('12)* \ N. W. Cor. Main A Limeatone Sts. 

Corry, Homer C.SClfi)t ' 

OOmfTT. KUCBS OF ATTOBKBYS. 

Stenl^ei&wllle.* JefTenon. A. C. liewls § f 82). . ^„ ^^ 

Attamsv for Union Ba», Bank A TrtMf Cto* 

See Card in Appendixy tmf^ 33S. 

Seneca. Boyor (»79) & Spltler Coi). 

See Card in Appendix^ poffe 338. 



TOUSDO.* LuoAS CouWTT. Pop. 1244,246. 

Brown, Geddee, Schmettan <& WiUiams, 1103-11 18 Ohio Bldfr. Cable Ad. 
Brown, CHarenoe. Schmettan, Chas. A. [BrogeddeS. 

Geddea, Frederick L. WiUtams, Lloyd T. 
E reraman, Walter A. 

laenberg:, Harry W. Garrison, Raymond T. 

MeNemey, John H. • 
Brown, Hahn & Sanser, 1007-1016 NlchoUis Bldf?. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 338. 
Denman & Wilson, Kichoias Buildmg. Cable Ad. Den man. 

[ C^tmeel for Tke Bepublie Casualty Company, The Buckeye NaHonat 
Insurance Co., and The Tiffin^ Foetoria AJSaetem JEtectrie Mailtcety €oi 

Denman, U. Q. ('94). 

Wilson, J u rtioe $ (' 07). 

Nants, H. W. 
Doyle, Lewis, Lewis & Emery, 828 Nicholas Bxiilding. 
^ttof-*t«y« for £. 8. A JT. 8, By. Co.. Big Four By. Co., T. A O. C By. Co., 
V^rrthern Nat'l Bank, Standard OH Co., BquUable and JCtna 1«M. Om. 
Doyle, John H. Lewis, Howard. 

Lewis, Charles T. Lewis, Frank S. 

Bmerir, Ralp h. 

Gaines, Frederick wT Rehoe, Harold J. ' 
Alexander, P. W. 
Frltscbe, Kruse A Winchester, 408-414 Spitzet Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 338. 
Geer A Lane. 1228 Nicholas Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 339. 
Hall §, Flowers | & Cotter, § 1141-1148 Nicholas Bld«^. 

See Card in Appendix, page 339. 
Hamilton <& Kirbv, 923 Ohio BuUdinp. 

Hamilton, J. K. 

Kirby, Geo. P. § 

Conn, Amos L. 
Holbrook, Balph S., 40:M07.Bank of Commerce Boildinff. Cable 

See Card in Appendix.page 338. TAd. Rasho. 

Marshall A Fraser, Spitzer Buildmg. Cable Ad. Marfar.ll 
Attorney e for Penn' a Co., People^e Savings Assoddtiim, 

Fraser, H. W. Marshal, E^J. 

Riley, Charles W. Hughes, Clare B. 

Kesler, Harold A. Hiett, Stanley J. [Ad. Mulhart.1 

MnUkolland & Hartmann, Suite 1311-1318 Nicholas Bldg. Qable 
' See Card in Appendix, page 340. 
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TGIiEDO.* LuoAs Govjitt. — CanHnued. 

[NewlMcin. 
Newbegin, Robert, 1600-1606 Second Nat. B*k Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Seidera, C. A. (*82), 1531-1536 Nicholas Bidff. Cable Ad. Seidert.|| 

See Card in Ap'pendix^ page 340. [Mithaker.! 

Smith, Baker, Effler & AUen, 326-332 Smith & Baker Bldg. CaUe Ad. 
Att'ya fwp^ Home Sav, Banh ; MUhum Wagon Co, Mefer to FidOr 
ity Jt Casualty Co. ofJX. T,,and Conn, Mut. lA/e ln9» Co. 
^th. Barton! ('75). tSLer, Erwin R. § COS). 
Baker, Rufne H. § ('80). Allen, M aurice § ('U). 

Eastman Leroy £. [Ad. Smfthbeck 

Smith, Beekwith A Ohlinger, 1507-1512 Second Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable 
AWy9 fvr BoeondNat, Bank, Hat, Bank of Cotn., Wabash B. B> Co., Ann Arbor 
M. R.p Tho Ohio MUetrie By. Co., B. G. I>un & Co.. ^tneHoan Hwroty Ce. 

Smith, Alexander L. Beekwith, George H. 

Ohlinger, GnstaTna. 

FroeUich, Edmund C. 
Tracy. Chapman ^Wellesy 1002-1019 Ohio Bldg. Cable Ad. Traey.l 

iSe0 Card in Appendix^ page 340. 
Whitney, Herbert P. § (*02), 919-^23 Spitser B^dg. 
Oon or a l praoHeo in State ami JPederat Courts, 
^rontptoorsonal attontion, Bofers to The Honte Samimgt Bank * 
See Card in Appendix^ page 340. 

NAIOCS or ATTOBinETS. 

Refer to StenbenTille. 

Broomhall § (A. F.) A Bioomhall $ (Baiid). 

Befer to Ptrst Nat. and Troy If at. Banks, 
George W. Reed. 

Carey A Hall. [A^ *99). 

Buroker (Chas. E., *85) A Zimmer } (Frank 
XI. L. Ck>nn. 

Floyd E. Stine I ('13). PlO). 

Layton §(Ro7 E., '97) A Vaubel § (Hennan S., 
Jay Buchwalter (*01). 

Buffers to any Warren Bank^ 
See Card in Appendix, page 341. 
Post <& Reid. 
Ham A Ham. 
W. H. Middleton. 
Refer to Lebanon. 
Refer to Elyria. 
E. H. Willi. 
W. L. Lones § ('86). 

C. F. McCoy (^95) and £. A Scott I C04). 
J. C. Linton. 
Matz A Kremer. 
Wayne Hart ('04). 

Befers to any Bank in fFoosfer* 
Smith ('75) & Smith i ('03). 

See Card in Appendix, p, 341. 
Refer to Xenia. 



rULOB. 


ooumnr 


Toronto. 


Jefferson. 


Troy.» 


Miami. 


UhrichsYille. 


Tuscarawas. 


Upper Sandusky.* 
Urfina.* 


Wyandot, 
ChanoMugn. 
Van Wert. 


Van Wert.* 


Wadsworth. 


Medina. 


Wapakoneta.* 


Anglaize. 


Warren.* 


TrumbulL 


Washington C. H.* 


Fayette. 
Fulton. 


Wanseon.* 


Wayerly.* 


Pike. 


WaTnesyille. 
Wellington. 


Warren. 


Lorain. 


WeUston. 


Jackson. 


Wellsrille. 


Columbiana. 


West UttOtt.* 


Adams. 


Wilmington.* 
Woodsfield.* 


Clinton. 
Monroe. 


Wooster.* 


Wayne. 


Xenia.* 


Greene. 


TeUow Springs. 


Greene. 



YOUNGSTOWN.* Mahonikg Couhtt. Pop. 98,435. 

Harrington, DeFord, Helm & Osborne, 1200 Mahoning Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix y page 341. 
Hine (72), Kennedy Cm & Manchester, The Wick Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 341. 
Kistler § ('94) & Oesch $ ('99), 706 Mahoning Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix ^ page 341. [Kaiohl. 

McKain ('99) & OhI § ("95), 1105-^-7 Mahoning Bank Bldg. CaUe Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 342. 
Wilson § ('78) & Wilson § ('15), Mahoning Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 342. 



ZANESVILLE.* Muskingum Couhtt. Pop. .28.026. 

« 

Edward R. Meyer ('94)^ 209 & 210 People's Savings Bank Bldg. . 
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PLACBi 

Ada.* 

Altos.* 

Aha.* 

Anadurko.* 

Antlen.* 

Anpahoe.* 

Ardmore.* 

Arnett.* 
Asher. 
Atoka.* 
QartlesTUle.* 



fiaaTer.* 
Benniiigton. 

Blackwell. 

BdseCity.* 

Bokchito. 

Bnstow. 

Broken Arrow. 

Buffalo.* 

Caddo. 

CbaiuUer.'» 

Cheootah. 

Clierokae.* 

Chereime.* 

CUckaalia.* 

Clamnora.* 

CleTekuid. 

Ckmdehief. 

Coalgato. 

Colbert 

ColIiiHTiUe. 

Coiiiaiiche. 

CordeU.* 

Bsrii. 

Doneao.* 

Dorant.* 

Dnrwood. 
Edmopd. 
Eldorado. 
El Bene* 

Enid.* 

Eofaola.* 

Fairriew.* 

FortGiliaon. 

Frederiek.* 

Gage. 

Geary. 

Grore.* 

Gnnite. 

Gathrle.* 



oouirrY. 
Pontotoc. 



Jaokaon. 

Woods. 

Caddo. 

CiiBter. 
Carter. 

Ellis. 

Pottawatomie. 
Atoka. 
Washington. 



BeaTor. 

Brran. 

Tuba. 

Kay. 

Cimarron. 

Bryan. 

Creek. 

Tnlsa. 

Harper. 

Biyan. 

Lincoln. 

Molntoah. 

Alfalfa. 

Roger Mills. 

Grady. 

Rogers. 

Pawnee. 

Washita. 

Coal. 

Brjran. 

Rogers. 

Stephens. 

Washita. 

Murray. 

Stephens. 

Bryan. 

Carter. 
Oklahoma. 
Jackson. 
Canadian. 

Garfield. 

Mcintosh. 

Major. 

Mnskogee. 

Tillman. 

Ellis. 

Blaine. 

Delaware. 

Grreer. 

Logan. 



KAM ES OF ATTOainETa 

B. H. Epperson. 

See Card in Appendixy page 343. 
Jno. D. Rogers $001). 
A. G. Sutton 099). 
A. J. Morris (^96). 
A, J. Amote. 
Phillips & Mills. 
Potterf S ('88) & Gray. 

8ee Card in Appendix^ page 343. 
C. B. Leedy. 
Refer to Shawnee. 
J. G. Ralls. 
George (Tom, '74), CampbeU (Nevlin, *96) 

& Ray § (J. Rob't, '06). 
AH'yfor IHrat Nat. Bank and A, T. Jb 8, JF, Ry, Co, 



Refer to Gnymon. 

Refer to'Duraut. 

Refer to Tulsa. 

J. £. Curran § ('04). 

Refer to Guymon. 

Refer to Dnrant. 

W. L. Cheatham. 

Refer to Tulsa. 

Refer to Woodward. 

Refer to Durant. 

Emery A. Foster. 

Refer to Eufaula. 

Hill (Ira A., '96) A Wiles § (W. E., '08). 

Perry Madden. 

Bond, Melton & Melton. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 343. 
Adams & Wills. 
Goodwin A Smith. 
Refer to Coxdell. 
Trice A Moore. 
Refer to Durant. 
Refer to Tulsa. 
H. B. Lockett. 

Massinnle (S. C, '91) A Dnff (J. A., '01). 
W. N. Lewis. 
Womack A Brown. 
Utterback ('97) & MacDonald } ('07). 

See Card in Appendix, page 343. 
Refer to Ardmore. 
Refer to Oklahoma. 
W. C. Austin ('01). 
Fogg ('01) & Bennett ('07). 

See Card in Appendix, page 344. 
Parker (C. H.) & Simons (P. C). 
Turner & Turner. 
Frank L. WeUa. 
Refer to Muskogee. 

Wilson (John B., '06) <& Roe § (W. G., '06). 
Refer to Amett. 
C. F. Dyer. 
A. V. Coppedge. 
Refer to Hobart. 



C. G. Hornor (»85). 

Successor to Cotteral d* Hornor. 

See Card in Appendix, page 344. 
Gleason § (John L., '09) A Breslin § (Philip 
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HAMBS OF ATTOKKKTB. 

L. M. Qray. 

W. E. Foster ('01). 

Tolbert ('91) & Tolbert ('12). 

See Card in Appendix, page 344* 
J. L. Skinner. 
Refer to Mangnm. 
Hammonds § ('90) & Hammondf CQ2). 

See Card in Appendix, page 344. 
Spanldinff 4& Carr. 
Refer to Yinita. 
Refer to Dnrant. 

Refer to Tulsa. [L.). 

Boynton (Fred L., '83) & BllUogs (C. 
Refer to McAJester. 
Johnson ('85) & Stevens ('86). 

See Card in Appendix, page 3^. 
Refer to Coalgate. 
C. L. MoArthur. 
Andrews (*03) & Anderson ('11). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 345. 
James 8. Arnote ('91). 

Attorney for City National Bank* 
See Card in Appendix, page 345, 
Refer to Shawnee. 
J. O. Minter. 

Use Tolbert & Tolbert of Hobart. 
Graham & Logsdon. 
Refer to Duncan. 
Refer to Shawnee. 
J. B. Drennan. 
S. C. FuUerton. 
Refer to MadiU. 
Refer to Chickasha. 
Refer to Tulsa. 
Refer to Guthrie. 



MUSKOGEE.* MusKOOEB CouNTT. Pop. 25,278. 

Furry ('88) & Motter ('Ott), Suite 609 Flynn-Ames Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 346. FAmes Bldg. 

Ramsey ('95), deMeules ('95), Rosser ('91), Martin & Kins, Flynn- 

See Card in Appendix, page 346. 
Wyand & Broaddus, Suite 1001-02 Barnes Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 345. 
Zevely ('86), Givens ('90) & Stoutz ('92), Arkansaw Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 347. 



PULOB. 


oouimr. 


Hennessey. 


KngBsher. 


Henryetta. 


Okmulgee. 


Hobart.* 


Kiowa. 


HoIdenTillB.* 


Hughes. 


Hollis.* 


Hannon. 


Hugo.* 


Choctaw. 


Idabel.* 


MoCurtain. 


Jay.» 


Delaware. 


Keneflok. 


Bryan. 


Kiefer. 


Creek. 


Kingfisher.* 


Kingfisher. 


Krehs. 


Pittsburg. 


Lawton.* 


Comanche. 


Lehigh.* 


Goal. 


Lindsay. 


Garrm. 


McAlester.* 


Pittoburg. 


MoLoad. 


Pottawatomie. 


MadiU.* 


ManhaU. 


Mangum.* 


Greer. 


Biarietta.* 


LoTe. 


Mariow. 


Stephens. 


Maud. 


Pottawatomie. 


Medfotd.* 


Grant. 


Miami.* 


Ottawa. 


MillCieek. 


Johnston. 


MinoD. 
Mounds. 


Grady. 
C^-eek. 


Mnlha]!. 


Logan. 



Newkirk.* 
Ninnekah. 
Norman.* 

Nowata.* 
Oakland. 
Okeene. 
Okemah.* 



Kay. 

Grady. 

Clevcuaad. 

Nowata. 

Blaine. 
Okfuskee.' 



J. F. King. 
Refer to (Jnickasha. 
J. B. Dudley § ('00). ( 
Ralph G. Hardie ('10). ) 
Lawson <& Cox. 
Refer to Madill. 
Refer to Watonga. 
R. A. Hockinsmith. 



OKLAHOMA.* Okuihoiia County. Pop. 78,295. 

Ames. Chambers, Lowe & Ricbardsony American Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 347. 
Aspy Snyder. Owen & Ly orand, Tenninal Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 348. 
Boardman. Homer N. (^00), Baum Bldg. 

Formerly 17.5. AtVy^ Western JHstriet of Ohlahoma* 
See Card in Appendix, page 7348 . 
Cottingham A Hayes, 807-815 Colcord Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 348. 
Embn^ ('91), Crockett ('95) & Johnson ('01), Suite 410 Lee Building. 
See Card in Appendix, page 1^49. 
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OKLAHOMA.* OKi.AHOifA Couittt. ~ C&ntinued, 

Harris, NowUn & Howell, Snite 309-312 State Natioaal Bank Bldf . 
Itefer to all State Offi4>era or Banking InatitttHons. 

See Card in Appendix, page 349. 
Hastings, BdwardR., Suite 608-514 Baum Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 350. 
Keaton ('90), Wells ('87) & Johnston, Sixth floor, TermiDal Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 351. 
West, Charles (*a5). Terminal Bldg, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 360. [Bldar, 

Wilson, Tomerlln & Buckholts, Saite 806-810 State National Bank 
AHmteye for State National Bank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 352. 



PLA.CB. 

Okmalgea." 

PMl'sVaUey. 

Pawhnaka.* 

Patmee.* 

Perry.* 

Ponea. 

Pond Creek. 

Potean.* 

Piyor* 

PnmU.* 

Ramona. 

lUodleti.* 

Roff. 

Rnih Springs. 

Ryan.* 

Sdliaaw.* 

Sapnlpa.* 

Seyre.* 
SentineL 
Shattoek. 
Shawnee. 



Skiatook. 

Snyder. 

SSrfer* 

Stlfiwater.* 

StinwelL* 

Sulphur.* 

Tahleqnah.* 

Taloga.* 

Tecumseh.* 

Tiilioniio^.* 

Tookawa. 



COUNTY. 

Okmulgee. 

Garrin. 

Oeacre. 

Pawnee. 

Noble. 

Kay. 

Grant. 

Le Flore. 

Mayes. 

McClain. 

WaBhing:ton. 

Cotton. 

Pontotoo. 

Grady. 

Jefferson. 

Seqnorah. 

Creek. 

Beckham. 
Washita. 
EQis. 
Pottawatomie. 



Tolsa. 

Kiowa. 

Haskell. 

Pavne. 

Aoair. 

Murray. 

Cherokee. 

Dewey. 

Pottawatomie. 

Johnston. 

Kay. 



MAMBS OF ATTOaNBTS. 

W. W. Wood (»71). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 349. 
Patterson (B. W.) A Farmer (W. L.). 
A. M. Widdows i C08). 
Edwin R. McNeill ClO). 
Cress & St. Clair. 
Lester A. Maris $ ('08). 
R. E. Salliyan. 
T. T. Vyner C94). 
J. H. Langley. 
John Moore. 
Refer to BartlesTiIle. 
Refer to Lawton. 
Refer to Ada. 
Refer to Chiokasha. 
Refer to Wanrika. 
Curtis & Pitchford. 
John 6. EUinghansen C06). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 3S0i. 
£. H. Gipson. 
Refer to Hobart. 
Refer to Amett. 

Abemathy ('02) & HoweU r08). 
See Cora in Appendix, page 352. 
Ly dick ( '00) & I^dlck ('15). 

See Card in Appendix, page 363. 
Refer to Tulsa. 
Refer to Hobart. 
Clark A Foster. 
Robert At Lowry. 
Refer to Sallisaw. 
Qeo. M. Nicholson. 
J. B. Kinff. 
W. P. Hickok. 

Use ]>dlck & Lydlok of Shawnee. 
H. O. Newman. 
Refer to Blaokwell. 



TULSA.* TcTLBA County. Pop. 27,665. 



[mas. 



Carroll ('91) Sk Mason ('00) Suite 903-908 Kennedy Bl'fr. Cable Ad. Car- 
(3fr. Maeon fornterly of Ivine, Maaon, Jfolff Jt Moguet, JT.JT. C7<#y*) 

See Card in Appendix, page :)54. 
Cochran, William S., 412-415 First Nat. Bank Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 353. 
Poe, Hindman & Lundy, 416-417-418-419 Palaes Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 355. 

Poe, L. M. 

Hindman. C. J. 

Lundy, E. J. 
Bftmsey, de Meules, Rosser, Martin & King, Gallais Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 3S6, 
Randolph, Haver & Shirk, Suite 204 Bank of Commeros Bldg, 

See Card in Appendix, page 354. 
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TULSA.» TuLBA County. — Continwd. 

tWest, Sherman & Davidson, Suite 205-209 Palace BU^. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 356. 
West, Preston G. 
Sherman, Roger S. 
Davidson, A. A. 



NAMES OF ATTOBNSYB. 

W. P. Thoiupeon. 
Robert F. Blair ('91). 

See Card in Amiendix^ JP^H^ 357. 
Maddin & Ruggles. 
Refer to »Shawnee. 
iS> Fooee 

Hridges (I). M.) & V9rtree8 (J. UX 
T. W. Jones, Jr. ('02). 
Refer to Ilnldeiiville. 
John W. Willmott. 
JoneH & Ijester. 
A. W. Andereon § ('02). 
J. T. Wheeler. 



PLACE. 


OOtJSTY. 


Vimta.» 


Craig. 


Waggoner.* 


Wagoner. 


Walter.* 


Cotton. 


Wanette. 


Pottawatomie. 


WatoiMja.* 
Waurika. . 


Blaine. 


JefiTersou. 


Weatherford. 


Custer. 


Wetninka. 


Hughes. 


Wewoka.* 


Seminole. 


Wilburton.* 


Latimer. 


Woodward.* 


Woodward. 


Wynnewood. 


Qarvin. 



ATTORNEYS IN OREGON. 



Capital^ Salbm. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLACE. 

Albany.* 

Ashland. 

Astoria.* 

Baker.* 

Canyon City.* " 

Condon.* 

CoquiUe.* 

Corvallia.* 

Dallas.* 

East Portland. 

Elgin. 

Enterprise.* 

Eugene.* 

Fossil.* 
Gold Beach.* 
Grant's Pass.* 
Gresham. 
Heppner.* 
Hijjsboro.* 
Hood Rivei'.* 
Independence. 
Jacksonville.* 
Klamath Falls.* 
La Fayette. 
La Grande.* 
Lakeview.* 
McMinnville.* 
Marshfield. 
Medford. 



MUtoB. 
Moro.* 



CODNTY. 

Linn. 

Jackson. 

Clatsop. 

Baker. 

Grant. 

Gilliam. 

Coos. 

Benton. 

Polk. 

Multnomah. 

Union. 

Wallowa. 

Lane. 

Wheeler. 

Curry. ^ 

Josephine. 

Multnomah. 

Morrow. 

Washington. 

Hood River. 

Polk. 

Jackson. 

Klamath. 

Yamhill. 

Union. 

I>ake. 

Yamhill. 

Coos. 

Jackson. 



Umatilla. 
Sherman. 



NAMES OF ATTOKNEYS. 

Hewitt § (H. H., '77) ^k SoxJ (C. B., '98). 

E. D. Briggs ('78). 

Frank Spittle § ('92). 

William Smith. 

Geo. H. Cattauach § ('94). 

Shanks & Homer. 

A. J. Sherwood. 

Yates § (J. F., '96) & Lewis § (Jay L., »11). 

Oscar Hayter § ('95). 

Refer to Portland. 

Refer to La Grande. 

Daniel Boyd. 

Smith § (R. G., '04) & Bryson § (E. R., »98), 

Attortieya for Fir»t National JBafUcm 
H. H. § ('87) & Ford Hendrieks § ('15). 
Refer to Marshfield. 
O. S. Blanchard \ ('98). 
Refer to Porthmd. 
Sam. E. Van Vactor § C95). 
II. T. Bagley. 
Arthur Palmer Tifft. 
Refer to Dallas. 
H. K. Hanna. 

E. L. Elliott. § 
Refer to McMiimville. 

F. S. Ivanhoe. [L., •16), 
Thompson § (W. Lair, '05) & Boone (Jaa. 

F. W. Fenton. 

Bennett § (T. T., '09) <fe Swanton § (B., '98>. 

IJiicoln McCormack ('89). 

See Card in Ajypendix^ page 357. 
A. E. Rearaes § ('93). 
W. M. Peterson. 



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dJclaad. 
Ontario. 
Oregon Citar.* 
Pendleton.* 



OOUMTT. 

Bialhenr. 

Douglas. 

Malheur. 

ClaokanuMi* 

Umatilla. 



IfAMEB OF ▲TTOHmSTS. 

Refer to Vale. 

Refer to Roeeboig. 

Refer to Vale. 

C. D. § (78) & D. G. Latooietto § Cm. 

Carter (Chas. H.) & Smythe (Dan P.). 

Will M. Peterson. 



I^nHnille.* 
BoseboTg.* 
St. Helen.* 



PORTLAND.* Multnomah Coumtt. Pop. 207,214. 

Bauer $ & Greene $ and A. H. McCurtaIn, 600-606 Henry Bldg. 

8^ Card tn Appendix, page 357. [Cable Ad. Greba. 

Brtotol, WOUam C. (^82), 504 Wilooz Bldg. Cable Ad. Bristol. 

Grigsby, Fenton E. ('06). 
Bronauiifli, ESarl C, Northwestern Bank Bldg; 

See Card in Appendix^ page 357. 
Bronaogh, Jerry E., Title <& Tmst Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^age 358. 
Carey & Kerr, 1410 Yeon Building. 

Carey, Charles H. 

Kerr, James B . [Chamber of Commeroe. 

Chaniberlaln, ThomaSy Kraemer & Humphreys^ 400-407 

See Card in Appendix, page 358. 
Clelandy John B. § (71)^ 612-614 Chamber of Conmieroe. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 358. [Cleland. 

Ck^an, Ralph A., 633-35 Pittock Block. Cable Ad. Coan.H 
OeiMral Civil I*ractieef Trial Work: I>epo9ition9:l*rofnpt Attention 
given to all B%i9itieae. Mefere to lAimbertnens jfational Bank* 

See Card in Appendix, page liSS, 
Ck>le & Cole, § 1009 Wilcox BnUding. 

See Card in Appendix, page 358. 
Bmmons & Webster, 1424-1 428 Yeon Bldg. Cable Ad. Acemmont. | 

See Card in Appendix, page 359. 

Emmons, Arthur C. 

Webster, Lionel R. 
Heckbert. Edwin E.» 1010 Board of Trade Bldg. 
Careful Attention to Bueineas of ITon-Beeidente, 

See Card in Appendix, page 360. 
Huntington $ ('83) & Willon ('86), 805-807 Lewis Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 360. 
Makelim. W. J^| 1434 Northwestern Bank Building. 

See Card in Appendix^page 360. 
Moser, Gus. C, 1524-1529 Yeon Bldg. C!able Ad. Qusmosen 

See Card in Appendix, page 360. 
Sabin, R. L. § r88)^740-747 Morean Bldg. [Schnabet.ll 

Schnabel§ & La Roche, 600 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Cable. Afi. 

See Card in Appendix, page 361. 
Teal, Minor & Winfree, 1016 Spalding Bldg. Cable Ad. Cotenln.) 

Teal, J. N. Winfree, A. B. 

Minor, Wirt. Johnson, W. A« 

McCulloch, W. C. 
MacVeagh, Rogers. 

Veness, Thaddeus W. 
Veaade, McConrt & Veaz ie, 611 0>rbett Building. 
Veazie, A. L. 
McConrt, John. 



Veazie, J. C. 



[Ad. Whitfield.il 




See Card in Appendix, page 361. 
iWooD, MoNTAOUB, HuNT & (jooKiNOHAM, Yeou Building. 
Wood, C. E. S. Hunt, Isaac D. 

MowTAonB, Richard W. Wood, Erskotb. 

COOKIKQHAU, PrBSCOTT W. 



Crook. 

Doug^. 

Columbia. 



M. R. Elliott. 
OliverP. (>»how§('90). 
Miller & Harris. 



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PXJLOB. 


OOUMTT. 


Sia«m* 


Miffion. 


Snmpter. 




Talent. 


Jaokflon. 


TheDallflft.* 


Waooo. 


TillAmook* 


TUlomook. 


Toledo.* 


Lincoln. 


Union. 


Union. 


Vale.* 





NAMES OF ▲TTOBrarS. 

MoNary & McNary. 

Refer to Baker. 

Refer to Ashland. 

Fred W. Wilron. 

H. T. Botts § r94). 

Refer to Corrallis. 

R. J. Elitchen. 

Davis § (Geo. E./89) <& Keater $ (Bnioe 






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Capital, HASBifiBUBo. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

ALliENTOWN.* Lehiqr County. Pop. 51,913. 

Aubrey & Steckel, 606-10-12 Commonwealth Bld«r. 

See Card in Appendix, page 26\. 
Butz C89) & Rupp ('05), Allentown Nat. Bank Bldg. 
AUomeyt for Jjehigh Vailey Railroad Co* 

See Card in Appendix, page 3G2. 
Diefenderfer, John G. ('88), 506 Hamilton St. 
Oernerdy Fred B. ('05). Ainey Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 362. 
Hennlnger & Hennlnser. 511-513 Commonwealth BUg. 

Henninger, Milton C. r76). 

Hennioger, James F. (15). 
Hottenstein, M. S. ('99), 221 Commonwealth Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 362. 
Rnnk, Fred G. W. CSi), 601 Hamilton St. 
General Praetiee and CoUeetions, 
Mefere to any Banh in Allentown, 
SchantZy M. P. ('02), Rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4 Lentz Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 362. 



FLACB. OOUHTY. 

Allegheny City. Allegheny. 

Blair. 



Altoona. 

Annville. 

Apollo. 

Ashland. 

Athena. 

Avooa. 

Bangor. 

Beaver.* 

Bearer Falls. 

Beaver Springs. 

Beavertown. 

Bedford.* 

Bellefonte.* 

Berlin. 

Berwick. 

Bethlehem. 



Lebanon. 

Armstrong. 

SchnylkUI. 

Bradford. 

Luzerne. 

Northampton. 

Beaver. 

Beaver. 

Snyder. 

Snyder. 

Bedford. 

Centre. 

Somerset. 

Columbia. 

Northampton. 



Blairsville. 

Bloomsbnrg.* 

Blossbnrg. 

Boyertown. 

Braddook. 



Indiana. 

Columbia. 

Tioea. 

Berks. 

Allegheny. 



KAMBS OF ATTORmerv. 

Morris, Walker & Boyle. 
PUtsburffh address, 1608 Comnt&nwealih Slda, 
H. F. Walters ('04). 

See Card in Appendix, page 36S. 
Refer to Lebanon. 
Refer to Kittaiming. 
Walter Tribley. 
Chas. E. Mills. 
Refer to Pittston. 
Jos. M. R. Long. 
Robert W. Darragh ('01). 

See Card in Appendix, page 363. 
Refer to Beaver. 
Refer to Middleburg. 
Refer to Middleburg. 

Simon H. Sell. [mnnd, '99). 

Blanchard (John, '86) & Blaaohard $ (Ed- 
Refer to Somerset. 
W. E. Elms. 
R. 8. Taylor ('99). 

Jtefers to J^Hrst National Bank, 
See Card in Appendix, page 364. 
C. H. Moore. 
John G. Hamian. 
Refer to Wellsboro. 



Refer to Reading. 
B. H. Pettes. 
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PLAO& 

Bradford* 

Bxstol. 
Bro^fiUfl.* 
fimiriiiTille* 
Butler.* 

Cambridgoboro. 
Caatan. 
Carboodile. 
CarlUle.* 



Cstai 
ChambenbniK** 

ClutiaEQi. 



UfUOonL 

Clalrton. 

Clarion.* 

Ckaifieia.* 

Coatearaia. 



Columbia. 

ConnMHityille. 

ConaellsTille. 

CmaliohoekeB. 

Corry. 

Conaenport.* 

CnrwsniYille. 

DaaTiile.* 

Darby. 

DkikaaaCitj. 

Dooora. 

Dowiunstown. 

Dqylestowii.* 

Da Bon. 

Dnimioiv. 

Duav 

Diuli- 

East Downmt^town. 



OOUHTY. 

HoKean* 

Bnoka. 
JeffenoD. 
Fayette. 
Butler. 

Crawfofd^ 
Bradford. 
Lackawanna. 
Cumberlaud. 

Allep^heny. 
Lehigh.^ 
Colninbia. 
Franklin. 



Washin^^n. 
Delaware. 

Butler. 

Allep^beny. 

Clanon. 

Clearfield. 

Chester. 

Crawford. 

Lancaster. 

Crawford. 

Fayette. 

Idontgomfliy. 

Eriei 

Potter. 

Clearfield. 

Montour. 

Chester. 

Lackawanna. 

Washington. 

Chester. 

Bucks. 

Clearfield. 

Lackawanna, 

AllMfheny. 

SnUiYan. 

Chester. 



VA.UBB OP ▲TTOBirXTS. 

Buf us B. stone (76). 

See Card in App^ix^ page 9&L 
Refer to Doylestown. 
R. £. Brown. 
H. A. Cottom. 
John B, Hennlnger (*96). 
Attorney for Jfarmere Hat, Banh» 
Refer to Meadyilie. 
T. S. Hickok. 

C. H. Horton. [lab S., *06). 

Hambleton (Consad, ^1) A Brinton (Ca- 
Refer to Homestead. 
WUliam H. SohneUer § C09). 

C. £. Kreisher. 
Sharpe (Walter K.) <& Elder (Irrin C). 

AWye j^ National Bank of ChatHberebiurg, Pa, 

D. M. McCloskey. 
Jos. H. Hinkson ('88). 

Mefera to F^st Nat. Bank or Chester NaU Bk* 
Refer to Butler. 
Refer to Pittsburgh. 
Corbett & Rugh. 
Roland D. Swoope ('78). 
W. S. Harlan. 
Refer to MeadYiUe. 
H. M. North, Jr. 
Refer to Meadville. 
Sterlins, Higbee & Matthews. 
H. M. Tracy. 
Kincaid Sc Kinoaid. 
A. N. Crandall ('94). 
Rokuid D. Swoope (*78). 
Ralph Kisner. 
Refer to Chester. 
Harry Needle § C06). 
Refer to Charleroi. 
Refer to Ccatesrille. 

Boyer (G. S., '04) & Vanartsdalen (I. J., '02). 
W. L. Calkins $ ('90). 
Refer to Scranton. 
Refer to Pittsburgh. 
Refer to Laporte. 
Refer to Coatesville. 



EASTON.* Northampton Cootttt. Pop. 28^23. 

Fox, Edward J. (*80) & James W. ('91), Trust Co. Buildinflr, Centre Sq. 
James, Robert E., Jr. ('04), 205 Trust Bldfc. 
Klrkpatrick & Maxwell, S. W. cor. Centre Square. 
Attorney » for JSatton National Bank* 

Kirkpatrick, Wm. S. ('65). 
Maxwell, Henry D. § ('85). 

Kirkpatrick, W. H. C08). 
Lebr, F. H. (71), 609 Walnut Street. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 364. 
Wilson, James W., Trust Co. Building. 



EbensboiiK.* 

Eldred. 

Biabeth. 



Cambria. 
McKean. 
Allegheny. 
Cameron. 



Mathiot Reade ('93). 
Refer to Smethport. 
Refer to Pittsburgh. 
Jay P. Felt § ('97). 



ERIE.* Ebib County. Pop. 66,625. 

Ouiinlsoii, Ffflh, Gilford & Chapin, Masonic Temple. 
AU'W^for Second Nat, B'k. Hee^irify 8av. & Trwit (Jo, and N. Y» C»B.M, Co, 
Chinnison, Frank ('70). GifFord, W. PiU ('99). 
Ksh, Henry E. ('89). Chapin, Albert O. ('03). 

Walker, A. Grant ('15). 

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^erwin^. M. § (*91). 
CarroU, W. S. § (W. 




PUIOB. 


OOUHTY. 


Brans City. 


Butier. 


Bverattt. 


Bedford. 


FarreU. 


Meroer. 


FrackviUe. 


Sohnylkill. 


Franklin** 


Venango. 


Fredonia. 


Meroer. 


Freedom. 


Beaver. 


Freeport. 


Armstrong. 


Gettysburg.* 


Adams. 


Giritfd. 


£rie. 


Girardville. 


Schuylkill. 


Gordon. 


Sohnylkill. 


Great Bend. 


Susquehanna. 


Greencastle. 


Franklin. 


Greensburg.* 


Westmoreland. 


Greenville. 


Mercer. 


Hallstead. 


Berks. 


Hamburg. 


Hanover. 


York. 



ERIE.* Ebib CouifTT. — Continued. 

JHoore^ Harrv L. (*90), 604 Marine Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 364. 
Sherwin (J. M.) and W. S. Carroll, 1107 Palace Hardwaie Bldg. 
CatT^oration Law, Trial Work. AWye for I^eoplee Sank, G eneral JBUeitric Cq» 



NAMSS OV ATTOBHBTS. 

Refer to Butler. 
Refer to Bedford. 
Refer to Sharon. 
Refer to Ashland. 
John L. Nesbit § («99). 

See Card in Appendix ^ page 360. 
Refer to Mercer. 
Refer to Bearer. 
S. F. Clark. 
John D. Keith C02). 
Refer to Erie. 
Refer to Ashland. 
Refer to Ashland. 
Refer to Susquehanna. 
W. R. Davison. 
Bobbins & Wyant. 

AtVyfor Baltitnore A Ohio M, B, Co,, 
Ligonier Valley M, S, Co. 
Gny Thorne. 

ireneee : lat Nat. and GreenvHle Jr«l. Bke* 
Refer to Susquehanna. 
Refer to Reading. 
Elhrehart & Bange. 

HARRISBURG.* IfAnPHiN Coukty. Pop. 90,400. 

Wickersbam (;88) & Metzger § ('11), 409, 410, & 411 Bergner Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 365. 

Refer to Honesdale. 
Kline & Bigelow. 
Robert W. Smith § ('85). 
F. J. TyreU. 
Chas. P. Searle. 
Refer to Coatesville. 
Harry Boulton. 
Refer to Harrisburg. 
W. M. Henderson. 
Summers M. Jack ('79). 
Refer to Susquehaima. 
Refer to Greenville. 
John T. Hyatt. 
Charles C. Greer (*93). 
"Befereneee: Jet Nat. Bank; tTohneUmm, Tr. Co. 
Mullen (J. E.) <fe Woods (F. J.). 
Refer to Mount Carmel. 
W. H. Goodwin. 
H. A. Heilman. 

Refer to Reading. [Covkel. 

Coyle ('80) & Keller Q^). Cable Ad . 
Solicitore for Coneetoga Nat. Bnnk and 
Farmers Nat. Bank of Bphmtu. 
See Card in Appendix, page 367. 
Refer to Susquehanna. 
Samuel D. C^nver. 
F. W. Meylert ('02). 
Refer to (^reensbnrg. 
E. E. McCurdy. 

See Card in A^pendix^ page 366. 
Refer to Kittanning. 
Refer to Manch Chunk. 
Andrew Albright Leiser ('74). J 

Andrew Albright Leiser, Jr. ('01). } 
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Hawley. 


Wayne. 


Hazleton. 


Luzerne. 


Hollidaysbuig.* 


Blair. 


Homestead. 


Allegheny. 


Honesdale.* 


Wayne. 


Honeybrook. 


Chester. 


Houtzdale. 


Clearfield. 


Hummelstown. 


Dauphin. 


Huntingdon.* 


Huntingdon. 


Indiana.* 


Indiana. 


Jackson. 


Susquehanna. 


Jamestown. 


Mercer. 


Jersey Shore. 


Lycoming. 


Johnstown. 


Cambria. 

"Dm 


Kane. 


McKean. 


Keiser. 


Northumberland. 


Kingston. 


Luzerne. 


Kittanning.* 


Armstrong. 


Kutztown. 


Berks. 


fjancaster.* 


Lancaster. 

* 


Tianesboro. 


Susquehanna. 


Lansdale. 


Montgomery. 


Laporte.* 


Sullivan. 


Latrobe. 


Westmoreland. 


Lebanon.* 


Lebanon. 


Leechburg. 


Annstrong. 


Lehighton. 


Carbon. 


Lewisbuigh.* 


Union. 



ATTOBNETS IN FENNSTLVANIA. 



167 



PLACE. 

Lewistowi.* 

LockHaTen.* 

Locust G^i. 

Likens. 

MeCoonenslNUg.* 

McKeeiport. 

McKeei BoekiL * 

Mahanoy City. 

Mahanoy Flajie. 

Manheiin. 

Mamfield. 

Haufield Valley. 

Marietta. 

Man. 

Martmaboigr. 

Maaeh Chimk.* 

MeadTiUe.* 



Meehamcsbaie. 
Media.* 

Mareep.* 

Merotxabiixe. 

Middleboig.* 

Middletown. 

Mifflinbai)^ 

MiJBBmtowii.* 

MUford.* 

MifleHibufg. 

Milton. 

Mioeaville. 

Monaea. 



MoDoqgahela. 
Montrne.* 
Mount Cannel. 

Mount Joy. 

Mount Fleaaant. 

Money. 

Mymtown. 

Naatiooke. 

Natalie. 

Nev Bloomfield.* 

N«w Brixton. 

New Gastle.» 

NewHoQand. 

Newport. 

NewTiDa. 



OOUXTT. 

Mifflin. 

Clinton. 

Northomberland. 

Danphin. 

Folton. 

Allegheny. 

Alleifheny. 

Schuylkill. 

Schuylkin. 

Lancaster. 

Tioga. 

Allegheny. 

Lancaster. 

Butler. 

Blair. 

Carbon. 

Crawford. 



Cumberland. 
Delaware. 

Meroer. 

Franklin. 

Snyder. 

Dauphin. 

Union. 

Juniata. 

Pike. 

Danphin. 

Northumberland. 

Schuylkill. 

Beaver. 

Westmoreland. 

Washington. 

Susquehanna. 

Northumberland. 



Westmoreland. 

Lycoming. 

Lebanon. 



Northumberland. 

Perry. 

Beayer. 

Law^rence. 

Lancaster. 

Perry. 

Cumberland. 



vAuxa OF ATTosmm. 

Rufus C. Elder (77). 
Sidney D. Fnrst. 
Refer to Mount CarmeL 
£. L. Keen. 
John P. Sipes. 
H. J. McAllister. 
Refer to Pittsburgh. 
J. Garrahan. 
Refer to Ashland. 
Refer to Lancaster. 
H. B. Leach. 
Refer to Pittsburgh. 
Refer to Columbia. 
Refer to Butler. 
Refer to Hollidaysburg. 
Jacob C. Loose. 
Otto Kohler ('85). 
g eneral Practice in federal and State Oourie* 

See Card in Appendix^ page 366. 
George Lloyd. [Philadelphia. 

Use Robinson. Marsh & Kaufman, of 

See Card in Appendix^ page 380. 
Stranahan & Sampson. 
Refer to Chambeisbuig. 
M. I. Potter. 
Refer to Harrisbntg. 
David L. GIoTcr. 
Fiank M. M. Pennell C^. 
George R. Bull. 
Refer to Lykens. 
W. H. Hackenbuig. 
John B. McGurl. 
Refer to Beaver. 
Refer to Charleroi. 
Vance & Gibson. 
Wm. A. Titsworth § (*04). 
Vonght $ (Preston A-JOi), Moseri(H. Oltrer, 

'm A Magrady § (fWerick W., '09). 
Refer to Lancaster. 
Refer to Greensbuig. 
Thomas Wood ('10).- 
Refer to Lebanon. 
T. D. & C. A. Shea. 
Refer to Mount Carmel. 
James W. Shull. 
Refer to Beaver. 
R. L. Hildebrand § ('09). 
Refer to Lancaster. 
Refer to New Bloomfield. 
Refer to Carlisle. 



NORRISTOWN.* Montgoioert Comrrr. Pop. 31,000. 

Eivansy High, Dettra & Swartz, Penn and De Kalb Streets. 
Jt^0r 1o the Korrietoutn Trust Co, or any Bank* 
£van8, Montgomery ('78). Dettra, John M. § ('87). 
High. Samuel H. ('99). Sw&rtz, Aaron S., Jr. Cll). 

Jenldns, J. P. Hale § C74\ 508 Swede St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 366. 
Knipe, Irvin P. § (%9), 6 Airy St. 

ISLeferm to NorrieUnon Trust Oo» or any Bank* 



North EmL Brie. 

Nnthnmberlaad. Northumberland. 
OU aty. Venango. 



Olyphant. 
OfeeeolaMilU 

Qxfoid. 
Pkikesbnzg. 



Lackawanna. 
Clearfield. 
Chester. 
Chester. 

II Use "Wegtem 

In eorre^pandingt fnention 

A12 



Refer to Brie. 

M. p. Tiemey. 

Breene ('8:3) & Breene § ('01). 

See Card in Appendix, page 366. 
Harry Needle. 
Refer to Clearfield. 
Chester C. Cami>belL 
Refer to CoatesviUe. 
Union Telegraph Code. 

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IW ATTORNEYS. IN PENNSYLVANIA. 

PHIIiADBIiPHIA.* Philadelphia Couhtt. Pop. 1,510,006. 

Bauerle, Albert T., 606 Commonwealth Bnilding. 

See Card in Appendix, page 368. 
BeggSy Robert A., Jr. ('04), Weightman Bldg., 152i Ghestnnt Street. 
Former President Law Aeadetny of l*Hilaaeiphia, . 

See Card in Anpendix^ page 368. 

€^eneral Pradiee, Counsel for FidelUff A l>eposU Co. of Mar^Msnsd. 
Breitlnger A Breitlngery 714-717 Franklin B\Ag, 



See Card in Appendix, page 369. 
Breltinger, Frederick L. (^82). 
Breittnger, Frederick W. § ('12). 



460 Draxel Bnildiiig. 



321 Chestnitt St» 



Browiit John Douglass ('81), ) 

Stitzell, Henry F. r88), > 

Remlck, Raymond M. ('09), ) 
Byron, Longbottom & Pape, 620-^25 Stephen Girard Bldg. 

Byron, Robert J. ('91). Lonffbottom, A. S. 004). 

Pape, G. Lawrence ('14). 

' Schieder, Gfeoige T. laaaoa, Al. H. 

Barrett, John L. Byron, D. R. 

Qsnsral Praotioe in State and Federal Courts. Corporation, Comsnereial, 
Bankruptcy, and Probate Practice, Trial of Causes* Issue CotnnUsmtonm 
for DepoBitions to Oeorge T. Sehieder, Heferenoes: Judges PkHadeiphia 
County Courts f Continental- Equitable Title and Trust Co. / Market Bfreet 
Ifational Bank. Othere in anu Line on Application, 

See Card in Appendix, page 370. Cable Ad. Byron. 

Carr & Stelnmetz, Suite 603 Bailey Bldg., 1218 Chestnat St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 371. 
Chapman ('83) & Chapman (*91), Suite 1420 WidenerBldg. CaUA Ad. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 3G0, [Chama* 

Clark, Joseph S., 

Clark, Percy H., 
McCarthy, Henry A., 
Chrisman, William L., 
McGinnis^Andrew B., 
Madeira2_Edward W., / 
Colahan, J. B., 3rd ('99), 1207-8 Morrb Bldg. 

Se^ Card in Appendix, page 372. 
Conard, Mlddleton and Orr, 804-805-806 Linooln Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 372, 
Gonlen, Brinton h Acker, Suite 1935 Commeroial Trust Bldg. Cable 
See Card in Appendix, pa^e 373. [Ad. Cobrac 

Conlen, WillUm J. ('01). Brinton, Jasper Yeates (H)l). 
Ac ker, J. Henry Radey (*0 2). 

Manning, J. Thruston, Jr. Brown, Everett H., Jr. 
Wicker, Csmis French. 
Cooper, Bamael W. ('81), 1200-1207 Lincoln Buildmg. 
Attorney for JB. O. T>un & Co, 
See Card in Appendix, page 374. 
Diokson, Beitler <& McConch, 750 Bullitt Bldg. Cable Ad. Debemac 
Bullitt, John C. Diokaon, Samuel. 
Dale, Richard C. _ 

Beitler, Abraham M. McCouch, H. Gordon. 

Diokaon, Arthur 0. McMullan. James. 

Beitler, Harold B. Drinker, Henry S., Jr. 

Kitzmiller,^Wm. M. Hopkinson, Edward, Jr. 

McKeman, Louis W. 

Admiralty Practice a Specialty. 
Bdwards, Geori^ J., Jr., Suite 528 Stephen Girard Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 375. 
Fox('()3) & Rothschild ('05), Suite 1116-1123 Stock Exchange Bvildnis. 

See Card in Appendix, page 373. 
Furs^ A. O. & W. S., 917-923 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 376. 
Gerhard, Albert P., 1().S8 Commercial Trust Building. 

Oeneral and Orphatis* Court Practice, Un, of Penn, i'00)» 

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ATTORNEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 161> 

PHILADELPHIA.* 'PBnJk]>VLBiaA Couvrr. — C&nHmied, 

GlAScpw, WUllam A., Jr. ) 
Pftrry Chester N., Jr. 1 

I>evereiuE, Ashton. i Suite 1018 Real Estate Tmit Bld^r* 
Beury, Charles E. [ 
Krausl Meyer. j 

Glenn & Glenn, Saite 836 Commercial Tmst Bldg/ 
Glenn, Edwin W.ns). 
Glenn, Solomon F. (^04). 
Ha^en, James F., 905-7 Lafayette Bid;., Fifth & Cbestniit Stfk 
OrphnfU* (Probate) Court i*raetiee a Bpeeialty. ' 
IHowson & Howson, 32 S. Bxoad St. Cable Ad. Howson. 

Patent Law, See Card in Appendix^ page 37f . 
Johnson, Archibald Todd ('91)), Suite 818 Real Estate Tract Bklg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 373. 
ItJoNss, J. Levbrino, 
Bkbbbb, DimfBR, 
BoTSB, Hbkrt C, 
Ba0Kblb, Harbt T.« 
Yfusov^. Warikq, 
Alxbr, Harrt J., Jr., 
Joy, Charles B. (*98), 802 Ctozer Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 377. 
liongstreth, Walter C. ('04), 408 Bailev Bide. 
Ijoaghlln & Bracken, Suite 1116 Stephen Giraid Bldff. 
Liongh lln> Henr y C . ('79). Brac k en, F. B . C92). 

Woolford, Samuel W. Loughlin. John K. 

HUler, Phillppua W. '82), 133 S. Twelfth St. 

See Card in Appenaix^page 378. 
Morris & Klrby, Lineobi Building:, Broad & S. Penii. Sq. . 

See Card in Appendix^ page 377. 
Norrls, G. Helde. Suite 439 Land TiUe Bldg. Cable Ad. Heldnor. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 379. 

Norris, G. Heide ('75). 

Morris, WilUam S. ('96). 
Page A Page, Suite 700 West End Trust Bldgr. Cable Ad. Egap. 

Page, S. Davis. 

Page» Howard W. 
Peek, Shields A Clark, Fourth floor, West End Tnist Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 379. [Rawle. 

Bawle A Henderson, 1004-5-6-7 West End Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Rawle, Francis ('71). 

Henderson, Joseph ('13). 
Beber, J. Howard, 1001 Chestnut St. 

Asaooiate Counsei, Pereival H, Granger, Hewry B. SehaffeTt Jr,, 

M. Mafutaii Maraton, Heilner Jti, Gaul, Frank W* MeJvin, 

Organiaed Collection and Jteporting 

I^eparHnent, Special J}epartm,enta pre- 

pariMl to handle anjf elaaa of lAtiganon. 

See Card in Appendix, poge 379. 
Bellly, Paul, 1214-1215 Liberty Bldgr. • 
^^meralPraeilee, Mefereneea: The Pennaylffania Company, Jte>, Itaurel 
Mill Cmneiery Co., Cofnmeroial Truat Company, Provident Life S 
TruatCo,,and United 8tatea , Radiator Corp., of Detroit, Mieh, 

See Card in Appendix, page 379. 
Roberts, Montgomery A McKeehan, 1510 Morris Bldg. 

Roberts, Owen J. Montgomery, W* W..Jt. 

McKeehan, Charles L. McCracken, Robert T. 
Brownback, Garrett A._ 

Maene, €leorge A. § Walker, Robert C. 

Reath, Thomas, Jr. § Shipley, Thomas E. 

Weston, Charles H. [Ad. Qllp. 

Boblnsonu Marsh A Kaufman, 1218 Stephen Girard Bldg. Cable 
See Card in Appendix, page 380. 

Robinson, V. Gilpin ('72). Manih, John Greth ('00). 
Kauf man, Jo hn G. ('( H). _ 

Walker, J. Eugene. Deininger, C. L. 

PUlAdelpbla continued on next page. 

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170 ATTORNEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 

PHILADBIiPHIA.* Pbilabblphia Codhtt. — Coitftoid. 

Rogers, James S., 701 Gomnumwealth Building. 
General Civil PraeHee in tUl Caurte, 
JBuBineaa of non-residents a specialty. 

See Card in Appendix, page 380. 
ShlclL, Robert P. C95\ 1107 Liberty Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, paoe 380. 
Smith, Walter George, 711-12 Witherspoon Building. [Gable Ad. Smirt. 
Smithers (*87),. Bf oise C95) & LauJs. C99), Suite 1100 Land Title Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 381. 
Specknoian, John W. ('89), 815-^16 Stephen Girard Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 381. 
Stantony Jas. L. (^80), Witherspoon Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 381. I?l^- 

Synnestvedt. Bradley. Lecnner & Fowkes, Gommonwealtli Trust. 

See Card in Appendix, pctge 382. 
White & WetheHll, Suite 1214 Commonwealth Bldg. 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 382. 

White, Willlam ('93). 

WetherilL J. Lawrence ('96). 
Whlte^ White & Taulane» 1201-1206 Stephen Girard Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 383. [Ad. Probate. 

Williams, James S. ('77), 911, 912, & 913 Stephen Girard Bklg. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 382. 
Wintersteen, A. H. 

McCoy^Joaeph D. 

Smith, H. Harrison. 

Ervin, Spencer. j 
Warts, John S. ('04), $ 1225 Land Tide Bldg. Cable Ad. Wurts Phila.| 

iSee Card in Appendix, page 383. 
Ck^mmissioner of Deeds for all the States, John S. Warts, § 1225 Land 

Title Bldg. Cable Ad. Wurts Phila.I| 

5ee Card in Appendix^ page 383. 
Mercantile Collections, Carr & Steinmetz, 602-603 Bailey Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 371. 
Shriver, Bartlett & Co., 1 S. Broad St. 
iSee Card in Appendix, page 372. 



1601 Morris Bldg. Cable Ad. Winterlaw. 



PULOB. OOUin!T. NAMES OF ATTOBinEYB. 

FhiU|>sbui|r. Centre. Geo. W. Zeigler § ('82). 

FhcBoizyilM. Chester. John Haviland, Jr. 



PITTSBURGH.* Ai.lbohbnt County. Pop. 571,981. 

BakeweU & Byrnes, 1716a-1721 Farmers B'k Bldg. Cable Ad. Bak*- 

Bymes, Cliurenoe P. (*92). P a mielee, George H . CwelL 

Stebbins, George £. Heller, Jesse B. 

Calvert, Thompson & Wilson, 1237 OliTer Bldg. 

Calvert, George H. 

Thompson, Donald. 

Wilson, William A. 
Chantler, McClung & Alexander, 1113 Park Bldg. 

Chantler, Thomas D. Mc.Clnng, William H. 

Alexander, Park J. McClung, S. A^ Jr. 

Miller, Jerome A. 
Dalsell. Fisher & Hawkins, 450 Fourth Ave. CaUe Ad. Dalzell.l 

Dalzell, William S. Fisher, Gordon. 

Hawkins, R. H. 

Dalzell, Robert D. 
Reed, John M. 
Dannals & Shaffer, 1306 Berger Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 383. 
Evans. Noble & Evans, 1440-1444 Oliver Bldg. 
Evans, Henry Oliver. Noble, Edwin T. 

£vatts, Berne H. 
Gilmore, S. A. McKenna, B. J. 

Graham, Robert F. ('01), 1366-1367 Frick Annex. 
See Card in Appendix, page 383. 

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ATTORNEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 171 

PITTSBURGH.* Axj^BaHSNT Gouhtt. — ConttiitMif . 

Gray, James H. r*d5), 1266 Frick Buildins: Annex. 

^ee C<trd in Appendix^ page 384. 
Harton, Geo. M . (*92), go&-911 Berger Bldg. Gable Ad. Harton.H 

See Card in Appendix^page 384. 
KUmear, McCloskey & Beat, 1542-1546 OUver Bldg. Gabl« Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 386. [KinnearJ 

Einnear, Jamm W. (*89). McGloskey, T. D. ('00). 
Best, WUliam £. ('95). 
Ltyon & Hunter^ 141 1 Berger Bldg. 

L yon, Walter ('7 7 ). Hnnter, John P. ('82). 

Bock, Harrison ('00)^ Uahn, Herbert R. ('06). 
Lyon. Stanley ('12). 
McKee, Mitchell A Alter, 1010-1020 Park Bldg. 
McKee, Gharies H. Mitchell, H. Walton. 

Alter, (ieorge E. Wright, Gifford K. 

Barron, Alexander J. Beck, Joseph A. [Deeatur.1 

Mebard, Scully & Mehard, 1012-1014 Frick Bldg. Gable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 384. 
Mehard, Samuel S. 
Scnlly, Gomelius D. 

Mehard, Ghnrchill B. [Morwal.l 
MorrlSy Walker & Boyle, 1608 Gommonwealtb Bldg. Gable Ad. 
Co rp o ra ttof, Me«U JBttate, and Probate TLaw ; Settlement of EsUnte* and Cotm^ 
tmercial lAtigaHon, Legal References : New York — White A Casef JLusseU 
A Winsiaw: Colby A Goldbeehx Kellogg, Bmrry A Cuthell f MawHngtf 4t 
CFIooscMK. CMeago — Wolt, €h*tting S Sidley ; Musgrave, Oppenheign 4t 2ie«f*< 
Toronto— Blake, Laeh, Anglinft Caesele, JJondon — atAbard, €Hb§on A Co, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 385. 
Morris, Alyin A. Walker, Albert J. 
Boyle, A. I., Jr. ' 

Frank, Ralph H. Lauer, John H. 

MoGinness, S. W. Harrison. Bruce. 
Patterson, Crawford, Miller & Arensberg, 1712 OHyer Bldg. 
Patterson, Thomas. Grawfond, James S. 
Miller, James R. Arensberg, G. F. G. 

Dunn, James R. 

Oriffiliis, Edwin P. Heron, John. 
Pettes § emu Tyrrell Til) & Bracken ('09), 402 Friok Building. 

See Card in Appenaixy page 386. 
Beed, Smith, Shaw & Beal, 747 Union Arcade. Gable Ad. 

Reed, J. H. (75). Frazer, John G. ('04). [Knoxraed» 

Smith, Edwin W. ('81). Dodds, Robert J. ('03). 

Shaw, GJeorge £. ('84). Robinson, William M. ('03). 

Real, James H. ('92). Seifert, Wm. A. ('03). 

Motheral, Geo. B. ('84). Heard, John J. ('07). 

McGlay, Samuel ('8:^). Kerr, Allen H. ('07). 

Reed, David A. ('03). RosseU, Robert T. fOB). 

Bobb A Miller, 1206 Berger Building. 

Robb, John S., Jr. 

Miller, Frederic W. 
Schoyer, William E. ('08), 1711 OUrer Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page .386. 
Schreiner & Loeffler, 80H-><10 Frick Bldg. 

Attorneya for : Weotern Union Telegraph Co, f Oakland Savingo A 
Trust Co, Meferenees: Any Bank or Trust Co. in JPittsburgh. 

See Card in Appendix^ pog^ 387. 

Schreiner, Edward COO), 

Loeffler, Albert J. ('02>. 
Seymour, Patterson & Slebeneck, 1308 Farmers Bank Bldg. 

Patterso n, H. H. iSiebeneck, H. K. 

Ghambers, Palmer S. Haggerty, John F. [Gable Ad. StQral.)| 

Stoneclpher ('01) & Ralston ('01), 604-609 Farmers Bank Bldg. 
Comn A B'U^ey Ximt. Sneeial Collection J>ep*t, Befer to Buqttesne Nat'l Bk, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 386. [Ad. Paulsvn. 

Synnestvedt. Bradley. Lechner & Fowkes, Frick Bldg. Gable 

See Card in Appendix, page 382. 
Taylor, Oscar T. r94), 1216-18 Park Bldg. Cable Ad. Ostay.lj 
See Card in Appendix^ page 387. 
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ATTORNEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 



PITTSBURGH.* Au^aaHEinr Gouktt. — Continued. 

Watterson, A. V. D. § C79), Fidelity Bldg., S41 Fourth Ave. 

AtVyfor City Ina, Co., Weid»n Jt Kelly Co,. Beat Kmtati^ 
Weil & Thorp, 821 Friok Bldg. Cable Ad. Weilthorpbl 

Weil, A. Leo. Ruslander, iS. Leo. 

Tho rp, Chaa . M. Goldgmith, Ma lcolm. 

Warn, George K. Greenbaum, Meyer. 
SScott, L. P. Weil, Ferdinand T. 

WilUams & Edwards. 901-906 Berger Blc^. 
. 8te Card in Appendix^ page 387. 



TtTm Cm* 



PULOB. 



COUKTY. 



Pittston. 
Pleasantrille. 
Plymouth. 
Port Allegany. 
Pottstown. 



Luzerne. 

Venango. 

Luzerne. 

MoKean. 

Montgomery. 



NAIUS OF ▲TTOIUraTI. 

Wm. W. Hall § (^02). 
Refer to Oil City. 
Harry L. Freeman. 
C. W. Catlin. 
Jeaae R. Evans § ('06). 



POTTSVILLE.* Schuylkill County. Pop. 26,000. 

Carl H. Wagner § ('93), 318 W. Market St. 
ard 



Pnmnatawney. 
Qnakertown. 



See Card in Appendix^ page 387. 



Jefferson. 
Buoks. 



Jacob L. Fisher § ('02). 
Refer to Doylestown. 



BEADING.* Bbbks County. Pop. 102,575. 

Bechtel, W. B., 546 <& 548 Court St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 388. 
KeppeimaQ, John A., 540 Court St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 389. 



RenoTo. 

Resmoldsyille. 

Bldgway.* 

Roaring Spring. 
Ro(^eifter. 
8t.^hur. 
St. Biary's. 
St. Peteisbuig. 
Sayre. 

Schuylkill Haven. 
Soottdale. 



Clinton. 

Jefferson. 

Elk. 

Bhiir. 

Beaver. 

Schuylkill. 

Elk. 

Clarion. 

Bradford. 

Schuylkill. 

Westmoreland. 



Refer to Lock Haven. 
Refer to Brookville. 
Eugene H. Baird (^94). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 300. 
Refer to HoUidaysborg.* 
Refer to Beaver. 
Refer to Pottsville. 
Refer to Rid^ay. 
Refer to Clarion. 
H. H. Mercerau. 
Refer to Pottsville. 
Refer to Greensburg. 



SCRANTON.* Lackawanna County. Pop. 120,867. 

Briggs, Walter (*89), Sixth floor. Board of Trade Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 390. 
Hand & Hand, Rooms 607, 608 <& 609 People's Nat. Bank Bldg. 
A^tt&rhifya fwr Third Natitmal Bank* 
Hand, Alfred (*60). 
Hand, William J. (•90). 
Knapp, O'Malley, Hill <& Harris, 602-612 Council Bldg. 
Att'yafar: D, L. & W, It. It, ; Erie li, R, ; Cent, R, R. of N, J'. ; X. F. JK, JR. . 
SeraiktonRy, ; Sr. Oaa <jC Water Co. f Sc. Sieo^rie Co. ; i*enna, Comi Co, ; TH-tt^ 
Guaranty Jt Suretff Co.; Se. Trust Co.; County Savings Rank g Met. X^/V 
JvM. Co. f Equitatne X. A. Co. ; Nat. Surety Co. ; Standard Ae. Tim. Co. g 
Armour A Co, ; West. Un, Tel. Co. ; J*ostal Tel. * Cable Cq. ; Bell Tel. Co,, et « ~ 

Knapp, Henry A. ('75). Hill, W. L. ("9^). 
OMallev, Chas. P. ('94). Harrw, Reese H. ('01). 
Jessup, W. il. § <'86), 433^24 Connell Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 390. 
Morrow, George { ('03), 803-809 Connell Bldg. 
Refers to the JpHrst National Rank of Scranton. 
See Card in Appendix, page 390. 

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SORANTON.* Lagkawakna GomiTT. — CdMimiMf. 

MumfordL H. W., Mean Bnildm?. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 390. 
Needle^ Harr^§ Ca>), «23 CouneU Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 391. 
Bymer, Ralph-\^ ('02), 004-{M)9 GoimoU Building. 

Set Card in Appendix^ page 391. 
Tlnkhain. B. Fenton } C95), Suite 203-4-6 fVendergest Bldr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 301. ' [Watdielll. 

Watoon, Diehl & Watson, 604 Scranton Life ha. Bldg. Gable Ad. 

AH'y9 fdtr AUantie Jtefinina C9,, Aud. Oen'9 Dept. o/Po.^ CiarheBroMj, Lmeh^a 

tamd Ce.. MarehaU Field S€o,, Mergenihaler Linotype Co., Moo9ie Mmttntain 

Coal Co., Mt, JaMMji Coal Co. lAd., Blaek IHamond 8iih Co., Bpenomr Momimr Co., 

WMtmoy ^ Kemmor of New Torh, Boston , rhita. and Xaueh Chunk, emd Qthor&» 

Watson. W. W. ('70). 
Dlehl, W. 8. C86). 
"Ww-tson* A. Li. C02) 
Welles, Stocker & Torrey, 401-404 Gomien Birildingr. 
ComuOforrHrat Nat'l B'k, IxBtka. Trumt Co., Laeha. ^ Wyoming VaUoy B. B, 
Co., win. Connell Bst,,Ja, M. Boies Bat,, gcranton BoUA Nut Co.,B9rmnton 
Lmee Co., JS. G. J>un 4t Co., B. 1. dn Pom de Nemaure Jt Co. of Pa, 
Welles, Charles H. 
Welles, Charles H., Jr. 1 
Torrey, Douglas J. 

Walsh, M. J. 
Davis, S. Aug. 



FLAGS. 

Selin's GioT6« 
^h>mftkini 

Sharon. 



Sharpsboig. 
Sharperille. 
Sheoandoah. 



Slatiiigtoii. 

Stippeiy Book. 

Snuithport.* 

Samenet.* 

Soaih BatUehem. 

Steelt(». 

Stoneboro. 

SiRNidibiiig.* 

Saabmy.* 



ADegfaeny. 

Meroer. 

SchaTlkill. 

Cmnberlaiid. 

Lehigh. 

Bndar. 

HcKean. 

Somenei. 

Northampton. 

Dauphin. 

Meroer. 

Monroe. 



couhtt. MAiraB or attobvbts. 

Snjder. C. P. Ulrich. 

Northumberland; Charles 0. Lark (*98). 

Att'y/or J. H, ^ C. K, Bogle Ine., Pa, lAghting Co^ IMmf 
Tr. A Sofe J>ep. Co., Cent. B. A L. Aes'n, Baatem CotU Co. 
Meroer. Wallace C. Lefflngwell. 

Soneral Prtgetiee in allMtaie andJFederal Courta, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 301. 
Refer to Allegheny City. 
Refer to Sharon. 
Daniel J. Ferguson. 
J. S. Omwake ('96). 
Refer to Allentown. 
Refer to Butler. 
F. D. GaUup. 
Uhl <& Ealy. 
Refer to Bethlehem. 
Frank B. Wickersham. 
Refer to Mercer. 

F. B. Holmes ('92). J'OO). 

Northumberland. Knight (Harry S., '91) & Taggart (M. H^ 
AtVya for SunhuryNat. B'k, Northumberland Nat. B'h, 
Susquehanna Silk Milla, Bell Telephone Co.. et al. 
Susquehanna. Miller (John D., '91) <& Miller (Allan D., *11). 

R. J. Graeff. 
Robert B. Elliott. 
Refer to Susquehanna. 
Refer to Warren. 
A. C. Brown. , 

Axtel J. Byles. 
Charles M. Culver. 
H. K. Mitchell ('90). 
Edward B. Farr (m). 
Refer to Altoona. , 

W. O. Morrow § ('94). 
Sturgis (W. J., '85) & Morrow (S. J^'OS). 

Attorneys for First National Bank. 
Alexander § ('03) 4k Clark ('02). Cable 
See Card in Appendix, page ^l. [Ad. Halark. 
Acheson ('98) & Crumrine(^08). 

See Card in Appendix, page 2&i. 
John N. Patterson ('03). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 399. • 
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Tamaqna. 

Ttrentom. 

Thompson. 

Tidionte. 

TioQesta.* 

IWiUe. 

Towaoda.* 

Tonkhamioek.* 
T;raoe. 
uoonCity. 
Uaiontotra.* 

Warren.* 
Washington.* 



Schuylkill. 

Allegheny. 

Susquehanna. 

Warren. 

Forest. 

Crawford. 

Bradford. 

Bradford. 

Wyoming. 

Blair. 

Erie. 

Fayette. 

Warren. 
Washington. 



174 ATTOBNEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. 

PZJLOB. OOUHTT. KAJCB8 OF ATTOBIOm. 

Washington Bozo. Laaoaster. Refer to Golumbia. 

WataontowB. Northumberland. Knight A Taggart. 

Wayne. Chester. Refer to Media. [*93). 

Waynaaboio. Franklin. Omwake (W. T., '81).<& Dttriaon (Wmtmm. R., 

Waynetburg.* Greene. Kyle (Wm. J. '»5) & Relnhart (P. D. '04). 

JLtti/'»f<n' : P. Jl. M. Co.g Cru«iHe Bteel Co,, «<e. 

Wellsboro.* Tioga. Merrick, Young A Ciichton. 

Weat Chester.* Cheater. Robert S. Gawthrop C<M). 

Beferg to : Ifartnera Jt Mechanics Tr. Co. (Mf Nat B'h of Chomier C«* 

Westaeld. Tioga. H. B. Strang. 

White Haven. Luzerne. Refer to Wilkes Bane. 

Wilkinflburg. Allegheny John M. Ralston. 

■WillianMboig. Blair. Refer to Hollidaysbnrg. 

WILKES BARRB.* Luzsrns Oouhtt. Pop. 07,105. 

Bedford, Paul COO), 902>906 Miners Bank Bldg. 

See Ccard in Appendix^ page 392. 
Darte A Goughlin, Suite 60^505 Goal Exchange. 
€toneratVivU PraeUee in all Courts, 
JBLefcT to Wyoming National BanJband Miners Bank* 
Darte, Franck O. ('90). 
Conghlin, CUrenoe D. ('09). 
Goodwin. Wlllard H., 604 Coal Exchange Building. 




_^ oiBank. 

jSand, Isaac P. ('69). 

Hand, Bayard S ('01). 

MoGlintock, Andrew H. ('76), 34 S. River St. Cable Ad. MaclintOCk.D 
jL ttomeyfor Miners Bank, 

Hillman, Arthur ('93). 

MoGlintock, Gilbert S. <'12). 
Morgan, Edwin B. (*05), Goal Exchange Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ P<m« 393. 
Slattery, Frank P. § ('95), Suite 309 Coal Exchange Bldg. 
Beferenees: Any Bank or Business Hsmso in J^u kern e Ce» 

See Card in Appendix^ page 393. 

WILLI AM8PORT.* LTOOMmo Gouiitt. Pop. 36,000. 

Candor & Munson, Suite 705 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Attorneys for Zyeoming National Bank, West Branch NoHonml rtwiaJl, 
Savings Institution of the Citvof Williamsport, WiUiantspori JTeUmr, 
Street Bailutay Cos,, Bell Telephone Co., and B, G, IHvn 4t Oo« 

Candor, Addison ('75). Candor, John G. ('06). 

Munson, G. LaRue ('75). Munson, Edgar ('06). 
Decker, OUver J. § ('02), 20 & 21 Trust Building. 

Oeneral JPraotice. Special attention to foreign husiness, 
Beferenees : Any Bank or Trust Company in the eitym 
See Card in Appendix^ page 393. 
Larrabee, Don M. ('02), First National Bank Bldg. 

General Practice, Zife and Accident Jnauranee Imw 
a specialty. References : Any Bank in WillianKspoft» 
See Card in Appendix^ page 393. 
'Reading & Allen, Trust Building. 
See Card in Appendix^ page ^3. 

WiightsTille. York. Refer to York. 

Wyoming. Luzerne. Refer to Pittston. 

York.» York. Cochran (Richard E., '79), Williama 

'79) & Kain (Geor^ Hay, '01).. 
John A. Hoober ('91). 

See Card in Appendix, page 394. 
Niles cm) & Neir ('82). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 394. 
Zelienople. Butler. Refer to Butler. 

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Gebu. 
Hollo. 



ATTORNEYS IN THE PHILIPPINES. 

Capital, Maiouu 
For informalion oonoerning AttornejrSy see page S« 

NAMM OV ATTOBHSra. 

Bloek. Johnston A Greenbavm. 

See Ccard in Appendix, page 3dl. 
Block. Johnston A; Greenbaum. 

See Gard in Appendix, page 394. 
I Wolf son § & WoUson, 30 PUun ds C«r- 
Tsntes. Cable Ad. Wolfton.|| 
See Card in Appendix^ page 30A. 



Aredbo.* 
MsyaciieE.* 



Sax JuAir.* 



ATTORNEYS IN PORTO RICO. 

Capital, Sax Juav* 
For information concerning Atfiomeys, see page 2. 

VAMBB OV ATTORMflra. 

Refer to San Jnan, 
Refer to San Juan. 
Refer to San Juan. 
|]Rouin>s, Hatch, DiLXiDroHAM & Dsbb- 
TOiSB. O. B. Fbazbb, resident partner. 
Amerioan Colonial Bank Bnildinar, San 
Jnan, and 62 Cedar Street, New York Ci^. 
Cable Address, Roudeb. 

Ordinary eolleetione not desifwi* 
Rounds, Ralph S. 
Hatch, £ngene H.. 
Dillinghaiu,Frank A. 
DebeToise. Thomas M* 
Mead, Robert G. 
Neaffle, FranoiB B. 
Barker, Stephen, 
Fame, Edwards. 
Frazer, O. B. 



ATTORNEYS IN RHODE ISLAND. 

Capital, Pbotidenob. 
For information concerning Attoraeys, see page 2« 

NAMES OF ATTOBNXya, 

Refer to Proridence. 

Wm. T. O'Donnell. 

Refer to Providence. 

John A. TilUn^hast. $ t 

Refer to Proyidence. 

Refer to Providence. 

Refer to Proyidence. 

Refer to Westerly. 

• Refer to Proyidence. ['08) . 

Burdick 1 (Clark, »94) & MacLeod§ (William, 

Charles H. Koehne, Jr. § 099). ['05). 

Sheffield | (Wm. P., '77) A Harvey J (Wm. R., 
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rLAOB. 


COUHIT. 


Axotiv. 




BristoL* 


BristoL 


Centerville. 


Kent. 


Central Fallfl. 


Providsnoe* 


Cof entry* 


Kent. 


Cnustosi. 


Providenoe. 


Ettt Oreenwieh.* 


Kent. 


Kianfeon.* 


Washington. 
Kent. 


Newport.* 


Newport. 



176 ATTORNEYS IN RHODE IISLAKD. 

PLACE. OOITHTT. NAHIBB OF ATTOBmnn. 

Olneyyille. Pzoiridenoo. : Refer to proyiddooe^ . [A.).1 

Pawtncket, P]rovidenoe. Muzdook (John S.) db lUlindittt § ^olm 

Counsel for JPrtHf, County Sav, Bank, M, O. Dun Jt Co, 

PBOVIDBNC]^.* PsoTiDBiroB Gocnnrr, Fop. 242,000. 

BaMett & Ra^and, Umon Trust Co. Bldg., 170 Westminster St. 
8t4 Card m Appendix^ page 386. 
Raymond, George H. 
Richmondi Rqieell W . 

Cordeiy, G. Leslie. 
Patterson, A. Tniman. 
Oluifreey Alfred O., § Grosrenor Building, 10 Weybosset St 
Rt^^TM: M» !• JaoopitfU Trust Co,, TUU Guarantee Co,, Korero— Bros* Co, 

See Card in Appendix, page 395. 
Comstock & Cannlnff, 926 Grosrenor Bids. 

Comstock, Richard B. Canning, John E. 

. Curran, Patrick P. Hart, Homy C. 

CanninfiTt Joseph P. 
Edwards & Angell, 170 Westminster St. Cable Ad. Edwangl«. 
Angell, Walter F. 
Counsel 
' Jastram, Edward P. Einflrman* Eugene A. 
Dreaser, Robert B. Parkhnrst. Eliot G. 

Branch. Ckude R. Edwards, Walter A. [QarthOITI. 

Gardner, Pirce A Thornley, Turks Head Bldg. Cable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix, page 396. 
Gardner, Rathbone. Pirce, James A. 
Thomley, William H. Koss, William W. 
Haslam^ Charles R . 

Camfield, William H. § Bradshaw, Thomas Q. 

Sherwood, Herbert M. Arnold, Erring T. 

Green, Hinckley & Allen, 1310 Turks Head Bldg, 
Cable Ad. Grenallen.|| 

Green, Theodore Francis. § Hinckley, Frank L. {T 

Allen, Arthur M. j Tillinghast, Frederick W. § 
• Phillips, Abbott. ( Stnrges, Rush. § 
• Aldric h, Richard S. Wheeler, Ch aunoey E, 

Salisbury, Harold P. Greene, Ji^es T. 

Swain, Leonard. 
Hill, Lester S.^ Jr., § 170 Westminster St. 

See Card m Appendix, page 395. 
Johnson, Alfred »., § 324 Butler Exchange. Cable Ad. Ascotl 

See Card in Appendix, page 396. 
Murdock & Tlllln/ifhast, % t Groevenor Bldg. Cable Ad. Murtill. 
Counsel for Southern New England Hallway Con^pany, Puri^ 
ta/n JAfe Insurance Comparw, Ih-otidsnos Cifunty Savinge 
BanU, and B. O, lytat & Co, General CUfU jfhroetieo. 
See Card in Appendix, page 396. 
Murdock, JohnS. 
Tillinghast, John A. 
Stiness, Edward C, § If Grosrenor Blulding. 
Attorney for the Brndstreet Co,, General Civil Practice in all Courts for past 94 
years. Corporation and Bankruptcy Law a specialty. Issue Con%^missions 
for Depositions to D, H, Morrissey, Notary, special attention given .to. the 
intercuts of non-resident clients. References: Rhode- Island Hospital Trust 
Co,, Westminster Banker any Bank in Providence* 
See Card in Appendix, page 397. 
tTiLLZNQHAST & CoLLiNfi, R. I. Hospitsl Tmst Bldg. 
Tillinghast, Wm. R. 

COLLIKS, jAMlfiS C. 

Tanneb, Harold B. 

Chafer, Zbghariah. 
Tillinghast & Lynch, GrosYenor Building. 

TilUnffhaBt, Frank W. 

Lynch, Michael J. [Cable Ad. Wilgar 

Wilson (75), Gardner ('05} A ChurchiU C98), 1615 Turks Head Bldg. 

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VLAOB. 


coinrrT. 


WakefiekL 


Kent. 


Wadungtmu 


Wamn. 


Bristol. 


Warwiflk, 


Kent. 


WoatOL'l/. 


WaehingtGn. 


WUskiard^ 


'Waahii^ton, 


Woouooket. 


Pvcmdenoe. 



VAMXB OF ASTOBimni. 

Refer to ProTidenoe. 

lUler to Westerly. 

Chas. B. Mason. 

Refevto Providenee. 

Herbert W. Rathbnn § ('97). 

Refer to Westeriy. [F., '01). 

Greene § (Geo. W., '8^ & RonsMan § (Geo. 



ATTORNEYS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Capital^ Columbia. 
For information concerning Attol'neys, see page 2. 



AbberiOe.* 
Aiken.* 

AHendale. 
Anderson.* 



Barnwell** 

Beanfort.* 
Bethmie, 



BtahopTille.* 

BlAekville. 

Camden.* 

CarteEBville. 



OOUVTT. 

AbbeviUe. 
Auoen. 

Bamwell. 
Anderson. 



BarnweU. 

Beanfort. 
Kershaw. • 
Marlboro. 



BarnweU. 
Kershaw* 

Floreaoe. 



NAMES op ATTOBKXTB. 

Wm. P. Ghreene. 

Hendersons \ (Daniel S., '72, K^ward P.» '80, 

P. FinIey/98, and Ebnore S.,'12). 
Refer to BarnweU. 
Bonham. Watklns & Allen. 

See Carain Appendix^ taoe 397. 
B. H. Henderson § COS). 
Harley § ('02) & Best § (*g6). 

See Card in Appendix, page 397«- 
WiUiam J. Thomas § ('96). 
Refer to Jefferson. 
B. S. Tison. 
T. G. McLeod. 
A. H. Ninestein. 
W. M. Shannon fSO). 
' See Card in Appendix, page 998. 
Refer to Florenee. 



CHARLiESTON.* Gbablbston Coxnm. Pop. 58,833. 

IBulst & Buist^ 90 Broad St. Cable Ad. Buistbuist.|| 
AUtfrne^a for J^mi JfaU Bank^ Carolina Sav, Bank, 8* ۥ Xoea ^ 
Tr» Co*g 8.A,Jj, Railway f C. A. A W, MaUvaay, ete. 
See Card in Appendix, page 398. 
Bulst, Henry (Tale '84). 
Bulst, George liamb (Yale '10). 
FIckeD § & Erokmann, § 15 Broad St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 398. 
Frost, Frank R. (^88), 38 Broad St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 398. [Cable Ad. HuehSB. 

Hngbes, Edward W. « 08$, 505 People's Offioe Bid?., 20 Broad St. 
MlUer, § Bissell & Miller. 408, 412, A 414 People's Office Bide. 
Attorneye for PoopU^s National Bank. 
See Cora m Appendix, page 399. 
Mordecal } (73) & Gadsden ^ ('89) & Rutledge § ('80),'Snite 707-714 
The People^s Office Blc^. Cable Ad. Mordeatgad. 
C«Mf»«eI <w 8. Car. for : AM*n oflAfe Ins, Preeidonte ; U. 8, Casualty Co, f Mut. 
lAfo Zmo. Co,, New York; A.*n, Bonding Co. of Balto. ; Fidelity A Bep, Co. 
of MSLmBaUO'l Travelerm Ins. Co,, Hartford; Mut, Benefit Life Ins. Co, New- 
ark, Jr. jr.; Swift A CO; Chicago f United Pruit Co., Boston; Standard Oil 
Co., If. T, and Balto.f Enterprise Bank; State Savings Bank, Charleston, 
8. C,g IHvision Counsel Atlantic Coast lAne B,B. Co. and So. Matpress Co. 

See Card in Appendix, pages 400 and 40l . 
Smythe & Vlsanska, 7 <& 9 Broad St. Cable Ad. Smylett.il 
See Card in Appendix, page 399. 

Stevenson & Prince. 
Sam'l £. McFadden § ('94). 
G. K. Laney. 
H. L. Scaife § (*98). 



Chesterfield. 
Chsater C. H.* Chfster. 

(&eeterfieldO.H.* Chesterfield. 
^iTtVT— , Laureps. 



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ATTORNEYS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. 



COLUMBIA.* RicHLAUD Couktt. Pop. 41,365. 

Barron, McKay, Frierson & Mol&tty Tenth floor, Union Nat B*k 

See Card in Appendix^ page 402. [fildf. 

Benet. Shand & McCtowan, 100^1013 Loan & Ezohanf^e Bldg. Chub 

See Card in Appendix, page 403. [AdTShand.! 

Shand, Robert W. (cboeaaed). Benet, Christie m). 

Shand, W. M. COS). McGowan, W. ۥ ClD' 

Elliott, William m), National Loan & Ezehaoffe Bank Bldg. 
Oauneel for Street R'y,, &as Co,, Pacifie MUle, VnUm- Buffalo MiUe Co, ete* 

See Card in Appendix, page 408. [Bl(k. 

Herbert, Robert Beverley ('01), National Loan A Ezohang« Bank 
G eneral Civil Praetiee. 

See Card in Appendix, page 403. 
Lyles § 074) & Lyies § ('06), Ninth floor. Pahnetto Bldff. 
Counsel for Seaboard Syetetn of Railroade* 

See Card in Appendix, page 404. 
Robinaon, D. W. (!89), 906 Palmetto BIdg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 404. 



FUIOB. 

Conwmy.* 
Darlington** 

Denmark. 
DiUon.* 

Edgefield C.H.* 
Florence** 

Gaffney.* 

Georgetown.* 

Oreenvllle.* 



COUHTT. 

Hornr. 
Darling^n. 

Bamberg. 
DiUon. 
Edgefield. 
Florence. 



MAMBB OF ATTOSNKTB. 

Robt. B. Searborongh ( ('84). 
George E. Dargan f (^97). 

See Uard in Appendix, page 399. 
Refer to Bambwg. 
Qibeon <& Hiller. 
J. W. Thnrmond. 
McNeill $ ('86) A OUver § (*06). 



Cherokee. 

Geotgetowu. 

Greenville. 



AtVyefor AUantie Coaei Line, Com., and Muffia JtoiUfc. 



Greenwood.* 

Hampton.* 

Hartsrille. 

Jefferson. 

Kingatree.* 

Lancaster C.H.* 
Laurens C. H.* 
Lexington.* 
Liberty. 
Manning. 

Manon.* 
MoBee. 

Honok's Gomer.* 
Mt* Grogiian. 
Newberry.* 

New Brookland. 

Orangebnig.* 

Pageland. 

Pendleton. 

Pickens.* 

PortRoyaL 

Ridgeland.* 

Ridgeyille. 

RockHilL 

St. George.* 

St. Matthews.* 

Saluda G. H.* 

Seneca. 

Spartanburg.* 



Greenwood. 

Hampton. 

Darlington. 

Chesterfield. 

Williamsburg. 



Butler yrhos. B., '88) A HaU (Wm. S., '98). 

Walter Hazard § ('81). 

Haynsworth J (H. J., '82) & Haynf 
worth § (C. F., ^09), and Stephen Mettks 
riO). GableAd.HaynBWorth.il 
See Card in Appendix, page ^04^ 

Henry K. Townes f ('00). 
See Card in Appendix, page 404. 

Use Barron, BieKay, Frierson A Uioffsltaf 

Randolph Mnrdanghi CIO). (Golunbis. 

MiUer i (F. A., 'OD £ LawsQn f (L. K, *oe). 

M. M. Johnson. § 



Stoll J (Ghas. W., mStoU f (Philm H., *0D 

A <yBryan § (J. ft., '14). 
WiUiams, Williams A Stewart. 
Dial I (N. B., '83) A Todd 5 (A. C., '01). 
Timmerman, (jhraham A Gallison. 
J. F. Eeown ('09). 
Davis A Wildeiman. 
Lannean D. Lide § ('02). 
Refer to Jefferson. 
Refer to Charleston. 
Refer to Ghesterfield. 
George B. Cromer ('81). 

Mefere to any Banh im Newberry* 
See Card in Appendix, page 999. 
Wm. W. Hawes § n»). 
Moas A Lide. 
Refer to Ghesterfield, 
Refer to Anderson. 
McSwain (J. J.) A Graig (Sam B.). 
Refer to Beaofort. 
Refer to Beaufort. 
Refer to Snmmerville. 
Spencer, Spencer A White. 
Refer to Summerville. 
J. A. Merritt. 
B. W. Granch. 
Refer to Walhalla. 
Bomar & Osborne. 

See Card in Appendix, page 40^, 
Carlisle ('54) & Carlisle C89). 

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Lancaster. 

Laurens. 

Lexington. 

Pickens. 

Clarendon. 

Marion. 

Chesterfield. 

Berkley. 

Ghesterfield. 

Newberry. 

Lexington. 

Orangeburg. 

Ghesterfield. 

Anderson. 

Pickens. 

Beaufort. 

Jasper. 

Dorchester. 

York. 

Dorchester. 

Calhoun. 

Saluda. 

Oconee. 

Spartanburg. 



ATTOBNETS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. 



^79 



PLAOB. 


oomriT* 


SamDarriBflw 


Doreliester. 


Sumter.* 


Sniater* 


'HxninoiiiTille. 




Union.* 


Union. 


WalhidlA.* 


Ooonee. 


Walterboro.* 


Ck^lleton. 


Wertmiiister. 


Oconee. 


Winnsboro.* 


Faiifield. 


Woodrnff. 
To^Tilte* 


Spartanbniv. 



NAXKB OF ATTOBMBTB. 

Legar^ Walker $ Cd8). 
Lee & Moise. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 405. 
Refer to Florence. 
John Ashby Savyer § ('89). 
£. L. Hemdon. 

FIshburne (W. J.) & Fishbilrne (B. L,). 
Refer to Walhalla. 
DonelaBs A Douelaae. 
C. M. Drummond i ('09). 
John R. Hart. 



ATTORNEYS IN SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Capital^ PiEBitB. 
For informatioii concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



rLAOK 

Aberdeen.* 

Akisadziai.* 

Ariington. 

Annoor.* 

Aflbton. 

Bfillafoarehe.* 

Bere rfo td. 

B« Stone City. 

BiaoQ.* 

Blast 

Bob Homme. 

Bowdle. 

Bridgewater. 

Britlon^* 

Bnokun.* 

Buffalo? 

Burke. 

fla«m«y 

CanJtmL* 

Caidewood.* 

CraterrillB. 

Cluuabetlain.* 

Cbrk.» 

CUarLdce.* 

Cuter.* 

Dallaa. 

DMdwood.* 



DiIlBanidfl. 

DaSmsL* 

Dobod. 

pc Point.* 
Eomka. 



Panlktoo.* 

Flandzeaa.* 

Fort Pierre.* 

Fiaokfort. 

Gamble. 

GenaValley.* 

Qeddes. 

Qettnbarg.* 

woCdiii. 

ffif^unoie.* 

HotSfiRngs.* 



OOUBTT. 

Brown. 

Hanson. 

Kingsbury. 

Doiudaa. 

Spink. 

Butte. 

Union. 

Grrant. 

Perkins. 

Hughes. 

Bon Homme. 

Edmunda. 

McCook. 

liamhall. 

Brookings. 

Harding. 

Oteniry. 

Hughes. 

Lincoln. 

Turner. 

Bml^. 

Clark. 

DeueL 

Custer. 

Qregory. 

Lawrence. 



Ifinnehaha. 

Kingsbury. 

Spink. 

Fall River. 

Union. 

MePhenon. 

Moody. 

Stanley. 

Spink. 

Bennett. 

Buffalo. 

Charles BGx. 

Potter. 

Brown. 

Hyde. 

9ti31 Rirer. 



KAMXS OF ATTOBNBTS. 

GampbeU A Wftlton* 

See Card in Appendix^ page 405. 

Henry J. Mohr § C84). 

Refer to De Smet. 

£. P. Wanzer $ ('90). 

Refer to Redfield. 

Benedict { ('87) A Pyle. 

W. J. Bulow. 

Refer to MUbank. 

Refer to Lemmon. 

Refer to Pierre. 

Refer to TyndalL 

Refer to Selby. 

Refer to Salem. 

Otto L. Kaas § ('05). 

Cheerer & Cheerer. 

Refer to Stnrgis. 

Charles A. Davis § ('98). 

Refer to Pierre. 

A. B. Carlson. 

Refer to Watertown. 

Refer to Parker. 

Brown (James, '85) & Brown (M. A.). 

R. A. Dunham. 

T.J. Law. 

Refer to Hot Springs. 

£. O. Patterson § (f08). 

Martin (Eben W., M. A.. LL. D., '80) & Ma- 
son § (Norman T., M. A., LL. B., '85). 
liefer to Ftrst N^ational Bank. 

Krause § (O. R., '97) & Krause $ (H. Q.. '08). 

Warren (C. P.) A Warren § (W. H., '04). 

Refer to Redfield. 

Refer to Hot Springs. 

Thomas Molnemey. 

Refer to Selby. 

Charles A. Davis $ (^96). 

Frank Turner § ('82). 

Riee § (George, '78) <& Rice (Geo. A.. '13). 

Johnson § (Julius H., '01) A Johnson i (Lydia 

Refer to Redfield. [B., h2). 

Refer to Rapid Cit^r. 

Refer to Chainberliun. 

John £. Tipton. 

Refer to Faulkton. 



Refer to Aberdeen. 

M. C. Cunnins^am. Jford, A., Ml). 

Wilson § (S. Eugene, ^82) A Wilson § (Clif- 
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ATTORNEYS IN SOUTH DAKOTA. 



PLACE. 

Howard.* 
Hurley. 
Hnroii.* ' 
Ipewich.* 
IroquoiB. 
Kimball. 
Lak0 Andes. 
Lead. 
Lemmon. 
Leola.* 
Molntoeh.* 
. filAdison.* 
Milbank.* 
MUler.* 
Mitchell.* 
Mobridfe. 
MonndCity.* 
Oacoma.* 
OUrer.* 
Onida.* 
Parker.* 
Pierre,* 

Plankinton.* 

Platte. 

Rapid City.* 

Ravinia. 

Redfield.* 

Rosebud. 

St. Lawrence. 

Salem.* 

Scotland. 

Selby.* 



COUHTY. 

Miner. 

Tomer. 

Beadle. 

Kdmunds. 

Kingsbury. 

Brul^. 

Charles Mix. 

Lawrence. 

Perkins. 

Mcpherson. 

Corson. 

Lake. 

Grant. 

Hand. 

Davison. 

Walworth. 

Campbell. 

Lyman. 

Hutchinaon. 

Sully. 

Turner. 

Hug^hes. 

Aurora. 

Charles Mix. 

Pennington. 

Charles Mix. 

Spink. 

Todd. 

Hand. 

MoCook. 

Bon Honune. 

Walworth. 



XTAlUa OT ATlOBinEFi. 

Mumford § (F. L., TT) <t Mumford (B. M., 
Refer to Parker. ['1% 

Crawford § (Coe L, '82) A Crawford (Inrme 
Refer to Aberdeen. [R., '17). 

Refer to De Smet. 
Refer to Chamberlain. 
Refer to Geddes. 
KeUar A Stanley. 
R. J. Murphy. 
Refer to Aberdeen. 
Robert Pearson. 
C. J. Porter. 
Geo.S. Rixi('93). 

Qhfist J (S. v., '74) & Ghrist (Bayaid S., 13). 
F. H. Winsor ('78). 
WiUiam M. Potts § ('0^.' 
Refer to Selby. 
Refer to Chamberlain. 
Refer to Scotland. 
Refer to Pierre. 
Fleeter (IX)) A Hanson COB). 
GafTy (*76) & Stephens § ('97). 
Sf.€ Card in Appendix^ page 406. 
Donald Fellows § ('08). 
Refer to Geddes. 

Bnell (Chas. J., '88) A Denu (Albert R., 'Wf. 
Refer to Geddes. 

Sterling (Thoe., '79 and Cloyd D., 4 '04) A 
Refer to Pierre. [Ckrk, (S. W., '97). 

Refer to Miller. 
E. H. Wilson. 
Wicks & Qmiui. 
A. H. Smith. 



SIOUX FALLS.* MnofBHAHA CouirrY. Pop. 21,163. 

IBailey & Voorhees, Bailey-Glidden Building. 
Bailey, Charles O. ('82). 
Voorhees, Johu H. § ('89). 
Honesger, Peter G. f ('02). 
Bailey, Theodore M. § ('11). 
Bailey, Charles O., Jr. § ('14). 
Attarneya at Siouao Falls for the HlinoU CetUrtU M, S. Co., 
Chicago, Milwaukee A St, Vaul Ry, Co,, Western Union 
Telegraph Co,, Wells, Fargo & Co., Anteriean Baeptess Co., 
American Surety Co,, Sioux Falls National Basik* Bsf^r 
to anyoMee of H, O, JHtn Jt Co. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 406. 



Sineton.* 

Spearfiah. 

Springfield. 

SturpriB.* 

Timber Lake.* 

TyndaU.* 

Vermilion.* 

Volga. 

Wagner. 

Watertown.* 

Webster.* 

Weasington Springs 

Wheeler.* 

White. 

Wihnot. 

Winner.* 

Wolsey. 

Wood. 

Woonsocket.* 

Yankton.* 



Roberts. 
Lawrence. 
Bon Honmie. 
Meade. 
Dewey. 
Bon Homme. 
Clay. 

Brookings. 
Charles Mix. 
Codington. 
Day. 
.*Jeranld. 
Charles Mix. 
Brookings. 
Roberta. 
Tripp. 
Beadle. 
Mellette. 
Sanborn. 
Tankton. 



J. W. Barrington. 

Refer to Deadwood. 

Refer to Tvndall. 

Harry P. Atwater. 

Refer to Selby. 

W. L. Redden. 

Payne § (J. E., '98) A Olson § (P., 'OCf). 

Refer to Brookings. 

Refer to Greddes. _ ^ 

Mather §_(Jame8 E.) & Stover § (Walter E.). 

Potter (H. H., *72) & Potter § (Lew, '14). 

Alden Cutler. 

Refer to Geddes. 

Refer to Brookings. 

Refer to Sisseton. 

Refer to Fairfax. 

Refer to Huron. 

Refer to Pierrrf. 

J. E. Whiting. 

N. J. Cramer ('65). 



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181 



ATTORNEYS IN TENNESSEE. 

Capital, NASHVUiLB. 
For information concerning AttorneyB, see page S. 



FLAOB. 

AUmo.* 

Altamoot.* 

Aflhlaad City * 

Atheu.* 

Belli. 

Benton* 

Blonntrille.* 

BoUtw.* 

BriitoM 

B fu w uivi lle.* 

Byidttown.* 

CimdeD.* 

Carthage* 

GentreTiUe* 
Ghariotte* 



oouimr. 

Crockett. 

Ghrondj. 

Cheatnam. 

McMum. 

Grookett. 

Polk. 

SulliTan. 

xxanJefiiAiL* 

Siifliyan. 

Haywood. 

Piokett. 

Benton. 

Sniitn. 

ClaT. 

Hickman, 

Dickson. 



KA1CE8 or ATTOSKXTB. 

Jerman (C. £«) A Jerman (R. E.). 

Refer to Tracy City. 

Pardne (L. J.) A Marable (S. A.). 

Jones (Clem J., '96) A Dayis | (R. A., '11). 

Refer to Alamo. 

R, M. Cooeland. 

Refer to Bristol. 

H. £. Carter. 

Henry Roberts $ roi). 

J. W. E. Moore m) ASon (J. W. E., Jr.,«Q9). 

Refer to Liyingston. 

S. L. Peeler: 

J. N. Fisher. 

O, B. Mazey. 

D. T. Bates. 

Refer to ClarksriQe. 



OHATTANOQOA.* Hamilton CoimTT. Pop. 44,604. 

Allison, Lynch & I^nUps, Suite 615 Hamilton Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 407. 
CantreU rST) & Moon ro6), Suite 915 Hamilton Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See C<trd in Appendix, pa{fe 407. 
Coleman C86) & Frierson ('89), 818-819-820 James Bldg. 
•AtUnmtiye far Titte Ouaranty Jt Trus^ Co, 

See Card in Appendix.page 401 » . [Bldg, 

Cooke (79), l^waney rsi) A ilope (MO), Snite 724 Hamilton Nat. Bank 
jlHameyefar Southern Jtailicay Company* 

See Cora in Appendix, page 408. 
f^UOay § ('08). Campbell (WA Goflfey COe), Soit^ 618-21 James Bldg. 

See Cora in Appendix, page 409. 
Sfzer, ChambUas & Chambliss, Suite 1115 Hamilton Nat. B'k Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 409. 
Thomas & Thomas. 610, 611, 612 James Bldg. 

Thomasy W. G. M. ('81). 

Thomas, L. M. ('93). 
Williams ('88) A Lancaster ('87), First National Bank 31<ig. 

See Cord in Appendix, page 410. 



Clarksville.* Montgomery. 



(^elaad.* 

Cfintaa.* 

Colombia.* 

CVtokeriDe.* 
Conagton.* 

CRMSTllle.* 

Cumberlaod Gap. 

Dudridge.* 

DtytoB? 

Oecatnr.* 

DeeitiirTille.* 

Dwer.* 

Dresden.* 

Oonlui.* 

SywsDora:.* 



^roAong^. 



Bradley. 

Anderson. 

Maary* 

Putnam. 

Tipton. 

Chunberland. 

Claibosnet 

Jefferson. 

Rhea. 

Mfligs. 

Decatur. 

Stewart. 

WeaklsT. 

Sequatchie. 

Dyer. 

Oflt 



rs., '09). 

Daniel (Wm. M.. Jr.,. "95) & Daniel § (John 
Att'yB for : ClarhaviUe Nat, Btmk and 
Virat Tru9t and iScMriftfW-^BanXc. 

Mayfield A Mayfield. 
Sawyer (C. J.) 3b Underwood (J. H.). 
Hughes ('69) & Hushes § ('07). Cable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix, page ¥^, [Hugh0B. 
0. K. Holladay. 
B. W. Sanford. 
J. W. Dorton. 
Refer to Middlesboroi Ky. 
Refer to Morristown. 
J. B. Swofford. 
J. W. Lillard. 
Refer to Lexington^ 
Reynolds A Brandon. 

Jones (H. E.), Suddaih (R. L.) <ft Jones (H. J.). 
W. B. Stewart. 



Campbell A Ashley. 
Refer to Pulaski. 
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ATTORKETS IN TENNESSEE. 



ElizabethtoiL* 

Erin.* 

Erwin.* 

FayetteTille.* 

Fnuklin.* 

GaineBboTo.* 

Galladn.* 

GrayBTille. 

OreeneTiUe.* 

Greenfield. 

Harriman. 

Hartayille.* 

Halenwood. 

Henderson.* 

Hohenwald.* 

Humboldt. 

Huntingdon** 

Httntenlle.* 
Jacksboro.* 
Jaokaon.* 

Jamestown.* 

Jasper.* 

Jenerson City. 

Jellioo. 

Johnson City. 

Jonesboro.* 

Kingisport. 



oounrr. 

Oarter. 

Houston. 

Uniooi. 

Lincoln. 

Williamson. 

Jackson. 

Sumner. 

Rhea. 

Greene. 

Weakley. 

Roane. 

Trousdale. 

Soott. 

Chester. 

Lewis. 

Gibson. 

Carroll. 



KAMBB OF ATTOBirXTB. 



MUler (Lee F.) A Seller (J. FVank). 

J. M. Spencer. 

Refer to Johnson Cil^. _VW^ 

Holman fi (B. £., '97) A Holmaa f (J. W,^ 

Henderson § (T., '63) & Courtney $ (W. W., 

[Jr., »11). 



Soott. 
CampbelL 
adison. 



Fentress.. 

Marion. 

JeffexBon. 

Campbell. 

Wasningrton. 

Washington. 

Sullivan. 

Roane. 



John J. Gore. 

B. D. Bell ('78). 
Refer to Dayton. 

Susons: (J. A., '89) A Biddle (J. &., '99). 
Refer to Martin. [J. F. Erans ('10). 

CasselllR. B., '90) A Harns (D. 0.» '(NO mad 
W. R. Wright. 
Refer to Huntsyille. 
Galbralth A Mitchell. 
Refer to Centreville. 
J. D. Senter ('96). 
J. T. Peeler. 

JLH*y for N, C. A BU X. JB> and X. A N. B. A. Co. 
E G. Foster. 
Refer to Clinton. 
R. F. Sprains C98). 

See Card m Appendix, page 410. 
Ward R. Case. 
L. R. Darr. 

C. T. Rankin. 
John Jennings, Jr. 
Lee F. MiUer. 
Eppe A Toung. 

Bandy $ CT-ti.) A Hemdon § (C. T.). 
Refer to Haniman. 



KNOXVILLE.* Ekox Comrrr. Pop. 52,000. 

Oatea & Price, 510, 512, 613, 514, A 515 Empire Bldg. 
AWwfor Third Nat, Bankf KnoooviUe Ry. A JAght Co^ WeHem nWiew 
JTtfl. Up»f Cumberland Telegraph A Telephone Co.; V» 8, ^. A G. Co,; C4n^, 
Tr, Co, of N, Y,f JR. O, nun A Co,; Tenneetee State Medieal Soeioty. 
Gates, Charles T., Jr. ('85). 
Price, J, Harry ('08). 
Cornlck ('95), Frantx ('94), McConnell 006) & Beytaowr C05)^East 
See Card in Appendix, page 411. [Tenne«ee Nat. Bank Hlds. 

Green. Webb & Tate, Bank A Trust Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ P^^IS. ^^^* 
Lucky ('71) & Andrews ('06), jSmpire Bldg. CaUe Ad. Lucky.! 
Att'y^for Coal Creek Mining A Mfg, Co., etc 
See Card in Appendix^page 412. LBldfir. 

Pickle ('69), Turner ('77), Kennerly ('00)«;Cate('88),PickleATiiziier 
Oeneraf JPraetiee, Com'e'l Law and Collections. Refer to Moleton If at, B-'fc. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 413. 
€kaisoin, R. H. § ('75), Rooms 109-111-113 McTownlee Bldg» Cahle A4. 
• See Card in Appendix, page 413. [Sawe* 

SHilth, Charles U. ('03), 1014-1015 Hokton Nat. Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 414. 

1> Fayette* 
' 1a FoUette. 

Lawrenceburg.* 

Lebanon.* 

Lenoir City. 

Lewisburg.* 

Lexington.* 

Linden.* 

Livingston.* 

Loudon.* 
,' Lynchburg.* 

Lvnnville. 

McKenzie. 

McMinnrille.* 

Madisonyille.* 

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Macon. 


W. A. Smith. 


Campbell. 


L. U. Oarlock. 


Tjawrence. 


R. B. Williams. 


Wilson. 


Thompson A CampbelL 
J. E. Cassady. 


Loudon. 


Marshall. 


R. C. Armstrong. 


Henderson. 


T. A. Lanoaater. 


Perry. 


J. A. Greer. 


Overton. 


E. C. Knight § ('98). 


Loudon. 


S. P. Dannell, 


Moore. 


Bean A Parks. 


Giles. 


Kefer to Pulaski. 


Carroll. 


Refer to Huntingdon. 


Warren. 


J. L. Willis. 


Monroe. 


McCroskey A Penlaad. 


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ATTORNETS IN TENNESSEE. 188 

OOUSTT. ITAMSS OV ATTOBjraili 

» Coffee. J. L.£weU. 

Weakley. D. W. Harper $ (XXQ. 

Blonni. ^ Brown & Johnson. 

Tipton. Refer to Covington. 

liayiutfdTille.* Union. Refer to KnozYille. 



MEMPHIS.* Shslbt Couimr. Pop. 131,105. 

Bartela. B. Lee, 1600-1904 Bank of Commerce A Tnut Co. Bldg. 
Ait'yfyrTidelity Xut, Life Ins, Co,, Bartfard ^ire'Ins. Co. Zum» 
o&r Underwriters of If, T., Olobe A Mutffers Wir^ Ins, Co./ ete» 
See Card in Appendix, page 414. 
Barton ('74) & Barton ('00), 840-844 Bank of Commeroe ^ Troat Co. 
See Card in Appendix, page 414. [Bldg'. 

Canada, J. W., 1800-5 Exchange Building. 
G eneral attamey, 8t, L, L, M. A 8. Jty, Co. and Union Jty. Co. IHsiriet aU 
t9meu,8i. L, ». W. ny, Co. and Qen'l CounselMemphis Union Station Co. 
Baglngton & Bdaington, 17 & 19 Sonthem HzpreM Bld^. 
Edgington^T.B. 
Ec^ington, Hugh N. 
Evans & McCadden, 639-643 Bank of Commerce & Trust Co. Bldg. 
General J^aetice in all Courts, 
See Card in Appendix, page 414. 
FItzhugh, Guston T., 508^14 Tennessee Trust Bldg. 

Attorney for Ifashville, Chattanooga Jt St. Louis JtaHway. 

See Card in Appendix, page 415. [Bldg. 

Bltzhnffh, WiUlam H. ('00)a222-1228 Bank of Commerce A Trust Co. 

See Card in Appendix, page 415. 
Gates & Martin, 7^-705 Ezchanse Bldg. 
B>efer to anf( Munh in Memphis, 
See Card m Appendix, page 416. 
Hughes & Hugkes, Exchange Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 416. 
Jackson C80) & MoRee ('03), 1312-15 Tenn. Trust Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 418. 
McDonald, Prather S» § Exchange Bide. 

General l*raeHeo in State and Pederal Courts* 
See Card in Appendix, page 415. 
McGehee, Livingston & Farat>ouglij 830 Exchange Bldg. 
Mefer to anjf ^ank in Memphis. 

See Card tn Appendix,page 417. [Bldg* 

Scruggs, Tlios. M. CIS), 1117-1123 Bank of Commerce & Trust Co. 
AtVyfitr Xtna Life Ins, Co., Martford, Conn, Itefers to If, W, Mut.. 
lAfe Ins. Co., Milwaukee, :tae, Mut. Life Ins. Co., San ^remeiseo* 
See Card in Appendix, page 418. 
Torlev & Turley, Qoodhar Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 418. 

Gibson. J. P. Rhodes. [& Taylor I (E. I^, '96). 

_ Hamblen. McCanleas (M. C, '97),. Coleman (W. T., "Vii) 

City.» Johnson. Donnelly (R. E.) A Donnelly <H. A.). 

lOfo.* Rutherford. Ridley (GrauYille S.) & Richardson 4 (James 

D., Jr., '07). 

NASHVlIiLE.* Davidson Couktt. Pop. 121,246. 

Aost ('96) & McGugin { ('04), Suite 704 Fust Kal. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 419. 
Bass, F. M., 803-805 Stahlman Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 419. 
Bnrd, Clarence T. ('93), 729-731 Stahhnan Bldg. 

Mefers to Nashville Tr%Mt Co,, U, 8. Fidelity A G u aranty Co., 
of Baltimore, and Henry Hents A Co,, 2(ew York City, 
See Card in Appendix, page 420. 
CUnpbell, Lemuel R., § 506, 507, A 508 American Bank Bldg. 
Business of non-residents a specialty. 
See Cora in Appendix, page 419. 

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ATTORNEYS IN TENNESSEE. 



KASHVlLIiB.* Davidbon Couktt. — Oantuuted. 

Cohny Nathan^ 612-613 Independent life Bldg, 

Set Card in Appendix^_page 420. 
Oranbery^ Wm. £• (*85), 'Klephone Bld^. 

See Card in Appendix* page 420. 
Maddin, Percy D., Fourth & First National Bank Bldg. 
Jtailroad, Jneuranee, and Corporation JLaw, 
See Card tn Appendix^ page 421. 
Malone, Thomas H., Saite 19 Noel Block. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 420. 
Mauler ('08} & Crouch § (%}, 23-28 Noel Block. 
CorpM Xn»* and Con^, Lata, Represent and Refer to : Rradatreet Co,f 
/erred Ae. lns» Co, / U, 8. Jh\ A Q, Co. ; Swift St Co*i Morris A Co., 
See Card in Appendix, page 422. 
PUcher & PUcher, 507 & 508 American Bank Buildinir. 
General CivU Praetiee. 
Piloher, James S. 
Piloher. W. B. GampbeU. 
Smith C92) & Berry § (*09), 303-4-5 American Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 424. 
IStokes, Walter ('86), McQaTook Block. 

See Card in Appendix, page 423. 
Stokes & Stokes, 631-635 Stahlman Bldff. 
Attorneys for R. O. Dun A Co. 
See Cora in Appendix^ page 422. 
Tral>.ue, Charles C., 16, 17, & 18 Noel Block. 

Corporation and Insurance Prootioe. 
Vertxees, John J., 31-34 Noel Block. 



PLJLOB. 

Newbem. 

Newport,* 

Oakaale. 

Oneida. 

Ooltewah.* 

Paris.* 

Pikeville.* 

Pulaski* 

Purdy. . . 

Ripley.* 

Rockwood. 

Rogersville.^ 

Builedge.* 

Sayaniiaa.* 

Selmer.* 

Sevierville.* 

Sharon. 

Shelbyville.* 

Smithville.* 

SneedTille.* 

SomerviUe.* 

South Pittsburg. 

Sparta.* 

Spencer.* 

Spring City. 

Springfiela.* 

Tazewell.* 

Tiptonville.* 

Tracy City, 

Trenton.* 

Trov. 

Tullahoma. 

Union City.* 

Wartburg.* 

Waverlyr* 

Waynesbord.* 

Winchester,* 

Woodbury.* 



oouireY. 

Dyer. 

Cocke. 

Morgan. 

Scott. 

James. 

Henry. 

Bledsoe. 

Giles. 

McNairr. 

Lauderoale. 

Roane. 

Hawkins. 

Grainger. 

Hardin. 

McNaiiy, 

cievier. 

Weakley, 

Bedford. 

DeKalb. 

Hancock. 

Fayette. 

Marion. 

White. 

Van Buren, 

Rhea. 

Robertson, 

Claiborne. 

Iiake. 

Grundy. 

CKbson. 

Obion. 

Coffee. 

Obion. 

Morgan. 

Humphrejrs, 

Wayne. 

Franklin. 

Cannon. 



KABCXS OT ATtOUSWn, 

Refer to Dyersburg. 

W. D. MeSween § («97). 

Anderson & Human. 

I. J. Human. 

Refer to Chattanooga* 

Fitzhugfa & Morton, 

L. S. Pope. 

Eslick & EsUok. 

Refer to Selmer. 

Steele & Steele 

Wright & Haggard. 

Phillips & Testermaa. 

Refer to Morristown. 

D. W. Rofls. 

J. C. Houston, 

A. M. Paine. 

D. W. Harper § ('06). 

Coldwell & Greer. 

Drake (James £.) A Turner (R. L.). 

Refer to Rogersville. 

Refer to Memphis. 

John T. Rauleton. 

Refer to McMinnville. 

Refer to McMinnville, 

Refer to Dayton. ^ 

J. E. Gamer. [M., MO), 

Montcromery (G. W., '85) A MontgomM^ § (fP 

Callahan <& Griffin. 

C. H. Gamer ('92). 

Walker (Jno. R., »77) A Walker (Jno. R., 

Refer to Union City. I Jr.. 'IsV 

A. L. Davidson § (hS). ' 

Pierce A Fry. 

Anderson | ('08) A Human C^). 

J. F. Shannon ('89). 

Haggard (R. A., '81) A Haggai<§ (R. R., »13). 

Harry M. Templeton. 

Hancock A Houston. 



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ATTORNEYS IN TEXAS. 

Capital, Ausnir. 
For information concerning Attorne/B, see page 2. 



HAMBS OF ATTOBITBTB. 

Gunniiigham (J. Fm '81) & OUrer { (Brnoe EL, 
S. C. Coffee. , TOO). 

Refer to Corpus ChrisU. 
W. Van Sickle. 
Refer to Rusk. 
Refer to Cleburne. 
John S. Jackson { (*08). 
Ben H. Stone. § 

See Card in Appendix, vane 4S4:, J*ll). 
Turner (Tlioe. F., '86) A Dooley § (J. B,, 

See Card in Appendix, page 434, 
Refer to Liberty. 
W.W.Meachum§('71). 
Wikon (LoniB J., '05) 4t FoUett (Leins H.). 
W. R. Chapmau. 
Refer to Rookport. 

W. E. Forgry. 

Refer to Stamford. 
MiUer <& Miller. 
Hngh Carney. 



AUSTIN.* Tbayu Couktt. Pop. 35,000. 

Black, Charlec Jm ('07), 81fMl 5-816 Scarbiongii BU«. 

See Card in Appendix, page 426. 
Brooks (*»2), Hart ('01) A Woodward ('06), Suite 223 Austin Nat. Bank 

See Card in Appendix, page 425. [Bldg. 

Doom. D. H. ('96), Rooms 6, 8, <& 9 Masonic Temple. 
JEtepsre fo a/mp Bank in Auatin, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 426. 
FlBet CSe), HcClendon (>97) & Shelley. Littlefield Bid?. 
Attarn^e for State N.ational Bank of Austin, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 426. 
Martin ('92) A McDonald ('11), LitUefield Bldg. Cable Ad. Marmao. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 427. 

White. Cartledge A Wilcox, Austin National Bank BniUinff. 

Ae Card in Appendix, page 427. 



PLAOB. 


COUMTY. 


AbOene.* 


Taylor. 


Albanr.* 
Alira.^ 


Shackelford. 
Jim Wells. 


Alpine.* 


Brewster. 


Alto. 


Cherokee. 


AlTsado. 


Johnson. 


Alriiil 


Braaoria. 


Amarlllo.* 


Potter. 


Anahuac.* 


• 
Chamben. 


Andenon.* 


Gfimes. 


An^eton.* 


Brazoria. 


AOMIL* 


Jones. 


AnmsasFaM. 


San Patricio. 


Archer aty.* 


Archer. 


Aipennont.* 
Athena.* 


Stonewall. 
Henderson. 


Atlanta. 


Caas. 



Baiid.* 
Bdfii«ar.« 
Bantow.* 
Bastrop.* 

Batisiille.* 
BajOtj.* 



CUDahao. 
Runnels. 
Ward. 
Bastrop* 

Zaralla. 
Matagorda. 



Russell & Sachs. 

Doss & Bauffh. 

Refer to Pecos. 

Page ('96) A Jones ('98). 

See Card in Appendix, page 437, 
Refer to Uvalde. 
Qaines A Corbett^ 



BEAUMONT.* Jxffbbson County. Pop. 20,640. 

Greer A Nail, Suite 554-J564 Wiess Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 42S, 
Upscomb A Gordon, PerJstein Buildmg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 428. 
Minor A Minor, Fourth floor, Gilbert Bldg. 

8m Card in Appendix, page 429. 
O^Brien COg) A Ghflton (^01), Starke Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 429, 
Orgaln, Butler ^Bolinger, 404-408 Gilbert Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 430. 
Smith A Crawford, 6, 7, 8, 4k 9 Gilbert Bldg . Gftblo Ad. Smierawton. 

^06 Card in Appendix, page 430. 

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TJJLCm, 

BeeTille.* 

BeUviUe.* 

Bdlton* 

Benmmin.* 

BigrSpriiig.* 

Boeme.* 

Bonham.* 

Boston.* 

Bowie. 

BrackettvUle.* 

Brady.* 

Bratoria. 

Breokenridge.* 

Brenham.* 

Brownfield.* 

BrownsTille.* 

Brownwood.* 

Bryan.* 

Buffalo Qap. 

Burnet.* 

CaldweU* 

Calrert. 

Cameron.* 

Canadian.* 

Canton.* 

Canjron.* 

Carrizo.* 

Carrizo Springs.* 

Carthage.* 

Center.* 

CentreviUe.* 

Channing.* 

ChUdrew.* 

Cifloo. 

Clairemont.* 

Clarendon.* 

ClarksTiUe.* 

Claude.* 

Cleburne** 



Cold Sprii«r.* 

Coleman.* 

Colorado.* 

Columbna.* 

Comanche.* 

Conroe.* 

Cooper.* 

Corpus Chriflti.* 

Corsicana.* 



Cotulla.* 

Crockett.* 

Crosbyton.* 

Crowell.* 

Cuero.* 

Daingerfield.* 

Dalhart.* 



OOUKTY. 

Bee. 

Austin. 

BeU. 

Knox. 

Howard. 

Kendall. 

Fannin. 

Bowie. 

Montague. 

Kinney. 

McCulloch. 

Brazoria. 

Stephens. 

Washington. 

Terry. 

Cameron. 

Brown. 

Brazos. 

Taylor. 

Burnet. 

Burleson. 

Robertson. 

Milam. 

Hemphill. 

Van ^andt. 

Randall. 

Zapata. * 

Dimmit. 

Panola. 

Shelby. 

Leon. 

Hartley. 

ChildreiBS. 

ESastJanda 

Kent. 

Donley. 

Red River. 

Armstrong. 

Jolinson. 



San Jacinto. 

Coleman. 

Mitchell. 

Colorado. 

Comanche. 

Mon^;omery. 

Delta. 

Nueces. 

Navarro. 



LaSaUe. 

Houston. 

Crosby. 

Foard. 

DeWitt. 

Morris. 

Dallam. 



NAMES or ATTORHXTB. 

Cox § (T. M., '06) & Cox 5 (R. L., '00). 

v^hnson, Matthaei A Thompson. 

Tyler § (Geo. W.), Hubbard § (Jaa, B.) d 

Refer to Vernon. [Tyler (Wallace). 

Morrison $ (8. H., '87) & Morrison. 

Refer to ban Antonio. 

Cunningham <H. A.) A MeMahon (M. M.). 

Refer to Texarkana. 

Alcorn A Chancellor. 

Refer to Eagle Paas. 

F. M. Newman §('87). 

Refer to Angleton. 

W. C. Veale. 

Searcy & Botts. 

Refer to Lubbock. 

Canales § (J. T., '99) & Dancy § (O. C, *01). 

McCartney <& McGee. 

J. Robert Astin. 

Refer to Abilene. 

Hammondf Christian S^ Hammond. 

R. S. Bowers. 

Refer to Franklin. 

Henderson, Kidd A Henderson. 

Fisher § (W. D., '90) & Pahner $ (W. A., W). 

M. G. Sanders. 

Refer to Amarillo. 

Refer to Laredo. 

Refer to Eagle Pass. 

J. G. Woolworth, 

Carter A Walker. 

Refer to Franklin. 

Refer to Dalhart. 

Fires § (A. J., '85) A Diggs { (E. E., '86). 

Refer to Eastland. 

Refer to Snyder. 

H. £. Cole. 

E. S. Chambers. 
Refer to Amarillo. 
Ramsey & (MelL 

See Card in Appendix, page 431. 
Walker § ('96) & Baker $ <*96). 
See Card in Appendix, page 431. 

F. O. Fuller. 

Snodgrass (F. L.), DibreH (J. D., Jr.), 4 
R. A. Jeffress § ('75). [Snodgrass (D. A). 
Grove A Miller. 
H. N. Goodson. 
W. N. Foster. 
C. C. McKinney § ('11). 
H. D. McDonald ('68). 
Davis (B. L., '85) & Jester (Charles Lee, 
A ttomeys for First State Ban^, [*93). 

R. S. Neblett ('76). 

Refers to CorHeana National Sank* 

John W. Willson. 

Aldrich § (A. A., '83 and 0. C, '12) A Crook § 

Refer to Plainview. . [(Goo. W., "93). 

Refer to Quanah. 

D.avidson A Bailey. 

Henderson A Bolin. 

Clifford Braly § C03). 



DAIiLAS.* Dallas CoimTT. Pop. 112,(X)0. 

Browder» Edward M^. Suite 510 Slaughter Bldg. 
Zooi$l Attorney for G. C. Jt S. .F. JBgf. Coi 

See Card in Appendix, page 431. 

Dallas oototinued on next page. 

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. DAIjLAB.* Dallas Cocntt. — Cantiimed, 

Chilton & ChUton, Suite 801 WUson Bailding. 
Twtni^ gears' practice, Mcfer to anp Supreme w JE^ederiU Judge in TeoMM* 
See Card in Appendix^ page 431. 
Chilton, Hoiratce. 
Chilton, Benjamin* 
CtB^e & Crane, 1102-1106 Western Indemnity Bldg. Gable 

[Ad. Crane.D 



Cable Ad. Rad- 
[son. 



Refer to Attteriettn and. City National Banhe 
See Card in Appendix^ page 432. 
Davidson, R. V. £ W. S., Suite 211 Sumpter Bld^r. 
Speeiai MitenHon to intereete ofnon^reeidente. 
See Card in Appendix, page 433.. 
DaTidflon, R. v. 
Dayidnon, Wilbur S. 
Eckford, J. J. ('80), 60^-4-6^ Slaughter Building. CUle Ad. Eck. 

See Card in Apipiendix^ jaage 434. 
Ktheridge, McCormick A Bromberg, Western Indemnity Bldg. 
I^iHgated, Corporation, Comtnereial, and Jtailroad BraeHee, 
Mefer to JOeUlae Banke and BueinesM Houeee, 
See Card in Appendix, page 434. 
Holland & Bartlett, Suxnpter Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 435. 
Hunt, G. Drummond (*05), Western Indemnity Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 436. 
lAwther, Pope & Bf m^s. Suite 1201-1205 Western Indemnity B14g. 
JUfer to Anhcrican Exchange National Bank. 
See Card in Appendix, page 435. 
Ijocke A Locke, PirEwtorian Bldg. Gable Ad. Locke. 
See Card in Appendix, page 436. 
Locke, Maurice £. 

Locke^ Eugene P. [Bldg. Gable Ad. Reloba. 

Bead J ('98), Lowrance § ('97) & Bates $ ('OO), 1010-1011-1012 Bwoh 

See Card in Appendix, page 437. 
Bhea, W. A. ('95), 13091 Main St. 

See Card in Appendix.page 437. 
Spence ('83), Haven ('08) & Smithdeal ('95), Lmz Bldg. 
The trial of Caueee, Corporation, Land and Ineurance Law, BanhrupUiif MmU 
tore and important Cotninereinl Adjuetmenta given apeeial attention. 
See Card in Appendix, page 438. 
Thomas, Marshall, Suite 717 Westeni Indemnity Bldg^ 

See Card in Appendix, page 438. 
Thompson, Knishii, Baker & Harris, Western ladenmity Bldg. 
CorptMration, Contn^erdal, Banhruptey, and Land Late, 

MfA^ to City NaUonat Bank, Ballaa ; Nat, Bk. of Comtneree, N» F. 
See Card in Appendix, page 439. 
Thompson^ Wm. Kni^^t, Robert B. L. 

' Baker, Rhodes S. Harris, W. R. 

Wright, Qeorge S. Weisherg, Alex. F. 



PLACE. 

Deestnr.* 
DdRao.* 
Demwin. 
Denton«* 

Dtrine. 

Dinunitt.* 

Dublin. 

Domas.* 

Eagle Pass.* 

Etttbnd.* 

Edinbunr.* 

Edna.* 

QCampo. 
Q Doiado..* 
Hcin. 
Qeetnu 



00171IT7. 

Wise. 

Val Verde. 
QrayioB. 
Denton. 

Medina. 

DiokeBB, 

Castro. 

Erath. 

Moore. 

Maverick. 

Eiasiland. 

Hidalgo. 

Jackson. 

Wharton. 

Schleicher. 

Bastrop. 

Wichita. 

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IT A HISS or ATTOB|nETS« 

MeMnrry & Qettys, 

Walter F. Jones § ('10). 

E. J. Smith (»90). [('13). 

Sullivan \ ('95), HiU } ('95) & Hoffinan § 

See Card tn AppendtXjpage42S, 
Brisooe § (Jno. T.,^05) <& Morris § (Q. C, '15). 
Refer to Lnbbook. 
Refer to Floinyiew. 
Refer to Stephenville. 
Refer to Damart. 
Sanf ord <& Wright. 
Earl Conner ('97).^ 
Refer to Brownsyille. ■ 

McCrory & Vance. 
S. F. Rowan § ('09). 
Refer to Menard. 
Refer to Bastrop. 
L. Jas. Marks C96). 
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KL PASO.* El Pabo CocfSTT. I^p. 88,000. 

BealL Kemp & Na^le. State Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appenaixy page 441. 
Dyer, John L., First National Bank Bldg. CabU Ad. Dyer. 
Corporation, Covmnereial, I n eura m ee , and M*rob«Ue Lmmv. 

See Card in Appendix^ p<Mae 440. 
Ooldatein $ ('01) AlOUtor §^99), 4O4-40fr-4O6 Fiist Nat. Bank Bldff. 

iS'ee Card in Appendix, page 441. 
lioa, McOrady & Thomaaon. Fint National Bank Bldg. 
Oenoral ^raoUoe, State athd JFederal CourtB 
of T«mM. Memioo, Now Motiioo and Arimmm, 

Lea. Tom C99). 

McGrady, J. Q. <*91). 

Thomason, R. £. § ('00). 
Bweeney, Joa. U« $ (*96), Rio Grande Bld«r. 

See Card in Appendix, page 441. 
Torney & Surges, First National Bank Bldg. 
' Tamey, W. W. Bnrgea, WilHam H. 

Holliday, Robert L. Pollard, J. M. [Wintar. 

Winter ('93), McBroom ('98) & Scott ('97), MiUb Bldg. Calde Ad. 

See Card in Appendix jjpage 442. 
Woodson, J. F., | 515^17 (JapleB Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 441. 



NAMBS OF AlTOBKXrtU 

Refer to Greenville. 
J. H. Sharp ('98). 
Edwards. GepMrt A Wrae. 
Refer to San Diego. 
Refer to MoKinney. 
Refer to Amarillo. 
Refer to Bastrop. 
O. A. MoCraoken. 
Refer to Plainview. 
Refer to Alpine. 
Refer to Alpine. 



rULOB. 


OOUSTT. 


Emory.* 


Rains. 


Ennis. 


Ellis. 


Fairfield.* 


Freestone. 


Falfnrrias.* 


Brooks. 


FanaeiSYilk. 


Collin. 


Farwell.* 


Parmer. 


Flatonia. 


Fayette. 
Wilson. 


Floresville.* 


Floydada.* 


Flo/d. 
Jeff Davis. 


Fort Davis.* 


FertStooktoB.* 


Peoos. 



FORT WOin'H.* Tabbaict Cotnrrr. Pop. 84,600. 

Berne. Wm. J., 807-^08 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Sfee Card in Appendix, page 442. 
Flournoy. Smith & Storer, § Suite 200 Continental Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix .jpage 443. 
Kassel, Charles, 214-216 Fort Worth Nat. Bank Bldg. 
General Civil Praettoe, 

'Se£ Card in Appendix, page 444. 
Miller & Miller, 409-411 Reynolds Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 444. 
Paddock, W. B., American National Bank Bldg. 

Inter e8t9 of noU'reeid^nte given prompt attonHon% 

See Card in Appendix, page 443. 
Ross, Ross & Alexander, 203 American Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Citrd in Appendix, page 446. 
Samuels, Sidney L., Suite 707 Fort Worth Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 446. fStanton. 

Thompson, Barwlse & Wharton, Denver-Eeeord Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 446. 



Freeport. 

f^anUin.* 

Fredericksburg.* 

Gail.* 

Gainesville.* 



Brazoria. 

Robertson. 

Gillespie. 

Borden. 

Cooke. 



Refer to Angleton. 
J. Felton Lane § ('93). • 

Clarence Martin. 
Refer to Big Springs. 
Oavis (72) & Davis ('11). 
See Card in Appendix, page 429. 
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GAIiVESrrON.* QALTsnov Counrr. Pop. 40,468. 

AmistroiigyW.T^awTmnoiitSt. CabU Ad. AftnitffOlig. 

806 Card in Appendix^ page 44d« 
Lookbart, Wm. H., $ Cottoo £zohaiwe Biiildiii(. Cable Ad. Locktay. 

See Card in Appendix, page 447. 
Stabbs, Jas. B. & Chas, J., 212 Twrnty^wtooad St. 

Stubbs, James B. 

BtnbbB, CharlM J. 
Terry, Gavin & Mills, Union Depot Baildmg. Gable Ad. Balllngtr* 

Terry, J. W. 

Oavln. B. D. 

Mills, Bailinger , 

Gren, Jobn G. 
CaTln, B. H. 
Wren. Frank J. 
Williams A Neethe, 626-630 American National BMg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 447. 



GiHen CSty.* 

GatflSTiIk.* 

Geoi^ietown.* 

Gtddmgs.* 

GUmer.* 

(»ad«water. 

QleBRose.* 

Goldthwaifee.* 

Goliad.* 



Gtaham.* 

Gnnbniy.* 

QTeenVllle.* 

Qroesbeok.* 

uxorecoB.^ 

Qotfarie.* 

HallettiTine.* 

Bamilton.* 

Haotfoid.* 

HaakelL* 



OOUHTT. 

GlasMMMk. 

Conrell* 

Wunamson. 

Xioe. 

Upehnr. 

Gregsr. 

SomerfelL 

llilb. 

Goliad. 

Gooades. 

Toium;. 

Hood. 

Hnnt. 

IJmestone. 

Trinity. 
King. 



\ 



HmphilL* 

Hanuiitead.* 

nendeiBuii.* 

Henrietta.* 

HoeEOMu* 

Hioo. 

HUlsboro.* 



HoaerO 
Hoado.* 



Gnyre* 



Hamilton. 

Hansford. 

HaskeU. 

Robertwm. 

Sabine. 

Waller. 

Bosk. 

Clay. 

Deaf Smith. 

Hamilton. 

HilL 

Fannin. 
Medina. 



NA1CE8 or ATTOftirBTa. 

RfifiBT to Big Spzinga, 

8. P. Sadler. 

Franklin D. Xx>Te S C91). 

t. U. Watson, 
^arren Sc Brig^s. 
e£er to Longview. 
Befer to Granbury. 

B. B. Anderson. 
G. £. Pope. 

J. W. Bainboldt. 

Arnold (B. P.) <fc Arnold (F. T.). 

Betes <& Bates. 

Olarkrgo) A Sweeton. 

See (Jara in Appendix, page 448* 

C. 8. Bradley (»87). , 

See Card in Appendix, page 430* 
J. A. Piatt. 
Refer to Vernon. 
B. B. Allen. 
A. B. Eidson. 
Befer to Dalhart. 
Befer to Stamford. 
J. Felton Lane § ('98). 
W. P. Goodrieh. 
Keet McDade. 
W. M. Patch. 
Wantland A Parish. 
Carl Gilliland. 

Befer to Hamiltofn. (§ ('10). 

Ck>llins (*96), Morrow § (*06) A Morrow 

Sc^ Card in Appendix, page 448. 
Befer to Paris. 
Befer to San Antonio. 



HOUSTON.* Habbib Couwty. Pop. 78,800, 

Andrews, Streetman, Burns A liOg^ue, Union National Bank Bldg, 
Co rp or a tion JAno, General PraeHee mnd Trial Work. 
See Card in Appendix, page 449. 
IBaker, Botta^ Parker & Garwood, Conunerrial Bank Building. 

See Card %n Appendix, page 450. [Cable Ad. Boterlove.Q 

Bryan & Bryan {See Hutehtnson ^ Brjfan), 

Campbell, Myer, Myer & Freeman, Seventh floor, First Nat. Bank 
Bldg. Cable Ad. Cam myer. 

Co rm oi mH o H p Oomnnereiai, Jnauranee, Probate and Land Litigation, 
Ihfereneeo : The Bank and Truet Cotnpaniee ofMoueton. 
See Card in Appendix, page 451. 
Dougtaei^ A BUlott, Soanlan Blc^. 
See Card in Appendix, page 449. 
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HOUSTON.* Habbu Goumtt. — Continmd. 

VUihMPf Campbell & Amerman, Suite 1001-2 Unkte Bnk Bldff . 
J{e/s«* to Union NtUional Bank and JFirst Ifatioual BoMh^ 

See Card in Appendix^ page 452. 

Fishier, Henry F. 

Campbell, £. R. 

Amerman, A. £. 
OUI9 Jones, Xyier & Potter, 204-209 First National Bank Bldg. 

Bee Coord in Appendix, page 402. 
Hamblen, B. P. & Otis K., 410 A 411 Soanlan Boildinff. 

Mefer to J^^ret Nat, Bank o/Hotuton er ojty BankJn Sou§i9nm 

Hamblen, £. P. 

Hamblen, Otis K. 
Hunt & Teasle, £ii:hth floor, Union National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 458. 
Hutchison & Bryan, 812-13-14-15 Carter Bldg. . 
Sueeeuor* to Huteheton <£r fftUekeson and Bryan dt Bryan. 

See Card in Appendix, page 454. 

Hutcheson, J. G. Bryan, Lewis B. 

Hutcheson, J. O^ Jr. Bryan^ Ii. B., Jr. 

Hutcheson, W. Palmer. 

Dvess A;. D 
Boss & Wood, 901-2 Soanlan Bldg. * 

See Card m Appendix, page 4SS, 
Townes, Vinson & Howard, Snite 406 Union National Bank Bldg. 
£e/er to Vnion yational Bank, 

See Card in Appendix, page 455. 

Townes, E. W. 

Vinson, Wm. A. 

Howard, George F. 

Roes, J. H. 
Wilson, Dabney and King, 711-714 Soanlan Bl^g. 
See Card in Appendix, page 455. 



FLAOB. 

Hnbbard. 

Hontsyille.* 

Iowa Park. 

Itasca. 

Jacksboro.* 

Jacksonville. 

Jasper.* 

Jefferson.* 

Jewett. 

Johnson City.* 

Jonrdanton.* 

Jnnotion.* 

Kamea City.* 

Kaufman.* 

Kerrville.* 

Kilgore. 

Kountze.* 

Ladonia. 

La Grange.* 

Lamesa.* 

Lampasas.* 

Laredo.* 

Lefors.* 

Liberty.* 

Linden.* 

Upaoomb.* 

Livingston.* 

Llano.* 

Lockbart.* 

Longview.* 

Lubbock.* 

Lnfkin.* 

Lnling. 



OOUNTT. 

Hill. 

Walker. 

Wiobita. 

HiU. 

Jack. 

Cherokee. 

Jasi>er. 

Marion. 

Leon. 

Blanoo. 

Atascosa. 

Kimble. 

Karnee. 

Kaofmaa. 

Kerr. 

Gremr. 

Haram. 

Fannin. 
' Fayette. 

Dawson. 

Lampasas. 

Webb. 

Gray. 
. Liberty. 

Cass. 

Lipscomb. 

Polk. 

Llano. 
Caldwell. 

Gremr. 
Lubbock. 
Angelina. 
CaldweU. 



KABCBS OF ▲TTOmrSTB. 

Refer to Hillsboro. 

D^an, Humphrey ^ Powell. 

Refer to Wichita Falls. 

Refer to Hillsboro. 

Stark & Stark. 

John C. Box. 

Smith § (Garland, '05) A Lanier} (L. B., 11). 

T. D. Rowell. 

Refer to Franklin. 

Refer to Austin. 

Refer to Sao Antonio^ 

Refer to Kerrville. 1 

Bell & Brown. 

Wynne & Wynne. 

H. C. Geddie. 

Refer to Longriow. 

Refer to Beaumont. 

Refer to Bonham. 

L. D. Brown. 

Refer to Lubbock. 

W. B. Abney C77). 

A. Winslow § ('75). 

Refer to Canadian. 

£. B. Pickett, Jr. 

Refer to Jefferson. 

Refer to Csinadian. 

HiU ai) & Hill C94). Cable Ad. Hill. 

See Card in Appisndix, page^^^, • 
J. H. McLean. 
£. B. Coopwood. 
Tonng <& otinchoomb. 
Roecoe WUson § ('08). 
Kantooth (E. J.) <& Collins § (C. B.). 
Refer to Lockbart. 



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PLAoa. 
HcKinney.* 

MadiaaiiTille.* 
MtTnthfliii 

Bfarliii** 

MuahalL* 



Matador.* 

MatagQfdA. 

Ifemphia.* 

Ifenud.* 

Hflaxtone.* 



Uineola. 



WeDa. 
Montague.* 
MontgomoTy. 
Mount Pleasant.* 
Moont Vernon.* 
Kaoogidodiaa.* 
KartBota. 
New Brannlab.* 
Newton.* 
Oakyflle.* 
Oehatree.* 
Odaeaa.* 
(Mton.* 
OwDge.* 
Oiona.* 
lUiieali.* 
PkiatBoek.* 
Paleatme.* 
Palo Pinto.* 
Pan Handle.* 



COITSTT. 

Collin. 

Madison. 
Brewster. 



Falls. 



BCaaon. 
Motley. 
Matagorda. 

Menard. 

LoYinff. 

Bosque. 

Limestone. 

Boberts. 

Braasos. 
Wood. 

Palo Pinto. 

Montague. 

Montgomery. 

Titos. 

Franklin. 

Naoogdoohes. 

Ghimes. 

Comal. 

Newton. 

lire Oak. 

OehUtiee. 

Ector. 

Lamb. 

Orange. 

Crockett. 

Cottle. 

Concho. 

Anderson. 

Palo Pinto. 

Carson. 



1IAMS9 OW ▲TTOBirSTS. 

Wallace HughsWn. § 

See Card in Appendix^ page 441. 
J. M. Brownlee, Jr. 
Refer to Alpine. 
Refer to Alpine. 
8pi vev 098), Bartlett (*93) St Carter ("97). 

See Card in Appendix, page 447. 
S. P. Jones. 
Refer to Llano. 
T. T. Bouldin f ClO). 
Refer to Bay Oitjr. 
Pressle^, Thorn a Hamilton. 
J. P. FLick. 
Refer to Peooa. 
Ciireton & Coreton. 
W.M, White. ^ 
Refer to Canadian. 
J. M. CaldweU. 
Refer to Bryan. 
JonesJ C02) & Jones § ('07). 

See Card in Appendix, page4SS, 
W. H. firoas. 
W. W. Cook. 
Refer to Conroe. 
J. M. Burford. 
R. T. Wilkinson. 
S. W. Blount. 
H. L. Lewis. 

Henne (H. G.) <& Faoha (J. R.). 
Refer to Jasper. 
Refer to Beeville. 
Refer to Canadian. 
Refer to Midland. 
Refer to Plainview. 
Refer to Beaumont. 
Refer to San Angelo. 
Refer to Qnanah. 
Refer to Ballinger. 
Thomas B. Careen wood. 
Refer to Mineral Wells. 
Refer to Anuuillo. 



PARIS.* Lamab. County. Pop. 14,000. 

lionc & Wortham, 16 Clarksville St. 
See Card in Appendix, page 456. 



Ptnneiton.* 

PanelL* 

Peinall.* 

PeeoB.* 

Pflot Point. 

PHtaburg.* 

PlainTlaw.* 



Parmer. Refer to Amarillo. 

Roberts. Refer to Canadian. 

Frio. S. T. Phelps ('99). 

Reeves. Jno. B. Howard § C90) and Clay Cooke S COB). 

Denton. Refer to Denton. 

Camp. Bass & Engledon. 

Hale. H. C. Randolph ('85). 

See Card in Appendix, page 448. 

Refer to Lubbock. 

J. F. ECarrington fi ('09). 

Carl HoUingsworth. 

Refer to Amarillo. 

J. W. Williams § ('98). 
See Card in Appendix, page 455. 

Wilson (W.) & Hamilton. 

Refer to Snyder. 

M. M. Hankins. 

Refer to Atlanta. 

Harris & Britten. 

Refer to Lubbook. 

Refer to BeeTiUe. 

D. R. Peareson ('90). 
II Use Western Union Telegrapli Code. 

In t&tre&fionMngf mefMan babtell's. It promotes servidk 



Plaiaa.* 
Plaao. 
PWiawnton. 
PlemoM.* 
Port Arttiiir. 




Rifogio.* 
RadimaBd.* 



Yoakum. 

Collin. 

Atascosa. 

Hutchinson. 

Jefferson. 

Calhoun. 

Garza. 

Hardeman. 



Wood. 
Crosbjr. 
Refugio. 
Fort Bend. 




192 



ATTORNEYS IN TEXAS. 



PULOS. 

Rio Gnudde.* 

Robert Lee.* 

Roby* 

RookcUle. 

Rockport.* 

Roek SpringB.* 

RoekwaU.* 

Rooooe. 

Round Rook, 

Rusk* 

San Angelo.* 



OOUIITT, 

Starr. 

Coke. 

Fisher. 

Milam. 

Aransas* 

Edwards. 

Rookwall. 

Nolan. 

WilliamBon. 

Cherokee. 

Tom Green* 



KAMB8 OF ATTOKKSTB. 

Refer to BrowniTille. 
D. I. Durham. 
L. H. MoCrea. 
Refer to Cameron. 
W. H. Baldwin ('78). 
Refer to Uyalde. 
B. D. Foree. 
Refer to Sweetwater. 

Refer to GeOTgetown. J[Gihsoni(0. W.,»12). 
Norman § (WT T., '99), Shook § (W; H., '98) A 
Joseph SpencOy Jr. f ('80). 
See Card in Appendix^ page 407. 



BAN ANTONIO.* Bsxab Couittt. Pop. 96,614. 

Ball & Seellgson, Kampmann Boilding. 
AWyefbrNat, Banh of Convmeree, San Antonio, Tectof. MefertoKat. Bank 
o/Contn^eree, N.T,t JBrnest A, Hamiil. Pf%«. Com JSwehange Nat. £«nA* 
Chieago ; Walker BUi. Preg. MeehanioB-An^* Nat, Banh of&U X^owO. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 457. 
Boyle. EzelL Hooston & Grover, Gibba Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 458. 
Boyle, B. J. Easell, W. F. 

Houston, Reagan. Grover, J. H* 

Cobbs & Ck>bbs, 714-720 Brady Bid;. 

See Card in Appendix^ wwe 457. 
Denman, Franklin ('74) & McGown C84), 215 W. Comniefoe Si. 
Couneei for San Antonio National Banh, 
See Card in Appendix^page 459. 
Goeth, C. A., Grooa Nat. Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 459. 
liOwrlght & Douglas, Suite 436 Moore Bldg. 
Meatieo Bueineee Oiven Attention, 

See Card in Appendix, page 460. [Talham. 

Taliaferro, Cunningham & Blrkhead, Gunter Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 463. 
Templeton, BrooKs, Napier & Ogden, 620-625 Moore Bldg. Cabls 
See Card in Appendix, page 461. [Ad. Ogdsn. 

Terrell & Terrell, Central Truet Bldg., 201 W. Commeros St. 
Befereneee: Any Bank or reputable hueineee 
man of this etty, or any Judge of the Su^ 
pretne or Aj»p^uate Courte of this State, 
See Card m Appendix, pctge 462. 
TerreU, J. O. Terrell, D. O. 

Terrell, M. W. Turner, J. W. 

Terrell, C. H. Huff, R. O. 

Algee, U. S. [man. 

Vander Hoeven, T. T.. § 228 W. Commerce St. Cable Ad. Temple- 
See Card in Appendix, page 460. 



San AugruBtine.* 

San Benito. 

San Diego.* 

San Marooe.* 

Sanderson.* 

Santa.* 

San Saba.* 

Sohulenburg. 

Seguin.* 

Seminole.* 

Seymour.* 



San Augustine. 

Cameron, 

Duval. 

Hays. 

Terrell. 

Willucy. 

San Saba. 

Fayette. 

Guadalupe. 

Gaines. 

Baylor. 



W. T. Davis. 
J. M. Mothershead ('96). 
Refer to Corpus Christi. 
R. £. MoKie. 
Refer to Alpine. 
Refer to Corpus Cbristi. 
Burleson <& Walker. 
Refer to Columbus. 
S. H. Wnrzboch. 
Refer to Iiubbock. 
J. A. Wheat. 



SHERMAN.* Gratson County. Pop. 12,413. 

[Bank Bldg. 
Head, Dlllard, Smith, Maxey & Head, Merchants & Planters Nat. 
Ati'yafor Merchants and Plan tern Nat, Bank ofShemun%, 
Head, H. O. (71). Dillard, F. C. (74). 

Smith, Cecil H. (76). Maxey, Rice (78). 
Head, Hayden W. (^04). 
Sherman continued on next page. 

II Use Western Union Teleg^raph Code. 

In e&rrespanainfft menUon HubbelFs. It promcie9 »erviee» 



ATTORNEYS IN TEXAS. 



198 



SHBRMAN.* Grayson Gouktt. — Cantinved. 

Holt, Jesse F., 210-212 Merohants <& Plantera Nat. Bank Bl^. 

ReferB to any Bank or Trust Co, or Judges ofCottrts at Shennan, 

Wolfe, J> A. L> ('78), I Comme«5ial Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Woods, Legrand J., i 

See Card in Appendix^ page 463. 
Wood* Jones & Hassell, 515-^20 Merchants <& Planters Nat. Bk. Bldg. 

See Cwrd in Appendix, page 464. 



PLAOX. 


OOUMTT. 


Sherwood.* 


Irion. 


SUTfirton.* 


Brisco. ^ -^ 


^ton.* 




Smithville. 


Bastrop. 


Snydw.* 




Sooora.* 


Sntton. 


Stamford. 


Jones. 


Staoton.* 




Stephenyille.* 


Erath. 


Sterling Gt7.* 


Sterling. 


Stiles.* 


Reagan. 


Stcatfoid.* 


Sherman. 


Solphor Springs.* 


Hopkins. 
Nolan. 


Sweetvster.* 


Tahoka.* 


Lynn. 
Oldham. 


TasoQia.* 


Taylor. 


Williamson. 


Temple. 


B«ll. 


TerrelL 




Tezarkana. 


Bowie. 


Throekmortaii.* 


Throckmorton. 


rilden.* 


MoMnllen. 


Trinity. 


Trinity. 


I*^- 


Bell. 


Tnlfa* 


Swisher. 


Tyler.* 


Smith. 


UTalde.* 


Uralde. 


VaiiAbtTiie. 
Van Horn.* 


GrajBon. 
Culherson. 


Velaaoo. 


Brazoria. 


Venion.* 


Wilbarger. 


Tietoria.* 


Victoria. 



NAM BB OF ATTOBKBTS. 

Refer to San Angelo. i 

Refer to Plainview. 

Refer to Beeville. 

S. L. Staples. 

Yonge § (Arthur, "03) & Yonge $ (Philip, '14). 

Refer to Menard. 

Andrews & Grubbe. 

Refer to Midland. 

F. H. Chandler. 

Refer to San Angelo. 

Refer to San Angelo. 

Refer to Dalhart. 

C. £. Sheppard. 

Harry R. Bondies § ('(U). 

Ellis Doathitt ('91). 

Refer to Lubbock. 

Refer to Amarillo. 

Mantor § (H. €., tM) & Briggs (R. C, '91). 

Cox & Snodgrass. 

Dashiell & Terry. 

William H. Arnold. 

Set Card in Appendix, page 464. 
T. J. Wright. 
Refer to (3otul]a. 
Refer to Groyeton. 
Refer to Belton. 

Refer to Plainview. [Gentrr^. A*). 

Simpson (B. W.), Lasseter (H.£:.)& 

Attomeye for Jeeter Natitmal Bank* 
See Card in Appendix, page 460. 
Martin (I. h'm) i Martin J (L L., Jr., '08). 
Harold W. Walker. J 
Refer to Pecos. 
Refer to Angleton. 
Berry, Stokes <& Morgsn. 
Proctor, Yandenberg, Crain A MitehelT. 



WACO.* McLenkan CouifTY. Pop. 35,000. 

Kelley, D. A. ('73), 412} Franklin St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 464. 
Rogers, Robert H. ('77), 102i S. Fourth St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 465. 
Scott & Ross, 1408 Amicable Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page ^. 



Sleeper, Boynton & Kenaall, Peerless Bide 
An'vB fot " ' _ 

JfaHonol Bank, Bankers Trust Co., Iiumbertnen's Trust Co, 



Jttt'vs for Am, JFreehold Mtg, Co, of Lo 



ttdg. 
ndon. 



Mng,f Provident 



See Card in Appendix^ page 466. 
Sleeper, William M. (*80). 
Boynton, Charles A. ('91). 
KendaU, Ben Q. ('96 ). 

8totter,R. O. ('10). 
Street. B. O.. 506-507 Peerless Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 4^. 
Williamson. J. D. ('94), 509-611 Peerless Bldg. 
^•Hl Pruetiee oniy, General Counsel Southern Union JAfs Ins, Co, and The 
ahsar Co,, of Waco. Before to Provident Nat, Bank and the Batiks of Waco, 

II Use Western Union Telegraph Code. 

Ill eorre^p^mdingt menHan UnVMl% It prornvtes 9ervU>^ 



19ft 



ATTORNEYS IN TEXAS. 



PLAOB. 


OOUNTT. 


Waelder. 


Gonzales. 


WalliBTiUd. 


Chambexs. 


WnzAhachie* 


Ellis. 


Weatherford* 


Parker. 


Wellingrton* 


Collingswortii. 


Wharton* 


Wharton. 


Whitesboro. 


Qrayson. 


Wheeler* 


Wheeler. 


Whitewright. 


Grayson. 


Whitney. 


HiU. 


Wichita Falls * 


Wichita. 


Wilkpoint. 
WoodviUe.* 


Van Zandt. 


Tyler. 


Toaknm. 


DeWitt. 


Yorktown. 


DeWitt. 


Zapata* 


Zapata. 



VAMES OF ATTOBHSn. 

Refer to Gonzales. 

Refer to Houston. 

Supple (C. M., '89) & Hazdkg (W. L., 'M). 

Hood & Shadle. 

Refer to Childress. 

KeUey (G. G., 'm) A Hawes § (E., Jr., »13). 

liefer to Sherman. 

Refer to Canadian. 

Refer to Sherman. 

Refer to Hilkboro. [& Britain § (A. 'H^ *9S). 

Carrigan (A. H./83), Mon^^romery (J. T..'82) 

Wynne, Wynne iSt Gilmore. 

J. A. Mooney. 

Horace Wimberley. 

Refer to Cuero. 

Refer to Brownsville. 



ATTORNEYS IN UTAH. 



Capital^ Salt Lake Citt. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 8. 



rLAoa. 



B^Tsr.* 

Bonntifnl. 

Brigrham.* 

Castle Dale.* 

Coalville.* 

Corinne. 

EohoCity. 

Eureka. 

Farmingfon.* 

Fillmore.* 

Grantsville. 

Heber.* 

Junction.* 

Kanab.* 

Loa.* 

Logan.* 

Manti.* 

Mercnr. 

Milford. 

Moab.* 

Monticello.* 

Morgan.* 

Mount Pleasant. 

Nephi.* 

Ogden.* 

Ophir.^ 

Panguitoh.* 

Park City. 

Parowaa.* 

Payson. 

Price.* 

Prove* 

Randolph.* 

Richfield.* 

St. George.* 



OOUHTT. 

Beaver. 

Davis. 

Box Elder. 

Emery. 

Summit. 

Box Elder. 

Sunmiit. 

Juab. 

Davis. 

Millard. 

Tooele. 

Wasatch. 

Piute. 

Kane. 

Wayne. 

Cache. 

San Pete. 

Tooele. 

Beaver. 

Grand. 

San Juan. 

Morgan. 

San Pete. 

Juab. 

Weber. 

Tooele. 

Grarfield. 

Summit. 

Iron. 

Utah. 

Carbon. 

Utah. 

Rich. 

Sevier. 

Washington. 

11 Use Western 



iTAMBS o* ATToavan. 

W. F. Knox. 
Refer to Salt Lake Citj. 
Wm. J. Lowe. 
Refer to Manti. 
Refer to Ogden. 
Refer to Brighara. 
Refer to Park City. 
Edward Pike. 
Refer to Salt Lake Citj. 
R. W. King. 
Refer to Tooele. 
A. C. Hatch. 
Refer to Richfield. 
John F. Brown. 
Refer to Richfield. 
Walters &, Harris. 
E. 1). Wooley. 
Refer to Tooele. 
Refer to Beaver. 
Refer to Price. 
Refer to Price. 
Refer to Ogden. 
J. W. Cherry. 
L. A. Miner. 
Skeen & Skeen. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 468. 
Refer to Tooele. 
Refer to Kanab. 
L. B. Wight. 
Refer to Beaver. 
Refer to Prove. 

C. 8. Price. 

Coleman (Jacob) & Tucker (Jamea B.). 
Refer to Logan. 
E. E. HofiFraan. 

D. H. Morris. 
Union Telegraph Code. 



In corresponding f mention Hublf^U% It protnotea 



ATTORNEYS IN UTAH. 196 

SALT ULKK CITY.* Salt Lake Gocimr. Pop. 109,000. 

[Boothlee.D 
Booths Lee, Badger Sb Rich, Suite 608 Boston BUg. Cable Ad. 
O e n srai Braetice, Corporation, Minitig, Irrigation, Probate and 
^BunhrupUJV Isute, Important Commercial A^JuMtn^nte given attention. 



er twenty yeart praetiee in JTtah* Meferenee9 : National Bank of the 
ptMhlie, ifationaf Copper Bank, Utah State National Bank, Auetwieh 
., Bait Iktke City, TTtah, 

See Card in Appendix, page 466. 
Booth, Hiram E. Lee, £. O. 

Bad^r, Carl A. Rich, Benjamiik L. 

Bradley, Pischel & Harkness^ 405 Felt Bldg. • 
Bradley, Wm. M. ('83). 
Piachel, Wm. ('04). 
Harkneas, R. B. ('02). 
Cheney* Jensen & Holman, Snite 414 Boston Bldg. Cable Ad. 

CFenerol CivU l*raetiee. LCheman. 

Cheney* A. M. 
Jensen, John. 
Holman, Frank K. 
|Dey, Hoppaugh & Fabian, Reams Bldg. Cable Ad. Dyho. 



Jfiff— jr» Corporation and Comn%ercial law, jfLtt'yB for Bingham Mines Com» 
jMs«»y ; Mond A Ooodirin; M.ntual Creamery Company} Tiie 84iU Ikike Hardware 
C<n»^]p4tniy$ A.meriean ITuel Company of Utah; General ^Engineering Company* 



See Card in Appendix, page 466. 

Dey, Charles C. Fabian, Harold P. 

Hoppaugh, A. L. Mark, Robert E. 

Bvans, FoUand & Evans, Suite 1022-26 Boston Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^page 467. 
Gibson, Geo. Jay, % lOU Keams Bldg. Cable Ad. Dartyale.fl 

See Card in Apvendixy oage 467. 
Howat, Marshall, Macmillan & Nebeker, Judge Bldg. 

Howat. Andrew. Marshall, John A. 

MacmiQan, H erbert R. Nebeker, Frank K. 

Butterfield. R. H. 
Hard A Kurd. Suite 700 Utah Say. & Trust BMg. Cable Ad. HurcU 
Hurd, J. H« 
Hurd, Joseph D. 
McCrea,*Wm. M. § ('00)^ 410 Utah Savings & Trust Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 467. 
Pierce, Crltchiow & Barrette, 305-309 McComick Bldg. Cable Ad. 
iS^ Card in Appendix, jpage 467. [Pilow.ll 

Skeen COl) & Skeen, Walker Bank Bldg. 

Mquippedfor Cotnmereial and non'resident buainess. 
See Card in Appendix, page 468. 
Stephens & Smith, 1406-10 Walker Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 467, 
Stewart, Stewart 3^ Alexander, § Suite 610 Judge Building. 
Trial work and General Civil J^raetiee tn all Courts, 
Stewart, Samuel W. Stewart, Barnard J. 
Alexander, Daniel. 

Waddoups, Mark C. iSteffenson, Kearney K. § 

SoderberGT H J^ 
Ston^ & Steigmeyer, Boston ^Idg. ' Cable Ad. Story.ll 

General Practice, Specialty, Mining, Irrigation and Tower, 
Story, WUliam ('65). 
Steigmeyer, Frederick ('96). 
Story, William, Jr. 5 ('97). 
Van Cott, Allison & RIter, Suite 1311 Walker Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 
Van Cott, Waldemar. Allison, E. M., Jr. [Sutson. 

Biter, William D. Howell B. R. 

Van Cott, W. Q. 

OOtTHTT. ^AMES OV ATTOXUffBTS. 

,^ (Sty. San Pete. Refer to Manti. 

S yfiiMft f i lle. Utah. Refer to Prove. 

'tooA.* Tooele. L. L. Baker. 

Tremonton. Box Elder. Alra D. McGnire § ('11). 

Vernal.* Uinta. O'Donnell & Calder. 

X Compilers of our SynopAis of the Laws of Utah. 

II Use western Union llelegraph Code. 

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196 



ATTORNEY8 IN VERMONT. 



ATTORNEYS IN VERMONT. 



Capital, MoifiTBLZBB. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

NAMES OF ATTOKKCn. 

Refer to Swanton. 

Refer to Bennington. 

Refer to Swanton. 

Refer to Bethel. 

Refer to 8t. Johnsbnry. 

J. Ward Carver. 

Frank D. Thompson § ('99). 

Thonuw E. O'BrienKW. [ert E-, 104). 

Holden f (Edwaid H., '99) A Healy § <Rab- 

J. J. Wilson. 

D. 8. Conant. 

F. W. WiUiama. 

Robert C. Bacon $ ('99). 

Jasper G. Page. 

Sherman R. Moulton §C01). 
See Card in Appendix, page 409. 

Refer to Hyde Park. 

Refer to Rutland. 

Refer to Ludlow. 

S. C. Wilson. 

Refer to Ludlow. 

Refer to St. Johnshuiy. 

Refer to St. Johnsbuiy. 

Refer to Newport. 

Refer to Bethel. 

Refer to Bethel. 

Refer to Riohford. 

Refer to Burlington. r*12) 

Phelps (PhilipM. M., 10) A Pratt (Leo K.. 

Refer to Bethel. * 

Refer to St. Johnsbury. 

Refer to St. Johnsbury. 

Refer to White Riyer Junction. 

D. W. Steele. 

Refer to Burlington. 

R. W. Hulburd.. 

Refer to Newfiort. 

Harry B. AmeyJ ('98). 

Refer to North Troy. 

Refer to North Troy. 

ISticknbt § (WiLUAX W., '78), SAsamirr C 
(John G., 'OO) <& Skkbls § (Hoxsb L., *02): 

Refer to St. Johnsbury. 

Refer to St. Johnsbury. 

Refer to Bennington. 

Jas. B. Donaway. 

Refer to Burlington. [A., *OD 

Gleason § (Fred E.. '09) A Willcox § (Jnliiu 

F. G. Fleetwood ('93). 

Refer to Brattleboro. r*12) 

Williams (Frank C, '99) A Smith § (E. J., '' 

Refer to Montpelier. 

Refer to St. Albans. 

Refer to Bennington. 

O. S. Annis ('90). 

Refer to Rutland. 

Refer to Ratland. 

Refer to Rutland. 

Refer to Bethel. 

S. R. Boright. 
t Compilers of our Synopsis of the Laws of Vermont. 
II Use western Union Telegraph Code. 

In corresponding 9 mention Uubbell's. It promotes «ar«tea^ 



PLAOB. 


COUNTY. 


Alburg. 


Grand Isle. 


Ariington. 


Bennington. 


Bakenfield. 


Franklin. 


Barnard. 


Windsor. 


Bamet. 


Caledonia. 


Barre. 


Washington. 


Bellows Falls. 


Orleans. 


Windham. 


Bennington.* 


Bennington. 


Bethel. 


Windsor. 


Bradford. 


Orange. 


Brandon. 


Rutland. 


Brattleboro. 


Windham. 


Bristol. 


Addison. 


Burllnf^n.* 


Chittenden* 


Cambridge. 


Lamoille. 


Gastleton. 


Rutland. 


Cayendish. 


Windsor. 


Chelsea.* 
Chester. 


Orange. 
Windiior. 


Concord. 


Essex. 


Danyille. 


Caledonia. 


Derby Line. 
East Barnard. 


Orleans. 
Windsor. 


East Bethel. 


Windsor. 


Enosborg. 


Franklin. 


Essex Junction. 


Chittenden. 


Faiihayen. 


Rutland. 


Gaysville. 


Windsor. 


GuUdhall.* 


Essex. 


Hard wick. 


Caledonia. 


Hartford. 


Windsor. 


Highgate. 
Hinesburg. 
Hyde Park.* 


Franklin. 
Chittenden. 


Lamoille. 


IrasbuK. 
Island Pond. 


Orleans. 


Essex. 


Jay. 


Orleans. 


Lowell. 


Orleans. 


Ludlow. 


WiNDSOB. 


Lunenburg. 

L^donville. 

Manchester.* 


Essex. 


Caledonia. 


Bennington. 


Middlebnry.* 


Addison. 


Bfilton. 


Chittenden. 


Montpelier.* 


Washington. 


Momsrille. 


Lamoille. 


Newfane.* 


Windham. 


Newport.* 
Northfield. 


Orleans. 


Washington. 
Grand Isle. 


North Hero.* 


North Pownal. 


Bennington. 


North Troy. 


Orleans. 


Pittsford. 


Rutland. 


Poultney. 


Ratland. 


Proctor. 


Rutland. 


Randolph. 


Orange. 
Franklin. 


Richford. 



ATTORNEYS IN VERMONT. 



197 



tudbmoBa* 

Roehester. 

RoeldiigJianL, 

Boxbary. 

BoymltoiL, 

BntlMid.* 



OOUSTT. 

Chittenden. 

Windsor. 

Windham. 

Washingrton. 

Windsor. 

Rutland. 



Sharon. Windsor. 

Shelbome. Chittenden. 

St. Albam.* Franklin. 

8t. Johnsbwry.* Caledonia. 



Sooth Royalton. 
Spfinsfield. 
Sto^hridce. 
Swanton. 

Vsnumes. 

WaUincford. 

Waterbnzy. 

Westfield. 

West Rutland. 

White RiTer J*n. 

Wifanington. 

Windsor. 

Wmooaki. 

Woodstock.* 



Windsor. 
Windsor. 
Windsor. 



Orleans. 

Addison. 

Rntknd. 

Washington. 

Orleans. 

Rutland. 

Windsor. 

Windham. 

Windsor. 

Chittenden. 

Windsor. 



NAMES OF ATTOWIXTB. 

Refer to Borlington. 

Refer to Bethel. 

Refer to Bellows Falls. 

Refer to Montpelier. 

Refer to Bethel. 

liawrence $ (Qeorge E.), Lawrence § 

(Edwin W.) & Stafford § (Bert L.). 
Refer to Bethel. 
Refer to Burlington. 
Nathan N. Post J(»78). 
Porter | (*95). Witters ('12) A Harrev 

See Card in Apptndixt page 469. ICVih 
Refer to Bethel. 

Blanchard (H. H.) A Topper (H. 0.). 
Refer to Bethel 
F. L. Webster. 
Refer to North Troy, 
F. W. Tottie C81). 
Refer to Rutland. 
C. B. Adams. 
Refer to North Troy. 
Refer to Rutland. 

Pingree § (S. £.;59} A Pingree § (Wm. 8.»*(»). 
Refer to Brattleboro. 
Cole A Bicknell. 
Refer to Burlington. 
William Batohdder § C72). 



ATTORNEYS IN VIRGINIA. 

Capital^ Richmond. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



TLACm. 



Alnngd< 
Aooomae C. SL* 
Alexandria, 

AlUTirta. 
Amelia C.H.* 
Amhnfst G. H.* 
Appalaeli]a« 
AppomattoK. 
AdUand. 
Basic City. 
Bedford Cky.* 
Berkley. 
Benynlle.* 
Big Stone (Sap. 
Blackstone. 
Bland C. H.* 
Bowli]« (}reen.* 
Bojdton.* 
BfentsviUe. 
BristoL 
Brookneal. 
Bnckin|diain C. H. 
Boena Vista. 
Cape Charles. 
Ckariee CSty.* 
(Siarlotte.* 
(SiailotteeTiUe** 



COIWTY. 

Washington. 
Aooomao.^ 

AlftTTftTldTiai 

Camphell. 
Amelia. 
Amherst. 
Wise. 

Appomattox. 
Hanorer. 
Aogosta. 
Bedford. 
Norfolk. 
Clarke. 
Wise. 
Nottoway. 
Bland. 
Caroline. 
Mecklenburg. 
Prince William. 
Washington. 
Cam|>bell. 
* Buckingham. 
Rockbridge. 
Northampton. 
Charles City. 
Charlotte. 
Albemarle. 

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NAM1SB OF ATTORNICYS. 

White, Penn (Geo. £.) A Penn (Geo. B., Jr.). 

B. T. Gunter. 

C. E. Niool ('75). 

J. E. M. Norton ('82). 
Ernest Jones § ('08). 
T. R. Hardawav. 
Otto L. Brans ('iSS). 
Refer to Wise. 
Refer to Farmville. 
S.J. DosweU§('86). 
Refer to Staunton. 
Landon Lowry ('03). 
Refer to Portsmouth. 
A. Moore, Jr. and Son. 
Bullitt A Chalkier. 
Bpes (AUan, '02) A Bpes (L. S.. '07). 
Refer to Wytheville. 
R. L. Beale. 
R. TumbuU A Son. 
Refer to Manassas. 
Refer to Bristol, Tenn. 
Refer to Altarista. 
Refer to Farmville. 
A. W. Robertson. 
John T. Daniel. 
Refer to Richmond. 
Carrington A Chermside. 
Harmon (Daniel, dec'd) A Walsh (Homan 
W.) and Charles W. Allen. 
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ATTORNEYS IN VIRGINIA. 



ChaBeCity. 

Chftduun* 

ChesterEeld G. H.* 

Chriatiaosbnrg.* 

Clarendon.* 

Clarkaville. 

Clifton Fom. 

Clintwood.* 

Cobnm. 

Conitland.* 

CoTington.* 

Onlpeper.* 

CnmberluuiC. H* 

DanviUe. 

Denbigh.* 

Dendron. 

Dinwiddle C. H.* 

Dumfries. 

East Radford. 

EastYille.* 

Edenbnre. 

£mporia> 

Fairfax C. H.» 

FarmviUe.* 

Fincastle.* 

Floyd C. H.* 

Friuiklin. 

Frederickebnrg. 

Front Royal.* 

Gate City.* 

Glonoenter C. H.* 

Goochland C. H.* 

GbrdonsYilIe. 

Gretna. 

GJrundy.* 

Hampton.* 

Hanover C. H.** 

Harrisonburg.* 

Hayniarket. 

Heathayille.* 

HilkriUe.* 

Hot Springs. 

Houston.* 

Huddleston. 

Independence.* 

Me of Wight.* 

Jonesville.* 

King George C. H.* King George. 

King & Queen C. H.*King & Qaeefl. 

King WimamC. H.*King William. 



CO02«TV. 

Mecklenburg. 

Pittsylyania. 

Chesterfield. 

Montgomery. 

Alexandria. 

Mecklenburg. 

Alleghany. 

Dickenson. 

Wise. 

Southampton. 

Alleghany. 

Culpeper. 

Cumberland. 

Pittsylvania. 

Warwick. 

Surry. 

Dinwiddle. 

Prince William. 

Montgomery. 

Northampton. 

Shenandoah. 

GreenesTille. 

Fairfax. 

Prince Edward. 

Botetourt. 

Floyd. 

Southampton. 

Spottsylyania. 

Warren. 

Scott. 

Gloucester. 

Goochland. 

Orange. 

Pittsylvania. 

Buchanan. 

Elizabeth City. 

Hanover. 

Rockingham. 

Prince William. 

Northumberland. 

Carroll. 

Bath. 

Halifax. 

Bedford. 

Grayson. 

Ide of Wight. 

Lee. 



Lancaster C. H.* 
Lawrenceville .* 
Lebanon.* 
Leesburg.* 
Lexington.* 
Louisa C. H.* 
Lovingston.* 
Lunenburg C. H.* 
Luray.* 



Lancaster. 

Brunswick. 

Russell. 

Loudoun. 

Rockbridge. 

Louisa. 

Nelson. 

Lunenburg. 

Page. 



NAMES OF ATTOBKKT*. 

E. W. Hudgins fOB). 
Clement & Clement. 
Refer to Manchester. 
Harless &, Colhoun. 
Refer to Alexandria. 
Refer to Boydton. 
Robert G. James. 
A. A. Skeen. 
Refer to Wise. 
Refer to Suffolk. 
D. A. WiUiamson. 
Grimsley & Miller. 
Refer to FarmviUe. 
Eugene Withers (^90). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 460* 
Refer to Newport News. 
Refer to Surry. 
Refer to Petersbuijg. 
Refer to Manassas. 
H. C. Tyler ('02). 
Refer to Accomac C. H. 
Refer to Woodstock. 



n3). 



Sonthall § (8. V., '95) A Turner (E. Peyton, 
Moore (R. W.), Keith (T. R.), McGandiah (F.) 
Watkins <& Brock. [& HaU (M. GO. 

C. M. Lunsford ('84). 
Proffitt & Weeks. 
J. C. Parker ('84). 

B. P. Willis 093). 
Downing & Weayer. 

Coleman (S. W., '00) A Carter (B. T., HS). 

Can^ & Cary. , 

Refer to Richmond. 

Refer to Orange. 

Refer to Altavista. 

Refer to TazewelL 

T. L. Slater. 

Refer to Riehmond. 

Sipe <& Harris. 

Refer to Manassas. 

C. Harding Walker C92). 
L. £. Lindsay. 

Refer to Warm Springs. 

Booker <& Mc Kinney. 

Refer to Altavista. 

J. C. Padgett. 

Refer to Smithfield. 

Refer to Big Stone Gap. 

Refer to Fredericksbui^. 

Refer to West Point. 

Refer to West Point. 

Refer to Heathsville. 

E. P. Buford. 

Burns (C. C.) A Kelley (F. M.). 

Edwin E. Garrett ('91). 

Frank Moore j ('95). 

W. Worth Smith, Jr. 

L. Grafton Tucker ('05). 

Refer to Boydton. 

Walton (M. L., '76) A Bro. (S. A., 'SS). 



LYNCHBURG. Campbell County. Pop. 29,494. 

Caskle ('81) & Caskie COO), 801-2-3 Peoples Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ pcufe 470. 
Harrison ('H2) & Tjong ( V2), 408, 40i\ A 410 Krise Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 470. 
Klrkpatriek & Howard, <H)l-2-3 Peoples Nat. Bank B)dg. 
Hefer to any Manic in hynrhburg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 470. 

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190 



K.AOK. 

Madison C. H.« 



Moant Jaoksdii. 
N^ewbem. 
New Castle.* 
New Kent C. H.* 
New Market. 
Ne^rport News. 



OOU3CTY. 

Ma4li8on. 

Prince WUUain. 

Chesterfield. 

Smyth. 

Henry. 

Mathews. 

Highland. 

Westmoreland. 

Shenandoah. 

Puladd. 

Craig. 

New Kent. 

Shenandoah. 

Warwick. 



NAMES OF ATTOSMarS. 

N. G. Payne. 
Thos. H. Lion ^95). 
Now a part of Kichmond. 
B. F. Buchanan ('85) <& Son. 
Whittle & Whittle. 
Refer to Qloucester. 
A. L. Jones. 
Refer to Warsaw. 
Refer to Woodstock. 
Refer to Polaski. 
P. V. Jones. 
Refer to West Point. 
Refer to Woodstock. 
Lett ('92) & Massie § (*95). 
ttcf^r to anff Monk in Newpitri J?MO<< 
See Card tn Appendix, page 470. 



NORFOLK. NOBFOLK County. Pop. 86,M0. 

Balrd & Swink, 624 Law Bldg. Cahle Ad. Baird. 

Sefer to National JSank of Commerce and Virginia KatUmal Bmnk* 

See Card in Appendix, page 471. 
Baker & Egsleston, § 418, 419, A 420 Dickson Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 470. 
Hicks. Morris^ Garnett & Tunstall, 616-626 Citiiens Bank Bldg. 

See Card m Appendix, page 471. 
Hoghes & Vande venter, 508-514 Seaboard Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix* page 471. 
Loyall C9l\ Taylor (»91) & White ('04), Law Building. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 472. 
Old § r96) & Brockenbrough § ('9(3), Rooms 511-^15 Law Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 473. 
Peatross & Savage, Dickson Bldg. Cable Ad. Peat8avage.|| 

See Card in Appendix, page 473. 

Peatross, R. W. ('97). 

Sarage, T. D. § ('02). 

Lawrence^Julian S. CH\). 
Woloott, Wolcott, Lankf ord & Kear, Seaboard Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 474. 



KortoB. 

Nottoway C. H.* 



Wise. 

Nottoway. 

Prince William. 

Aecomao. 

Orange. 

Fluvanna. 

Giles. 

Dinwiddle. 



Portamonth.* Norfolk. 



Orange C. H.* 

Palmyra.* 

Peariebarg.* 



Powhatan.* 



Powhatan. 



Prince Qeorge C. H.*Prinoe George. 
Prineeaa Anne.* Princess Anne. 
Pnlaaki.* Pulaski. 

Radfosd. Montgomery. 



Refer to Wise. 

Refer to Blackstone. 

Refer to Manassas. 

Warner Ames. 

Browning & Browning. 

J. O. Shepherd. 

Williams <fc Farrier. 

Hamilton § ('74) & Mann § ('86). 

See Card in Appendix, p<ige 472. 
Peatross & Savage. 

See Card in Appendix, page 473. 
Refer to Richmond. 
Refer to Petersburg. 
Refer to Norfolk. 
Wysor & Wysor. 
H. C. Tyler ('02). 



RICHMOND.* Hbnbioo County. Pop. 127,628. 

Anderson^ James Lewis § ('84), 1110-1111-1112 Travelers Bldg. 

See Cfard in Appendix, page 475. [Cable Ad. Andlew 

Cutchins & Cutcliins, 705-70G Mutual Assurance Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 475. [Cable Ad. Doeswett. 

Doswell, Stonewall J. § ('8(i), Travelers Bldg., 1106-8 E. Main St. 
Collections. Cont.*c'l and Corporation Law, Itefer9to Nat, BanhofVm* 

See Card in Appendix, page 475. 

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200 ATTORNEYS IN VIRGINIA. 

RICHMOND.* Hkmkico County. — Continued. 

Gulgon, A. B., VirsruuA Railway & Power Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 476. 
Henley ('88), Hall ClO) & Hall ('16), Suite 717 Matoal Bldg . 

See Card in Appendix^ P^ff,^ 476. 
Meredith & Cocke, Travelers Building. 

Meredith, C. V. 

Cocke, Preston (deceased). 
Miller («77) & Miller § ('14), 1213 Mutual Bldg. Cable Ad. Harmil. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 476. 
Montague, Hill, 1008-1009 Travelers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page All, 
Munford, Hunton, Williams &, Anderson, 1003 Virginia Rj. A 

Hunton, £ppa, Jr. [Power Bldg. Cable Ad. Huntwand.| 

Williams, Ldmund Randolpn. 

Anderson, Henry W. 

J]kty, Thomas Benjamin. 

Christian, Andrew D. 
Page & Leary^ 31A & 316 Mutual Bldg. 

5e€ Card \n Appendix y page 411, 
Scott & Buchanan, 317-318 Mutual Bldg. Cable Ad. Scottbuch. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 411, 
Smith & Gordon, Travelers Insurance Bldg. 
Jtefer to Flantmra National Batik, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 478. 

Smith, H. M., Jr. 

Gordon, James W. 

Minor, James F. (associate). 
tStern, Jo. Lane ('74) & Gary Ellis ('94), Travelers Insnnuice Bldg. 

See Card in Avvendix^ page 478. 
Williams ('<)») & Mullen f ('99), Suite 1236 Mutual Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 479. [MullwUL 

Wingo, John T, ('(X)), Suite 1000 Travelers Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 478. 

ROAMOKE. RoAKOKB Codntt. Pop. 34,874. 

Hart (*90) & Hart ('97), 503-4-5 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Refer to any Jtank, 

See Card in Appendix^ page 479. 
McNulty ('04) & Engleby ('11), 701-2-3 Payne Bldg. Cable Ad. Seo. 
Refer to City National Bankf Roanoke, Va. 
See Card in Append ix, page 480. 
Staples & Cocke, 508-509-510 Terry Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 480. 
Woods, Chitwood & Coze, :)07-310 Terry Bldg. 
Corporation and Commercial J^aw, 
See Card in Appendix, page 480. 

PLAGK. COUNTY. NAMES OF ATTORNSTS. 

Rocky Mount.* Franklin. Lee <& Saunders. 

Rustburg.* Campbell. Refer to Lvnchburg. 

St. Paul. Wise. Refer to Wise. 

Salem.* Roanoke. Use MeNulty & Engleby of Roanoke. 

See Card in AppenatXt page 480. 
Saluda.* Middlesex. Refer to West Point. 

Soottsville. Albemarle. Refer to Charlottesville. 

Smithfield. Isle of Wight. Geo. F. Whitley. 

South Boston. Halifax. Stebbins & Tettle. 

Spottsylvania C. H.* Spottxylvania. Refer to Fredericksburg. 

Stafford C. H.* Stafford. Refer to Fredericksburg. 

Stanardsville.* Greene. Chapman (J no. S.) & Averill (£. M.). 

Staunton.* Augusta. Armistead C. Gordon (*79). 

Me fere to any Hank in Staunt&n, 
See Card in Appendix, page 480. 
Sirasburg. Shenandoah. Refer to Woodstock. 

Stuart.* Patrick. J. M. Hooker. 

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PLACS. 

Suffolk.* 

Sony C. H .♦ 

Soaez C. H.* 

Tappahannock.* 

TuewelL* 

Toano. 

Wami Springi.* 

Wanentoo.* 

Wanaw.* 

Washinetoii.* 

Wayneaboio. 

West Point. 

WilliamabnriK.* 

Winchester.* 

Wingina. 

Wise C. a* 

Woodstook.* 

Wytherille.* 
Torktown.* 



OODKTT. 

Nausemond. 

Siiiry. 

Snasez. 

Tazewell. 

James Cityt 

BatK, 

Faaquier. 

Richmond. 

Rappahannock. 

Angnsta. 

King William. 

James City. 

Frederick. 

Nelson. 

Wise. 

Shenandoah. 

Wythe. 
York. 



KAMES OF ATTOS^TEYS. 

James H. Corbitt § ('98). .[Brigffs, '12). 

Shewmake (Oscar L., *09) & Richarcbon (r* 

Refer to £mporia. 

H. G. De Shields. [Buchanan § (A. C, '14). 

Chapman (J. W., '80), Peery (Geo. C, '97) <fe 

Refer to Williamsbarg. 

H. U. Byrd. 

WUliam Horgan ('08). 

A. N. Wellford. 

H. G. Moffett C72). 

O. H. Branaman § ('13). 

O. L. Cole § ril). 

Frank Armistead § ('05). 

T. Russell Cather ('10). 

Refer to Lovingston. 

Kelly (E. W., '07) & Kiser (H. J. '16). 

Williams & Bro. (Wm. T., '79, PhiUp, '10, 

C. E., '12). 
Thomas § (C. B.,'72) <fe Thomas § (W. C, '07). 
Refer to Newport News. 



ATTORNEYS IN WASHINGTON. 

Capital, Olthpia. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOX. 



COUMTY. 



Aberdeen. 
Anaeortes. 
Arlington. 
Asotin.* 



Grays Harbor. , 
Ski^t. 
Snohomish. 
Asotin. 



KAMES OF ATTORNETS. 

Hogan S (John C.) & Graham § (A. £.). 
Norwall & Norwall. 
A. M. WendeU § ('03). 
C. H. Baldwin. 



BEIiLINGHAM.* Whatcom County. Pop. 24,298. 




See Card in Appendix , page 481. 



Bhune. 

Bremerton. 

Brewster. 

Cashmere. 

(^hlamet.* 

Centralia. 

ChehaUs.* 

Cheney. 

Clarkston. 

Colfax.» 

CdriUe.* 

CoopeTille.* 
DsTeaport.* 
Dayton.* 

Elleiiabiii|r«* 

Ephrata.* 

ETerett.* 



Whatcom. 

Kitsap. 

Okanogan. 

Chelan. 

Wahkiakum. 

Lewis. 

Lewis. 

Spokane. 

Asotin. 

Whitman. 

Steyens. 

Island. 

Lincoln. 

Columbia. 

Kittitas. 

Qrant. 

Snohomish. 



Friday Harbor.* San Jnan. 
Goldendale.* Klikitat. 

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In corresponding^ mention 



Jno. J. Pinckney § ('03). 

Thomas Stevenson. 

A. J. O'Connor. 

Charles F. Wallace § ('08). 

Refer to Chehalis. 

Dysart & EUabury. 

Gus L. Thacker. 

Refer to Spokane. 

£. £. Halaey. 

J. M. Pickerell. 

StuU (Howard W., '08), Wentz (Herman T., 

'«)) A Bailey (H. Wade, '10). 
Refer to Port Townsend. 
Freece (J. S.) & Pettijohn (C. A.). 
Will Fonts. ^ 
J. H. McDaniels. 
Refer to Wenatchee. 
Sherwood § ('01) & Mansfield § ('01). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 481. 
Refer to Mount Vernon. 
Brooks <& Brooks. 
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ATTORNEYS IN WASHINGTON. 



PIAOB. 

Hoqniam. 

KftUma.* 

Kennewick. 

Kettle Falls. 

Monteeano.* 

Mount Vemon.* 

Newport.* 



CX>U»TY. 

Grays Harbor. 

Cowlitz. 

Benton. 

SteYens. 

Grays Harbor. 

Skagit. 

P<Nad O'Reille. 



NAMB8 OF ATTOKNBT8. 

C. W. Hodgdon § ('89). 

J. E. Stone. 

Moulton § (M. M., '00) &, Jeffrey § (F. R., »13). 

Refer to Colville. 

W. H. Abel. r»09). 

Shraoger § (I. E., *88) <& Henderson § (C. J., 

Sidney W. Rogers. 



NORTH YAKIMA.* Yakima Cocjntt. Pop. 18,737. 

Davis § C04) & Morthland § ('07), 524 Miller Building. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 481. 
>rt8 § ('02) & tufell § Ooii;, JSuite (J 
See Card in Appendix ^ page 482. 



See Card in Appendix^ page 481. 
Roberts § ('02) & Udell $ (^uii^ 8uite G to 10 Yakima National Bank Bld^ . 



Okanogan. 

Olympia.* 

Oysterville. 

Pasoo.* 

Pomeroy.* 

Port Angeles.* 

Port Ordiard.* 

Port Townsend.* 

Prosser.* 

Pullman. 

Puyallnp. 

Raymond* 

Republic.* 

RttzviUe.* 



Okanogan. 

Tburston. 

Pacific. 

Franklin. 

Garfield. 

Clallam. 

Kitsap. 

Jefferson. 

Benton. 

Whitman. 

Pierce. 

Pacific. 

Ferry. 

Adams. 



W. C. Greaham § ('08). 

Troy (P.M.) «fe Sturdevant (R. F.). 

Refer to South Bend. 

Refer to WalU Walla. 

Kuykendall (£. V.) <& McCabe (C. A.>. 

Lindsay 5 (J, W., '88) & Redden (J. W., TO). 

Refer to Bremerton. 

A. R. Coleman. 

Linn &, Bovle. 

John W. Alatthews. 

M. F. Porter. 

Robert G. Chambers. 

James T. JohnRon. ['02). 

Adams § (J. Oscar, '03) & Naef § (Otto W.. 



SEATTLE.* Kino County. Pop. 237,194. 

Ballinger, Battle, Ilulbert & Shorts. 901-907 Alaska Bldg. Cable 

Ballinger, Richard A. Battle, Alfred. [Ad. Balbat.l 

Hulbert, Robert A. Shorts, Bruce C. 

Bausman, Oldham & Goodale, 1408-1416 Hoge Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, paae 482. [Bauskelem.l 

Bausman, Fred. K. Oldham, Robert P. 

Goodale, Robert C. Nossaman, Walter L. 

Eggerman, Don G. 

(Formerly of Shawnee, Okla.) [Beebat-li 

Beechler & Batchelor, S Suite 211 New York Block. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 482. [Cable Ad. Allison. 

Bradford ('94), Allison § n^GJ & E^an § ('03), 1121 L. C. Smith Bldg^. 
Mefer to any Bank and the Judges of various Courts, 

See Card in Appendix, page 483. 
Byers § & Byers, § 507 Colman Building. Cable Ad. Byers.ll 

See Card in Appendix, page A^. 
Douglas, Lane & Oouglas, 711-714 White Bldg. Cable Ad. Doug;las. 

See Card in Appendix, page 483. 
Emmons & Emmons, 614 <]!(> Hoge Bldg. Cable Ad. Emmons. 

See Card in Appendix, page 484. 
Farrell, Kane & Stratton, Suite 1011 American Bank Bldg. 

Att€n^eys Anterican Havings Hank <fr Trust Company ,lPetei04> 

Coast Company, Columbia A I*uget Sound M. M» Co» 

ParreU, Charles H. ('<«). 

Kane, James H. § ('02). 

Stratton, Wickliffe B. ('90). AWy Gen. 1901-1905, 
Gill, Hoyt & Frye, 425 429 Colman Bldg. Cable Ad. Gilhofy. 

Sm Card in Appendix, page 484. 
Granger, Herbert T. ('82), 1114-1115-1116 Alaska Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, jMige 484. 
Hadley & Hadley, § Colman Bldg. Cable. Ad. Hadtey. 

Sec Card in Appendix, page 484. 
Hastings § & Stedman, § 60 to m Haller Bldg. Cable Ad. Hasted.l 

See Card in Appendix, jyage 485. 

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8RATTLB.* Enro Couittt. ~ Conftnti«f . 

Herr, Baylei^ § & Croson, 900-006 Leary Bldflr. Cable Ad. Aloha. 

iS«« Gard in Appendix ^ page 4S5. 
iHuQHBs, McMicKEN, Kamsjey & Rupp, 661-^0 Gohnaii Bldgr. 

Hughes, £. C. Ramsey, H. J. 

McMiCKBM, Maubiob. Rupp, Otto B. 
liUng, Henry W., § ('94) 414 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 4S6. 
McGlure § & McClure.§ Suite li)09 Hogre Bldg. Gable Ad. Macluro.l 

See Card in Appendix^ page 485. 
Osden & Clarke. Suite 507 Lowman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ wwe 485. 
Peters & Powelly New York Building. Cable Ad. Petwell. 
Att&meff9for I}exter Horion Jfatianal JSank, 

Peters. W. A. ('89). 

Powell, John H. 

Edwards, Marion ('00). 
Peterson & Macbride, 002 Hoge Bldg. Cable Ad. Klatawa. 

See Card in Appendix, page 486. 
PQes, Howe & Carey, Stuart Building. Cable Ad. Howe. 

Files, Samuel H. 

Howe, James B. 

Carey, Stephen V. 
Preston & Thorgrimson, 601-G06 Lowman Bldg. Cable Ad. Cargll.ll 

Preston, Harold (^). 

Thoigrimaon, O. B. (»01). 
Roberts. Wilson & Skeel, Alaska Bldg. Cable Ad. Jorob. 

Roberts. John W. Wilson, Worrall. 

Skeel, E. L. Johnston, Lee. 

Runner, J« L. Geary, J. J. 

Ryan § & Desmond, 1311-13 Alaska Bldg. Cable Ad. Ryanatty. 

See Card in Appendix, page 486. 
Shank, Corwin 8., Alaska Building. Cable Ad. 8hankwin.B 

Belt, H. C. 
Major, A. M. 



StiUe B*k of Seattle; Timber A Mill Co,* »,; HeatOe, PHAnaeUfJb 

Am' 



'estem M'yf F*t Townaend A P. S. It*yt Northtv^n Slut, JHre AM*n» 
Shepara, Burkheimer & Burkheimer, Suite 614 New York Bldg* 
Jteferenee: Any Banklin the City of Seattle. 
. Sfaepard, Charles £. 
Burkheimer, John E. § 
Burkheimer, Deui. 
Burkheimer, Clark M. § 
Smith,' Winfleld R. § (*91), Alaska Bldg. Cable Ad. Winsmith.ll 
Van Dyke & Thomas, { 812-16 Lowman Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 486. 
Wrlj^ht, Raymond G., § New York Life Bldg. Cable Ad. Wewwii 
jSee Card in Appendix, page 486. 



OOUITTT. NAMES OF ATTORKE78. 

Sedro WooUey. Skagit. Coleman (WUbra, *94) <& Gable (Chas. P.,' 96). 

SbeltOB.* Mason. R. A. Lathrop. 

SnolMHiush. Snohomish. £. W. Kline. - POl), 

SoaOk Bend.* Fkoifie. ^ekh § (John T., '91) <& Welsh § (Martm C, 

SPOKANE.* Spokane County. Pop. 109,600. 

Belden § A Belden, 120(^7^-9 Old Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Attorney e for Ji, O, l>vn & Co, [Nedlobtl 

See Card in Appendix, page 487. 
Brown, Lawrence H., § 416 JBmpire State Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 486. 
Cullen, Lee & Matthews, 504-7 Hyde Block. 

See Card in Appendix, page 488. 
Danson, Williams & Danson, 901>905 Paulsen Bldg. Cable Ad. 

Set Card in Appendix, page 488. ICroamStll 

liOsey § & Newton, 703 Paulsen Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 488. 

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ATTORNEYS IN WASHINQTON. 



SPOKANE.* Spokake CouMTY.— Cofrftmierf. 

Post, Russell, Carey 6t Hlgg^ns, § Exchange Nat. Bank Bld^. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 488. 
Soinmer, Ueorge W., § 1302 Old Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Ste Card in Appenaix^ page 489. CTolman. 

Tolman § ('87), Kin^ ('95) & Way, Old Nat. Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 489. 
Wakefield & Witherspoou, 401^08 The Peyton. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 489. [Forwak*. 



PLACE. 

Spragne. 

Steilaooom. 

Steyenson.* 



COUNTY. 

Lincoln 

Pierce. 

iSkaniania. 



NAME8 OK ATTOaSiBYS. 

Refer to Davenport. 
Refer to Taooxna. 
Refer to Vancoaver. 



TACOMA.* PucRCK County. Pop. 108,094. 

Burkey § ('05), O'Brien § ('91) & Burkey § CO^^h Suite 807 Nat. Realty 

See Card in Appendix, page 489. [Bldg. Cable Ad. Buri«n. 

Denman, A. H., $ 112:) National Realty Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 490. 
Hay den, Lanffhorne & Metzffer, Tacoma Bldg. 
Attorueyn for The Nntional Hank of Tacoma, 

Hay den, Elmer M. Langhorue, Maurice A. 

Metzger F. 1). 
Hudson, Holt § & Harmon, 713-14-15 Tacoma Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 4iK). 
Nash, Frank D. § (Vi), 410 Berlin Bldg. 

See Card in Avpendtx, page 490. 
Pratt, William 11., 402 Berlin BuUding. Cable Ad. Wil latt. 

See Card in Appendix, page 490. 



VancouTer.* 

Walla WalU.» 
Waterville.* 
Wenatchee.* 
Yakima City. 



Clarke. 

Walla Walla. 
Douglas. 
Chelan. 
Yakima. 



McMaster § (Donald, '96), Hall § (Chaa. W., 

'07) & Drowley (W. G., '92). 
Watson & Evans. 
O. R.. Hopewell. 

Crollard (L. J., '08) & Ciollard § (F. M., '10). 
Refer to North Yakima. 



ATTORNEYS IN WEST VIRGINIA 

Capital, Charleston. 
For information concerning Attorneys, see page 2. 

PUkOB. 

Alderson. ^ 

Barboursyille. 

Bayard. 

Beckley.* 

Benwood. 

Berkeley Springs.* 

Beverly. 

Bluefield. 

Bramwell. 

Buckhannon.* 

CHARLESTON.* Kanawha County. Pop. 22,996. 

Brown, Jackson & Knight, Kanavha Valley Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 491. 
Brown, James P. (75). Wehrle, John ('96). 
Jackson, Malcolm (\S2). McDonald, A. W. ('03). 
Knight, Kdw. W. ('89). Couch, Geo. 8., Jr. § C05). 
Black, V. L. cm). Fitzgerald, O. P., Jr. ('09). 

Charleston continued on next page. 

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COUNTY. 


NAMF.S OF ATTORNEYS 


Monroe. 


Refer to Union. 


CabeU. 


Refer to Huntington. 


Grant. 


Refer to Petersburg. 


Raleigh. 


Ashton File ('01). 


Marshall. 


Refer to Monndsville. 


Morgan. 
Randolph. 


Refer to Martinsburg. 
Refe? to Elkins. 


Mercer. 


William E. Ross. 


Mercer. 


Refer to Bluefield. 


Upshur. 


G. M. Fleming ('81). 



ATTORNEYS IN WEST VIRGINIA. 



206 



CHARIiBSTON.* Kakawha County. — Con^inti^f. 

Chlltony MacGorkle & Chilton, 145 Summers St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 491. 
Ck>nley Cga) & Johnson (%), Union Bldg. Cable Ad. Conic. 

See Card %n Appendix^ page 491. 
JLo^b & Kenna, Rooms 401-402 Charleston Nat. Bank BId«. 

See Card in Appendix ^ page 491. 

Loeb, Leo Cm), 

Kenna, Jo.N. ('10). 
McGlintlc, Mathews & Campbell, 44-49 CitizenB Nat. Bank Bldf . 

MoClindc, Geo. W. ('86). 



Mathews. W. G. § ('98). 
Campb^, J. E. § (^06). 



MoClintic, John Hunter. 
Morton & Mohler, Kanawha Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 4^. 

Morton, R. Kemp § ('06). 

Mohler, Daniel N. § ('16), 
Price J ('71), Smith § ('89), Spilman § ('00) & Clay ('00), Coyle & Rich- 
Sea Card in Appendix, page 493. I arason BkUc. 

Price, Geo. K. Spilman, Robert S. 

Smith, Harrison B. Clay. Buckner. 
Harrison, Edmund C. 

Hodges, Arthur B. Prioe, T. Brooke. 



Charles Town.* 
OlArlcaburg.* 

Clay C. H.» 



Fairriew. 

FayetteTiIle.* 



HamlinJ 



sFerry. 



.6. 



OOITNTT. 

Jefferson. 
Harrison. 

Clay. 

Tucker. 

Wirt. 

Randolph. 

Marion. 

Hamcock. 

Fayette. 

Pendleton. 

Gilmer. 

Grant. 

Taylor. 

Calhoun. 

CabeU. 

Lincoln. 

Jefferson. 

Ritchie. 

Tucker. 

Summers. 

Pocahontas. 



KAMES OF ATT0RNET8. [A., ♦00), 

Brown (Forrest W., '77) & Brown (Forrest 
Gtoo. M. Hoffheimer ('97). 

See Card in Appendix, page 494. 
B. C. Eakle. 
Refer to Parsons. 
Refer to Parkersburg. 
S. T. Spears. 

Neely f (M. M^ '02) A Lively § (H. S.. '08). 
Refer to New Cumberland. 
Dillon § (C. W., '93) & Nuckolls § (E. L., '00). 
B. H. Hiner. 
B. W. Craddock, 
Refer to Petersburg. 
John li. Hechmer ('76). 

General Practice • 
Refer to GleuTille. 
Refer to Huntington. 
A. F. Morris. 
Refer to Charles Town. 
Adams & Cooper. 
Refer to Parsons. 
R. F. Dunlap. § 

Att'y First Nat. Bank and OiHMene Bank* 
Refer to Marlinton. 



HUNTINGTON.* Cabell County. Pop. 43,571. 

CampbelL Brown & Davis, 825-827 Fourth Are. 

See Cfard in Appendix, page 493. 
Enslow, Fitzpatrick & Baker, Huntington Nat. Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 493. 
Simms § & Staker, § Robson-Prichard Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 494. 
Vinflon & Thompson, Vinson & Thompson Realty Co. Bldg. 

^nson, Z. T. 

Thompson, Wm. R. 



Littleton.^ 
Jjogan C. H.* 



Mineral. 

Preston.^ 

Greenbrier. 

Wetzel. 

Logan. 



William MacDonald § C94). 

A. G. Hughes. § 

Henry Gilmer. 

Refer to New Martinsyille. 

G^reen & Hogsett. 



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Tuaom. 

MadiBon.* 

Manninictoii. 

Marlinton.* 

Hartiiuibiug,* 

MayBYilld. 

Medley. 

MiddlebourAA.* 

Montgromeiy. 

Moox«field.* 

Morgantown.* 

BfonndBTille.* 

New Cmnberland.* 

New Martinsyille.* 



OOUMTY. 

Boone. 

Marion. 

Pocahontas. 

Berkeley. 

Grant. 

Grant. 

Tyler. 

Fayette. 

Hudy. 

Monongalia. 

Marshall. 

Hancock. 

Wetzel. 



VAUBB OF ATTOBHSTB. 

Leftwich, Bymside & Shaffer. 

L.S.SGhwenck§('03). 

W. A. Bratton § C92). 

H. H. Emmert 

Refer to Petersburg. 

Refer to Petersburg. 

Boreman & Carter. 

C. T. Dyer ('05). 

(Jeorge W. McCanley. 

Thomaa Ray DiUe $ ('97). 

James T. Miller. 

G. M. Bambrick. 

Hall (S. Bruce, '81) d HaU { (L. S., 'M). 



PARKEBSBURO.* WoodCJoukty. Pop. 17,842. 

Van Winkle § ('66) & Ambler § ('74), 306 Juliana St. 

JBtef&r toB,A O, Jt'y Co., U, 5. ISx, Co*, JParkerahurg JTaC M«mh* 

Bee Card in Appendix, page 494. 



Panons.* 

Petexsboig.* 

Philippi.* 

Piedmont. 

PincTille.* 

Point Pleasant.* 

PrinoetoD.* 

Ravenswood. 

Ripley.* 

Romney.* 

Ronceverte. 

St. George. 

St. MmtPs.* 

ShepherdstowB. 

Sisterville. 

Smithfield. 

Spencer.* 

Summersrille.* 

Sutton.* 

Thomas. 

Union.* 

Wavne.* 

Webster Springs.* 

Welch.* 

Wellsbuig.* 

Weston.* 
West Union.* 



Tucker. 

Grant. 

Barbour. 

Mineral. 

Wyoming. 

Mason. 

Mercer. 

Jackson. 

Jackson. 

Hampshire. 

Greenbrier. 

Tucker. 

Pleasants. 

Jefferson. 

Tyler. 

Wetzel. 

Roane. 

Nicholas. 

Braxton. 

Tucker. 

Monroe. 

Wayne. 

Webster. 

McDowell. 

Brooke. 

Lewis. 
Doddridge. 



A. Jay Valentine § ('87). 

L. J. Forraan§('83). 

W. T. Ice, Jr. 

Robert McV. Drane % {'(fl). 

Refer to Princeton. 

J. S. Spencer ('83). 

John R. Pendleton* 

Refer to Ripley. 

T. J. Sayre. 

J. J. Com well. 

Refer to Lewisburg. 

Refer to Parsons. 

Craig (C. P.) & Wells (R.). 

Refer to Charlestown. [ter S., '06). 

KimbaU \ (Charles N., '94) & Sngden § (Wal- 

Refer to New MartinsTille. 

Harper (J. M.) & Baker (John). 

Alderson (F. N.) & Breckinridge (A. N.). 

Hines (W. E., '90) <& KeUy § (ll H., »93). 

Refer to Parsons. 

John L. Rowan. 

Refer to Huntington. 

Morton & Wooddell. 

Anderson, Strother, Hughes A Curd. 

Erskine (Wm., '70)« Palmer (John Campbell, 

Jr. '91) & Curl (Joseph Ryland, 'U). 
Linn Brannon ('91). 
A.F.McOue. 



WHEELING.* Ohio CouirrY. Pop. 41,641. 

Allen, Guy R. C. § ('78), 1425 Chapline St. Cable Ad. Whiteallen. 
tErsklne, Palmer & Curl, 1001-1 (X)7 Schmulbach Bldg. Branch Offioe, 
9 <& 11 City Hall, Wellsburg. Cable Ad. Erskallis.lt 
Successors to Srskine Jt Atlison, 

Att*ys for City and Commercial Banhs and Wheeling Traeti4n% Co* 
Erskine, Wm. ('70). 
Palmer, John Campbell, Jr. § C91). 
Curl, Joseph Ryland § ('11). 
Krupp § ('99) & Hundt § ('07), Suite 522 Schmnlbacli Bldg. 
jLttomeys for the Seeuritff Trust Co,, and th*- South Side Banh of 
Wheeling. Refer to: Simpson, Thacher A Bartlett, The Hubbeti 
JPubHshing Co., and the General Baking Cotnpany, of New York City* 
See Card in Appendix, page 494. 
Krupp, William § ('99). 
Hundt, Herman A. § ('07). 
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ATTORNEYS IN . WEST VIBGJNIA. 



3»1 



WHBBLIKG.* Omo CounTT. — ConCimieef. 

BU0y» T. S*» 48 Fourteenth St. 

^e Card in Appendix^ page 495. 
RuaseU & Hall, Scbmnll) 



PLAOB. 
WflluUDMMI.* 

Winfield.*.. 



kmnlbafih Bldg-. 

}Mdix^pc 

-^, -««., Ji. ('03i). 

Hall, Kent Bruce ( ('14). 



See Ccfrd-xn Appendix, page 495. 
RuaseU, Henry M.003i). 



OOUKTY. 

Mingo* 
Putnam. 



NAMX8 OF AXTOBITBTS. 

Goedykoontz { (WeU8,*93) ^^Sflhaitt (Hmy^ 
Refer to Charleaton. [*94). 



ATTORNEYS IN WISCONSIN. 



Capital, Madison. 
For information concerniag Attorneys, see page 2. 



PLAOS. 

Algoma. 

AlnuL* 

Anuient. 

Antifo.* 

Appieton.* 



A^aad.* 

Annsta. 

Babam Lake.* 

Bataboo.* 

Banon.* 

BayfieM. 

Beaver Dam. 

Belmont. 

Beloit. 

Berlin. 

Black Rirer Falls.* 

Bo«»beL 

Bndkead. 

Builinrton. 

Gentnuia. 

Chilton.* 

CliippewaFalU.* 

Clintonrille. 

Coliunlios. 

Gnadon.* 

Darlington.* 

DelaTaa. 

DePeie. 

Dodgeville.* 

Dnraad.* 

Eagle Wtct.* 

EtttTroy. 

Eao Claire.* 

Gdfrerton. 

Eakhom.* 

EQfworth.* 

Elroy. 

EraaBTille. 

Pennimore. 

Rofenee.* 



OOUSTV. 

Eewatmee. 

Buffalo. 

Portable. 

Langlade. 

Outagamie. 

TranttMaieau. 

La Fayette. 

Ashland. 

Eau Claire. 

Polk. 

Sank. 

Barron. 

Bayfield. 

Dodee. 

La Fayette. 

Rock. 

Green Lake. 

Jackson. 

Grant. 

Green. 

Racine. 

Wood. 

Calumet. 

Chippewa. 

Waupaca. 

Columbia. 

Forest. 

La Fayette. 

Walworth. 

Brown. 

Iowa. 

Pepin. 

Vihs. 

Walwordi. 

Eau Claire. 

Rock. 

Walworth. 

Pierce. 

Juneau. 

Rock. 

Grant. 

Florence. 



KAMBS OV ATTOKNBTS. 

J. H. MoGowan. 
Theo. Buehler ('78). 
Refer to Stevens Point. 
Henry Hay § (»99). 
Paul V. Gary. § 
KefcTB to Co«fftmeff*e<al ytU* Banhm 
See Card in Appendix, page 4Q6, 
Frank C. Richmond ('02). 
Refer to Darlington. 
Benj. S. Smith? (*88). ^ 
J. B. & E. M. Bradford. 
Refer to Osceola. THill § (James H., '07):< 
Bentley (F. R., *92), Kelley (John M.. '02> A 
Coe' Bros. (Clarence C, '89 and Arthur 
Refer to Washburn. [E., § ^97). 

Geo. B. Swan § ('03). 
Refer to Darlington. 

Wool8ey_§ (T. D., '95) <ft Arnold § (W. H., 
John J. Woodi Jr. f ('8Q). . ['05). 

Refer to Neillsyille. 
Blaine & Kemp. 
Refer to Monroe. 
Geo. W. Waller. 
Refer to Grand Rapids. 
Leo P. Fox. 

L. J. Rusk. i 

See Card in Appendix, page 495. ; 

W. A. & 0. L. Ofen. 
Leitsch (W. C.) & Zeidler (H. C). 
Ward A. Wescott. [McDaniel (C. F.). 

Orton 5 (P. A.» '62)Osbom § (C. F.. '72) & 
E. L. von Siiessrailcn. 
Refer to Green Bay. 
Aldro Jenks. 
Refer to Menomonie. 
Amos Radcliffe. 
Refer to Elkhom. 
Fred. Arnold § ('03). 
Paul N. Grubb. J 
W. C. Norton § ('00). 
W. G. Haddow § ('12). 
Refer to Mansion. 
Refer to Janesville. 

Refer to Lancaster. • 

Max Sells. 



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ATTORNEYS IN WISCONSIN. 



PLAOB. COUIPFT, 

Fond dtt Lao.* Fond du Lac 

AWysfor Fond cfw Lae 
Fort Atkinson. Jeffenon. 



Fort Howard. 
Fonntain City. 
Fox Laka. 
FriendBhip.* 
QalosTille. 



Brown. 

Buffalo. 

Dodge. 

Adams. 

Trempealeau. 



Grand Rapids.* Wood. 



Giaotibiizg.* 



Burnett. 



VAMBS or AtTOBinnra 

Wimams (*94) & Foster ('96). 
Nat, Banh and O.JIt.JtlU* P* MaUwrn^ Co. 
Charles B. Rogers \ (*95). 

See Card in Appendix, page 405. 
Refer to Green Bay. 
Refer to Alma. 
Refer ta Bearer Dam. 
Refer to Qrand Rapids. 
Refer to Arcadia. 
Geo. L. Williams. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 497. 
8. F. Gtroyer, 



GRRBN BAY.* Bbowk County. Pop. 25,236. 

[Bank Bldff. 
Greene, Fairchlld» North, Parker & McGlllan, KeUogf Nat. 
Befer to Cfitigene Nat, Bank — Kellogg Nat, Bahh* 
See Card in Appendix, page 496. 
Qreene. George G. ('68). North, Jerome R. ('93). 

FaarchUd, H. O. ('69). Parker, Barton L. ('95). 

McGillan, James H. § ('91). 

Gauerke, John W. § ('09). 



Green Lake.* 

Hartford. 

Haywaid.* 

Highland. 

HiOsboro. 

Hoilioon. 

Hudson.* 

Hurley.* 

Janesville.* 



Jefferson.* 
Jimeau.* 
Kankauna. 
Kenosha.* 

Kewaunee.* 
Eilboum. 



Green Lake. 

Washington. 

Sawyer. 

Iowa. 

Vernon. 

St. Croiz. 

Iron. 

Rock* 

Beferto 

Jefferson. 
Dodge. 
Outagamie, 
Kenosha. 

Kewaunee. 
Columbia. 



Refer to Berlin. 
Sawyer & Sawyer. 
J. C. Davis. 
Refer to DodgeyiUe. 
Refer to Viroqua. 
Refer to Juneau. 
Spenoer Haven ('95). 
A. L. Ruggles. 

Jem-is ('»a), Mouat § (*96), Oestrelch f 
('00) & Avery ('00). (jable Ad. Jeff ris. 
FirM Nat, Banh — Merehante Jt 8av, Bank, 
Mistele & Smith. 
Chr. A. Christiansen § ('84). 
Refer to Appleton. 
Cavanagh (James, '76), Barnes § (Chestar 

D., '08) & Cavanagh § (Richard P.). 
0. H. Bruemmer. 
Jas. F. Dougherty. 



LA CROSSE.* La Cbosbb Couktt. Pop. 80,417. 

McConnell § ('89) & Schweizer § ('87), 17 Batavian Bank Bvilding. 
See Card in Appendix, page 49(5. [Cable Ad. Mscier, 



Ladysmith.* 
Lake (3eneTa. 
Lancaster.* 
Lodi. 



Rusk. 
Walworth. 
(Srant. 
Columbia. 



Charlea Kirwan § fOS). 

C. S. French. 

Brown (H. W., '91), Brennan (W. J., %) <& 

Refer to Porta^. [Carthew (H. £., *02). 



MADISON.* Dake County. Pop. 25,531. 



Aylward & Olbrich C04), Pioneer Block. Cable Ad*. Nosida. 
Befer to any Banh or Trust Co, in Madison. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 497. 
Bagley& Reed, First National Bank Bldg. 



Bagley, Wm. R. § ('83). 
Reed, Frank D. (^95). 



Mason & Stephens, Vromaa Bldg. 
Mason, Vroman ('99). 
Stephens, Glenn W. ('16). 
Olin, Butler, Stebbins & Stroud, Suite 907 Gay Bldg. 
Olln, John M. § ('79). 
Butler, Harry L. ('88). 
^ Stebbins. Byron H. ('01). 

Stroud, Ray M. ('10). 
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SO0 



MADISON** Daub Oomrrr. ~< OoMC»Metf« 

_ [Ad. Jaek.l 
Bldunond, Jacfemftn & Oweii» Board of Gommeraa BUff. Cabto 
.lMy'9/or C. Jt nTw, iKy. Co., C. Hi, P. ^ 5to. Ae. JT. JSy. Co., Pvllman Co., 
Awier, Surety Co., Capital City In; Co., Gfa. CoMudtyCo,, Moyal Ind&m- 
mlty Co,, Maumtan ^reufing Co., CapUal City Bank, Gorman Atnorioan 
BmmM, Booh Co. Hat. Bank, Hook Co. Sav. A 2r. Co., 3a/v» Loan dt JV. Co, 
See Card in Apjpendix^ pagt 497* 
Richmond, T. C. C92). 
Jaoknun, Ralph W. ('96). 
Owen, W. C.J^l). 
Toebaaa, O. T. § (»12). 
flanborn (*01) & Blake 004), 8ih floor Gay Bldflr. Cable Ad. Sanblak.| 
Xooal AttomoysJ&r 8t, I*t»ul, »oo, a^nd iMnaha MtMway 
Companies. Bofor to any Bank or Truet Comptui^y. 
See Card in Avpendix, page 498. 
Teimeyy Tenney & Bey nolds. Rooms 28^34 Teaney Bloek. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 497. 



PIiAOK. 

Manitowoc* 
Marinette.* 



ICanhfield. 

Manaton.* 

Maynlle.. 

HasollMiie. 

ACadTotd.* 



MeacHnoiuo.* 
MerrilL* 



Ifilfai, 



oomrrr. 

Manitowoc. 
Marinette. 



Wood. 

Jmieaa. 

I>t>dge. 

Dane. 

Ta;rlor. 

Wmnebago. 

Donn. 
Idncoln. 



Book. 



NAMBS OV ▲TTOmrSTB. 

Nash A Nash. 

Baatman C80) & Goldman C96). CaUe 

Ad. Eastman. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 487. 
E. C. Pots § ('81). 
C. A. Veedep ('01). 

Naber § (£. H., '03) & Wheeler § (Geo. C, 
Refer to Madison. ['09). 

Herman Leicht§ ('03). 
Silas Ballard ('72). 
Henry Fiiizgjbbon § ('73). 
Freeman ixTreeman. 
Curtis (C»eo., Jr., '77), Van Doren A Cole 

(Llewellyn, '01). 
Bunke & Naffie. 

See Card in Anpendix^poge 503. 
Refer to JanesvxUe. 



MII^WAUKEB.* M11.WAUSSB Commr. Pop. 409,000. 
Blood|cood, Kemper & Bloodsood, 307-316 M&toh«U BfuUSof . 



Blood^ood, Francis. 
Bloodgood, Francis, Jr. 



Kemner, Jackson B. 
BlooQgood, Wheeler P . . 

Stebbins, Albert K. 
Moeller, August C. 
Shockley, Dale. 
Horan, Emmet. 
Federal and State praot/iee. Corporation, Com,mereial, Bankruptcy, and Ja- 
euranoo Law. Couneei/or Wieoonein Bngine Co. and J*atton Paint Co., Jtfif- 
waukeoj H. B. Claflin Corp., JPredk. Tietor A Aehelis, New York; JPitUhwrgH 
Plate Gtaee Co., Pitteburgh; Marehail Field A Co. and Armour A Co., Ohieagog 
Samuei Cupplee Woodenware Co.^ 8t. Louie ; Fidelity A Guaranty Co., Balto. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 499. Cable Ad. Bloodeood.il 

IBottom ('73), Bottom ('90), Hudnall ('91) & Lecher ('03), 800 Pabst 
See Card in Appendix, page 500. [Bldf. Cable Ad. Bottom. 

Fish, Marshutz AlSoirman, 1115-1120 WellsBldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, pMe 500. [Josmar.jl 

Flanders & Fawsett, First National Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 500. 
Freeman, Robert R., First National Bank Bldgr. 

See Card in Appendix, page 501. 
Hammersley, Charlea £;.,§ 714-715 Majeatie Bldff. 

See Card in Appendix, page 600. 
lilnea* Spooner & Quarles, Fabst Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 501. 
McMynn, Robert N. ('95), 1033 Wells Bld«. 
See Card in Appendix, page 501. 
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MILWAUKEE.* MILWA0KBB Ck>UMTT.— CofKifllMtf. 

Miller. M*ck & Falrohlld, First Nat. Biuik Bld^. GaUb Ad. 

Miller, GwTge P. Maok, Edwin S. [Mill«r.| 

Fiurchild, Arthur W. Hardgro^©| J. Gilbert 
B lake, Jam es B. ' 

Hendricks, Claude J. Vandenrelds, B. 
Wahl, Frederick R. 
Morgan § & Tierney, § 735-7-40 Caswell Blook« Cable Ad. Morgan. 
Corpttration^ Insurance and Probate Law. JAUgated Mait^rm, 
See Card m Appendix^ page 602. 
Morton^ Geor|Ee E. § ('93),801-«06 Majestic Bldg. 



See Card m Appendix^ page 601. 

We 



Gable Ad. PerrmorL 



Pom, Benjamin, 1138-1141 Wells Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 602. 
. Qoarlea, Spence & Quarles, The Sentinel Bklg. Gable Ad. Qiiaries. 
lAHgatiou, Insurance atid Corporation Law, Counsel for NaVl Bieeuit Co., 
Standard Oil Co,, Pabst Brewing Co,, Wis, Trust Co,, Swift A Co., A tr w t^ o ma r 
itb Co,, General JSleetrie Co,, J, I, Case Plow Works, En^ployers' JAa^Uit^ 
Co,, JEtha Ins, Co., Mil, Board of Fire Underwriitrs, Wisconsin NationeU 
Bank, Fairbanks, Morse & Co,,irarleg-I>avidson Motor Cycle Co. 

Dodge, J. £. {counseh, 
Quarles, W. C. Spence. T. H. 

.9h??L®?i J* v., Jr. 5 

Montfort, Louis B. § ^^oulkes, Howard F. { 
Storey, H. W. § 
Saltzstein, B. F. § 006), 735-740 Caswell Block. 

Commercial, corporation, probate law and general pracHee* 
See Card in Appendix, page 502. 
Schmltz, Wild & Gross, 1£22 First Nat. Bank Bldg:. Cable Ad. 

Schmitz, Adolph J. [MitwiLl 

Wild, Robert. 
Gross, Edwin J. 
Upham, Black, Russell & Richardson, 927-946 Wells Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 603. 
Van Dyke, Shaw, Mnskat & Van Dyke, Wells Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 603. 
Williams, Samuel M., $ Loan <ft Tmst Building. 

See Card in Appendix, page 603. 
WUllams § & Stem, § 1332-1384 First Nat. Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 603. 
GominiBBionto of Deeds, etc., Francis Bloodgood, Rooms SQt-315 Mitchell 

See Card in Appendix, page 499. [Bldg. 



PLAOB. 

Mineral Point. 

Monroe.* 

MontaUp.* 

Mnscoda. 

Neenak. 

Neillsville.* 

New Lisbon. 

New London. 

New Richmond. 

Oeonomowoo. 

Oconto.* 

Omro. 

Osoeola. 



COUNTY. 

Iowa. 

Cbeen. 

Marquette. 

Gnnt. 

Winnebago. 

Clark. 

Juneau. 

Waupaca. 

St. Croix. 

Waukesha. 

Oconto. 

Winnebago. 

Polk. 



NAMXS OF ATTORNEYS. 

T. M. PriesUej. 
Sam Blum §(^). 

D. W. MeNamara. 
Refer to Boeeobel. 
Lewis J. Somers § (*€9). 
W. A. Campman. 

H. J. Mortinsen. 

E. W. Wentland, 

McNally (W. F.) & Doare (Thos.). 
N. W. Evans. 
Classon & Whitcomb. 
Refer to Oshkosh. 
Carl M. Lynn § C96). 



OSHKOSH.* WiNKKBAoo Cotnmr. Pop. 83,062. '' 

Bouck, Hilton, Kluwin & Dempsey, New German American B'k 
5ee Card in Appendix, page 504. IBldfi^ Cable.Ad. Bouck.| 

Hilton, Geoffre § ('85). Kluwin, JohnT. fa). * 

Bouck, William C. § ('95). Dempeey, Edward J. ('06). 
Thompson, Thompson, AUen & GrUenewald^ 2^24' Wsahliigton 
4See Ccard in Appendix, page 504. [St. Cable Ad. Thompson. 

Thompson. A. £. ('70). Thompson, J. C. (^). 

. 4Jleu, D. K. § C09). Gru^newiild, A. H. S CW). 

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rLAxm, 

FhilfipB.* 

FUtteTiIIs. 

Plymoatli. 

Portafie* 

PortWaahington* 

Pnurie dn Chien.* 

PniriediiSfte. 

Priooeton. 

Badne.* 



Reedibins. 
Rhinelaader.* 

EUceLake. 
Richland Centra * 
Ripon. 
River FaDa. 
St Croix Falla. 
Sharon. 
Shawano.* 
Sheboygan.* 
SheboTgan Falb. 
SheU Lake* 
ShnUsbaie. 
Sputa.* 
Spooner. 
StoTens Point.* 
Stooghton. 
Stoigeoo fiaj.* 



oouhtt. 

Baoe. 

Omnt. 

Sheboygan. 

Columbia. 

Ozaukee. 

Crawford. 

Sauk. 

Green Lake. 

Racine. 



Sank. 

Oneida. 

Refen to Mereh'ts 

Barron. 

Richland. 

Fond dn Lao. 

I^eroe. 

Polk. 

Walworth. 

Shawano. 

Sheboygan. 

Sheboygan. 

Waahbum. 

La Fayette. 

Monroe. 

Washburn. 

Portage. 

Dane. 

Door. 



NAKB8 OF ATTOBznnra. 

Barry & Banj. 

Jamee Dohm § (*97). 

M. C. Mead § ('81). 

Rogers § (J. H., '68) <fe Rogen § (B. B., '00). 

J. W. Collins. 

Graves (Wm. R.) & Earl (J. S.). 

Sanborn A Blake. 

Philip Lehner. 

Gittings § C90) & Janecky § ('09). 

See Card in Appendix^ page 504. 
Simmons & Wall^er. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 504. 
James A. Stone \ (*89). 
Charles F. Smith, Jr., § ClO). 
State S; 1st Nat, Bks» I>epo9itioHs taken* 
James Bobbins ('89). 
Bumham (P. W.) A Black (O. D.). 
S. M. Pedrick. 
F. M. White. 
Refer to Osceola. 
Refer to Delavan. 
Larson <& Eberlein. 

Benfey § (FeUx, '80) A Benfey § (Theo., *95). 
Refer to Sheboygan. 
L. H. Mead ('82). 
Refer to Darlington. 
T. P. AbeL 
S. A. Barrett. § 
Fisher, Hanna & Casfain. 
Clancy (J. M.) A Loyemd (E. K.). 
W. E. Wagner. 



SUPERIOR.* DouGLAd County. Pop. 40,884. 

Grace (T^ & Fridley, 13, 14, <& 15 U. S. Nat. Bank Building. Cable 
See Card in Appendix, page 504. [Ad. Oraoe.| 

liiise ('76), Powell C91) & liUse ('03), First Nat. Bank Bld«. 
See Card in Appendix, page 505. 

McCausland. E. F: ('89), Hammond Building. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 505. 



Tomak 

Tomahawk. 

Viroqna.* 

Walworth. 

Washburn.* 

Waterloo. 

Watertown. 

Waukesha.* 

Waopaca.* 

Waapon. 

WaosaiL* 

Wantoma.* 

WertBtnd.* 

Whitehall.* 

Whitewater. 

Winsaoonna. 

Wonewoc. 



Monroe. 
Lincoln. 
Vernon. 
Walworth. 
Bavfield. ' 
Jenerson. 

Jefferson and Dodge. 
Waukesha. 

Wanpaoa. 
Fond dn Lao. 
Marathon. 

Wanshara. 

Washington. 

Trempealeau. 

Walworth. 

Winnebago. 

Jnnean. 



J. G. Graham. ' 

R. T. Reinholdt. } 
Smith (C. J.) <& Moen (J. A.). 
Refer to Delavan. 
E. C. Alvord ('88). 
Refer to Watertown. 
Skinner <& Thauer. 
C.W.Newbury CgO). 

See Card in Appendix, page 506. 
Browne (E. L., '51), Browne (E. K, '90) A 
R. D. Tillotson. Smith § (L. D., '00). 

See Card in Appendix, phge 505. 
Charles T. Taylor. 
O'Meara A O'Meara. 
Refer to Areadia. 
George M. Ferris ( ('07). 
Refer to Oshkosh. 
Refer to Mauston. 



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ATTORNEYS IN WYOMING. 

Capital, Ghbtkkns. 
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PLAOB. 

Bann* 

Buffalo* 

Casper.* 



ooDinrY. 



Biff Horn. 

Jonnaon. 

Natrona. 



NAMES OF AITOBHKTS. 

Tho8. M. Hyde § f 02). 

HiU (T. P.) & Griggs (M. A.). 

Geo. W. Ferguson i ( W. 



CHEYENNE.* Labamib Gouimr. Pop. 11,920. 

Laoey & Lacey, First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Lacey, John W. 

I^acey Herbert "W 
Hatson & kenne^, 542 Plains Hotel Bldg. 

Matson, Roderick N. ('97). 

Kenn edy, T. Blak e (^96). 

^wainaon, Clareuoe A. (*17). 
tmner, WlUlam A. § ('02), Citizens Nat. Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 505. 



Cable Ad. Matken.l 



Cody.» 

Douglas.* 

Eranston.* 

Gillette.* 

Green Rirer.* 

Kemmerer.* 

Lander.* 



Lnak.* 

Newcastle.* 

Rawlins.* 

Rook Springs. 

Sheridan.* 

Sundance.* 

Thermopolis.* 

Torrington.* 

Wheatland.* 

Worland.* 



Park. 

Converse. 

Uinta. 

Campbell. 

Sweetwater. 

Lincoln. 

Fremont. 

Albany. 

Niobrara. 

Weston. 

Carbon. 

Sweetwater. 

Sheridan. 

Crook. 

Hot Springs. 

Goahen. 

Piatt. 

Washakie. 



J. H. Van Horn § ('8B). 
Chas. F. Maorer. 

LW. Spanlding ('01). 
feir to Sundance. 
Refer to Rock Springs. 
Christmas A Christmaa. 
Joel F. Longenecker { (*02). 

See Card in Appendix, page 606. 
Gibson & SnUivan. 
Refer to Don^las. 
Refer to Sunaanoe. 
M. R. Greenfield. 
D. A. Rearill. 
Bura^ess A Kutcher. 

H. P. Isley. PiT> 

Johnson I (V. T., '06) A MoViUe § (R. M., 
Refer to Douglas. 
Refer to Cheyenne. 



Charles H. Haakins. 



;nev< 
.Hai 



COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



PLAOB. 

St. Johh*8.* 



OOUSTY. 

St. JoHV'a. 



NAMES. 

Gibbs § (Hon. M. P., K.C, '96) A Barroai S 
(J. A.) ' 

M Herbert Kkioht } ('86). 
orison § (Hon. Donald, K.C., '82) A Hvmt « 
(Chas. E., '09). * 

Morria (Rt. Hon. Sir E. P., K.C., LI,.I> 
K.G. M.G.) A Danfield (Briaai S. 8** 
B.A.). Cable Ad. Mordunfleld. 
Squires A Winter. 

Squires* R. A., K.C., LL.B. § 
Winter, J. A. 
Jt. A, Squires, K.C., Matter of Supreme 

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DOMINION OF CANADA. 

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ALBBBTA. 

CALGARY.* CAIiGABT. Pop. 70,000. 

[CaUe Ad. Shortrots. 
^hort, Ross, Selwood. Bbaw & Mayhoody Imperial Bank Bldg. 
Crown Broseeutorg, 8oiieitor» f&r Imperial Sank of Canada. 

See Card in Appendix, page 606. l§ (*07). 

Short, James, K.C. $ ('95). Selwood, Frederick &, A.B. 

Bon, Qeorge H., K.G., LL.B. $ my. Shaw, Joseph T., LL.B. § Cll). 

Mayhoid, L. F., LL.B. § 



DIBTRIOT. MAME8. 

BSdmonion.* Bdmonton. Rutherford, Jamfeson & Grant. 

Raiherford, Alexander Cameron § (*8S). 
Jamieeon, Frederick Charlee § ('00). 
Grant, Charles Henry § (*10). 
IMrtianton, Sooth. Strathoona. Refer to Edmonton. 

JLsthMdse** Medaeine Hat« Johnstone i (Lewis Martin, '93) A Ritehie § 

(Joseph Norman, '08) and Gray (Wm.S., '09). 
Macleod. MoLeod <& Matheson. 

Medicine Hat. Begg (W. A., K.C.), MeLarty (N. A.) <ft 

Red Deer. Payne A Graham. [Eyaas § (R. B.). 

Strathoona. Refer to Edmonton. 

Strathoona. Refer to Edmonton. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

OOUATT. NAMES. 

Kootenay. Harvey, MoCarter, Macdonald A I^sbet. 

_ Kootenay. Herchmer A Martin. 

Chand Forks. Yale. Refer to Greenwood. 

Yale. I. H. Halletti ('82). 

Yale. Frederick J. Fnlton. 

Kootenay. Refer to Nelson. 

Nanaimo. Leighton, Ross A Elder. 



NalMin.* Kootenay. Hamilton (C. R.) A Wrafirge (B. C). 

New Westminster.* New Westminster. Whiteside (W. J.) A Edmonds (H. L.). 

Rnpert. Comax-Atlin. Williams A Manson. 

Kootenay. C. F. R. Pinoott. 



VANCOUVER. Nbw Wkotiowbtkb. Pop. 42,500. 

Bodwell, Lawson & Lane, Snite 904 Standard Bank BIdg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 507. [Bodirvine. 

Deacon, Deacon & WiUon,* Bank of Ottawa Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 507. [Wadfcon. 

llTaylor, Harvey, Stockton & Smith, 470 Qranrille St. Cable 

See Card in Appendix, page 507. [Ad. Tayhar. 

WlUon & Whealler, Winch Bldg. Cable Ad. Winkfleld.l} 

See Card in Appendix, page 507. 

Yale. Cochrane A Ladner. 

Victoria. Bodwell (E. V., K.C.) A Lawson (J. H., Jr.) 

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MANITOBA. 



PliAOS. 

Birtle.* 

Boisaeraiii. 

Brandon.* 

Carberry. 

Carman.* 

Deloraine. 



COUNTY. 



Haxtney. 

Maniton* 

MeUta. 

Minnedosa.* 

Morden. 

Neepawa. 

Portaee la Prairie.* 

RnsseU. 

Virden. 



Mart](uette. 

Soons. 

Brandon. 

Portage la Prairie. 

Macdonald, 

Souris. 

Provencher. 

Sonris., 



Sourja. 

Maiqnetta. 

laagsr. 

Portage la Prairie. 

Portage la Prairie. 

Marquette. 

Brandon. 



NAMES OF ATTOSinnV. 

Refer t6 Mtnnedoea. 

C. Y. MacKenzie. 
Caldwell <& Coleman. 
Gregory Barrett. 

H. % RobiBon. 
M. S. Colqahomi. 
W. R. Forrester. 
Refer to Deloraine. 
Kllie <& Armstrong. 

D. W. YneU. 

Maolson (H. F.) <ft Harrison (RoImc^. 

McLeod <i Blaek. 

F. L. Davis. 

Tavlor § (F. G., '00) & Colwill § (J. Roy, •10). 

Wilson A Glen. 

Goulter (H. H.) A Chalmers (J.). 



WINNIPEG.* WnnnFBo County. Pop. 212.889. 



tAiKiKB, LoFTCS A AiKiNS, 221 McDertnot Aye. Gable Ad. Aikins. 
Si r James Aikins, K .C. 

G. H. AiKiNS. 
R. M. Fmouu 



Edwin Lottus. J. P. Foley, K.C. 

C. K. Newcombb. A. B. Bbli/. 

B. W. Bridghan. D. Nichouon. 
Coyne, Hamilton & Martin, Union Trust Bldg. Cable Ad. Coyne. 

See Card in Appendix^ Sf^ ^^• 
Macdonald, Craig, Tarr & Ross, National Trust Bids:. Cable Ad. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 507. [Donart* 

Phlllipps, Rogers & Scarth, 201-202 Quebec Bank ChaMben. 

See Card in Appendix, page 508. [Cable Ad. Camphil. 

PItblado, Hoskin, Grundy, Bennest & Ilalg. ( 

Pitblado, Hoskin, Montague & Drummond-Hay. ) 
Farmer Bld^. Cable Ad. Camfords. 
See Card in Appendix, page .'W9. 
Sharpe, Stacpoole, Elliott & Montague, Union Bank Bldg. Cabia 
See Card in Appendix^ page 508. (-^4; ^etsha« 

Tapper, McTavisn, Robertson & Tupper, Union Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 509. [Cable Ad. Tuppe r.| 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Albert. 

Bathurst.* 

Campbellton. 

Caraquet. 

CarletoDk 

Cbatham. 

Dalhonsie.* 

Dawsonrille. 

Dorchester. 

Frederioton.* 

Gagietown.* 

Hampton.* 

Kingston. 

Middle Corerdale. 

Moncton. 

Newcastle.* 

Richibucto. 

St. Andre-ws. 

St. George* 



Albert. 

Gloucester. 

Restigouche. 

Gloucester. 

St. John. 

Northumberland. 

Restigouche. 

Restigouche. 

Westmoreland. 

York. 

Queens. 

Kings. 

Kings. 

Albert. 

Westmoreland. 

Northumberland. 

Kent. 

Charlotte. 



Refer to Moncton. 

George Gilbert. 

Hueh A. Carr. 

Refer to Bathurst. 

Refer to St. John. 

Robert Murray. 

Refer to Campbellton. 

Refer to Campbellton. 

James Friel. 

Gregory (A. J.) & Winslow (J. J,). 

Refer to St. John. 

Refer to St. John. 

Refer to St. John. 

Refer to Moncton. 

Robert W. Hewson § (K.C, *8S). 

A. A. Dayidson. 

H. H. James. 

F. H. Ghimmer. 

Refer to St. Andrews. 



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COUKTIU 

St. Johj9<. 



CharlQtto. 
Carletoo. 



V^nington $ ('67) A» Haiiliiaft(i^|,S 008^^ 

Gable Ad. H^ington. 

See Card in Apvendix^ page 600. 
IWeldon § & McLean. Cable^d. Mc« 

See Card in Apnendix^ page 510. [Lean. 

Powell, Bennett & TiiteB. 

Jftwiee MoQoeen. 

Fowler (G.W., '84J & Freeze i^r,^ X)^ 

F. B. Carvell. 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



Antisoniflh.* 
Bridi^eto^m. 



Guysborongli.* 
Hai. 




Otonberlai^dv 

Annapolis. 

Andgonieb. 

Annapolis. 

Lunenbnrg. 

Halifax. 

DigbT. 

Chtysborovgli, 



Middle ton. 
New GlfMrow. 



Queene. 
Lnnenbnrg. 
Lunenburg, 
boar. Tarmouth. 
Annapolis. 
Pictou. 
CapeBteton. 
Pictou. 



Pnbaioo Harbour. 



SrdneyMiiiM* 

iVeoAoo. 

Truro-* 



Inverness. 

Yarmouth. 

Shelbume. 

Pictou. 

Cape Breton. 

Cape Bxeton. 

Pictou. 

Cokiheater. 

Pictou. 

?aQti. 
annontb. 



Rogers, Milner A Pordv. [LL.B.. '11). 

Owen § (J. M., K. C, '(|0) & Owen § (Daniel, 

Win. Chiskohn. ILL.B., '11). 

Owen §* (J. Mw K.C., '69) A Owep §^ (Darnel, 

Paton A Robertson. 

Refer to Halilax. 

Nkhols (Frank W.)^ Nichols (F. W'.>. 

J; A. Fultottk (Cable Ad. M«lnnet» 

IIMcInitbh, Mrzxibh, Fulton A Kbnkt. 

McXnkbs, Hbotob, K.C. ('90). 

msllish, humfhrst, k.c. (^). 

Fulton. W. H., K.C. ('90). 

Kennt, J. B. CM). 
Maclean (A. K., K.C). Paton (V. J., K.C), 
Burchell (Charles J^, K.C) A KalstoQ 
(J. Lm K.C). Cable Ad. Macburral.l 
W. E. Rosooe. 
W. L. Hall. 

Charles W. Lane § ('88). Cable Ad. Lane. 
Refer to Lunenburg. 

Refer to Yarmouth. [LL.B., '11). 

Owen § (J. M., K.C, '69) A Owen § (Daniel, 
R. H. Qrabam. 

McKenzie (D. D.) A MoBffllan (N. A.). 
Macdonald J (E. M., K.C,'87), lve8§ (W. B„ 

'85) A Chipman { (F. B. A., '05). 
Daniel McLennan. 
Refer to Yarmouth. 
John Hood. 

Refer to New Glasgow. [(Colin). 

Mclntyre § (A. A., 'i)9) A Mao&enzie $ 
Refer to North Sydney. 
Refer to New Glasgow. 
A. J. Campbell. 
Refer to New Glasgow., 
H. W. Sangster. 
Lewis Chipman. 



ONTARIO. 



Almonte. 

Aflshfi 

Ainpno) 

Arthur. 

AuTorA. 

Aylnser. 



BelleTille.* 
BotfaweU. 



Middlesex. 

Glengarry. 

Lanark. 

Easez. 

Renfrew. 

Wellii^^ton. 

York. 

Eilgin. 

Simcoe. 



Refer to London. 

McDonnell f J. A.,'72> A CosteUo (F. T.,'9B), 

W. H. Stafford. 

F. A. Hough. 

Re£ep to Renfrew. 

.7. MoK. Kearos. 

Ijennox A Choppin. 

W. H. Barnum. 

W. A. Bovs. 



Lannox&Addi&gtofi. Refer to Napanee. 

Haatinga. O'Flynn, Diamond A O'Flynn. 

BothweU. W. R. Hickey. 

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PLAOS. 

BowmanTille. 

Brac«bridge.* 

Bradford. 

Brampton.* 

Brantford.* 

Brighton. 

Brockville.* 

BroBselfl. 

Campbellford. 

Cardinal. 

Carletou Place. 

Cayuga.* 

ChatuiBun.* 

Clifton. 

Cobalt. 

Cobouig.* 

Colbome. 

Collingwood. 

Cornwall.* 

Deseronto. 

Dondas. 

Dunnville. 

Elmira. 

Exeter. 

Fergus. 

Fort William. 

Oalt. 

Goderich.* 

Grimsby. 

Ouelph.* 



COUMTY. 

Durham. 

Muakoka District. 

ISimcoe. 

Peel. 

Brant. 

Northumberland. 

Leeds. 

Huron. 

Northumberland. 

Grenville. 

Lanark. 

Haldimand. 

Kent. 

Welland. 
Nipissing. 
Northumberland. 
Northumberland. 
Simooe. 
Stonnont. 
Hasting. 
Wentworth. 
Haldimand. 
Waterloo. 
Huron. 
Wellington. 
Thunder Bay. 
W^aterloo. 
Huron. 
Lincoln. 
. Wellington. 



KA1CE8. 

D. B. Simpson § (K.C., '78). 
George Miibaffy. 

T. W. W. Evajia ('94). 

E. G. Graham. [(Geonre D., '86). 
Brewster § (W. &., K.C., '86) & Heyd § 
Refer to Colbome. 

H. A. Stewart. 

Refer to Wingham. 

I. A. Humphries. 

Refer to Preacott. 

Pattenon & Findlay. 

R. S. Colter. 

Wilson §. (Matthew. K.C.), Pike § (J. M., 

K. C.) & Stewart § (J. C). 
Refer to Niagara Falls. 
John W. Mahon. 
Frank M. Field, K:.C. § ('87). 

F. H. Webb. 
W. T. Allan. 
George A. Stiles. 
Refer to Napuiee. 
Refer to Hamilton. 
Bradford <& Bradford. 
Refer to Berlin. 
Gladman &. Stanhnrg. 
J. W. Wilson. 

Morris (F. R.) <& Babe (F.). 
M. A. Secord. 

Charles Garrow, LL. B. § ('99). 
Refer to St. Catharines. 
Guthrie, Guthrie (Hugh, K.C., '88) & 
§ (Patrick, '11). 



Napanee.* 

Newburg. 

Newmarket. 

Niagara. 

Niagara Falls. 

North Bay.* 

Oakville. 

OrangeTille. 

Orillia. 

Oshawa. 



HAMILTON.* Wehtworth Coukty. Pop. 100,461. 

Bruce §, Briice § & Gounsell, § Canada Life Chambers. Cable Ad. 

[Brui>ec. 

Refer to Fergus. 

Refer to Berlin. 

John L. Patterson. 

Refer to Prescott. 

Machin <& Allen. 

P. O. Malcolmaon. r<>2>. 

King § (Francis '92) & Smythe§ (Georgre H.« 

Clement § (E. P., K.C., ^6) & Clement § 
(E. W., '01, and W. P., B.A., '12). 

T. H. Stimson. 

George Bray. 

Jarvis § ('83) &. Vining (»96). 
See Cara in Appendix, page 510. 

Edmund Proulz. 

Refer to North Bay. 

Frederick W. Grant § ('01). 

Refer to Port Hope. 

W. I. Dick § ('05). 

Refer to Stratford. 

Irwin Hilliard. 

Refer to Guelph. [(W, A.). 

Lennox <&Addington.Herringrton (W. S.), Warner (St C.) &' 
Lennox <&Addington. Refer to Napanee. 
York. W. C. Widdifield. 

Lincoln. Refer to Niagara Falls. 

Welland. F. C. McBumey. 

Nipissing. Mc(}aughey <& McGaughey. 

Halt-on. W. A. Chisholm. 

Dufferin. C. R. McKeown. 

Simcoe. A. B. Thompson. 

Ontario. W. E. N. Sinclair. 

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Harriston. 


Wellington. 


Hespeler. 


Waterloo. 


IngersoU. 


Oxford. 


Kemptville. 


(Grenville. 


Kenora.* 


Rainy River, 


Kincardine. 


Bruce. 


Kingston.* 


Frontenao. 


Kitchener.* 


Waterloo. 


Lindsay.* 


Victoria. 


•Listowel. 


Perth. 


London.* 


Middlesex. 


L'Original.* 


Prescott. 


Mattawa. 


Nipissing. 


Midland. 


Simcoe. 


Millbrook. 


Durham. 


Milton.* 


Hal ton. 


MitohelU 


Perth. 


Morrisbnrg.* 


Dundas. 


Mount Forest. 


Wellingrton. 



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OTTAWA.* Cablbtov Couktt. Pop. 100,180. 

Chrysler J & Hinerty, Ceabral Chambezs. Cable Ad. Chrysler. 

Set Card in Appendix^ P^Hf^ 010. 
Orde § ('91), PoweU § ('06), I^y le ('11) & Sno wdon, 48 Sparks St. Cable 

Hee Card in Apfrndixt page filO. [Ad. Ordepowell. 



PLAOX. 

Owen Sound.* 

Paris. 

Parrr Soond.* 

Pembroke.* 

Perth* 

Pflterboroogk.* 

Petrolea.. 

PictoiL* 

Port Arthur.* 

PortE]]Enn. 

Port Hope.* 

Port Petty. 

Presoott* 

PrestOD. 

Renfrew. 

Bidffetown. 

RueeU.* 

St. Catharines.* 

StMsry^s. 

St. Thomas.* 

Studwieh.* 

^nmis.* 

SanltSte. Marie. 

iieiforth. 

Simooe.* 

Smith'! Falls. 

Sonthunpton. 

Stratfoid.* 

Strathioy. 

Sodbory. 

TOlODOBXg. 



ooniiTT. 

Grey. 

Brant. 

Moskoka. 

Rdnfiew. 

Lanark. 

Peterborongh. 

Lambton. 

Prince Edward. 

Thmider Bay. 

Bruoe. 

Dnrham. 

Ontario. 

Grenville. 

Waterloo. 

Renfrew. 

Kent. 

Rnssell. 

Linooln. 

Perth. 

Elgin. 



LambtoB. 

Algoma. 

Huron. 

Norfolk. 

Lanark. 

Bmce. 

Perth. 

Middlesex. 

Nipiflsing. 

Oxford. 



VMMMB OV ATTOBirXTS. 

Middleboro A Speremaa. 

Smoke (F.) <& Smoke. 

Macdonald, Shepley, Donald <& Mason (at 

J. H. Beeves. [Toronto). 

Stewart (J. A.), Hope (J.), & O'Dunnell 

Peck, Kerr & MoEldecry . [(H. A.). 

Moncrief & Wilson. 

E. M. Young. 

Langwortihy (W. F.) <ft MoComber (A. J.). 

Refer to Walkerton. 

D. H. ChishoUn. 

W. H. Harris. 

P. R. Halpin. 

Refer to Berlin. 

Chown A G^eale. 

O. K. Watson. 

Refer to Ottawa. 

Ingeragll & Kingston. 

Leonaxd Haistone. 

J. S. Robertson § ('84). 

Refer to Windsor. 

Hanna, Le Sueur A MoKinlej. 

O'Flynn A Goodwin. 

R. S. Hays § ('88). 

Frank Reid. 

Sparkam A MoCne. 

Itofer to Port Elgin. 

HardingJ (R. T^ *90), Owens § (W. G« W A 

Ross <&%ixeL [Goodwin § (W. B., '16). 

George E. Buchanan. 

y. A. Sinclair. 



TORONTO.* York Couiitt. Pop. 463,705. 

(Ad. Bar. 
IAtixswobth, Wbioht, Moss A Thompson, Traders BankBldg. Cable 
Atlbswobth, Sib Allbn, K.C. Moss, John H., K.C. 
Wbioht, Henbt J. Thompsov, J. A. 

Mofls, Chablbs a. Hotlbs, H. L. 

AyLBSWOBTH, FBATHKBarOlf. 

Gabdbk, a. Mttbbat. Latucbb, W. H., Jr. 

Lawb, Waldon. 
Bain, BIcknelL MaodoneU A Gordon. Lumsden Bldg., cor. 
Yonge A Adelaide Sto. Cable Ad. Bickneri.li 
oee Card in Appendix, page 010. 
Blake, Lash. Anglin & Oassels, Canadian Bank of Commerce Build- 
See Card in Appendix, page 011. [ing. Cable Ad. Slakes. 
CasseUft § Brock, \ Kelley § & Falconbridce, § 80 Bay St. Cable 
See Card in Appendix, page 011. [Ad. Scougall. 
Crombie, Worrell A Gwynne, 76 Adelaide St., West Cable Ad. Worrell. 
Worrell, J. A., K.C. 
Gwynne, W. D. 
Day, Ferffuson & McDonald, Tanner^kttes Bldg., 26 Adelaide St., W. 
See Card in Appendix, page 511. ['Cable Ad. Dayferff. 
EUiott § & Hume, § Kent Bldg., cor. Yonge A Richmond Sts. Cable 

" ^ [Ad.Tollle. 

Cable 
Dods.ll 



See Card in Appendix, page 511. 



Johneton, McKaj, Doda { & Grant, § Traders Bank Bldg. 
See Card in Appendix, page 611. [Ad. 

McCarthy & McCarthy, Canada Life Bldg. 
See Card in Appenaixy page 512. 
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TORONTO.* York Coxthtt. — Cotitinued. 



Macdonald & Macintosh^ Taimer^Gatea Bids-. Gable Ad. Macks. 

<Se« Card in Appendix^ paqe 512. [St. Cable Ad. Masemidon. 

Macdonald, Shepiey, Donald & Masoa, Sun Life Bldg., <)0 V ictona 



See Card^ in Apjaendix^ page pi2, 

page 



MacKenzle & Gordon. 85 ^ay St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 512. 
Osier, UoBkln & ttaroourt, The Dominion Bank Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 513. 



PLJLOB. 

Trenton. 

Uxbridgre. 

Walkerton.* 

WalkerviUe. 

Wallaoebarg. 

Waterloo. 

Welland.* 

West Toronto J'n. 

Whitby.* 

Windsor. 

Winghara. 

Woodstock.* 



OOITNTY. 

Hastings. 

Ontario. 

Bruce. 

Essex. 

Kent. 

Waterloo. 

Welland. 

York.^ 

Ontario. 

Essex. 

Huron. 

Oxford. 



>'AXES. 

A. Abbott. 

Sbarpe § OS. S., '9B) & Cook (H. P., *06>. 

RobertaoMDavid) <& KcNab (A.). 

Refer to Windsor. 

A. B. Carsoallen. 

Refer to Berlin. 

Raymond & Spencer. 

Reier to Toronto. 

A. £. Christian. 

Ellis § (A. St. Geo., *90) & Ellis. 

Richard Van Stone. 

McKay & Mahon. 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



PLA01B. 

Charlottetown.* 

Georgetown.* 

Sammerside.* 



Qni 

Kii 



DISTRICT. 

sens. 



jngB. 
Prince. 



NAME. 



McLeod & Bentley§ (William E., K.C., ^97), 
Refer to Charlottetown. 
A. C. Saunders. 



QUEBEC. 



Arthabaska.* 

Aylmer. 

Buckingham. 

Chicontimi.* 

Coaticook.* 

Cookshire.* ^ 

DmmmondTille. 

Famham.* 

Praserville.* 

Gasp^ Basin.* 

Granby, 

Hull. 

Huntingdon.* 

Inverness.* 

Joliette.* 

Knowlton.* 

Lachine. 

La Chute.* 

La Prairie.* 

L' Assomption .* 

Lennoxvule. 

Levis. 

Longiieuil.* 

Lotbini^re.* 

Montmagny.* 

MONTREAL.* 



Arthabaska. 

Wright. 

Labelle. 

Chicoutimi. 

Stanatead. 

Compton. 

Drummond. 

Missisquoi. 

Temiscouata. 

Gasp^. 

Shefford. 

Wright. 

Huntingdon. 

Mep:antic. 

Johette. 

Brome. 

Hoohelaga. 

Argenteuil. 

LaPrairie. 

L*Assomption. 

Compton. 

Levis. 

Chambly. 

Lotbini^re. 

Montmagny. 



J. E. Perreault. 

Refer to Hull. 

Refer to Hull. 

L. Allain. 

W. L. Shurtleff. 

Refer to Sherbrooke. 

N. Garceau. 

Refer to St. Johns. 

Lapointe, Stein & Leveqne. 

Refer to Rimouski. 

Refer to Waterloo. 

Ste. Marie & Devlin. 

Refer to Vidleyfield. 

Refer to Quebec. 

Emeet Hebert. 

Refer to Waterloo. 

Refer to Montreal. 

Lorenzo L. Legault. 

Refer to Montreal. 

J. E. Faribault. 

Refer to Sherbrooke. 

Refer to Quebec. 

Refer to Montreal. 

Refer to Quebec. 

Maurice Rosseau. 



Montreal District Pop. 617,130. 
(composed of the coun- 
ties of Chambly, 
Hochelaga, Jacques 
Cartier, Laval, La 
Prairie, Soulanges, 
Vaudreuil, Vercheres, 
and city of Montreal). 
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MONTBBAIi.* MoMTBBiUi Dutriot. — Continued, 

Brown, Mont|^mery & McMlchaeL Dominion Exp. Bldg.. 145 St. 

See Card tn Appendix, vage 513. fjames St. Cable Ad. Jonhall. 
CampbeUL McMaster & Paplneau, Canada Life Bld^. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendiiy page 013. rCammaooo. 

Glaztan, Harvey & Ker, Ttansportadon Bldg. Cable Ad. Claxker. 

See Cenrd in Appendix, page 513. 
Cook A Magee, Royal Insarance Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, pane 514. [Bldgr. Cable Ad. Sreep. 

DavidBon, Walawrlght, Alexander & Elder, Transportation 
MieUart for The U» 8. Steel Corpomtion, Oeo. A. lfnH»r Co., Canadian Car A 
Foundry Co^, Isid.. General Chetnieai Co., Prudential Ina, Co» ofAmsriem, 
€hrand Trunk Faeifie By. Co,, J>ominion Bk,, JV. S, Uteel A Coal Co,, Ltd, 

See Uard m Appendix^ page 514. 
IHiff & Merrill, 41 Commercial Union Bld^r. Cable Ad. Huntnduff.il 

See Card in Appendix, page 514. 
Hall, A. Rives, 232 St. James St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 515. 
Jacobs, Couture & Fitch, Power Bld«. Cable Ad. Obsjac. 

Se« Card in Appendix^ page 515. ^ 

Kavanagh, Lajoie & Lacoste, Provineial Bank Bldg. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 515. [ Laloi. 

Liafleur, MacDougall, Macf^arlane & Barclay, Royal Tmst Bldg. 

See Card in Appendix, page 51a, [Cable Ad. Pleural. R 

IMcOlbbon, Caagrain, Mitchell & CmBtptBin, Royal Tnut Bldg. 

Cable Ad. Montgibb.H 
Solieitore for t Boyal Trust Co, / Atlantic Sugar Reftneriee: Montreal Locomotive 
Work*; JPuUmetnCo,; Laurentide Fulp Co,; U,S, Machinery Co,; U,S, Stoel 
Corporation; Union Bug AFaprr Co,; Atn, Locomotive Co* ; Canadian Con-^ 
eoUdated BuAber Co, ; Amee Holden MeCready Co,, Ltd, ; In^perial Oil Co, 

See Card in Appendix, page 516. 
Meredith, Holden, Hague, Shaughnessy & Heward, Mer- 
obants Bank Building, 205 St. James St. Cable Ad. Cammerall.H * 
See Card in AnpMix, page 517. [Ad. Smar.l 

Smith, Markey, Skinner. Pugsley & Hyde, 112 St. James St. Cable 
Smith, Robert C, K.C. Skinner, Waldo W., E.C. 

Markey, Fred. H., K.C. Pngsley, William G. 

Hyde, G. Gordon. 



PLACE. 

.Vew Cariisle.* 



DISTRICT. 

Bonaventsre* 



NAMKS. 

John Hall KeUy. 



QUBBEC* QuBBBG DisTRiOT. Pop. 100,000. 

Rivard, Chauvean & Marchand, 75 St. Peter St. 

See Card in Appendix, page 516. 



Ridunond.* Ridmiond. 

RimoDiki.* Rimonski. 

Rinere dn Loup. Temisconata. 

Rock Island. Stanstead. 

St. Andrews, East. Argentenil. 

St. Hyadnthe.* St. Hyaointhe. 

St. Jerame.* Terre Bonne. 

St Johns.* St. Johns. 

Ste. JoHemie.* Montcalm. 
See. Maiie De Mon- 

nob.* Ronyille. 
St. Paol's Bay.* 
St Sehdaatiqae.* 
Sherbrooke.* 



Sorel.* 

Stanstead.* 

Sveetsbnrgh. 

TbieeRhrers.* 

Valleyfield.* 

Waterloo.* 



Charleroiz. 

Two Mountains. 

Sherbrooke. 

Riefaelien. 

Stanstead. 

Missisqnoi. 

St. Bianrioe. 

Beanhamois. 

Sbefford. 



Mitchell & D'Artois. 
Tessier <& Cote. 
Refer to Fraseryille. 
M. F. Haokett. 
Refer to La Chnte. 
Lnssier, Blynn & Gendnm. 
Nantel <& Nantel. 
Joseph Demers. 
Refer to St. Jerome. 

Refer to Montreal. 
Refer to Qnebeo. 
J. A. C. Ethier. 
Cate, Wells & White. 
Lanclot A Magnao. 
M. F. Haokett. 
W. H. Lvnch. 
Bureau & Bigue. 
Ludger Codbecq. 
R. Cloutier. 



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SASBLATCHBWAN. 



PLAOB. 

Battleford. 
Cabri. 
Esteran.* 
Indian Head. 
Melville. 
Moose Jaw.* 

MooBomin. 
North Battleford. 
Prince Albert* 

ga*Appelle. 
legma.* 



Saskatoon. 



Shannaron. 
Swift Current. 



Weybnm. 
Yorkton. 



DIST&ICT. 

Battleford. 
Swift Current. 
Awiniboia. 
(^u'Appelle. 
SaltcoatB. 
Moose Jaw. 

Qu'Appelle. 
Battleford. 
Prinoe Albert. 
Qu^Appelle. 
Kegina, 



Saskatoon. 



Swift Cnrrent. 



NAMES. 

Refer to North Battleford. 

Refer to Swift Current. 

Refer to Moose Jaw. 

H. G. W. Wilson. 

Refer to Yorkton. 

WUlougrhby § (W. B.,'86), Craig 5 (N. R.,W) 

<& Co. 
Wylie, Mundell A Proctor. 
Keith $ r03) & Oldinp. 
Lindsay § (J. U.) A Mndie § (J. S.). 
Refer to Indian Head, 
t Allbk, QoRDOzr A Oordok. 

Allen, J. A., LL.B., K.C. 

GoBDON, P. H., B.C.L. 

Gordon, A. L. 

Crabb, H. M., LL.B. 
BlacKonzle, Brown & Co. Cable Ad. 

« , ^ * « *• • . .[Macron.i 
Borland $ <'07), Molntyre § ('09), Mc- 

Au^hey A Mowat § <>08). Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 517. [Borland. 

Refer to Swift Cnrrent. 



Swift Current. Begg { (J. O.), HayeaJ (F. C), Cadle 

(C. P.) & Thomson (Wm. M.). 



Aanniboia. 
Mackenzie. 



Black J (O. S., K.C.. '^S), HiUiar § (T. H., 

'98)ifeWGUer§(E. M.,»12). 
Livingston § (C. D.). Wilson § (F. C.) A WU- 

son § (E. S.). 



YUKON TBRRITORT. 



PLAOB. NAME. 

Dawson. J. P. Smith. 

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FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



Koit^In carremvnMnqwiih fortiffn lwtrver» it is umU to bear in mind thmt 
the jyroeedure dAfferefrovn that in the Vnited States, For prompt at- 
tention to business we would suggest that the first eomntunieaHon be 
aeoon^panied by a snuxU cash retainer as evidence ofgoodfaith* Attach 
Power of Attontey to all claims sent for ooUeetion. 



CUBA. 
For information concerning Attorne^rs, see page 2. 



HAVANA. Pop. 300,000. 

HolUnsBWorth, Robert &., No. 4 O'Beilly Stieet. Gable Ad. Holly. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 518. 



PLACE. 

Cma^ey. 

Cardenas. 

Cienfa^oe. 

GnanfaHiamo. 

Mamamllo. 

Matanzas. 

Naeva Gerona (Island of Fines). 

Pinar del Rio. 

Sagoa La Grande. 

Santa Clara. 

Santiago. 



HAXB. 



Send business to (O^Reilly St. 4. 

Robert E. Holllngsworth, of Hayana, 
See Card in Appendix^ page 518. 



MEXICO. 

Business for any part ofMexieo can be satisfactorily handled by 
Messrs. JTohnson S Oalston, of the City of MesHeo. 



CITY OP MEXICO. Pop. 600,000. 

IJohnaon & Galston^ 2a Capachinas, 48. Cable Ad. Latinamlaw. 
Also office in New York City, See Card in Appendix, page 991, 
Jobnson, Edwin J. 
Oalston, Clarence G. 



WEST INDIES. 



Haiti. 
Jamaica.^ 
San Domingo. 



IUse Robinson, Marsh & Kaufman, of 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

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FOREIGN COUNTKI£S. 



SOUTH AMERICA. 



Buetnot Aires. 

La Plata. 
Rosario. 



ABQENTINA. 

Aldao Campos A Del VaUe, 30 

See Card in Appendix^ page 526. 
Refer to Bnenoa Aires. 
Refer to Buenoe Aires. 



CaUe Ad 
[Pertin 



Bio de Janeiro. 

Santos. 
Sao Paolo. 



BRAZIL. 

Aldao Aflbnso CeUo A Del Valle, 126 ATeidda Rio Bnmoo. 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. [GaUe Ad. Equitas.'j 

Refer to Rio de Janeiro. 
Refer to Rio de Janeiro. 



Santiago^ 

Valparaisob. 



CHILE. 

Aldao Claro & Del VaUe, 231 Bioimade. 

See Card inAppendix, page 526. 
Refer to Santiago. 



Cable Ad. 

[darocum-g 



Quito. 

QoayaquiL 



COLOMBIA. 

Refer to Aldao Campos <& Qil. 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. 

ECUADOR. 

Refer to Aldao Campos & Gil. 

See Card in Appendix, paqe 526. 
Refer to Aldao Campos &, Gil. 

See Card in Appendix, page 526. 



Asoncioii. 



PARAGUAY. 

Aldao Bivarola & Del Valle, 129 Calle Pkwsidente Camot. 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. [Cable Ad. Aidariva.| 



Lima. 



Montevideo. 



PERU. 

Aldao Oyague & Campos, 742 Lampa. 
See Card in Appendix^ page 626. 

URUGUAY. 

Aldao Plera & Del Valle, 521 Calle Boenoe 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. 



VENEZUELA. 

Refer to Aldao Campos & Gil. 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. 



CENTRAL AMERICA. 

Refer to Aldao Campos & Gil. 
See Card in Appendix, page 526. 

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EUROPE. 



BNQLAND AND WALBS. 



PLACE. 

Aberdara. 

AbeijBtwith. 

Aocnngtoii. 

Alfreton. 

Aahton-nnder- 

Lyne. 
Ajlesbnnr. 
Bake veil. 
Baobory. 
Bailor, 
fiaraslej. 
Barnstable. 
BarTov*m-Far- 



Bath. 
Benrick-upon- 

Tweed. 
BeTeriey. 
Birkenhead. 



COWTtt 

GUmoKgML 
Cardigan, 
Lanoaahire. 
Derby. 

Lancashire. 

Buokiiigh«m. 

Derby. 

Northampton. 

CaniarTon« 

York. 

Deron. 

Lancashire. 
Somerset. 

Northnmberland. 

York. 

Cheater. 



KAHfiS. 

G. <& W. Kenshole. 
Smith. Davies & EyatiA. 
Brougnton 4^ Bioughtoo* 
Wilson & Son* 

Wm. Bottomley <& Soiiu 

Horwood A James* 

Taylors. 

Charles Fortesoue. 

S. R. Dew <& Co. 

Biury A Walkera. 

Pitta-Tuokar <& Sons. 

Hart Jackson & Sons. 
StoniB, Thomas <& King. 

Sanderson & J. K. Weatberhead. 
Cmst, Todd, Mills & Sons. 
Thompson & Mathison. 



BIRMINGHAM. Wabwiok Couvtt. Pop. fi224E2. 

Beale & Co^ 12 Newhall St. 

Johnson & Co., 36 Waterloo St. 

MaUiewB, James & Crosskey, 29 Waterloo St. 

Fmsent & Co., 6 Bennett^s UiU. 

Rowlands & Co., 41 Temple Row. 

Ryland, Martinean <& Co., 7 Cannon St. 

Saunders, Bradbnry A Saunders, 37 Temple Row. 



Blackbom. 

Blackpool. 

Bolton. 



Bournemouth. 
Bradford. 

Bndlii^gltoii. 

Brighton. 

Bristol 



Lancashire. 

Lancashire. 

Lancashire. 

Lincoln. 

Hants. 

York. 

York. 

Sussex. 

Gloucester. 



Boekin^iaDi.* 

Bumley. 

BnzslenL 

BnySt. Kdmnnds 

Buton. 

Cambridge.* 

Cardiff. 

Cariiale.* 

Ganarron.* 

Chatham. 

Chdtenham. 

Cberter.* 

Chesterfield. 

Clitheroe. 

Colchester. 

Coreotry, 



Buckingham. 
Laneaamre. 
Stafford. 
.Suffolk. 
Derby. 
Cambridge. 
Glamorgan. 
Cumberland. 
Camarron. 
Kent. 
Gloucester. 
Chester. 
Derby. 
Lanosahire. 
Essex. 
Warwick. 



Ainsworth, Sanderson & Howson. 

Houghton, Myres & RcTeley. 

Holden & Holden. 

Millington, Simpsons <& Giles. 

Mooring Aldridge & Haydon. 

Vint, Hill & Killick. 

Wade, Bilbrough, Tetley & Go. 

Harland & Son. 

Stuckey, Son & Pope. 

Fu88ell<&Co. 

Osborne, Ward, Vaasall A Co. 

Strickland. Roberts A Co. 

Heam <& Heam. 

Procter A Baldwin. 

Tomkinson, Norris <& Nonis. 

Greene A Greene. 

Taylor A Brown. 

Eaden, Spearing A Raynes. 

Ingledew A Sons. 

Mounsey, Bowman A Graham. 

Carter, V incent A Co. 

Norman A Stigant. 

Ticehursts, McIIauhara A Wyatt. 

Garaon, Farmer A Co. 

Shipton, Hallewell A Co. • 

Baldwin, Weeks A Baldwin. 

Howard, Ellison A Morton. 

Kirby A Sons. 



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ENQIiAND AND WALES. -^Continued. 



PLAOB. 


COUSTY. 


Cowes. 


Hants. 


Crewe. 


Chester. 


Darlington. 


Durham. 


Derby. 


Derby. 


Devonport. 


Devon. 


DonoaBter. 


York. 


Driffield. 


York. 


Dudley. 


Worcester. 


Durhiua.* 


Durham. 


BkuBtboume. 


Sussex. 


Exeter.* 


Devon. 


Gainsborough. 


Lincoln. 


Gateshead. 


Durham. 


Gloucester.* 


Gloucester. 


Grayesend. 


Kent. 


Greenwich.* 


Kent. 


Grimsby. 


Lincoln. 


Halifax.* 


York. 


Uaalingden. 


Lancashire. 


Hastings. 


Sussex. 


Hexham. 


Northumberland. 


High Wycombe. 


Buckingham. 


Huddersfield. 


York. 


Hull. 


York. 


Ipswich.* 
Kendal. 


Suffolk. 


Westmoreland. 


Lampeter. 


Cardigan. 


Liancaster.* 


Lancashire. 


Leeds. 


York. 


Leicester.* 


LeiOeeter. 


Leominster. 


Hereford. 


Lincoln.* 


Lincoln.^ 


Liverpool, 





Llanellv. 
LlangoUen. 



Carmarthen. 
Denbigh, 



MAKES. 

Damant A Sons. 

Speakman <& Hill. 

Lucas, Hutchinson <ft Meek. 

Tavioc, Simmon & Moaley. 

Aloert Gara <& Co. 

Taylor & Capes. 

George B. Tonge. 

Bagott & Co. 

Wilsons, Omsby & Cadle. 

Coles, Sons & Tilbum. 

Geare &, Mathew. 

Burton & Dyson. 

Wm. Swinburne. 

Ta^ton & Son. 

Hatten, Winnett A Hatten. 

Jackson, Bowles & Jackson. 

Grange & Wintringham. 

Jubb, Booth & Helliwell. 

Woodcock & Sons. 

Langham, Son 6l Douglas. 

W. & B. D. (Hbson. 

Reynolds & Son. 

Layoook, Dyson & Laycook. 

Ramsden, Sykes & Ramsden. 

Aske, Sanderson & Kerens. 

Shackles, Dunkerly & Barton. 

Jackaman, Sons & Miller. 

Watson <fe Chorley. 

David Lloyd <& Son. 

HaU, Marshall & Sewart. 

Barr, Nelson <ft Co. 

Bond, Barwick & Peake. 

Wright. Son & Aysom. 

Moore <k Son. 

Tweed, Stephen & Co. 

Alsop, Stevens, Crooks A Co., 14 Castle St. 

Batesdns, Warr & Wimshurst, 14 Castle St. 

Cleaver, Holden & Co., 26 North John St. 

HiU, Dickinson & Co., 10 Water St. 

Laces, Wilson, Todd, Stone, Fletcher & Hull, 

1 Union Court. (<natie St, 
Jjayton, Son <ft Colder, 9 Penwiek St. 
Simpson, North, Uarley & Co,, 1 Water St, 
D, d, Reea. 
Cha9, Richards ^ Son^, 



LONDON* Middlesex County. Pop. 6,680,616. 



Aldao Campos & Aldao, 4 Moorgate St. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 526. 
Ashurst, Morris, Crisp & Co., 17 Throgmorton Ave., E. G. 
Baker. Blaker <& Hawes, 117 Cannon St., £. C. 
Bell, Brodrick & Gray, 6:^ Queen Victoria St., £. C. 
Bircham <& Co., .'SO Old Broad St., £. C. 

Bischoif , Coxe, Bompas <& BischofF, 4 Great Winchester St., £. C. 
Bridges, Sawtell & Co., 2:5 Red IJon Souare, W. C. 
Bristows, Cooke & Carpmael, 1 Copthal Bldgs., £. C. 
Burton, Teates & Hart., 23 Surrey St., W. C. 
Capron & Co., Savile Place, Conduit St., W. 
Cheesraan, F. P., 11 Kinipa Bench Walk, Temple, E. C. 
Collyer, Bristow & Co., 4 Bedford Row, W. C. Cable Ad. Vestieio. 

Curtis, T. S. • 

Booth, C. F. 

Birks, H. T. 

Langrley, R. H.. M.A., B.C.L. 
Druces & Attlee, 10 Billiter Square, £. C. 
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IjONDON.* MmDiJssxz Couicty. — CmUtmiec/. 

FnahfieldB, 31 Old Jewry, £. G. [Puzzlement. Fleet. 

Haslewood, Hare A Co» 199 Temple Chambers, £. 0. Cable Ad. 
Hewiti, WooUaoott & Cfhown, 158 lieadenhall !St., £. C/ Cable 

See Card in Appendix^ page 519. [Ad. Marsland, Led, London. 
Jaoaon, Cobb, Pearson <& Co., 22 CoUege Ifill, £. C. 
Jones, Thomas B., The Outer Temple, Strand, W. C. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Awendix^ page 518. [Amerjon. 

Kekewicb, Smith & Kaye, 2 Suffolk Lane, Camion St.* £. C. 
Kimbers & Boatman, 79 Lombard St., £. C. 
Leader, Plunkett & Leader, 16 Newsrate St., £. C. 
Linklater, Addison A Brown, 2 Bond Court, Walbrook, £. C. 
Lowless & Co., 21 St. Mary Axe, £. C. 
Lnmlev & Lumley, 15 Old Jewry Chambers. £. C. 
Lydekker, £dgar, 63 Queen Victoria St., £. C. 

Maflfey & Brentnall, 19 St. Donstan's dill, E. C. Cable Ad. Mtffey. 
JS0{iHior« and ^ariiamentary Agent», Correspond In Kreneh. 

Maffey, George ('92), Com^r for Oaths. 

Brentnall, Percy S. (^95). Coni'r for Oaths. 
Maples, Teesdale <& Co., 6 Frederick's Phice, Old Jewry, £. C. 
Markby, Stewart & Co., 57 Coleman St., £. C. 
Minohin, Garrett & Co., 22 <& 2.'i Laurence Pountney Lane. 
Monier- Williams, Robinson &. Milroy, 6 <& 7 Great Tower St., £. C. 
^Mnnton, Morris^ Kins & Co., Temple Chambers, £. C. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Ajtpendix, page r)19. [Vigiiantibut. 

Murray, Hutchins, Stirling <& Co., 11 Birchin Lane, £. C. 
Norton, Rose, Barrington & Co., 57^ Old Broad St., £. C. 
Paines, Blyth & Huztable, 14 St. Helen's Place, E. C. 
Parker, Garrett & Co., 3 King William St., E. C. 
Peddar, Sydney H., 74 HolUnd Park, W. 

See Card in Append tx^ page 519. 
Pontifez, Pitt <& Johnson, IG St. Andrew's Street, Holbom Circus, £. C. 
Sharpe, Pritchaid A Co., 12 Now Court, Carey St., W. C. 
Stibbard, Gibson & Co., 21 LeadenhaU St., £. C. Cable Ad. Stibbard. 

Gibson. Edward Graeme. 

WiUs, Alfred. 

McNair, G^rge Lewis Frederic. 

Duncan, Andrew Jameson Matthews. 

Gibson, Alan Graeme. 
Trinder, Capron <& Co., 156 Leadenhall St., £. C. 
Wordsworth, Blake A Co., 4.t Bloomsbur^ Sq., W. C. 
Wyatt & Co., St. Stephens House, Victoria Embankment, S. W. 
American Counsel resident in London. 

J. Artliur Barratt, 3 Temple Gardens, Temple, E. C. 

Fortnerif/ of the New York Bar, Cable AcMreeu, '* e\o Quansions,** 
D. Campbell Lee, M.A., LL.B. (London), 1, Brick Court, Middle 

Member JVcir York Bar atul EnglUh Bar. [Temple, E. C. 4. 

PLACE. comrrr. names. 

Lndlow. Salop. Anderson, Son A Tyrrell. 

Maidstone.* Kent. Hoar. Tatham & Whitehead. 

Malton (new). York. H. W. <& K. Pearson & Russell. 

Manchester. Lancashire. Earle, Sons & Co., 54 Brown St. 

Grundy, Kershaw, Samson &, Co., 31 Booth St. 
Milne, Bury & Lewis, 7 Mount St., Albert Sq. 
Wood, Norris <ft Wilson, 7 St. James Sq. 
Marypoit. Cumberland. Tyson <& Hobson. 

Mertkyr-Tydfil. Glamorgan. D. W. Jones & Co. 

Xkidlesboroiig:h. York. Belk, Cochrane & Belk. 

UoomonUft.* Monmonth. Williams & Sons. 

Neath. Glamorgan. R. P. Morgan &, Co. 

Xewark. Kottingham. Larken & Co. 

Newcasde-n^n- Northmuberland. Wilkinson & Marshall, 1 Mosley St. 

Tync. 
^fewport. Monmouth. Lloyd <& Pratt. 

Nortoamptoo.* Northampton. Howes Percival & Ellen. 

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PI«ACB. 

Norwich. 
Nottingham.* 

Oldham; 

Onnakirk. 

Peterborough. 

Plymonth. 

Pont^ridd. 

Port Madroc. 

Portsmouth. 

Preston. 

Reading.* 

Ripon. 

Rochester, 

Rotherham. 

St. Helenas. 

St. lyes. 

Salisbury. 

Selby. 

Sheffield. 



Southampton. 

Southend-on-Sea. 

Stockton-on-Tees. 

Stoke-upon-Trent, 

Stourbridge. 

Stroud. 

Sunderland. 

Swansea. 

Tewkesbury. 

Tiverton. 

Truro. 

Tunstall. 

Wah»ll. 

Warwick.* 

Wells. 

West Hartlepool. 

Weymouth, 

Whitbv. 

WhitehaTen. 

Wigan. 

Winchester. 

Windsor. 

Wisbech. 

Worcester.* 

Wrexham. 

Yeovil. 

York.* 



OOITNTV. 

Norfolk. 
Nottingham. 

Lancashire. 

LAiioashire. 

Northampton. 

Devon. 

Glamorgan. 

Canarvon. 

Hampsliire. 

Lancashire. 

Berks. 

York. 

Kent. 

York. 

LanoaBhire. 

Huntingdon. 

Wilts. 

York. 

York, 



Hants. 

£s8ex, 

Durham. 

Stafford. 

Worcester. 

Gloucester. 

Durha* i. 

Glamorgan. 

Gloucester. 

Devon. 

Cornwall. 

Stafford. 

Stafford. 

Warwick. 

Somerset. 

Durham. 

I>orset. 

York. 

Cumberland. 

Lancashire. 

Hampshire. 

Berks. 

Cambridge. 

Worcestier. 

Denbigh. 

Somerset. 

York. 



JSAKSa. 

Keith, Blake <& Co. 

Freeth, Rawson <& Cartwright. 

Wells A Hind. 

Wrigley, Claydon & Tristram. 

Parr, Sadler, Dickinson & Watson. 

DeiEMon & Son. 

Bond & Pearce. 

Spickett A Sons. 

Breese, Jones & Caason. 

Blake, Reed & Lanthom. 

Wilson, Wright & Davies. 

Martin & MartSn. 

Edmundson & Gowland. 

Arnold, Day <& Tuff. 

Ozley & Coward. 

Barrow <& Cook. 

George D. Day. 

Wilson & Sons. 

Parker & Parker. 

Benson, Burdekin <ft Co. 

Broomhead, Wightman A Moors. 

Watson, Esam & Barber. 

Paris, Smith A Randall. 

Dennes, Lamb A Drysdale. 

New by, Rob8on.<& Robson. 

MarshaJl^shwell A Co. 

Bernard King A Sons, 

Ball, Smith A Playne. 

Kidson, McKenzie A Kidson. 

Steel, Msiiland A Byers. 

Ingledew. Sons A Phillips. 

Brookes at Badham. 

Partridge A Cockram. 

William Kerby. 

Hollinshead A Moody. 

L. W. Lewis A Sons. 

Heath A Blenkinsop. 

Harris A Harris. 

Harrison A Son. 

Bowen A Symes. 

Buchannan A Son. 

Brockbank, Helder A Ormrod. 

Mayhew, Son A Peck. 

Bailey A White. 

Lovegrove A Durant. 

Weldiman A Dewing. 

Curtler, Davis A Curtler. 

Bury A Acton. 

Newman, Paynter, Gould A Newman* 

Smithson A Teasdale. 



ISLE OF MAN. 



PLACE. 

Douglas. 



NAME. 

Dickinson, Cruickshank A Co. 



SCOTLAND. 



PLACE. 

Aberdeen.* 

Airdrie. 

Alloa. 

Alyth. 

Annan. 



CODXTY. 

Aberdeen. 

Lanark. 

Clackmannan. 

Perth. 

Dumfries. 



NAMES. 



Panll A Williamsons, 230 Union St. 
Motherwell, McMurdo A Mitchell. 
Ewing A Cuthbert. 
Japp A Yeaman. 
Scott A Cnnninghana. 



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PIpACB. 


OOUJTTY. 


Anstrnther. 


Fife. 


Arbroath. 


Forfar. 


Aachterader. 


Perth. 


Ayr. 


Ayr. 


Banff.* 


Banff. 


Barrhead. 


Renfrew. 


Blairgowrie. 


Perth. 


Bricicr«-of-Allaii. 


Sterling. 


Baeki«. 


Banff. 


Cksfttbrtdge. 


Lanark. 


Coklatream. 


Berwick. 


Criaff. 


Perth. 


CnpAT^FIfe.* 


Fife. 


Dam barton. 


Dumbarton. 


Domfriea.* 


Domfries. 


Dandee. 


Forfar. 




Fife. 


Danoon. 
Bdlnburgh.* 


AmU. 
EoQuibargh 




Fort William. 

Pnaarbarsli. 

Glaagow. 



£lgin. 

Sterling. 

InvemeflB. 

Aberdeen. 

Lanark. 



Haddington. 
Hannltoo. 



Irvine. 

Jedbozgh. 

Keith. 

Kelso. 

Kilmaznock. 

Kirkcaldy. 

Kirkeadbright . 

Kirkwall. 

Kirrieiiitiir. 



Mackintosh & Watson. 
D. A W. Chapel. 
Toung A Kennaway. 
Silver, Toung A Cosh. 
Alexander Colville. 
Brownlie, Watson & Beckett. 
A. A R. Robertson A Black. 
Hill A WUvte. 
Archibald A Gray. 
Bishop, Milne Boyd <& Russell. 
Melrose A Porteous. 
Colville A Drvsdale. 
Drununond, Johnstone A Grosset. 
Babtie A Craie. 

MoGowan, McRerrow A Kirkland. 
Andrew Hendry A Sons. 
Shield A Kyd. 
ShieU <& SmaU. 
Thomas Thornton^ Son A Co. 
Ross A Connell. 
Stewart A Bennett. 
J. A F. Anderson, 4S Castle St. 
Druramond A Reid, 21 Charlotte Sq. 
Dundas A Wilson, 16 St. Andrews Sq. 
Klnmont & Maxwell (W. S., S. S. C. and N. 
P.), 86 G^eorge St. (reeomtnended by Oen'l 
Mgr. Nat. Bank ofSeotiand). 
Macpherson <& Maokay, 26 Queen St. [Square. 
Prlngle & Clay, W. S. A N. P., 24 Charlotte 
Meeomtnended bv John day <f Co., Chicago. 
Simpson A Mitrwick, 18 Heriot Row. 
Tods, Murray A Jamieson, 66 Queen St. 
Robert White, 45 Frederick St. Cable Ad. 

See Card in Appendix, page 520. [Albut. 

Allan A Black. 
James Wilson <& Sons. 
Macniven A Macniven. 

John Finlayson. [George St. 

Bannatyne, Kirkwood, France A Co., 145 West 
X WiiiLiAU GiBsoK A Co., 10() W. Regent St. 

Gibson, William § (7^). 

McFadzban, John M. (^04). [St. 

Kidstons, Watson, Tumbull A Co., 50 W. Regent 
McGrigor, Donald A Co., 172 St. Vincent St. 
Mackenzie, Roberton A Co., 176 St. Vincent St. 
Maclay, Murray A Spens, 169 West Greorge St. 
Mitchells, Johnston & Co., 160 West George St. * 
Moncrieff,^ Warren, Paterson A Co., 45 West 

George St. 
Turnbull & Flndlay, 156 St. Vincent St. 

TurnbulWohn § ('90). 

Findiay, WiUiam (B. L.. '90). [St. 

Wright, Johnston A Mackenzie, 150 St. Vincent 
J. C. Smith, Macdonald A Crawford. 
Ferme, Ferme A Williamson. 
Keith A Patrick. 
Morris A Macdonald. 
Murray, Grillies A Wilson. 
Charles & R. B. Anderson. 
Thurbum A Fleming. 
James A David W. B. Tait. 
Kerr & Wylie. 
Beveridge A Aitken. 
John Gibson § ('79). 
Macrae A Robertson. 
Wilson, Carnegie A Co. 
Morison A Smith. 



Renfrew. 

Haddington. 

Lanark. 

Inverness. 

Ayr. 

Roxburgh. 

Banff. 

Roxburgh. 

Ayr. 

Fife. 

Kirkcudbright. 

Orkney. 

Forfar. 

Lanark. 

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SCOTLAND. — Continued. 



NAMES. 

Duncan & Galloway. 

Smith & Grant. 

Archibald MacEwan. 

Cormack <& Byers. 

Curie & £i:8kiue. 

JLamb <& Co. 

Andrew B. Matthews. 

Uoeack & Sutherland. 

Mclnnes, Mackenzie & Lochhead. 

Archibald Sharp. 

J. & W. Buchan. 

Jameson & Mackay. 

Robert Gray. 

J. & H. MitcheU. 

Prentioe ^ Frew. 

Lade dc Hood. 

Mathie MacLnckie & Lupton. 

Scott A Gardner. 

William A. Ross. 

Rankin & Aitken. 

J. & J. Barrie. 

NinuDO & Morrison. 



IRELAND. 

Monroe A Anderson. 

P. V. C. Murtajrh. 

Thomas B. Wallace. 

Oeorffe McUdowie & Sons, 26 Com 

See Card in Appendix, page 619. 
Paul A. Brown. 

Michael McKeon. 
Micliael Verdon. 
John Gillespie. 
Louis C P. Smith. 
Henry Mnrpliy. 
Arnold J. Power. 
. Samuel A. Wray § <*g6). 
Thos. J. S. Harbison. 
Henry P. F. Donegan. 
John H. Maf^ee. 
Wra. Russell A Son. 
Gerrard A Co. 



DuBLiir County. Pop. 290,638. 

Hoey & Denning. 12 Trinity St. 

Hoey, George J. 
Mearesy George M. (^94), 16 Moles worth St. Gable Ad. Fiat. 

See Card in Appendix^ page. 619. 
Scallan, John L., A Co., 25 Suffolk St. 
ScalUn, J. L. ('09). 
Scallan, Wm. ('7(i). 
Scalbin, F. I. ('83}. 



PLAOB. 


COUNTY. 


Lerwick. 


Zetland. 


Leven. 


Fife. 


Lochgilphead. 


Ai-gyll. 


Lockerbie. 


Dumfries. 


Melrose. 


Roxburgh. 


Nairn. 


Nairn. 


Newton^tewart. 


Wigtown. . 


Oban. 


ArgyU. 


Paisley. 
Partick. 


Renfrew. 


Lanark. 


Peeblea. 


Peebles. 


Perth. 


Perth. 


Peterhead. 


Aberdeen. 


Pitlochry. 


Perth. 


Pollokshaws. 


Renfrew. 


Port Glasgow. 


Renfrew. 


Stirling. 


Stirling. 


Stonehayen. 


Kincardine. 


Stomoway. 


Lewis. 


Stranraer. 


Wigtown. 


Strathayen. 


Lanark. 


Wick. 


Caithness. 


Armagh.* 


Armagh. 


Athlone. 


Westmeath. 


Banbridge. 


Down. 


Belfast.* 


Antrim. 


Carlow,* 


Carlow. 


Carrick-on-Shan- 


. 


non.* 


Leitrim. 


Castlebar.* 


Mayo. 


Castleblaney. 


Monaghan. 


Cavan.* 


Cavan. 


Clones. 


Monaghan. 


Clonmel.* 


Tipperary. 


Coleraine. 


Londonderry 


Cookstowu. 


Tyrone. 


Cork.* 


Cork. 


Donegfd. 


Donegal. 


Downpatrick.* 


Down. 


Drogheda. 


Louth. 


1 


DUBLIN.* E 



Dundalk.* 

Ennis.* 

Enniscorthy. 

Enniskillen.* 

Fermoy. 

Galway.* 

Kilkenny.* 

Killarney. 

Limerick.* 

Londonderry.* 



Louth. 

Clare. 

Wexford. 

Fermanagh. 

Cork. 

Galway. 

Kilkenny. 

Kerry. 

Jjimerick. 

Londonderry. 



Chas. Mac!^lahon. 
Francis F. Cnllinan. 
O'Flaherty A Son. 
Charles F. Falls. 
Rice A Carroll. 
Blake A Kenny. 
Michael Buggy. 
Dayid M. Moriarty. 
Jas. S. Gaffney. 
Caldwell A Robinson. 



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PLACE. 


COONTV. 


KJMEB, 


Longford.* 


Longford. 


Chr. J. P. Farrell. 


Mazyborongh.* 
Monaghan.* 


Queen'a. 
Monaghan. 


Wm. X. White. 


Matt Q. Lardner. 


Mallingar.* 


Westmeath. 


Nicholas Downes. 


Xaas.* 


Kildare. 


Wm. Edward Garland. 


Newrv. 
Omagh.* 


Down. 


John Unnter Moore. 


Tyvone. 


Diokie & Carson. 






King: Houston. 
McDonnell, Farrell <& Co. 


Rofloommon.* 


Ronoommon. 


Sligo.* 


Sligo. 


Jeremiah McCarthy. 


Thmlas. 


Tipperary. 


J. P. Carrigan. 


fxr- 


Tipperary. 


Wm. Frewen. 


Kerry. 
Meath. 


James M. Murphy. 
Francis C. O'Reilly. 


Trim.* 


Tnllamore.* 


Kings. 


Hoey & Denning. 


Waterford.* 


Waterford. 


Henry D. Keane. 


Wflxfwd.* 


Wefzford. 


M. J. O'Connor A Co. 


YTieUow.* 


Wicklow. 


Franeis Kennedy. 



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

NOTE, CorretpantUniB wUl he listed at dose of the War, 



Antwerp. 

Brussels. 

Ghent. 

Li^.^ 

Lonvain. 

Malines. 

Namnr. 

Tonmai. 



BELGIUM. 

NeU Edward Camphell. 

Munton, Morris, King A Co., 37 Rue de Faoqz. 

Leonard Willems. 

M. Albert Tahon. 

Alfred Gesch^, 123 Rue Marie Th^r^se. 

Victor Fris, Rue d'Egmont, 17. 

H. Bribosia. 

A. de Rick. 



Copenhagen. 



DENMARK. 

Asmussen A EQhdenbuig. 



PRANCE. 

AH matters for France should be forwarded to our Paris correspondents. 

PARIS. Depabtment of the Seike. Pop. 3,848,618. 

IBodinffton, O. E.« 6, Boulevard des Capucines. Cable Ad. Bodington. 

See Card in Appendix^ page 520. 
Harper, Donald ] 

Conner, BenJ. H. > 32, Ayenne de TOp^ra. Cable Ad. Donarpor, Paris. 
Femala, Charles B. J 

Berry, Walter V. B., 
Of Counsel. 
See O^rien, Boardman, Harper & Fox, 120 Broadway, New Tork. 
Card in Appendix^ page, 521 . 
Pellerin, Pierre, 56, meXa Boetie. Cable Ad. Pierpell. 

tiieenHe en droit Univ. Parie and «tf Irineoln'e Inn {I.ondon), 
Valoto & Loeb, 36, Avenue de, POp^a, one floor above the American Consulate 
General. Cable Ad. Etta. 
Asmer.attd IntemationtU Lawyere, Mr, Valoie, Ofjieer of the JLogion of Honour* 
See Card in Ajopendixy page 522. 
Valois, Arthur £. 
Loeb, Charles 6. 
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Rotterdam. 



The Hague. 



HOLLAND. 



Refer to The Ha^ae. [Ad. Amerilaw. : 

Dr. C* H. Huberich, 61 Leuvenhayen. Cable 

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Dr. C. H. Huberich, 10, Kneaterdijk. Cable 

[Ad. Amerilaw.il 
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t Db. Alexander NiooirbPXTKR, 6 Knenterdijk. 
NOTE — Legal tnattere for anv part of JfotlKnA eo(« hr 
eatiefa^Aorily },Mt^tUed frotn The Ho^m^. 



Florence. 

Genoa. 

Leehorn. 

Milaii. 

Naples. 

Palermo. 

Rome. 



Tmin. 
Venioe. 



Berffon. 
ChnBtiama. 



ITALY. 

Prof. Ferdinando Bosl, LL.D., Tia Toma- 

See Card in Appendix^ page 523. [bnoiii, 5. 
Dr. Enrico Bensa, 19 Via San Bernardo. 
Att. Cesare Rivolti, via Vittorio JElmanuele, 50. 
Ayr. H, St. Jobn-MildmaVf 14 Via S. Paolo. 
• Dr. Gufflielmo Keane Ayolio, SdCoraoUmberto, 1. 
Edoardo Ix> Monaco. 

Enrico Giobbe della Bitta, 21 Via S. Niool6 da 
Tolentino. 
Correeponde in Sngtieh,^ French, Qermait, and Itaiian. 
fVancisco Amuafloglio, Via delle Scnole, 11. 
Ayy. Comm. Lieopoldo Bizio Gradenieo, Santa 

[Maria Fc 

NORWAY. 

Kristen A J^rgen Faye. 

C. M. Bbnaen, Heber & Heber. 



Lisbon. 



Moaoow. 

Odessa. 

Petrograd. 

Rigra. 

Warsaw. 



Baroelona. 
Madrid. 
Malaga. 
Valencia. 



Gothenburg. 
Stockholm. 



Basle. 

Geneya. 

Lansanne. 

Lucerne. 

St. Gall. 

Zurich. 



PORTUGAL. 

Carlos Granja. 

RUSSIA. 

Paul Althausen, Marosseika, Dewjatinsky- 
Miohael de Antonini, 12 Marasly Str. [perenlok, 4. 
Robert King, Theatre Square, 10. 
Ch. Freyttu" yon Loringhoyen, Andrea Straaae, 5. 
Hieronim Heyroan, Niecala, 14. 

SPAIN. 

Rafael Deas. 
Alfredo Sabala. 
The U. S. ConsuL 
The U. S, Consul. 

SWEDEN. 

T. Wolff. 

Setterwall, Lofgren A Sehonmeyr. 

SWITZERLAND. 

Otto Lutz. 

Dr. Geor^ Faw. 

Ch. Pilicier A E6, Bourgeois. 

Dr. J. Zimmerli. 

Dr. Thomas Holenstein. 

Dr. M. Schneeli & Dr. D. Schindler. 



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FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



281 



ASIA. 



CEYLON. 



PULCK. 

Colombo. 



NAMES. 

F. J. A G. de S«niii. 



Hoq^koDg. 
Shanghai. 



CHINA. 

Johnson, Stokes <& Master. [Leemlng. 

Fleming ('98) & Davies C04). Cable Ad. 

See Card in AppenttiXj page 523. 



Bombay. 
Calontta. 
Bfjbdras. 



INDIA. 



Smetham, Byrne A Gou, 18 Church Gate St. 
Watkins & Co., 2 Old PostofBce St. 
Short, Bewee <& Co. 



Tokyo. 
Yokohama. 



JAPAN. 

T. Miyaoka, 6 Takigamaobo, Kyobashi-Ku. 
t DB Bbokbr, J. E., 75 Tamashita-cho. 
de Becker & Nakamura, 75 Yamasbitarcho. 
Cable Ad. Debecker^ Yokohama.!! 
See Card in Appendix^ page 523. 



STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 



Penang. 
Singapore. 



Wreford A Thornton. 

Drew & Napier, 10 CoUyer Qoay. 



AFRICA. 



EGYPT. 



PULOS. 

Alexandria. 
Cairo. 



XAUXS. 

Catzeflis A Booth. 
John Porter Foster. 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 



Cape Town. 
Orahamstiown. 
Eliniberley. 
Port Elizabeth. 



Fairbridge, Ardeme & Lawton. 
A. J. Barry. 

Denoon Dnnoan <& Brown. 
Pagden <ft Christian. 



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282 FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. — Continued. 

NATAL. 

PLACfE. 27A1CE8. 

Durban.^ Robert Lewis Hitchins. 

Ladyunith. Carter & Robinson. 

Newcastle. Watt A Pike. 

Pietermaritzbnrg. Haihom, Cameron A Co. 

ORANGE FREE STATE. 

Bloemfontein. BoUia, Goodrick & Franklin. 

TRANSVAAL. 

Johannesburg. Cbarles Broad. 

Pretoria. Stegmann A Roob. 



AUSTRALIA. 

NEW SOUTH WALES. 

PLAOS. JTAMBS. 

Albnry. Emerson & Tietyens. 

Lismore. Molntosh & Beet. 

Newcastle. Sparke A Millard. 

Sydney. Cape, Kent A Gaden, ComcU Union Cluunben. 

Norton, Smith A Co., 2 O'Connell St. 
Wagga Wagga. Higgins A Robinson. 

QUEENSLAND. 

Btisbone* W. H. Wilson A Hemming. 

Cairns. MacDonnell, Hannam A Hamlyn-Hairis. 

Ipswich. Pender A Pender. 

Rookhampton. J. F. Fitzgerald, Walsh A McLaughlin. 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 
Adelaide. Symon, Roanseyell A Cleland. 

TASMANIA. 

Hobart. FinUy, Watchom A Clark. 

Lanneston. Law A Weston A Archer. 

VICTORIA. 

Ballarat. Cuthbert, Morrow A Must. 

Castlemaine. McCay A Thwaites. 

Melbourne. Walter Briggs A Son, 60 Queen St. 

Tarok. Akehurst, Blackboum A MaoDonald. 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 

Albany. Haynes, Robinson A Braham. 

Perth. Nicholson A Hensman. 

York. E. H. Neville. 

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FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



288 



NEW ZEALAND. 



PLAOS. 

Anckland. 



CliristeharGh. 
Dnnedin. 



Gisbome. 

(Poverty Bty.) 
Nelson. 
Wellington. 



VAM£S. 

Alison <& Alison, Bank of New Zealand Bldgs. 

Hesketb <& Riohmond, Bank Bldgs. 

Dugall <& Upham. 

Garriek, Covlishaw, Alpers A NiohollB. 

Duncan & MacGregor. 

Mondy & Stephens. 

Kirk, Bumard & Sievwrigkt. 



I^tt & Moore. 
Brown, Neave & Conrtney. 
Martin, Atkinson & Martin. 
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MENTION HUBBELL*8. 

4 WHEN YOU SEND BUSINESS TO A 
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4 ESTABLISH THAT COMMUNITY OF 
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PART II 

UNITED STATES LAWS 

LAWS OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

LAWS OF PORTO RICO 

PATENT LAWS 

UNITED STATES COURT PRACTICE 

COURT CALENDARS 

LAWS OF 

CANADA 

CUBA 

ENGLAND 

SCOTLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMANY 

HOLLAND 

JAPAN 

MEXICO 
TRADE-MARK LAWS OF 

ARGENTINA 

CHILE 

URUGUAY 
CONSULAR SERVICE 
LAND OFFICES 
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 



SUBJECTS TREATED IN THE SYNOPSES OF 

LAWS, UNITED STATES. 



Acknowledgments. 

Actions. 

Affidavits. 

Aliens. 

Appeai^. 

Arrest. 

Assignments. 

Attachment. 

Chattel Mortgages. 

Claims against Estates of 
Deceased Persons. 

Conditional Sales. 

Consignments. 

Corporations. 

Courts, as to their Jurisdiction and 
Terras. 

Deeds, how executed, and by whom 
acknowledged; giving forms for 
Certificate of Acknowledgment of 
Deeds, etc., by Husband and Wife, 
and Proof by Subscribing Witness 
when executed outside the State 
where the land is located. 

Depositions, giving full information 
relative to obtaining a commission ' 
and instructions for taking testi- 
mony. 

Descent and Distribution of 
Property. 

Divorce, Grounds of, and how Ju- 
risdiction is obtained. 

Dower. 

Evidence. 



Executions, and Stay of. 
Exemptions from Execution. 
Garnishment. 
Inheritance Taxes. 
Insolvent Laws and Assignments 

FOR THE Benefit of Creditors. 
Interest, Rate of, and Penalty for 

Usury. 
Judgments, and their effects. 
Liens, Mechanics' and others. 
Limitations of Actions. 
Married Women, Rights of. 
Mortgages, Execution of, and 

Foreclosure. 
Notaries Public. 
Notes and Bills of Exchanqb. 
Practice. 
Proof of Claims sent fob 

Collection. 
Recording of Deeds. 
Redemption. 
Replevin. 
Reports, Judicial. 
Revision of Laws. 
Sales in Bulk. 
Service of Summons. 
Supplementary I^ceedings. 
Tax Law, relating to sale of land for 

Taxes, and time and condition of 

Redemption. 
Testimony. 
Trust Deeds. 
Wills, Execution and Proof of. 



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ALABAMA LAWS. 

Rerlaed December 1, 1917, by 
Messrs. London, Yancey & Brower, of Burnungluun. 

The next lesulstuTQ oonvenee January, 1919. 

Acloiowledi^ments. — See Deed*. 

ActlODS* — All civil actioDB in common law courts ot record are commenced by mim- 
mons and complaint. The complaint is filed in the office of the clerk of the court, and the 
efuma&ons ia issued by the clerk, accompanied by the complaint. Service is efFeoted by ttie 
lielivery, by the proper officer, of a copy of each to the defendant. 

FreeholdeiB or householderB* having a permanent residence in the State, must be sued 
in the county of their residence, "unless the suit be for the recovery of real property or 
the paesession thereof, or for a trespass thereto, when the suit must be instituted in the 
eounty where the land lies." except that, in other actions of tort, suit may l>e brought in 
the county of plaintiff's residence, or in the county where the tort was committed. 

Branch summons may issue, when there are several defendants residing*or found in dif- 

eounties, and the cause of action is joint, or is joint and several. (Code of Ala. i 5300.) 

CarTporationt ; Cotit, 

Actions upon contracts, express or implied, by parol or under seal, for the payment of 

(other than bilb of exchange, promissory notes payable in bapk, or at a designated 

and commercial instruments), must be prosecuted in the name pf the party really 

interested, whether he has the legal title or not. Actions on commercial paper must be 

iaetitated in the name of the party having the legal title. 

In all acUons by a transferee or assignee of a contract not a commercial instrument, the 
■aiTj.iM » or transferee is "subject to any defense the payor, obligor, or debtor may have 
had shsainst the payee, obligee, or creditor previous to notice of assignment or transfer." 
(Cocie ef Afat. f 24S9.) 

" All actions on contracts, express or implied, all personal actions, except for injuries to 
the person or reputaUon, survive in favor of and against the personal representatives." 
(Code of Ala I 2496.) 

Actions for the recovery of, and actions for injuries to, lands survive in favor of or against 
hesm» devisees, or personal representatives, or against tenants, according to their respeo- 
tive xishts. (Code of Ala f 2497.) 

eucoesefui party in ail civil actions (with minor exceptions) is entitled to and re- 
full eosta. for which judgment is rendered. (Code of Ala. § 3602.) All non-residents 
State are required to give security for the costs of suits instituted by them. Neglect 

/niJure to give security when required subjects the suit to dismissal, and the attorney 

iijkrccting the issue of the process to liability for the costs. The security may be given by 
deoosit of money with the clerk of the court, and the amount may, when necessary, be 
enlnrxed "hy order of court. If judgment is rendered for the defendant, on motion a judg- 
•n«at can b« obtained against the security for the costs. (Code of Ala. f 3687.) 

j^^taU^istrsttiiuiL of Decedents' Estates. — See Claim* againat EalcUea of Deceased 




AiBdsvlts- — ^^ parte affidavits are not admitted as testimony. Affidavits out of the 
jl^_ mstx 1^ made before any judge of any court of record, chancellor, judge of the United 
fi^fees courts* a commissioner of this State, or notary public: and in this State before any 
~T^I^ above nnmed. a jtistice of the peace, register, or clerk of a court. 

Aliens. ' The Declaration of Rights provides that ** Foreigners, who are or may here- 

•f^ bMBome 6ona Jide residents of this State* shall enjoy the same rights in respect to pos- 

***? ^^ r^ymen t, and inheritance of property as native-born citixens." 

"^tim!** tatot^ declare that an alien, resident or non-resident, may take and hold property, 

I d oetBOOBl* by purchase, descent, or devise, and may dispose of and transmit the 

*••* *l?^terdesoe«**» o*" devise, as if he was native-born. Existing rights not being affected, 

fltme by ■■'^y aequffed by aliens prior to 25th February, 1875, the same is held by them, 

ote i^*P*j^\^^g^g^ Qf gatagoBt ss if such aliens were native-born. An alien devisee, or next 

^^ ^u^ w^Muati dyiau in this Sute (if an escheat had not been perfected prior to the 

d kia, or *5^lKrMmry, 1877). takes to the exclusion of the right of the State to escheat, and 

sistb day of *^^J^ vc or naturalised heirs. (Code of Ala. % 2831.) 

dnote '^'"'^^^y^gxB judgments in justice's court an appeal may be taken to city or eirooit 
'"^ (3) 



4 LAWS OF ALABAMA. 

court from any judsmeDt. in five days : from city, circuit, and chancery courts to Bupreme 
court from final judgments or decrees in twelve months, and from interlocutory decrees ia 
thirty days; from probate court to supreme court witliin the times provided as to differ- 
ent matters, from five days to six months. If an appeaJ is taken in the vocation of the 
supreme court, it is returnable to the next ensuing term, but if taken during the terai it 
must be made returnable to the first Monday of the term next after the expiration of twenty 
days from the date of the appeal. 

Arrest. — Under the Constitution there can be no imprisonment for debt. 

AsslKnments. — Except as afifected by the national bankruptcy act of 1808, the fok 
lowing statute respecting assignments is in force. 

Assignments for the security or benefit of creditors are governed by the common law, 
with the exception that every general assignment or conveyance by a debtor of substan- 
tially all his property in payment of a prior debt by which a preference is given inures to 
the benefit of all the creditors of the grantor equally. A general assignment includes every 
judgment confessed and attachment procured by a debtor, or other disposition of pro- 
perty by which a debtor conveys all, or substantially all, of his property subject to execution 
in payment of or as security for a prior debt, or charges such property with the payment 
of such debt. It inures to the benefit of the existing, not of the subsequent, creditors of the 
grantor. Deeds of assignment must as soon as executed be filed and recorded in the ofiice 
of the probate judge of the county in which the property is situated, and are operative as 
other deeds from the day of delivery to the judge. The assignment making preferences it 
not by the statute rendered fraudulent or void: the preference of creditors Is bk>tted out, 
and it remains a security, or trust, for all creditors. Several successive conveyances of 
substantially all the property of a debtor may, if their execution was within the contem- 
plation of the parties, be taken as one instrument, and operate a general sssignment. 

Mortgages, or pledges or pawns, made for the security of debts contemporaneously con- 
tracted, are not within the operation of the statute. 

Mortgages or-other security for preexisting debts are fraudulent and void as to credlton 
of the grantor " when any creditor provided for thereby is required to make any release, or 
to do any other act impairing his existing rights, before participating in or receiving the 
•ecurity therein provided for htm." (Code of Ala. i 4287.) 

An assignee in a general assignment for the benefit of creditors is not regarded as a pur- 
ohaser for value, or the representative of creditors: he is bound and affected by all the 
equities, and subject to all the defenses, which would have bound or affected the assignor. 

Attachments. — Attachments may issue for the collection of a debt, whether due or not 
and may be sued out whore the property is, without reference to the residences of the parties; 
for any money demand, the amount of which can be certainly ascertained; to recover dam- 
ages for the breach of a contract where the daniages are not certain or liquidated, or vbert 
the action sounds in damages merely: upon aflSdavit made by the creditor or his agent 
that the debtor absconds, secretes himself, or resides out of the State, so that process cannot 
be served upon him, or is about to remove his property out of the State, whereby the plain- 
tiff may lose his debt or be compelled to sue for it in another State; or that the debtor has 
fraudulently disposed of or is about fraudulently disposing of his property; or that he baa 
money, property, or effects liable to satisfy his debts, which he fraudulently withbdds, 
and stating the amount due, and that the attachment is not sued out for the purpose of 
vexing or harassing the debtor; and upon the plaintiff's executing bond payable to the de- 
fendant in double the amount sworn to be due, an attachment may issue against the estate 
of the defendant, real and personal. Attachments auxiliary to suits pending may be iasaed 
on the same grounds as original attachments, in which case the suits proceed as if com- 
menced by original attachment. (Code of Ala. i 2924.) Attaching creditors are paid in the 
order of time of the levy, and do not share pro rata. 

The plaintiff, his agent or attorney, is required, when the attachment is sued out other- 
wise than upon the ground that defendant is a non-resident, to enter into a bond in double 
the amount claimed by the plaintiff with suflScient sureties; if the attachment is on the 
ground of the non-residence of the defendant, the writ issues at plaintiff's election, with or 
without bond, and if without bond, should the defendant before the return day thereof 
make an unqualified appearance in the cause, it is the duty of the clerk to give notice to 
the plaintiff, and, unless bond is given within twenty-four hours thereafter, the levy shall 
be discharged. The number of sureties is not fixed by statute, though two are usually 
required by the officer approving the bond. Sureties need not be the owners of real property. 
The plaintiff, his agent or attorney, may make the affidavit. Guarantee companies which 
have qualified according to law are accepted as surety. 

A non-resident of the State may sue out an attachment against the property of a non- 
resident for an existing debt or ascertained liability, but the plaintiff, his agent or attorney. 
b required, in addition to the oath necessary in other cases, to swear that, according to the 
beat of his knowledge, information, and belief, the defendant has not sufficient property 
within the State of his residence wherefrom to satisfy the debt ; and must also give bond 
aa in other cases, with surety resident in this State. (Code of Ala. f 2930.) Process of at< 
tachment may issue against foreign corporations having property in the State, for the 
recovery of debts, or to recover damages for a breach of contract when the damages are 
not certain or liquidated, or in cases where the action sounds in damages m^^ly, in the 
same manner and subject to the same rules as in case of natural personi residing v/ithout the 
State (Co Je of Ala. S 2935.) Soe GarnishmenL 



LAWS OF ALABAMA. 5 

When Ml attaehmeoi is sued out agMnst a ntideni of the State* the eadae stands for trial, 
and judfmeot may be obtained at first term of court, if notice of the levy is given to the 
defendant in person or in writing left at his residence in the county. If the residence of 
the defendant is in another county than that to which the attachment is returnabie» written 
notice posted at the door of the court-house, and a copy sent by mail, addressed to the de- 
fendAot. to the ixMt-offioe nearest his residence, is requisite. (Code of Ala. f 2932.) Or, if 
the, defendant resides without the State, the cause stands for trial at first term, if notice of 
tbe attachment and levy i» given by advertisement for three successive weeks in a news- 
paper, a copy of which must be sent by mail to the defendant, if his residence is known, 
or can be ascertained. (Code of Ala. § 2931.) Goods or chattels levied upon by attachment 
may be replevied by the defendant, or in bis absence by a stranger, by the execution of 
bond with sufficient surety, payable to the plaintiflf, in double the value of the property 
replevied, with condition for the return of the property within thirty days after the rendition 
of judgment in favor of plaintiff. If the property b not delivered within thirty dasrs after 
judgmeot, it is the duty of the sheriff to return the bond forfeited, and then executions may 
issue thereon against principal and sureties for the value of the property, ss fixed by the 
sheriff or other officer, with interest thereon from date of the bond, and for the costs of the 
replevy and of the execution. (Code>of Ala. S 2955.) 

Chattel Mortgages. — The statute denounces as Invalid all future mortgages of per- 
sonal property not in writing and subscribed by tbe mortgagor. (Code of Abi. i 4288.) 

Conveyances of personal property to secure debts, or to provide indemnity, are inopera* 
Uve and void against creditors and purchasers without notice until recorded, unless the 
property is brought into this State subject to such incumbrances, in which case they must- 
be recorded in the county into which it is brought within three months of its arrival. (Code 
of Ala. I 3377) ; and if such property is removed to a different oounty from that in which 
the grantor resides, the conveyance must be recorded within three months from the removal, 
or it cesses to have effect as to creditors and purchasers from the grantee without notice. 
(Code of Ala. i 3386.) 

Ck>oveyanoes of personal property to secure debts, or for indemnity, must be recorded in 
tbe county where the grantor resides, and also in the county where the property is at the 
date of the conveyance; if the property is removed to another county, the conveyance must 
be again recorded within three months from such removal, in the county to which it is 
removed. (Code of Ala. S 3378.) 

No renewal of chattel mortgages is necessary. They may be foreclosed as follows: I. 
By aelltng the property under a power of sale contained in the mortgage. 2. By an action 
of detinue to recover possession. 3. By bill in equity for foreclosure. The rights of a mort- 
gagee cannot be affected by the mortgagor remaining in possession of mortgaged chat- 
tels after forfeiture, except by some act or consent of the mortgagee. All the original rights 
of the mortgagee are preeerved. The reservation of the possession of stock in trade, and of 
the right to doU therewith, is fraudulent as against the creditors of the mortgagor. See 
TndDteiU. 

Claims agaliut Estates of Deceased Persons. — Administration of an Intestate's 
estate must be granted^ in following order, if persons are willing and fit to serve: 1. The 
husband or widow. 2. The next of kin entitled to share in the distribution of the estate. 
3. The largest creditor of the intestate residing within the State. 4. Such other person as 
the judge of probate may appoint. (Code of Ala. f 2520.) Aliens, resident or non-resident, 
may act as executors. Non-resident may be appointed administrator of estate of non- 
naident, when deeedent leaves property in thw State. Estate to be administered as if be- 
longing to a resident. (Code of Ahk. i 2558.) Process may be served on such administrator 
through tbe mail. (Code of Ala. } 2563.) Executors and administrators must, except when 
exempted, give bond in at least double the estimated value of the entire estate. (<Dode <^ 
Ala. I 2540.) Executors may be exempted from giving bond by the will, but any person 
interested in the estate may, upon proper showing, require bond. (Code of Ala. i 2541.) 
Executors and administrators must, within one month from grant of letters, give notice 
of appcHntment, etc., and notify all persons having claims against the estate to present 
the same within time allowed by law (Code of Ala. f 2586.) Foreign representative may 
soe for or receive property in this State by recording, at any time before judgment, or receiv- 
ing property, in the office of the probate judge of the county where the suit is brought 
or the property received, (1) copy of his letters duly authenticated, (2) giving bond with 
approved sureties. (Code of Ala. f 2825.) 

Debts against estates of decedents are to be paid in the following order: 1. Funeral ex- 
peiMs. 2. Expenses of administration. 3. Expenses of last sickness. 4. Taxes due prior 
to decedent's death. 5. Debts due employees as such for services rendered during the year 
of the death of the deeedent. 6. Other debts. No preference among debts of same class. 
(Code of Ala. I 2597.) 

Executors and administrators must make annual settlements of their administration. 
Tbey may be required to account at any time if necessary for the interest of the estate. 
Final settlement may be made at any time after twelve months from the grant of letters, if 
ooaditioD of estate will permit. (Code of Ala. H 2666, 2667.) 

All clatina against the estate of a deceased person must be presented withiil twelve 
SMMths after the same have accrued, or within twelve months after the grant of adminis- 
tntioof aod if not presented within that time are forever barred. Infants and lunatics are 



6 LAWS OF ALABAMA. 

allowed eigHteen months after the removal of their disabilitiee to present their claims. All 
claims must be veri6ed by affidavit of the claimant, or some other person having know^ 
ledge, of the correctness of the claim, and that the amount claimed is justly due or to beooois 
due after allowing all proper credits. (Code of Ala. f 2690 et »eq.) 

Presentation is made to the representative, or by filing the claim or a statement thereof 
in the office of the probate judge of the county where letters were granted* in which case 
the same must be docketed with a note of the time of presentation. 

No suit must be commenced against the representative of an estate until the lapse of six 
months after the grant of administration; and no judgment must be rendered against 
such representative until the expiration of twelve months aftsr the grant of administratioD. 
(Code of Ala. i 2S03.) 

Claims against insolvent estates are barred unless filed in the office of the probate judge 
where such estate is being administered within six months after declaration of insolvency, 
or after the same accrue, unless it has been filed before insolvency was declared. The chum 
must be verified. When the claim is filed, verified by the oath of a person out of this State 
but within the United States, the oath may be made before a notary public, justice of the 
peace, or any judge of a court of record, or a commissioner of this State; and when made 
before a justice of the peace it must be certified that such officer was a justice of the peace, 
and that his attestation is genuine, by some judge of a court of record or a commissioner of 
this State ; when made before either of the other officers specified in this section, no other 
proof of the taking of such oath is necessary than the certificate of such officer. 

When such oath is taken out of the United States it may be taken before any judge of s 
court of record, mayor or chief magistrate of any county, city, borough, or town, notary 
public, or diplomatic, consular, or commercial agent of the United States; and no other 
proof of the taking of such oath is necessary than the certificate of such officer. (Code of 
Ala. U 2776. 2777.) See Exemptiont by Statute. , 

Claims, Proof of. — See Proof of Clair^. 

Conditional Sales. — Ck>nditional sales may be made of personal property and possessioa 
given, the seller retaining title till purchase-money is fully paid. Such contract is, however, 
void as to purchasers for a valuable consideration, mortgagees, and judgment creditors with- 
out notice, unless in writing and recorded in the office of the judge of probate of the county 
in which the party so obtaining possession resides, and also the county in which the property 
is delivered and remains, except when amount leas than two hundred dollars, when the same 
need not be recorded in counties of more than eighty thousand inhabitants. (Code of Ala. 
§ 3394.) 

Consignments. — See Frauds. 

Constitution. — The present constitution became effective November 28, 1901. 

Corporations. — Three or more persons may become incorporated for the purpose of 
carrying on any lawful business of any kind or nature upon making and filing a certificate 
in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the principal place of business 
of the corporation is to be established, which certificate is to be signed by all the subscribers 
to the capital stock named therein, and shall set forth (1) the name of the corporation; (2) 
the objects for which the corporation is formed ; (3) the location of its principal office in this 
State; (4) the amount of capital stock authorized, which in no case shall be lees than two 
thousand dollars ; (5) the number of shares in which it is divided ; (fi) the amount of capital 
stock with which it will begin business, which shall not be lees than twenty-five per cent, 
of the authorised stock, and in no case less than one thousand dollars (banks cannot be 
organised with less than twenty-five thousand dollars capital, and insurance companies can- 
not be organised with less than one hundred thousand dollars capital); (7) the name and 
address of the officer authorised to receive subscriptions ; (8) the names and addresses of the 
Incorporators, and the number of shares subscribed for by each ; (9) the names and addresses 
of the directors and officers chosen ; (10) the limit of duration of the corporation. Railroads, 
railways, navigation and transport companies, and companies formed for the purpose of 
constructing, operating, or maintaining, or purchasing any work of internal improvement or 
public utility, will have to make special statements with the certificate. The incorporators 
may add any other provisions for the internal regulation of the corporation not inconsisteat 
with the general law. The certificate shall have attached to it a statement under oath by 
the person authorized to receive subscriptions showing the amount of stock secured by 
contracts for property and services, and the amount paid in cannot be less than twenty per 
cent, of the whole subscribed for, and in no case less than one thousand dollars. Banks are 
required to have not less than sixty per cent, of the subscribed capital paid in, and insur- 
ance companies not less than one hundred thousand dollars. This certificate shall be filed and 
recorded in the office of the probate judge, the fees being fifteen cents for each one hundred 
words and two and one half dollars for examining certificate; a charter fee of one dollar for 
every one thousand dollars of proposed capital, in no case less than five dollars, and two and 
one half dollars fee for filing with secretary of state. Upon the filing of this certificate, and 
payment of the fees, the corporation is organized. The probate judge is required to file a 
certificate in the office of the secretary of state, giving the name of and all necemary details 
connected with the corporation. The corporation thus organised has all of the general powers 
of corporations, but subject to the constitutional provision that no bonded indebtedness 
shall be created or increased, nor its real estate mortgaged, except by the oonseot of the 
majority in v»lue of the capital stock. Meetings of directors and stockholders may be held 
within or without the State, but when this last is done a record of proceedings is required to 



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b« kept in the State. Corporations are specially autboiiied to carry on their buaineaa outside 
of the State, and they may consolidate, and increase or decrease their stock and bonded 
iodebtedDeas: alter or amend their charters: renew or extend their corporate existence. 
Railroads and other corporations may exercise the right of eminent domain in the manner 
provided by law, except provision for the construction and maintenance of street railroads 
and telephone and telegraph lines. A railroad corporation is authorised to convey its fran- 
ehiae to a foreign corporation, provided the foreign corporation shall keep an office in this 
State; railroad corporations are authorized to consolidate with foreign corporations. Street 
railway, gas, electric, and water companies are authorized to contract with municipal au- 
thorities for use of streets, public roads, and public places of the communities, and for sup- 
plying them with gas, water, and electricity. Banking and trust companies are authorised 
to become trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, and receivers. AH banks must be 
on specie basis. Subscriptions to capital stock must be paid in money, but this obligation 
may be (Useharged in labor or property at a reasonable valuation thereof, but this can be 
done only where the subscription contract specifies it. Stockholders are liable for the debts of 
the corporation only to the extent of unpaid stock. Shares of stock of the cori)oratlon are 
peisonal property, and transfers or purchases of the cmpany's stock must be noted on the 
books of the corporation within fifteen days or are void as to subsequent purchasers without 
notice. Executors and administrators, domestic and foreign, may transfer stock. Shares of 
stock are subject to levy and sale aa other personal property, and the corporation has a lien 
on the shares for any unpaid debt or liability by one of its stockholders. A corix>ration must 
have at least three directors, and a majority constitutes a quorum for the transaction of the 
business. Non-user for five years works a forfeiture of the franchise. Stockholders' meetings 
to be held annually, but failure to hold meetings does not work forfeiture. Corporations 
organised under the act may consolidate or merge by a two thirds majority in value of the 
capital stock of each corporation. Dissenting stockholders can have their stock appraised 
and the money value paid to them. The consolidated corporation acquires all the franchises, 
rights, and property of each of the several corporations consolidated. Preferred stock may be 
tsued by a vote of two thirds of the stockholders at a meeting called for that purpose. The 
number of directors may be increased or diminished; charters may be changed and the 
rights, and powers amended by action of the stockholders of the company ; all papers being 
filui in the office of the judge of probate, — the one limitation being that these amendments 
can only contain such provisions as are consistent with the purposes expressed on the 
original certificate. The holders of all of the capital stock may dissolve the cori)oration by 
voluntary action, or two thirds in value may dissolve it by proceeding in the chancery 
court Upon insolvency, creditors or stockholders may apply to the chancery court for an 
injunctioa and receiver and for the winding up and dissolution of the corporation. Cor- 
porations operating any public utility and enjoying franchises under contract with any 
city or town, which shall fail, after reasonable notice of default in the performance of their 
contracts, are subject to special proceedings in the chancery court by the city authorities 
to compel them to do so, and upon decree ascertaining a default, failure to perform the 
decree sobjects them to dissolution. Corporations whose charters expire by limitation 
or any other cause, except by judicial decree, still exist as such corporations for a term of 
bve years after dissolution for the purpose of winding up their affairs. 

Portign CorporaiionB. — By Constitution of 1901, section 232, which is a reproduction of 
article 4, section 4. of the Constitution of 1875. it is provided that " no foreign corporation 
ean do any business in this State without having at least one known place of business, and 
so authorized agent or agents therein, and without filing with the secretary of state a certi- 
fied copy of its articles of incorporation, or association," and by statute it is made unlawful 
for any person to act as agent or transact any business in this State for or on behalf of any 
foreign corporation which has not a known place of business in the State, and an author- 
ued agent thereat. (Code 1896, S§ 3644, 3645.) It has been decided that a single transac- 
tion is a "doing of business" within the State, and no contractual rights based on business 
done in this State can be enforced by a foreign corporation which has not compiled with the 
constitutional and statutory provisions: but it has also been decided that executed contra<;t8, 
umI obtUvU conveyances, although made with or to such foreign corporations, are unassail- 
able. 

iMtnm Tax. — Every foreign corporation (except railroad, telegraph, and certain other 
corporations) authorised to do business in the State is required to pay a license tax of one 
tenth of one per cent, to the State, and one half of that sum to the county, on the actual 
a<nount of capital employed within this State, for the privilege of exercising its corporate 
franchises; and every foreign corporation not theretofore authorized to do business is re- 
quired to pay a tax of one tenth of one per cent, upon the amount of capital to be employed 
in the State before filing in the office of the secretary of state the papers necessary to entitle 
It to do busineeB in this State, and an annual license tax of ten dollars to secretary of state. 

Courts, Jurisdiction and Terms of. — See Court Calendar for A lcU>ama. 

I>eeds. — All persons of the age of twenty-one years not under legal incapacity may 
afien lands, or any interest therein, immediate or future, certain or uncertain, or may de- 
vise the same by will. (Code of Ala. S 3354.) No leasehold estate can be created for a longer 
<«nD than twenty (Code of Ala. § 3418) years. A married woman. «if over the age of eighteen 
yeara may release her dower in the lands of her husband. 

Afiesatioos of landSi or of any right or interest therein (other than of the homestead;, 



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must be written or printed, on parchment or paper, and must be signed at their foot by 
the contracting party, or his or her agent having written authority; or, if he is not able to 
aiffn his name, then his name must be written for him, with the words, 'his mark* written 
against the same or over it. The execution of such conveyance must be attested by one. 
or, when the party cannot write, by two witnesses who are able to write, aod who most 
sign their names as witnesses." (Code of Ala. { 3355 el aeq.) 

The wife may relinquish dower by joining with the husband in a conveyance, attested 
by two witnesses, or acknowledged before an officer having authority to take the acknow- 
ledgment of conveyances ; or, subsequent to a conveyance by the husband, by an instru- 
ment in writing, executed in the presence of two attesting witnesses, or acknowledged 
before an officer having authority to take the acknowledgment of conveyances. (Code of 
Ala. S 3818 et aeq.) When the wife has been legally declared insane the husband may con- 
vey any of his real estate except the homestead, as if single ; but the conveyance shall state 
that the grantor is a married man and that his wife is insane, and shall have attached to it 
a copy of the judgment of the court declaring the wife insane. (Code of Ala. S 4495.) 

Conveyances by insane persons to bona fide purchasers voidable only. (Code, | 3347.) 

Acknowledgment and proofs of conveyances may bo written, printed, or pasted on, and 
may be taken by judges of the supreme and circuit courts and their clerks, chancellors 
and registers in chancery, judges of the courts of probate and their clerks, justices of the 
peace, and notaries public (a notary public may be ex-officio a justice of the peace, and wheo 
acting as such no seal is necessary — otherwise an official seal is required.) (Code of Ab. 
§ 3358.) The certificate is prima facie proof of officer's authority. (51 Ala. 95.) If taken in 
other States of the United States, they may be taken by judges and clerks of any fedo-al 
court, judges and clerks of any court of record in any State, notaries public, or commis- 
sioners appointed by the governor of Alabama. Beyond the limits of the United States, 
such acknowledgments and proofs may be taken by the judge of any court of record, mayor 
or chief magistrate of any city, town, borough, or county, notaries public, oroy any diplo- 
matic, consular, or. commercial agent of the United States. (Code, | 3359.) In no case need 
the United States consul certify the character of the official taking the acknowledgment. 

Powers of attorney to convey property may be proven or acknowledged in the same 
manner and must be received as evidence to the same extent as conveyances. 

If the grantor is unknown, his or her identity may be established by evidence satisfactory 
to the officer taking the acknowledgment. 

(Acknowledgment by Husband and Wife.] 

County, j 

I (name and style of the officer) hereby certify that John Brown and Sarah Brown his 
wife, whose names are signed to the foregoing conveyance and who are known to me (or 
made known to me), acknowledged before me on this day that, being informed of the con- 
tents of the conveyance, they executed the same voluntarily, on the day the same bears date. 

Given under my hand this day of a. d. 19 

((Jode of Ala. i 3361.) Note: The officer should strike out either the words "known to 
me," " or made known to me," as the case may be. (Signature and title.) 

The examination of the wife separate and apart from her husband is necessary to convey 
the title to any homestead exempted by the laws of this State, when the homestesd is the 
property of the husband. This examination may be had before any officer authorised to 
take acknowledgments and proofs of conveyances (see above), who must indorse thereon a 
certificate in writing in the following form: — 

State of Alabama, i 

County of j 

I, judge (chancellor, notary public, or justice of the peace, as the ease may be) 

hereby certify, that on the day of 19 came before me the within named 

known to me to be the wife of the within named who, being by me examined 

separate and apart from her husband, touching her signature to the within acknow- 

ledged that she signed the same of her own free will and accord, and without fear, con- 
straint, or threats on the part of her husband. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand 
this day of 19 . 

A. B., Judge (chancellor, notary public, or justice of the peace). 
[Acknowledgment by Corporation.] 
The State of Alabama, ) 

COU.VTY. ) 

I, (name) a (style of office) in and for said county in said State, hereby certify that (name) 
whose name as (style of office) of the (name of corporation), a corporation, is signed to the 
foregoing conveyance, and who is known to me, acknowledged before me on this day that, 
being informed of the contents of the conveyance, he, as such officer, and with fiiH 
authority, executed the same voluntarily for and as the act of said corporation. 
Given under my hand this day of 19 . 

(Signature and title.) 
[Proof by Subscribing Witness.] 
The State of 



The State of , 



County. ' *** 



I (name and style of officer), hereby certify that a subscribing witness to the for^ 



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going eoBTeysnoe, known to me. appeared before me thia day, and, being sworn, stated 
that the grantor in the conveyance, voluntarily executed the same in bis presence, 

and in the presence of the other subecribing witness, on the day the aame bears date; ihak 
he attested the same in Oie presence of the grantor and of the other witness, and tiiat suoh 
other witness subscribed his name as a witness in his presence. 
Given under my liand tlus day of a. d. 19 

(Code of Ala. | 3362.) (Signature and title.) 

A II instruments purporting on their face to be under seal are taken as sealed instruments. 
A scroll answers as a seal. (Code of Ala. i 3363.) Consideration of sealed instruments 
may be impeached and inquired into by plea. 

Deposlttona. — (Code of Ala. f 4030 et aeq.) — Evidence in actions at law may be taken 
by deposition when the witness is a woman, or from age, infirmity, or sickness is unable to 
attend court, or resides more than one hundred miles from the place of trial, or resides out 
of, or is absent from, the State, or is about to leave the State and will probably not return 
until after the trial, or when the claim of defense, or a material part thereof, depends exclu- 
sively on the evidence of the witness, or when the witness is the governor of the State, or a 
state official, or of a profession or calling such as to prevent attendance upon the place of 
trial. Affidavit setting forth some one of the foregoing causes and that the witness is mate- 
rial most be filed in the cause. Thereupon the clerk must issue a commission to one or 
more persons to take such deposition and give notice to the opposite party, or his attorney, 
of the time and place of taking it. If the party on whom the notice is to be served resides 
out of the county, and has no attorney of record, it is sufficient to file the notice with th** 
papers in the cause for the length of time prescribed. It is the duty of the commiosioner 
to reduce the answers of the witnesb to writing, or cause it to be done by the witness, or some 
impartial person, at near as may be in the language of the toUnees, having first sworn him to 
ffpc«k the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth; the deposition when completed 
must be read over to the witness and by him subscribed. , After the signature of the witness, 
the oommiffiioner appends n certificate of the manner, time, and place of taking the deposi- 
tioa, that the testimony was read to the witness and by the witness signed in his presence, 
that be has personal knowledge of the identity of the witness as the person named in the 
commission, or has had proof made of his identity, and that he is not of counsel or of kin 
to any of the parties to thS cause, or in any manner interested in the result thereof. This 
cmtificate is signed by the commissioner. The package containing the deposition, sealed 
and addressed to the clerk of the court, may be sent by mail or private conveyance. 

Depositions may be taken stenographicaUy and afterwards transcribed on the typewriter, 
but such transcript must be signed by the witness in the presence of the commissioner 
authorised to take the deposition. 

Depositions of non-resident witnesses may be taken and perpetuated when suit has com- 
menced, or upon affidavit that affiant is or expects to be a party to the suit. 

Depositions of witnesses in chancery causes are taken in the same way, using the same 
forms. When the w'itness resides more than one hundred miles from the place of trial, or 
resides out of or is absent from the State, the testimony must be taken by interrogatories 
in the following manner: The party after making affidavit may file with the clerk the inter- 
rogatories to be propounded to the witness, of which and of the residence of the witness, 
and of the commissioner to be appointed, he must give the opposite party, or his attorney, 
notice in writing, who has ten da}^ thereafter to file cross-interrogatories, to which the 
party filing the interrogatories may file rebutting interrogatories; after the expiration of 
ten days the clerk must issue a commission to take the deposition, which may be taken at 
iuch time and place as the commissioner may appoint. When the witness resides within one 
hundred miles of the place of trial either (»arty may require an oral examination and must 
fdve due notice of such requirement; unless there is such requirement, all testimony in 
chancery eases must be taken by interrogatories. (Code of Ala. S 3139 et eeq.) The commis- 
■OD b issued by the register in chancery, and returned to him. 

Forms of caption and certificate for taking depositions on interrogatories: — 

JoBif Dor. j 

I. A. B., one of the commissioners named in the annexed commission, caused to come 
before me at in the county of State of C. D.. a witness examined by the 

pisintiff in the annexed stated cause, and having sworn him (or affirmed him) on the Holy 
EvangeUats, the truth to speak, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, he deposes and 
says as folk>WB: — 

1. To the first direct interrogatory he saith, — 

(Here write the answer as near as noay be in the language of the witness.) 

2. 

If there are cross or rebutting interrogatories, proceed in the same manner. 

To the first cross-interrogatory he saith, — 

When the examination is closed the witness must sign his name to the deposition — ' 
thus:— CD. 

The oommlasion or commissioners then add the following certificate: — 
I (ot we), A. B., said oommiseioner, hereby certify that I caused to come before me at 



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in the county of State of the abore named wf tnen C. D. ; that be vai 

duly sworn and examined; that bin evidencs was taken down as near as may be to h» 
own lanffuaire. and was read over to him, and by him subscribed in my presenee, and tb%t 
the identity of the said witness is linown to me (or has been made known to me by proof 
made by E. F.) as the same person named in the interrogatories and the commission annexed 
and that I am not of counsel or kin to eitlier of the parties to the cause, or in any manner 
interested in the result thereof, as witness my tiand and seal this day of a. d. 

19 A. B.. Commissioner, fl^ 6.1 

The deposition is then folded with the commission. Interrogatories, and exhibits of papen 
attached, if any, in a packet sealed and directed to the clerk as follows: — 



Richard Rob 



vs. 



In the Circuit Court of 
State of 



John Doe. ' To G. H., 

Deposition of C. D. j Clerk of the Circuit Court of County. 

The commissioner usually writes his name across the seab. 

Descent and Distribution of Real and Personal Property. — (Code of Ala. f 3754 
et aeq.) — The real and personal estate of persons dying intestate descends, subject to 
the payment of debts, the charges against the estate, and the widow's dower. — Ist. To 
the children of the intestate or their descendants, per etirpest in equal parts. Plereonil 
estate is to be distributed as the real estate, except that if there are no children the widov 
takes all the personalty. If one child, she takes one half. If there is more than one child. 
and not more than four children, she is entitled to a child's part; if there are more than 
four children, to one fifth. 2d. If there be no husband or widow or children or descend- 
ants of children, but parent or parents, the estate descends, first, to parents in equal por- 
tions. 3d. If but one parent survives, one half goes to the parent and one half to the brothers 
and sisters of deceased or their descendants ; and if there be no brothers or sisters or de- 
scendants, the entire estate.goes to the surviving parent. 4th. If there are no children of 
their descendants, or parents, the estate descends to the brothers and sisters or their descend- 
ants in equal parts. 5th. And if none of these, then to the next of kin in equal degree in 
equal parts. If no relations, then to the husband or wife, if capable of taking. 0th. If no 
relations and no hupband or wife, the estate escheats to the State. The lineal descendjintfl 
in equal degree represent their ancestor, taking the share to wfiich he would be entitled if 
living. There is no representation among collaterals except with the descendants of the 
brothers and sisters of the intestate. The degree must be computed according to the civil 
law. No distinction is made between the whole and the half blood in the same degree unless 
the inheritance came to the intestate by descent, devise, or gift from or of some one of his 
ancestors; in which case all those who are not of the blood of such ancestor are excluded 
from the inheritance as against those of the same dei^ree. 

Posthumous children of the intestate inherit as if born in his lifetime. NTo right of in- 
heritance accrues to any other person unless bom at the death of the i/itestate. 

Illegitimate children inherit of their mother in whole or in part as if born in wedlock. 

Aliens take and hold property as native citiaens. (Oxie of Ala. f 2831.) 

Where an inheritance descends to several, they take as tenants in common. 

If a married woman having a separate estate die, the husband is entitled to one half of 
the personalty of such estate absolutely, and to the use of the realty during life — unless be 
has been deprived of all control over it by decree of the chancery court. 

Divorce. — The court of chancery and other courts having chancery jurisdiction have 
power to divorce persons from the bonds of matrimony, or from bed and board, upon bill 
filed in chancery, by the aggrieved party, for the causes following: For impotenoy; for 
adultery; for voluntary abandonment from bed and board for two years next preceding the 
filing of the bill ; for imprisonment in the penitentiary for two years, the sentence bdng for 
seven years or longer; for the commission of the crime against nature, with mankind or 
beast, whether before or after marriage ; in favor of the wife, for habitual drunkenness of 
the husband, if not existing at the time of the marriage within the knowledge of the wife: 
for pregnancy of the wife, in favor of the hu.<)hand. at the time of marriage and without 
his knowledge or agency; and in favor of the wife for actuel Tiolenoe committed upon her 
by the husband, attended with danger to life or health, or when from his conduct there is 
reasonable apprehension of such violence; in favor of either party when the other has be- 
come addicted after marriage to habitual druukenness, and in favor of the wife when the 
husband has become addicted after marriage to the habitual use of opium, morphine, cocaine, 
or other like drugs. 

Pending suit for divorce, the court must make an allowance for the support of the wife 
out of the estate of the husband, having regard to the estate and the condition in life of the 
parties. When the divorce is granted, if the wife luw no separate estate, or if it be insuffi- 
cient for her maintenance, the chancellor must decree the wife an allowance out of tba 
estate of the husband, taking into consideration the value thereof and the condition of his 
family ; and when the divorce is for the misconduct of the husband, the allowance must be 
as liberal as the condition of his estate and family will permit. 

Divorce from the bonds of matrimony bars the wife of dower or any distributive share in 
the personal estate of the husband. A divorce deprives the husband of all control over the 
separate estate of the wife. Upon granting the divoroe. the court may give the custody of 
the children to either father or mother, having regard to the ago and sex of the children, 
and to the prudence and moral character of the parents. (Code of Ala. S 3793 ef ssQ.) 



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Appeab oto only be taken from <ieere«e of divorce within sixty days* and neither parir 
cao ramany withio this time. (Code of Ala. fi 2809-3811.) 

Dower. — The widow is entitled to dower of all lands of which the husband was seised 
in (ee during the marriage, or to which another was seised in fee to his use. or to which at 
the time of his de%th he had a perfect equity, having p«id the purchase-money thereof. 

The quantity of her dower interest is as follows: When the husband dies leaving no 
lineal descendanta. and his estate la solvent, one half of all his lands for life: if his estate 
is ioaolvent, or he leaves lineal descendants, one third part thereof. (Code of Ala. i 3812 
ti tfq.) For relinquishment of dower, see Deed9. 

ETidenoe. — See Te$Hmonu, ' 

ExecatliNis. — Ad execution is not a lien on real estate unless the judgment or decree 
has been roistered in the county where the land lies, and is a lien upon such personal pro- 
perty only as b actually levied upon. An execution on a registered judgment may issue at 
any time within ten years from date of judgment. See JudomeniB. (Code, } 4093, 4158.) 

Executions issue from justice's court after five days, returnable not lese than thirty nor 
m9re than sixty days; from city court ten days after judgment: fnnn circuit court any 
time within twenty days after close of term. Executions may be issued from any court 
iosUnter, after judgment on affidavit by plaintiff, his agent or attorney, that be is in danger 
of iosiog fruit of his judgment. See Stay of Execution ; Redemplitm. 

Exemptions* — The personal property of any resident of this State, to the value of one 
thousand dollars, to be selected by such resident, shall be exempted from sale on execution 
or other process of any court issued for the collection of any debt contracted since the 13th 
day of July, 1868. Every homestead, not exceeding eighty acres of land* the dwelling and 
appurtenances thereon, to be selected by the owner, and not in a city, town, or village, or 
in lieu thereof, at the option of the owner, any lot in a city, town, or village, with the dwelU 
ioc aod appurtenances thereon, owned and occupied by any resident of the State, and not 
exceeding the value of two thousand dollars, shall be exempted from sale on execution, or 
any other process from a court, for any debt contracted since the 13th day of July, 1868. 
The right of exemption hereinbefore secured may be waived by an instrument in writing, 
and. when such waiver relates to realty, the instrument must be signed by both husband 
^ad wife, and attested by one witness. 

Such exemption does not extend to any mortgage lawfully obtained ; but such mortgage 
or other alienation of such homestead, by the owner thereot, it a married man, shall not be 
valid without the voluntary signature aud assent of the wife of the same. The homestead 
of a family, after the death of the owner, is exempt from the payment of debts contracted 
since the 13th of July, 1868, in all cases during the minority of the children; or if the owner 
dies leaving a widow and no children, the same shall be exempt for her benefit, and the 
rents and profits thereof shall inure to her benefit. 

This exemption does not extend to cases of laborers' liens for work done and performed 
i<>r the person claiming such exemptions, or on a mechanic's lien for work done on the 
Itemises. 

Exemption hy Statute. (Code of AU. i 4164 el eeq.) — The personal property of any 
resident of this State, to the value of one thousand dollars, to be selected by him. The 
homestead of every resident, not exceeding one hundred and sixty aeres of Isuid, and ap- 
purtenances thereon, not exceeding two thousand dollars in value, owned and occupied by 
Mch resident, to be selected by the owner thereof, or, in lieu thereof, any lot in a city. 
town, or village, with the dwelling and appurtenances thereon, sud k>t not to exceed two 
thousand dollars in value. This exemption does not prevent a laborer's lien for work done 
iod performed for the person claiming an exemption, nor a mechanic's lien for work done 
00 the premises. No mortgage or other alienation of any homestead exempted by this a^t, 
by the owner thereof, if a married man, shall be valid without the voluntary signature and 
assent of the wife acknowledged before an officer authorised by Uw to take aoknowledg- 
B^nts of deeds. (See Deeds.) The wages, salaries, or compensation of laborers, and all 
employees for personal service, to the amount of twenty-five dollars per month, are exempt. 
The homestead of a family, not exceeding in value two thousand dollars, if in any city, 
town, or village, and not exceeding one hundred and sixty acres in quantity and two thou- 
■^ dollars in value, when the same is not in any city, town, or village, after the death of 
the owner thereof, and personal property to the .value of one thousand dollars, of any resi- 
deot of this State, male or female, after his or her death, is exempt from the payment of 
debts, provided such decedent, if a man, leaves surviving him a widow or minor child, and. 
if a woman, leaves surviving her a minor child or children. In addition to the exemptions 
beretofore allowed, there are the further exemptions of the wearing apparel of the deceased, 
the wearing apparel of the widow and children, all yarn and cloth on hand intended for 
their oie and consumption, the family bible and boolci, all family portraits and miniatures, 
uki such grain, stores, and groceries on hand as may be necessary for the subsistence of the 
family for twelve months, all of which is to be set apart by three disinterested persons, to 
be selected, two of them by the widow, if there be one, and one by the judge of probate. 
^ if there be no widow, then by three such persons to be appointed by the judge of 
pvobats. and turned over to the family forever free from administration aod the debts of 
tbe dceessed: and any live stock necessary for the subsistenoe of the family may be killed 
for their use at any time before the final settlement of the estate. 

In additk>n to the above there are exempt lots in cemeteries or elsewhere used for burial 



12 LAWS OF ALABAMA. 

I>lac«e, pews in churohee. all neoessary and proper wearing apparel for each OQ^ber of tbt 
famiiy, all family portraits, and books used in the family. 

Any resident of the State may waive, by an instrument in writing, his claim for the ex- 
emption of any property which is now or may be exempted from sale on execution or othff 
prooeas of any court, issued for the collection of any debt contracted either since the 13th 
day of July. 1868. or after the 5th day of December, 1876. (Code of Ala. i 4232 el stg.) 
Any person entering into a written contract or other obligation may in writing waive bis 
exemptions, either in whole or in part, specifying the part to which the waiver applim. 
Such waiver, if it relates to personal property, may be included in the contract or other 
obligation, and the intention to make the waiver must Be clearly expressed; but if the 
waiver relates to realty, it mast be made by a separate written instrument, signed by both 
husband and wife, if the resident has a wife, attested by one witness : and if the waiver b 
by a married man of the homestead right, or any part thereof, it must contain the voluntary 
signature and assent of the wife, whose separate acknowledgment must be taken and certified 
as in the case of a conveyance uf a homestead. See form of separate acknowledgment. 
Deeds. (Code of Ala. i 4233.) 

Frauds, Statute of. — Our statute is substantially the same bb the English statnte, 
except that purchase or sale of personal property to any amount by parol is not within the 
statute. Bankers, factors, consignees, attorneys, common carriers, or any other agent who 
fraudulently converts or secretes any money, property, or effects received by virtue of such 
employment are indictable for embesslement. (Code of Ala. { 4287 et »eq.) 

Gamlshmeiit. — Ad attachment may be executed by summoning any person indebted 
to the debtor to answer how much he is or will be indebted to such debtor by any contract 
■then existing, or what pro|>erty he has in his possession or under his control beloni^ng to 
such debtor. Judgment creditors, and, in any cause where summons and complaint have 
issued, the plaintiff, may obtain garnishment process against any one indebted to or having 
in his possession, or under his control, property, real or personal, upon making affidavit 
that such process-is necessary, and executing bynd as in attachment cases, but no bond is 
required when garnishment is issued on a judgment. 

Provisions as to requirements of bonds in attachment suits apply to garnishment pro- 
ceedings. The affidavit must state, if the garnishment issues on a judgment, that the gar- 
nishee is supposed to be indebted to, or have effects of, the defendant in his possession 
or under his control, and that plaintiff believes process of garnishment against such person 
to be necessary to obtain satisfaction of such judgment. When garnishment issues on sum- 
mons and complaint the affidavit must state, in addition to the above facts, the amount due 
from the defendant to the plaintiff. Debtor may execute bond and discharge garnishment. 

Attachments may be executed by garnishing any person indebted to, or havini; in hii 
possession, or under his control, property belonging to defendant. The plaintiff, his agent 
or attorney, may make the affidavit required in process of garnishment. 

Inherltanee Taxes. — No inheritance tax in this State. 

Insolvent Laws. — There are no insolvent laws in this State, except the laws refra- 
lating the administration of the insolvent estates of deceased persons, whereby it is pro- 
vided that during the progress of any suit against an executor or administrator he may. at 
any time before judgment, plead specially that the estate has been declared insolvent, and 
in such case the other issue must be tried and judgment rendered thereon; and if si:ch 
judgment is for the plaintiff, and it is shown to the court that such estate has been declared 
insolvent, the court must make an order to the effect that no execution issue on such judg- 
ment, but that the same be certified to the proper probate court; and if after judgment the 
estate is declared insolvent, the clerk or register of the court, in which judgment was ren- 
dered, must certify such judgments to the proper probate court, and no execution shaD 
issue against the executor or administrator 'personally. See ExectUiona. 

Interest. — The rate of interest on all contracts, open accounts, judgments, and decreet 
is eight per cent, per annum. The principal only can be recovered by law on usurious con- 
tracts when usury is pleaded. In such cases, defendant recovers full costs. (Code of .\la. 
i 4Q19 et aeq.) 

Jadgments. — Any judgment or decree of court of record becomes a lien on property 
of defendant in any county of this State for ten years, when a certificate of clerk or register 
of the court wherein such judgment was rendered is filed with probate Judge of the county 
and regbtered by him, showing the court which rendered the same, the amount of same and 
costs, date of rendition, the names of parties, and plaintiff's attorney, with date of filing' 
Such registration is notice to all persons of the existence of such lien. (Code of Ala. §| 4156. 
4157.) See EzeeiUiont. 

Judgments are proved by a certified transcript, and the mode of proof is not regulated by 
statute. 

Where service has been perfected by leaving a copy of the summons and complaint ^th 
the defendant twenty days or more before the return day of the process, judgment may be 
rendered at the first term to which the summons is made returnable. If the term of the 
court is but one week, the defendant must within the first day of the term file plea or demurrer 
to the complaint, and when term more than one week by noon of second day, In justices' 
courts, which are not courts of record, and which have jurisdiction in civil oases to the 
amount of one hundred dollars, judgment may be had after three days' notice. See Scrrire. 

license. — Commercial travelers, resident or non-resident, are subject to no tax. Any 



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petBOD ftcting as agwt of a f oreUpi insmnee company which haa not obtained a Hoenae is 
subject to heavy penalties. Corporation upon formation must pay Heenae. Bee CorpcrtUiong, 

lAfsan, — Landlords and their aasienees have liens on crops grown on the rented premises, 
for rent for the current year andJor supplies and matoials furnished the tenant; and for 
removal of the crop without pairing the rent and without consent of the landlord, attachment 
mav 'm\M. (Code of Ala. | 4734.) « 

Landlords of storehouses, dwelling-houses* and other buildings have a lien for- rent on 
the goods, furniture, and effects of the tenant* superior to all other than a Uen for taxes. 
The Hen oao be enforced by attachment, when, the tenant has fraudulently disposed, or is 
aboat fraudulently disposing, of his goods, or has made an assignment for the benefit of his 
ereditora, or a transfer of ail or substantially all of his goods, without payment of the rent 
for the term, and without the consent of the landlord : or, when the rent shall become due. 
he fails or refuses, on demand, to pay the same, or any installment thereof. A transferee 
ef the claim for rent has a like lien and the like remedy for its enforcement. (Code of Ala. 
1 4747.) 

Every mechanic, 6rm, association, corporation, or other person who shall do or perform 
aoy work or labor upon, or furnish any material, fixtures, engine, boiler, or machinery 
for, any building, article, or improvement on land, or for altering, repairing, or beautifying 
the same under or by virtue of any contract with the owner or proprietor thereof, or his 
agent, architect, trustee, contractor, or sub-contractor, upon compljring with the provisions 
hereafter set out, ahall have a Uen therefor on such building, article, or improvement, and 
OQ the land on which the same is situated, to the extent in ownership of all the right, title* 
and interest owned therein by such owner or proprietor, and in area of the entire lot or 
parcel of land, if in a city, town, or vilhyse; or if employees of a contractor, or persons fur* 
niahing material to him. shall extend only to the amount of any unpaid balance due the 
contractor by the owner or proprietor: and such employees and material-men shall also 
have a lien on auch unpaid balance. But if the firm, person, or corporation, before furniah* 
iag any auch material or articles, shall notify the owner or his agent in writing that such 
eertain apedfied materials or articles will be furnished by him to the contractor for use in 
the building or in the improvements of the owner at certain specified prices, unless he, the 
owner, or his agent, objects thereto, the furnisher of such materials or articles shall have his 
hen for the full price thereof specified in the notice to the owner as provided herein, regard- 
less of whether the amount of the claim for such article or material so furnished exceeds such 
unpaid balance or not. unless, on the notification above provided being given* the owner or 
h» agent shall notify auch furnisher in writing, before the materials or articles are used* 
that he will not be responsible for the price thereof. Such lien as to the land shall have 
priority over all other liens, mortgages, or incumbrances created subsequently to the com* 
meooement of work; and as to the building or improvement, it shall have priority over all 
other fiens, mortgages, or incumbranoee ; and the person entitled to such Uen may, when 
there is a prior lien, mortgage, or incumbrance on the land, have it enforced by a sale of the 
building or improvement, and the purchaser may within a reasonable time thereafter re- 
move the same. When the building or improvement is on leased premises, the lien attaches 
likewias to such building or improvement and to the unexpired term of the lease ; but the 
kasor of such premises shall have the fight to discharge such lien, or to prevent the removal 
of the building or improvement to which the lien has attached, by paying the value of the 
aune. It shall be the duty of every original contractor within six months, and of every 
journeyman and day laborer within thirty days, and of every other person entitled to such 
hen within four months after the indebtedness has occurred, to file in the office of the judge 
(^probate of the county in which the property upon which the lien is sought to be established 
k aitaatsd, a statement in writing, verified by the oath of claimant or of some other person 
having knowledge of the facts, containing a just and true account of the demand secured 
by the lien, after all the just credits have been given, a description of the proparty on 
vhieh the lien is claimed, and the name of the owner or proprietor thereof, and no error in 
amount or name of the owner or proprietor shall affect the lien: and unless such statement 
k m filed the lien shall be lost. If the oath to such statement is made beyond this State, it 
nay be administered by any officer authorised to take acknowledgments and proofs of 
conveyances beyond this State. The date of filing of such claim shall be indorsed on the 
tatanent by the judge of probate and the same shall be recorded. When the land on 
vhich the building or improvement is situated is not in a city, town, or village, and exceeds 
in area one acre, any person having a lien, or his personal representative, may at any time 
prior to filing his statement in the office of the judge of probate select the one acre which 
■hall be subject to the lien: such selection to include the site of such building or improve- 
ment and the lands contiguous thereto, and to constitute but one lot or parcel. Every per- 
■on except the original contractor who may wish to avail himself of the provisions of this 
set ahall, before filing his statement in the office of the judge of probate, give ten days' 
sotice in writing to the owner or proprietor, or his agent, that he claims a Uen on such 
boiUing or improvement, setting forth the amount thereof, for what and from whom it is 
oviag; and after such notice, any unpaid balance in the hands of the owner or proprietor 
■haU be held subject to such lien : but this provision shall not apply to any materials or 
srticles forniahed the owner of which he was notified as provided in the first part of this 
set. The original contractor shall, when so required, furnish to the owner or proprietor a 
•ooiplete list of ail the material-men or others who might have a lien under this act, and, if 



14 LAWS OF ALABAMA. 

he fails or refuses to do so, he shall thereby forfeit his ri^t to a lien hereunder. When the 
amount invdved exceeds fifty dollars, actions for the enforcement of wuAi liens may Im 
brought in the circuit court, or court of like jurisdiction, or in the chancery court of the 
county in which the property is situated: in ail other cases, such actioos shall be bronxht 
before justices of the peace. Liens under this act shall be deemed lost unless suit for the en- 
forcement thereof is oommenced within six months after the maturity of the entire indebt' 
edness secured thereby. (Code of AU. f 4754 el ssq.) 

Limitations. — Within twenty years, upon a judgment or decree of any court of the State 
of Alabama, of the United States, or of any State or Territory of the United States. Within 
ten years, actions founded on any contract or writing under seal, for the reoov«ry of laods, 
tenements, hereditaments, or the possession thereof; motions and other actions against slier* 
iffs, coroners, constables, and other public officers for nonfeasance, misfeasance, or mal- 
feasance in office. Within six years, actions for trespass to person or libwty, such as fshe 
imprisonment or assault and battery, or to real or personal property, for the detentioD or 
eon version of personal property; on a promise in writing not under seal, or for the recovery 
of money upon a loan; upon a stated or liquidated account, or for arrean of rent due upoD 
a parol demise for the use and occupation of land : motions or other actions against the sure- 
ties of any public officer, or actions against the sureties of executors, administrators, or guard- 
ians for any misfeasance or malfeasance whatever of their principal ; the time computed from 
the act done or omitted by their principal which fixes the liabiUty of the surety; motions 
and other actions against attorneys at law for failing to pay over money of their clienti, or 
fofr neglect or omission of duty : any action upon a judgment of a justice oi the peace of this 
State: any action arising from simple contract or specialty, not herein specificiklly enumer- 
ated ; all actions founded on equities of redemption, where lands have been sold under a de- 
cree of the chancery court, existing in any person not a party to the prooeedinffi, who clsims 
vnder the mortgagor or grantor, in & deed of trust, within five years. Within four yesn, 
all actions or motions against any seeuticy to any writ of error, appeal, replevin, or forth- 
coming bond, executed in any cause, in any of the courts of the United States, or in uty 
other State or country except the State of Alabama. Within three years, actions to re- 
cover money due on an open or unliquidated account, computing the time from the date 
of the last item of the account, or from the time when, by contract or usage, the account is 
due. An open account, within the meaning of the statute, is one in which some term of the 
contract is not settled by the agreement of the parties, whether the account consists of one 
or of many items. The account is regarded as affected by the statute, when there are running 
or current dealings between the parties, which remain unclosed in the expectation of 
further transactions. Within two years, action by representative for death by wron^ui 
act. Within one year malicious prosecutions : for criminal conversation, for the seduction of 
a female, or breach of marriage promise ; for a penalty given by statute to the party ag- 
grieved, unless the statute imposing it prescribes a different limitation; for libel or slan- 
der ; against steamboats and other watercraft oommenced by attachment: for any injury to 
the person or rights of another not arising from contract and not herein specifically enumer« 
ated. 

The statute of limitations, according to the decision of the supreme eourt of the State, 
was suspended during the late war waged between the States of the Federal Union, from 
the 11th day of January, ISdl, to the 2l8t day of September, 1866. 

Infants, insane persons, and persons imprisoned for a term less than life on a criminal 
charge, have three years after arriving at age, or the removal of the disability, to bringsuit, 
make entry or defense No action can be oommenced after the lapse of twenty years from 
the accrual of the cause of action. (Code of Ala. f 4846 e( teg.) 

When any person is absent from the State during the period within which a suit might 
be brought against him, such period or periods of time must not be computed as a portion 
of the time necessary to create a bar. (Code of Ala. { 4844.) 

The bar created by the statute cannot be removed, except by a partial payment made 
upon the contract before the bar is complete, or an unconditional promise in writing. 

Married Women. — All property of wife at marriage, or to which she may becomeen- 
titled afterwards, is her separate property and not subject to the liabilities of the husband. 
The earnings of wife are her separate estate but she is not entitled to compensation forssr- 
vices for husband or family. All damages she may recover for injury to person or property 
are her separate estate. Husband not liable for contracts made or torts committed before 
marriage: wife remains liable as if sole. Husbsnd not liable for wife's contract after mar- 
riage, nor for torts committed by her. unless he participates : wife alone is liable for contracts 
made by her as if she were sole. Wife has full legal capacity to contract as if sole, except she 
shall not directly or indirectly become surety for her husband. Wife must sue alone at law 
or equity, and be sued alone upon all contracts made by her, or torts committed. Wife 
cannot alienate or mortgage lands or interest therein without husband joining in convesrancs 
or mortgage. Exception : If husband be rum eompoB^ has abandoned wife, is a non-resident 
of the State, or imprisoned under a two years' sentence, wife may alienate or mortgage her 
lands as if sole. Personal property may be disposed of by husband and wife by parol or other- 
wise. If living apart without fault upon her part, or husband non compoe^ wife disposes of it 
as if sole. Husband aud wife may contract directly with each other, but all transaottons 
between them are subject to rules of law as to persons in confidential relations. Wife cannot 
directly or indirectly become the surety of the husband. All property of the wife acquired in 



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any nuuBBer, and from any person, is her separate estate, subject to the provisions of this act. 
Exeeption: Pri^Mrty oonveyed to an aodve trustee for her benefit. Married woman may by 
wiA diqMse of her separate estate. 

The wife, havinc no separate estate where the husband dies leaving no lineal descendant, 
and his estate solvent, is entitled to be endowed ot one half; or, if he leaves Itneal descend- 
ants, or his estate insolvent, one third of all lands the husband died seised in fee simple, or 
Ui which another was seised for his use, or to whteh at the^ time of his death he had a per- 
fect equity, having; paid the purohaae-money. If she have a separate estate which. exc1u«- 
sive of rents, income, and profits, is equal to, or greater in value than her dower, interest, 
and distributive share in her husband's estate, estimating her dower interest in his land at 
aeven years' rent of the dower interest, she is not entitled to dower in. .or distribution oi 
bcr husband's estate. If her separate estate is less than such dower, interest, and distribu- 
tiTe share, estimated as above, he is entitled to so much as will make it equal. 

A woouin attains her legal majority at the end of twenty-one years. She may marry 
without the consent of her parents at the age of eighteen years. Marriage by any woman 
is the State under twenty-one but over eighteen years of age removes the disability of mi- 
nority. Contract as to real property by alien married woman haa aame effect as though ab» 
were a resident married woman. 

Mcchanles* Uens. — See Lien; 

Mortsi^pes. — Mortgages are executed and acknowledged in the same manner as deeds. 
Uiually they contain a power of sale authorising foreclosure without the intervention of the 
eoort, by publication of a notice. They may be foreclosed upon failure to pay any portion 
rither of iH-incipai or interest, if there be a provision in the mortgage to that effect. They 
nay abo be foreclosed by a bill in equity. There are two years for redemption allowed in 
eseh esse. A woman cannot mortgage her separate estate for the purpose of subjecting it 
to sale for the payment of the husband's debt. Upon payment of the debt secured by a 
mortgage the mortgagee must upon request in writing from the mortgagor or his assignee 
enter aatisfaction of the mortgage on the margin of the record within sixty days, under 
penalty of two hundred dollars. Upon all instruments executed to secure any indebtedness 
there ihall be paid the sum of fifteen cents for each one hundred dollars of said indebtedness 
or portion thereof, as a tax, and said tax must be collected by the judge of probate before 
the instrument is allowed to be recorded. (Acts 1907, p. 455.) See Chaitd Mortgages; Truni 
DwU. 

Noterles Public — Notaries public are appointed by the governor for each county for 
terms of four years. Removal from county vacates office and governor may remove. They 
have authority (1) to administer oaths; (2) to. take acknowledgments or proof of instru- 
ments relatiDg to commerce or navigation ; (3) to demand payment of and protest paper 
governed by commercial law ; (4) to exercise such other powers as by the laws of the State 
or commercial law belong to notaries public. They are required to keep a seal and register. 
(Code of Ala. § 5162.) 

Justices of the peace may act as notaries public, but their certificates must show there 
was no notary capable of acting. (Code of Ala. § 5172.) 

Notaries may also take acknowledgments and proot ot conveyances, administer oaths, 
and take and certify affidavits. No seal is affixed in the State, except on request of a 
party. (Code of Ala. 4 5173.) 

Notaries publio can act only within their oounUes. 

Notes, Bills of Ezcluuige« etc. -—The uniform negotiable instrument law recommended 
by the American Bar Association is now the law of this State. (Ckxie of Ala. S 4958 el aeq, ; 
Acts 1909. p. 126.) 

Sunday, Christmas Day, the 1st day of January, Robert E. Lee's birthday the 19th day 
of January, the 22d day of February, Thomas Jefferson's birthday the 3d day of June, the 
4th day of July, the first Monday in September, and the day designated by the governor for 
pablic thanksgiving, shall each be deemed a holiday. If any one of these holidays falls on 
Sunday, the Monday following is the holiday. If any paper entitled to days of grace, by the 
atlowanoe thereof, or subject to protest, becomes due on a holiday, it must be taken as due 
on the next succeeding business day. (Ck>de of Ala. f 5144.) 

All bonds, contracts, and writing for the payment of money or other thing, or the per- 
formance of any act or duty, are assignable by indorsement, so as so authorize an action 
thereon by each sucoesaive indorsee. (Code of Ala. i 5158.) 

All oontracts and wrtUngs, except bills of exchange, promissory notes, payable in money 
at a bank or private banking house, and paper iaaued to circulate as money, are subject 
to all payments, set-offs, and discounts had or possessed against the same previous to notice 
of the aasignment or transfer. 

I^amsfes on bills of exchange, whether foreign or inland, for non-acceptance or non- 
payment, are five per cent, on the sum drawn for. (Code of Ala. { 5145.) 

If a note provides for the i>ayment of attorney's fees, the fe^ are recoverable just the 
*UDe as the principal, and entered up with the principal in the same judgment. 

Judpiaot notes are not allowed. 

PVaetice. — Practice is r^iulated by statute, rules prescribed by the supreme court, 
aad, when these do not apply, by the common law. Pleading is very much simplified, and 
the right of amendment is large. 

l^feoffe of Claims. — In all actions on accounts an itemized statement of the articles 



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constituting the account and the charges made therefor, verified by the affidavit of a pen<» 
who would be a competent witness on the trial of the cause, made before an ofBeer author- 
ised to take affidavits, that the account is true and correct, and that the amount thereof 
is due and unpaid, and filed with the clerk or justice of the court in which the action ii 
brought, must be received and read in evidence on the trial of the cause, as if the nms 
were proved by the deposition of the witness, unless within the time allowed by lav for 
pleas to be filed the defendant appear and file an affidavit denying the oorrectiMMS of the 
account, or his liability thereon. The complaint in such actions must set forth that Um 
amount claimed is due on an account verified by affidavit, the amount of the claim, sod 
when the same was due. (Code of Ala. § 3970.) 

Records. — AH conveyances of real property, deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust, or in- 
struments in the nature of mortKases. to secure any debts, are inoperative and void as lo 
purchasers for a valuable consideration, mortgagees, and judgment creditors, without notice 
unless the same have been recorded before the accrual of the right of eueh purchaser, 
mortgagees, or judgment creditors. (Code of Ala. § 3383.) 

Bedemptlon. — Where real estate, or any interest therein, is sold under exeoutioo, or 
by virtue of any decree in chancery, or under any deed of trust, or power of sale in a mort- 
gage, the same may be redeemed by the debtor, his vendee, junior mortgagee, or assignee 
of the equity or statutory right of redemption, wife, widow, child, hdr at law, devisee, or 
his vendee or assignee of the right to redeem under this Code, from the purchaser, or hia 
vendee, within two years thereafter, if, on demand of the purchaser or his vendee, poaeee- 
sion of the land is delivered by the debtor within ten days after the sale thereof. The debtor 
to redeem must pay, or tender to the purchaser or his vendee, the purchase-money, with 
ton per cent, per annum thereon, and all other lawful charges; and such payment or tender 
has the efifect to reinvest him with the title : and if conveyance has been made to the pur- 
chaser, he must, at the cost of the debtor, convey to him such title as he acquired by the 
purchase. 

All judgment creditors of the debtor, who without fraud or collusion had obtained such 
judgment before the sale of the land, or within two years thereafter, except by confesnoo 
of the debtor, may redeem the land by paying or tendering the amount bid for such land 
at the sale and ten per cent, per annum thereon, with all lawful charges, and offering to 
credit a subsisting judgment with a sum equal to ten per cent, of the amount originally bid. 
(Code of Ala. § 5746 et teq.) See Tax Laws. 

Replevin. — The requirements of bonds in cases of replevy of property, as to sureties, 
are the same as bonds in attachment suits, supra. 

The defendant in attachment, or, in his absence, a stranger, may replevy personal pro- 
perty attached, by giving bond with surety in double amount of the demand. (Code of 
Ala. § 2955.) 

If the defendant in attachment is a non-resident, notice of the attachment and levy must 
be advertised three successive weeks, and a copy thereof sent by mail to the defendant, if 
his residence is^nown or can be ascertained. (Code of Ala. S 2031.) 

The action of replevin has never been of use in the State. The action for the recovery 
of chattels in specie, corresponding to the common law action of detinue, sriven by statute, 
is an equivalent remedy to prevent the removal of chattels, or to compel their restoratioa. 

Reports* Judicial. — One hundred and ninety volumes of rep<N>t8 of the decisions 
of the supreme court published. Alabama Reports, known as Minor, 1 vol., 1820 to 1826; 
Stewart's Reports, 3 vols., 1827 to 1831; Stewart & Porter, 6 vols,, 1831 to 1834; Porter, 
9 vols., 1834 to 1839; Alabama Reports, 172 vols.; Alabama .^pp. Court Reports, 12 vols. 

Digest of Statutes: Laws of Alabama (H. Toulmin), 1823; Alabama Digest (J. 0. Aikin), 
1833; Clay's Alabama Digest (C. C. Clay, Sr.), 1843; Code of Alabama, 1852 (George Gold- 
thwaite, John J. Crmond, Arthur P. Bagby, commissioners); Revised Code of Alabama, 
1867 (A. J. Walker, commissioner); Code of Alabama, 1876 (Wade Keyes, Fern M. Wood, 
commissioners); Code of 1887 (R. C. Brickcll, Peter Hamilton, John P. Tilman, commi»' 
sioners) ; Code of 1896 (W. L. Martin, commissioner) ; Code of 1907 (Jas. J. Mayfield, com- 
missioner) . 

Digest of Reports: Phillips' Digest (P. Phillips), 2 vols. (Minor to 13 Ala., inclusive); 
Reavis' Digest (Turner Reavis)^ 1 vol., including to title '* Dower " (Minor to 16 Ala., in- 
clusive); Shepherd's Digest, 1 vol. (J. W. Shepherd), 17 to 29 Ala., inclusive; Brickell'e 
Digest, 2 vols. (R. C. Brickell), Minor to 43 Ala., inclusive; and 3d Brickell, 44 to 76. in- 
clusive; Clark's Digest (Criminal, 44 to 63 Ala.); Lomax's Digest (Criminal, 64 to 100 AlaO; 
Southern Reporter Digest (77 to 146 Ala.); Mayfield's Digest (Minor to 180 Ala.). 

Revision. — Code of 1887 went into effect December 1, 1887, Code of 1896 went into 
effect February 17. 1898. and Code of 1907 went into effect May 1, 1907. 

Sales In Bulk. — Sales of merchandise in bulk, or substantially in bulk, are presumed 
to be fraudulent as against creditors unless five days before the sale an inventory is made 
and the name of every creditor is given and notice has been given in person or by miil to each 
creditor. (Acts 1911, p. 947.) 

Service. — All civil actions for the recovery of anything whatever in courts of record 
must be commenced by service of summons, to be issued by the clerk, accompanied by the 
complaint of the plaintiff, signed by him or his attorney, and to be served by the sheriff or 
other officer. In order that a cause may stand for trial, the summons must be executed by 
the Rheriff or other officer at least twenty days before the return day thereof (which is the 



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first day of the court); if \en than three duy before the return day, it muBt be returned to 
the next term of court. (Code of AU. ( 5296 tl »eq.) 

In the chancery courts, some of the circuit courts, and nearly all the dty courts defenses 
must be made within thirty days after the service of summons, and the cause then stands 
for trial. In the circuit and city court, a trial by jury, unless demanded by tlie plaintiff, is 
waived by the defendant, unless demanded when defenses are filed. 

Stay of Exeeutton. — Judcrnents rendered before a justice of the peace may be stayed 
as follows: by the production of sood security in the payment thereof, namely, on all sums 
leas than twenty dollars, thirty days; over twenty dollars, for sixty days. If unpaid, exe- 
cution issues against all parties to such undertaking: defendant cannot stay the issue of 
encution from circuit court. The plaintiff may do so, but he loses priority of lien, if other 
I.eDs in the mean time are obtained. The defendant, by executing bond in double the pmount 
of the judgment, and taking an appeal to the supreme court, can delay the collection of the 
judgment until its affirmance by the supreme court, but for this he is compelled to pay legal 
interest and ten per cent, damages as well as all cost of the appeal. 

Tax Laws. — (Code of Ala. $ 2313 et »eq.) — When land is sold for taxes, the collector 
gives the purchaser a certificate of purchase, containing a description of the land, showing 
that the land was assessed, to whom assessed, the date of assessment, for what years taxes 
were doe, the amount of the taxes, forfeitures, fees, and costs; that it was advertised, and 
how bng it was offered for sale, and at what time; who became the purchaser and at what 
pncs. 

Land soM for taxes may be redeemed at any time before the expiration of two years 
from the date of sale, by the owner, mortgagee, or any person having a beneficial interest 
therein, by depositing with the judge of probate of the county in which said land was sold 
the amount of purchase-money and a penalty of fifteen per cent., and interest on the pur-, 
chase-money at the rate of eight per cent, per annum from the date of sale, cost of the 
certificate of purchase, all taxes on such land which have accrued subsequently to the sale 
and one dollar to the judge: land of an infant or lunatic, when sold, may be redeemed at 
any time within one year after the removal of such disability, upon satisfactory evidence 
of ownership. Upon redemption, the judge of probate gives the person redeeming, if other 
than the State, a certificate of redemption containing substantially the same statements 
as the certificate of purchase. 

To lands remaining unredeemed immediately after the expiration of two years fron\the 
sale, the probate judge then in office shall make a deed and deliver the same to the pur- 
chaser upon the return of the certificate of purchase and the payment of one dollar for the 
deed. In all controversies and suits in relation to the rights of the purchaser, such deed is 
prima facie evidence of the facts recited therein. Taxes are assessed for state and county 
purposes as of October 1 of each year. The returns are required to be made by the tax- 
I»yer to the tax assessor, and the assessment is required to be finished by February 1, and 
a tax-payer becomes delinquent if he has not made bis assessment by February 1 ; after such 
ilate five per cent, is added to the value by the assessor, as a penalty. The assessor is re- 
quired to deliver the assessment roll to the judge of probate by the first Monday in May. 
After May 1 the back tax commisjioner can assess all property not assessed, for which he 
receives ten per cent, of the tax thereon, to be collected from tax-payer. All taxes become 
doe October 1 and are delinquent January 1, after which they draW interest at eight per 
cent, per annum. 

Testimony. — In suits and proceedings before any court or officer, other than criminal 
eases, there must be no exolusion of any witness because he is a party, or interested, except 
that neither party shall testify against the other as to any transaction with or statement 
by any deceased person, whose estate is interested in the result of the suit, or when such 
deeesaed person at the time of such transaction or statement acted in any representative or 
fiduciary relation to the party against whom such testimony is sought to be introduced. 
(Code of Ala. S 4007.) See Depotittont, Courts of law may on motion and due notice thereof 
require parties to produce at the trial books or writings in their possession which contain 
tndeoce pertinent to the issue in cases and under circumstances where they might be 
compelled to produce the same by the ordinary rules of proceedings in chancery. (Code 
ofAla. f 4068.) 

Trust DeAds. — Mortgages of real or personal property are usually executed with 
powers of sale. Such powers of sale can be executed by an assignee or personal represent- 
ttire of any person who by assignment or otherwise becomes entitled to the money secured, 
D^eds of trust are in use, and in many respects are more available, especially for non- 
nsidents. 

Wills. — Every person twenty-one years old and of sound mind may devise aU his in- 
terest in lands, and all persons over eighteen years, and of sound mind, may bequeath all 
of tkeir permmal property **to any person or corporation capable by law of holding real 
Mate." (Code, f 6152.) No will is effectual (except nuncupative wills, by which only five 
hundred dollars* worth of personal property can be bequeathed) unless the same is in 
Tiling (if properly executed, a typewriUen will would undoubtedly hold), signed by the 
t^tator, or some person in his presence, and by his direction, and attested by at least two 
vitnesies, who must subscribe their names thereto in the presence of the testator. Wills 
ue executed out of the State in the same way as within the State. They are recorded in 
tbeofioe of the judge of the probate court. (Code of AU. S 6172 e< »eq.) 

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ALASKA LAWS 

Rariaed December 1, 1917, by 
A. R. & R. W. Heilig, Esq^ of 



The acts of Congrees relating to Alaska are contained in the Compiled Laws of the Terri- 
tory of Alaska, being Senate Document No. 1093, compiled, codified, arranged, annotated, 
and published under authority of the act of Congress of Axigxist 24, 1012, a copy of which 
can be obtained for $1.50 from the Superintendent of Public Documents at Washington. 
This volume contains aU the statute laws of Alaska, excepting those passed by the Terri- 
torial legislature. 

The next legislature convenes March 3, 1019, at Juneau. 

Acknowledgmeiite. — See Deeds. 

Actions* — The distinction between actions at law and suits in equity, and the forms of 
all such actions ancl suits, are abolished, and there shall be but one form of action for the 
enforcement or protection of private rights and the redress or prevention of private wrongs, 
which is denominated a civil action. However, in actions of an equitable nature both issues 
of law and fact shall be tried by the court. Every action must be prosecuted in the name of 
the real party in interest: an assignee of a claim may sue in his own name. An action is 
commenced by filing a complaint with the clerk of the court; to bar limitations summons 
must also be issued. The summons is issued by the court or clerk and isserved by the mar- 
shal or any deputy or by a person specially appointed by the marshal, court, or judge, or by 
any* adult other than plaintiflf, by delivering to defendant a copy of the summons and a certi- 
fied copy of the complaint. In actions in the district court, the defendant, if served within 
the Territory, is required to appear and answer within thirty days thereafter. The attorney 
for a non-resident plaintiff, or foreign corporation, is liable for defendant's costs, if the latter 
prevail, unless before judgment an undertaking with sureties is filed or money deposited 
with the clerk in lieu thereof. If summons cannot be served personally within the Territory, 
service may be made by publication in certain cases like divorce, foreclosure, attachment, 
etc. When publication is ordered, personal service of a copy of the summons and complaint 
out of the Territory shall bo equivalent to publication. 

Affidavits. — An affidavit or deposition taken out of Alaska, otherwise than upon 
commission, must be authenticated as follows: (1) It must be certified by a commissioner 
appointed by the governor of Alaska to take affidavits and depositions in the State, Ter- 
ritory, District, or country where taken; or (2) it must be certified by a judge of a court 
of record having a clerk and a seal to have been taken and subscribed before him at a time 
and place therein specified, and the existence of the court, the fact that such judge is a 
member thereof, and the genuineness of hb signature, must be certified by the clerk of the 
court, under the seal thereof. 

Aliens* — Any alien who is a bona fide resident of the United States, or who has de- 
clared his intention to become a citisen, or whose rights are secxired by treaty, may acquire 
and hold lands upon the same terms as a citisen. Any alien may acquire lands by inherit- 
ance or in the ordinary course of justice in the collection of debts, and may acquire and 
enforce liens upon lands, but such lands must be sold within ten years. Any alien may also 
acquire and hold lots or parcels of land in any incorporated or platted city, town, or village, 
or in any mine or mining claim, but is not authorized to acquire title from the United States 
to any of the public lands. (Act of March 2, 1897, 20 Stat. L. 618.) 

Appeals — From judgments in justice's court, in civil actions when the sum in con- 
troversy is not less than fifty dollars, in cases of forcible entry and unlawful detainer, in 
criminal cases tried by the justice, or by a municipal magistrate for violation of city ordi- 
nance, and from orders and decrees of the probate judge, an appeal lies to the district court. 
From final judgments in the district court appeals and writs of error may be taken and 
sued out (1) direct to the supreme court of the United States in prise causes and ir. all cases 
which involve the construction or application of the Constitution of the United States, or in 
which the constitutionality of any law of the United States, or the validity or construction 
oi any treaty made under its authority is drawn in question, or in which the constitution or 
law of a State is claimed to be in contravention of the Constitution of the United States; 
and (2) to the United States circuit court of appeals for the ninth oirc\ut in alt criminal 
cases, and in all other civil actions where the amount or value in controversy exceeds five 
hundred dollars, whose judgment is final. The latter court may certify any proposition of 

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LAWS OF ALASKA. 19 

Iftv which has arisen in a case to the eupreme court of the United States, which shall give 
biodiag instructions upon the proposition. An appeal to the circuit court of appeals may 
aho be taken from any interlocutory order granting or dissolving or refusing to grant or 
dissolve aa injunction, or appointing a receiver. Appeals and writs of error from final orders 
and jttdf meats must be taken or sued out within one year after their entry; and from inter- 
loeutoiy orders within thirty days from their entry. There is no appeal from judgments in 
divorce eases. Appeals may be heard in San Francisco, Portland or Seattle. 

Antst. — The defendant may be arrested in the following civil actions: 1. For the 
ncoTery of money or damages, when the defendant is about to remove from the Territory 
wiik intent to defraud his creditors; for an injury to person; or for willfully injuring or 
vioagfuUy talung, detaining, or converting property. 2. For a fine or penalty; or for money 
sr property embessled or fraudulently misapplied or converted to his own use by a public 
sffieer. or by an attorney, or by an officer or agent of a corporation in the course of his 
cnployment as such, or by any agent, broker, or other person in a fiduciary capacity; or 
for aay misconduct or neglect in office or in a professionai employment. 3. To recover the 
poMcsnon of personal property unjustly detained, when the property or any part thereof 
his been eoneealed, removed, or dispoeed of, so that it cannot be found or taken by the 
Buahal, and with intent that it should not be so found or taken, or with the intent to de- 
prive the plaintiff of the benefit thereof. 4. When the defendant has been guilty of fraud 
in contracting a debt, or incurring the obligation for which the action is brought, or in con- 
eeafing or disposing of the property for the taking, detention, or conversion of which the 
action is brought. 5. When the defendant has removed or diisposed of his property, or is 
about to do so, with intent to defraud his creditors. 

No female shall be arrested except for injury to person, character, or property. 

At any time after the commencement of an action and before judgment, the plaintiff. 
Is the discretion of the court or judge, is entitled to a writ of arrest on making and filing 
an affidavit that he has a sufficient cause of action and that the ease is one of those above 
mentioned, and also making and filing an undertaking with sureties, in a sum not less 
Uum three hundred dollars and equal to the amount for which he demands judgment, 
eonditioned that plaintiff will pay all costs adjudged and damages sustained if the arrest 
be wrongful or without sufficient cause, not exceeding the amount specified in the under- 
taking. The defendant, at any time before execution, may be discharged from arrest 
vpon giving bail or depositing the amount mentioned in the writ, and may, upon notice 
to plaintiff, apply to vacate the writ or reduce the bail. To qualify as bail a person must 
be a resident within the Territory and worth the amount specified in the writ of arrest over 
and above all debts and liabilitiea, and exclusive of property exempt from execution; 
bat no counselor or attorney at law, marshal, deputy marshal, commissioner, clerk of 
any court, w other officer tA any court may become bail. Surety companies may act as bail. 
The manhal is liable as bail for an escape. Payment of cost of maintenance of defendant may 
be required in advance of plaintiff, and such expense may be taxed as costs. 

lulgnmenta. — There is no statutory provision relative to assignments for the benefit 
of creditors, other than the National Bankruptcy Act. 

Attaelinient. — The plaintiff, at the time of issuing the summons or afterwards, may 
have the property of defendant attached in an action upon a contract, express or implied, 
for the direct payment of money, and (1) which is not secured by mortgage, lion, or pledge 
upon real or personal property, or, if so secured, when the security has been rendered 
nogatory by the act of the defendant; or (2) against a non-resident defendant. The writ 
Xiaes whenever the plaintiff, or any one in Ids behalf, files an affidavit showing that defend- 
ant is indebted to plaintiff (specifying the amount of indebtedness over and above all legal 
■et-offs or counter-claims) upon a contract, express or implied, for the direct payment of 
money; that the payment has not been secured by mortgage, lien, or pledge upon real of 
peiiona] property; and that the sum for which attachment is asked is an actual, bona fide, 
existing debt due and owing from plaintiff to defendant; and that the attachment is not 
■ought nor the action prosecuted to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the defendant, 
^^tiff must also file an undertaking, with one or more sureties, in a sum not less than one 
hundiBd dollars, and equal to the amount for which he demands judgment, conditioned that 
plaiQtiff will pay all costs adjudged and all damages sustained by reason of the attachment 
a the nune be wrongful or without sufficient cause, not exceeding the amount specified. 
Affidavits of sureties must also be filed showing that together they are worth double the 
'^'^ specified in the undertaking over all debts and liabilities and property exempt from 
^'ccution. Sureties must have qualifications of bail upon arrest. Property attached may be 
Ktomed to defendant upon an undertaking to redeliver or to pay the demand. All property 
of defendant in the district not exempt from execution, including rights or shares in the 
*^k of any association or corporation, together with the interest and profits thereon, 
debts not due, and property bailed, is liable to be attached. 

If property attached is claimed by any person other than defendant, by proper affidavit, 
^''^^ marshal may release it unless plaintiff indemnifies him by bond with two sureties; if 
f^ioQ be brought against the marshal for wrongful taking, the plaintiff and sureties may be 
^Pioaded with him, and if judgment be rendered against him execution shall first exhaust 
»^ property of his co-defendants before that of the marshal or his sureties on his official 
*^ «*n be sold. 



ALASKA LAWS 

R«TiMd Deoember 1, 1917, by 
A. R. & R. W. Heilig, Esq^ of Fairbanks. 



The acts of Congraas relating to Alaska are contained in the Compiled Laws of the Terri- 
tory of Alaska, being Senate Document No. 1003, eompilod, codified, arranged, umotated, 
and published under authority of the act of Congress of August 24, 1912, a copy of which 
can be obtained for $1.50 from the Superintendent of Public Documents at Waahingt<a. 
This volume contains all the statute laws of Alaska, ezoepting those passed by the Terri- 
torial legislature. 

The next legislature convenes March 3, 1919, at Juneau. 

Acknowledgmeiits. — See Detd*. 

Aetlons. — The distinction between actions at law and suits in eqtiity, and the formi of 
all such actions an<l suits, are abolished, and there shall be but one form of action for the 
enforcement or protection of private rights and the redress or prevention of private wrongs, 
which is denominated a civil action. Howevert in actions of an equitable nature both isroes 
of law and fact shall be tried by the court. Every action must be prosecuted in the name of 
the real party in interest; an assignee of a claim may sue in his own name. An actioo is 
commenced by filing a complaint with the clerk of the court; to bar limitations sammoDS 
must also be issued. The summons b issued by the court or clerk and isserved by the mar- 
shal or any deputy or by a person specially appointed by the marshal, court, or judge, or by 
any'adult other than plaintiff, by delivering to defendant a copy of the summons and a certi- 
fied copy of the complaint. In actions in the district court, the defendant, if served within 
the Territory, is required to appear and answer within thirty days thereafter. The attorney 
for a non-resident plaintiff, or foreign corporation, is liable for defendant's costs, if the latter 
prevail, unless before judgment an undertaking with sureties is filed (h* money deposited 
with the clerk in lieu thereof. If summons cannot be served personally within the Territory, 
service may be made by publication in certain cases like divorce, foreclosure, attachment, 
etc. When publication is ordered, personal service of a copy of the summons and complaint 
out of the Territory shall be equivalent to publication. 

Affidavits. — An affidavit or deposition taken out of Alaska, otherwise than upon 
commission, must be authenticated as follows: (1) It must be certified by a commissioner 
appointed by the governor of Alaska to take affidavits and depositions in the State, Ter- 
ritory, District, or country where taken; or (2) it must be certified by a judge of a court 
of record having a clerk and a seal to have been taken and subscribed before him at a time 
and place therein specified, and the existence of the court, the fact that such judge is s 
member thereof, and the genuineness of his signature, must be certified by the clerk of the 
eourt, under the seal thereof. 

Aliens. — Any alien who is a bona fide resident of the United States, or who has de- 
clared his intention to become a citisen, or whose rights are secured by treaty, may acquire 
and hold lands upon the same terms as a citisen. Any alien may acquire lands by inherit- 
ance or in the ordinary course of justice in the collection of debts, and may acquire azul 
enforce liens upon lands, but such lands must be sold within ten years. Any alien may also 
acquire and hold lots or parcels of land in any incorporated or platted city, town, or village, 
or in any mine or mining claim, but is not authorized to acquire title from the United States 
to any of the public lands. (Act of March 2, 1897, 29 Stat. L. 618.) 

Appeals — From judgments in justice's court, in civil actions when the sum in con- 
troversy is not less than fifty dollars, in cases of forcible entry and unlawful detainer, in 
criminal cases tried by the justice, or by a municipal magistrate for violation of oity ordi- 
nance, and from orders and decrees of the probate judge, an appeal lies to the district court. 
From final judgments in the district court appeals and writs of error may be taken and 
sued out (1) direct to the supreme court of the United States in prise causes and ir. all cases 
which involve the construction or appUcation of the Constitution of the United States, or in 
which the constitutionality of any law of the United States, or the validity or 3onstructi<» 
of any treaty made under its authority is drawn in question, or in which the constitution or 
law of a State is claimed to be in contravention of the Constitution of the United States; 
and (2) to the United States circuit court of appeals for the ninth circiait in all criminal 
cases, and in all other civil actions where the amount or value in controversy exceeds five 
hundred dollars, whose judgment is final. The latter court may certify any proposition of 

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LAWS OF ALASKA, 19 

Iaw which h«a wiaeo in a caae to the lupreme court of the United States, which shall give 
bindias iostructioiis upon the proposition. An appeal to the circuit court of appeals may 
also be taken from any interlocutory order granting or dissolving or refusing to grant or 
dissolve an injunction, or appointing a receiver. Appeals and writs of error from final orders 
SDd judgments must be taken or sued out within one year after their entry; and from inter- 
locutory ordos within thirty days from their entry. There is no appeal from judgments in 
divorce cases. Appeals may be heard in San Francisco, Portland or Seattle. 

Afrett. — The defendant may be arrested in the following civil actions: 1. For the 
recovery of money or damages, when the defendant is about to remove from the Territory 
with intent to defraud his creditors; for an injury to person; or for willfully injuring or 
wrongfully taking, detaining, or converting property. 2. For a fine or penalty; or for money 
or property embessled or fraudulently misapplied or converted to his own use by a public 
officer, or by an attorney, or by an officer or agent of a corporation in the course of his 
employment as such, or by any agent, broker, or other person in a fiduciary capacity; or 
for any misconduct or neglect in office or in a professionai employment. 3. To recover the 
possession of personal property unjustly detained, when the property or any part thereof 
haa been concealed, removed, oi disposed of, so that it cannot be found or taken by the 
marahsl, and with intent that it should not be so found or taken, or with the intent to de- 
prive the plaintiff of the benefit thereof. 4. When the defendant has been guilty of fraud 
in eontrscting a debt, or incurring the obligation for which the aotion is brought, or in con- 
cealing or disposing of the property for the taking, detention, or conversion of which the 
action is brought. 5. When the defendant has removed or disposed of his propertyt or is 
about to do so, with intent to defraud his creditors. 

No female shall be arrested except for injury to person, character, or property. 

At any time after the commencement of an action and before judgment, the plaintiff, 
In the discretion of the court or judge, is entitled to a writ of arrest on making and filing 
ao affidavit that he has a sufficient cause of action and that the case is one of those above 
oMntioned, and also making and filing an undertaking with sureties, in a sum not less 
than three hundred dollars and equal to the amount for which he demands judgment, 
eonditioned that plaintiff wUl pay all costa adjudged and damages sustained if the arrest 
be wrongful or without sufficient cause, not ezoeeding the amount specified in the under- 
taking. The defendant, at any time before execution, may be discharged from arrest 
spoo giving bail or depositing the amount mentioned in the writ, and may, upon notice 
to plaintiff, apply to vacate the writ or reduce the bail. To qualify as bail a person roust 
be a resident within the Territory and worth the amount specified in the writ of arrest over 
and above all debte and liabilities, and exclusive of property exempt from execution; 
bat no counselor or attorney at law, marshal, deputy marshal, commissioner, clerk of 
any court, or other officer of any court may become bail. Surety companies may act as bail. 
The m#Hihiil is liable as bail for an escape. Payment of cost of maintenance of defendant may 
be required in advance of plaintiff, and such expense may be taxed as costs. 

Agglgmneiits. — There is no statutory provision relative to assignments for the benefit 
of creditors, other than the National Bankruptcy Act. 

Attachmeili. — The plaintiff, at the time of issuing the summons or afterwards, may 
have the property of defendant attached in an action upon a contract, express or implied, 
for the direct payment of money, and (1) which is not secured by mortgage, lion, or pledge 
upon real or personal property, or, if so secured, when the security has been rendered 
nu^tocy by the act of the defendant; or (2) against a non-resident defendant. The writ 
issues whenever the plaintiff, or any one in his behalf, files an affidavit showing that defend- 
ant is indebted to plaintiff (specifying the amount of indebtedness over and above all legal 
•et-offa or counter-claims) upon a contract, express or implied, for the direct payment of 
money; that the payment has not been secured by mortgage, lien, or pledge upon real of 
personal property; and that the sum for which attachment is asked is an actual, bona fide, 
existing debt dvuc and owing from plaintiff to defendant; and that the attachment is not 
sought nor the action prosecuted to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the defendant. 
Plaintiff must also file an undertaking, with one or more sureties, in a sum not less than one 
hundred doDars, and equal to the amount for which he demands judgment, conditioned that 
plaintiff will pay all costo adjudged and all damages sustained by reason of the attachment 
if the same be wrongful or without sufficient cause, not exceeding the amount specified. 
Affidavits of sureties must also be filed showing that together they are worth double the 
■om specified in the undertaking over all debts and liabilities and property exempt from 
execution. Sureties must have qualifications of bail upon arrest. Property attached may be 
letomed to defendant upon an undertaking to redeliver or to pay the demand. All property 
of defendant in the district not exempt from execution, including righto or shares in the 
nock of any association or corporation, together with the interest and profiU thereon, 
debts not due, and property bailed, is liable to be attached. 

If property attached is claimed by any person other than defendant, by proper affidavit, 
the marshal nu^y release it unless plaintiff indemnifies him by bond with two sureties; if 
iction be brought against the marshal for wrongful taking, the plaintiff and sureties may be 
impleaded with him, and if judgment be rendered against him execution shall first exhaust 
die property oi hia co-defendanto before that of the marshal or his sureties on his official 
bond can be sold. 



20 LAWS OF ALASKA. 

Chftttel MortffaffCS. — Any interest in pereonal property, capable of beioc trantfemd, 
may be mortgaged; but the mortgage is void as against creditors and subsequent purchaaen 
and inoumbrancers in good faith and for value, unless possession of the property be de 
livered to and retained by the mortgagee or the mortgage provide that the property may 
remain in the possession of the mortgagor and be accompanied by the affidavit ci all the 
parties thereto that the same is made in good faith to secure the amount named thema. 
and without design to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors, and be acknowledged and filed 
The mortgage must be acknowledged by the mortgagor as a conveyance of real propeit) 
is and be filed in the office of the recorder of the precinct where the mortgagor re^es and 
of the precinct where the property is. Within thirty di^ys next preceding the expiratioo 
of one year from the filing a true copy of the mortgage, with a verified statement of the in- 
terest of the mortgagee in the property at the time the same is renewed, must be filed in the 
office where the original was filed, and the lien is thereby extended another year. Chatt«l 
mortgages are foreclosed in the same manner as mortgages and liens upon real property, 
but a clause may be inserted in a mortgage authorising the marshal to execute the power 
of sale therein granted to the mortgagee. At such sale the mortgagee may purchase. If tbe 
mortgagor, during the existence of the lien of the mortgage, sell the property mortgaged 
without informing the purchaser of the existence of the mortgage, he f oif eits twioe tbe value 
of the property sold. 

Claims against Bstatot of Deceased PenoiM — Are payable in the foUowing order: 
(1) Funeral charges; (2) taxes of whatever nature due the United States; (3) expenses of 
last sickness; (4) all other taxes of whatever nature; (6) debts preferred by the laws of the 
United States; (6) debts which at the death of the deoeased were a Hen upon his property 
or any right or interest therein according to the priority of their several liens; (7) debta dut 
employees of decedent for wages earned within the ninety dajrs immediately preceding the 
death of the decedent; (8) all other claims against the estate. The executor or administrator 
is required, immediately after his appointment, to pubUsh a notice thereof for four weeks or 
more, requiring all persons having claims against the estate to present them»with the proper 
vouchers, within six months from the date of such notice, to the executor or administrator; 
a claim not presented within that time, if not barred by the statute of limitations, may be 
presented at any time before administration has been completed, but claims presented dur- 
ing the first six months will first be paid in full. Every claim presented must be verified by 
some one who has personal knowledge of the facts, to the effect that the amount claimed is 
justly due, that no payments have been made thereon except as stated, and that there is 
no Just counter-claim to the same; written evidence of the claim, if existing, must be pre- 
sented or its non-production accounted for. If the administrator allows the claim, he shall 
pay it in due course of administration; if he rejects it, the claimant may present it to the 
probate judge or to the district court, upon thirty days' notice to the administrator, which 
court determines the matter in a summary manner without jury trial. No claim rejected by 
the administrator can be allowed except upon competent or satisfactory evidence other 
than the testimony of the claimant. When a claim has been disallowed, an action may be 
commenced against an executor or administrator at any time after the expiration of twelve 
months from the granting of letters of administration and until the final settlement of the 
estate and discharge of the administrator. 

Conditional Sales. — The " Uniform Law of Sales," adopted by a number of the Stat<«, 
went into effect January 2. 1914. 

Corporations. — The Alaska legislature passed an act entitled " Uniform Bunness 
Corporation Act," effective January 2, 1914, which provides that three or more adults, tvo 
thirds of whom are bona fide residents of Alaska, may form a stock corporation for any \n*'ivl 
business purposes, whose chief business shall be in Alaska, except for the purpose of banking, 
insurance, brokerage, loan, trust, and guaranty associations; the articles of incorporation 
shall be made in triplicate, signed by each incorporator, acknowledged by at least three of 
them, one to be filed in the office of the secretary of the Territory, one with the clerk of the 
district court of the judicial division in which is intended to be located the principal place of 
business of the company; the articles must contain the name, indicating that it is a corpora- 
tion, unlike that of any other domestic or foreign corporation doing bxisiness in the Terri- 
tory; the purpose for which formed; capital stock and how to be paid in; what proportion 
if any is preferred stock and its preferences; the number of shares, par value of which shall 
not be less than one dollar, nor more than one hijndred dollars; location of principal place 
of business in the Territory; period of duration if limited; highest amount of indebtedness 
or liability to which it shall at any time be subject; number of directors, not less than three, 
with names and poet-office address of those selected for the first year; time and place of 
holding its annual meeting of stockholders; names and residence of those forming the cor- 
poration; other provisions regulating the conduct of its affairs, limiting its powers, and 
those of the directors and stockholders. The articles may be amended by>a majority of tbe 
stockholders at a regular meeting. The corporation has the usual powers. Transfers of 
stock are provided for in a " Uniform Stock Transfer Act." Two or more kinds of stock 
may be created, but preferred stock outstanding shall not exceed two thirds of the capital 
stock paid for, and may be made subject to redemption at any time after three years from 
issue, at not less than par; dividends on preferred stock are limited to eight per cent., and 
may be made cumulative. 



LAWS OF ALASKA. 21 

No itoek AbB be iasned ezoept for money, labor, or property eetiinftted »t ite true money 
Talae. After lizty days' notice, personally or by mail, to stock subecriber, for failure to pay 
sn iuullment of the sobeeription, the directors may forfeit the stock and reissue, 6r receive 
new mbscriptions for it. Stookboiders shall meet annually, and are entitled to one vote, in 
peraon or by proxy, for each share held by them; in elections of officers or directors they 
have the right of cumulative voting. The holder of stock is personally liable to creditors for 
the amount unpaid on his stock, but except in case of insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings 
no action can be brought against a stockholder for a debt of the corporation until after 
judgment against the corporation and return of an unsatisfied exeeuticHi. 

The business shall be managed by not less than three directors, each owning at least one 
ihare of stock, elected by the stockholders and taking an oath of office. Vacancies in the 
board, except by removal, are filled by appointment by the directors. The officers are a 
president, who must be a director, a secretary, and a treasurer, and other officers, agents, 
and employees who may be removed at the pleasure of the directors. 

If the bonded indebtedness exceeds the amount of the unimpaired paid-in capital stock, 
or if stock or bonds be issued for property at more than cash value in the reasonable judg- 
ment of the directors, or if dividends be made other than from net profits, or if capital be 
nduoed under the guise of loan to stockholders, or if any report, statement, or public notice 
be not made as required by law or be materially false, the directors assenting thereto shall 
be jointly and severally liable to creditors for loss or damage arising therefrom, and the 
officers as well in case of reports, statements, and public notices required by law. 

The district court has jurisdiction over the directors and officers, including those of for- 
eign corporations admitted to do business in the Territory, to compel them to account for 
their official conduct and management; to compel payment by them to the corporation and 
its creditors of money and property acquired by them or transferred to others, or lost or 
wasted by mismanagement; to suspend from office any officer or director for abuse of trust; 
and to remove him upon proof or conviction of gross misconduct; to direct new elections to 
supply vacancies created by removal at which the person removed or suspended is ineligible; 
to restiam alienation of property by them if apparently a fraud on the company. The 
United States attorney of the judicial division or tne attorney-general of the Territory may 
bring actions to invoke foregoing powers of the court. 

Stockholders may make by-laws, or vest the power in the directors by the articles of 
incorporation, and may amend them by majority vote at any regular or special meeting 
called for such purpose. 

The eorporation must keep correct books of account in its office, open to any stockholder 
for inspection within five days of demand therefor; a stock-book open for inspection by 
them at all times; fifty dollars fine is imposed for each day inspection is refused. 

By a two- thirds vote of all the stock the stockholders may amend the articles, and increase 
or decrease capital stock. 

Within thirty dajrs after the time fixed for the annual meeting of stockholders, the cor' 
poration must file with the secretary of the Territory, and publish in a newspaper published 
nearest its place of btuoness, a verified report showing amount and actual issue of capital 
stock; amount of debts, aasets, and names and addresses of all directors and officers. If this 
be not done, and such failure be continued for ten days after written request by a creditor 
or stockholder to do so, the officers are liable to a penalty of fifty dollars per day during such 
neglect or refusal, recoverable by the aggrieved creditor or stockholder. 

The majority of the directors, with the consent of two thirds in interest of the stock- 
holders, may dissolve the corporation. Two thirds in interest of the stockholders may also 
petition the eourt for a decree of dissolution. Where a corporation is adjudged insolvent, 
or a retnm of nitUa 6ona upon execution has been made, or it has suspended its ordinary 
and lawful business for at least one year, or is a party to an illegal combination in restraint 
of trade, an action for dissolution may be brought by a United States district attorney, or 
the attorney-general or by a creditor or stockholder if they fail to bring an action in thirty 
days after submission of a verified statement of the facts to them. 

In ease of inaolveney or suspension of its ordinary business for want of funds to carry on 
the same, a receiver may be appointed upon the petition of a creditor or stockholder. 

Cooperative associations of not less than five members may be formed under above law 
to engage in mechanical, manufacturing, agriotiltural, dairy, mining, or other industrial pur- 
evils. Majority of incorporators must be residents of Alaska. Five directors required. Each 
member has one vote regardless of interest. Earnings apportioned thus: dividends not ex- 
c**diB«{ eight per cent, on paid*ap capital stock; then ten per cent, for sinking fund; then 
five per cent, for educational funds to teao^ oodperation; balance to stockholders. 

The legislature of Alaska also passed an act. effective July 1. 1013, providing for the 
incorporation 6f colleges, seminaries, churches, libraries, or other benevolent, fraternal, 
Mcial, rdigioiM, educational, charitable, or scientific associations whose chief business shall 
be in the Territory of Alaska. It may be a joint stock company; if not, ite articles must 
eontain t«rms of admission to membership. The interests of members are equal. Fee for 
filing artiel4*s five dollars. 

VMf Mid Tftxea. — The legislative also passed an act, effeotivo July 1, 1013, requiring a 
dmnestie or foreign corporation to pay a filing fee of twenty-five dollars; for filing amend- 
laents to articles, ten dollars; for filing appointment of agent of foreign corporation, five 
dollars; for certified copies of articles, amendments, or appointments, or any other docu- 



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ment, five dollan; add to above fifteen oenta per folio if document exceeds twenty foGoi. 
For filing annual report two dollars and fifty cents. 

EveryMomestic and foreign corporation shall pay a license fee of fifteen dollars, on or 
before the Ist day of January of each year, to the secretary of the Territory. A penalty of 
two dollars and fifty cents is imposed if not paid before July 1 following. 

No corporation can commence or maintain any suit without alleging and proving that it 
has paid its annual license fee last due Failure to pay the fee for one year after it falls due 
in prima facie evidence of insolvency. Failure to pay the license fee for two years makes it 
the duty of the secretary of the Territory to Btrike the name of the corporation from hLi 
records; within six months after the name has been stricken reinstatement may be had br 
payment of all license fees and penalties in arrear and one hundred dollars additional penslt>. 
In default of application for reinstatement the corporation is dissolved. 

The " Uniform Stock Transfer Act " was passed by the legislature, effective January 2. 
1914. 

Banking Corporationt. — The legislature passed an act, effective July 28, 1915, providing 
for the formation of banking corporations, and to regulate the business of banking and its 
supervision, and the appointment of a territorial banking board, with power to make nilei 
and regulations. Banking capital invested must be at least twenty-five thousand dollars, 
in towns of over one thousand population: in smaller places may be fifteen thousand doUars. 
At least three persons must execute the articles of incorporation, showing name, place vi 
business, nature, capital stock, number of directors, not leas than three, period of existenn 
not exceeding fifty years, and filed as in other corporations. Bank cannot commence buuneas 
until its capital stock is actually paid in in money or gold bullion. List of subscribers to 
capital must be filed with banking board before commencing buainesB. List of stockholders 
and stock held shall be kept posted in bank office. Stockholders are individually liable, 
equally and ratably and not one for another, for the benefit of creditors of the bank to the 
amount of their stock at par value, in addition to the stock held by them. Such liability 
continues for six months after transfer of stock as to affairs of the bank at and prior to date 
of transfer. There must be not less than three directors, the majority being bona fide resi- 
dents of the Territory. Stockholders have one vote for each share held by them, proiies 
being permitted. Every director must own one thousand dollars in stock in bank of twenty- 
five thousand dollars capital; five hundred dollars in bank of fifteen thotisand dollars capi- 
tal. The board of directors must approve loans to any individual of firm in excess of one 
thousand dollars, and to any director, officer, or employee of the bank. Funds cannot be 
loaned for enterprises outside the Territory. The bank cannot buy stock in other banks. 
The creation of a twenty per cent, surplus is provided for. Receiving deposits while insolvefit 
and creating preferences among creditors are prohibited. Directors are personally liable for 
losses through excessive, careless,- or dishonest loans. The bank must have at all times 
twenty per cent, of its demand liabilities on hand in available funds. Must make quarterly 
reports, and publish them in a newspaper. Subject to annual examination. Special reports 
may bo called for. 

insuronce Companies, Life, Fire, or Marine. — Any insurance company, before doing bun- 
ness in the Territory, must file with the secretary thereof, and in the office of the cUxk of the 
district court of the division in which business is to be carried on, a certificate of its quaUfica- 
tions; also a power of attorney authorising a citiaen and resident to accept service in any 
legal proceeding; also annually, by July 1, a certificate of qualifications; filing fees are, for 
originat certificate of qualification twenty-five dollars; for power of attorney, five dollars; 
for annual certificate, fifteen dollars. Any person selling fire, marine, life, accident, or other 
insurance must first procure a license from the territorial treasurer; companies must annu- 
ally, by March 1, file with the territorial treasurer a sworn statement showing amount of 
premiums collected or contracted for during the year ending December 31 preoedimc; 
amounts paid policy-holders on losses, return premiums, and dividends; amount of reinsur- 
ance and premiums paid therefor, etc. Companies must pay a tax of one per cent, on all 
premiums collected or contracted for, provided that in case of fire or marine insurance the 
tax is collected on premiums after deducting from the gross amount thereof payments of re- 
turned premiums and reinsurance; life insurance companies deduct from gross premiums 
amounts paid for reinsurance; taxes are paid by March 31 after filing statement. 

Foreign Corporatione. — Every corporation or joint stock company organised under 
the laws of the United States or any State or Territory shall, before doing busii^esa within 
the Territory, file in the office of the secretary of the Territory and in the office of the clerk 
of the district court for the division wherein it intends to carry on business, a duly authen* 
ticated copy of its charter or articles of incorporation, and also a statement, verified by 
the oath of its president and secretary, and attested by a majority of its board of directors, 
showing: (1) the name of the corporation and the location of its principal office or place 
of business without the Territory; and, if it is to have any place of business or principal 
office within the Territory, the location thereof; (2) the amount of capital stock; (3) the 
amount of its capital stock actually paid in, in money; (4) the amount of its capital stock 
paid in, in any other way, and in what; (5) the amount of its assets, and of what they consist, 
with the actual cash value thereof; (6) the liabilities, and if any cf its indebtedneaa is secured, 
how secured, and upon what property. It must also file a certificate, under the seal of the 
corporation and the signature of its president, vioe-presideot, or other acting head, and 
its secretary, if there be one, certifying that the corporation has consented to be sued in the 



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eoorts of th# Territory upon all CAOsei of aotion arising asainst it in tho TerritiMyi and that 
senriee of procoas may be made upon some person, a resident of the Territory, whose name 
and place of residenee is therein designated. The written consent of the person designated to 
act AS agent must be filed in like manner. Service made upon such agent, who muat reside at 
the principal place of business of the corporation in the Territory, is valid service upon the 
eompuiy. Reports containing the above information roust be filed in the same offices 
SDnually within thirty days from the Ist of July of each year. Any company doing business 
in the Territory without first filing such statements, certificates, and consents forfeits twenty- 
five dollars a day t<a every day it so neglects to file the same; and every contract made by it 
or its agents shall be voidable at the election of the other party thereto, and no court of the 
Territory, or of the United States, shall enforce the same in favor of the company so failing. 

Coartl* Terms and Jurtodlctloil of. See Court Calendar for Alaska. 

Deeds. — A oonveyanoe of lands, or of any estate or interest therein, may be made 
by deed, agned and sealed by the person from whom the estate or interest b intended to 
psas. and acknowledged or proved* and recorded, without any other act or ceremony. 
A quitdaim deed passes all the estate which the grantor could convey by deed of bargain 
and aale. No eoveoanta are implied in any conveyance. The term " heirs," or other words 
of inheritanee, are not necessary to create or convey an estate in fee simple. Husband 
and wife may, 1^ their joint deed, convey the real estate of the wife, in like manner as she 
mi^t do by her separate deed if ahe were unmarried. A married woman residing in the 
Territory, joining her husband in a deed, must acknowledge that she executed such deed 
ttttiy and voluntarily. When a married woman not residing in the Territory joins her hus- 
t»ad in conveying real estate situate in the Territory, the conveyance has the same effect 
as if she were sole, and the acknowledgment or proof of the execution may be made the 
same ss if ahe were aole. Within the Territory deeds must be executed in the presence of 
two witnesses who shall subsoribe their names as such; and the person executing a deed 
BoaF aekmowled^e the execution before a judge, clerk of the district court, notary pubUo, 
or commiaBioner within the Territory, and the officer taking the acknowledgment must in- 
dorae thereon a certificate of acknowledgment and the true date of making the same under 
hb hand. Proof of the executicm of any conveyance may be made before any officer au- 
thorised to take acknowledgment of deeds by a subscribing witness, who shall state his 
ofm plaee of residenee and tliat he knew the person described in and who executed such 
coQveyanee. When any grantor is dead, out of the Territory, or refuses to acknowledge his 
deed, and all the subscribing witnesses are also dead or reside out of the Territory, the same^ 
any be proved befcxe the district court or any judge thereof by proving the handwriting^ 
of *Jie grantor and of any subscribing witness. All deeds to real property heretofore (June 
6, 1900) executed in the Territory, signed by the grantors- in due form, are sufficient to 
convey title without any other execution or acknowledgment whatever. 

Any deed executed in any State, Territory, or District of the United States may be 
executed aecording to the laws of such State, Territory, or District, and the execution 
may be aeknowledgBd before any judge of a court of record, justice of the peace, or notary 
IM^hc, or other officer authorised by the laws of such State, Territory, or District to take 
the sifaiowledgment of deeds therein, or before any commissioner appointed for such pur- 
pose; but tmless the acknowledgment be taken before such commissions, or before a 
Botaiy pubEe certified under his notarial seal, or before a clerk of a court of record certified 
under the seal of the court, such deed shall have attached thereto a certificate of the clerk 
cr other proper eertifsdng officer of a court of record of the county or district within which 
such aeknowledgment was taken, under the seal of hia office, that the person whose name 
is anbecribed to the oertificate of acknowledgment was at the date thereof such officer 
aa he ia therein rep r e s e nted to be, and that he believes the signature of such person subscribed 
tbcreto to be genuine, and that the deed is executed and acknowledged according to the 
lava of sodi State, Territory, or District. 

A deed exeeuted in a foreign country may be executed according to the laws of such 
coontry, snd the execution may be acknowledged before any notary public therein, or 
miaiater |4enipotentiary, minister extraordinary, minister resident, charg6 d'affaires, com- 
laiaBoner, or consul of the United States appointed to reside therein, which acknowledge 
meat riudl be certified thereon by the officer taking the same, under hia hand; and if taken 
bdare a notary public his seal of office shall be affixed to such certificate. 

Umfarm Pweign AcknowMonmtt Act. — Deeds, etc., shall be acknowledged without the 
Ciiited States, before an ambassador, minister, envoy, or charge d'affaires of the United 
States in the country to which he is accredited, or before one of the following officers com- 
Biiaioned or accredited to act at the place where th» acknowledgment is taken and having 
ID oflkial seal, vis.: any e<»sular office of the United States; a notary public; or a oom- 
minooer or other agent of this Territory having power to take acknowl^gments to deeds. 
Every esrtificate of aeknowledgment made without the United States shall contain the 
Mme of the person making the acknowledgment, the date when and place where made, 
t statement of the fact that the person making the acknowledgment knew the contents of 
the natnunent and acknowledged the same to be his act; it shall also contain the name of 
tka peiBoo before whom made, his official title, and be sealed with his official seal, and may 
bt BobetaBtially in the following form: —• 
(Name of country). 
(Name of dty. province, or other political subdivision). 

Before the undersigned (naming the officer and designating hia official title), duly 



24 LAWS OF ALASKA. 

oommiosioned (or appointed) and qualified, this day peraonaUy appeared at the plaoe shan- 
named (naming the person or persona acknowledging), who declared that he (she or 

they) knew the contents of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be his 
(her or their) act. 

Witness my hand and official seal this day of 10 . 

(Seal) (Name of officer.) (Official title.) 

Depositions. — The testimony of a witness, in the Territory, may be taken by deposi- 
tion, in an action, at any time after the service of the summons or the appearance of the 
defendant, and in a special proceeding at any time after a question of fact has arisen, when 
(1) the witness is a party to the action or proceeding, by the adverse party; (2) the wit- 
ness's residence is more than one hundred miles from the place of trial; (3) the witness is 
r/}out to go more than one hundred miles beyond the place of trial; (4) the witness is too 
infirm to attend the trial; (5) the testimony is required upon a motion, or in any other 
case where the oral examination of the witness is not required; or, (6) when the witness a an 
officer, agent, or employee of the corporation that is a party to the action or prooeading, by 
the adverse party. 

The testimony of a witness, out of the Territory^ may be taken by deposition, by commiB- 
sion issued, upon five days' notice to the other party, by the clerk of the court, or jiutiee 
of the peace in a cause in his own court, to a person agreed upon by the parties, or. if 
they do not agree, to a judge, Justice of the peace, notary public, or clerk of a court se- 
lected by the officer issuing the commission. Interrogatories prepared by the parties and 
settled by the clerk or justice may be annexed to the commission, or the examination msy 
be without written interrogatories. The commission shall authorise the commissioDer to 
administer an oath to the witness and to take his deposition in answer to the interrof^- 
tories, or, when the examination is without them, in respect to the question in dispute. 
and to certify the deposition to the court in a sealed envelope, directed to the clerk or jui- 
tice who issued the commission, or other person designated and agreed upon, and forward 
it to him by mail or other tisual channel of conveyance. Such deposition, also, may be tskeo 
before a commissioner appointed by the governor of the Territory to take depositions in 
any State, Territory, or District, upon giving the opposite party eight days' notice of the 
time and place of examination, the name of the commissioner, and the witness, if the place 
of examination is not more than fifty miles from the place where the testimony is to be UM<i, 
and one day in addition for every additional twenty-five miles. Either party may sttend 
and examine the witness orally, but written interrogatories may be required by either part)' 
by serving written notice to that effect upon the other party within three days from the 
service of the original notice. 

The amount of the commisaioner's fees should be indorsed upon the deposition. 

Descent and Distribution. — The real property of an intestate dosoends as follows: 
1. In equal shares to his or her children and to the issue of any deceased child by right of 
representation; and if there be no child of intestate living at the time of his or hev death, 
to all his or her other lineal descendants: and if all such descendants are in the same degree 
of kindred to the intestate they take equally, otherwise, by representation. 2. If intestate 
leave no lineal descendants, to his wife, or if intestate be a married woman, to her hus- 
band ; and if intestate leave no wife nor husband, to his or her father and mother or survivor. 
3. If intestate leave no lineal descendants, neither husband nor wife, nor father, nor mother, 
such real property descends in equal shares to his brothers and sisters, and to the issue of any 
deceased brother or sister by right of representation; but if intestate leave a mother she takett 
an equal share with such brothers and sisters. 4. If intestate leave no lineal descendants, 
neither husband nor wife, nor father, brother, nor sister, such real property descends to his 
mother, to the exclusion of the issue of deceased brothers and sisters. 6. If intestate leave no 
lineal descendants, neither husband nor wife, nor father, mother, brother, nor sister, such real 
property descends to his next of kin in equal degree, excepting that when there are two or 
more collateral kindred in equal degree but claiming through different ancestors, those who 
claim through the nearest ancestor are preferred. 6. If intestate leave one or more chil- 
dren, and the issue of one or more deceased children, and any of such surviving children 
die under age without having been married, all such real property that came to such 
deceased child by inheritance from such intestate descends in equal shares to the other 
children of such intestate and to the issue of any other children who have died, by right 
of representation. But if all the other children of intestate be dead, and any of them have 
left issue, such real property so inherited by such deceased child descends to all the issue 
of such other children of the intestate in equal shares, if they are in the same degree of 
kindred to such deceased child; otherwise, they take by right of representation. 7. If intes- 
tate leave no lineal descendants or kindred, such real property escheats to the Territory of 
Alaska. . 

Personal property not bequeathed is applied and distributed as follows: 1. A widow u 
allowed all articles of her apparel and ornament and property sufficient for the support 
of herself and minor children for one year after the filing of the inventory of the estate. 
All property exempt from execution, also all of the personal estate, if it do not exceed 
one hundred and fifty dollars in value, may be set aside for the use of the widow or minor 
children. 2. Personal property remaining after such allowance is applied to the payment 
of debts and expenses of administration. 3. The residue is distributed among the person;* 
who would be entitled to the real property of the intestate; except that (a) if intestate 



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leftTC a husband and iatue, the husband receiTea one half of the residue, and the whole if 
no issue; (O if intestate leave a widow and issue, the widow reoeives one half of the resi- 
due, and the whole, if no issue. If there be no husband, widow, or kindred of the intestate 
all the residue escheats to the Territory of Alaska. 

AdTsncements are not considered a part of intestate's estate in computing the part to 
be given to the widow, but are so considered so far as regards the division and distribu- 
tion thereof among his issue. An illegitimate child may inherit or receive the property 
of his mother, but cannot inherit or receive property as representing his mother. If an 
illegitimate child die intestate leaving neither husband, widow, nor lawful issue, bis prop- 
erty descends to his mother. An adopted child takes and inherits property the same as 
if be had been bom to the parents by adoption, except as to property expressly limited to 
hein d the body of the parent by adoption; but he may not take by right of representation. 

Whenever any person owning property in any precinct of the Territ<»y disappears, the 
eommiasioner of the prednot in which the property is situate may appoint a guardian of the 
estate upon the application of any relative who would be an heir of such missing person's 
e»ute, or of a friend or other person interested in the estate, or upon his own motion. If the 
miaaing person be not beard from for six years he is presumed to be dead and his estate 
sdmimstcred as if dooessed. 

IHforec — A marriage prohibited by law on account of consanguinity of parties, 
or on account of either having a former husband or wife then living, is, if solemnised within 
the Territory, absolutely void, and for any of such causes may be declared void from the 
beci&ning, at the action of either party. When either of the parties to a marriage was 
incapable of making such contract or assenting thereto for want of legal age or sufficient 
understsnding, or if consent was obtained by force or fraud, the marriage may be declared 
void at the action or claim of the party laboring under the disability, or upon whom the 
force or fraud was imposed or practiced. If the marriage was solemnised in the Territory 
an action to declare it void may be maintained if the plaintiff is an inhabitant of the Terri- 
tory at the commencement thereof, otherwise plaintiff must have been an inhabitant of the 
Territory for three years prior thereto. 

The dissolution of the marriage contract may be declared at the action of the injured 
party for either of the following causes: (1) Impotency existing at the time of the marriage 
and continuing to the commencement of the action; (2) adultery: (3) conviction of felony; 
(4) willful desertion for the period of two years; (5) cruel and inhuman treatment cal- 
culated to impair health or endanger life; (fi) habitual gross drunkenness contracted since 
marriage and continuing for one year inior to the commencement of the action. Plaintiff 
rnu«t be an inhabitant of the Territory at the commencement of the action and for two years 
prior thereto. Neither party may marry a third person until the action is determined upon ap- 
peal or the time for taking an appeal has expired. No appeal from decree lies. (156 Fed. 473.) 

Residence and all caiases for divorce shall be determined by the court upon evidence ad* 
duced in open court. If duly ordered, service of summons may be made by publication of 
&ot Ifsfl than six weeks and mailing copy of summons and complaint to defendant, if non- 
ripfldent; defendant shall answer within thirty days after completion of period of publication; 
vben publication is ordered, personal service of a copy of the summons and complaint out of 
the Territory is equivalent to publication and mailing. 

Dower ftnd Curtesy. — The widow of every deceased person is entitled to dower, or 
^le use during her natural life of one third part in value of all the lands whereof her husband 
<!ied seised of an estate of inheritance. 

Vfaen any man and his wife are seised in her right of any estate of inheritance in lands, 
the haaband. on the death of his wife, holds the lands for his life as tenant thereof by the 
nirteay. although such husband and wife may not have had issue bom alive. 

IvMenee. — No person may be excluded as a witness on account of being a party 
c-r interested in the event of an action or proceeding, having been convicted of a crime, 
'1 hi« opinions on matters of religious belief. Persons of unsound mind and children under 
ttrit years of age who appear incapable of receiving just impressions of the facts respecting 
«':uch they are examined or of relating them truly may not be witnesses. A husband or 
*ife cannot be examined for or against the other without the other's consent, nor can 
nthn at any time be examined as to communications made by one to the other during 
■"t-Tiafe, but the exception does not apply to an action or proceeding by one against the 
(Ah^T or when a crime has been committed by one against the other. An attorney may not, 
■r.b'tQt bis client's consent, be examined as to communications made by his client to him 
'■' ':js advice thereon. A priest may not, without the consent of the person making the con- 
•*-9f}H, be examined as to any confession made to him in his professional capacity, in the 
<"-irae of discipline enjoined by the church to which he belongs. A physician or surgeon 
'■iy not, against the objection of his patient, be examined, in a civil action, or proceeding, 
&" '0 information acquired in attending the patient which was necessary to enable him to 
;f*WTibe or act. 

^drerse possession of real property for seven years is conclusively presumed to give 
^^ thereto except as against the United States. 

^▼ate seals, and scrolls as a substitute therefor, are abolished, but the effect when 
cwd remsios unchanged. 

Kiwvttong. — See Judgment and Bxeeuti<m. 

Blcnipttoos* — 1. Earnings of judgment debtor, for personal services rendered within 
u:y days next preceding ^the levy of execution or attachment, when necessary for the 




28 LAWS OF ALASKA. 

in jconspicaous piaoes on the mining claim, itatin« that he wiU not be reaponnUe for ao; 
debts contracted by the leasee, but the lien remains upon the leasehold interest and the miif 
eral extracted. Tiie lien must be filed in thirty days after quitting work and continues (or 
six months from filing, when suit must be brought, or, if credit is given, within six mootb 
after the expiration of credit, not exceeding one year from time work is completed. A duly 
recorded mortgage is prior to foregoing lien, so far as subsequent labor or materials is cob- 
osrned. 

Llmltattons. — Civil actions must be commenced within the following periods after 
the cause ot action accrued: Within ten years: action for the recovery of real property, 
or the poBsee^ion thereof; upon a judgment or decree of any court of the United Ststf». 
or of any State or Territory within the United States; upon a sealed instrument. Within 
six years: action upon a contract or liability, express or implied, except judgment or 
sealed instrument; upon a liability created by statute, other than a penalty or forfeiture: 
for waste or trespass upon real property; for taking, detaining, or injuring personal vrop- 
erty, including an action for the specific recovery thereof. Within three years: action 
against a marshal, coroner, or constable, upon a liability incurred by the doing of an act 
in his official capacity or in virtue of his office, or by the omission of an official duty, 
including the non-payment of money collected upon execution, but not an action, for an 
escape; action upon a statute for penalty or forfeiture, where the action is given lo tbe 
party aggrieved, or to such party and the United States, except the statute prescribe a 
different limitation. Within two years: action for libel, slander, assault, batter>% seduction, 
false imprisonment, or for any injury to the person or rights of another not arising on con- 
tract; upon a statute for a forfeiture or penalty to the United States. Within one year: 
action against the marshal or other officer for the escape of a person arrested or imprisoned 
on civil process; upon a statute for the penalty given in whole or in part to the person 
who will prosecute, but if not commenced within one year by private party may be within 
two years by the United States. Cause of action upon open, mutual, and current account 
is deemed to have accrued from the date of the last item. The time that one against whom 
a cause of action exists is out of the Territory or concealed within is no part of the time 
limited. Persons insane, within the age of twenty-one years, or imprisoned for less than 
life when the cause of action accrued may commence suit within two years after disability 
ceases. A case is taken out of the statute by a promise or acknowledgment in writing 
signed by the party charged or by payment of principal or interest. If cause of action aro» 
outside of the Territory between non-residents of the Territory, and is barred where the 
cause of action arose, no action may be maintained in the Territory. 

Marrted Women. — The property and pecuniary rights of every married woman at 
the time of marriage, or afterwards acquired by gift, devise, or inheritance, or by her own 
labor, are not subject to the debts or contracts of her husband, and she may manage, sell. 
eonvey, or devise the same by will to the same extent and in the same manner that her 
husband can property belonging to him. For civil injuries damages may be recovered from 
a married woman alone, and her husband is not responsible therefor. Contracts may be 
made by a wife, and liabilities incurred, and the same enforced by or against her to the 
same extent and in the same manner as if she were unmarried. All laws which impose 
or recognise civil disabilities upon a wife which do not exist as to the husband are repealed. 
Wife may record list of her property and such list is prima facie evidence of her separate 
ownersIKp, and property not so registered is deemed prima facie the property of the hus- 
band. Neither husband nor wife is liable for the debts or liabilities of the other inciim^ 
before marriage. Husband and wife may make conveyances and transfers and create liens 
between themselves, and either may constitute the other his or her attorney in fact, A 
woman becomes of age at twenty-one or upon being married according to law. 

Mortcages. — Mortgages are executed, acknowledged, and recorded in the same man- 
ner as deeds. No covenant is implied for the payment of the sum intended to be secured. 
Record of assignment is not notice to the mortgagor, his heirs, or personal representatives. 
Mortgage may be discharged by entry in margin of record signed by mortgagee or his per^ 
sonal representative or assignee and witnessed by the commissioner or deputy, or by cpr> 
tificate executed and acknowledged as other conveyances. Foreclosure is by action .of an 
equitable nature in which judgment is given for amount of debt, costs and attorneys' fees, 
property mortgaged is ordered sold and proceods applied upon account of judgment: execu- 
tion may issue against other property for balance. 

Notaries Public — Are appointed and commissioned by the governor of the Territory 
for a term of four years, and their jurisdiction extends throughout the Territory. Elarh 
notary is re:iuired to provide and keep a seal having engraved thereon the name of th*> 
Territory, the words " Notary public," his surname, and at least the initials of his Christian 
name, and has authority to demand payment of bills of exchange and promissory- note^. 
and to protest the same for non-acceptance and non-payment, a protest under his hand an i 
seal being prima facie evidence of the matters therein stated ; and may also exercise such 
powers and duties as by the law of nations and according to commercial usagea or by th<^ 
law of any State, government, or country may be performed by notaries, and shall ke<>p a 
record of such acts and may give cerKfied copies of such records. A notary also has author- 
ity to administer oaths and to take affidavits and depositions, and to take acknowTod^fnent^ 
of deeds and other instruments in writing and to give a certificate thereof, under his han<i. 
indorsed or attached to such instruments. At the expiration of his term of offloc, all hte 



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official reeordB an to be deponUd with the dork of the district tsourt for the division within 

which he resides, and thereafter such clerk may give certified copies of such records, and 

the official character of a notary is certified by such cleric. 
The notary must indorse after his official signature the date of the expiration of his 

commisBOD. 
Notes and Bills off BieiiAiige. — The ** Uniform Negotiable Instruments Act," adopted, 

by most of the States, is in force. 
Practice. — See Aetioru. 
ftoef •! dAliiis tent for CoUectton. (See Claifns aoaintt Bttaif of DeeeoMd PerMmu.) — 

If aetioD be brought and claim is denied in verified answer, it must be proved by deposition 

of competent witness if none can attend trial. Defendant's deposition may be taken by 

plaiotiff before trial in nature of discovery. 
Iccerdlng of Deeds. — An unrecorded conveyance of real property is void as against 

aoT subsequent innocent purchaser in good faith and for a valuable consideration whose 

roDveyance is first duly recorded. A commissioner is 9S-offieio recorder of a recording dis- 

trirc, the boundaries of which are fixed by the court. Conveyances of lands not in any record- 
ing district are recorded with the clerk of that division of the district court within the 
limits of which such lands are situated. 

UoJeai a conveyance of real property be recorded at the time of docketing a Judgment 
•xainst the grantor, it is void as against the lien of the judgment. All instruments shall be 
recorded in the recording district in which the property or subject matter affected by the 
iiwtnimeiit is situated. 

Bedemplloii. — See Judgment and Sxeeution, 

ICRteTto. — The plaintiff, at any time after the commencement of an aotion to recover 
the possession of i>ersonal property and before judgment, may claim the immediate de- 
iirery of such property upon filing an affidavit showing that he is the owner of the same 
orratitled to the poeaesaion K\urt<A\ that the property is unlawfully detained by def end- 
tat; the alleged cauae of detention; that the same has not been taken for a tax assessment 
or fiae, pursuant to a statute, or seised under an execution or attachment against the 
property of the plaintiff; or, if so seised, that it is exempt; and the actual value of the 
property. The plaintiff may thereupon, by indorsement upon the affidavit, require the 
Danhal to take the property from the defendant and deliver it to him. Upon receipt of 
the affidavit and indorsement and an undertaking, with two or more sufficient sureties, 
for the return of the property to defendant, if return be adjudged, and the payment of 
iQch sam as for any reason may be recovered against plaintiff, the marshal shall take the 
property into his poeseeaion and serve upon defendant a copy of the affidavit, indorsement, 
sad ondertaking. Defendant may except to the sureties wjthin three days, and at any 
time before delivery to plaintiff require the return of the property upon giving an under- 
taJdiic vith two or more sufficient suretiea for the delivery thereof to plaintiff, if delivery 
be adjudged, and the payment of such sum as may for any cause be recovered against him. 
If return is not so required within three days the property must be delivered to plaintiff. 
I'admakijig must be for double the value of the property, and suretiea must have quali- 
fications of bail upon arreet. 

Bcperts, Judicial. — Four volumes of reports of decisions by the district Judges of 
Alaska have been published by Weat Publishing Company of St. Paul, Minnesota, compiled 
l>y /ames Wickersham. formerly judge of the third and fourth divisions, and now delegate 
to Confreas from Alaska. 

ScTldon oi. Iaws. — See first paragraph of this abstract. The first session of the terri- 
torial legislature convened at Juneau, the capital, on March 3, 1913, the second on March 1, 
1915, the third on March 5, 1017. The laws passed by it are contained in three volumes and 
<aB be obtained from the secretary of the Territory at Juneau for five dollars each. 

Sales in Bulk. — Purchaser of stock of goods in bulk must, before paying or giving 
oMijatioD for purchaae price demand from vendor sworn statement of names and addresses 
of. and amounts due, creditors. Uxdeee purchase price is appUed pro raia to the payment 
of ^'editora such sale is void. 

Serrlce of Svannoiis. — See Actum: 

^PHiementaiy Proceedlocs. — See Judgment and BxeeMion. 

Taies. — Every person or cort>oration prosecuting or attempting to proeecute any of the 
fJoviog tines of buaineaa within the Territory must first apply for and obtain license so to 
i'j from the (Ustrict court or a subdivision thereof and pay per annum for such license for 
t^ respective lines of trade and business as follows: Salmon canneries four cents per case; 
toicion aalteries, ten centa per barrel; fish oil works, ten cents per barrel; fertiliser works. 
tv«Bty cents per ton; freight and passenger transportation lines, propelled by mechanical 
P^*er on inland waters and ocean and coastwise vessels doing local business for hire, one 
<*oiUr per ton on net tonnage; tramways, ten dollars per mile; saw-mills, ten cents per thou- 
'^d feet on lumber sawed; quarts mills, three dollars per stamp; mercantile establishments 
ud iTonufactories doins * business of under four thousand dollars per annum, ten dollars, 
^ m proportion to the amount of business done to five hundred dollars for establishments 
<lasK a business of one hundred thousand dollars per annum; in other lines of trade and busi- 
^tbe amount is fixed for each and ranges from ton to five hundred dollars. Licenses are 
*^ by the clerk of the division of the district court within the limits of which the buf*inp.«s 
i^tobe tarried on, upon the or.'.cr of the court. No assessments are made and no reports 



80 LAWS OF ALASKA. 

required other than the statements contained in the applications for license. Any person or 
corporation doing business without first having paid for the license required is deemed guilty 
of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction is fined, for the first offense, a sum equal to the license 
required, for the second offense, a sum equal to twice the license required, and for the third 
offense, thjcee times the license required and imprisonment for not less than thirty dayv nor 
more than six months. Each day business is done without a license constitutes a separate 
offense. A wholesale liquor license costs two thousand dollars and retail licensee from five 
hundred to one thousand dollars according to the population of the place in which the 
business is to be carried on. (Sale of intoxicating liquor after December 31, 1917, pro- 
hibited by Congress.) The amounts received from all kinds of licenses are paid into the 
treasury of the United States, except that in incorporated towns the amount collected therein 
may be returned to the municipality for municipal purposes. Incorporated towns may also 
impose and collect poll taxes and taxes on real and personal property, possessory rights and 
improvements, and a license tax on different lines of business, but no property tax shall 
exceed two per centum of the valuation; and no bonded indebtedness is authorised. From, 
municipal assessments appeals lie to the district court. By municipal ordinance, taxes may 
be made a lien upon the real and personal property of the person against whom they are 
levied, and in such case the exemption laws are not applicable. (Act of -April 28, 1904.) 

Municipal taxes become due at the times fixed by municipal ordinance. Federal licensee 
are issued for one year and may be issued by the court at any time. 

The territorial legislature passed an act, effective August 1, 1917, providing for taxation 
on lines of biisiness, most of them not included in foregoing act of Congress; providing for a 
license tax on attorneys at law, doctors, and dentists, ten dollars per annum; automobiles for 
hire, five dollars per annum; bakeries, fifteen dollars per annum; electric light and power 
plant, selling light and power to the public, one half of one per cent, of the gross receipts in 
excess of twenty-five hundred dollars; employment agencies collecting fees from employees, 
five hundred dollars per annum; salmon canneries, four and one half cents per case on King 
and Reds or Sockeyes, two and one half cents per case on medium reds, two cents per case 
on all others; two and one half cents per hundred pounds on all fish salted or mild cured ex- 
cept herring: fixed or floating and " dummy traps," one hundred dollars per annum; cold- 
storage plants, ranging from five hundred dollars per annum, on a business of one hundred 
thousand dollars or more per annum, to ten dollars per annum on a business under four 
thousand dollars per annum; laundries doing a business of over five thousand dollars per 
annum, and less than ten thoiisand dollars, fifty dollars per annum; from two thousand dol- 
lars to five thousand dollars, twenty-five dollars per annum; over ten thousand dollars, sev- 
enty-five dollars per annum; meat markets, ranging from ten dollars per annum for a bum- 
ness of ten thousand dollars ^r annum, to five hundred dollars per annum for a business 
of over two hundred thousand dollars per annum ; mining, one per cent, of net income in ex- 
cess of five thousand dollars, net income being cash value of output less operating expenses, 
repairs, and betterments actually done; ocean and coastwise vessels doing business for hire 
plying in Alaska waters, registered in Alaska and not registered elsewhere in the United 
States, and not paying a tax or license elsewhere, and freight and passenger lines propelled 
by mechanical power registered in the Territory, and not paying a license or tax elsewhere 
in the United States, and river and lake steamers and barges, as well as transportation lines 
doing biisiness wholly within the Territory, one dollar per ton on net tonnage, custom-house 
measurement of such vessel ; telephone companies, one half of one per cent, of gross receipts 
in excess of fifteen hundred dollars; waterworks selling water or power to the public, one 
half of one per cent, of gross receipts in excess of twenty-five hundred dollars; public mes- 
sengers, twenty-five dollars per annum ; fish oil works, two dollars per barrel ; fertiliser from 
herring, two dollars per ton. 

The territorial legislature also passed an act, effective April 30, 1913, providing for taxa- 
tion by municipal corporations, limited to two per cent, of the assessed valuation. Provision 
is made for the annual assessment and levy of taxes. Assessments are baaed upon the actual 
cash value of the property. Delinquent tax rolls are published four weeks, and thereafter, on 
a date specified in the notice, they are presented to the district court, which makes an order 
of sale of the real property. Such sale is by public auction held in the town after four weeks' 
published notice in a newspaper, or, if there be none, then by posting in three places for thirty 
days. Real property is sold to the highest bidder and is subject to redemption for two years 
from date of sale. Certificates of sale bear interest at fifteen per cent, per annum, and 
entitles the holder, from date of issuance until redeemed, to possession of the tract sold, 
together with the rents, issues, and profits thereof. Redemption is made by paying the 
amount of the purchase price, penalty, interest, and costs and all accruing taxes paid by the 
purchaser. If there be no redemption, the clerk of the town issues a deed to the holder of the 
certificate. Should the town become purchaser at the sale, it may issue a certificate there- 
after to any person who will pay to it the taxes, accrued interest, penalty, and costs. 

There is also imposed a poll tax of four dollars per year upon each male person between 
twenty-one and fifty years of age, within the Territory, with certain exceptions. These are 
payable to the commissioQer of the precinct in which the person resides, between the first 
Mondays in April and August; the commissioner transmits his receipts to the territorial 
treasurer. Non-payment of this tax is a misdemeanor punishable by fine or imprisonment. 

Tegtlmony. — See Evidence. 

Tmst Deeds. — No statute. 



LAWS OF ALASKA. 81 

— ETery penon of twenty-one yeare of ace, of Bound mind, may diepoee of all 
Yam or her property by will, saving a widow's dower and a husband's rights as tenant by 
the cwtesy- Will must be in writing, signed by the testator, or under his direction, in his 
janm nffi, and attested by two or more competent witnesses subscribing their names in the 
presenee of the testator. A will by an unmarried person is revoked by his subsequent 
marriaee. Children or desoendants of children not named or provided for in the will take 
na if testator had died intestate. A mariner at sea or soldier in military service may dis- 
pose of his personal property as at common law. Proof of nuncupative will must be made 
within mx months, and the words or their substance reduced to writing within thirty days 
after th^ were spoken. A person owning property in, but not an inhabitant of, the Terri- 
tory TOBY devise or bequeath the same according to the laws of his domicile. If such will 
be probated without the Territory, copies of the will and the probate thereof, certified by the 
derk of the court in which it was probated, with the seal of the court affixed thereto, if 
there be a seal, together with a certificate of the chief judge or presiding magbtrate, that 
the eertificate is in due form, and made by the clerk or other person having the legal cus- 
tody of the record, may be recorded, admitted in evidence, or contested and annulled as if 
executed and proved within the Territory. 

If tbe win is in writing and subscribed by the testator, it is deemed legaDy executed and of 
the same force and effect as if executed according to the laws of this Territory, if it be exe- 
cuted without the Territory in the mode prescribed by law of the place where executed or of 
the testator's domicile. 

Holographic wills with or without attestation shall be admitted to probate the same as 
other wills and be proved in the same manner as other private writings. 



ARIZONA LAWS. 

RevlMd I>6oember 1, 1917, by 
Walter Bennett, Eaq.* of Phoenix. 

• 

Acknowledgments. — Every deed or oonveysnce of real estate must be acknowledged. 
The acknowledgment of an instrument for record made in this State may be before a clerk 
of a court having a seal, a notary public, a county recorder, or a justice of the peace. With- 
out the State, but within the United States, or their Territories, before a clerk of some court 
of record having a seal, a commissioner of deeds appointed under the laws of this State, 
or a notary public. Without the United States, before a minister, commissioner, or charge 
d'affaires of the United States, a consul-general, consul, vice-consul, commercial agent, vice- 
commercial agent, deputy consul, or consular agent of the United States rendent in the 
country where the acknowledgment is made, or a notary public. The wife's acknowledgment 
may be the same as that of her husband. 

The acknowledgment of an instrument for the purpose of being recorded shall be made 
as follows: 1. If by a natural person or persons, by such person or persons appearing before 
some officer authorised to take such acknowledgment, and stating that he or they executed 
the same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. 2. If by an executor, admin- 
fstratsr, guardian, trustee, or other person acting in a representative capacity, by such 
person appearing before such officer, and stating that he, as such executor (or in such other 
representative capacity), executed the same for the purpose and consideration therein 
expressed. .3. If by a sheriff, deputy sheriff, commissioner, or other person acting in an 
official capacity, by such person appearing before such officer and stating that he, aa such 
sheriff (or in such other official capacity), executed the same for the purpose and oonaidera- 
tion therein expressed. 4. If by a person acting under a power of attorney, by such person 
appearing before such officer and stating that he, as attorney in fact for his principal, 
executed such instrument for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. 5. If by 
a corporation, by the authorised officer or officers of such corporation appearing before such 
officer, stating that he or they executed such instrument on behalf of such oorporataoa for 
the purpose and consideration therein expressed. 

The form of an ordinary certificate of acknowledgment shall be substantially as follows: — 

Statb of Arizona / ^ 

County of ) 

This instrument was acknowledged before me this day of 19 by (if by a 

natural person or persons here insert name or names; if by a person acting in a representative 
or official capacity, or as attorney in fact, then insert name of person as executor, attorney 
in fact, or other capacity; if by an officer or officers of a corporation, then insert name or names 
of such officer or officers as the president or other officer of such corporation, naming it). 

A. B., Notary Public (or other officer). 

The following instruments of writing, properly acknowledged, should be recorded: All 
deeds, mortgages, conveyances, deeds of trust, bonds for title, covenants, defeasance, or 
other instruments of writing concerning lands, or goods and chattels or other movable 
property of any description. No witnesses are required in addition to acknowledgment. 

Actions. — But one form of action. Do not abate by death if cause of actiop 8urvi\'es. 
All actions shall be commenced by filing with the clerk a complaint consisting of a concise 
statement of the facts constituting the cause of action, and summons shall be issued thereon 
within one year. Distinctions in forms between law and equity pleadings ace abolished. 
Actions ex delicto cannot be joined in the same complaint with actions ex coniritetu. If 
equitable relief is asked, may be sworn to, in which event the answer must be sworn to. 

Action must be commenced within three years after each item upon all accounts stated 
or open, except mutual and current accounts between merchant and merchant, their factors 
or agents. Limitation runs from date of delivery of the several articles charged, unless 
otherwise si>ecially contracted. Actions upon mutual and current accounts between mer- 
chant and merchant must be commenced within four years after cessation of deating^i. 
When the following form of affidavit is attached to the account, the same shall be taken as 
prima facie evidence thereof, unless the defendant at least one day before trial files written 
denial under oath: — 

State op Arizona | 

County of \ ' 

, being first duly-sworn, upon his oath deposes and says: that the above and fore* 

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going account is. within the knowledge of the affiant, just land true, and that it is due, and 
tb&t all just and lawful offsets, payments, and credits have been allowed. (Signature.) 
Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of ▲. d. I 

A. B., Notary Public. 
My commission expires 

Admlnlstnitlon of Es totes. — No public administration where person dies intestate. 

Letters of administration shall issue as follows: 1. To the surviving husband or wife or 

some perBon named by survivor. 2. The children. 3. The father or mother. 4. The 

brothers. 5. The sisters. 6. The grandchildren. 7. The next of kin entitled to share in 

e$Ut^. 8. The creditors. 9. Any person legally competent. Surviving partner may not 

admiDister deceased partner's estate. Administrator must publish notice to creditors of 

(iecedeDt. Creditors must make out claims properly sworn to and present them for allow- 

&ara within ten months when the estate exceeds in value three thousand dollars, and four 

months when it is less than that sum. The affidavit to claims presented for allowance must 

be that the amount is justly due, that no payments have been made thereon which are not 

rreiited, and that there are no offsets to the same to the knowledge of the affiant. If claim 

Is not due when presented, or is contingent, the particulars of said claim must be stated. 

If any other person than creditor swears to claim, he must give his reasons therefor. All 

mtices a/7ecting an estate where the amount of the estate exceeds eight hundred dollars 

c'.ust be published. 

AffldavltA or Afflrmatfons. — In the State they may be administered by any judge, 
ckrk, or deputy clerk of any court of record, justice of the peace, notary public, referee, or 
ronimLssioner. Without the State but within the United States, before any judge, commis' 
»ii>aM, or clerk of any court of record having a seal, master in chancery, notary public author- 
iied to administer oath.s and affirmations by the law of his State, or any commissioner of 
<i<H^i^. Without the United States, before any ambassador, minister, charge d'affaires, con- 
sul, deputy consul, vice-consul, notary public, whose official authority is authenticated under 
ihf i*al of the last named. 

iileos. — Aliens or corporations more than thirty per cent, of whose ^tock iftx)wned by 
persons other than citizens of the United States or who have declared their intention to 
y-f^ome such, cannot acquire, hold, or own (but they may lease for a term not to exceed 
6rr> years; any real estate other than mineral land or land necessary for the actual working of 
CiiDcsand the reduction of products thereof, except such iis may be acquired by inheritance 
or ID good faith in the ordinary course of justice or collection of debts, except where a treaty 
P'orid^ otherwise; but aliens acquiring land by inheritance or in good faith in the ordinary 
^>u^se of justice or collection of debts must sell such land within five years after title thereto 
bse paired, in default of which it escheats to the State. The above provisions do not apply 
to tb<> ownership of mines or lands used in the reduction of the products thereof. 
AJieod shall not be employed on any state, county, or municipal works or employment. 
Answer l>ay. — Summons in superior court shall require defendant to answer, if served 
within the county in which action is brought, within twenty days; in all other cases, thirty 
day?. Injustice court, if served in precinct, five days; without precinct and within county, 
<«8 days: out of county, fifteen days; all other casrs, twenty days; continuances may be 
panted for good cause, ten days; and if for want of evidence, thirty days. 

Appeab. — Appeal from justice court is taken by giving notice in open court at time 
of iadrment, or written notice thereof served on adverse party within five days after judg- 
E^Qt. and within ten days after judgment filing bond in double amount of judgment con- 
liiTioBed that the appellant shall prosecute his appeal to effect, and satisfy the judgment 
^'at may be rendered against him on such appeal. The amount shall exceed twenty dol* 
\^T> r;xcluiiive of coats, unless otherwise expressly provided by law. Appeals from the superior 
^f^iii to the supreme court are allowed in all cases where the amount is one hundred dollars 
CT ''ver. when the legality of any tax, toll, or impost, or municipal fine, or the validity of 
LI? statute is in question. In all criminal cases presented by indictment or information or 
vb^n the poesejision or title of lands is in controversy. 

Aff**t, — None provided for for debt; but every debtor who fraudulently removes his 
P^ip^rty out of the State, or fraudulently sells, conveys, assigns, or conceals his property 
'"b intent to defraud, hinder, or delay his creditors is punishable by fine and imprisonment. 
Aaaixnments for Beneflt of Creditors. — Assignments of all the property, not exempt, 
'4' la/icilvent debtors are provided for. They must be proved, acknowledged, and certified, 
wi rworded as conveyances of real or personal property. Tho assignment must show, 
--***, FTwlitors; the residence of each if known; if not known, that fact to be stated; the 
•2^ oviag to each; tho nature of the debt, whether arising on written contract, account, 
•■'' otherwise; the true consideration, and place where such indebtedness arose, of every 
.feicnent, mortgage, or other security for the payment of such debt; an inventory of the 
•^^t* at the date of the assignment, legal or equitable, with value to the best knowledge 
"' *hf debtor. Affidavit annexed to inventory states that the same is in all respects just 
**='l t»Tje. according to the best knowledge and belief. A.ssignment may be made for the 
*;''*fit of thoee creditors only who will consent to accept their pro rata share of estate and 
••.A-Urgp debtor. In which case only creditors consenting thereto receive dividend. No- 
''•^ rnurt he given personally and by publication. Assignee must give bond. Presentation 
*'' illowanee of claims must be within four months from the time of first publication of 
^ '"^ ol appointment of assignee. Claim shall be supported by affidavit of creditor, his 

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agent or attorney, that the statement is true, that the debt ia just, and that there are no 
oredita or offsets that should be allowed, except as shown by the statement. Creditors not 
consenting to assignment may garnish assignee for balance in his hands. All conwysnces 
to defraud or prefer title Test in assignee, notwithstanding the transfer. Preferences are 
▼oid. Grantee may show good faith and valuable consideration. 

Attechmenta. — At time of filing complaint, or any time afterward, plaintiff may have 
property of defendant attached. The plaintiff must file his affidavit showing that the 
defendant is indebted to him on an express or implied contract for the direct payment of 
money, and that such contract was made or is payable in this State, and that the par 
ment of the same has not been fully secured by mortgage, lien, or pledge upon personal 
or real property, or if originally so secured, that such security, without any fault of the 
plaintiff, or of the person to whom the security is given, has b«come valueless, and shall 
specify the character of the indebtedness; that the same is due the plaintiff over and aboT« 
all legal set-offs or counter-claims, and that demand has been made for the payment of the 
amount due; or the affidavit may be that the defendant is indebted to the plaintiff, stating 
the amount and character of the debt, that the same is due and payable over and above all 
legal set-offs and oounter-claims, and that the defendant is a non-resident of this State 
or a foreign corporation doing business in this State; or the affidavit may be that an action 
is pending between the parties, and that the defendant is about to move his property 
beyond the jurisdiction of the court to avoid the payment of judgment; that the attachment 
is not sought for a wrongful or malicious purpose, and that the action is not prosecuted to 
hinder or delay any creditor of the defendant. Upon filing such affidavit with the clerk 
of the court, or Justice of the peace, and a bond in amount equal to claim sued for, such 
officer shall issue a writ of attachment. The bond must be signed by two sureties. 

Clerks of the superior court and justices of the peace may issue writs of garnishment in 
the following cases: 1. Where an original attachment has been issued. 2. Where the plaintiff 
sues for debt and makes affidavit that such debt is just, due, and unpaid, and that defendant 
has not within his knowledge property in his possession within this State subject to execu* 
tion sufficient to satisfy such debt, and garnishment is not sued out to injure either defendant 
or garnisnee. 3. Where plaintiff has a judgment and makes affidavit that defendant baa 
not within his knowledge property in his possession within this State subject to execution 
sufficient to satisfy such judgment. In ease mentioned in subdivision 2, bond must be exe- 
cuted with two or more good and sufficient sureties in an amount equal to the debt claimed. 
Application for writ must be made setting forth the fact authortaing its issuance, and nnuat 
be sworn to. Plaintiff may attach when debt is not due by showing, in addition to the facts 
necessary to be shown, when debt is due; that defendant is about to remove permanently 
out of the State, and has refused to secure debt; or that he has secreted his property for the 
purpose of defrauding creditors; or that he is about to remove his property out of the State 
without leaving sufficient for the payment of his debts; or that he has disposed of his property, 
in whole or in part, with intent to defraud his creditors; or that he is about to dispose of his 
property with intent to defraud his creditors, and that the attachment is not sued out for the 
purpose of injuring or harassing the defendant, and that the plaintiff will probably lose his 
debt unless such attachment is issued. No Judgment to be rendered until debt shall become 
due. 

Bills of Sftle of Cattle — Must describe marks and brands, and be acknowledged before 
a notary public, and must be recorded. 

Claims against Estates of Deceased Persons. — See Administration of Bstoiea, 
Conditional Sales. — Evidences of conditional sales should be in writing, and must be 
acknowledged and recorded. 

Consignments. — No special statute on the subject. The Criminal Code provides um 
follows: " Every person intrusted with any property as bailee, tenant, or lodger, or with skny 
power of attorney for the sale or transfer thereof, who fraudulently converts the same or the 
proceeds thereof to his own use, or secretes it or them with a fraudulent intent to convert 
it to his own use, is guilty of embezzlement." 

Ck>n?eyances. — Conveyances must be in writing, subscribed and acknowledged. Com- 
munity property may be conveyed by the husband only, provided that the wife must join in 
all deeds and mortgages of real estate, except unpatented mining claims. Either husband or 
wife may convey his or her separate property without the other joining in the deed. 

Corporations. — Under a law effective May 28, 1912, a corporation commission 'vr&s 
created, being made the custodian of all papers, documents, records, and reports requires! 
to be filed by domestic and foreign corporations. This commission also has very extenaEB>*e 
powers to regulate all public service corporations and their relations with the public, anci is 
also given supervision over all corporations, both foreign and domestic, dealing in stoclcst, 
bonds, and other securities; of all associations, copartnerships, corporations, etc., doing l>visi» 
nesa as " Home Cooperative Companies," as well as of all other corporationa of whataoeirc*^r 
nature organized or doing business in the State. The commission is also required, whene-ve* 
any foreign corporation shall, without the consent of the other party to any suit or proce«^ 
ing brought by or against it in any court of this State, remove such suit or proceeding to aLjay 
federal court, or institute any proceeding against any citisen of the State in any feder^j 
court, to forthwith revoke the license of such company to do or tranaact any buainesa witkid 
the State. ] 

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LAWS OF ARIZONA. ' 86 

with powers as follows: To provide for perpetual Bueoeonon; to sae and be sued; to have a 
common seal azid alter it; to render shares transferable and prescribe the mode of trans- 
ferring; to exempt private property from liability; to make oontraots, acquire and transfer 
property and poeseseion as natural persons; to establish by-laws and make rules and r«gula- 
tiooN. Before commencing business a corporation must adopt articles, which shall be signed 
snd acknowledged m deeds smd filed for record in the office of the corporation commission 
and a eertiSed copy thereof recorded in the office of the county recorder of the county where 
the piindpal place of business is. Articles must be published six times in county where 
pnoeipaJ place of business is located. Articles must contain: 1. Names and post-office ad- 
dreaee of incorporators, name of corporation, and principal place of business, and the name 
of the corporation must indicate the oharskcter of the business to be carried on, and not more 
thm one corporation shall have the same corporate name. 2. General nature of busin£89 to 
be tranaacted. 3. Amount of capital stock authorised and when and how to be paini in. 
4. Time of oommenoement and termination of corporation. 5. The officers and time when 
to be elected. 6. Highest amount of authorised indebtedness, which must not exceed two 
t^rdfl of capital atook. 7. Whether private property of stockholders to be exempt from 
debu of <»rporation. They may commence business as soon as articles are filed with the 
corporation eommiseion and certified copy recorded in office of county recorder and a certi- 
ficate oi inoorporatioa delivered to the company by the corporation commismon. Affidavit 
of pablication of articles must be filed with the corporation commission within three months 
from date of filing articles. Corporations may endure for twenty-five years and may be 
ttoewed. Articles of incorporation may be amended by the affirmative vote of the person 
or persons holding a majority of the issued and outstanding stock of the corporation upon 
thirty days' notice in writing to stockholders. The cumulative system of electing directors 
ud managers of corporations is provided for. Persons holding stock as security are not 
penoitted to vote it, but the right to vote the same rests with the person so deporting stock 
u lecuiity. Special provisions are made for fire, marine, mutual-life, guarantee and surety 
companies, acddent, savings and loan, railroad, religious, social and benevolent corporations. 
Corporstioiis shall appoint a three year bona fide resident as its agent upon whom allfiotices 
Vid processes, indudiing service of summons, may be served, provided that all persons 
ttcQprng state pubUc offices are prohibited from acting as such. If not so appointed, cause 
for dJMdution. Every corporation organised under the laws of this State end every foreign 
nrporatiAi doing bumneas in this State is required to file an annual report v/ith the corpora- 
tasa commission in June of each year showing: 1. Its assets, liabilities, and accumulations, 
t The amount of its capital stock paid up and issued. 3. In detail all property, real and 
^Hnnai, owned, leased, or controlled, in what place or places situated, and the value thereof. 
At the time of filing such annual report, each corporation is required to pay to the corpora- 
tk>a commission a filing fee of five dollars for the filing thereof and in addition thereto an 
tSBoal registration fee of fifteen dollars. Failure to file report and pay fees is cause for dis- 
*him of domestic and revocation of license of foreign corporations. 

Foreign eorpcnations must file a duly authenticated copy of articles and appointment of 
•frat with the corporation commission and publish articles six times in sdtoe newspaper in 
*ach coonty in which bunness is to be carried on, and on expiration of publication must file 
*^vit thereof with the corporation commission; must pay a license fee of fifteen dollars 
^t^ corporation commission and obtain from the commission a license to do business in 
w State (not to apply to insurance corporations). Appointment of agent to be in writing, 
^f^ by president or other chief officer, attested by secretary, or by resolution of board of 
^^^^<>n. agent to be bima fide aot\ial resident of county for which appointed and of State 
^otf appointment for three years. Appointment must give full name and residence of 
"^^ If agent absents himself three consecutive months from county and none is ap- 
PuatMi within four months after commencement of absence, right to transact business shall 
f^. snd aU acts are nuU aaid void at option of person interested. No restrictions as to 
"^>os title to land by foreign corporations except that corporations organised under laws 
^ ^^Y ioniga country cannot hold land other than mines and lands necessary for milling 
^ B&eiting and for th« reduction of the products thereof. 

^^vestmeni companies, before selling their etock, bonds, or securities within this State, 
^' obtain permission ao to do from the corporation commission. 

^^ag and loan corporations organised under the laws of this State, or of any other 
^> Territoiy, or foreign country, shall execute a bond with two or more good and suffi- 
^'' "areties in the sum of fifty thousand dollars payable to the State, which shall be joint 
*^^eraL Sureties to justify. State treasurer approves the bond and may require renewal 
^ ..Qsufficient. Such corporations may in lieu of said bond deposit with the state treasurer 
T^f Bf bonds, or some other interest-bearing valid bonds of the State of Arizona, or of any 
*^ coonties thereof, or any of its first mortgages, or give security through any reliable 
*^ty company to the amount of fifty thousand dollars. 

.^^ — Usually abide the result of suit. May tax or retax on motion. Plaintiff may 
"«d«r«i to give security before trial. Within five days after order he may make poverty 
^*i^if a ressdent of the State; if no showing or bond given in ten days, case dismissed. 
^ *3its against the State, bond for costs must be given, and if judgment is recovered 
'^ the Sute it is without costs. 
V**ti, Julsdlctfon and Terms of. — See Court Calendar for Arizona. 
iJ««r.- Abolished. 
*y» •! Grace. — Abolished. 



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LAWS OF ARIZONA. 



Deeds. — Sec Acknotcledgments. 

Depositions. — Depositions ma^ be takea within the county without commiBsion by 6ve 
days' notice and one day additional for every twenty-five miles Also where the witness 
resideg more than fifty miles from the place of trial, or is about to remove from the State, 
or is sick, aged, or infirm, or is without the State and within any State or Territory of the 
United States, notice being given one day for every one hundred miles and one day in addi- 
tion, provided the court may fix time of taking and notice to be given. Depositions may ali«o 
be taken of a witness who is out of the county and within the United States, by commission 
and interrogatories to any clerk of superior court, or any notary public of proper county. 
Without the State and within the United States, to any clerk of a court of record having a 
seal, any notary public, or any commissioner of deeds. Without the United Stjitcs. to any 
notarv public, minister, commissionor, charg6 d'affaires, any consul-general, consul, vice- 
consul, commercial agent, vice-commercial agent, deputy consul, or consular agent of the 
UniteJ States. Commissioners are given power to punish for contempt, i.'tsue subpoenas, 
and swear interpreters. Commissioner must indorse across the seal of envelope his name, 
and indorse on envelope names of parties to /luit and witnesses, and direct package to clerk 
of court or justice of the peace. Depositions are returned to the court either by mail or by 
any person. If by mail, clerk must indorse on them that he received them from the post- 
office and .sign his name thereto. If sent otherwise than by mail, person delivering tbem 
into court must make affidavit that he received them from the officer before whom they 
were taken. Officer shall certify that the answers of witness were signed and sworn to before 
him. 

Descent and Distribution. — Property of i>er8on dying intestate, leaving nr>ither 
husband nor wife livino;, shall descend in parcenary to male and female, as follows: 1. To his 
children and their descendanis. 2. If none, then to the father and mother equally; if only 
one survive, then in two equal portions, one to survivor and one to brothers and sisters of 
deceased and to their descendants; but if none survive, then the whole to the surviving 
father or mother. 3. If neither father nor mother survives, then the whole to brothers and 
sisters !*id descendants. 4. If no such kindred survives, then in two moieties, one to the pa- 
ternal, the other to maternal kindred as follows: (a) to grandfather and grandmother equally; 
(6) if only one survive, then in two parts, one to survivor and one to the descendants of the 
other; (c) if no such descendants, then the whole to the surviving grandparent; Jef) if no 
grandparents survive, then the whole to their descendants, passing to lineal ancestors and 
their descendants. When there survive a hu.sband or wife, it descends as follows: If there 
be child or children, or their descendants, surviving husband or wife takes one third of 
personal estate and remainder to child and its descendants; surviving husband or wife has 
life estate in one third of land, with remainder to child and its descendants; if no child nor 
children or their descendants, then survivor is entitle<i to all personal estate, and to one 
half the real estate, the other half passing according to the foregoing rules: provided that 
if neither father nor mother survives, surviving husband or wife is entitled to the whole. 
No distinction is made in the descent between property acquired from father or mother; 
provided intestate is adopted heir and leaves no husband, wife, or child, then it goes to tiio 
person and heirs who adopt them. In collateral kindred half blood inherit half as much as 
the whole; and if all are of the half blood they take all. Common property goes one half 
to the survivor, and the other to child, but if no child, then to survivor. Issres before 
marriage and those of a marriage deemed null in law are legitimate. Bastards inherit 
from mother and may transmit estate and also distribute a share of personal estate of kin- 
dred. It is no bar that ancestor is or has been an alien. If property descends to alien, he 
has five years to become a citizen and take possession or sell the same, provided that treat- 
ies of the United States with alien's nation do not otherwise direct; and provided that 
aliens may take and hold by descent from aliens or citizens in the same manner in which 
citizens of the United States may take or devise or descend within country of alien. 

Inheritance Tar. — All property within the jurisdiction of the St^te passing by -will or 
descent, or by deed, grant, bargain, sale, or gift enn^a mortin, or intended to take effect in 
possession or enjoyment after the death of the grantor, bargainor, or donor, to any person 
or corporation in trust or otherwise, is subject to a tax. 

When the property passes to or for the use or benefit of any grandfather, grandmother, 
father, mother, husband, wife, child, brother, sister, wife or widow of son, or the husband of 
a daughter, or to any legally adopted child or children, or to any person to whom the dece- 
dent for not less than ten years prior to death stood in the acknowledged relation of parent, 
or to any lineal descendant born in lawful wedlork, th«» tax shall be at the rate of one per 
cent, of the appraiscrl value roceived by each porson. Provided, that estates valued at less 
than ten thousand dollars are not subject to taxation in such case, and if any one person re- 
ceives less than five thousand dollars, his share is not to be taxed. 

When the property pa-sscs to or for the use or benefit of any aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, 
or any lineal descendant of the same, the tax shall bo at the rate of two per cent, of the 
appraised value rereivcrl by ea^'li person. Provided, that estates valued at loss than five 
thousand dollars are not subject to taxation in such case, and if any one person receives less 
than two thousand dollars, his share is not t9 be taxed. 

In all other cases the t.ax shall be at the rate of throo per cent, on the appraised value of 
the property re-.-eived by each person, body politic or corporate, on the whole of all amounts 
received not exceeding ten thousand dollars, four per cent, on the T.'hole of all amounts re- 



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cc-ired over ten thoiisand and not exceeding twenty thousand dollars, five per cent, on the 
whole of all amounts received over twenty thousand and not exceeding fifty thousand dollars, 
and six per cent, on the whole of all amounts received over fifty thousand dollars. Provided, 
that no estate valued at less than five huiyired dollars shall be subject to taxation in such 
r,i5e, aod if any one person, body politic or corporate, receives less than five hundred dollars, 
such »hare is not to b« taxed. 

The tax accrues from the date of the death of the decedent or donor and shall be due and 
payable eight months from such death, except as otherwise provided in the act. Payments 
are made to the state treasurer, and such tax is a lien upon the property embraced in the 
inheritance, and the executor, administrator, or trustee is personally liable for the tax until 
ita payment to the extent of the valud of the property. 

Dlrorce* — Any impediment that renders marriage contract void; adultery committed 
by either husband or wife; physical incompetency at the time of marriage continued to 
commencement of suit; conviction and imprisonment for a felony one year after final 
judf^ment, where neither husband nor wife was witness ag:^inst the other: willful desertion 
for one year; where either has been guilty of excesses, crael treatment, or outrages towai ds 
the other; habitual intemperance of either party; where the husband for one year has neg- 
lected to provide the common necessaries, having ability, or failing by reason of his idleness, 
profligacy, or dissipation; when prior to marriage cither party has been convicted of a felony 
or infamous crime without knowledge of the other party at time of marriage; in favor of the 
husband when the wife at time of marriage without his knowledge is pregnant by another 
nan. Party suing for divorce must have been an actual bona fide resident of the State for 
one year, and of the county six months before bringing suit. Neither party may marry unti 
aftoj- the expiration of one year from the date of decree of divorce. 
Dower. — Abolished. 

Employers* Ll»blllty Act. — By the constitution of Arizona which became efTeotive 
Ffbnary 14, 1912, the common law doctrine of fellow servant was, so far as it affects the 
iiahiiity of a master for injuries to his servant resulting from the arts or omissions of any 
ot.Vr servant or servants of the common master, forever abrogated. Therefore,, pursuant 
to a further provision of the constitution, the first legislature of the State passed an "£m- 
pj'jyers' Liability Act." which went into eflfect on M^y 24, 1912. This act makes any indi- 
vidual, asaociation, or corporation carrying on a hazardous occupation as specified in the act 
lishie for the d6ath or injury of any employee in the service of such employer caused by any 
ai^'idpnt due to a condition or conditions of such occupation in all cases in which such death 
or injury of such employee shall not have been caused by the negligence of the employee killed 
or injured. In actions brought under this act, the question of whether the employee may have 
U^n guilty of eontributory negligence, or has assumed the risk, shall be a question of fact 
and ^bali at all times be left for the jury to determine. Any contract made for the purpose of 
eoabiiDg any employer to exempt himself or itself from liability created by this act shall be 
to that extent void. When a second appeal is taken by the defendant in cases where the 
plaintiff has been successful in the lower court uiK>n a new trial after having been successful 
i^poQ the first trial, if the judgment of the lower court be again sustained by the appellate 
'^tirt, then the plaintiff shall have interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum from 
the date of filing suit upon the amount of the judgment. The statute of limitations runs in 
t»o years against^ causes of action accruing under this act. 

ErMenec. — Parties in interest may testify. No person is ineom potent on account of 
rf^.iaous belief or want of religious belief, nor on account of color, nor because he has been 
iQ«ii<!ted, accused, or convicted of a crime. Wife of party is competent. Parties cannot 
^^ify to any transaction with testator, intestate, or ward unless called by opposite party, 
'if by th4» court. 

EtecatloDS. — In superior court executions are returnable in not less than ten nor more 
t'ian ninety days. Alias and pluries may issue. Stock upon range, except sheep, may bo 
.'•vif^ upon without actual imssession, Personal property sold on ten days' notice, real 
TToperty on three weeks' notice; proceedings supplementary to are the usual statutes. From 
i-iMiee eourts executions are returnable in sixty days. Writ may be issued at any time within 
-V- years. 

Exemi^tloits. — Specific articles of personal property are exempt from execution. Very 
t^iinerous and very liberal, including five cows, two horses, all farming implements, oil tools 
«'/ni<rf?hanics, library, etc., of professional men. Also one half of earnings of debtor for thirty 
'-^'."? next previous to levy necessary to family support are exempt. Prospectors' n>ining 
tool^ and camping outfit are exempt. Uniform, arms, and equipment of national guardsmen 
»^ exempt. 

BomstUad. — Real property of the value of four thousand dollars in one compact body; not 
<^^^s«ary to live on the same, but family must reside in State. Claim of homestead must be 
la iritffig under oath and recorded, and must describe land claimed and state value and that 
'^'.lioiint is head of family. It is effectual only from date of recording. Husband cannot bell. 
«*5«», or incumber homestead without being joined by wife. Debtor may select one appraiser 
iC-iereditor one. If they cannot agree, these two select a third. In case no agreement on third, 
'&'^ may make selection. In case debtor fails to make selection, officer may act for him. 
^Jiwiibhnieilts. ^— See Attaehmenta. 

Ctoanntee Companies — Are authorised to sign any recognizance, stipulation, bond, 
^ Bodertaking oonditioned for the faithful performance of any duty, or for doing or refrain- 
s' Inm ddng anything in auch bond, recognisance, stipulation, or undertaking specified. 



88 LAWS OF ARIZONA. 

the flame to be approved by the party required to accept the same. A rent must be ap* 
pointed and a copy of hie appointment filed with the corporation commission of th.> Sictc and 
recorder of each county where such company does business. All lawful pr>-^'-f . -3 aj on agrnt 
is service on the company. Before doing business company must deposit willi ihe corpor:i< ion 
commission a certified copy of article of incorporation and sworn statement by its presidi-ct 
and secretary showing assets and liabilities; must have paid-up capital of not less than ouf 
hundred thousand dollars in cash or its equivalent; m\ist make a sworn statement as above 
to the corporation commission in the month of June of each year. Corporation commi^ioD 
may revoke authority when satisfied that company is not solvent. Company may be sued on 
its recognisance, etc., in the county where the same is Kiven, or where the principal ottico \> 
located. Upon filing annual report in June of each year such company shall file therewith j, 
statement under oath showing the sum total of all gross premium receipts collected withiu tbe 
State for the period of twelve months preceding and cause the same to be published in a duly 
newspaper within the county in which the commission has its domicile, upon which grow pn~ 
mium receipts a tax of two per cent, shall be ie%'ied by the commission and must be pai>1 
before certificate of authority can issue. Such tax to be payment in full of all demands for any 
tax on such oompanv for conducting such surety business in the State. 

Holidays. — Sunday, first day of January, fourteenth day of February (*'Admissioa 
Day"), twenty-second day of February, thirtieth day of May, fourth day of July, twenty- 
fifth day of December, general election day. Thanksgiving Day, Arbor Day, the first Monday 
in September (Labor Day), and the twelfth day of October (Columbus Day). No public 
office shall be open on holidays. Judicial business may be transacted on any legal holid&y in 
the following oases: 1. Instructions upon their request when a jury is deliberating on a ver- 
dict. 2. To receive a verdict or discharge a jury. 3. For exercise of the powers of a magis- 
trate in criminal actions. 4. To issue and serve injunctions, attachments, claim and delivery, 
and writ^ of prohibition. Time in which anything is provided by law to be done is computed 
by excluding the first and including last day; but if last day fall on a holiday, it too is ex- 
eluded. If a holiday, except Sunday, falls on Sunday, the next day is a holiday. 

Homestead. — See Exemptions. Family must reside in State. 

Husband and Wife. — All real and personal property acquired by either before mar- 
riage and that afterwards by gift, devise, or descent, with the increase, rents, issues, and 
profits, is separate property, and not liable for the debts of the other. Sec Married Women. 

Infants — May locate and own mines; superior court may pass absolute title to mining 
property of. 

Inheritance Taxes. — See Deaeent and Dittribulion. 

Insaranee. — See Corporationa. 

Interest. — Parties may agree on any rate not exceeding ten per cent, per annum. 
No agreement, six per cent, allowed. Other States are presumed to have same law. Judg- 
ments bear same rate of interest as note or agreement on which judgment rendered. 

Judgments. — Judgments may be confessed in open court by power of attorney execut«^ 
and acknowledged subsequent to tbe contracting of debt. Judgments may be revived by srire 
faeitu or actions may be had thereon. Judgment may be rendered on an open aceount sup- 
ported by afl^davit of plaintiff, his agent or attorney, to the effect that it is within the know- 
ledge of affiant just and true, that it is due, and that all just and lawful offsets, payments, and 
credits have been allowed. Judgments may be had against the State, but without costs. 

Licenses. — Dram-shops, traveling merchants, peddlers, hawkers, theatres, concerts, 
rope performances, wire^Iancers, wire-walkers, circuses, menageries, billiard tables, bowling- 
alleys, distilleries, pawnbrokers, insurance agents, gaming and gambling tables, chauffeurs, 
and automobiles are liable for licenses. 

Liens. — Liens of every form attempted to be given on any stock of goods, wares, or 
merchandise in business which oontemplates a continuation of possesrion are void. Judi;- 
ments when entered on abstract book of superior oourt clerk are a lien upon the real entate 
from the date; in one county may be abstracted and filed in another and become a lien. 
Hotel-keepers, boarding-house keepers, liverymen, material-men, mechanics, and laborers 
have liens for the amount of their charges. Mechanics' or other liens upon homeetecMl must 
be upon contract signed by wife. Mechanics' liens expire in six months unless suit is brought . 

limitations. — To recover real estate held under title or color of title, action xntut be 
brought within three years after cause accrued; held under deed or deeds duly recorded 
and tax receipts, within five years; held, cultivated, used, and enjoyed, within ten years; 
held by right of possession only, two years, where the plaintiff shows no better titl^ One 
year, actions for personal injuries, malicious prosecution, false imprisonment, libel, slander, 
seduction, breach of promise, and injuries resulting in death, and indictment found or in- 
formation filed for any misdemeanor. Actions for relief on ground of fraud or mistake, action 
not deemed to have accrued until discovery of facts constituting fraud. Two yearm stctions 
for trespass, injuries to property, detention of personal property, conversion, trover, and 
under Employers' Liability Act. Three years, for debt, where the indebtedness is not evidenced 
in writing; actions upon stated or open account other than mutual ^nd current account.* 
as concern the trade of merchandise between merchnnt and merchant, their faetora or 
ag'. nts. No item of open or stated account is barred so long as any item thereof shall have 
been incurred within three years prior to the commencement of the action. Four years, ar 
tioia for penalty or damage :s on the penal cla\uo of a bond to convey real estate; actions b} 
one partner against copartner for settlement of partnership aocounta; aotions upon mutua 
and current scoounts between roerchsnt and merchant; actions upon judgment or decree o 



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any court rendered without thia State, or upon an instrument in writing executed without 
tbe State; actions upon the bond of any executor, administrator, or guardian alter death, 
re*igQation, or removal; every action other than for the recovery of real estate for which no 
Uviutiott a otherwise prescribed; actions for specific performance of contracts for the con- 
Teyance of real estate; Sve years, actions for the collection of inheritance tax, and ifidlctment 
fo md or information filed for any other felony than murder; six years, actions for debt evi- 
de iced or founded upon contract in writing executed within this State. Every judgment or 
decree of any other State or Territory, District of Columbia, or foreign country shall be 
barred if barred by the laws of such State or country. Limitation ceases during permanent 
absf Di?e; new acknowledgment of promue must be in writing. No demand shall be debarred 
by removal to this State for twelve months unless previously barred by country from which 
he emigrated. limitation governed by act in force at time statute began to run. 

Married Women. — Manied women eighteen years of age and upwards have the same 
legal rights as men of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, except the right of suf- 
frage and holding office, and except the right to make contracts binding the community 
property. 

Ileal or personal property owned or claimed by husband or wife, or that acquired after 
marriage by gift, devise, or descent, and the increase, rents, issues, and profits are separate 
property; so are the earnings and accumulations of wife and her minor children in her cus- 
tody while living apart from her husband. All other property is common property and can 
be disposed of by the husband only, provided the wife join in deeds and mortgages of real 
property, except unpatented mining claims. 

Mechanics* Liens. — See Lien*. Original contractor within ninety days, and all others 
daiming liens within sixty dajrs, from completion of building must make atnd file in recorder's 
office notice and claim of lien and serve owner with copy. Notice must contain name of owner; 
deaeription of property; statement of terms, time given, and conditions of contract if oral, 
or copy of contract if written: and a statement of lienor's demand after allowing all just set-^ 
offs. Liens prior to all mortgages not recorded or of which lienor had no notice before work 
begun. 

Mlnea and Mining. — Mining laws of Congress govern, together with territorial stat- 
ntea, and local rules and regulations of miners. Where co-owner advertises out for failure to 
contribute his portion of assessment work, the notice and proof of service may be filed 
with the county recorder within ninety dajrs after service personal or by publication. 
If contribution be made within ninety days after service, co-owner must give receipt for 
money. In all actions, judgments, grants, or conveyances it shall be sufficient description 
of mining claim if therefrom can be intelligently learned the name of the claim, the dis- 
triet, county, and territory, and the book and pa^c where location notice is recorded. Loca- 
tion notice must contain: (1) name of the claim located; (2) the name of the locators; (3) the 
date of locaUon; (4) length and width of claim in feet, and distance in feet from point of 
diaoovery to each end of the claim; (5) the general course of the claim; (6) locality of claim 
vitli reference to some natural object or permanent monument whereby claim can be iden- 
tified. From time of location locator is allowed ninety days within which to do the follow- 
ing things: (1) to cause to be recorded with the county recorder a copy of location notice; 
(2) to ank a discovery shaft at least eight feet from the lowest part of the rhn of the shaft 
from the surface, and deeper if necessary to disclose mineral in place; (3) to monument 
daim on the ground so that its boundaries can be readily traced. Failure to do any of the 
above things within ninety days shall be construed an abandonment. Surface boundaries 
may be marked by At substantial posts projecting four feet above the surface or substan- 
tial stone monuments at least three feet high, one at each corner of such claim, and one at 
the centre of each end line. Location notices may be amended. 

Placer loeatioina are made in the same manner as lode claims, except that a post or monu- 
a^nt of stone is to be placed at each angle of the claim; if post used, it must be at least 
fair inches by four feet six inches in length, set one foot in the ground, and surrounded 
by a mound of stone. No location work required on placers. Copy 6f placer location must 
be recorded within sixty days after date of location. Eight hours legal day's labor for all 
miners working underground. 

By an act effective May 13, 1912, the office of mine inspector was created. This act pre* 
tribes the duties and powers of the inspector and retnxlates the operation and equipment of 
all mines in the State, providing regulations securing the health and safety of workers therein. 

Mortsascs* — Mortgages may be given either with or without power of sale, and must be 
executed, acknowledged, and proved as other conveyances. Sale of real estate under mortgage 
most be ordexvd by court ujUess it contains special power of sale. Mortgages may be released 
by entry on the margin of the record or by the usual release acknowledged. 

Mertsases* Cbattcl. — Mortgages may be given upon all personal property except 
AGck of merchandise daily offered for sale. The original or a certified copy must be filed 
vnb the county recorder, and parties to it must attach affidavit that it is bona fide and made 
*iihoat any design to delay or to defraud creditors. Mortgagor may retain possession 
ihK«rf, Condition is broken if mortgagor removes property from county or sells or dis- 
po«?* of same without consent of mortgagee, who may then sell and pay debt, whether due 
<>r not. If property is removed to another county, mortgagee has one month to file copy in 
ywofd^s office in such county. Mortgagor, where time of payment is fixed, may fore- 
4o«e by notice and sale unleis a stipulation in writing to the contrary has been agreed upon 
^1 U^ paitiea, or he may foreclose in court. Notice must ccmtain full description of pro- 



.40 LAWS OF ARIZONA. 

pcrty, with the time, place, and terms of sale, and^raiist be served on mortgagor and all pur- 
chasers subsequent to nortgage, and on all persons having recorded liens junior to the 
jiiortgagc. Notice must be posted in three public places for ten days, and published at lca>t 
once in a newspaper published in the county. Chattel property pledged, unless otherwis* 
agreed in writing, may be sold by giving the pledgor or any purchaser or assignee notice 
in writing for fifteen days of intention to sell, and by posting notices In three public places ia 
the county of pledgor's residence, and by publishing once in a newspaper. Notice must 
contain description of property, the time and hour when, and the place where, sale will take 
place. Pledgor may redeem at any time before sale, or the pledgee may foreclose in court. 

No chattel mortgage has any legal force or eflfect except between the parties, unless the 
residence of the mortgagor and mortgagee, the sum to be secured, the rate of interest to be 
paid, and when and where the debt is payable are set out in the mortgage. 

Notaries Public. — Appointed by governor. Hold office four years. Women eligible. 
Bond one thousand dollars. Demand acceptance and payment and protest commercial 
paper. Take acknowledgments of all instruments, administer oaths, take depositions, kf?v'p 
official record of all acts done; keep record of parties, date, character and description of 
property affected by all instruments acknowledged before them. Have seal with the nam^ 
of notary, name of county for which commissioned, and words " Notary Public'* engraved 
thereon. Must reside in the county for which they are appointed, and have jurisdiction only 
within such county. Official character of notary may be certified by secretar>' of state. 

Notes and Bills. — The Arizona legislature in 1901 passed an act as a substitute for 
all prior legislation concerning negotiable instruments. The act is largely declaratory of 
the law merchant. It is almost identical with the laws existing in England, New York. 
Connecticut, Florida, and is identical with the Colorado law. See the laws of these State*. 

Partnership — Doing business in this State under fictitious name or designation not 
showing name of partners must file with county recorder a certificate stating names in full 
of all its membero and its place of business. 

Pleadings — Are under the code; must state facts constituting cause of action or grounda 
of defense. Consist of complaint, answer, and demurrer to complaint. 

Practice — Is a code practice. 

Proof of Claims. — For proof of claims against estates see Administration of Estate 
and Willi. Par. 1755. When any action or defense is founded upon an open account sup- 
ported by the affidavit of the party, his agent or attorney, trken before some officer author- 
iaed to administer oaths, to'the effect that such account is, within the knowledge of the 
affiant, just and true, that it is due, and that all just and lawful offsets, payments and 
credits have been allowed, the same shall be taken as prima facie evidence thereof, unless tht* 
defendant shall, at least one day before the trial, file a written denial under oath, stating 
that such account is not just or true in whole or in part, and if in part only, stating the 
items and particulars which are unjust. Where he fails to file such affidavit he shall not be 
permitted to deny the account or any item therein, as the case may be. 

Record. — The superior courts are courts of record. Certified copies of all public recxjrds 
may be read in evidence with like effect as originals. 

Redemption. — iSix months' redemption period for judgment creditor on all judicial 
sales of real estate, whether on ordinary execution, foreclosure, or sale for taxes. No redemp- 
tion from judicial sales of personal property. 

Replevin. — Plaintiff claiming right to possession of personal property may replevin 
same by filing affidavit showing ownership and right of pos8es.sion, or right of possessioii 
only; that the property is wrongfully detained by defendant, and value of the property, and 
that same has not been seized under process against plaintiff, or if so seized that same is 
exempt from such seizure. Bond required in double value stated in affidavit. Defendant may 
within two days give re-delivery bond in double value of property and retain possession of 
the property. 

Sales In Bulk. — Retail dealers cannot sell stock in bulk except after notice in ivriting 
acknowledged and reoorded and posted ten days before sale and published six times in a daily 
or three times in a weekly newspaper before sale, describing property and parties to whom 
sale is to be made. Sales made without such notice are void as to creditors. 

Service of Summons. — Upon any incorporated company or joint-stock assoeiation 
service may be made on the president, secretary, treasurer, or any director, or upon the 
local agent representing same in the county in which suit ia brought, or by leaving copy of 
same at the principal office during office hours; upon any railroad, telegraph, or express 
company, by serving any agent of such company who resides in the county, or may be 
found therein, where suit is brought. A domestic corporation having no officer in this ^^tate 
upon whom service of process can be had may be served by depositing two copies of the 
summons, writ, or other process in the office of the corporation commission, one of which 
the commission shall mail, postage prepaid, to the office of the company, or the president, 
secretary, or any director or officer of such company. 

Set-oflT and Counter-claim *— May be pleaded, stating the items thereof. In claim for 
unliquidated or uncertain damages founded on a tort or breach of covenant, defendant n 
not permitted to set off any debt due him by the plaintiff; and if the suit be founded on a 
certain demand the defendant shall not be permitted to set off unliquidated or uncertain 
damages founded on a tort or breach of a covenant. Defendant may plead set-off or counter- 
claim founded on a cause of action arising out of, incident to, or connected with the plain* 
tiff's cause of action. 



LAWS OF ARIZONA. 41 

Sammons. — ^ee Antwer Day. 

SapiM^mentary ProceedlDKS* — In aid of execution a debtor may be brought before the 
court and made to testify as to his property. 

Snretj Compftnles. — See Ouarantee Companie*. 

Taxes* — Lien of taxes attaches to land and personal property first Monday in January. 
Property owners must report same to assessor between first Monday in January and May 
!ro, whether demanded or not. No specified date for making or filing such report, or date of 
ownership. Half taxes due first Monday in September and become delinquent first Monday 
in November: second half due first Monday in March and become delinquent first Monday in 
May. Four per cent, penalty added after taxes become delinquent. Personal property 
taxes are collected by distress, unless owner also has real estate sufficient to pay taxes on 
both personal and real property. All delinquent taxes on real estate must be collected by 
action by tax collector afirainst owner in superior court. Judgments for taxes include costs 
and attorney's fees. Delinquent taxes bear interest at ten per cent. Property of widows and 
orphans residents of State to amount of two thousand dollars is exempt from taxation where 
the total ssaessment does not exceed five thousand dollars. 

WUIs. — Persons twenty-one years or over, or lawfully married, of sound mind, ^ave 
power to make wills. No restrictions as to devise or bequest for charitic*. Will must bo 
sit(ned by testator or by another by his direction and in his pres?nce, and if not entirely 
written by himself must be attested by two or more credible witnesses over fourteen years 
of age. Where will is entirely written by testator it need not be witnessed. Nuncupative 
wills may be for less than fifty dollars; over must be proved by three credible witnesses. 

Wills must be proved and letters granted in the county residence of deceased ; if he was 
non-resident or absent at the death, in county where death may have occurred; in all other 
raa4>3. where application is first made. Wills proved elsewhere may be allowed and re- 
corded here. Wills in existence at the time of death may be proved if lost. Failure of person 
administering personal estate of dec€^dent to prove will or take out letters of administration 
within six months of decease subjects such person to fine and imprisonment. Nuncupative 
Kills must be reduced lo writing within six days after spoken and proved within six months 
after date. Validity of will may be contested within one year after probate thereof, and 
not after. Married women may be appointed administrators. Inventory and appraise- 
ment including homestead and exempt property must be returned. Widow and children 
are entitled to possession of homestead, wearing apparel, and furniture, and may have set 
apart for their use the homestead in value not exceeding four thousand dollars and all per- 
sonal property exempt from execution. Administrator must publish a notice to creditors 
not less than once a week for four weeks; if estate is worth more than five thousand dollars, 
claims must be presented within ten months after the first publication; otherwise, four 
months. Claims against the estate must be sworn to and presented to the executor or 
administrator for approval or disapproval; if claim be founded on a bond, bill, note, or other 
instrument, the original shall be presented. If claim is secured by mortgage or other lien. 
such mortgage or lien shall be attached to the same and filed there\^ith unless the same 
i^ recorded, in which event reference to record is sufficient. Claims must be approved by the 
ju'l^e of superior court. If the executor or administrator or the judge refuse or neglect to 
iodur«e such allowance or rejection for ten days after the claim shall have been presented, 
?uph refusal or neglect may be deemed a rejection. When claim is rejected, suit may be 
brought within three months after date of jejection if it be due, or within two months after 
it t>ecomes due, otherwise claim is barred. 



ARKANSAS LAWS. 

Baviaed Deoemb«r 1, 1M7, by 

M«ttrt. Rote, Heming wmy, Cantrell, Loughborough & Miles, of Little Rock 

The next aeaaion of the le^dature convenes on the second Tuesday in January* 1919. 

Aeknowledsrincntii. — P#»«» Tieftln. 

Actions, — Suit in the circuit court is commenced by filing a written complaint signed 
by the party or bis attorney, veri6ed by the affidavit of the party; this verification, bow- 
ever, is not required where the complaint is founded on a note, lx>nd, bill of exchange, 
mortgage, or other written obligation of the defendant. The original or a copy of a vrit- 
ing or account sued on must be filed with the complaint if possible. In suits before jus- 
tices of the peace the note or the account sued on is filed, and written pleadings are not 
required. In the circuit court judgment will be rendered, where no defense is interpoe«d. 
where the summons has been served ten days before the commencement of the term in 
the county in which the action is brought or in an adjoining county, or where it has been 
served twenty days elsewhere in the State. In a few counties defense must be filed withio 
twenty days after service of summons. In Qarland County ten days. Before justices tbe 
service must be five days before judgment, where the amount in controversy does not exceed 
fifty dollazB. and ten days where it does exceed that sum.. 

Administration of Decedents* Estates. — See Clcgimt aoainat EMtatM of Deeeimi 
Pergona. 

AflRdaTits. — AfiSdavits of any kind may be taken as provided for Claisiu aoamat E9- 
iaiea of Deceased Peraons, which title see. See also Proof of Claim*. 

Aliens. — Aliens may own. devise, transmit, inherit, or in any way acquire or dispose of 
lands or other property. 

Appeals. — Appeals may be taken from the judgment of a justioe to the oireuit eourt wiUan 
thirty days from the date of the judgment. An appeal from the circuit to the sapresne 
court may be taken at any time within six months from the date of the judgment appealol 
from. Infants, married women, and persons of unsoiuid mind at the time of rendering 
such judgment have one jrear after the removal of their disabilities in which to appesL 
Should one of such persons die, his legal representative may appeal at any time within a 
year from his death. 

Appeals may be taken from the judgment of a probate court to the eireuit eourt at any 
time within one year from the date of the judgment. 

Appeals may be taken from a judgment of tbe county court to the eirmit court at soy 
time within six months after rendition of judgment. 

Arrest. — The defendant may be arrested, in a civil action, upon the plaintiff filing an 
affidavit stating the nature of his claim or debt, charging the defendant with fraud in con- 
tracting the same, that it is just, the amount or value which the plaintiff believes he ought 
to recover, and that affiant believes, either that defendant is about to depart from the State, 
and with the intent to defraud his creditors has concealed or removed from the State his 
property or so much thereof that the process of the court after judgment cannot be exe- 
cuted; or that the defendant has money, or securities for money, or evidence of debt in 
the possession of himself, or others, for his use. and is about to depart from the State with- 
out leaving property therein sufficient to satisfy the claim of plaintiff. 

Bond must be given for the indemnity of the defendant, with one or more sufficient 
sureties, who need not be owners of real property. 

Attachments. — The plaintiff in a civil action may, at or after commencement thereof, 
have an attachment against the property of the defendant, in actions for the recovery of 
money, where the action is against: First, a defendant, or several defendants, who, or some 
one of whom, is a foreign corporation or a non-resident of the State, notwithstanding plain- 
tiff's non-residency ; or, second, who has been absent from the State four months; or, third, 
has departed from the State with intent to defraud his creditors; or. fourth, has left ths 
county of his residence to avoid the service of a summons; or, fifth, so conceals himself 
that a summons cannot be served upon him; or. sixth, is about to remove, or has removed 
his property, or a material part thereof, out of the State, not leaving enough therein to sat- 
isfy the plaintiff's claim, or the claim of defendant's creditors; or, seventh, has sold, 000- 
veyed, or otherwise disposed of his property, or suffered or permitted it to be sold, wiUi ths 
fraudulent intent to cheat, hinder, or delay his creditors; or, eighth, is about to sell, cqB' 

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LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 48 

•nj, or othflnrJM dwpoee of his property, with such intaDt. But an attachment shall not 
be granted, where the defendant is a foreign corporation or a non-resident, for any claim 
other than a debt arisinff upon contract. 

Where there is more than one defendant, the estate or interest of such defendant, as em- 
braced in the above subdivisions, is subject to the attachment. 

Id order to obtain the attachment, the plaintiff must file in the oflBce of the clerk (or the 
justice of the peace, as the case may be, his complaint, under oath, showing the nature 
of his claim, that it is just, tbe amount which he believes he ought in recover, and the exist- 
ence in the action of some one of the grounds of attachment above enumerated. The affi- 
davit may be made by an agent or attorney. 

The lien of an attachment will not be affected by a suboequent general assignment. 

The order of attachment is issued by the clerk or justioe of the peace, on the plaintiff filing 
a bond, with one or more sureties, conditioned to pay all damagee the defendant may sustain 
if the order is wrongfully obtained. The sureties need not be owners of real property. 

Attaching creditors are entitled to satisfaction out of the attached property according to 
their respective priorities. 

The sureties are responsible on the attachment bond for the amount of actual damagee, 
which does not include attorney's fees or prospective profits. 

Under a writ of attachment debta due the defendant may be garnished. 

Attachments may be sued out, and the actions in which tbe same are obtained may 
be proaecoted in any county in which property may be attached, or a garnishee, who is 
bdebtcd, or has property belonging to the defendant, is served with process. 

The creditor may have an attachment before hia debt is due when the debtor has di»- 
posed of the property with fraudulent intent, or is about to do so, or about to remove his 
property from the State with fraudulent fntent; the creditor first procuring an order for 
wch attachment from the circuit judge or clerk. 

Chattel Morticages. — Must be proved as other mortgages. They are to be recorded 
in the oounty of the mortgagor's residence, or, when he is a non-resident, in the county 
where the chattels are at tbe time of executing the mortgage. They may be filed and not 
recorded, at the option of mortgagee. If not intended to be recorded, they must bear the 
indorsement : ** This instrument to be filed but not recorded. " Liens from time of filing. 
There is no statute forbidding the mortgagor of chatteta to remain in poeseasion, and he 
generally retains them until a breach of condition. If, however, he is allowed to remain in 
poasesNon, with powo- of disposition, \he mortgage is void. See Mortgage/ Deed: 

Claims against Estates of Deceased Persons. — Claims not exhibited within one 
year after the grant of letters are barred. Claims in favor of the executor or administra- 
tor, against the estate of his testator or intestate, must be established by competent testi- 
mony in the probate court ; and the executor or administrator must make the same affidavit 
to his claim which is required of other persons. Claims against estates are payable in the 
foUowing order: First, funeral expenses; second , expenses of last sickness, wages of ser- 
vants, and demands for medicines and medical attendance during last illness: third, judg- 
nients rendered against deceased in his lifetime which are liens on his lands; fourth, all 
other demands exhibited within six montha after the grant of letters, and fifth, all such 
demands exhibited after the end of six months from the grant of letterH, and within one 
v^r thereafter. All actions pending against deceased at the time of his death, and revi'<" 'I 
against hia peraonal representative, are conaidered legally exhibited against his estate 
ht)m the time of such revival. 'All actions commenced against an executor or adminiatra- 
tor are eonsklered as demands legally exhibited against his estate from the time of service 
of process. Claims are exhibited by delivering to tho executor or administrator a copy of 
the judgment, note, or other written contract, and exhibiting the original; or if the claim 
is on an account, an itemized account must be delivered. The claimant roust append to his 
demand an affidavit that nothing has been paid or delivered toward the aatisfaction of the 
demand except what is credited thereon, and that the sum of dollars above demanded 

is joftly due. The affidavit may be made by any one acquainted with the facts. If not 
made by the claimant, it must state that the affiant is acquainted with the facts sworn to. 
No debt riiall be paid or allowed until this affidavit has been made; and no suit on a claim 
can be brought until the affidavit has been made. The affidavit may be made out of the 
State before a commissioner for Arkansas, a judge of a court, mayor of a city, notary pub- 
lic or justice of the peace; in the State, before a judge of a court, justice of the peace, no- 
tary public, or clerk of a court. Tbe administrator may allow tbe claim by indorsing bis 
approvsL If the claim is approved it shall be by the claimant returned into the probate 
court for allowance and classification: if rejected, the claimant must give the administra- 
tor ten days* notice of the presentation of the claim to the probate court for allowance. 
That court will hear and determine all such demands; and its concise entry of the allow- 
SAoeof a claim has the same force as a judgment. Trials in that court on these claims are 
ia a ainunary manner without the forms of pleading. Depositions may be used as in other 
cDorta. All demaads must be made according to their classes. Non-reaidenta and married 
VQQiea cannot act as executors or adminiatratora. In granting lettera, husband or wife of 
the «ler»aaed or other distributee are first preferred. If no such apply within thirty days, 
tha Istters iasne to any creditor or other person selected by the court. Bond is required in 
doable the value of the estate, with two or more sureties. Six weeks' notice at court-house 
door or by publication is given creditors to present claims. Administrators make annual 



44 LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 

settlements, and are required to close administration in three years. As to widow's allow* 
anop. sne Dov^r. 

n Ims, Proof of. — See Proof of Claims. 

Conditional Sales. — Are valid without recording in w? far as they relate to mercan- 
tile (ransaclions. In regard to conditional sales of railroad or street railway equipment or 
rolling stock, see Dig. 1894 §§ 6260-6262. 

C'orponitfons. — Corporations are organised under a general incorix>rat}on law. 

StockhoUlcrs are liable only for anntniit of their stock. Corporations for manufactur- 
ini^ or business purposes may be formed by any number of pers^ons not les.«<'than three, by 
entering into articles of a,sf*ociation for that purpose. The articles of association, logeihtT 
with a certificate, sworn to by the directors*, and showing compliance with the article*, are 
to be filed with the ."lecretary of Htate and with the clerk of the county in which the corpo- 
ration is to have its place of business. The capital stock has to be divided into 5hare^ of 
not less than five nor more than one hundred dollars each, and the number of shares is fixed 
in the articles of association, but may be increased at a meeting of the stockholders sporially 
called for that purpose. The directors must be three in number at least, and chosen annu- 
ally, but a failure to hold the annual election does not dissolve the corporation. They nceii 
not be resitients of the State. The directors elect the president, who must be one of their 
number, and the other officers. The secretary anii treasurer must reside in the State. Cor- 
porations may hold such lands as are necessary for corporat • purposes, and may receive land 
in payment of debts. The president and .secretary are required to file in the office of ihe 
county clerk annual statements, showing the finantrial conditions of the corporation, and 
upon failure to ilo .so are lia!)le for all the corporate debts aad to a penalty of five huntire«l 
dollars. The president, secretary, principal accounting officer, or agent, shall, during the 
month of July of each year, tieiiver to the county assessor a statement of the corporate st<»ck 
and as.set.H. Taxe.^ are payable between the 1st of January and 10th of April auc«?ceiiiag. 
If the directors declare a <lividend whea the corporation is insolvent, or one which will make 
it insolvent, they become liable for the debts. Corporatio.n have tne pjw^r to sell the sioc'i 
of subscribers who are in default in the payment of their .stock subscription.-?. Stock tj n(>t 
taxable in hands of stockholder if corporation u asse.s.sed on its capital. \ fee of twenty-five 
dollars on capitalization of fifty thousand dollars or less, .seventy-five dollars when capil.tiiia- 
tion is more than fifty thousand d^llars an(' not more than one himdred thousand dollar*. 
and twenty-five dollars for each additional one humored tnotisand <lollars, is to be paid to 
the secretary of stale for filing the articles of association. Railroads, banks, and trust com- 
panies are incorporated under a separate law. Insolvent corporations may be wound up in 
equity on petition of any stockholder or creditor, and all preferences made by such corpora- 
tions within ui.iety days previous thereto are then set aside. Corporations are smbjected to 
a small francliije lax. Transfers of »lock are not vulia unless recorded in the office of the 
county clerk. Nothing nood be paid on the slock at the time of organization. Calls are 
made by the directors as needed. See Tax Law. 

Foreign corporations, except railway, express, telegraph, palace-car, and insurance com- 
panies, are required to file a copy of their articles of incorporation with the secretary of 
state and also a certificate showing the proportional part of their capital employetl in Vni<i- 
ne.ss in this State. In cjise of a failure to tlo so all their contracts are void as to them, but 
enforceable by the other party. Certain fees are to be paiil on amount of capital stock, .and 
resolution of directors is required to be filed agreeing that service on any agent in this Statfl 
shall be valid service. 

Courts, Jurisdiction and Terms of. — See Court Calendar for Arkansaa. 

Deeds. — When deeds are acknowledged or proved in this State, proof or acknowledg- 
ment may be taken before the supreme or circuit court, or either judge or clerk thereof, or 
the clerk of any court of record, or any justice of the peace or notary public. Anywhere 
else in the United States, before any court of the United States or any Stale or Territory 
having a seal, or the clerk thereof, mayor or chief officer of any city or town having a seal 
of office, or notary public, or any commissioner for the State of Arkansas. Out of the United 
States, before any court of any state, kingdom, or empire having a seal, or any mayor (if 
chief officer of any city or town having an official seal. United Stales consul, or before any 
officer of any foreign country who by its laws is authorized to t^ke probate of the convey- 
ance of real estate of his own country, if he have an official seal. The official character of 
the acknowleilging officer is to be attested by his own seal. The acknowledgment may he 
written or printed and may be pasted on the in.'«tniment. The proof of the execution of a 
deed is made by one or more of the subscribing witnesses making affidavit before the proper 
officer or court that he saw the grantor subscribe it. or had heard him acknowledge that he 
had subscribed and executed it for the consideration and purposes therein mentioned, and 
that he or they had .sub.scribe<l it as witne.s.'ies at his request. If the witnesses ore dead or 
cannot be ha«l. proof of the handwriting of the grantor and that of at lea.st one of the 
subscribing witncisses may be proved by two or njore disinterested witnes.ses .swearing to earli 
signature, llie hiisband miist join iti conveyance of wife's lands, if the lands were acquirtxl 
before October 13. 1874. If acquired since that time, she can convey either a^i a single 
I)er8on. or in the form prescribed by the statute for conveyances by married women. If the 
grantor is unknown to the officer or court, his indentity can be established by affidavit-* 
indorsed on the conveyance. .After a deed is filed for record it is notice to all the world, but 
recording is not compulsory. 

Wnen husband and wife convey lands of the husband, the certificate of acknowledgmeni 



LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 45 

must show that the wife acknowledKed her relinquishmeDt of dower; but not when the 
knd5 conveyed belong to the wife. If the land is a homestead the wiife must join in con- 
ve.noce and acknowledge its conveyance specially. (See forms of acknowledgment herein. ) 
Neither deeds nor mortgageii are required to be filed for record within any specified time, 
but mortgages are not liens until filed fer record. 

Private Kais are abolished. Notaries are required to have a seal, but may use their 
pm-ate seal until an official seal can be procured. No witnesses ure .ecessary to the validity 
of a deed. 
The following are the forms of acknowledgment : — 

iForm of Acknowledgmeiil for Single Person.] 
State ov ) 

CocNTT or ( **' 

He It remembered that on this day personally appeared before me (here insert the name 
and title uf the officer), John Smith, to me well known as the grantor in the foregoing deed, 
aod stated that he had executed the same for the consideration and purposes therein men- 
tioned and set forth. 

Witnera my band and official seal as such (here insert title of the official) this day 

^f 19 . (Signature and title of officer.) 

[Deed'by Husband and Wife conveying Lands of Husband.] 
State op 2 

(30U.VTT OF j *•• 

He it remembered that on this dav came before the undersigned (here in.sert name and 
title uf officer), within and for the county aforesaid, duly cummi^sioned and acting. John 
Carpenter, to me well known as the grantor in the foregoing deed, and stated that he had 
executed the same for the consideration and purposes therein mentioned and set forth. 

.^od on the same day also voluntarily appeoretl before mc. Mary H. Carpenter, wife of 
the said John Carpenter, to me well known as the person signing said deed, and in the 
ab«nce of her said husband declared that she had of her own free will signe<l and sealed 
the relinquishment of dower and homestead in the foregoing deed e.xpre.ssed for the pur- 
po9(v iheran contained and set forth, without compulsion or undue in6uence of her said 
husband. 

Witness my hand and seal as such (title of official) on this day of January, 19 . 

(Signature and title of officer.) 
[Deed by Husband and Wife conveying ]L<ands of Wife.] 

State of j 

COUNTT OF ( **' 

Co ikin day came before me. a duly commissioned. qualiiie<l, and acting (here injsert 
name and title of officer), within and for the county aforesaid. John Carpenter and Mary 
H. Carpenter, his wife, to me well known as the grantors in the foregoing deed; and the 
said John Carpenter stated that he had executed the same for the consideration and pur- 
poses therein mentioned and set forth; and also voluntarily appeared before me the said 
Mary H. Carpenter, in the absence of her said husband, and dcclareil that she had of her 
own free will executed the same for the purposes therein contained and set forth, without 
compulsion or undue influence of her hslUI husband. 

Witness my hand as such (title of official) » on this day of January, 19 . 

(Signature and title of officer.) 

.^ny substantial deviation from this form of acknowledgment ir* fatal. The omii^ion of 
either "consideration" or "purposes" will avoid the acknowledgment. 

The acknowledgment for a corporation may be in the following form : — 

Stat* of ^ 

CouxTT of i **' 

Oo this day personally appeared before the undersigned, a notary public within and for 
tlje county and State aforesaid, William Jones, to me well known as the president of tljc 
Arkansas Manufacturing Company, and James Smitli. to me well known as the secretary of 
said company, and acknowledged that- they had in their said official capacities executed 
thf foregoing deed as the act and deed of said company, for the consideration and purposes 
therein mentioned. 

Witness my hand and official seal this day of July, 19 

John Brown. Notary Public. 
[Proof of Deed by Subscribing Witness.] 

Statk of ( 

COPNTY OF j **• 

lie it mnembered that on this day came before me, a notary public in and for said county 
and State. one of the subscribing witne.«<ses to the foregoing deed, to me personally 

vHl known, wbo being by me first duly sworn, stated that he saw the grantor in said 

<leed. subscribe the same on the day of its date (or that he acknowledged in his presence on 
the day of 19 that he had executed .<:aid deed for the consideration and inir- 

pTi^et therein expressed), and that he and the other subscribing witness subscribed 

•aid deed a.<! attesting witnesses at the request of said grantor. 

In testimony who-eof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal of office on this day 

of 19 . (Signature and title.) 



46 LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 

[Proof of Hmndwriting of Graotor and Subaeribing WHdmi.) 



Stats of , ^ 



OOONTT OF j 

Be it remembered that on thia day of 19 came before me, a notary pablie in 
and for said county and State, and and upon their oaths stated that the sigiuk 

tures of the grantor in the foregoing deed, and of a witness thereto, are genuiM. 

and are in the handwriting of said and respeetiyeiy. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal of o£Bce. on this day 

of 19 . (Signature and title.) 

Depositions. — Depositions may be used on the trial of all issues in any action where 
the witness does not reside in the county where the action is pending, or is abeent from the 
State, or resides more than thirty miles from the place where the court mts in which the 
action is pending, and may be taken de bene earn, or upon reasonable notice to the adverse 
party, or upon interrogatories and commission. 

Reasonable notice is one day for each thirty miles of travel, and one day for pr^Mratioo, 
where the distance is one hundred miles or less, and two days when it is more. 

Where the distance exceeds fifty miles, and the usual mode of travel for the whole or 
part of the distance is by steamboat, railway, or other public conveyance, the time ordioa- 
rily required by such mode of travel, with the days of preparation, shall be deemed suffideo( 
in the notice. 

Where more than three days' notice has been given to take a deposition out of the State, 
the party may, by notice to adverse party, or his attorney, served in one day after service 
of the first notice, require the deposition to be taken upon interrogatories. Where a depoa* 
tion is taken upon interrogatories, neither the party nor his agent or attorney shall be pre- 
sent, unless both parties are present or represented, or unleat the opposite party, or his agent 
or attorney, has been seasonably notified of the time and place of the examination, or the 
party attending has been notified by the adverse party to attend. The court has power to 
order that depositions taken in another county in the State shall be taken on interrcgatoriei. 

The certificate of the officer must state the time and place of taking the d^xwtion; that 
the witness was duly sworn betore he gave his testimony, and that his testimony was 
written, and read to, and subscribed by him. in the presence of the officer; and also state 
by whom it was written, and which of the parties, in person, or by agent or attorney, wu 
present at the examination of the witness. 

When the depositions are completed, they shall be sealed up by the oflBcer, and directed 
to the clerk of the court in which the action is pending, with an indorsement thereon, show- 
ing them to be depositions, and the style of the case, and either delivered or mailed to the 
clerk by the officer taking them; except that depositions taken out of the State, snled aod 
directed as above, may be delivered to the party taking the same, his agent or attorney, to 
be by him delivered, such person so delivering them taking an oath that they have not been 
opened by him, or other person, to his knowledge. 

The statement of the witness must be written in the preeence of the offioer takios it, 
either by the witness or the officer. 

Depositions may be taken in the State before any judge, or clerk of record, or justice of 
the peace, mayor of a city, or notary public. 

Depositions may be taken out of this State before a commissioner i4)pointed by the gov- 
ernor thereof, a judge of a court, a justice of the peace, mayor of a city, notary public, or 
any other person empowered by a commission directed to him, by consent of the parties or 
by order of the court. 

[Caption.] 

The deposition of taken on the day of 19 betweeh the hours of eight 

o'clock A. M. and five o'clock p. m. , at the in the city of county of and 

State of to be read in evidence in an action between plaintiff, and defend- 

ant pending in the court of county, Arkansas. 

[Certificate.] 

State o' ( -- 

Cod NTT OF I 

I. a in and for said county, do certify that the foregoing deposition of 

was taken before me, and was read to and subscribed by him in my presence, at the time 
and place and in the action mentioned in the caption, the said having been first sworn 

by me that the evidence he should give in the action should be the truth, the whole truth, 
and nothing but the truth, and his statements were reduced to writing by me in his pre- 
sence (or by him in my presence), the plaintiff alone being present at the examination (or 
the defendant, or both, or neither in person, or by attorney, being present at tbeexamioS' 
tion, according to the facts). 

Witness my hand and seal of office, at on this day of 19 . 

Where a deposition is taken out of the State before an officer having no seal, his official 
character should be certified by a clerk of a court of record of the county. 

It is probable that it would be held under our statute that depositions can be taken io 
shorthand only by consent. 

Descent and Distribution of Property. — Real and personal property descend, first, 
to children or their descendants, in equal parts; second, if there be no chiklren. then to 
the father, then to the mother; if no mother, then to the brothers or sisters, or their de* 



LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 47 

aceoduta, in equal parU; third, if there be no children, father, mother, brothers, or sisten, 
nor their deeocndants, then to the grandfather, grandmother,, uncles, aunts, and their de- 
seoadiots, in equal puts, and so on in other caaee without rest, passing to the nearest lineal 
aocestor and their children and descendants, in equal parts. Where there are descendants 
of the intestate the property descends to them per capita if in equal degree and per stirpes 
in unequal degree. In ease of real ^tate, if the inhttitance was ancestral and came from 
the father's side, then it will go to the line on the part of the father, not in postponement 
bat in exclusion of the mother's line, and e converto where the inheritance came from the 
mother's aide. If the inheritance is not ancestral, but a new acquisition, then, after a life 
estate reserred in succession to the father and mother, if alive, it will go in remainder, first to 
the line of the intestate's paternal uncles and aunts and their descendants, in postponement 
of the mother's line until the former becomes extinct; and- then to the line of the intestate's 
maternal uncles and aunts and their descendants, unless there should be kindred Uneal or 
eotlatend, who either in right of propinquity or by right of representation sta^nd in a nearer 
rriattoDship to the intestate than the uncles and aunts; in which case such nearer kin- 
dred would take the inheritance to the exclusion of both of these collateral lines; and 
in their hands it would become an ancestral estate, and afterwards go in the blood of the 
relative whence it came in the ordinary course of descent prescribed for ancestral inherit- 
ances. The half blood and their descendants take personailty as well as realty, equal with 
the whole blood, except that they are excluded from real estate when ancestral, if they 
lack the blood of the transmitting ancestor. Posthumous children of the intestate inherit 
aa if bom in the life of the intestate, but other posthumous children not bom at his death 
do not inherit from him. Illegitimate children are capable of inheriting and transmitting 
an inheritance on the part of the mother. Inheritances are subject to taxes varying from 
one to eight per cent., dependent on amount and relationship. 

DiToree. — The grounds of divorce are impotency; willful desertion for one year with- 
out reasonable cause; where either party had a husband or wife living at the time of the 
marriage; where either is convicted of felony or other infamous crime; habitual drunken- 
neaa for one year; such cruel or barbarous treatment or personal indignity as shall render 
the condition of the applicant intolerable; and adultery. The pleadings are not required 
to be sworn to, but either party may require answers under oath to interrogatories touching 
any matter of property. The plaintifiF must allege and prove, in addition to a legal ground 
of divorce, first, a reeidence in the State for one year next before suit brought; second, that 
the cause of divorce occurred or existed In this State, or, if out of the State, either that it 
was a legal cause of divorce in the State where it occurred or existed, or that the plaintiff's 
residence was then in this State; and third, that the cause of divorce existed or occurred 
within &\e years next before the commencement of the suit. The court may allow alimony 
ad interim and attorney's fees to the wife. On final judgment each party is restored to the 
undisposed-of property which he or she brought into the marriage. The court may restore 
to the wife her maiden name. The court may allow the wife reasonable alimony, which may 
be changed from time to time. Upon divorce at the wife's instance she is entitled to one 
third of the husband's personalty absolutely, and to one third of his lands for life. 

Dower. — A widow is entitled to dower of one third of all lands of which the husband 
was seised of an estate of inheritance during marriage, not relinquished by her in legal 
fonn. during her life; also absolutely to one third part of the personal estate of all kinds 
of her husband. If the husband died leaving no children, bis widow is entitled to dower 
of one half of the lands and one half of the personalty in her own right, if the estate be a 
new acquisition, as against collateral heirs; but as against creditors, to one third; and if 
the estate be ancestral, to one third of the personalty absolutely and a one third life estate 
m lends. 

Erldence* — Witnesses are not excluded on account of interest. Parties may testify in 
aU cases, except that in actions by or against executors, administrators, or guardians, in 
which judgment may be rendered for or against them, neither party is allowed to testify 
for or against the other as to any transactions with or statements of the testator, intestate, 
or ward, unless called to testify thereto by the opposite party. (Const., Schedule, S 2.) 

Executtons* — Where the execution has not been stayed, sales are made on a credit of 
three months, on bond and security, such bond having the force of a judgment if forfeited. 
Advertisement of the sale of lands shall be made for at least twenty days before sale, by 
poiting printed advertisements at the court-bouse door and fiv% other public places in the 
county in whieh the sale is to be made, one of which on the premises to be sold, and by pub- 
Itihing the same, for at least two insertions before the day of sale, in a weekly newspaper 
publiifaed in the county, if one there be. The time and place of the sale of personalty shall 
he advertised by posting written or printed notices at three of the most public places in the 
rieinity of the place of sale. Lands to be sold at the court-house door, unless the defend- 
tot request the sale to be made on the land. 

Executions from the circuit court are returnable in sixty days. From justices' courts 
^ sre returnable in thirty days. See JudgmenU ; Redemption. 

Exemptknts. — The exemption law is contained in the present Constitution, and is as 
(ollows: *' Section 1. The personal property of any resident of this State, who is not mar- 
fud or the head of a family, in q>ecific articles to be selected by such resident, not exeeed- 
ioB in value the sum. of two hundred dollars, in addition to his or her wearing apparel. 



48 LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 

shall be exempt from seizure on attachment, or sale on execution or other processi from any 
court, issued for the collection of any debt by contract : provided that no property shall be 
exempt from execution for debts contracted for the purchasie-money therefor while in the 
hands of the vendee. — Sec. 2. The personal property of any resident of this State, wbo 
id married or the head of a family, in specific articles to be selected by such resident, not 
exceeding in value the sum of five hundred dollars, in addition to his or her weariDg ap- 
parel, and that of his or her family, shall be exempt from seizure on attachment, or sale on 
execution, or other process from any court, on debt by contract. — Sec. 3. The homestead 
of any resident of this State, who is married or the head of a family, shall not be subject 
to the lien of any judgment or decree of any court, or to sale under execution, or other 
process thereon, except such as may be rendered for the purchase-money, or for specific 
liens, laborers' or mechanics' liens for improving the same, or for taxes, or against execu- 
tors, administrators, guardians, receivers, attorneys for moneys collect«d by them, and 
other trustees of an express trust, for moneys due from them in their fiduciary capactry. 

— Sec. 4. The homestead outside any city, town, or village, owned and occupied as a resi- 
dence, shall consist of not exceetling one hundred and sixty acres of land, with the im- 
provements thertvm, to be selected by the owner: provided the same shall not exceed in 
value the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars, and in no event shall the homestead be 
reducetl to less than eighty acres, without regard to value. — Sec. 5. The homestead in any 
city, town, or village, ownetl and occupied as a residence, shall consist of not exceeding 
one acre of land; with the improvements thereon, to be selected by the owner: provided the 
same shall not exceed in value the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, and in no 
event .shall such homestead be reduced to less than one quarter of an acre of land, without 
regard to value. — Sec. 6. If the owner of a homestead die. leaving a widow, but no chil- 
dren, and said widow has no separate homestead in her own right, the same shall be exempt, 
and the rents and profits thereof shall vest in her during her natural life : provided that 
if the owner leaves children, one or more, said child or children shall share with said wi<low, 
and be entitled to half the rents and profits till each of them arrives at twenty-l^ne years 
of age — each child's rights to cease at twenty-one years of age — and the shares to go 
to the younger children; and then all to go to the widow; and provided that said widow 
or children may reside on the homestead, or not. And in casse of the death of the widow, 
all of said homestead shall be vested in the minor children of the testator or intestate. . . . 

— Sec. 9. The exemptions contained in the Constitution of 1868 shall apply to all debts 
contracted since the adoption thereof, and prior to the adoption of this Constitution. — Sec. 
10. The homestead provided for in this article shall inure to the benefit of the minor chil- 
dren, iinder the exemptions herein provided, after the decease of the parents. " (Const. 1874. 
art. IX.) Homestead cannot be sold or mortgaged without wife joining and releasing 
homestead; and if husband fails to claim it, it may be claimed by wife. If the estate of a 
decedent is worth less than three hundred dollars, it is all turned over to the widow and 
chiltlren. 

GarnlshmoTit. — After judgment garnishment may issue against any one owing the 
defendant. On giving bond, plaintiff may sue out garnishment on bringing suit, except for 
wages less than two hundred dollars. 

Inheritance Taxes. — All property within the jurisdiction of this State, whether belong- 
ing to inhabitants of this State or not, or whether tangible or intangible, which shall pass by 
will or by the intestate laws of this State, or by deed, grant, sale, or gift made or intended 
to take effect in possession after the death of the grantor to any person or corporation, in 
trust or otherwise, shall be liable to tax as follows: When the property or any interest therria 
shall pass to a grandfather, grandtnother, father, mother, husband, wife, lineal descendant, 
brother, sister, or any adopted child, one dollar on every hundredr dollars of the clear market 
value of such property, provided the estate shall exceed five thousand dollars: when the 
property or any interest therein shall pass to any uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, or any lineal 
descendant of the same, two dollars on every hundred dollars of the market value of such 
property, in excess of two thousand dollars. In all other cases as follows: On each hundred 
dollars of the clear market value of all property, and at the same rate for any less amount on 
all estates of ten thousand dollars and less, three dollars; on all estates over twenty thousjuid 
dollars and not exceeding fifty thousand dollars, five dollars; on all estates exceeding fifty 
thousand dollars, six dollars. Provided, that an estate of not exceeding one thousand dollar? 
in value shall not be subject to tax. In the case of bequests of life estates, the prior estate 
shall be liable to inheritance tax. If tax not paid within twelve months from date of death o( 
decedent, interest at the rate of nine per cent, per annum will be charged. The administrator, 
executor, or trustee having in charge property subject to inheritance tax shall file an inven- 
tory of the real estate owned by the decedent at the time of his death, and shall collect the tax 
thereon from the devisee or person entitled to said property. See Descent and Distribution. 

The attorney-general is the proper official to address relative to the proper assessment. 

The statutes do not clearly indicate and our courts have not had occasion to decide 
whether stock of a non-resident in a corporation is subject to inheritance tax. 

lnsol?ent Laws. — These laws are practically suspended by operation of the National 
Bankruptcy Law of 1898. 

Interest. — The legal rate is six per cent, per annum, but parties may contract for any 
rate not exceeding ten per cent. Usurious contracts are void both as to principal and in- 
terest, and negotiable paper tainted with usury is void in the hands of an innocent holder. 



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Judinneats bear same rates aa contract sued on. If no rate contracted for, they t>ear inter* 
est at six per cent. Judgments against counties bear no interest. Interest begins to run on 
an open account from the time that payment is unreasonably withheld. Usury may be set 
up affirmatively by the debtor by suit in equity to cancel the lien of a mortgage or other 
secarity tainted with it, without tendering the debt lawfully due. 

#iidsments. — Judgments and decrees rendered in the circuit court are liens for three 
years on the real estate of the 'defendants situated in the county for which the court is 
held. Judgments of a justice of the peace become a lien on the real estate of the defend- 
ant by filing a transcript of such judgment with the clerk of the circuit court. 

Execution may be issued on judgment, until the judgment is barred by statute of limita- 
tion (ten years). Death of plaintiff does not prevent issue of execution, but names of repre- 
sentatives may be indorsed; nor does the death of part of the defendants prevent execution 
against survivors. Execution cannot issue on judgment or decree, unless ordered by the 
court, until ten days after rendition thereof. 

Foreign judgmcnta are proved by the Authentication Act of Congress of May 20, 1790. 

Judgment notes are not allowed. 

Judgments are rendered at first term of a court of record, if no defense. See Service, 

LJeiia« — See Mechanics' Liens ; Jxtdgmenta ; Mortgages. 

Lleeiue. -^ Commercial travelers are not required to take out a license. 

Limitations. — All actions of debt founded on contract or liability, not in writing; all 
actions of account and the like, founded on any contract or liability, expr.ess or implied; 
all actions for injuring goods or chattels, must be brought within three years from the 
time the cause of action accrued. Actions for wrongfully taking goods and chattels must 
be brought within three years from the time the cause of action accrued. Actions on pro* 
niaBory notes and other instruments in writing must be commenced within five years after 
the cause of action accrues, and not after; actions on judgments and decrees must be com- 
menced within ten years after the cause of action shall accrue. Infants and insane persons 
have the period allowed by the statute in which to sue after the removal of their disabilities. 
A right or action which is barred may be revived by part payment, or a new promise to pay 
in writing. Limitations of actions for the recovery of real estate, seven years; saving of three 
years after removal of disabilities in favor of infants, married women, and insane persons, 
but not to non-residents. Suits on mortgages must be brought before the debt Itself is barred. 
If partial payments are made, they must be indorsed on the margin of the record, attested 
by the clerk when they constitute new points of departure. On contracts in writing, life and 
fire insurance policies, five years. 

Married Women. — The Constitution (art. XIV) provides as follows: "Sec 7. The 
real and pergonal property of any feme covert in this State, acquired either before or after 
marriage, whether bj' gift, grant, inheritance, devise, or otherwise, shall, so long ab she 
may cho(»e, be and remain her separate estate and property, and may be devised, be- 
queathed, or conveyed by her the same as if she were a feme kale ; and the same shall not 
be subject to the debts of her husband. — Sec. 8. The general assembly shall provide for 
the time and mode of scheduling the separate personal property of married women." 

The legislature has passed an act providing for the scheduling of the separate property 
of married women. Failure to schedule such property leaves the burden of. proof on the 
wife to show the character in which it is held. 

A wife's separate property is not liable for any debts (K>utracted by her unless the con* 
tract was made with special reference to its being so liable. 

Females become of age at eighteen. As to the form of their conveyances, see Deeds. 

HecliaDlcs* Liens. — Artisans, builders, and mechanics have liens for work and labor 
and materials furnished by them on any building, edifice or tenement, and also for money 
by them paid for such materials. The lien must be filed in ninety days and suit brought 
iD fifteen months thereafter. I.aborers have also a Uen on the product of their labor^ which 
mufit be enforced by suit within eight months. 

IMortgages. — Acknowledged the same as deeds, and are not liens until filed for record, 
though gooA between the parties. They may be foreclosed by complaint in equity. Sales 
of personalty under decree are made on a credit of three months. Sales of land on not le^s 
than three nor more than six months, the purchaser giving bond with surety, having force 
of a judgment, and a lien being retained on lands sold for the price. Personal decree is 
also given for anuiunt due on mortgage, and may be enforced by execution either before or 
after iiale of mortgaged property, for any amount due. Mortgages may be re1ea.*«ed by 
entry of satisfaction on the margin of the record of the mortgage in the recorder's office by 
the mortgagees. 

Property, real or personal, sold under powers in mortgages and deeds of trust, shall bring 
tvo thirds of lia appraised value. If the property shall nut bring two thirds of its appraised 
value, then in case of personalty anotl\er offering may be made in sixty days, or, in case of 
rpaity, in one year, when the sale shall be made to the highest bidder without reference to 
value. The realty may be redeemed by mortgagor at any time within one year from the 
sale thereof, by paying the amount the property sold for. ten per cent, interest, and costs. 

The mortgagee or trustee before sale shall apply to a justice of the township where the 
sale is to be made, to appoint three apprai.sers. who shall appraise the property under oath, 
and they or any two shall make a written report to the trustees or mortgagee, which shall 
beopen to tbe parties interested; but if foreclosed in equity there is no appraisement, but the 



60 LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 

Act of May 8, 1899, gives a redemption of one year from chancery foreclosure unless the 
ri^ht is waiv<^ in the mortgage. 

Notaries Public — Are appointed by the governor for four years. Their aets muxt he 
anaer seal. Their jurisdiction is confined to their county, save for depositions, affidavit*, 
swearing witnesses, and taking acknowledgments to deeds where it is coextensive with State. 
OiEcial character of a notary is attested by secretary of state. 

Notes and Billi of Eichanse — Are governed by the uniform negotiable instruments 
law. Notes and bills due on Sunday, Christmas, New Year's, Washington's Birthday. 
Thanksgiving, June 3d, October 12th, January 19th, and the 4th of July are to be presented 
and protested the day before. 

Practice. — The courts practice under a Code of Fractioe, which code is similar to (be 
Kentucky Code. 

Proof of Cialmi. — In suits on accounts, the affidavits of the plaintiff that the account 
is just and correct is sufficient to establish the same, unless the defendant shall under oath 
deny the correctness of the account either in whole or in part; in which case the plaintiff 
shall be held to prove such part of his account as is thus denied, by other evidence. Claims 
may be proved out of this State by an affidavit before a commissioner for Arkansas, judge 
of a court, mayor of a city, notary public, or justice of the peace. If made before an officer 
having no seal, his official character must be certified by the clerk of a court of record. 
Non-resident plaintiffs must in all cases give bond with security conditioned for the pay- 
ment of all costs which may accrue in the action. Suits may be brought by poor persons 
in forma pauperia. Also see CUnnu againti EatateM of Deceaaed Peraona. 

Redemption. — Real estate or any interest therein, when sold under execution, may 
be redeemed by the debtor from the purchaser, or his vendees, within twelve months after 
the sale, by paying to the clerk of the court where the execution iraued Uie purchase-money; 
with fifteen per cent, per annum. The sheriff gives the purchaser a certificate of sale, but 
the purchaser is not entitled to a conveyance or possession of the premises until the time 
for redeeming has expired. Judgment creditors may also redeem before the expiration of 
twelve months from time of sale. See Tax Laum. 

Replevin. — Personal property may be replevined at the time of the commencement of 
a suit, or at any time before judgment, by the plaintiff swearing to his ownership of it, its 
value, that it is wrongfully detained by the defendant, and that it has not been taken for a 
tax or under any order or judgment of a oourt. or execution or attachment against the 
plaintiff, or that, if it has been seised under an execution or attachment against the plaintiff, 
it is by statute exempt from such seizure, and that the cause of action accrued within three 
years. The affidavit may be made by an agent or attorney. The plaintiff must also give 
bond, with one or more sufficient sureties, to the defendant, conditioned that the plaintiff 
shall duly prosecute his action, return the property, if a return thereof be adjudgied. and 
pay all damages that may be adjudged against him, not exceeding double the value of the 
property and costs. The defendant may retain the property, by giving bond, until the 
■ait is determined. 

Reports, Jodlclal. — Arkansas Reports from 1 to 126. 

Revision. — Last revision of laws in 1904. Last revirion of acts, 1907. 

Bales In Bulk. — These are void unless an Inventory is made ten days before, and all 
creditors are notified of the terms of the sale personally, or by registered mail, ten days before 
possession is taken by the purchaser. 

Service. — In the circuit or chancery court defense mtist be filed the first day the court is 
in session: 1. Where the summons has been served twenty days at any place in the State. 
2. Or thirty daya out of the State. 3. Where the defendant has been served by publication 
thirty days. Before a justice of the peace, in actions of fifty dollars and under, the summons 
must be served on the defendant at least five days before the day set for trial. Where the 
matter in controversy exceeds fifty dollars, the summons must be served at least ten days be- 
fore the day of trial. 

Stay of Execution. — The defendants (except in certain cases otherwise provided) 
may, when there is no execution thereon in the hands of a collecting officer, stay any judg- 
ment or decree for money for six months, by giving an obligation, with good security, to 
be approved by the clerk, or jtistice of the peace, conditioned for the payment of the judg- 
ment, interest, and cost. 

Any execution on a judgment or decree, which could be stayed before such execution 
issued, may at any time before sale of property under the same be stayed for six months, 
by the defendant giving to the officer an obligation, pmyable to the plaintiff, with good 
security, for the amount thereof, interest, cost, and half commission of the officers. 

No stay is allowed upon a judgment or decree against any collecting officer, or attorney 
at law, or agent, for a delinquency or default in executing or fulfilling the duties of hb 
office or place, or failing to pay over money collected by him in such capacity, or against 
a principal by his surety, or a judgment or decree enforcing a lien in favor of a vendor or 
mortgagee. 

After the forfeiture of a stay bond no further stay is allowed. 

Supplementary Proceedings. — After return of execution '* no property found." the 
plaintiff may begin an equitable action, and compel a discovery from defendant, and may 
make any person supposed to have property or money due to the plaintiff a codefendant. 

l^sx Law. — Taxes must be paid between the first Monday in January and the 10th 



LAWS OF ARKANSAS. 51 

of April of ettch yev next Buoeeediog thAt in whieh they are aaaeased. If the taxes are 
not paid within the time required by law twenty-five per cent, penalty is added. Pertons 
redeeming must pay the amount of taxes for whieh the land was sold, penalty, and co9ts, 
taxes afterward paid by the purchaser, and interest on these sums at the rate of ten per 
cent, per annum. I^nds returned 'as delinquent for taxes may be redeemed within two 
years after such forfeiture. Lands delinquent are sold by the collector on the second Mon- 
day in Juoe. When no one will bid the amount of the taxes, penalty, and costs, the lands 
are to be struck off to the State. Pron<ied that minors, insane persons, and persons in con- 
fionnent, shall have the same time for redemption after removal of their disabilities. Be- 
tween grantor and grantee, taxes are a lien from the first Monday in December. 

All taxes are ad vaiorem, faicluding taxes of corporations. The state tax oommi^ion has 
fuU powers to asseas railway, Pullman-oar, express, and telegraph companies, except upon 
tangible property not part of right of way or used in conduct of business, which local assess- 
ors assess as they do other property. Railroads, right of way, and rolling-stock are asse s se d 
on first Monday in June, and reports must be filed during May with state tax commission. 
Pullman-car, express, private oar line, and telegraph companies are assessed first Monday in 
July and toe required to report every two years after first Monday in July, 1893. All other 
eorporationa are required to report to local assessors, who make an ad waiartm assessment as 
upon other pn^wrty. Corpwations are also requited to pay a small franchise tax. All taxes 
are payable to local collectors. 
Testimony. — See Bvidmee. 

Trust Deeds— - Must be acknowledged and filed the same as mortgages. See MortQagn. 
Warehense Eeeelpts. — The uniform law governing warehouse re^ipts, prepared by the 
American Bar Association, has been adopted. 

Wills. — Every person over twenty-one years old may devise realty and personalty, 
and ail persons over eighteen may bequeath goods and chattels by last will and testament. 
Every will must be executed as follows : First, it must be subscribed by the testator at the 
end of Jie will, or by some person for him at his request; second, such subscription shall 
be made by the testator in the preeenoe of each of the attesting witnesses, or ^all be ac- 
knowledged by him to have been so made to each of the attesting witnesses; third, at the 
time of such subscribing or acknowledgment the testator shall declare the instrument so 
wbecribed to be his last will and testament; fourth, there shall be at least two attesting 
witnesses, each of whom shall sign his name as a witness at the end of the will at the re- 
quest of the testator; fifth, where the entire body and signature of the will are in the hand- 
writing of the testator it may be established by the unimpeachable evidence of at least three 
duinterested witnesses to the handwriting and signature of the testator without subscribing 
witnesses; but no such will riiall be pleaded in bar of one subscribed in due form. Nun- 
eupative wills may be made during last illness, and must be proved by two witnesses, and 
are not good where the estate bequeathed exceeds five hundred dollars. A copy of a foreign 
viU may be admitted to probate in this State if it appears by the copy of the probate in 
another State that it was so executed as to be a valid will of lands in this State by the laws 
thereof. 

Wills are pit>ved and reowded in the office of the clerk of the probate court of the county 
in which the testator resided at the time of his death. If he had no known place of residence 
in this State, and land Is devised, then in the county where the land or the greater part 
thereof lies. If no land is devised, then in the county where he died, or that in w^oh his 
ertate or the greater part thereof shall lie, or where there may be any debt or demand 
owing to him. 
Willi may be written oo a t3i>ewriter. 
There are no restriotionB in xegard to bequests for charitable or religious purposes. 



CALIFORNIA LAWS. 

Reviaed Decemb«r 1, 1917, by 
Mettn. Gibson, Dunn St Crutcher, of Los Angeles. 

The next regular session of the legisUture oonvenes on the first Monday in JanusirF. ^U 19. 

AcknowledRments. — See Deed», etc. 

ActlonN. — There Ih but one form of civil action in this State. The oommon Utvr forms 
of pleading have been aboliahe*! by the Co«ie. (C. C. P. § 307. ) 

Actions are commenced by filing with the clerk of the court a written complaint. If tin- 
action be in a jiiMtice's court, it may be by KlinK a copy of the note, bill, account, or other 
instrument on which action i« brought. See Judgment; Sen^ice. 

The action mus^t be pro:^cute<i in the name of the real party in interest, except that an 
executor or administrator, or trustee of an express trust, or a person expressly authonxf**! 
by statute, may sue without jotmng with bim the persons for whose benefit the acuua is 
prosecuted. 

]f the complaint, though not verified, contains a copy of the instrument upon wiiich the 
action is brought, the genuinenejw and due execution of such instrument are admitted! 
unlesii the answer denying the name be verified. 

If the defense to an action is founded on a written instmmeni and the answer contjtirL? a 
copy thereof, its genuineness and due execution are deemed admitted unless, in an aetion in 
the superior court, within ten days (and in an action in a justice's court, within two d^ys; af Ler 
receiving a copy of the answer, the plaintiff file with the clerk an affidavit denjrinf the amrae. 

An action affecting the title or possession of real estate, or for the enforcement of a lien 
thereon, must be commenced in the county in which the same, or some part thereof, is 
situated. In personal actions, the complaint may be filed in any county in the State, but 
the defendant has the right to have the action tried in the county of his residence, or in tba 
county in which some one of the defendants resi<le8. if there be more tlian one defendant. 
In ail cases, however, the court has the right to change the plaoe of trial for the «!onverv- 
ience of witnesses, or when satisfied that an impartial trial cahnot be had in the county 
where the action is pending. A non-resident plaintiff or a foreign corporation may be 
required by the defendant to give security for costs before proceeding further -with the 
action. See, also. Service of Summons. 

Administration of Decedents* Estates. — See Eatat^n of Deceaned Perwons, 

Affidavits. — Ex parte affidavits may be used to verify a pleading or other papcv; to 
prove the service of a summons, notice, or other paper in a case; to obtain a provii^onal 
remedy, the examination of a witness, or a stay of proceedings, or uix>n a motion, anrl in 
some other special cases. In all other ca^es where a written declaration under oath is uaed. it 
must be in the form of a deposition to be used in court. 

Affidavits to be u!<efl within this State may be taken in the State before any officer author- 
ized to administer oaths. 

If taken out of this State, but in the United States, before a commissioner appointcKl by 
the governor of this State to take affidavits and depositions in such other State, or before 
any notary public in another State, or before any judge or clerk of a.court of record having 
ft seal. 

If taken out of the United States, before an ambas.sador, minister, consul, or vice-consiul 
or consular agent of the United States, or before any judge of a court of record havio^ a 
seal, in such foreign country. 

When an affidavit is taken before a judge of a court out of this State, the genuineness of 
the signature of the judpre. the existence of the court, and the fact that such judge is a 
member therec^f. must be ccrtifie<l by the clerk of the court, under the seal thereof. The 
law is silent iit>on the question whether a notarv public's signature and official character 
shall be certified to by any officer, but provides that courts take judicial notice qi the acal* 
of notaries. 

Affidavits need not be in any particular form. 

Alfens. — Any citirc n cr nlicn eligible to citizcn.«hip may take, inherit, hold, and dispone 
of property, real or pcrsorol; but if a non-resident alien takes by succession he must appear 
and claim the property within five years from the time of succession, or the State may thon 
take proceedings to have the proceeds deposited in the state treasury for his benefit. If he 
docs not appear and claim the proceeds within five years after the time of deposit he is thon 
barred. No person capable of succeeding under the statutes of descent is precluded from 

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LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 63 

aurh succession by reason of the alienaire of any relative. By act of May 19, 1913, aliens 
not eligible to citixenship (and corporations, a majority of whose membere or stockholdore are 
.*uch atlicns) cannot acnnire interests in real pf opwrty, exceeding a leasehold for a term of three 
years (exc^ept as may be otherwise provided by existing treaties). Interests in real property 
acquire<i in violation of this act escheat to the State. 

Appeals. — Appeals may be taken from any judgment rendered in a civil action in a 
police or justice's court to the superior court of the county, within thirty days after rendi- 
tion of the iudgment. (C. C. P. § 974.) 

Api>eaJs may be taken to the supreme court from the superior courts in all cases in equity, 
except such as aris«e in ju8tic4?s* courts, also in all cases at law which involve the title or 
po«kS**s^on of real estate or the legality of any tax, impost, assessment, toll, or municipal 
fine, or in ^-hdch the demand exclusive of interest, or the value of the property in contro- 
vrrniv, axnounts to two thousand dollars; also in all such probate matters as may be pro* 
videtd by lainr; also on questions of law alone in all criminal cases, where judgment of death 
had been rendered. 

Appeals may be taken from the superior courts to the district courts of appeal in all 
ras^s at la^" in which the demand, exclusive of interest, or the value of the property in 
controversy, amounts to three hundred dollars, also in all ca-ses of forcible and unlawful 
entry and detainer (except such as arise in justices' courts); in proceedings in insolvency 
and in actions to prevent or abate a nuisance; in proceedings of mandamus, certiorari, and 
prohibition, usurpation of office, contesting elections, and eminent domain, and in such 
other special proceedings as may be prtjvided by law (excepting cases in which appellate 
jurisfliction is given to the supreme court), also, on questions of law alone, in all criminal 
caj»c!S prosecut*?d by indictment or information in a court of record, excepting criminal 
c:use« where judgment of death has been rendered. 

An appeal to either the supreme court or district court of appeal must be taken within 
sixty days after the entry of the judgment or order appealed from, unless proceedings on 
motion for new trial are pending, in which case appeal may be taken within thirty days 
after tixc ternjination of such proceedings in the trial court. 

Arrest- — The defendant in an action may be arrested in the following cases: 1. In 
an action for the recovery of money or damages on a cause of action arising on contract 
express or implied, when about to leave the State with intent to defraud his creditors. 2. 
For money or property embezried or fraudulently misapplied or converted. 3. In an 
action for property w^jere some part of it has been concealed or disposed of to prevent its 
b»»injc talcen by sheriff. 4. Where debt was contracted by fraud. 5. Where defendant 
dispose:* of property with intent to defraud. 6. In an action for fine or penalty or miscon- 
duct in ofiSce. 

The CTonstitution (art. I. § 15) forbids imprisonment for debt in civil actions except in 
corti-s of fraud, and in civil actions for torts except in cases of willful injury to person or 
property- 

To obtain order for arrest, the plaintiff, or some person for him, must by affidavit show 
that the case is one mentioned above. Affidavit must be positive, or, if upon information 
and l>eli<»f . the facts upon which beUef is founded must be stated. 

Order for arrest must be obtained from a judge of the court in which the action is brought. 
Before court makes order it must require undertaking in a sum to be fixed by court, not 
loss than five hundred dollars, to the effect that if arrest is wrongful plaintiff will pay all 
damaiced occasioned to defendant thereby. (C. C. P. §§ 479-482.) See Undertakings. 

Ayg-lgnmento for the Benefit of Creditors. — Partially suspended by the National 
Bankruptcy Act of 1898. For the old law, see this Directory for 1900. 

j^ttj^^tmicot. — .\t the time of issuing the summons, or at any time afterward, before 
judisntent. the plaintiff may have a writ of attachment against the property of the defend- 
ant, in an action upon a contract, express or implied, 1st, for the direct payment of money, 
where the contract is made or is payable in this State, when not secured by mortgage, 
h<»n, or pledge of real or personal property, or, if so secured, when such security has, with- 
out any act of the plaintiff or the person to whom the security was given, become value- 
\csi»; 2d, upon contract whenever the defendant in the action resides out of the State; and 
3d. in an action against a non-resident defendant to recover a sum of money as damages 
arisins from an injury to property in the State in consequence of negligence, fraud, or 
other wrongful act. A non-resident plaintiff is entitled to the writ equally with a resident. 

The clerk of the court will issue the writ upon receiving the proper affidaWt. and upon 
reeeivinsf a written undertaking on the part of the plaintiff in a sum of not less than two 
hundred dollars and not exceeding the amount claimed for payment of costs and damages, 
•ihouki the defendant recover judgment or attachment be discharged. (C. C. P. §§ 537- 
53<>.> The sureties to the undertaking must be residents and householders or freeholders 
within this State, or an authorized surety company. See UnderUikitigs. If the plaintiff be 
the State, or the people of the State, or any state officer in his official capacity, or any 
county, city, or town, no undertaking is required. 

Affidavit for attachment must be made by plaintiff or some person in his behalf. Any 
c'>mpetcnt person can make the affidavit. The affidavit mu.st show that the case is within 
tHe statute, aa above stated, and that attachment is not sought nor action prosecuted to 
faioier, delay, or defraud creditors of defendant. (C. C. P. § 538.) Sec Cam la/iec Process. 



54 LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 

The writ requires the sheriff to attach sufficient of the property of the defendant tritlm 
his county to satisfy the plaintiff's demand, unless the defendant give him security to sat- 
isfy the same, or security equal to the value of the property to be attached. Several writs 
may be issued to dinerent counties at the same time, and may be telegraphed from the 
county in which the action is brought to any other counties in the State. 

All property and interests in property, real and personal, belonging to the defendant, not 
exempt from execution, and all debts due the defendant, may be attached, and. if judgmait 
be recovered, sold or collected to satisfy the same. Personal property capable of manual 
delivery, if attached, must be taken into the custody of the officer. Debts and credits and 
other personal property not capable of manual delivery are attached by leaving with the 
person owing such debts, or having in his possession or under his control such credit5 or 
other personal property, a copy of the writ and a notice that such property is attached ia 
pursuance thereof. Real property is attached by filing with the recorder of the county where 
the same is situated a copy of the writ with a description of the property attached, and a 
notice that it is attached, and leaving a similar notice with the occupant, or, if there be no 
occupant, by posting the notice in a conspicuous place on said properly. If the property 
stands upon the records in the name of a person other than the defendant, the notice mu^ 
state that the property and the interest of the defendant therein is. attached, and must be 
given to such person or left at his residence, if it be known and within the county. Notice 
must also be served on occupant, or if none posted as above. Shares of stock in a corpora- 
tion are attached by leaving with the proper officer of the corporation a copy of the writ 
and a notice stating that the stock or interest of the defendant therein is attached punsuant 
to the writ. If the property attached is perishable, and also when the court is satisfied that 
it will be for the intere.st of all parties, it may be sold, as if under execution, and the pro- 
ceeds held by the sheriff or deposited in court to await the result of the suit. 

The attachment first levied upon the property of the defendant has priority over any sub- 
sequent attachment, and all attachments are to be satisfied according to their priority. 

The lien of the attachment on real property is merged in the lien of the judgment that the 
plaintiff may recover; but unless judgment is recovered within three years, the lien of the 
attachment will expire unless renewed by motion within the three years. (C. C. P. ( 542-&) 
Such lien relates to the date of the attachment and continues for the period of five yean 
from the docketing of the judgment, with priority over all intervening liens or transfers. 
The sale of the property under execution must be made within the five years in order to 
preserve this priority of lien. 

After the levy of the attachment the defendant may, by order of the court, have the same 
discharged, upon executing an undertaking to redeliver to the officer the property attached, 
or, in default thereof, pay its full value to the plaintiff, not exceeding the amount of the 
judgment. 

The lien of the attachment is dissolved by the death of the defendant. The attachment 
may also he set aside by the court upon the ground that it was improF>erly issued. If the 
defendant recover judgment the sureties are liable for his costs, and also for what actual 
damage he may have sustained by reason of the attachment, not exceeding the aroouai 
named in their undertaking. See, also, Deeds, etc. 

Blue Sky Law. — See under Corporationa. 

Chattel Mortsages. — Chattel mortgages may be made upon all growing crops, includioi; 
grapes and fruit, and upon any and all kinds of personal property, except the following: 
(1) Personal property not capable of manual delivery; (2) articles of wearing apparel and 
personal adornment: (3) the stock in trade of a merchant. (C. C. S 2955.) Such mortgage 
is void against creditors and subsequent purchasers and incumbrancers in good faith and for 
value unless it 'm accompanied bv the affidavit of all the parties thereto that it is made in 
good faith, and without any design to hinder, defraud, or delay creditors, and is acknow- 
ledged, or proved, or certified, and recorded in like manner as grants of real propertv. It 
mii.'Jt be recorded in the county in which the mortgagor resides, and also in the county in 
which the mortgaged property is situated, or to which it may be removed. A chattel mort- 
gage on property other than that mentioned is valid between the parties, their heirs, legatees, 
and personal representatives, and others having actual notice. (C. C. { 2973.) 

A chattel mortgage may be foreclosed by nction at any time after the debt secured be- 
comes due and before it is barred by the statute of limitations, or instead thereof the mort- 
gagee may. after demanding payment from the mortgagor of the sum due and giving notice 
of the time and place of sale (by posting in three public places of the township or city, for 
not less than five nor more than ten tlarn), sell the mortgaged property at public auction to 
the highest bidder. (C. C. {[} 2967. 3005: C. C. P. S «02.) 

Claims agalnat the Estate.i of Deceased Persons. — See Eatatea of Deceased Persons. 

ConditioaiU Sales. — There is no statute in this State regulating such sales, but they 
are sustained by the courts. (See Bruy v. Lowery, 16.*? Cai. 25(3.) 

Coaslgnments. — Every portion intrusted with or having in his control property for 
the use of any other peraon, or \\ith any power of nttomev for the sale or transfer thcrcoL 
who fraudulently appropriates it to any use or purpose not in the due and lawful execution of 
his trust, or who fraudulently converts the same or the proceeds thereof to his own use, ia 
guilty of embezslement. The making of false statements to consignor concerning condition. 
price obtained, or expenditures in connection with consigned property, is misdemeanor. 
(Pen. 0. $ 536.) 



LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 55 

Cnrpontloiui. — Corporations are formed under a seneral law, and cannot be created 
by qtedal act of the lei^Iature, nor can special powers or privUegflS be conferred by the 
lesulatore upon eziBting corporations. Private corporations may be formed for any pur- 
poM for which individuals may lawfully associate themselves, and they are formed by the 
voluntsry association of three or more persons, a majority of whom must be residents of this 
Sute, who subscribe and acknowledge articles of incorporation setting forth the objects 
aod nature of the corporation, and file the same with the county clerk, and a certified copy 
thereof with the secretary of state. The secretary of state issues to the corporation a oer- 
tificste of such filing in his office, and thereupon the persons signing said articles, their 
aaodates and successors, become a body politic and corporate. Numbor of direoton not 
lea tbaa three. A majority must reside in the State and all of the persons named as directors 
J&uit ogn and acknowledge the articles. By amendment of Code adopted March 18, 1907, 
the artideB may provide for preferred stock, the extent of such preference (which may not 
affect voting power or Uabolity to creditors) to be stated therein and in the certificate of stock. 
Stock may be issued without nominal or par value. (C. C. f f 290 el tea.) 

Each stockholder is individually liable for such proirartion of all the corporation's debts 
as the amount of stock or shares owned by him inr such corporation at the time the debt or 
liability was incurred bears to the whole of the stock subscribed, and for a like proportion 
only of each debt or claim against the corporation, for which joint or several actions lie 
against any of the stockholders for the proportion of the claim payable by each, and in such 
action a several judgment must be rendered against each defendant for the amount of his 
proportion of said debt. (C. C. f 322.) The directors or trustees of corporations and joint 
stock associations are joinUy and severally liable to the creditors and stockholders for all 
moneys embessled or misappropriated by the officera of such corporation, or jointHstock 
sasociati<», during the term of office of such director or trustee. (Const, art. 12, f 3.) 

There is no provision as to the amount of capital stock to be paid in at the time of organi* 
latioa, except in case of certain kinds of corporations such as railroad, wagon-road, tele- 
graph, banking, insurance and guaranty corporations, corporations authorised to act as 
trustee, etc The cost of organisation varies, being about ten dollars fcv official fees in addi- 
tion to the following charges, based on authorised oaintalisation, via.: On a capital stock, 
up to twenty-five thousand dollars, fifteen dollara; up to seventy-five thousand dollara, 
twenty-five dollars; up to two hundred thousand dollars, fifty dollars; up to five hundred 
thooBand dollars, seventy-five dollars; up to one million dollars, one hundred dollars; over 
one million doUan, one hundred dollan, and fifty dollars for each additional five hundred 
thousand dollars or fraction thereof. 

Corporations organised for profit (except such as are taxed upon their gross revenue, as 
stated under Tea Laws) must also pay an annual license tax graduated according to author^ 
iaed capitalisation, as follows: On a capital stock up to ten thousand dollars, ten dollars; 
up to twenty thousand dollars, fifteen dollars; up to fifty thousand dollara, twenty dollan; 
up to one hundred thousand dollan, twenty-five doUare; up to two hundred fifty thousand 
ddlars, fifty dollan; up to five hundred thousand dollara. seventy-five dollan; up to one 
wiDiaa doUsn, one hundred dollan; up to three million dollan, two hundred dollan; up to 
five million dollara, three hundred and fifty dollan; up to seven million, five hundred thou- 
sand dollara, five hundred and fifty dollan: up to ten million, eight hundred dollan; over 
ten million dollara, one thousand dollara. Failure to pay this license tax works a total sus- 
pension of the power to do business until the tax is paid, with all penalties. As to taxation 
of corporate pr<^>erty, including franchises, see under Too; Law. 

Then are special provisions applicable to railroad, mining, insurance, banking, building 
and loan, benevolent, and religious corporations, cooperative associations, etc. Public serv- 
ice corporations are also subject to spedal statutory provisions and to regulation by the- 
state railroad commission. 

Bine Sky Law. — A recent statute (Stats. 1917, p. 673), regulating issuance of corporate 
wturities, requires the permit of the commissioner of corporations before such securities, 
foreign or domestic, can be oflfered to the public in this State. Certain corporations, how- 
ever, under jurisdiction of other state departments (public utilities, banks, insurance corpo- 
rations, etc), or organised under acts of Congress, are exempted from this act. 

Foriign CorparalionM. — A foreign corporation doing business in this State (other than 
interrtate commerce) pays Uie same annual license tax as domestic corporations, and must 
file in the office of the secretary of state an affidavit stating the amount of its authorised 
capital stodc and a certified copy oi its articles or charter, or the statutes or executive or 
flovcrnmental act creating it, and a copy, certified by the secretary of state of this State, 
most be filed in the office of the county clerk where the principal place of business of the for- 
eign eorporation is located in this State, and also every county where such corporation owns 
ical property. For such filing with the secretary of state a fee of seventy-five dollan must be 
paid by corporations organised for profit, and a fee of five dollan by other corporations. 
AO subsequent amendments to articles or charter must also be filed. 

All foreign corporations are also required to file with the secretary of state a designation 
^ a resident agent upon whom service of process may be made, and to renew such deeigna- 
tioo within iprty days of death or removal of the penon fint designated. Failure so to do 
UMvn severe penalties, including denial of resort to courts, protection of statute of limita- 
tions, right to acquire or convey real property, etc. Foreign corporations complying with 
the law have same rights relative to holding of real property as domestic corporationst 
tuept as otberwJM stated under title Aliens. "-■ - 



56 LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 

Stockholders of foreign corporations doinf^ business in California are liable to creditors to 
the same extent as are* stock holders of California corporations. (See Pinney v. Nelson, 183 
U. S. 144.) See, also, Service of Summons. 

Courts, Jurisdiction And Terms of. See Court Calendar for Californin. 

Deeds, Acknowledfcments, etc. — An estate in real property other than a tenancy 
fit will or for a term not exceeding one year can be transferred only by operation of law, or 
by an inatrurnent in writing subscribed by the party di^pusing of the same, or by hi? agent 
thereunto aiithorizc<i i>y writing. If the grantor be unable to write, his mark is sufficira; 
if his name is written near it by a i>erson who writes his own name a6 a witness. Provided 
that when the signature U by mark, it must, in order that the same may be acknowledged, 
be witnessed by two persons, who must subscribe their own names as witnesses thereto. 
Such transfer in writing is called a "grant." The word "grant" used in any conveyance of 
an estate of inheritance ov fee simple implies that the grantor has not prior thereto con- 
veyed the same estate or any interest therein, and that such estate is at the time of convey- 
ance free from any incumbrances done, made, or suffered by the grantor or any pereoa 
claiming under him. Such covenants may be sued upon the same as if expressly inaerted 
in the conveyance. 

The following form is a sufficient grant : I, A. B., grant to C. D. all that real property 
situated in (insert name of county) County, State of California, bounded (or describeid) as 
follows: (Here insert description, or, if the land sought to be conveyed has a descriptive 
name, it may bo d.-scribed by the nftme, as for instance, "the Norris Ranch.") 

Witness my hand this day of a. d. 19 . • A. B. 

Acknowlecignients thereto may be either written or printed, and may be attached to or 
pasted on an instrument. 

The secretary of state certifies to the official character of notaries, commissioners, etc. 

In order to make a deed available as evidence, its execution must be proved as any 
other instrument of writing, unless the deed be acknowledged or proved as hereinafter ex- 
plained, and if so acknowledged or proved, it is received in evidence without further proof. 

An instrument so acknowledged or proved may be recorded in the office of the recordtf 
of the county wherein the land is situate, and the record is constructive notice of the coo- 
tents thereof to subsequent purchasers and mortgagees. 

Deeds, though not recorded, are valid and binding between the parties thereto, and also 
upon all persons having actual notice of the same; but are void as against any subsequent 
purchaser or mortgagee of the same property, or any part thereof, in good faith and for a 
valuable consideration, whose conveyance is first duly recorded. An attaching creditor is 
not protected against such unrecorded deed, if the deed be recorded before any judgment in 
such action. 

The absolute power of alienation of the fee in real estate, or of a term of years, cannot be 
suspended by any limitation or condition whatever for a longer period than twenty-five 
years from the creation of the suspension, or dtiring the continuance of the lives of persooj 
in being at the creation of the limitation or condition. 

Witnesses are not neces.sary to the validity of a deed or other instrument affecting title 
to realty, except wills. Wife should join husband in deeds of community pro|)erty. 

The deed of a married woman has the same effect as if she were unmarried. 

Wherever the name of the owner of any real estate is from any cause changed, his con- 
veyance thereof must set forth the name in which he or she derived title to said real esiale. 

The proof or acknowledgment of an instrument may be made within the Slate before s 
judge or clerk of the supreme court, or a judge of the superior court, and. within the city. 
county, district, or township for which the officer was elected or appointed, before either a 
clerk of a court of record, a county recorder, a court commisBioDer, a justice of the peace, or 
notary public. 

If proved or acknowledged out of this State, but in the United States and within the 
jurisdiction of the officer, it may be before a justice, judge, or clerk of a court of record of 
the United States, any justice or judge of any court of record of any State, a notary public, 
or a commissioner appoint4*d by the governor of this State for that purpose: also before 
any other ofRcer of the State where the acknowlc^lgment is made, authorized by its lawd to 
take such proof or acKnowledgment. (C. C. § 1182.) 

If taken or made out «»f the United States, before a minister, commissioner, or charp^ 
d'affaires of the United States resident and accredited in the cotintry where the proof or 
acknowl«lgment is ma<lc. or a consul, vice-consul, or consular ag(>nt of the United Static 
resident in the country where the proof or acknowledgment is made, or a judge of a court 
of record of the country where the proof or acknowledgment is made, or a commi^ioner 
appointed for such purpose by the governor pursuant to special statutes, or a notary public. 
(C. C. ( 11S3.) 'I'he law is t>'\\e\\X upon the question as to whether such notary's certificate 
requires the Unitetl Statin Cfinsul's certihcation. 

Certificates of acknowledgment must be authenticated by the signature of the officer, fol- 
lowed by his title of office, and his official seal affixed, if by the law under which he is act- 
ing, he is required to have an official seal. The seal may be made by an impression on the 
piper, or on wax or other substance attached. In this State a notary public is required to 
have a seal upon which shall be engraved the word.s "Notary Public" and the name of the 
county for which he is appointed, and also the arms of the State. 

All distinctions between sealed and unsealed instruments are abolished. (C. C. % 1629.) 

A written instrument is presumptive evidence of consideration. (C. C S 1614.) 



LAWS OF CALIFOENIA. 67 

An acknowledgment taken out of the State i? sufficient if taken in accordance with the 
laws of the place where made, and provided further the certificate of the clerk of a court of 
record of the county or district where such acknowledgment is tiaken that the officer certi- 
fying to same is authorised by law so to do, that the signature is true and genuine, and that 
the acknowledgment ia taken in accordance with the laws of the place where made, shall 
be prima facie evidence of the facts stated in the certificate of said clerk. 

The f blowing forms are used: — 

[General Form for Acknowledgments.] 

State ok ) 

Couimr of } **' 

On thi» day of in the year one thousand nine hundred and before me, 

a notary public, in and for said county, residing therein, duly commissioned and 
sworn, personally appeared known to me to be the individual described in, whose 

name subscribed to and who executed the annexed instrument, and he acknow- 

ledged to me that be execuie<i the same 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office 
in county of the day and year in this certificate first above written. 

[Seal.] (Signature and title.) 

For the certificate of acknowledgment for a married woman there is no difference. 

The form of proof by subscribing witness ordinarily used by conveyancers and notaries is 
the following: — 

St\te or } 

COCNTY 09 I *** 

On this day of in the year one thousand nine hundred and before me, 

a netary public, in and for said county, residing therein, duly commissioned and 
tvom, personally appeared known to me to be the same person whose name is sub- 

scribed to the within instrument, as a witness thereto, who, being by me duly sworn, de[.osed 
and said that he resides in the county of State of that he was present 

and flaw personally known to to be the same person described in. whose 

name subscribed to and who executed the said instrument as part thereto, 

Eign and execute the same; and that he, the affiant, then and there subscribed 
name to said instrument as a witness. 

In witness whereof, 1 have hereuiito set my hand and affixed my official soal, at my 
office in county of the day and year in this certificate first above written. 

t.'^al.] (Signature and title.) 

The certificate of acknowledgment to an instrument executed by a corporation must be 
substantially as follows: — 

.^'tatk of j 

COCXTY OF \ *' 

On this day of in the year before me, (here insert the name and 

quality of the officer), personally appeared known to mc (or proved to me on the oath 

of ) to be the president (or the secretary) of the corporation that executed the within 

instrument (where, however, the instrument is executed in behalf of the corporation by some 
onf other than the president or secretary insert: known to me (or proved to me on the 
oath or ) to be the person who executed the within instrument on behalf of the corpora- 

tion therein named, and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office 
io county of the day and year in this certificate first above written. 

[Seal.] (Signature and title.) 

[Acknowledgment by an Attorney in Fact.] 

State of ) . 

CouNTT of J "• 

On this day of in the year one thousand nine hundred and bofore me, 

a notary public, in and for said county, residing therein, duly commissioned and 
sworn, personally appeared known to me to be the individual whose name ssub- 

scribed to and who executed the annexed instrument as the attorney in fact of find 

the said acknow^ledged to me that subscribed the name of thereunto us 

principal and own name as attorney in fact. 

In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my 
offire in county of the day and year in this certificate first above written. « 

[Seal.] ^Signature and title.) 

Proof of InMtTument9 not acknowledged. — Proof of the execution of a deed or other instru- 
ment, when not acknowledged, can be made by the parties executing it, or either of them, if 
more than one, or by a subscribing witness; or by other witnesses as to the handwriting, 
v^hepi all the parties and witnesses are dead, non-residents of the State, or their residence is 
unknown. 

No particular form pf proof by a subscribing witness is specified or required. It must 
8how that the witness was personally know^n to the officer taking the proof, to be the per- 
son whose name is subscribed as a witness, and was sworn, and deposed that the person 
vhow name is subscribed to the instrument as a party is the person described in it, and chat 
each D^rsoa executed it, and that the witn^s subscribed his name tliereto as a witness. 
^C.C. 151195-1198.) 



58 LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 

If the party making the acknowledgment be unknown, the oflScer may take the ac- 
knowledgment after proof of his identity by a known witnew under oath; he must set 
out the fact that the grantpr " was proved by the oath of a credible witness, to be 

the person named in and who executed the within instrument." With this modification \m 
the same form as for an ordinary acknowledgment. 

Torreru Land Law. — A comprehenaive law for the registration of land titles, on the 
" Torrens " plan, was adopted by an initiative vote in 1914 (see Stats. 1915, p. 1932). Regis' 
tration of land under this law is voluntary, but once registered can be transferred or incum- 
bered only in accordance with the law, the underl3ring principle of which is to require every 
instrument or act afFecting the title to be entered on the regbter, and to make a certificate 
of title, issued by the registrar for a nominal fee, an absolute assurance of title — or as nearly 
as may be. 

Deposltloiis. — The deposition of a witness out of this State shall be taken upon a 
commission issued from the court in which the action is pendinf^. under its seal, upon an 
order of the eourt, or a judge thereof, to any person selected by the parties, or. If they do 
not agree thereon, to any notary public, judge, justice of the peace, or commissioner selected 
bv the court, judge, or justice, in case the commission is issued to any place within the United 
States; but if it is issued to any country out of the United States, if the parties do not agre« 
upon the person it may be directed to a minister, ambassador, consul, vice-consul, or eoiuu- 
lar agent of the United States in such country, or to any person agreed on by the parties. 
Such depositions may be taken upon interrogatories prepared by the parties and settled 
by the judge granting the commission, or when the parties agree or the oourt so orders the 
examination may be without written interrogatories. A deposition may be taken steoo- 
graphically under the direction of a commissioner and tsrpewritten, and then read and sigoed 
by the witness. It is the practice, however, to stipulate to that effect. Deposition may be 
taken in any other form by written stipulation. 

Instructioiu and Form9 for faking Depotiiiona. — 1st. The commissioner will subpopna 
the witness to appear before him at such time and place as he may appoint, and administer 
the oath to ^tness. 

2d. Either the commissioner or some disinterested person must reduce the answer o( 
witness to writing in the language of the witness. 

3d. The beading or title of the depositions should be in this form : — 

[Caption.] 
Deposition of Nathan Gibbs. a witness sworn and examined under and by virtue of a 
commission issued out of the superior court in and for the county of in the State 

of California, in a certain cause therein depending between James Johnson, plaintiff, and 
Charles Y. Allen, defendant. 

Nathan Gibbs, of the city of New York, being duly sworn to speak the truth, the whole 
truth, and nothing but the truth, deposeth and saith as follows : — 
Ist. To the first interrogatory he saith. 
2d. To the second interrogatory he saith. 
Int. To the first cross-interrogatory he saith. 

When the deposition is finished it must be carefully read to or by the witneb^ •I&d any 
corrections made by him attested by the initials of the commissioner; it must then be sub- 
scribed by the witness and certified as follows : — 

[Certificate.] 
State or Nkw York,. 



CiTT AND County op New York, J 

I. A. n.. the commissioner named in said commission, do hereby certify that the witness. 
Nathan Gibbs, appeared before me. and after being duly sworn, his evidence was takeo 
down, and read over, and corrected by him, after which he subsd'ibed the same in my pre- 
sence, on the first day of January a. d. 19 at my office in the city, county, and S^ate 
of New York, and that I have personal knowledge of said witnef* '^^r if unacquainted 
with the witnesM, " that proof has been made before me of the personal identity of said wit- 
ness.") 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal the day and year afore- 
said. A. B., Commissioner for California in New York. 

4th. The commiKsioner will attach together and fold the commission, interrogatories, 
answers, and any document deposed to by the witness, in a packet, and seal the same. He 
will write his name across the seal, and direct it to the clerk or other person designated or 
agreed upon a* follows : — 

Jambs Johnson ) To Esq., Clerk of the Superior Court for County. Gal- 

va. > ifornia. 

Charles Y. Allen. \ Deposition of Nathan Gibbs. 

The package may be sent by mail or other usiial channel of conveyance. 

The deposition when once taken may be read by either party on the trial against any 
other party giving or receiving the notice, or in any stage of the action or proceeding, or in 
any other action or proceeding between the same parties on the same subject. 

Descent of Real and PerMmat Property. — When any person dies intestate his pro- 
perty, after payment of debts and expeii!*es ot administrauoa, umesis oiaerwise limited by 
I marriage settlement, is distributed as follows : — • 

I It' the deceased leaves a surviving husband or wife, and only one child, or the lawful issue 

. of one deceased child, in equal shares to each: if more than one child, one third goes to the 



LAWS OP CALIFORNIA. 69 

Burviving consort and the balance to the children in equal shares. The children of a de* 
oeaaed child take by the right of representation; but if all of the descendants are in the 
same degree of kindred to the decedent they share equally. If the decedent leaves no hus- 
band or wife but leaves iasue, the whole estate goes to such issue. 

If the deceased leaves no issue, the surviving consort takes one half and the other half 
goes to the decedent's father and mother in equal shares, and if either be dead the whole 
of said half goea to the other. If there be no father or mother, then one half goes in equal 
Bhares to the brothers and sisters of the decedent, and to the children or grandchildren of 
any deceased broth^' or sister by ri^t of representation. 

If the decedent leaves no iasue. nor husband or wife, the estate goes to his father and 
mother in equal shares, or, if either be dead, then to the other. If there be neither iasue, 
btisband, wife, father, nor mother, then in equal shares to the brothers and sisters and to 
the children or grandchildren of any deceased brother or sister by right of representation. 

If deceased leaves a surviving hjjsband or wife, and no issue, father, motner. brother, or 
lister, nor children or grandchildren of deceased brothers or sisters, the whole estate goea 
to such survivor. 

If the deceased leaves none of the aforementioned, the estate goes to the next of kin in 
equal degree; and if there are two or more collateral kindred in equal degree, but claim* 
ing through different ancestors, those claiming through the nearest ancestor must be pre- 
lerred. 

If the decedent leaves several children, or one child and the issue of one or more children, 
snd any such surviving child dies under age not having been married, all the estate that 
came to the deceased child by inheritance from such decedent goes in equal shares to the 
other children of the same parent and to the issue of any such other children who are dead, 
by right of representation. If at the death of such child who diefl under age not having 
been married, all the other children of hix parents are also dead, and any of them have left 
ic9ue, the estate that came to such child by inheritance from its parent descends to the issue 
of all the other children of the same parent. 

If the deeedent be a widow or widower and leaves no issue, and any i>ortion of the estate 
was common property of such deeedent and his or her deceased spouse, such common pro- 
perly shall go to the children of such deceased spouse and the issue thereof, and if none, one 
half of such property goes to the parents, or if both be dead, to the brothers and sisters 
(and their issue) of the decedent, and the other one half to the parents, or, if both be dead, 
to the brothers and sisters (and their issue) of such spouse; ana if any portion of the estate 
aune to the decedent by descent or devise from the deceased 8p>ouse, such property goes to 
the issue of such spouse, or if no iasue. to the parents, or if both parents be dead, then to the 
brothers and aisters (and their iasue) of such deceased spouse. 

If the decedent leaves no husband, wife, or kindred, and there be no heirs to take his 
r«tate or any portion thereof imder the above clause concerning deceased spouses, the estate 
escheats to the school fund of the State. (C. C. S I38i5.) 

The foregoing provisions as to the inheritance of the husband and wife from each other 
apply only to the separate property of the decedents. 

Upon the death of the wife the entire community property without administration belongs 
to the surviving husband, except such portion as may have been .set apart to her by judi- 
cial decree for her support and maintenance. Such portion is subject to her testamentary 
liisposition. and in the absence of such disposition goes to her heirs exclusive of her hus- 
band. Upon the death of the husband one half of the community property goes to the wife 
and the other half in subject to the testamentary disposition of the husband, and in the ab- 
•e:o« of such disposition goes Ut his descendants; and in the absence of htoth disposition 
and descendants is distributed in the ^me -nanner as his separate estate. Upon the death 
of the husband the entire community property is subject to his debts, the family allowance. 
snd expenses of administration. 

The degree of kindred is established by the number of generations, and each generation 
is called a degree. (C. C. S 1389.) 

Kindred of the half blood inherit equally with those of the whole blood, except where the 
estate came to the intestate by descent, devisse. or gift of some one of his ancestors, when 
the half blood is excluded. (C. C. S 1394.) 

Whenever testator has a 6hild bom, after making will, either in hin lifetime or after death, 
mch child being unprovided for by settlement or mentioned in will, Hucb child ourceeda 
to «me portion of real and personal estate aa he would if testator had died intestate. (C. C. 
I 1306.) • 

When any testator omits to provide In will for any child or children, or for issue of any 
dftp^red child, unless it appear? from said will that such omission was intentional, such 
diild or the issue of such child must have the mme share in the estate of such testator as if 
testator had died intestate, and succeeds accordingly. (G. C. S 1307.) 

Sueceuicn Tax. See title Inheritanee Tax9». 

Dtroreea. — Divorces may be granted in this State for the following grounds: 1st. 
Adultery, ad. Extreme cruelty, 8d. Willful desertion for one year. 4th. Willful neglect 
for one year. 5th. Habitual intemperance for one year. 0th, Conviction of felony. 

naiatiff must have been a resident of this State twelve months before the suit can be 
brought, and of the county in which it is brought for three months next preceding the oom' 
Beaoemcnt of the action; but this reqxdrement does not apply to a oroaa-oomplalnant. 

A defendant is served with aummooa as in any civil case, but no decree can be rendered 



60 LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 

by default; nor on admissions of the defendant; nor on the uncorroborated evidence of the 
parties. Where any pleading names a co-respondent in a case of adultery, such person most 
be served with copy of such pleading and may appear as a party to the cause. 

In actions for divorce the court must file its decision and conclusions of law as in other 
cases, and if it determines that no divorce shall be granted, final judgment must tbereupoo 
be entered accordingly. If it determines that the divorce ought to be granted, ao interloc- 
utory judgment must be entered declaring that, the party in whose favor the court decider 
is entitled to a divorce. This judgment may be appealed from or a motion made for new tri&l 
as in case of final judgments in other civil actions. When one year has expired after the entry 
of such interlocutory judgment, and no appeal therefrom shall have been taken, or motioc 
for a new trial made, the court on motion of either party or upon its own motion may enter 
the final judgment, which judgment restores the parties to the status of single persons sod 
permits cither to remarry. But if any appeal shall have been taken or motion for new trial 
made, final judgment shall not be entered until such motion or appeal has been finally dis- 
po.sed of, and not then if the motion has been granted or judgment reversed. The death of 
either party after entry of interlocutory judgment does not impair the power of the court to 
enter a final judgment, but such entry shall not validate a marriage contracted by either 
party before the entry of sUch final judgment. 

The court may allow alimony and expenses of litigation to the wife, and order the stame 
to be paid by the husband. The court may enforce such order by impriscmment. From 
the order directing the payment of alimony an appeal may be taken to the supreme court. 

When the husband willfully deserts, or fails to provide for the wife, or when the wife has 
any cause of action for divorce as provided in the Code, she may, without applying for a 
divorce, maintain an action against the husband for permanent support and maintenance 
of herself and her children. 

Dower, — There is no dpwer in California. See Married Women. 

Estates of Deceased Person.s, — Adraini.stration of the estate of a person dying int*»- 
tate must be granted to some one or more of the persons hereinafter mentioned, the rela- 
tives of the deceased being entitled to administer only when they are entitled to succeed 
to his personal estate, or to some portion thereof; and they are respectively entitled thereto 
in the following order : The surviving husband or wife, or some competent person whom he 
or she may request to have appointed ; the children; the father or mother; the brothers: 
the sisters; the grandchildren; the next of kin entitled to share in the distribution of the 
estate; the public administrator; the creditors; any person legally competent. This ord«^ 
of precedence applies also to relatives of a deceased spouse of the decedent, wh»i entitltnl 
to succeed to part of the estate. If the decedent was a member of a partnership at the time 
of his decease, the .•<urviving partner must in no case be api>ointed administrator of his 
estate. But such surviving partner may be an executor. A non-resident cannot act as an 
administrator, but the surviving spouse, although non-reaident, may nominate any compe- 
tent resident, by petition, as such administrator. Corporations organized under the laws 
of this State for that purpose may be appointed to act as executor, administrator, guardian, 
etc. 

Bonds are required of such administrator in double the value of the personal property, and 
of the annual rents of real property; and upon sales of real property by the administrstor 
he is required to give bonds in such amount as the court may order. The same statutes a- 
to bonds apply to executors, but the instrument under which executor is appointed may 
waive such bonds. 

An allowance is made to the widow upon application to the court in such wim as the 
court may determine and the value of the estate and the necessities of the famiiy wiil 
justify. This allowance is made e\'en if the estate be insolvent, but does not extend beyond 
a period of one year from the time of the issuance of letters, if the estate be insolvent. 

Imractliately upon receipt of letters testamentary or of administration the executor or 
administrator must publish in some newspaper of the county a notice to creditors to present 
their claims with the necessary vouchers. The notice must require the creditor to present 
his claim to the executor or administrator,*or file it with the clerk of court, within ten months, 
if the estate exceeds ten thousand dollars in value, and within four months if leas than that 
sum, after the first publication of the said notice, and the creditor must so present or fiW 
his claim, accompanied by his affidavit, or that of his agent, that the claim is justly due and 
that no payments Lave been made thereon, and that there are no offsets against the saiQ(?to 
affiant's knowledge. There is no difference in the proof required between residents and non- 
residents. 

Claims. — All claims arising upon contract, whether the same be due, not due. or ^>&* 
tingent, must bo presented within the time limited in the notice, and any claim uot so pre- 
sented is barred forever; but if the claimant can by affidavit satisfy the court that he had 
no notice by reason of being out of the State, ho may present his claim at any time bcfitre 
a decree of distribution is entered. 

The administrator or executor must allow or reject the claim, and if he approve it a judce 
of the superior court must then approve or reject it; and if approved by the judge it is ih<n 
filed as a valid claim, and paid in due course of administration. A claim duly prebCQ^e-l 
and allowed by the administrator or executor and the superior judge has the force and effect 
of a judgment against the estate, but no execution can be issued. It must be paid in due 
course of administration. After its allowance and approval it bears interest at the les^l 
rate. 



LAWS OF CALIFORJ^IA. 61 

If sn action be pending ai^ainst the decedent at the time of his death, the plaintifT must 
pre?eni hi-* claira ks in other ca^^es, and no recoveo* can be had in the action without proof 
of such pre^Dtation. 

If judgment has been rendered against the decedent in his lifetime for the recovery of 
money, no execution can be ii<9ued thereon, after death, but it must be presented like any 
other plaim. if an execution has been actually levied upon puch judgment before the 
death, tiie property levied on may be j*old for the statisfaction thereof. A judgment for the 
recovery of real or perponal property', or the enforcement of a lien thereon, may be enforced 
noiwith.<tandiiig the death of the defendant. 

if a claim is hejected either by the judge or administrator or executor, the claimant must 
within three monthfi after notice of its rejection, if it be then due, or within two months 
after it becomes due, bring suit in the proper court, otherwise his claim is forever barred, 
li he recover judgment it is then filed as other claims for payment. 

So claim can be allowed which is barred by the statute of limitations. If the claim is not 
barred at the death of the debtor, it will not be barred until one year after the issuance of 
WTen* testamentary or of administration. During the pendency of proceedings for the set- 
tlement of the estate no claim which has been presented and allowed is affected by the 
statute of limitations. 

No suit can be brought upon a claim unless it be first presented for allowance, except that 
ivi action may be brought by the holder of a mortgage or lien to enforce the same against 
the property of the estat« subjf»ci thereto, when all recourse against any other property of 
the e:«tate is expressly waived in the complaint. In such action no counsel fees .shall be 
recovered unless the claim be first presente<l. If. however, a homestead was declared upon 
the property mortgaged, the claim must in all cases be presented for allowance, and can be 
enforced against the homestead only after the other property of the estate has been ex- 
haiwed. 

rbima against an estate are paid in the following order, namely : 1. Funeral experises. 

2. Expenses of last sickness. 3. Debts having preference by the laws of the United States. 

4. Judgments rendered against the decedent in his lifetime, and mortgages and other liens 

111 the order of their date, so far as the proceeds of the property subject thereto will avail. 

J. All other demands against the estate. The wages of an employee for services rendered 

within sixty days next precedint the death of his employer, not exceeding one hundred dol- 

br?. rank in priority next after funeral expenses and expenses of last sickness. Expenses 

of administration and allowance for support of family for not exceeding one year after death 

of decedent are payable prior to all claims except funeral expenses and expenses of last sirk- 

&e«. If the estate does not exceed fifteen hundred dollars in net value, and there be a widow 

or minor children, the court may assign the entire estate for their benefit after the payment 

of the expenaes of the last sickness, funeral expenses, aud exi>enses of administration. 

Homatead*. — 'Upon the death of either the husband or the wife the oourt.having juris- 
dittion of the estate may, upon petition therefor, set apart for the use of the surviving 
iiis^and or wife, or, in case of hi-j or her death, to the minor children of the decedent, all 
property exempt from execution, including the homestead selected, designated, and recorded, 
provider! such homestead was selected from the common property or from the separate 
property of the person selecting or joining in the selection of the same. If none has been 
s<?Jf'(tefj, designated, and recorded, or. in case the homestead was selected by the survivor 
<■'«: of the separate property of the decedent, the decedent not having joined therein, the 
court must select, designate, and set apart, and cause to be recorded, a homestead for the 
use of the surviving husband or wife and the minor children; or. if there be no surviving 
bisband or wife, then for the use of the minor children, out of the common property; or if 
thfTP be no common property, then out of the real estate belonging to the decedent. When 
wch property (other than a homestead recorded during the lifetime of decedent) is set apart 
fijr the use of the family, if the decetlent left a widow or surviving husband and no minor 
ehil'i, such property is the property of the widow or surviving husband. If the decedent 
left dso a minor child or children, the one half of such' property belongs to the widow or 
surriviog husband and the remainder to the child, or in equal shares to the children, if there 
be more than one, or to the minor child or children, if there be no surviving spouse. 

If the property set apart be a homestead, selected by the court from the separate property 
of the decedent, the court can only set it apart for a limited period, to be designated in the 
ordT, and the property remains subject to administration, subject to such order. If the 
iwmratead selected by the husband and wife, or either of them, during coverture, and re- 
f-^rded while both were living, was selected from the community property or from the sep- 
arate property of the spouse selecting or joining in selection, it vests on the death of the 
ki«band or wife absolutely in the survivor; if selected from the separate property of either 
tif hosband or wife without his or her consent, it vests upon the death of the person from 
^Wtf^ property it was selected, in his or her heirs or devisees, subject to the power of the 
6ip«Tior court to assign it for a limited period to the family of tlie decedent. 

la Hihcr case, it is not subject to the payment of any debt or liability contracted by or 
eu'Tin^j against the husband or wife, or either of them, preirious to or at the time of the 
d*ath of such husband or wife, other than incumbrances placed thereon by the joint act of 
iiU£b&nd and wife, which incumbrances must be paid out of the general assets of the estate, 
t the funds of the estate be adequate for such purpose. 



62 LAWS OF CALIFORNIA. 

The surviving husband or wife of any deceased person, or if none, then the children, ssd if 
no children, then the parents, and if no parents, then the brothers and sisters of such dece- 
dent (or the guardian of any such relative who is incompetent), may, without procurinK 
letters of administration, collect of any bank any sum which such decedent may have left oq 
deposit with such bank at the time of death, not exceeding one thousand dollars. Any bank 
in which such depoeit shall have been made may pay the same upon receiving an affidavit 
stating that the depositor iadead; and the facts as to survivorship and afl5ant*s required 
relationship as above, and that the whole amount left by the decedent on depoeit in sll baaki 
in thia State does not exceed one thousand dollars. 

Legacies are due and deliverable at the expiration of one year after the testator's decease. 
At any time after four months from granting letters testamentary or of administration, the 
court, if satisfied that the estate is but little indebted, may direct that the legacy or abare 
of the estate to which any heir, devisee, or legatee may be entitled be given to him upon 
the execution by him of a bond conditioned for ^he payment by him of his proportion of the 
debts due from the estate. At any time after the expiration of the time limited for the pre- 
sentation of claims the court, after the payment of the claims presented, and the expenwa 
of administration, may distribute whatever estate remains in the hands of the executor ur 
administrator, among the persons entitled thereto. Legacies bear interest from the tiine 
they are due and payable. Unless a will is proved within four years after testator's death, a 
conveyance by one having the right of succession is valid in favor of a purchaser or incum- 
brancer in Kood faith and for value. Sf>e Dev:ent of Real Property; Inheritance Taxet. 

Evidence* — In general the production and admission of evidence in courts of this State 
are governed by the rules of evidence as declared by the Code of Civil Procedure. All persona 
are competent as witnesses except those of unsound mind, children under ten years of a^ 
who appear incapable of receiving just impressions of the facts respecting which they are 
examined, or of relating them truly, and parties or assignors of parties to an action or pro- 
ceeding, or persons in whose behalf an action is prosecuted against an executor or an admio- 
istrator, upon a demand or claim against the estate of the deceased, as to any matter of fart 
occurring before the death of such deceased person, and persona holding certain oonfideotial 
relations to each other. Except in action by one against the other, or for an injury to 
marital rights, husband and wife cannot in civil actions be examined against eadi other 
without their consent, nor can either during the marriage oc afterwards without such con- 
sent be examined as to any communication made by one to the other during the marriage. 

Certified copies of public writings of this State, including the records of duly acknow- 
ledged conveyances and other instniments a£Fecting real property, under the hand and sea! 
of the official custodian, are admissible as evidence in like cases aind with like effect as th' 
original wriUng. (C. C. P. SS 1893, 1051.) 

A copy of the written law, or other public writing, of any State or country, attested bj 
the certificate of the officer having charge of the original, under the public seal of the State 
or country, is admissible as evidence of such law or writing. (C. C. P. fi 1901.) 

Execution. — Execution may ifsue from any court immediately on the rendition of 
the judgment, or at any time within five years thereafter, and as often within that period 
as amy portion of the judgment remains unsatisfied. Judgments may be enforced after 
the lapse of five years, by leave of court, upon motion or by judgment for that purpose 
founded upon supplemental pleadings. To keep a judgment alive, suit iihould be brouxbt 
upon it, as upon any other debt, within five years. (C. C. P. S 685.) Judgment notes are 
not known. 

The writ issues on demand of the plaintiff, in the name of the people, sealed with the aeal 
of the court, directed to the sheriff, subscribed by the clerk, referring intelligibly to the 
Judgment, and giving directions for its execution. It is returnable in not less tuan ten nor 
more than sixty days after its receipt by the sheriff. (C. C. P. 88 682, 683.) 

Justices' executions are similar to those in other courts except that they are not Maled. 
and are signed by a justice instead of by a clerk. They may also be renewed by the justice 
before the expiration of the time fixed for their return. (C. C. P. 88 902. 903.) See. also. 
Exemption; Ineolvency Lavoe; Redemption; Slay of ExeetUion; Supplementary Proceedings. 

Exemption. — The following property is exempt from execution for any debt, except 
it bo for the purchase price of such property, or a debt secured by mortgage, lien, or pledg* 
thereon, to wit: 1st. Chairs, tables, desks, and books, to the value of two hundred dollars. 
2d. Necessary household, table, and kitchen furniture of the debtor, including one sewing- 
machine, stoves, stove-pipes and stove furniture, wearing apparel, beds, bedding, bedsteads, 
hanging pictures, oil paintings and drawings drawn or painted by any member of the family. 
family portraits and their necessary frames, provisions and fuel actually provided