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The eighteenth annual convention of the Association was called to order by the President, at the city of Everett, in the forenoon of July 12, 1906, as follows:
THE PRESIDENT-The convention will come to order. The first thing on the program is the report of the Secretary.
REPORT OF SECRETARY.
Olymipa, Washington, July 1, 1906.
To the President and Members of the Washington State Bar Association:
THE PRESIDENT-Gentlemen, you have heard the report of the Secretary. Are there any remarks upon it? There being no objection, it will stand approved as read. Next on the program is the report of the Treasurer.
THE SECRETARY-The Treasurer regrets his inability to be here to submit his report himself. He thinks, however, he will
probably be here before the close of the session. His report is as follows:
REPORT OF TREASURER.
Olympia, Washington, July 1, 1906.
To the Washington State Bar Association:
Gentlemen-I have the honor to present this, my annual report as Treasurer of this Association for the fiscal year ending July 1, 1906:
THE PRESIDENT-Gentlemen, you have heard the report of the Treasurer. Are there any remarks? If not, the report of the Treasurer will stand approved as read. Next on the program is the address of the President.
Upon motion of Judge Whitson the Association adjourned until three o'clock to accommodate those who would arrive on delayed trains.
THE PRESIDENT-The convention will then stand adjourned until three o'clock this afternoon at this place. I would like all visiting members to give their names to the Secretary in order that we may issue them cards to our little local club here. At that club tonight the visiting brothers will be accorded a reception at the hands of the local members. We will stand adjourned until three o'clock.