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PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES

OF THE NATIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION.

TRUSTEES MEETING.

First Session of the Ad interim Committee, March

24, 1914, Chicago, Ill.

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Homer C. Brown, Columnbus, Ohio.
M. L. Rhein, New York City, N. Y.
J. P. Buckley, Chicago, Illinois.
Otto U. King, Huntington, Indiana.
H. E. Friesell, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Carl D. Lucas, Indianapolis, Ind.
C. R. Lawrence, Enid, Oklahoma.
Benjamin Sandy, Minneapolis, Minn.
A. P. Burkhart, Auburn, New York.
J. V. Conzett, Dubuque, Iowa.
Weston A. Price, Cleveland, Ohio.
A. J. Bush, Columbus, Ohio.
Edward G. Link, Rochester, N. Y.
William W. Smith, Rochester, N. Y.
Benedict S. Hert, Rochester, N. Y.
Chas. L. Brininstool, Rochester, N. Y.
W. A. White, Phelps, New York.
La Fayette L. Barber, Toledo, Ohio.
W. A. Griffin, Detroit, Mich.

All elective officers and trustees, local committee, section officers, members of clinic committee, members of educational council and chairman of the Scientific Research Commission.

VOTED to recess until 10 A. M. March 25.

JOINT MEETING OF THE AD INTERIM COMMITTEE AND THE VARIOUS OTHER OFFICERS AND COM

MITTEES.

The Ad interim Committee of the National Dental Association and the various elective officers, local committee, section officers, members of the clinic committee, members of educational council and chairman of the Scientific Research Commission met in the International room at the La Salle Hotel at 4:00 P. M. Dr. Homer C. Brown, President, called the meeting to order. The following were present:

DR. BROWN, after calling the meeting to order, explained that the Ad interim committee had called into conference the officers and committeemen present to receive reports and suggestions relative to the 1914 session at Rochester and while this body had no official authority it could recommend and suggest to the Ad interim Committee, for its consideration, any proposition that it deemed advisable, and that the Ad interim Committee would appreciate and take under advisement these recommendations and suggestions.

DR. EDWARD G. LINK gave a verbal report explaining that the local committee thought it better to secure the Expo sition Park Buildings at Rochester for the 1914 meeting. Dr. Link explained that the necessary hotel accommodations had been secured.

DR. CONZETT moved that it is the sense of those present that the local committee be given authority to secure the most available place in Rochester to hold all sessions of the 1914 meetings. This motion was seconded and carried.

DR. A. P. BURKHART moved that it be the sense of those present that the recommendations for an evening session for the Research Commission be granted. Motion was seconded and carried.

DR. CONZETT, Chairman of the Clinic Committee, gave a verbal report of the work being done by his committee and suggested that the program be so outlined as to give Wednesday A. M. and Friday A. M. to clinics.

VOTED that the work of the Clinic Committee be left in the hands of the chairman of that committee.

VOTED that the admission to the National meetings, clinics and exhibitors be left and referred to the Ad interim Committee for a ruling.

There being no further business before this body, the motion to adjourn was carried.

The President presented a tentative program, which he had outlined and which provided for two sections meeting simultaneously.

DR. RHEIN moved that as a suggestion to the Ad interim Committee it be the sense of those present that two section meetings be held at the same time, in different halls. Motion was seconded and carried.

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meeting of the Ad interim Committee setting forth its action on the various bills, etc., and submit this to the absent

members of the committee for their approval.

Meeting adjourned.

Third Session Ad interim Committee, Rochester, N. Y.,

April 18, 1914. The following members of the Ad in- the 1914 National meeting be extended terim Committee met in Rochester, New to July 10th. York, April 18. Drs. Brown, Burkhart

VOTED that Dr. Brown send a special and King.

telegram of greeting from the National The minutes of the March meetings of

to the various state societies upon the the Ad interim Committee were read and

day of their state society meeting. approved.

VOTED that the secretary of the Na*VOTED that the date for the state

tional Dental Association open his office societies to pay their dues in advance of

on Monday, July 6, in the Powers Hotel *(The committee found that some states

at Rochester, N. Y., in order that the would not be able to hold their annual

House of Delegates and other members meeting until after the time limit as may be able to secure their credentials, specified in the constitution and by-laws

buttons, etc., thus avoiding confusion of the National Dental Association for

and misunderstanding that might exist the payment of National dues and,therefore, it would be impossible for such

if the secretary's office was not opened states to pay dues this year and receive up until the morning of the meeting. recognition in the House of Delegates.

There being no further business this To accommodate these states the above motion was placed on record.)

meeting adjourned.

Minutes of Meeting of Board of Trustees of National Dental Association Held at Exposition Park,

Rochester, N. Y., July 7-10, 1914.

SECOND SESSION.

Powers Hotel, July 7, 1914, 5:00 P. M.

Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown at 5:00 P. M.

FIRST SESSION.
Exposition Park, July 7, 2:30 P. M.
Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown.

The following members were present:
Drs. Brown, King, Hinman, Burkhart,
Hartzell, Platt, Buckley, Warner, Grieves,
Melendy and White.

Minutes of Ad interim Committee meeting of March 24, 25 and April 18 were read and approved.

DR. BURKHART suggested that an hour be set to take up the work of the Board of Trustees.

VOTED that upon adjournment the Board meet at the Powers Hotel at 5:00 P. M., July 7th,

VOTED to adjourn to Powers Hotel at 5:00 o'clock.

ROLL CALL: Drs. Brown, King, Hin. man, Burkhart, Hartzell, Platt, Buckley, Warner, Grieves, Mellendy and White were present.

SECRETARY'S report read and discust.

DR. KING recommended that the next secretary be provided with an advance expense account.

THE SECRETARY presented all bills, itemized, which had been allowed by Ad interim Committee, and also unpaid bills as follows:

ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS AS TO EXPENDITURE ORDERS

NOS. 1 TO 48, INCLUSIVE.

Jan. 7–*THE MATHEWS & NORTHRUP WORKS, balance on printing account

$ 25.00 Jan. 28-ADDRESSOGRAPH COMPANY, Graphotype and Addresso

graph machines, filing cabinets, frames, plates and complete
equipment

1208.36 Jan. 29—FIDELITY & DEPOSIT COMPANY, premium on Treasurer's Bond of $5,000

20.00 Mch. 11–*OTTO U. KING, GENERAL SECRETARY, stenographer's services for eight months....

400.00 Mch. 11—*WMS. DONNALLY, Legislative Committee.

150.00 Mch. 11–GEORGE E. COLE & COMPANY, secretary's ledger and cash

book, 5 state membership record boods, 1 treasurer's cash
book and ledger..

44.00 May 1-WHITELOCK PRESS, publishing two issues of the Bulletin, stationery, printing, etc....

1820.96 May 1-WABASH CABINET COMPANY, letter and membership card files 113.22 May 1-R. G. MITCHELL, insurance, premium on Addressograph machinery, files, fixtures, etc.....

12.50 May 1-HERALD & NEWS-EXPRESS COMPANY, printing...

61.60 May 1-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's account-stamps, postage, on Bulletin, etc.....

$ 463.18 Freight

19.44 United States Express.

13.74
Wells Fargo Express.

14.82
Miscellaneous, drayage, telephones, telegraph,
office supplies, etc..

174.91
Labor

636.05
Justin Lovett, office supplies (itemized bills filed with
receipts)

8.00

$1340.14 May 4-C. L. RICKETTS, 10,000 certificates of membership, 10,000 mailing tubes, 12 post binders....

348.30 May 4-NEW FRANKLIN PRINTING COMPANY, printing Constitution and By-Laws..

165.25 May 4-TUCKER-KENWORTHY COMPANY, State and National membership cards

488.60 May 4-HOMER C. BROWN, official expenses.

450.83 May 27-TUCKER-KENWORTHY COMPANY, additional membership cards 6.25 May 27-ADDRESSOGRAPH COMPANY, additional supplies for machines.. 67.71 June 11--*OTTO U. KING, GENERAL SECRETARY, stenographer's services for three months....

150.00 July 74*OTTO U. KING, GENERAL SECRETARY, stenographer's services for one month.....

50.00 July 10—OTTO U. KING, general secretary's office accountmiscellaneous,

express,

electricity, supplies, freight, etc.

$ 144.96 Stamps

387.27 Labor, rent, etc.

438.20 March 9, 1914, stenographer's desk...

25.35 Expense for stenographer, telegram, express, etc., at Rochester

63.92

1059.70 177.31 303.28 1200.00

3.20

1681.75

53.04 24.73 200.00

462.43 50.20 29.25

7.00

30.53

July 10–J. V. CONZETT, chairman clinic committee..
July 10—HOMER C. BROWN, president's office expenses.
July 10-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's salary..
July 10—C. R. LAWRENCE, president of state society officers' Section..
July 10—WHITELOCK PRESS, printing of one issue of Bulletin, 1914

program, etc.
July 10—BURTON LEE THORPE, secretary of F. D. I. committee.
July 10~H. B. McFADDEN, treasurer's expense account.
July 10—H. B. McFADDEN, treasurer's salary.
July 10—The S. S. WHITE DENTAL MFG. COMPANY, printing and

mailing 1913 transactions
July 10-HOMER C. BROWN, cablegrams and telegrams at Rochester.
July 10-JOSEPH C. BLOODGOOD, guest of the association.....
July 10-EDGAR M. CARSON, stenographer, stamps, etc., clinic com-

mittee
July 10–GERALD G. BURNS, postage, express, stenographers, printers,

clinic committee July 10–CENTRAL LAW REPORTING COMPANY, reporters of 1914

meeting
July 10—WILLIAM CRENSHAW, chairman of legislative committee,

typewriting, telegrams, postage, etc.
July 10–VICTOR C. VAUGHAN, express and traveling, guest of association
July 10—CARL D. LUCAS, stamps, telegrams, stenographer, Section II......
July 10—ARTHUR D. BLACK, stamps, express and telephone......
July 10—FIDELITY & DEPOSIT COMPANY, premium on treasurer's

bond of $10,000
Sept. 2-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's salary for two months, and

stenographer Nov. 2-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's and stenographer's salary

for two months Nov. 3-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's expense account, stamps and postage on Bulletin....

$ 228.28 Express, telephone, telegraph and drayage.

28.94 Electricity, labor, rent and supplies..

467.48
Miscellaneous

72.98
Statement of miscellaneous, since record
made up

31.94

250.00

304.10 25.00 13.57 10.00

40.00

320.00

320.00

was

829.62

58.00 160.00

5.00 160.00

Nov. 3—CLINTON G. FISH, designer of Bulletin cover.....
Dec. 1-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's and stenographer's salary.
Dec. 24—R. L. POLK & COMPANY, directory...
Dec. 31–OTTO U. KING, general secretary's and stenographer's salary.
Dec. 31-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's expense account,

express, telephone, telegraph and freight..... $ 20.47
Stamps and postage..

133.48 Labor, rent, electricity and supplies....

253.67 Car fare, hotel expenses, and miscellaneous.

41.61

449.23

Dec. 31—HENRY L. BANZHAF, secretary-treasurer of The Dental

Educational Council of America..

200.00

Total

$15,349.66

*Authorized by Board of Trustees at Kansas City in 1913.

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