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



COMPANY, Graphotype and Addresso-
graph machines, filing cabinets, frames, plates and complete

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

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

Mch. 11-*WMS. DONNALLY, Legislative Committee..

Mch. 11-GEORGE E. COLE & COMPANY, secretary's ledger and cash book, 5 state membership record boods, 1 treasurer's cash book and ledger..

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








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

chinery, files, fixtures, etc.....

May 1-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's account-stamps,




United States Express.

Wells Fargo Express.

Miscellaneous, drayage,

postage, on Bulletin, etc..


$ 463.18




telephones, telegraph,

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


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


4-TUCKER-KENWORTHY COMPANY, State and National mem-
bership cards

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




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




July 7-*OTTO U. KING, GENERAL SECRETARY, stenographer's services for one month......


July 10-OTTO U. KING, general secretary's office account

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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-

July 10-GERALD G. BURNS, postage, express, stenographers, printers,
clinic committee

July 10-CENTRAL LAW REPORTING COMPANY, reporters of 1914 meeting

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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



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....
Express, telephone, telegraph and drayage..
Electricity, labor, rent and supplies.

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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-

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Dec. 31-HENRY L. BANZHAF, secretary-treasurer of The Dental
Educational Council of America.




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

VOTED that when the Secretary's account is approved, that 3% be added to reimburse him for advancing the large sum of money which he advanced.

VOTED that this Board approve the reports of the Ad interim Committee and appoint a committee of two to go over all bills with the Secretary. Drs. Melendy and White were appointed to serve on this auditing committee.

VOTED that upon adjournment this Board meet at Exposition Park at 12 o'clock noon, July 8th.

VOTED that it will meet with the approval of this Board for Dr. Platt to present his pictures, etc., in reference to Panama Pacific Exposition, on Thursday night following the scheduled program. MEETING ADJOURNED to 12:00 o'clock July 8th.


EXPOSITION PARK, July 8, 12:00


Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown at 12:15 noon.

Minutes of two previous meetings read and approved.

VOTED that the Board of Trustees recommend that whatever balance is turned over by the local committee be transferred to the Research Commission Fund.

AUDIT COMMITTEE, thru Dr. Melendy, reported that the Secretary's books were well and systematically kept and that the vouchers were covered by receipted bills, but that there is an immense mass of receipts which will take two or three days to audit. This committee recommended that when convenient to close the books of the Secretary they be audited by an audit company or certified auditor.

VOTED that the Secretary be directed to employ an auditor to audit his books

to August 1, 1914, payment of the auditor to be made by an order drawn on the Treasurer. (Books balanced and audited on January 1, 1915. See report on page 71, Volume 2, No. 1, of The Journal.)

VOTED that the Secretary be authorized to submit his monthly expense account to the Ad interim Committee and when approved the Secretary and President shall draw an order on the Treasurer to cover same.

VOTED that nothing be published in the minutes except the actual business transpiring and the motions past in proper form and that no remarks with reference to the motions be included in the minutes for publication.

VOTED to adjourn to meet at Powers Hotel tomorrow morning, July 9th, at 9:00 o'clock.



Powers Hotel, July 9th, 7:30 P. M. Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown.

ROLL CALL: Drs. Hinman, Brown, Hartzell, Burkhart, Melendy, Buckley, Warner, Platt and King were present.

The following were nominated as members of the Scientific Foundation and Research Commission: Dr. Homer C. Brown, to fill the unexpired term of the late Dr. M. H. Fletcher, and Drs. George E. Hunt, Indianapolis, Ind., Samuel H. McAfee, New Orleans, La., M. Williams, Williams, Rutland, Vt., G. T. Seattle, Wash., and W. T. Farrar, Louisville, Ky., to serve five years.

The Secretary was instructed to read these names to the House of Delegates for their confirmation. (See the Journal, Vol. II, No. 1, page 69).

VOTED that the Educational Council be allowed $200.00 for work accomplished and to cover work for the coming year.

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VOTED that all bills presented and read be allowed.

VOTED that an order of $150.00 be allowed to the official reporters now and the balance of $100 at the time all manuscripts and completed reports are received by the Secretary.

DR. HERBERT L. WHEELER, Chairman of the Journal Committee, submitted his report. (See report in The Journal, Vol. II, No. 1, page 67).

VOTED that the Journal Committee's report be adopted as a whole.

MOVED to adjourn until July 9th at 3. P. M.


Exposition Park, July 9, 3:00 P. M. Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown. All members of the Board were present. VOTED that the salary of the Treasurer for next year be fixed by this Board at $100.00 per annum.

VOTED that the Treasurer be directed to invest the uninvested funds of the National Relief Fund or place same on deposit as Treasurer of the National Association in a Trust Company or Savings Bank to be approved by the President and Secretary-elect.

VOTED that the Secretary be allowed $15.00 a week or $780.00 a year for a stenographer's services, payments to be made monthly.

VOTED that the salary of the Secre

tary be fixed at $1200.00 per annum for last year and the same amount for the ensuing year, payments for the ensuing year to be made monthly.

Nominations for Treasurer.

VOTED that Drs. H. B. McFadden and J. V. Conzett be nominated by this Board as candidates for Treasurer.

VOTED to adjourn to meet at 7 P. M. at Powers Hotel.



Powers Hotel, July 9, 8:15 P. M. Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown. Dr. Brown reported as to his knowledge with regard to employment of attorney by Legislative Committee.

VOTED that no moneys be expended or obligations incurred by the various committees outside of their expenses, such as postage, printing, etc., without the consent of the Board of Trustees and that the Secretary be directed to send a notice of this resolution to the chairman of each committee.

The members of the various Standing Committees and The Journal Committee, were nominated and the General Secretary was instructed to report same to the House of Delegates. (See Volume 2, No. 1, pages 68-69 of The Journal.)

Communication read from Merchants' Association of New York in relation to 1919 International Congress, and it was

VOTED that it be recommended to the House of Delegates that the Seventh International Dental Congress be invited to hold their next convention in New York City.

VOTED that the Treasurer be directed to furnish a bond in the sum of $10,000.00, expense of same to be paid by the National Dental Association.

VOTED to adjourn until 10:45 A. M., tomorrow at Exposition Park.


Exposition Park, July 10, 10:45 A. M. Meeting called to order by Dr. Brown. VOTED that expense of cablegrams and telegrams sent to London, Eng., and Washington, D. C., by President Brown be ordered paid.

VOTED that the Legislative Committee's bill of $304.10 be ordered paid and the order sent to the Chairman of the Committee.

VOTED that Carl D. Lucas, chairman of section 2, expense account of $13.57 be allowed.

VOTED that S. S. White bill for publishing the proceedings, amounting to $462.43, be ordered paid.

VOTED that the proceedings of this convention be published in the Bulletin under the direction of the Ad interim Committee and the Journal Committee.

VOTED that the Ad interim Committee consist of the President-elect and Secretary-elect, Drs. Buckley, Burkhart and Ward.

VOTED that the appointment of the Committee on Oral and Dental Hygiene, as a standing committee be referred to the Ad interim Committee for appointment.

VOTED that the Ad interim Committee be directed to print the Constitution and By-Laws in amended form as adopted at this convention.

VOTED to adjourn.

First Session of the New Ad interim Committee.

Powers Hotel,

Rochester, N. Y., July 10, 2 P. M.

DR. DON M. GALLIE of Chicago, the new President, called the meeting to order and announced that we were ready to transact business.

Members present were Drs. Don. M. Gallie, J. P. Buckley, H. J. Burkhart and Otto U. King.

VOTED that an order be drawn on the treasury for $7.00 for bill filed by Edgar M. Carson, member of the Clinic Committee.

The bill of $30.53 for Dr. Gerald G. Burns, member of the Clinic Committee, was read and upon motion made, seconded and carried this bill was authorized to be paid.

DR. HOMER C. BROWN, Chairman of the Legislative Committee, appeared before the Committee and after due consideration, the following motion was past.

VOTED that the Legislative Committee be instructed to carry out the legis

lation approved by the House of Delegates and that the sum of one hundred dollars ($100) be appropriated to this committee.

VOTED that the Lincoln National Bank of Rochester be the depository for funds of the National Relief Fund.

VOTED that all relief funds of the National Dental Association now or hereafter deposited with the Lincoln National Bank of Rochester, Rochester, New York, be subject to the check of the Association, signed Relief Fund, National Dental Association, by its treasurer.

VOTED that the bond of the treasurer be approved by the President and Secretary.

The following were appointed on the Oral and Dental Hygiene Committee: Drs. W. H. G. Logan, Chicago, Chairman; J. D. Patterson of Kansas City, Mo., Stanley L. Rich of Nashville, Tenn.; H. F. Hoffman, Denver; Col. and W. D. Tracy of New York City.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned.

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