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On motion of S. E. Adams, Esq., the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLVED, That the Executive Committee be authorized to employ at their discretion H. M. Addison, or other suitable person to visit the several wards of the city and townships of the county for the purpose of diffusing information and col. lecting facts pertaining to the objects of the association and increasing the number of memberships.
On motion the meeting then adjourned subject to the call of the executive committee. Geo. C. DODGE,
The officers of the association and executive committee, on receiving the sad intelligence of the death of Hon. S. J. Andrews, one of the vice presidents of the association, convened at the office of Geo. C. Dodge, Esq., on the 13th of February, 1880. Present—Hon. Harvey Rice, president, Hon. John W. Allen, vice president; Geo. C. Dodge, treasurer; Thomas Jones, jr., secretary, and Geo. F. Marshall, Darius Adams and John H. Sargent of the executive committee, and adopted the following resolutions:
RESOLVED, that we offer our most heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of our deceased brother Sherlock J. Andrews; that in his decease we have lost one of our most
worthy members; the legal profession one of its most brilliant lights; and the city of Cleveland one of its most trusted and trustworthy citizens.
RESOLVED, that the members of the association are requested to attend his funeral, and that these proceedings be communicated to his family.
THOMAS JONES, JR.,.