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    Governor and cabinet
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Full Text





REPORT
of the

SECRETARY OF STATE

of the

STATE OF FLORIDA



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1941, and Ending
December 31, 1942


























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GOVERNOR AND CABINET

1941-1945


GOVERNOR
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND


SECRETARY OF STATE
R. A. GRAY


ATTORNEY GENERAL
J. TOM WATSON


COMPTROLLER
J. M. LEE


STATE TREASURER
J. EDWIN .LARSON


SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
COLIN ENGLISH


COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
NATHAN MAYO












SECRETARIES OF STATE


JAMES T. ARCHER-From July 23, 1845, to April 11, 1848.
A. E. MAxwELL--From April 11, 1848, to July 23, 1849.
C. W. DOWNING--From July 23, 1849, to July 1, 1853.
FRED L. VILLEPIGUE-From July 1, 1853, to January 13, 1863.
BENJAMIN F. ALLEN-From January 13, 1863, to August 7,
1868.
GEORGE J. ALDEN-From August 7, 1868, to November 6,
1868.
J. C. GIBBS-From November 6, 1868, to January 17, 1873.
S. B. McLIN-From January 17, 1873, to January 3, 1877.
W. D. BLOXHAM-From January 3, 1877, to October 1, 1880.
F. W. A. RANKIN, JR.-From October 1, 1880, to January 21,
1881.
JNO. L. CRAWFORD-Fr0m January 21, 1881, to January 25,
1902.
H. CLAY CRAWFORD-From January 28, 1902, to September 21,
1929.
W. M. IGou-From September 23, 1929, to April 12, 1930.
R. A. GRAY-Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elected
November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 1930,
for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned for four-
year term beginning January 3, 1933. Re-elected and
commissioned for four-year term from January 5, 1937, to
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. Re-
elected and commissioned for four-year term from January
7, 1941, to first Tuesday after first Monday in January,
1945.












LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

OFFICE OF THE
SECRETARY OF STATE
STATE OF FLORIDA

Tallahassee, Florida
January 1, 1943
Honorable Spessard L. Holland,
Governor of Florida,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Dear Sir:
In compliance with the requirements of law I have the honor
to submit herewith my report of the transactions of this office
for the years 1941 and 1942. In addition to giving detailed
statements of all transactions of the office and a record of
commissions issued, I am also making some suggestions with
reference to needed legislation in the field in which this office
is particularly interested or with reference to laws that this
office administers.
Notwithstanding a season when many small businesses
operated by corporations have been hard hit there has been
no large decrease in the receipts from corporations either in
the charter tax on the initial forming of new corporations,
or in the capital stock tax which is an annual tax on the
exercise of the corporate privilege. The clerical work incident
to both these phases has not been lessened because even in
the case of corporations surrendering their charters or per-
mitting them to be extinguished by the Governor's Procla-
mation following capital stock payment delinquencies there is
still considerable work required by the personnel of this office
in connection therewith.

ELECTIONS
During the past biennium the office had the handling of
the regular primaries and general elections as well as several
special elections called by the Governor to fill vacancies. In
the case of our primary election laws there are amendments
needed to iron out some difficulties arising mainly from a
great variety of registration laws and in the time limit re-
quired for filing expense accounts, etc. In these matters
I shall be glad to suggest directly to the Legislators what,
in my opinion, are needed amendments.









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


The enactment by Congress of the Federal Law known as
Public Law 712 enacted in September of 1942 required this
office to handle considerable extra work in connection with
the absentee voting of Florida citizens in the military or
naval services. Inasmuch as there was no State law providing
for wholesale absentee voting based on the grounds of military
service no attempt was made to include State and County
officials on the ballots furnished those in the military service
prior to the General Election of 1942. The Attorney General
gave an advisory opinion to the effect that the State law
would not permit any other course, but the Act of Congress
was fully complied with insofar as all Federal offices to be
filled in the General Election of 1942 were concerned.
I recommend that the Legislature make provision for those
in the military service to vote for candidates for State and
County offices even though absent from the State. In other
words, I should like to see a State law that will supplement
and complement the Federal Law. This, if done, will of
necessity require a tremendously increased load on this office
for handling the mechanics of such participation by those in
the military service. Such a State Law would, of course,
have to be drawn with the time element kept constantly in
mind so that the absentee voting requirements will dove-tail
in with the time provisions in our present Primary and General
Election Laws.

MEMBERSHIP ON BOARDS
Since my last biennial report the Secretary of State has
been placed on two boards or commissions in addition to
the eleven on which he was already serving. These two were
the State Planning Board and the Florida Economic Ad-
vancement Council. In the case, of the latter, the Secretary
of State is also serving as Secretary, furnishing all of the
secretarial facilities without cost to the Council. I am glad
to be able to give attention to much of the work and many
of the problems on some of our important boards. In fact,
an appreciable amount of my time is devoted to the work of
the boards and commissions on which I serve as an ex-officio
member.

DUTIES AS CUSTODIAN
The Secretary of State is custodian of the Capitol and
grounds. The capitol building has been seriously overcrowded
for some time. The last Legislature wisely provided for the
addition of a south wing but the General Revenue Fund has









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been insufficient to meet this and a number of other appro-
priations payable from it. The need for additional space in
the capitol building grows more and more acute each year.
Then, also, in the older parts of the building major repairs,
especially in such installations as the heating and wiring, may
have to be made soon. I have been able to keep up the main-
tenance of the building within the appropriation made for
that purpose, but this covers bare necessary maintenance and
minor repairs.

CIVIL SERVICE RECOMMENDED
For the past six years I have recommended a modified civil
service law for state employees. In previous reports I have
stated that "the highest efficiency cannot be reached and
maintained if the State employees labor under the constant
fear of losing their positions." This is particularly true in
the clerical work. I still hold the same view and am again
making the same recommendation. In recommending a civil
service law for state employees I do not have in mind one
which would take from the head of the department the neces-
sary authority of freeing the department of inefficient help,
but a reasonable "middle ground" as I have before stated can
be incorporated in a modified civil service law or one that will
give merit examinations and reasonable assurance of tenure to
employees so long as they abide by regulations.

CENTRAL RECORDS DIVISION
I' repeat my recommendations of two years ago and four
years ago in which I then said "It is recommended that the!
Legislature be requested to enact suitable legislation providing
a Central Records Division for this office in which there would
be filed information from the various licensing boards and
professional examining boards and which these boards would
be required to file with this office. Numerous requests are
received for information of this type and it is necessary for
me to take up with these various boards each item as the
request comes in. Other states have the Central Records
Division and find it advantageous for the public."

CAPITAL STOCK TAX
The capital stock tax law has been in operation since 1931
and has produced substantial revenues for the general revenue
fund each year. With the many other Federal taxes and
reports now required of corporations I deem it unwise to
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way the capital stock tax law. The law is so drawn that it
can be enforced at very low expense. It does not require an
army of field representatives or tax collectors. The main
"teeth" in this law is the provision for the automatic dissolution
when three years delinquent. Occasionally some corporate
executives really overlook this unintentionally and find their
corporation dissolved very much to their disadvantage.. The
Legislature of 1939 and in 1941 enacted a law that would be
in effect for a limited time only permitting the revival of these
dissolved corporations upon the payment of the three years
back taxes. I recommend that such ap Act should also be
passed by the 1943 Legislature.

CONCLUSION
This office has enjoyed for some time the reputation of
giving "prompt, efficient and courteous service." This was
the slogan or motto adopted when I became Secretary of
State and I am now recording my gratitude for the large
number of letters and verbal expressions received from over
the State attesting to the prompt and satisfactory service
rendered by the Office of Secretary of State.
I wish also to express my appreciation to your Excellency
for your kindly consideration and co-operation.

Respectfully submitted,
R. A. GRAY,


RAG/MH


Secretary of State.











REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED

1941

Charter Tax ..................................... ....... $ 45,068.54
Corporation Capital Stock Tax................................. 288,000.00
Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund)............. 10,000.00
Fees collected as provided by law................................ 21,899.50
Laws sold ...................... ...... ...................... 1,986.00
Old furniture sold ........................................ 66.00
Reports sold ......................... .. ... ..... .............. 27.00
Commission Tax .............................. .......................... 18,655.00

$385,702.04

1942

Charter Tax ..................... ................. $ 40,959.43
Corporation Capital Stock Tax ........................................... 255,000.00
Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund)................ 10,000.00
Fees collected as provided by law.................................. 17,709.08
Laws sold ............................................. ............ 4,095.85
M miscellaneous ......................................................................... 69.82
Journals ..................................... ....... 210.90
1941 Statutes sold .............................. ... .. ..................... 10,837.00
Commission Tax ................................................. 19,425.00
Filing Fees Candidates under Section 385 C.G.L. 1927...... 14,720.25

$373,027.33










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
Counties comprising each and the population of each County
as shown by the 1940 Federal Census, and total population of


each District.
FIRST DISTRICT
Counties Population
Charlotte ......................... 3,663
DeSoto ................................. 7,792
Glades .................................... 2,745
Lee ................................... 17,488
Hendry .......................... 5,237
Pasco .......................... 13,981
Hardee ............................. 10,158
Highlands ..................... 9,246
Hillsborough .................180,148
Manatee .............................. 26,098
Pinellas .............................. 91,852
Polk ..................................... 86,665
Hernando ........................ 5,641
Sarasota .............................. 16,106

Total .................................476,820


SECOND DISTRICT
SCounties Population
Alachua .............................. 38,607
Baker .................................. 6,510
Bradford .......................... 8,717
Clay ....................................... 6,468
Columbia .......................... 16,859
Dixie .................................. 7,018
Duval ..................................210,143
Gilchrist ........................ 4,250
Hamilton .......................... 9,778
Lafayette ........................... 4,405
Levy ....................................... 12,550
Nassau ................................. 10.826
Buwannee ........................ 17,073
Madison ............................. 16,190
Taylor ................................ 11,565
Union ................................ 7,094

Total .................................388,053










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THIRD DISTRICT
*Counties Population
Bay ....................... 20,686
Calhoun ............................ 8,218
Escambia .......................... 74,667
Franklin ........................... 5,991
Gadsden ......... .................. 31,350
G u lf ....................................... 6 ,9 5 1
Holmes ................................ 15,447
Jackson ...................... .. 34,428
Jefferson ........................... 12,032
Leon ............................. 31,646
Liberty .......................... 3,752
Okaloosa .............................. 12,900
Santa Rosa .................. 16,085
W akulla ............................. 5,463
W alton ................. ..... 14,246
W ashington .................... 12,302

Total ........................ 306,264


FOURTH DISTRICT
Counties Population
B row ard ............................. 39,794
C ollier ............... ............. 5,102
Dade ...................................267,739
Indian River .................. 8,957
Martin ............................ 6,295
Monroe ........................... 14,078
Okeechobee ........... 3,000
Palm Beach ................. 79,989
St. Lucie ......................... 11,871

Total .........................436,825


FIFTH DISTRICT
Counties Population
Brevard .......................... 16,142
C itrus .............................. .. 5,846
F lagler ............................. 3,008
L ake ................................... 27,255
M arion ............................. 31,243
Orange ......................... .... 70,074
O sceola ......................... .... 10,119
Putnam ............................. 18,698
Seminole ........................ 22,304
Sumter ............................. .. 11,041
St. Johns ........................ 20,012
Volusia ................... .. 53,710

Total ................................. 289,452










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA


Population
F first .D district ....................................... ......... .... .................... .. 4 7 6 ,820
S econ d D district ................................................................................. 3 8 8 ,0 53
Third District ............................................... ....................... 306,264
Fourth District ........................................................................ 436,825
Fifth District ............................................ ........................ 289,452









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SENATORIAL DISTRICTS

'Number and County or Counties comprising each, and total
population of each District as shown by 1940 Federal Census:
First District-Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties,
P op .......................................................... ................ 2 8 ,98 5
Second District-Escambia County, Pop..................................... 74,667
Third District-Walton and Holmes Counties, Pop............. 29,693
Fourth District-Jackson County, Pop....................................... 34,428
Fifth District-Liberty, Franklin and Wakulla Counties
P op ....................................................................................... 1 5 ,2 0 6
Sixth District-Gadsden County, pop ............................ ............. 31,450
Seventh District-Polk County, Pop. ........................... .............. 86,665
Eighth District-Leon County, Pop................................................. 31,646
Ninth District-Hernando and Citrus Counties, Pop.... 11,487
Tenth District-Madison County, Pop. ..................................... 16,190
Eleventh District-Pinellas County, Pop. .................................. 91,852
Twelfth District-Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Counties
P op .................... ....... ................................ .. 22,988
Thirteenth District-Dade County, Pop. .................................... 267,739
Fourteenth District-Columbia County, Pop......................... 16,859
Fifteenth District-Bradford and Union Counties, Pop. 15,811
Sixteenth District-Nassau County, Pop..................................... 10,826
Seventeenth District-Suwannee County, Pop. ..................... 17,073
Eighteenth District-Duval County, Pop. .................................... 210,143
Nineteenth District-Orange County, Pop. .............................. 70,074
Twentieth District-Marion County, Pop ................................... 31,243
Twenty-first District-Levy County, Pop .................................. 12,550
Twenty-second District-Jefferson County, Pop.................. 12,032
Twenty-third District-Lake County, Pop. ............................. 27,255
Twenty-fourth District-Monroe, Lee, Collier, and
Hendry Counties, Pop. ................................. 41,905
Twenty-fifth District-Washington, Bay, Calhoun, and
Gulf Counties, Pop.......................................... 48,157
Twenty-sixth District-Putnam County, Pop. ........................ 18,698
Twenty-seventh District-DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands
and Glades Counties, Pop. ........................... 29,941
Twenty-eighth District-yolusia County, Pop. .................. 53,710
Twenty-ninth District-Clay and Baker Counties, Pop.... 12,978
Thirtieth District-Hamilton County, Pop. ............................. 9,778









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Thirty-first District-St. Johns and Flagler Counties,
P o p ................... ... ...................... ............................ 2 3 ,0 2 0
Thirty-second District-Alachua and Gilchrist Coun-
ties, P o p ....................................... ............................. 4 2 ,8 5 7
Thirty-third District-St. Lucie, Osceola, Okeechobee,
Indian River, and Martin Counties,
P o p .................................................................................... 4 0 ,2 4 2
Thirty-fourth District-Hillsborough County, Pop. ...... 180,148
Thirty-fifth District-Palm Beach and Broward Coun-
ties, P op. ...................... .......... ........................ 119,783
Thirty-sixth District-Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte
C counties, P op. ........................ .................... 45,867
Thirty-seventh .District-Seminole and Brevard Coun-
ties, P op ........................................ ...... .................. 38,446
Thirty-eighth District-Pasco and Sumter Counties,
P op. ................................................................................... 25,022










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COUNTIES OF THE STATE

Showing number of Representatives from each and Population of each
County, according to 1940 Federal Census.
Total Population for Florida, 1940 Federal Census, 1,897,414.


COUNTY

Alachua......... .
Baker...............
Bay ..............
Bradford............
Brevard.............
Broward.............
Calhoun.............
Charlotte............
Citrus ........ ........
Clay .. ..........
Collier........ ......
Columbia............
Dade.............
De Soto.............
D ixie...............
Duval ...............
Escambia............
Flagler.......... ..
Franklin ............
Gadsden............
Gilchrist.............
Glades ......... ...
G ulf................
Hamilton ............
H ardee..............
Hendry .............
Hernando...........
Highlands...........
Hillsborough .........
Holmes .............
Indian River.........
Jackson.............
Jefferson .......... .
Lafayette............
Lake ................
Lee .................
Leon................
Levy ... ............
Liberty..............


Number of
COUNTY SEAT Representatives

Gainesville. ............ 2
'M acclenny ............. 1
Panama City........... 2
Starke................. 1
Titusville............... 1
Ft. Lauderdale .......... 2
Blountstown............ 1
Punta Gorda............ 1
Inverness ............... 1
Green Cove Springs...... 1
Everglades.............. 1
Lake City.............. 1
Miami................. 3
Arcadia ................ 1
Cross City.............. 1
Jacksonville ............ 3
Pensacola .............. 2
Bunnell ................ 1
Apalachicola ............ 1
Quincy.................. 2
Trenton................ 1
Moore Haven........... 1
Wewahitchka ........... 1
Jasper.............. .... 1
Wauchula............... 1
La Belle................. 1
Brooksville ............. 1
Sebring................ 1
Tampa .................. 3
Bonifay................ 1
Vero Beach............. 1
Marianna.............. 2
Monticello .............. 1
M ayo .................. 1
Tavares ................ 2
Ft. Myers...... ......... 1
Tallahassee.............. 2
Bronson.......... ...... 1
Bristol ................. 1


POPULATION

38,607
6,510
20,686
8,717
16,142
39,794
8,218
3,663
,5,846
6,468
5,102
16,859
267,739
7,792
7,018
210,143
74,667
3,008
5,991
31,450
4,250
2,745
6,951
9,778
10,158
5,237
5,641
9,246
180,148
15,447
8,957
34,428
12,032
4,405
27,255
17,488
31,646
12,550
3,752











SOF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 19


COUNTIES OF THE STATE-Continued


COUNTY


M adison .............
M anatee............
M arion ..............
M artin..............
M onroe.............
N assau..............
Okaloosa............
Okeechobee .........
Orange..............
Osceola..............
Palm Beach.........
Pasco...............
Pinellas.............
Polk ................
Putnam ......: ......
St. Johns............
St. Lucie ............
Santa Rosa..........
Sarasota ............
Seminole............
Sum ter..............
Suwannee ...........
Taylor..............
Union ...............
Volusia ..............
W akulla.............
W alton.......... ...
Washington .........


COUNTY SEAT


Madison ...............
Bradenton..............
Ocala..... ............
Stuart.................
Key W est............ .
Fernandina.............
Crestview ..............
Okeechobee............
Orlando...............
Kissimmee........... .
West Palm Beach.......
Dade City..............
Clearwater.............
Bartow........... ... .
Palatka ................
St. Augustine ...........
Ft. Pierce ..............
M ilton ............ ....
Sarasota............ ..
Sanford...............
Bushnell ..............
Live Oak............ .
Perry................
Lake Butler............
DeLand...............
Crawfordville ..........
DeFuniak Springs.......
Chipley ................


Number of
Representatives

2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1-
1'
1
I


POPULATION

16,190
26,098
31,243
6,295
14,078
10.826
12,900
3,000
70,074
10,119
79,989
13,981
91,852
86,665
18,698
20,012
11,871
16,085
16,106
22,304
11,041
17,073
11,565
7,094
53,710
5,463
14,246
12,302










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BOARDS



STATE CANVASSING BOARD

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD OF PARDONS

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD OF FINANCE

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.

BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.


BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.


BOARD OF PENSIONS

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.


BUDGET COMMISSION

Spessard L. Holland, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.


UNITED STATES SENATORS

C. 0. Andrews, Orlando, term expired January 3, 1941. Re-
elected November 5, 1940, for six years from January 7, 1941.
Term expires January 3, 1947.

Claude Pepper, Tallahassee. Re-elected November 8, 1938,
for six years, from January 3, 1939. Term expires January 3,
1945.










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REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS
State at Large-Lex Green, Starke; elected November 3,
1942 for two years from January 3, 1943.
First Congressional District-J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland;
term expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942
for two years from January 3, 1943.
Second Congressional District-Emory H. Price, Jackson-
ville; elected November 3, 1942 for two years from January 3,
1943.
Third Congressional District-Bob Sikes, Crestview; term
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two
years from January 3, 1943.
Fourth Congressional District-Pat Cannon, Miami; term
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two
years from January 3, 1943.
Fifth Congressional Distriht-Joe Hendricks, DeLand;
term expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942
for two years from January 3, 1943.

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

Eugene S. Matthews, Starke; term expired January 3, 1943.
Re-elected November 3, 1942 for four years from January 3,
1943.
Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee; term expired January 3, 1943.
Re-elected November 3, 1942 for four years from January 3,
1943.
W. B. (Babe) Douglass, Tallahassee; term expired January
1941. Re-elected November 5, 1940 for four years from Jan-
uary 7, 1941.

ADJUTANT GENERAL

Vivian Collins, St. Augustine; confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned June 11, 1937 until January 1, 1941. Re-com-
missioned March 23, 1940 at the pleasure of the Governor.
(Expiration of terms of appointive offices, boards and com-
missions in accordance with Supreme Court Decision in case of
State Ex Rel vs. Collins, 101 Fla. 371)









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ATLANTIC, GULF AND MISSISSIPPI CANAL
R. G. Patterson, Pensacola; term expired September 1, 1933.
W. F. Coachman, Jr., Jacksonville; term expired September
1, 1933.
W. P. Franklin, Ft. Myers; term expired September 1, 1933.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
DISTRICT
James H. Franklin, Brighton; term expired June 4, 1939
and Mark Tennant, Miami, commissioned March 5, 1940 until
June 4, 1943.
H. L. Lyons, Pompano; commissioned June 8, 1938,
until June 5, 1942. Term expired and Tom H. Bryan, Ft.
Lauderdale, commissioned October 21, 1942 until June 5, 1946.
D. R. McNeil, Okeechobee, commissioned August 25, 1937,
until June 6, 1939. Resigned August 8, 1937 and Thad Carlton,
Ft. Pierce, commissioned October 26, 1939 until June 6, 1943.
Resigned November 25, 1940 and Earl McDaniel commissioned
December 4, 1940 until June 6, 1943.
George Chalker, West Palm Beach, commissioned July 22,
1937 until July 10, 1941. Resigned April 22, 1942.
James E. Beardsley, Clewiston; commissioned June 27, 1938,
until June 10, 1942.

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERSEAS ROAD
AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT
William W. Demerritt, Sr., Key West; commissioned Septem-
ber 2, 1941 until July 8, 1945. Resigned June 10, 1942. Ben-
jamin Trevor, Key West, commissioned September 2, 1941 until
July 8, 1945.
Armando Bobo, Key West; commissioned August 30, 1941
until July 6, 1945. Resigned June 11, 1942. Willard M. Al-
bury, Key West, commissioned August 30, 1941 until July 10,
1945.
Robert Pentland, Jr., Miami; commissioned September 4, 1941
until July 10, 1945. Resigned July 11, 1942, and Maximo
Valdez, Key West, commissioned June 15, 1942 until July 8,
1945. Resigned August 31, 1942.









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William W. Demerritt, Sr., Key West; re-commissioned
Oct. 8, 1942 until July 8, 1945.

CALOOSAHATCHEE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
Earl C. Smawley, Ft. Myers; commissioned January 24,
1934, until July 12, 1935. Resigned September 18, 1936.
George M. Hendry, LaBelle; commissioned July 20, 1932,
until July 17, 1935.
Homer G. Hand, LaBelle; commissioned November 6, 1931,
until August 19, 1933.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT
Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21,
1941, until June 4, 1945 for Sub District One.
Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21,
1941, until June 14, 1945 for Sub District Two.
J. K. Lawrence, Ormond Beach; commissioned July 21, 1941,
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Three. Resigned August
18, 1942.
W. A. Gilliam, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21, 1941,
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four.
B. M. Beach, Holly Hill; commissioned July 21, 1941, until
June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four.

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD
BROWARD
W. M. Stafford, Lake Worth, Chief; commissioned June 14,
1937 pleasure of Governor.
H. M. Forman, Davie; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941,
and commissioned June 18, 1941 for term ending August 23,
1941, and for term ending August 23, 1943.

COLLIER
J. Herman T. McGee, Everglades; commissioned July 21,
1941, until next Senate.
DADE
Walter C. Ohlert, Hialeah; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 12, 1941, until October 4, 1943.
Resigned August 5, 1942.










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HENDRY
E. M. Cornette,O Clewiston; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
next Senate.

GLADES
W. B. Norton, confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941, and
commissioned June 12, 1941, for term ending February 11,
1942, confirmed and commissioned February 2, 1942 for two
years.

HIGHLANDS
N. B. Jackson, Venus; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941,
and commissioned June 20, 1941, for term ending August 9,
1941 and August 9, 1943.

MARTIN
O. D. Hattaway, Indiantown; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 16, 1941, until June 7, 1941.
0. D. Hattaway, Indiantown; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 16, 1941, until June 17, 1943.

MONROE
Thomas S. Caro, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and com-
missioned June 26, 1941, for a term beginning June 6, 1941, and
ending August 23, 1941.

OKEECHOBEE
S. R. Rainsnider, Okeechobee; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 18, 1941, for term ending
August 9, 1941, and for term ending August 9, 1943.

PALM BEACH
James A. Ball, Jr., Bell Glade; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941 and commissioned June 14, 1941, for two years from
August 17, 1941.

ST. LUCIE
I. 0. Bishop, Ft. Pierce; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
next Senate.









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COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION
R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers; commissioned June 5, 1939,
until June 5, 1943.
Edward McCarthy, Jr., Jacksonville; commissioned June 3,
1939, until June 5, 1943; resigned January 15, 1941. Re-com-
missioned September 9, 1941, until next Senate.
M. Luther Mershon, Miami; commissioned September 9, 1941,
until next Senate.

DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT
Thomas W. Long, Tallahassee; commissioned May 23, 1939,
until May 22, 1943. Resigned March 1, 1941 and Edgar W.
Scarborough, Chattahoochee, commissioned March 10, 1941 until
May 22, 1943.

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION
C. O. Palmer, Miami Beach, Executive Chairman; commis-
sioned November 12, 1937, until July 22, 1939. Recommis-
sioned July 23, 1939 for four years.
D. Graham Copeland, Everglades, Member; commissioned
November 20, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 15,
1937. Recommissioned November 13, 1937, until July 22, 1939.
H. R. Powell, Miami, Member; commissioned November 20,
1937, until July 22, 1939.
C. J. McElheny, Tampa, Member; commissioned November
16, 1937, until July 22, 1939.
I. J. Reuter, Miami, Member; commissioned November 24,
1937, until July 22, 1939.
(Note only 5 of the 12 members now serving, others having
resigned and one member died.)

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES
DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Mark R. Tennant, Miami; commissioned March 10, 1940,
until June 4, 1943.
Tom M. Bryant, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned October 21,
1942, until June 5, 1946.
Earl McDaniel, West Palm Beach; commissioned December 4,
1940, until June 6, 1943.









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Paul Hoenshel, Port Mayaca; commissioned October 23, 1942,
until June 10, 1945.
James E. Beardsley, Clewiston; commissioned June 27, 1938,
until June 10, 1942.

FLORIDA AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRIAL RELIEF
COMMISSION
Name changed to Florida State Improvement Commission by
Chapter 20509, Acts of 1941, but no new members appointed.
J. M. Sikes, Ft. White; commissioned November 9, 1938, until
June 7, 1941.
L. B. Ellinor, Sr., Havana; commissioned September 17, 1938,
until June 7, 1941.
S. E. Teague, Tallahassee; commissioned September 4, 1938,
until June 7, 1941.
Sam D. Summers, Lake City; commissioned September 21,
1938, until June 7, 1941.

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION
State at Large
(Grower) Wilbur L. Tilden, Orlando; commissioned June
13, 1941 for one year.
(Shipper) Charles A. Stewart, Lakeland; commissioned June
13, 1941 for one year.
(Shipper) G. R. Brock, Cocoa; commissioned June 13, 1941
for one year.
(Grower) Wilbur L. Tilden, Orlando; commissioned June 9,
1942, until May 31, 1944.
(Shipper) Chas. A. Stewart, Lakeland; commissioned June
12, 1942, until May 31, 1944.
(Shipper) G. R. Brock, Cocoa; commissioned June 11, 1942,
until May 31, 1944.
District One
(Grower) R. M. Clewis, Sr., Tampa; commissioned June 13,
1941 for two years.
District Two
(Shipper) A. S. Herlong, Sr., Leesburg; commissioned June
13, 1941 for one year.









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(Shipper) A. S. Herlong, Leesburg; commissioned June 12,
1942, until May 31, 1944.

District Three
(Grower) E. H. Williams, Crescent City; commissioned June
13, 1941 for two years.

District Four
(Grower) C. Walton Rex, Orlando; commissioned June 13,
1941 for two years.
(Grower) C. Walton Rex, Orlando; commissioned June 9,
1942, until May 31, 1944.
(Grower )M. H. McNutt, Orlando; commissioned August
18, 1942, until May 31, 1944. Resigned August 10, 1942.

District Five
(Grower) John M. Knight, Vero Beach; commissioned June
13, 1941 for two years.

District Six
(Grower) Jeff Flake, Wauchua; commissioned June 13, 1941
for one year.

District Seven
(Grower) Tom B. Swann, Winter Haven; commissioned
June 13, 1941 for two years.
(Shipper) Fred W. Davis, Lake Wales; commissioned June
10, 1941 for two years.

GRAPEFRUIT CANNERS ADVISORY COMMISSION
(CITRUS COMMISSION)
H. W. Nelson, Tampa; commissioned July 17, 1941, until
October 5, 1940.
D. A. Hunt, Lake Wales; commissioned July 14, 1941, until
September 28, 1941.
R. D. Robinson, Orlando; commissioned October 31, 1941,
until September 27, 1943.
Paul Stanton, Frostproof; commissioned November 1, 1941,
until October 3, 1943.









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D. A. Hunt, Lake Wales; commissioned December 1, 1941,
until September 29, 1943.
C. E. Lindsey, Lakeland; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
June 29, 1943.
HOTEL COMMISSIONER
W. M. Taylor, Tallahassee; commissioned January 7, 1937,
until June 9, 1939. Recommissioned December 10, 1940, until
June 9, 1943. Resigned January 9, 1941.
Hunter G. Johnson, Bartow; commissioned January 9, 1941,
until June 9, 1943.

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN COMMISSION
First Congressional District
Wm. Steitz, Lakeland; commissioned February 10, 1941, until
June 15, 1943.
Second Congressional District
P. J. Watson, Jacksonville; commissioned July 13, 1942, until
June 23, 1944.
Third Congressional District
Sidney P. Levy, Pensacola; commissioned March 30, 1942,
until June 15, 1945.

Fourth Congressional District
Warren Quillen, Coral Gables; commissioned July 16, 1942,
until June 16, 1945. Granted military leave November 7, 1942,
and Mrs. Dorothy E. Morris, Miami, commissioned November 23,
1942 as Acting Member Florida Crippled Children's Com-
mission during the active military service of Warren W.
Quillan.
Fifth Congressional District
Dr. C. S. Colley, Mount Dora; commissioned June 19, 1939,
until June 18, 1944.

FLORIDA DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY BOARD
Representing the Public
Robert O. Kay, Jacksonville; commissioned June 12, 1939,
until July 1, 1942. Term expired and J. B. Carmichael, Gaines-
ville, commissioned November 20, 1942, until July 1, 1946.









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Representing. Dry Cleaning Industry
Walter T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned August 19,
1941, until July 1, 1945.
A. J. McDaniel, West Palm Beach; commissioned December
21, 1939, until July 1, 1943.
I. G. Fonte, Tampa; commissioned August 20, 1940, until
July 1, 1944.

Representing the Laundry Industry
T. M1. Woodell, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1937,
until July 1, 1940. Term expired and Sam J. Heiman, Miami,
commissioned August 6, 1941, until July 1, 1944.
W. R. Starling, Miami; commissioned July 2, 1937, until
July 1, 1941. Resigned August 1, 1941, and M. L. Neher, Coral
Gables, commissioned August 7, 1941, until July 1, 1945.
George. C. Pastaur, Ocala; commissioned July 30, 1940, until
July 1, 1943. Resigned April 23, 1942, and Thomas' Selaba,
Jacksonville, commissioned August 6, 1942, until July 1, 1943.

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY
Joe Foley, Foley; commissioned October 11, 1940, until
August 24, 1944. Resigned February 2, 1941.
Basil E.'Kenney, Port St. Joe; commissioned April 1, 1941,
until August 24, 1944.
A. G. McArthur, Callahan; commissioned August 5, 1938,
until September 7, 1941. Recommissioned March 25, 1942,
until September 7, 1945.
W. C. Ray, Ocala; commissioned March 23, 1939, until Oc-
tober 1, 1942. Resigned February 24, 1942, and Alex Collins,
Octla,: commissioned March 9, 1942, until October' 1, 1942.
Term expired and Alex Collins Ocala, recommissioned October
26, 1942, until October 1, 1946.
A. B. Edwards, Sarasota; commissioned October 7, 1940,
until September 7, 1943.
: Mrs; Linwood Jeffereys, Jacksonville; commissioned Novem-
ber 21, 1939, until September 26, 1943.









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FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
Chairman
Harold C. Wall, Starke; commissioned June 19, 1939, until
June 30, 1941; resigned November 8, 1940, and Parks Glover,
Lake City, commissioned November 12, 1940, until June 30,
1941; resigned February 1 1941, and Boyce A. Williams,
Tavares, commissioned February 3, 1941, until June 30, 1941.
Recommissioned July 18, 1941, until first Monday in January,
1945.
lMembers (2)
Leo H. Hill, Jacksonville; commissioned July 17, 1939, until
July 30, 1941. Suspended February 15, 1941, and Arthur W.
Ritzaur, Lake. Worth, commissioned February 25, 1941, pend-
ing suspension of Leo H. Hill. Governor revoked suspension
May 20, 1941. Resigned May 20, 1941.
Arthur W. Ritzaur, Lake Worth; commissioned September
10, 1941, until first Monday in January, 1945.
H. E. Wolfe, St. Augustine; commissioned August 4, 1938,
until July 1, 1941; resigned February 5, 1941, and Joe Foley
commissioned February 7, 1941, until July 1, 1941.
Joe Foley, Foley; commissioned October 8, 1941, until Jan-
uary, 1945.

Director Unemployment Compensation Division
(Under Civil Service)
Fred B. Bradshaw, Tallahassee; commissioned October 29,
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor.

Director Employment Division
(Under Civil Service)
Fons A. Hathaway, Jacksonville; commissioned November
30, 1938, during pleasure of Governor.

Board of Review
Thomas W. Fielding, Gainesville; commissioned August 28,
1939, until January 11, 1941. Term expired and J. Irvin Wal-
den, Sarasota, commissioned June 30, 1941, until January 11,
1945.









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Otis R. Parker Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 13, 1939
for three years. Term expired and James E. Chance, Gaines-
ville, commissioned January 13, 1942, until January, 1946.
J. A. Scarlett, DeLand; commissioned August 8, 1939 until
January 12, 1943.

FLORIDA MILK BOARD
Administrator
Mrs. J. D. Alderman, Jacksonville; commissioned July 5,
1939, for two years from May 31, 1939. Resigned February
10, 1941.
Paul H. Ficht, Clearwater; commissioned February 14,
1941, until May 31, 1941.
Paul H. Ficht, Clearwater; commissioned June 12, 1941, until
May 31, 1945.
Board of Health
Fred Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939.

Department of Agriculture
J. M. Scott, Gainesville; commissioned July 8, 1939, for two
years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned December 6, 1941,
until May 30, 1945.
Producer
Harry Benson, Boynton; commissioned June 28, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned October 29, 1941,
until May 30, 1945.
Distributor
W. E. Wells, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 13, 1940,
until May 30, 1942.
Producer-Distributor
E. A. Gilbert, Tallahassee; commissioned June 28, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939.

Not connected with Milk Industry
Bertha Elliott, Jacksonville; commissioned July 5, 1939,
for one year from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned September
25, 1942, until May 31 1944.










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STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Chas. S. McIntosh Daytona Beach; term expires next Senate.
Luther C. Fisher, Pensacola; commissioned January 21, 1942,
until next Senate.
Wilfrid T. Roberts, Sarasota; commissioned January 22, 1942,
until next Senate.
H. Ryland Cox, Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 22, 1942,
until next Senate. Military leave granted October 26, 1942,
and J. B. Fannin, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned November 17,
1942, as Acting Member State Board of Funeral Directors and
Embalmers during the active military service of H. Ryland
Cox.
H. P. Whidden, Bartow; commissioned January 23, 1942,
until next Senate.
T. M. Lloyd, Pensacola; Joe L. Reed, Tampa; C. E. Cox,
Vero Beach; terms expire next Senate.

FLORIDA CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
State at Large
La Monte Graw, Miami; commissioned December 12, 1941,
for four years.
First Congressional District
Frank D. Jackson, Tamhpa; commissioned February 19, 1942,
for four years.
Second Congressional District
Walter J. Matherly, Gainesville; commissioned December 29,
1941, for four years.
Garnett Andrews, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17,
1942, for four years.

Third Congressional District
W. I. Stinson, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned December
10, 1941, for four years.
Jack W. Simmons, Tallahassee; commissioned December 13,
1941, for four years.
Fourth Congressional District
J. B. Sullivan, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2,
1942, for four years.










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Fifth Congressional District'
Walter L. Hays, Orlando; eoimiikiisiront'i1 De,.l,-imber 15, 1941,
for.: four years.
Roy V. Ott, Ocala; commissioned December::16, .1941,. for
,foud years. Resigned October. 12, 1942 ..

INSPECTOR OF .AIRCRAFT
SHugh L. Mayes, Tallahassee; term n.ot fixed by -law. See
Chapter 11339, Laws of Florida, Extraordinary Session, -1925.-

".INSPECTORS, BUREAU OF INSPECTIONS, DEPARTMENrT -:
OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE -
J. L. Carroll, Marianna; commissioned September 2, 1937,
at.pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
H. R. Ferran, Eustis ; commissioned September 3, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned October. 14, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
M. F. McKay, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor.: Recommissioned September 9, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor. '
Wm. McCarrell, Jacksonville; commissioned September 3,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 11,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Rupert W. Smith, Arcadia; commissioned September 3, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned October 7, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Antonio Dibona, Tampa; commissioned September 3, '1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 12, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
P. M. Nasworthy, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 11,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
J. B. Taylor, Jacksonville ; commissioned September 4, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
0. K. Sheffield, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 7, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9,- 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.










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J; iW: Davis, Ocala-; commissioned .September 7, 1937,'at
pleasure of. Governor:- Recommissioned September. 12, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.. : :
C. PA; Peters,; IMiami; commissioned September 7, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 15, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor. -
.J. B.. Heirs, Miami ;- commissioned September 7, 1937, at:
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 15, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor. :- -::
R. F. Milliken, Middleburg; commissioned: September 7,
1.937,: at pleasure of- Governor. Recommissioned September 9,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
'Roy- R.-.Roper,-.Winter. Garden; -commissioned September 13,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9,
1941;. at pleasure -of Govern0r, --- --
Roy Hutchinson, Tallahassee; commissioned October 5, 1937,1
at .pleasure -f Governor. : Recoiimissioned December 12, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
SNat::- iayo, Oeala; co6ihissi6fied November 23, ;1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Recommissionied September 10, 1941,
at'plasure of Go~ierior. : '
W. E. Buhrman, Sanford; commissioned May 5, 1938, at:
pleasure of Governor.
B...W. Brinson, Madison; .commissioned October 25, 1938,'-at
pleasure of Governor.
.L. .S -Warren, Pompano.; commissioned August 15,,1939, :at
pleasure of Governor. -.
;Henry M. Baker,.. West Palm .Beach; commissioned August
15, 1939, at pleasure of Governor.
A.: G C6lcord, ; t.:- Myersg commissioned d August 15, 1939,
at pleasure of Governor. .
Orion W.: Davis,- Gaifiesvill e; commissioned June 8, 1940,
at pleasure of Governor.
VThoimas B. Newinahi, W\iinter Garden; commissioned June 7,
1940, at pleasure of Governor.
Al G. -Smith,.Wauchula.; commissioned October 28, 1940, for
one:year from :November 1,-. 1940. Recommissioned February
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E. C. Bennett, Ocklawaha; commissioned January 28, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned January 28, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Geo. W. Wilson, Jacksonville; commissioned January 29,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
W. C. Gibson, Miami; commissioned January 29, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned January 29, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
W. W. Strum, Marianna; commissioned February 5, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Ray L. Hendricks, Orlando; commissioned February 6, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
J. Q. Lloyd, Tarpon Springs; commissioned September 20,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
E. B. Green, Ocala; commissioned October 1, 1941, at pleas-
ure of Governor.
John Evans, Lake Worth; commissioned November 25, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
J. W. Friesner, Lake Alfred; commissioned December 1,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Dan Moyer, Pensacola; commissioned December 6, 1941, at,
pleasure of Governor.
Walter Freeze, Clearwater; commissioned December 29, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Ross Copeland, Tampa; commissioned January 30, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Geo. W. Mann, Bartow; commissioned January 30, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
P. L. Rollo, Pensacola; commissioned February 1, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Percy Moody, Palatka; commissioned February 3, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
John S. Weathers, Ocala; commissioned March 10, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
W. E. Whitlock, Jr., Tarpon Springs; commissioned May 5,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES
J. E. Inman, Jacksonville; commissioned February 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of Governor. Deceased and, A. J. Murphy,










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Kissimmee, commissioned December 30, 1940, during the pleas-
ure of the Governor.

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE
E. M. Parker, Panama City; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
Fred E. Thompson, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
H. C. Neff, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor. Deceased.
C. F. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
A. J. Murphy, Lake Wales; term expires at pleasure of
Governor; resigned.
E. A. Eggert, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of Governor.
W. C. Hamilton, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
C. R. Shouse, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
George P. Megram, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure
of Governor.
W. C. Powell, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.

JUDAH P. BENJAMIN MEMORIAL COMMISSION
Chas. H. Patten, Ellenton; commissioned November 18, 1937,
until August 10, 1941. Recommissioned January 10, 1942,
until August 10, 1945.
Mrs. Eva Gates, Manatee; commissioned November 12, 1937,
until August 17, 1941. Recommissioned January 2, 1942, until
August 17, 1945.
Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton; commissioned November 16,
1937, until August 10, 1941. Recommissioned January 2,
1942, until August 10, 1945.

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY
Russell S. Bogue, Tampa; commissioned October 31, 1941,
until August 17, 1945.
W. F. Milton, Miami; commissioned September 26, 1941,
until August 19, 1945.










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Leonard Ale-s,. Miami; c(.ijniis,;i. odl. October 7, 1939,-until!
August 26, 1943. -
Joseph Hartman, Jacksonville; commissioned August 15, 1942.
until January 9, 1945.
D,. A. Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned September 26, 1940,
until August 21, 1944.
STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE
Jas. Gamble Rogers, II, Winter Park;. commissioned No-
vember 27, 1935, until July I 1 937. Recommissioned Septem-
ber 15, 1941, until July 1, 1945.
Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville; commissioned September
14, 1931, until, August 10,,1935. Recommissioned September 19,
1941, until August 10, 1943.
John L. Skinner, Miami Beach; commissioned March 6,.1939,
until August 14, 1939. Recommissioned September 17, 1941,
until August 14, 1943.
. Philip F. Kennard,. Tallahassee;. commissioned January 4,
1936, until July 1, 1939. Resigned December 4, 1940, and
Archie G. Parrish, St. Petersburg, commissioned. September ,15,
1941, until July 1, 1943.
. Harry M. Griffin, Daytona Beach; commissioned November
14, 1934, until JullV 1, 1937. Term expired and Rudolph
Weaver, Gainesville, commissioned Oct. 7, 1941, until July 1.
1945.: : -
MEMBERS BARBER SANITARY COMMISSION
Clyde Hammons, Lake City;: commissioned June 19, 1939
for four years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and R. L. Robinson,
Ft. White," commissioned August 2, 1941, until'June 18, 1943.
George W; Ryals,Ocala; commissioned June 10, 1939, for four
years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and J. Oscar Robbins, Lake-
land, conimissioned August 2, 1941, until June 18, 1943.
Ralph Spence, DeFiniak Springs; commissioned June 24,
1939, for four years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and i. R. Meloy,
Tallahassee, commissioned Aiw'i,.t 1, 1941, until June 23, 1943.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS
First District
EVa A': Lowther, West Palm Beach; confirmed by the Senate
and commissioned June 14, 1939, for three years.. Term ex-
pired and recommissioned July 13, 1942, until next Senate.










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SSecond District
Lee Ora Brown, Wauchula; confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned June 12, 1939, for three years. Resigned Jan-
uary 16, 1942, and Mary Singleton, Ft. Meade, commissioned
February 7, 1942 until next Senate.

Third District
Mrs. Kathleen Gillette, High Springs; confirmed by the
Senate and commissioned June 7, 1939, for three years. Re-
signed January 15, 1941, and Mrs. D. L. Dubey, Jacksonville,
commissioned February 22, 1941, until next Senate. Confirmed
by Senate April 15, 1941, and recommissioned July 1, 1942,
until next Senate.

MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS
Otto J. L. Tonnisen, Jacksonville; commissioned December 1,
1942, until January 5, 1946.
Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach; commissioned March
18, 1936, until January 8, 1939. Recommissioned November
6, 1941, until January 1, 1944.
Harry H. Young, Miami; commissioned March 6, 1936, until
January 15, 1939.. Recommissioned August 18, 1939, until
January 15, 1942. Term expired and W. A. Davis, Tallahassee,
commissioned March 30, 1942, until January 15, 1945.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS
Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville; commissioned April 10, 1940,
until July 12, 1942. Recommissioned July 16, 1942, until
July 12, 1945.
A. M. Morgan, Avon Park; commissioned November 13,
1937, until July 10, 1940.
D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee; commissioned October 29, 1941,
until July 10, 1944.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL
West Florida
Charles P. Helfenstein, Lake City; commissioned November
18, 1937, until June 27, 1941. Resigned October 27, 1940,
and T. T. Scott, Quincy, commissioned October 7, 1940, until










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June 27, 1941. Recommissioned June 19, 1942, until June 27,
1945.
East Florida
H. P. Adair, Jacksonville; commissioned November 19, 1937,
until September 27, 1941. Recommissioned June 19, 1942,
until June 27, 1945.
South Florida
R. P. Terry, Miami; commissioned August 11, 1936, until
June 27, 1939. Term expired and R. H. Gore, Ft. Lauderdale,
commissioned October 19, 1939, until June 27, 1943.

Middle Florida
W. M. Palmer, Ocala; commissioned November 22, 1937,
until June 27, 1941. Term expired and Thomas W. Bryant
commissioned April 13, 1942, until June 27, 1945.

Middle South Florida
N. B. Jordan, Quincy; commissioned October 27, 1939, until
June 27, 1943.

MEMBERS DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION
O. B. Koonce, Eustis; commissioned September 8, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
George Lee Singletary, Leesburg; commissioned September
8, 1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. A. M. Roland, Bushnell; commissioned September 13,
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS
W. G. McLeod, Pensacola; commissioned April 10, 1940,
until February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 31, 1942, until
February 1, 1946.
Fred M. York, St. Petersburg; commissioned April 5, 1940,
until February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 30, 1942, until
February 1, 1946.
H. B. Pattishall, Jacksonville; commissioned April 4, 1940,
until February 1, 1944.
Alto B. Whitman, Orlando; commissioned April 2, 1940,
until February 1, 1944.









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L. D. Pankey, Coral Gables; commissioned February 5, 1940,
until February 1, 1944.

MEMBERS STATE DEFENSE COUNCIL
W. C. Sherman, Panama City; term expires at pleasure of
Governor not exceeding four years.
Lisle Smith, Haines City; term expires at pleasure of Gov.
ernor not exceeding four years.
McGregor Smith, Miami; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor not exceeding four years.
A. H. Blanding, St. Augustine; term expires at pleasure
of Governor not exceeding four years.
Geo. L. Burr, Jr., St. Augustine; term expires at pleasure
of Governor not exceeding four years.
H. B. Pace, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of Governor
not exceeding four years.
Carl Brorein, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor
not exceeding four years.
Cody Fowler, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor
not exceeding four years.
Thomas C. Imeson, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor not exceeding four years.
Frank L. Holland, Bartow; term expires at pleasure of
Governor not exceeding four years.
L. H. Kramer, Lake Wales; term expires at pleasure of
Governor not exceeding four years.
Ed. J. Keefe, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor
not exceeding four years.
G. S. Osincup, Orlando; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor not exceeding four years.
John Kilgore, Tallahassee; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor not exceeding four years.
Mrs. Anne Carson Dunaway, Miami; term expires at pleas-
ure of Governor not exceeding four years.
Sam Teague, Tallahassee; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor not exceeding four years.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS
Blake R. Van Leer, Gainesville; commissioned July 17, 1936,
until July, 1940. Resigned January 27, 1938, and W. W.









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Fineran,, Gainesville; commissioned January 29, 1938, until
July 1, 1940. Term expired and J. Wiley Keek, Miami; com-
missioned December 9, 1940, until July 1, 1944.
E. S. Fraser, Tallahassee; commissioned January 29, 1938,
until July 1, 1941. Recommissioned July 22, 1941, until July
1, 1945. Resigned August 18, 1942, and Robt. M. Angas, Jack-
sonyille, commissioned September 30, 1942, until July 1, 1945.
Edmund Friedman, Miami; commissioned February 13;
1936, until July 1, .1939. Term expired and E;. W. Watkins,
Palatka, commissioned May 25, 1940, until July 1, 1943.
Chester F. Wright, Lake Worth.; commissioned July 8, 1936,
until July 1, 1940. Term expired and recommissioned Decem-
ber 10, 1940, until July 1, 1944. Resigned March .18, 1942
and Alexander Blair, Lake Placid, commissioned April 1, 1942,
until July 1, 19444:
Joseph Weil, Gainesville; commissioned October 23, 1935,
until July 1, 1939. Term expired and recommissioned August
11, 1940, until July 1, 1943.

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION
All members recommissioned in January, 1943, until next
Senate, under Section 30, Article'4 of .the Constitution.

First District
,Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven; commissioned July 1, 1935,
for four years. Term expired and
-L. G. Bruce, Bartow; commissioned November 8, 1939, until
July 1, 1943.

Second District
Thompson S. Baker, Jacksonville; commissioned August 4,
1937, until July 1, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned
March 3, 1942, until July 1, 1945. Resigned July 22, 1941,
and Lester Varn, commissioned October 1, 1942, until July 1,
1945.

Third District
Lamar Gammon, Marianna; commissioned July 27, 1937,
until July 1, 1941. Term expired and Louis Morris, Monti-
cello, commissioned July 24, 1941, until July. 1, 1945.









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Fourth District
Inman Weeks, Pahokee; commissioned June 20, 1939, until
June 30, 1942. Resigned July 22, 1941, and J. W. Corbett,
Ft. Pierce, commissioned July 24, 1941, until June 30, 1942.
Recommissioned June 24, 1942, until June 30, 1946.

Fifth District
John S. Clardy, Ocala; commissioned February 12, 1938,
pending the suspension of Harry L. McDonald. Senate con-
sented to this suspension, and
John S. Clardy, Ocala; recommissioned September 27, 1940,
until July 1, 1944.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
(Subject to confirmation by the Senate)
A. W. Morrison, Miami; confirmed by the Senate June 3,
1937, and commissioned June 9, 1937, until June 7, 1941.
Term expired and William Parr, Tampa, commissioned June
27, 1941, until next Senate.
Shaler Richardson, Jacksonville; confirmed by 'the Senate
June 3, 1937, and commissioned June 23, 1937, until June 7,
1941. Term expired and Robert McIver, Jacksonville, com-
missioned March 28, 1942, until next Senate.
N. A. Baltzell, Marianna; confirmed by the Senate June 3,
1937, and commissioned June 25, 1937, until June 7, 1941.
Deceased, and
Herbert L. Bryans, Pensacola; commissioned December 13,
1940, until next Senate. Term expired. Recommissioned
March 27, 1942, until next Senate.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS
State at Large
D. Niel Ferguson, Ocala; commissioned November. 8, 1940,
until June 30, 1943.
First Congressional District
W. S. Fielding, St. Petersburg'; commissioned October 6,
1941, until October 1, 1944. T .i-ni1 N,,v.ii,,er 10, 1942.
' J. M. Allison, Tanipa; commissioned October' 10, 1941, 'until
October 10, 1943. .:.; ,









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Second Congressional District
W. Turner Davis, Madison; commissioned August 15, 1942,
until August 7, 1945.
H. P. Osborne, Jacksonville; commissioned February 18,
1942, until August 10, 1944.

Third Congressional District
James Messer, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned January 7,
1942, until October 5, 1944.
William Fisher, Pensacola; commissioned August 21, 1942,
until August 15, 1946.
Fourth Congressional District
N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942,
until October 31, 1942. Resigned April 21, 1942.
Alfred Green, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 27,
1942, until August 10, 1945 (in Fourth District under old
law of apportionment.)
Ralph H. Ferrell, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942, until
October 31, 1943.

MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD
D. H. Redfearn, Miami; commissioned December 20, 1939,
until March 17, 1941.
Mrs. Sue A. Mahorner, Jacksonville; commissioned October
27, 1939, until March 28, 1942. Resigned September 19, 1941,
and Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park, commissioned October
7, 1941, until March 28, 1942. Recommissioned July 16, 1942,
until March 29, 1946.
Harold Colee, Jacksonville; commissioned November 17, 1941,
until September 5, 1945.

MEMBERS STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD
John M. Keen, Lakeland; commissioned September 5, 1934,
until July 31, 1938. Recommissioned October 20, 1938, until
July 31, 1942. Resigned April 4, 1941, and LeRoy Bass,
Kissimmee, commissioned April 10, 1941, until July 31, 1942.
Recommissioned October 7, 1942, until July 31, 1946.
Claude Page, Bartow; commissioned October 2, 1934, until
July 31, 1938. Resigned June 18, 1935.









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P. E. Williams, Davenport; commissioned July 8, 1935,
until July 31, 1938. Recommissioned December 12, 1938, until
July 31, 1942. Resigned April 4, 1941, and Dave Turner,
Bradley Junction, commissioned April 8, 1941, until July 31,
1942. Recommissioned August 27, 1942, until July 31, 1946.
C. F. Raulerson, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 21,
1936, until July 31, 1939. Recommissioned January 7, 1942,
until July 31, 1943.
James H. Bright, Hialeah; commissioned July 31, 1935, until
July 30, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned April 11,
1940, until July 31, 1943.
C. E. Perry, Gainesville, commissioned December 12, 1940,
until July 31, 1944.
J. P. Hatch, Live Oak; commissioned August 9, 1937, until
July 31, 1941. Resigned April 7, 1941, and J. W. Woodward,
Quincy, commissioned September 10, 1942, until July 31, 1945.
J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa; commissioned October 15, 1938, until
July 31, 1941; recommissioned October 6, 1941, until July 7,
1945.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
Thos. W. Hutson, Miami; commissioned September 11, 1936,
until July 4, 1940. Recommissioned September 6, 1940, until
July 4, 1944.
C. E. Tumlin, Miami; commissioned November 7, 1934, until
July 13, 1938. Recommissioned July 14, 1938, until July 13,
1942. Deceased, and
George S. McClellan, Pompano; commissioned November 13,
1939, until July 13, 1942. Recommissioned July 11, 1942,
until July 14, 1946.
James E. Crump, Winter Haven; commissioned August 14,
1936, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned
December 17, 1940, until July 5, 1943.
I. W. Chandler, Avon Park; commissioned November 6,
1939, until July 5, 1943.
Carl A. Williams, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 8,
1935, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned
December 9, 1940, until July 5, 1943.









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"W. M. Rowlett, Tampa; commissioned .July 5, 1936, intil
';J.uly,:5, 1940. Term expired;. Recommissioned July .20, 1940,
until July 5, 1944..
SHarold D. VanSchaick, Jacksonville; commissioned Septem-
ber 10, 1936, until July 4, 1940. Term .expired.. .:Recommis-
sioned October 2, 1940, until July 5, 1944.
S: CJ. C. Davis, Quincy.;. commissioned December 9, 1937, until
July 5, 1941; recommissioned October 19, 1941,: until July .5,
1945, ..
S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton;. commissioned Febiuary 7,
1938, until July 21, 1941; recommissioned September 5,.1941
until July 7, 1945.
B. A. Chapman, Jacksonville; commissioned November 12,
1937, until July 5, 1941.

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS
T. W. Evans, Miami; commissioned June 6, 193.8, until July
16, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned April 27; 1942, until
July. 16, 1945.
Yale S. Lunin, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 19, 1938,
until July 15, 1942. Resigned May 29, 1942, and E. B. Samp-
son, Tarpon Springs, commissioned June 1, 1942, until July
15, 1942. Term expired. Recommissioned July 27, 1942, until
July 15, 1946. .
Walter T. Perry, Jacksonville; commissioned November 6,
1935, until .July 15, 1939. :Term expired,: and
Rex Smith, .Jacklonville; comunissioned. August 1,:1939, until
July 15, 1943.

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF NURSES
Clifford II. Ewing, Jacksonville; commissioned Decenbler 14,
1938, until August 21, 1941. Resigned July 22, 1941,. and
Cora R. Hodges, St. Augtitiie, commissioned Novemnber 12,
-1941, until August 21, 1945. Resigned September 15, 1942,
and Kathryn Gutwald, Stuart, commissioned September 28,
1942; untill August 21,::1945.:
Florence C. Blakley, Miami; commissioned October 1, 1940,
untill August 30,'1944. .
..Louise B. 'Benham, Hawthorne;. commissioned Octobeir 21,
1935, until September: :5,; 1939;. .Term.; expired. Recommis-









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sioned -December 12, 1939, until .September 5, 1943. Resigned
June 15,1 942, and Florence Moore, Winter Park, commissioned
June 20, 1942,:until September 5, 1943.
Jean Waldron, Miami; commissioned January 13, 1939, until
September. 9, 1941. :Term expired and Lucy Knox McGee,
Jacksonville, commissioned November 12, 1941, until Septem-
ber 9, 1945. .. .. :,
Juanita Robson, Pensacola; commissioned December 19, 1938,
until August 30, 1941. Term expired and Elsie M. Moog, Chat-
tahoochee, commissioned November 10, 1941, until August 30,
1945.

OCEAN .SHORE. IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
R. S.- Tolan, Flagler Beach; commissioned August 13, 1936,
until June 9, 1940. Term expired, and
George Moody, -Flagler Beach; commissioned August 20,
1940, until June 9, 1944.
F. L. Byrd, Bunnell; commissioned August 8, 1940, until
June 9, 1944.
E. L. Padgett, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 12,
1940, until June 19, 1944.
J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 21,
1936, until June 8, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned
August 12, 1940, until June 8, 1944.
F. N. Conrad, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 12,
1940, until June 19, 1944.

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE
FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
Carl Hanton, Ft. Myers; commissioned October 1, 1935, until
July 16, 1937.
G. Carl Adams, Miami Springs; commissioned September 8,
1931, until September 7, 1933.
F. Deane Duff, Clewiston; commissioned November 19, 1934,
until July 13, 1938.
Russell G. Snow, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 22,
1931, until July 21, 1934.
Jacob M. Boyd, West Palm Beach; commissioned Decem-
ber 30, 1932, until July 23, 1935. Resigned August 12, 1942.









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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY
L. H. Keene, Miami; commissioned July 25, 1938, until May
29, 1942. Resigned May 4, 1939, and J. H. Keene, Miami, com-
missioned May 9, 1939, until May 29, 1942. Term expired,
and A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach, commissioned June
13, 1942, until May 29, 1946.
Dan P. Galvin, Tampa; commissioned June 4, 1936, until
June 12, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned October 7,
1939, until June 12, 1943.
K. J. Weihe, Ocala; commissioned July 7, 1936, until July
2, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August 9, 1940, until
July 2, 1944.
A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach; commissioned July 26,
1938, until May 29, 1941. Term expired and W. F. Humphreys,
Tampa, commissioned June 23, 1941,.until July 2, 1944.
A. S. Kitchen, Clearwater; commissioned March 1, 1938,
until May 29, 1941. Term expired and J. M. Morqus, Arcadia,
commissioned August 4, 1941, until May 29, 1945.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL
EXAMINERS
George W. Frison, IDe Land; commissioned March 22, 1940,
until July 29, 1942. Term expired and Richard S. Berry,
St. Petersburg, commissioned August 21, 1942, until July 29,
1945. Resigned October 8, 1942.
E. W. Flynn, Tallahassee; commissioned January 4, 1937.
until July 29, 1939. Recommissioned September 24, 1940, until
July 29, 1942. Recommissioned August 22, 1942, until July
29, 1945.
Charles C. Tindall, Kissimmee; commissioned October 11,
1940, until August 11, 1943.
Norval E. Brown, Tampa; commissioned July 26, 1938, until
August 16, 1941. Term expired and H. B. Merner, Jackson-
ville, commissioned October 9, 1941, until October 16, 1944.
James J. McCormick, Miami; commissioned April 4, 1940,
until August 20, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August
29, 1940, until August 20, 1943.
David R. Shull, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned May 10, 1939,
until August 25, 1941. Term expired and R. L. Johnson,
Sebring, commissioned October 9, 1941, until August 25, 1944.









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STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
R. Q. Richards, Ft. Myers; commissioner July 22, 1938, until
July 20, 1942.
John K. Clemmer, Miami; commissioned September 5, 1936,
until July 30, 1940. Term expired, and
Geo. I. Martin, Tallahassee; commissioned July 31, 1940.
until July 30, 1944.
J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville; commissioned August 17, 1936,
until July 7, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned July 25,
1940, until July 7, 1944.
C. G. Hamilton, Pompano; commissioned July 25, 1941, until
July 7, 1945.
Roy Hunter, Live Oak; commissioned November 17, 1937,
until July 18, 1941. Term expired.
Donald S. Evans, Orlando; commissioned July 22, 1941,
until July 18, 1945. Granted military leave October 30, 1942,
and Emmett Brown, Palatka, commissioned Acting Member
November 7, 1942 during the term of active military service
-of Donald S. Evans.


MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD
Thos. W. Long, Tallahassee; commissioned March 22, 1937.
until January, 1941. Term expired.
Arthur B. Hale, Tallahassee; commissioned March 18, 1937,
until January, 1941. Thos. A. Johnson, Pensacola, commission-
ed MVarch 26, 1941, until January, 1945.
O. K. Holmes, Lake City; commissioned December 7, 1937,
until July 30, 1938. Resigned August 11, 1939, and
A. J. Rountree, Lake City; commissioned September 19,
1939, until July 30, 1941.
A. C. Clewis, Tampa; commissioned December 9, 1937, until
July 30, 1941. R. P. Terry, Miami; commissioned December 10,
1941, until July 30, 1945.
Alex B. Steuart, Tallahassee; commissioned January 26, 1938,
until January, 1941. C. B. Treadway, Orlando, commissioned
March 27, 1941, until January, 1945.









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MEMBERS STATE RACING: COMMISSION
SFirst Congressional District
Frank Rogers, Jacksonville; confirmed by the Senate and
coninissioned June 6, 1939, for a term of two years, from June
29, 1939. Resigned January 15,: 1939.
C: C; (Milo) Vega, Jr., Tampa; commissioned January 24,
1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and com-
missioned April .25, 1941, until June.29, 1941. Recommissioned
A-pril 15, 1941 for two.years from June-29, 1941. Confirmed.
Henry S. Baynard, St. Petersburg; commissioned. July 15,
1942, until next Senate. Resigned June 26, 1942.

Second Congressional District
Parks Glover, Lake City; confirmed' by the Senate and com-
missioned June 7, 1939, for a term of two years from June
,29, 1939. Resigned November 8, 1940, .and '
S..F. M. Cone, Gainesville;' commissioned November 12, 1940,
'until next Senate. Resigned January 15,:1941, and .
- Louis J. Day, .Live Oak; commissioned January 24, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and
recommissioned April 25, 1941, for a term of two years from
June 29, 1941.

'.' : Third Conge,',ionil Didr'it '
E. A. Williams, Bonifay; co:.fiiiHed by the Senate and com-
missioned June 6, 1939, for. a term of two years from June 29,
1939. Resigned January 15, 1941, and
William Paul Shelley, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned Jan-
uary 14,. 1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate
April 15, 1941, and recommissioned April 25, 1941, until June
29, 1941. Reconfirmed and recommissioned May 2, 1941, until
May 1, 1943. 'Resigned January 15, 1942.

F I't,,,'li Congressional District
SJoe L. Sharit, Port St. Joe; commissioned. January 21, 1942,
until next Senate.
Jos: R. Stein, Miami; confirmed by the Senate and commis-
siioned: June 7, 1939, f6o a term of two years from June 29,
1939. Resigned January 15, 1941, anld :









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Alex Balfe, Miami-; commissioned- Jaiiuar 24, 1941, until
Next Senate, 'Reconfirmed .and recommissioned -May' 26, 1941,
.until June 29, 1941.. Reconfirmed. and recommissioned May
.26, 1941 for term beginning June 29, 1941 .and endirig June
::29, 1943.

Fifth Congressional District..
S. J. Hilburn, Palatka-; confirmed by. the Senate and com-
missioned June 9,.1939, for a term of two years from June 29,
1939. Reconfirmed "April 15, 1941, arid recommissioned May
2, 1941 for two years from June 29, 1941.

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
R. M. Marler, Lakeland; commissioned June 2, 1938, tntil
July 27, 1941.
Jay L. Hearing, Tampa; commissioned August 20, 1941, until
July 27, 1944. ,.:::-
D. Earl Wilson, Miami; commissioned April. 7, 1937, until
July 27, 1939. .-Term expired, and
:James R. Stockton, Jacksonville; commissioned August:' 1,
*1939,.until July 27, 1942. Resigned February 15, 1941, and 0.
A. Gane, West Palm Beach; commissioned February 21, 1941,
untill July 27, .1942. Recommissioned July 31,.1942, until Juily
27, 1945.
0. P. Swope, Orlando; commissioned June.3, 1938, until July
.26, 1940. Recommissioned August 20, 1941 until July 26,. 1943.

MEMBERS STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT. .
First Congressional District .
SArthur B. Hale, Tallahassee; confirmed by the Senate. and
commissioned Jlue 6, 1939, for a term of four years from :Oc-
tqber 8, 1939..Resigned .ay 29, 1940....
George L. Burr, Jr., Winter Haven; commissioned August
11, 1940, until next Senate. Resigned February 15, 1941, and
J. F. Townsend, Lake Wales; commissioned February 17, 1941,
until :riext Senate. Confirmid by the Senate April'15, .1~4l and
recommissioned April 22, 1941:until October 7, 1943.: i









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Second Congressional District
E. A. McColksey, Lake City, confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned May 24, 1939, for a term of four years from Oc-
tober 8, 1939. Resigned February 15, 1941, and James R. Stock-
ton, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17, 1941, until next
Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and recommis.
sioned April 23, 1941 until January 7, 1943.
Third Congressional District
J. H. Faulk, Chipley; confirmed by the Senate and commis-
sioned June 6, 1939, for a term of four years from September
30, 1938. Resigned February 15, 1941, and Thomas A. Johnson,
Pensacola; commissioned February 7, 1941, until next Senate.
Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941, and commissioned Ap-
ril 16, 1941 until September 29, .1942.
Fourth Congressional District
Brooks Bateman, Pahokee; confirmed by the Senate and com-
missioned June 14, 1939, for a term of four years from October
4, 1940. Resigned January 24, 1941, and
H. H. Hector, Miami; commissioned January 24, 1941, until
next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and com-
missioned April 23, 1941, until October 7, 1944. Resigned May
19, 1942, and
G. O. Lindsey, Miami; commissioned May 27, 1942, until next
Senate.
Fifth Congressional District
James W. Perkins, De Land; confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned June 6, 1939, for a term of four years from Oc-
tober 8, 1937. Resigned January 24, 1941, and
Nixon Butt, Sr., Orlando; commissioned January 24, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941, and
commissioned May 3, 1941, until October 7, 1941. Resigned No-
vember 1, 1941, and
C. Fred Ward, Winter Park; commissioned November 12,
1941, until next Senate.
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E. C. Work, Bagdad; commissioned July 1, 1937, during the
pleasure of the governor. Term expired and









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T. C. Rozier, Milton; commissioned February 4, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
Dr. C. W. Carter, Westville; commissioned March 16, 1939,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 9,
1942.
A. J. Dixon, Esto; commissioned October 4, 1941, during the
pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso; commissioned November 5,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. E. Daniels, Pensacola; commissioned January 24,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Frank Dearing, Panama City; commissioned May 2, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
John G. McNair, Pensacola; commissioned September 25,
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 10,
1942, and
H. A. Brosnaham, Pensacola; commissioned August 22, 1942,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
R. L. McKenzie, Panama City; commissioned September 9,
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned
February 24, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Gov-
ernor.
District, No. 2
Mrs. O. O. Mickler, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and recom-
missioned February 11, 1942, during the pleasure of the Gov-
ernor.
O. M. Ashmore, Sopchoppy; commissioned June 3, 1939, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Ben Willis, Tallahassee; commissioned April 11, 1940, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and
Robert C. Parker, Tallahassee; commissioned February 4,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Eva Rhodes, Bristol; commissioned February 7, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Claude B. Arrington, Havana; commissioned February 6,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Eleanor H. Floyd, Apalachicola; commissioned February 10,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.









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* Sally Puleston Taylor, Monticello; commissioned February
26, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
iB. H. Dickens, Port Saint:Joe; commissioned February 26,
,1942, during the pleasure of the .Governor.
H. D. Ward, Cottondale; commissioned March 17, 1942, dur-
.ing.the pleasure of the Governor.
Flora Burton, Marianna; commissioned March 6, 1942, dur-
,ihg the pleasure of the Governor.
W. N. Faircloth, Quincy; commissioned February 12, 1942,
.during the pleasure of the Governor.
...District No. 3
Mrs. M. F. Home, Jasper; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 16, 1942.
Maude M. Adamson, Mayo; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
C, J. Hackney, Live Oak; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 16, 1942.
.! JP. P Kimble, Bronson; commissioned September 16, 1941,
diurinu' the pleasure of the Governor.
SS. R. Langston, Cross City; commissioned November 4, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned September 18,
1942.
E. F. Montgomery, Lake City; commissioned December 1,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison; commissioned April 3, 1942,
for four years from April 3, 1942.
John Rowland, Perry; commissioned March 2, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
: District No. 4
Jasper C. Carter, Dade City; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
.ing. the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned November
20, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
SHarry'Jukes, Tarpon Springs; commissioned July 1,' 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 13,, 1940.
; Rachel.R. Ipham, St. Petersburg; commissioned July:1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
i J::3 MI. 'Weeks, Brooksville 'commissiohed October 12, -1939,
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Dr,'i Grace Whitford, Ozona; commissioned November '10,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
,Mrs. A. P. Endsley, Brooksville; commissioned November 12,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Nell Allen, Bunnell; commissioned November 1,; 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. : :
Frank J. Booth, Clearwater; commissioned January 9, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Frank Morris, Inverness; commissioned November 10, -1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 5
James B. Fraser, Macclenny; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 15, 1941.
Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Starke; commissioned May 18,' 1940,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned. October 5, 1942,
and
L. A. Reynolds, Starke; commissioned December 18, 1942,
until May 7, 1944, during the pleasure of the Governor.
SMrs. Ida M. Knabb, Macclenny; commissioned September 15,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
George B. Gorman, St.' Augustine; commissioned April 2,
1942, for four years, from June 14, 1940.
Harry M. Agin, Waldo; commissioned March 6, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor. .
Ira Thlomans, Green Cove Springs; commissioned November
19, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Herbert WWm. Fishler, Fernandina; commissioned November
23, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Verle A. Pope, St. Augustine; 'commissioned June 15, 1940,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. W. McCollum, Gainesville; commissioned December
21, 1942, until October 29, 1944, during the pleasure of the Gov-
ernor.

District; No. 6
Jas. Ross, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and
:.Dr. Robert Cleveland; commissioned December 2, 1941, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.









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Geo. M. Tanner, Baldwin; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Naniscah McL. Tucker, Jacksonville; commissioned
July 1, 1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Ben Stein, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned November
7, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Milton C. Moore, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned Novem-
ber 14, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Charles R. Norton, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1,
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned
September 12, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
G. D. Gay, Jacksonville; commissioned June 7, 1940, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
Herbert Lamson, Jacksonville; commissioned November 5,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
District No. 7
L. B. Poston, Tampa; commissioned October 7, 1941, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
W. P. Adamson, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned October 15,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
James W. Warren, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned September 4, 1941,
and
Paul Vega, Tampa; commissioned October 6, 1941, during the
pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. T. C. Maguire, Plant City; commissioned January 18,
1938, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned
November 13, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. V. H. Northcutt, Tampa; commissioned January 28,
1938, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Albert Mellon, Tampa; commissioned June 13, 1938,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. R. W. Simpson, Tampa; commissioned September 22,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Maude Hough, .Tampa, commissioned September 30,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.









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Mrs. Ralph A. Marsicano, Tampa; commissioned September
23, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Gettis B. Henderson, Tampa, commissioned September 23,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 8
Mrs. Mary Brownell, Sarasota; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. H. Hancock, Punta Gorda; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. A. R. Barnett, Bradenton; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November 1,
1941.
Bruce L. Davis, Arcadia; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned February 4, 1942.
Mrs. Merle C. Kayton, Wauchula; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. C. Parker Anderson, Avon Park; commissioned June 24,
1939, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned
February 18, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Paola C. Copeland, Everglades; commissioned December 29,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
May D. Durrance, Punta Gorda; commissioned December 29,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Mrs. Bert W. Hendrickson, Bradenton; commissioned Decem-
ber 17, 1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Gerald Ludwig, Sarasota; commissioned January 5, 1942, at
pleasure of Governor. Resigned March 6, 1942.
Lloyd M. Lily, Moore Haven; commissioned January 7, 1942,
at pleasure of Governor.
Mrs. J. A. McGhee, Clewiston; commissioned January 22,
1942, at pleasure of Governor.
Bertha B. Watkins, Arcadia; commissioned February 23,
1942, at pleasure of Governor. Resigned August 10, 1942.
Sam W. Johnson, Ft. Myers; commissioned March 25, 1942,
from March 25, 1942, until December 17, 1945, at pleasure of
Governor.









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:Mrs. Merle C. Kayton, Wauchula; .commissioned March '27,
1942, at pleasure of Governor.
,'.Thomas E. Fassett, Sarasota; commissioned March 6; 1942,
from date of commission until January 4, 1946.

District No. 9
T Paul Haley, Florida City; commissioned September 25,
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
.Neil Hayes, Little River; commissioned July.24, 1942, until
July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
.Mrs. Bernard Simon, Miami; commissioned July 23, 1942, un-
t-il July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Marie Willard Anderson, Miami; commissioned July 24,
1942, until July 1., 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Troy C. Davis, Miami; commissioned July 25, 1942, until July
1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. R. C. Hancock, Miami; commissioned July 24, 1942, un-
til July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Thomas F. O'Neal, Miami; commissioned August 10, .1942,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
.Dr.. Robert L. Allen, Miami; commissioned November 30,
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 10
E. H. Hunt, Okeechobee; commissioned March 1, 1938, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Fred L. Martin, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned October 20,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
M, R. Cartwright, Stuart; commissioned March 2, 1942, dur-
ing' the pleasure of the Governor.
Fred W. Maxwell, West Palm Beach; commissioned Miarch
4, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach; commissioned March 31,
1942 during the pleasure of the Governor.
Warren T. Zeuch, Vero Beach; commissioned March 23, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. R. L. Murray, Belle Glade; commissioned April 15, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
:' Gerald Saunders, Key West; commissioned August 3, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.










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: District No. 11 .
Mrs. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale; commissioned Julyl, 1937;
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned March
21, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. H. Popham, Center Hill; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned June 24;
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November
17, 1942.
R. B. Fuller, Mulberry; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the -pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioined November 3,
1941; during the pleasure.of the Governor.
.L. C; Sinclair, Winter- Haven; commissioned March 3, 1939;
during the. pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned: Noven1-
ber 13, 1942, during thepleasure of the Governor.:
Leroy H. Oetjen, Leesburg; commissioned Aiuiiut 7, 1939;
during:the pleasure of the Governor., Resigned July 16, 1941.
Martha Ballinger Doyle, Lakeland; commissioned November
3, 1941, during the.pleasure of the Governor. Resigned.July
27, 1942.
Nye E. Jordan, Bartow; commissioned November 3, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Virginia Dean; Eii.ti ; commissioned April 3, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor. -
;: S.- H Bowman, Clermont; commissioned July 24, 1941, dilr-
ing the pleasure: of the Goveror. .
''"Hariis Powers;, Ocala:; 'commissioned: June: 22, 1942. during
the pleasure of the Governor.
District No. 12. "
Mrs. Mary E. Summerlin, Daytona Beach;, commissioned
November 19, 1941, during pleasure of the:Governor.. '.
.N, C.: Bryan, Kissimmee; commissioned. November 21,: 1941,
during pleasure of the Governor.
John A. Holder, De 'Land.; commissioned Npvember 22, 1941,
during pleasure: of the Governor. -
Eldridge, Hart, Orlando; .commissioned- November 26, 1941,
during pleasure -of the Governor. :
Amy T. Newall, Orlando; *commissioned November 27,: 1941;
during pleasure of the Governor;.' Resigned' December :5, 19,421









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Geo. I. Fullerton, New Smyrna; commissioned December 1,
1941, during pleasure of the Governor.
William F. Cappelman, Winter Garden; commissioned No-
vember 19, 1942, during pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Edgar T. Mobley, Sanford; commissioned March 13,
1939, during pleasure of the Governor.
Mary Holler, Sanford; commissioned March 6, 1942, during
pleasure of the Governor.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS
Joseph J. Vara, Bonifay; commissioned November 4, 1937,
until October 21, 1941. Term expired and John R. Scully,
Tampa, commissioned September 13, 1941, for three years.
John R. Wells, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 30,
1940, until December 20, 1943.
H. C. Nichols, Ocala; commissioned September 22, 1941, until
September 21, 1943.
J. B. Yarborough, Miami; commissioned September 21, 1941,
for four years.

MEMBERS STATE WELFARE BOARD
Commissioner
Clayton C. Codrington, Lake City; commissioned July 1,
1937, for a term of four years. Resigned, and Leland W. Hiatt,
Marianna, commissioned October 13, 1941, until June 30, 1945.

Members
Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce; commissioned July 23, 1938, for
four years. Resigned November 23, 1938.
O. C. Minton, Vero Beach; commissioned July 1, 1939, until
next Senate. Recommissioned October 8, 1941, until next
Senate.
T. Paine Kelly, Tampa; commissioned July 26, 1938, until
next Senate. Confirmed by Senate but failed to qualify.
James Warren, Tampa; commissioned September 12, 1941,
until next Senate. Granted military leave and Dave Falk,
Tampa, commissioned Acting Member December 7, 1942 during
the term of active military service of James Warren.










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Albert R. Caro, Pensacola; confirmed by the Senate and com-
missioned June 16, 1939 for a term of four years from July 2,
1939.
Emmett Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 30, 1941,
until next Senate.
Ellen Whiteside, Coral Gables; commissioned February 7,
1942, until next Senate.
D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned February 9, 1942,
until next Senate.
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 28, 1941,
until next Senate.

STATE COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND
Ex-Officio Member
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach.
Two-Year Members
E. B. Brandt, St. Petersburg; commissioned November 19,
1941, for two years.
W. Keith Phillips, Miami; commissioned November 18, 1941,
for two years.
Four-Year Members
Calvin L. Todd, Pensacola; commissioned November 21, 1941,
for four years.
D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Gainesville; commissioned November
21, 1941, for four years. Resigned July 18, 1942.
Russell Frink, Jacksonville; commissioned July 27, 1942,
until November 21, 1945.

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW
Mrs. James A. Craig, Jacksonville; commissioned May 13,
1930; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla.
Statutes, 1941.
Miss Florence Corrington, Miami; commissioned June 18,
1934; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla.
Statute, 1941.
Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa; commissioned January 21, 1936;
term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla.
Statutes, 1941.









621 REPORT OF- SECRETARY OF STATE

.. ,,PRIVATE SECRETARY.TO THE.GOVERNOR-: ..
"R.alph -Davis, Tallahassee;. commissioned January, 7:: 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.

STATE AUDITOR AND ASSISTANT& ::
: 'tate fAuditor '* '*
.William M. Wainwright,; commissioned August 12, 1939, for
for a term of four years from Aigust 14, .1939 .Resigned.
August. 31 ,1941,. and. Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned
Septeniber 1, 1941, until August 13, 194"3.'""

Assistants
A. J. Henry Tallahassee;' coifmissioned August 7, 1936,
until July 5, 1939. Recoinmissioned January 17, 1941, until
July 5, 1943..
* W. R. England, Inverness;.commissioned December 28, 1936,
until December 4, 1940. 'Recominissi6nied January 16, 1941, until
D ecem ber 4,"1944 ]''' .. '- ;:".: : : ".
W. F. Powers, Tallahassee; Commissioned iJan iar 15;-1941
untuni hne'" 30r.i943 .' .. ..' .. ".-... .
A. P. Ashby, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned January' 15,
1941, until June 30, 1943. -:-. : :
.-3; J t:s.COoley, .Taltahasse ; co-r mii rni..ille:d :Jaiuary.l:15; 1941,
until June 30, 1943. .:.:: .*'; -
": N.:.~,:ei Geeise :Tallahiasse i.: commissione6td Janiary' .16, 1941,
until January::, ,:194'. v'. .:.' : :..
SG 6org'e: T;. Nuii;z.,. Tfillihassee; :eoiiirissioned I Jan ary 27,
1941, until June 30, 1943. .. .. .. ..
W. M. Abernethy, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16,
1941, until December 17, 1944.
SW. : I J ohnio, I:;illlaccOTlnmissioed January 16;,'194l
n til Janury 4, 1945. : : :: "-'
.W. Y, M1ickle, Tallahassee; commissioned .January 16, 1941,'
unti', Septenimber i, 1942. .

:. .. STATE ARCHEOLOGIST.. ..
Verpon. Lamme,; Tallahassee ;, omrisi.:,ned according tz to the
provisions of Chapter 16782, Acts of 1935. Suspended ;December.









-: OF:THE .STATE OFP :FLORIDA.-


11, 1935.-: Reinstated-May. 7,- 19 7. -.. Resigned: July- 9, 1937.
Recommissioned May 7, 1940, .under the provisions of Chapter
16782, Acts of 1935. Resigned November.5, 1942. ..- .-

S. STATE CHEMIST
J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee; term expires August 4, 1945.':; :.

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS '..
Nails Berryman, Tallahassee; commissioned April 16, 1940,
until September 6,-1943."
1B. J. Owven, Tallahassee; term expired January 30, 193h
J.: K; Lawton, Tallahassee; term expired August 25, 933.:
SGordon Hart, Tallahassee term expired August 29, ;193S.: -
Richard M. Smith, Tallahassee; term expired July 12, 1935:
E. Peck Greene, Tallahassee; term expired September 1, 1935.

S STATE HEALTH OFFICER -:;-
W. A. McPhaul, Pensacola; commissioned- Septemiber 1-2
1937, until September 12; 1941. Deceased, and -
A. B. McCreary, Jacksonville; commissioned August 4,' 939,
until September 11, 1 41 ;'deceased, and Wmi. H. Pickett, JAk-
sonville, commissioned January 30, 1941, until September'11,
1941. Resigned July 15, 1942, and Henry Hanson, Jacksonville,
commissioned July 20, 1942, until.Septenber.11, 1945.; .:

STATE LABOR INSPECTOR
T. H. Hutchinson, Lakeland; commissioned June 20, 1939,
until December 31, 1942. ::

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER
L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville; commissioned June 11;, 1940,
until June 6, 1942. Term expired. Recommissioned. May.25,
1942, until June 6. 1944.

,STATE MOTOR VEHICLE, COMMISSIONER
: D. W. Fiil.'y, Tallahassee; commissioned September 30,: 1939,
until September 29, 1943. Resigned January 27, 1941, andan
Henry J. Driggers;. commissioned. January 27, 1941,: until
September 30, 1943.









REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


STATE SERVICE OFFICER AND ASSISTANT
State Service Officer
C. H. Holtslaw, Bay Pines; commissioned January 13, 1939,
until December 1, 1942. Recommissioned June 10, 1941, for
four years under provisions of Chapter 20748, Acts of 1941.
Granted military leave and John Falkenburry, Bay Pines,
commissioned Acting Service Officer during the term of active
service of C. H. Holtslaw.

Assistant State Service Officer
John Falkenburry, DeLand; commissioned April 24, 1940,
until April 24, 1944. Recommissioned for four years from
June 1, 1941 under the provisions of Chapter 20748, Acts of
1941. Resigned August 12, 1942.

FIELD SECRETARIES STATE SERVICE OFFICER
David L. Wiley, Mt. Dora; commissioned August 14, 1941,
for four years.
Ernest S. Gaston, Perry; commissioned November 14, 1941,
for four years.
Jerry Ganz, Miami; commissioned November 17, 1941, for
four years.
SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY
C. P. Summerall, Eustis; commissioned April 28, 1938, until
April 22, 1941.
Walter F. Coachman, Jacksonville; commissioned May 4,
1938, until June 5, 1941.
Rush H. Todd, Ocala; commissioned April 20, 1938, until
June 5, 1941.
Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key; commissioned April 30, 1938,
until June 5, 1941.
J. W. Campbell, Palatka; commissioned April 30, 1938, until
June 5, 1941.

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION
Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs; commissioned August
23, 1940, for a term of four years.
Carl Brorein, Tampa; commissioned August 22, 1940, for a
term of four years.









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


J. E. Fenn, Miami; commissioned August 29, 1940, for a
term of four years.
Earl W. Brown, DeLand; commissioned August 28, 1940,
for a term of four years.
Mrs. Alfred I. Dupont, Jacksonville; commissioned May 29,
1940, until May 21, 1944.

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN BASIC SCIENCES
Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville; commissioned September
11, 1939, for two years.
Jay F. Pearson, Miami; commissioned September 9, 1939,
for a term of three years.
John Ferguson Conn, DeLand; commissioned September 26,
1939, for a term of three years.
Donald D. Bode, Tampa; commissioned September 11, 1939,
for a term of four years.
Ezda May DeViney, Tallahassee; commissioned September
13, 1939, for a term of four years.

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS POLICE OFFICERS
INSURANCE AND'ANNUITY FUND
First Congressional District
E. A. Garner, Sarasota;' commissioned December 5, 1941, for
two years.
Second Congressional District
None.
Third Congressional District
A. G. Cushing, Marianna; commissioned September 4, 1941,
for two years.
Fourth Congressional District
H. S. Redman, Miami; commissioned June 14, 1942, for two
years.
Fifth Congressional District
Roy Larson, Orlando; commissioned January 23, 1942, for
two years.

STATE BOARD OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXAMINERS
W. L. Courson, Daytona Beach; commissioned February 9,
1942, until September 21, 1943.









REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


Howard F. Mohr, St. Petersburg; commissioned February
13, 1942, until September 21, 1943.
Al P. Burgert, Tampa; commissioned February 9, 1942,
until September 20, 1944.
C. W. Dishinger, Jacksonville; commissioned February 11,
1942, until September 20, 1944.
T. Hope Cawthon, DeFuniak, Springs; commissioned Septem-
ber 21, 1942, until September 22, 1945.

MEMBERS SPECIAL BUILDING COMMISSION FOR ERECTION
AND FURNISHING SUPREME COURT BUILDING
Wm. Fisher, Sr., Pensacola; commissioned October 13, 1941,
until one year after completion of said building, not exceeding
a term of four years.
Thomas Jean Ellis, Tallahassee; commissioned October 14,
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex-
ceeding a term of four years.
Robert R. Milam, Jacksonville; commissioned October 17,
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex-
ceeding a term of four years.


SPECIAL OFFICERS VARIOUS RAILROADS
Created by Section 6653 CGL. 1927.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY
J. C. Clements, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1943.
T. K. Whitley, Gainesville; term expires January 29, 1943.
H. T. Davis, Tampa; term expires January 29, 1943. Re-
signed December 5, 1941.
Henry Richardson, Jacksonville; term expires April 29, 1943.
M. M. Deschamps, Wilmington, N. C.; term expires June 6,
1943.
S. C. Graham, Sanford; term expires June 6, 1943.
B. F. Hatfield, Tampa; term expires June 5, 1943.
W. P. Ridout, Tampa; term expires June 29, 1943.
A. W. Claraday, Tampa; term expires June 29, 1943.
O. J. English, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1943.
F. W. Platt, Tampa; term expires August 3, 1943.
David Griffith, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1943.









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


A. R. Hilton, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1944.
D. L. Hendricks, St. Petersburg; term expires February 20,
1943.
C. E. Bass, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1943.
W. D. Embry, Lakeland; term expires April 24, 1944.
B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs; term expires April 24,
1944.
R. D. Hawkins, Jacksonville; term expires April 24, 1944.
E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944.
C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944.
S. S. Duncan, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944.
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala; term expires December 10, 1944.
J. W. Lindsey, Jacksonville; term expires December 10, 1944.


SPECIAL OFFICERS FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
COMPANY
P. H. Burns, Jacksonville; term expires February 2, 1943.
W. I. Minton, Jacksonville; term expires March 3, 1943.
R. M. Mahaffey, Jacksonville; term expires March 3, 1943.
S. J. Berry, Jacksonville; term expires July 4, 1943.
Wm. B. McDonald, Jacksonville; term expires September
10, 1943.
L. O. Davis, Jacksonville; term expires November 14, 1943.
Resigned May 1, 1942.
E. 0. Stokes, Jacksonville; term expires January 7, 1944.
Resigned November 25, 1942.
J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville; term expires February 22,
1944.
H. B. Childress, Jacksonville; term expires February 22, 1944.
J. T. Sumner, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1944.
Resigned December 22, 1942.
R. G. Lewis, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1944.
J. R. Evans, Jacksonville; term expires'April 13, 1944. Re-
signed September 12, 1942.
Oscar T. Silcox, Miami; term expires May 15, 1944.
J. E. Redish, Tampa; term expires May 27, 1944.
John H. Summerlin, Jacksonville; term expires August 22,
1944.









REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


E. D. Zeigler, Jacksonville; term expires September 12, 1944.
Resigned November 19, 1942.
W. E. Pellicer, Jacksonville; term expires November 1, 1944.
Jack Owens, Miami; term expires December 10, 1944.
G. S. & F. RAILWAY COMPANY
J. H. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expired May 13, 1940.
JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY.
N. G. Nunn, Jacksonville; term expires April 15, 1944.
T. W. Parsons, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires June 23, 1944.
Nelson Wood, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
O. H. Haws, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
U. S. G. Morgan, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
C. L. McCrone, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
James Orrin Damon, Pensacola; term expired September
18, 1940.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
W. E. MacDonald, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires January
29, 1943.
W. R. Owens, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1943.
J. R. Knight, Miami; term expires January 29, 1943.
C. P. Boiler, Jacksonville; term expires April 15, 1943.
J. S. Moye, Tampa; term expires July 21, 1943. Resigned
June 15, 1942.
F. S. Lisle, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1943.
R. B. Jackson, St. Petersburg; term expires August 4, 1943.
Resigned June 26, 1942.
J. E. Kenner, Jacksonville; term expires October 10, 1943.
C. L. Nelms, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Resigned December 9, 1942.
P. P. Bethea, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Alton Batts, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Resigned March 6, 1942.
J. R. Garner, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
T. B. Reddick, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
N. A. Chesser, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
L. M. Sumner, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
R. C. Jackson, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


O. P. Scarborough, Baldwin; term expires April 25, 1944.
Cossie Bailey, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1944.
J. K. Huey, Jacksonville; term expires August 4, 1944.
Dewey G. Garner, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
C. M. West, Tampa; term expires November 10, 1944.
H. R. Taylor, Jacksonville; term expires November 9, 1944.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
James H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires November 7, 1941.
G. H. Gossett, Jacksonville; term expires December 15, 1943.
Herbert H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires January 8, 1944.
A. G. Bryan, Jacksonville; term expires October 8, 1944.
MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES TEACHERS
RETIREMENT SYSTEM
Hortense Broward, Jacksonville; commissioned April 12,
1940, for three years.
R. J. Longstreet, Daytona Beach; commissioned April 17,
1940, for two years.
SUPERVISOR OF CONSERVATION
S. E. Rice, Apalachicola; commissioned January 29, 1940,
pursuant to provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD
DRAINAGE DISTRICT
I. T. Parker, Dania; commissioned July 25, 1938, for four
years. Recommissioned July 27, 1942, until July 25, 1946.
H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 11, 1938,
for four years. Recommissioned July 22, 1942, until July 11,
1946.
W. H. Aires, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 14, 1938,
for four years. Recommissioned July 22, 1942, until July 14,
1946.
STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD
H. E. Merryday, Palatka; commissioned January 26, 1939;
until March 16, 1941.
W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville; commissioned August 22, 1936.
until March 16, 1940; recommissioned January 1. 1941. until
March 16, 1944.
Arnold S. Anderson, St. Petersburg; commissioned February
24, 1941, until August 28, 1944.











LIST OF ARCHITECTS

Recorded in the Office of Secretary of State Which Have Been Cancelled

NUMBER NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED

On Account of Death

35 Fred A. Henderich.............. St. Augustine............. Florida................. December 1, 1915
44 Henry H. DuPont ................. St. Petersburg. ........... Florida .................. December 1, 1915
207 W. L. Stoddard ................... New York................ New York ............... November 10, 1922
266 E. D. Fitchner.................... Tallahassee .............. Florida................... March 31, 1924
900 Chester H. Aldrich................ New York City........... New York................ January 31, 1929
1110 William P. Katz.................. Yonkers.................. New York................ December 13, 1936
1322 Arthur B. Gilkes.................. West Palm Beach......... Florida.................. December 10, 1939

By Request

504 Richard Phillips .................. Milwaukee................ Wisconsin .............. March 26, 1926
1207 Keith G. Reeve ..................... Mt. Carmel.............. Illinois................. January 15, 1938
1251 John Eayres Davis................. Birmingham .............. Alabama ................ December 10, 1938
1252 Eugene Herbert Knight ........... Birmingham ............ Alabama ................ December 10, 1938
1253 W. T. Warren..................... Birmingham ............. Alabama ............... December 10, 1938

For Non-Payment of Annual Renewal Dues


February 10, 1920
July 13, 1926
July 13, 1926


Chas. Edw. Vosbury ............... Clearwater .............. Florida ...............
Henry Worthmann ................. Chicago.................. Illinois ...................
Clyde W. O'Brien.................. Alatoona ................ Pennsylvania ..............









L. R. Patterson...................
MacDonald Mayer ................
Howard N. Algire.................
Harry Albert MacEwan............
Hayward Shacklt ...............
Leigh Hill French, Jr...............
William Henry Jones..............
Chas. L. M organ ..................
Herbert B. Hunter................


Miami ..................
New York City..........
New York City..........
M acon ...................
Orlando .................
New York City..........
M iam i..................
Lakeland.................
Washington.............


Florida ..................
New York....... .........
New York................
Georgia ..................
Florida...................
New York...............
Florida...................
Florida...................
District of Columbia.......


January 12, 1935
January 12, 1935
June 11, 1936
December 13, 1936
June 17, 1937
June 17, 1937
June 17, 1937
October 30, 1937
December 10, 1938













LIST OF ARCHITECTS-Continued

Recorded in the Office of Secretary of State Which Have Been Cancelled in 1942

NUMBER NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED

On Account of Death

960 James Lindsay Burley.............. New York City........... New York ............... August 15, 1932
1106 Arthur B. Headley................. Coral Gables.............. Florida.................. June 11, 1936
11 L. Percival Hutton................. Winter Park.............. Florida .................. November 2, 1915 0
1099 William Locke..................... New Orleans........... Louisiana................. June 11, 1936

By Request

1192 Lewis G. Adams ................. New York City........... New York .............. October 30, 1937
342 Louis Kamper.................... Detroit................... M ichigan................. M ay 5, 1925
1347 Henry Ooothout Milliken.......... New York City........... New York................ December 7, 1940 O

For Non-Payment of Annual Dues

1255 Clifford Shaffer Bernard............ Miami .................. Florida................... March 9, 1938
1261 Joseph Cohen .................... Corpus Christi............ Texas .................... December 10, 1938
2 B. C. Bonfoey .................... Tampa................... Florida................. November 2, 1915
1165 Clarence Anson Damuth............ Rochester. .............. New York ............... June 7, 1937
1339 C. Dale Dykema .................. Ft. Lauderdale............ Florida................... December 10, 1939
1228 Murray Mortimer Levins. ......... Pittsburg ................ Pennsylvania ............. June 11, 1938
83 G. E. Mayer..................... Miami .................. Florida ................. May 9, 1917










S. T. M cClarren ..................
Alvin R. Moore ...................
T. Merrill Prentice...............
Richard Pretz .....................
Harvey Robertson .................
A.. J. Simberg .....................
Louis F. Voorhees ................
Charles R. Wait...................
Frank Lloyd Wright ...............


St. Petersburg............
Atlanta .................
New York City..........
Forest Glen...............
Miami Shores.............
New York City..........
High Point ...............
Boston ..................
Phoenix ...............


Florida...................
Georgia .................
New York................
M aryland ................
Florida...................
New York ................
North Carolina ...........
Massachusetts ............
Arizona. .................


December 10, 1938
June 30, 1927
October 30, 1937
December 10, 1939
January 12, 1940
June 11, 1936
August 1, 1942
October 31, 1923
December 10 1938


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1193
1341
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250
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LIST OF ARCHITECTS

Registered by the Florida State Board of Architecture

NUMBER NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED


Charles L. Hendrick ...............
Paul E. Kohler, Jr. .. ........... .
David Sholder...................
F. Julius Dreyfous .................
Francis J. Rowland ...............
David Flippen Burge. ..............
Preston S. Stevens .................
H. Vernon Lee ...................
Frank D. Clarke...................
Charles Dubose ..................
Howard Thomas Clinton............
James H. Look ...................
William E. Kittle.................
Frank Joseph Sideler...............
Harry A. Fulton ..................
A. M artin Tade ...................
George H. Foxworth .............
John Phil Hammell ..............
August Swarz .....................
John Franklin Adams.............
E. James Newby .................
Melvin Grossman................
Ervay J. Baker ...................
Gilbert A. Johnson................


W arrington ...............
West Palm Beach.........
Newark ..................
New Orleans..............
Ridgefield................
Atlanta ................
Atlanta.................
Miami...................
St. Petersburg ...........
New York City...........
West Palm Beach........
Pensacola................
Miami Beach. ...........
Pensacola. ...............
Leesburg.................
Coral Gables..............
Burlington................
Sarasota..................
Miami...................
Jacksonville .............
Miami ...................
Miami Beach .............
Syracuse..................
Rockford.................


Florida .... ... ...........
Florida ...................
New Jersey ..............
Louisiana.................
Connecticut ..............
Georgia .................
Georgia...................
Florida ...................
Florida .. ................
New York .. .............
Florida ...................
Florida........... ..... .
Florida...................
Florida ...................
Florida ...................
Florida ...................
North Carolina ...........
Florida ...................
Florida ...................
Florida .. ................
Florida ...................
Florida .. ................
New York ................
Illinois ...................


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Ivo Albert de Minicis ..............
Walter Bradshaw Schultz..........
John A. Armstrong...............
W illiam H. Furst ..................
Walter Robinson Shiner...........
Clyde Collins Pearson.............
Sumner Schein ....................
Raymond M. Marlier.............
William M. Husson..............
S. V Becker .....................
Claude Knox Howell .............
John Riley Tanner...............
Walk C. Jones, Jr. ................
Frederick Vernon Murphy..........
Lloyd Morgan ....................
Guy Henry Parham, Jr............
James William Voorhies...........
M artin Hauri .....................
Arnold W. Eckhoff, Jr.............
William Kemp Caler .............
Paul Pierce Hart .................
Joseph Gerard Morgan............
Charles S. Telchin .............. ..
Frederick Wallick............. .....
Frank Clyde Houpt ...............
Frederick Lewis Sumner...........
Victor Albert Rigaumont ...........
Wayne L. Remley ..................
Logan Stanley Chappell............
Isidor Maurice Cohen..............
Robert Arthur Jones.............


Tampa......... ..........
Jacksonville ..... ........
Chicago ..................
Chicago ..................
Coral Gables .............
Montgomery............
Boston ..................
Pittsburg..............
St. Augustine.............
New York City..........
Pensacola................
Miami Beach.............
Memphis ................
W ashington...............
New York City..........
Knoxville .................
North Miami .............
Coral Gables .............
Key W est ................
Palm Beach.............
Pensacola................
M ilton ...................
New York City ...........
Winter Park..............
Atlanta .................
Brooklyn .................
Pittsburg................
Miami ..................
Jacksonville ..............
G ary....................
Coral Gables..............


Florida ...................
Florida...................
Illinois ..................
Illinois...................
Florida ........... ....
Alabama .................
Massachusetts ............
Pennsylvania.............
Florida...................
New York ................
Florida...................
Florida ...................
Tennessee................
District of Columbia.......
New York...............
Tennessee................
Florida ... ...............
Florida ..................
Florida ..................
Florida. ... ...............
Florida ..................
Florida ..................
New York. ...............
Florida..................
Georgia .................
New York ...............
Pennsylvania ............
Florida .................
Florida .... ..............
Indiana ..................
Florida ...................


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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE 1943


STATE SENATORS
District 1-T. S. (Tom) Maddox, Milton**
District 2-Philip D. Beall, Pensacola*
District 3-A. P. Drummond, Bonifay**
District 4-Amos Lewis, Marianna*
District 5-Jay A. Shuler, Apalachicola**
District 6-A. L. Wilson, Quincy*
District 7-Harry E. King, Winter Haven**
District 8-LeRoy Collins, Tallahassee*
District 9-Dewey M. Johnson, Brooksville**
District 10-W. T. Davis, Madison*
District 11-John S. Taylor, Jr., Largo**
District 12-K. Griner, Cross City*
District 13-Ernest R. Graham, Hialeah**
District 14-J. Wofford Lindler, Lake City*
District 15-Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler**
District 16-A. G. McArthur, Callahan*
District 17-S. A. Hinely, Live Oak**
District 18-John E. Matthews, Jacksonville*
District 19-Walter W. Rose, Orlando'*
District 20-Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala*
District 21-G. C. Perdue, Sumner**
District 22-S. D. Clarke, Monticello"
District 23-J. Edwin Baker, Umatilla***
District 24-James A. Franklin, Fort Myers*
District 25-J. Frank Adams, Blountstown**
'District 26-H. S. McKenzie, Palatka*
District 27-William Cliett, Bowling Green**
District 28-L. A. Coleman, Daytona Beach*
District 29-J. Slater Smith, Green Cove Springs**
District 30-R. S. Adams, Jasper*
District 31-Jurant T. Shepherd, St. Augustine** (Resigned.)
District 32-W. A. Shands, Gainesville*
District .33-N. Ray Carroll, Deer Park*#*
District 34-Raymond Sheldon, Tampa*
District 35-John R. Beacham, West Palm Beach~*










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District 36-Harrison E. Barringer, Sarasota*
District 37-Ernest F. Housholder, Sanford**
District 38-W. H. Brewton, Dade City*

*Nominated 1942
"Hold-overs
***Nominated to fill unexpired term

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Alachua-Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville
Alachua-Ira J. Carter, Jr., Newberry
Baker-J. D. Dugger, Macclenny
Bay-Forace F. Holland, Paiama City
Bay-Joseph W. Bailey, Lynn Haven
Bradford-Geo. H. Inman, -Starke
Brevard-L. C. Crofton, Titusville
Broward-John S. Burwell, Ft. Lauderdale
Broward-George W. Leaird, Hollywood
Calhoun-C. L. Clark, Blountstown
Charlotte-Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda
Citrus-Geo. W. Scofield, Inverness
Clay-Thomas J. Rivers, Green Cove Springs
Collier-H. B. Kelly, Naples
Columbia-J. B. (Jim) Hodges, Lake City
Dade-R. B. Gautier, Jr., Miami
Dade-Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami
Dade-C. W. Peters, Miami
DeSoto-A. J. Dunham, Arcadia
Dixie-W. N. Baughman, Cross City
Duval-P. Guy Crews, Jacksonville
Duval-Mabry A. Carlton, Jacksonville
Duval-Birt C. Byrd, Jacksonville
Escambia-Harvey Bizzell, Pensacola
Escambia-Dave Thomas, Pensacola
Flagler-H. T. Cook, Bunnell
Franklin-Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola
Gadsden-Amos H. Davis, Mt. Pleasant
Gadsden-John O. Boynton, Havana
Gilchrist-J. Min Ayers, Trenton










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Glades-Joe H. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven
Gulf-E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Port St. Joe
Hamilton-Clayton A. Avriett, Jasper
Hardee-C. H. Taylor, Jr., Wauchula
Hendry-Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston
Hernando-G. Kent Williams, Brooksville
Highlands-Howard Livingston, Sebring
Hillsborough-E. P. Martin, Plant City
Hillsborough-Neil C. McMullen, Tampa
Hillsborough-Harry G. McDonald, Tampa
Holmes-Emogene Commander, Westville
Indian River-J. Hubert Graves, Wabasso
Jackson-B. T. (Tobe) Smith, Cottondale
Jackson-W. L. (Fate) Barefield, Malone
Jefferson-Richard H. Simpson, Monticello
Lafayette-W. G. Croft, Mayo
Lake-Lacy G. Thomas, Groveland
Lake-Harry P. Johnson, Tavares
Lee-W. W. Stewart, Ft. Myers
Leon-H. J. (Jack) Yaeger, Tallahassee
Leon-Rainey Cawthon, Tallahassee
Levy-J. C. Sale, Bronson (Deceased)
Liberty-T. Drew Branch, Bristol
Madison-Otis R. Peavy, Madison
Madison-W. E. (Buck) Hancock, Madison
Manatee-J. Ben Fuqua, Palmetto
Manatee-G. A. Lane, Bradenton
Marion-Lanas Troxler, Ocala
Marion-C. Farris Bryant, Ocala
Martin-Evans Crary, Stuart
Monroe-Bernie C. Papy, Key West
Nassau-Leonard (Skin) McKendree, Yulee
Okaloosa-Newman Brackin, Crestview
Okeechobee-W. J. (Bill) Hendry, Okeechobee
Orange-Tyn Cobb, Jr., Orlando
Orange-L. C. Leedy, Orlando
Osceola-Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee
Palm Beach-John E. Bollinger, West Palm Beach
Palm Beach-Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade










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Pasco-Arthur L. Bryant, Dade City
Pinellas-S. Henry Harris, St. Petersburg
Pinellas-Mary Lou Baker, St. Petersburg
Pinellas-Archie Clement, Tarpon Springs
Polk-Ed R. Bentley, Lakeland
Polk-Lisle W. Smith, Haines City
Polk-Perry E. Murray, Frostproof
Putnam--Thomas B. Dowda, Palatka
Putnam-W. S. Middleton, Pomona
St. Johns-J. H. (Jack) Turner, St. Augustine
St. Johns-F. Charles Usina, St. Augustine
St. Lucie-Thad H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce
Santa Rosa-T. Franklin West, Milton
Sarasota-Jerry Collins, Sarasota
Seminole-M. B. (T-Bone) Smith, Sanford
Seminole-L. B. Mann, Sanford
Sumter-J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell
Suwannee-G. Warren Sanchez, Live Oak
Suwannee-T. A. Delegal, Branford
Taylor-J. H. Scales, Perry
Union-G. Fred Andrews, Lake Butler
Volusia-Walter G. Walker, Daytona Beach
Volusia-Goodwin M. Nilsson, DeLand
Wakulla-George Nesmith, Wakulla
Walton-Thomas D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs
Washington-Olin G. Shivers, Chipley










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FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA

NORTHERN DISTRICT
DISTRICT JUDGE
A. V. Long, Gainesville, Fla. Commissioned June 6, 1934.

DISTRICT ATTORNEY
George Earl Hoffman, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
April 1, 1933.
ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY
Vacancies pending appointments.

SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Dorothy E. Hughey, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed Decem-
ber 1, 1941.

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Wm. Logan Hill, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed October
1, 1934.
DEPUTY CLERKS
Marion Howe, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
December 21, 1932.
Miss Maggie B. Phillips, Marianna, Florida.
R. B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida.
Miss Pixie J. Hampton, Gainesville, Florida.

UNITED STATES MARSHAL
Jordan B. Royall, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed Feb-
ruary 19, 1940.
OFFICE DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS
N. B. Averitt, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
November 20, 1933.
Hazel Morrison, Pensacola, Florida.
L. Metzger Allen, Pensacola, Florida.
Adam M. Lewis, Jr., Marianna, Florida.
Wm. Harvey Waits, Gainesville, Florida.

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE
Rufus R. Foster, New Orleans. Deceased.










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CHIEF UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER
Roy A. Berga, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed October 3,
1934.

UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER
George Everett Owen, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed June
21, 1939.

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
C. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola, Florida.
W. H. Milton, Marianna, Florida-John H. Carter, Jr.,
Marianna, Fla.
Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida.
Birkett F. Jordan, Gainesville, Florida.

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY
Cecil Rountree, Chipley, Florida. Commissioned August 2,
1936.
John A. H. Murphree, Jr., Gainesville. Commissioned Jan-
uary 16, 1936.

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING- COURT
District Court.-Second Monday in February and Tuesday
next after First Monday in September at Tallahassee; First
Monday in November and May at Pensacola; Second Mondays
in June and December at Gainesville; First Monday in April
at Marianna; First Monday in October at Panama City.

COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT
Alachua, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Washington,
Gilchrist, Gulf.
Pixie J. Hampton, Deputy Clerk, Gainesville.
Raymond B. Marsh, Deputy Clerk, Tallahassee.
Maggie B. Phillips, Deputy Clerk, Marianna.
Office of Clerk at Pensacola, Gainesville, Tallahassee and
Marianna open by Clerk or Deputy each business day.









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SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
DISTRICT JUDGES
Alexander Akerman, Orlando, Florida. Retired.
William J. Barker, Tampa, Florida. (Allie M. Maynard,
Secretary.)
SJohn W. Holland, Miami, Florida. (Florence B. Price,
Secretary.)
Louie W. Strum, Jacksonville, Florida. (Blanche Brooks,
Secretary.)

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida.

DEPUTY CLERKS
Harold S. Darby, Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Earle F. Sprigg, Deputy in Charge, Miami.
Julian A. Blake, Deputy in Charge, Tampa.
Edna P. Harmon, Deputy in Charge, Orlando.
C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West.
Margaret M. Moorehead, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Octavia Moore, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Ruth Tomlinson, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Joe A. Law, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Nettie C. Tidwell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Anna M. Mitchell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Dorothy M. Rowe, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Albert E. Call, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Frances D. Ballman, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Antoinette Van Prooyen, Deputy Clerk, Miami.

UNITED STATES MARSHAL
Chester S. Dishong, Jacksonville, Florida.
DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS
Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rowland E. Dyson, Jacksonville, Florida.
E. Jackson Butler, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rose C. Shuneman, Jacksonville, Florida.
Wilbur Durrance, Jacksonville, Florida.










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Ruth B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida.
David F. C. Robertson, Jacksonville, Florida.
Jerry D. Dragones, Jacksonville, Florida.
Walter C. Crumbley, Deputy in Charge, Tampa, Florida.
Frank B. Tippins, Tampa, Florida.
Otis A. Allen, Tampa, Florida.
Al L. Gates, Deputy in Charge, Miami, Florida.
Elizabeth S. Simpson, Miami, Florida.
Arthur F. Hunt, Miami, Florida.
Jack F. Peeples, Miami, Florida.
John F. McParland, Miami, Florida.
Frank M. Durrance, Deputy in Charge, Orlando, Florida.
Martland Cates, Deputy, Key West, Florida.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Herbert S. Phillips, Tampa, Florida.

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS
Edith House, (also Chief Clerk), Jacksonville, Florida.
Damon G. Yerkes, Jacksonville, Florida.
Arthur A. Simpson, Jacksonville, Florida.
Joseph E. Gillen, Tampa, Florida.
George P. Raney, Jr., Tampa, Florida.
Ernest L. Duhaime, Miami, Florida.
Fred W. Botts, Miami, Florida.
CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY
Margaret Z. Groover, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rose Meyers, Jacksonville, Florida.
Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Florida.
B. Otis Birsong, Tampa, Florida.
Verna E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida.
Lillian Claire Hamlin, Tampa, Florida.
Katherine B. Moore, Miami, Florida.
Frances M. Hughey, Miami, Florida.
Lollie Belle Eberhart, Miami, Florida
Helen P. Waneck, Miami, Florida.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS
Carl Noble, Jacksonville, Florida.
Paul Pinkerton, Tampa, Florida.









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Roger E. Davis, Miami, Florida.
Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach, Florida.
Troy C. M4usselwhite, Orlando, Florida.
C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West, Florida.

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY
Frank J. Heintz, Jacksonville, Florida.
L. Earl Curry, Miami, Florida.
John B. Shaw, Tampa, Florida.

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT
At Jacksonville-First Monday in December.
At Tampa-Second Monday in February.
At Miami-Fourth Monday in April.
At Key West-First Mondays in May and November.
At Orlando-First Monday in October.
At Ocala-Third Monday in January.
At Fernandina-First Monday in April.
At Fort Pierce-First Monday in February.

DIVISIONS OF THE DISTRICT
Jacksonville Division-Baker, Bradford, Clay, Citrus, Co-
lumbia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Madison, Marion, Nassau,
Putnam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia.
Miami Division-Broward, Collier, Dade, Monroe, Palm
Beach.
Tampa Division-Charlotte, De Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry,
Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco,
Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota.
Orlando Division-Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole.
Fort Pierce Division-Okeechobee, Indian River, Martin, St.
Lucie.

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT
CHIEF JUSTICE
Armstead Brown, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947.

JUSTICES
Roy H. Chapman, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947.
J. B. Whitfield, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1943.
Resigned January 4, 1943.










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Rivers Buford, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1945.
Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1945.
Alto Adams, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949.
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee; term expires January,.1949.
Harold L. Sebring, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949.

CIRCUIT JUDGES
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
R. A. McGeachy, Milton; term expires July 29, 1947.
L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola; term expires July.29, 1941.
Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
E. C. Love, Quincy; term expires July 29, 1947.
W. May Walker, Tallahassee; term expires July 29, 1947.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties.
R. H. Rowe, Madison; term expires July 29, 1947.
Hal W. Adams, Mayo; term expires July 29, 1947.
Fourth Judicial Circuit-Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties.
DeWitt T. Gray, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947.
Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947.
A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947.
Duval County Circuit-Duval County Only.
Miles W. Lewis, Jacksonville; term expired December 2, 1942.
Fifth Judicial Circuit-Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and
Sumter Counties.
J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares; term expires July 29, 1947.
F. R. Hocker, Oeala; term expires May 12, 1945.
Sixth Judicial Circuit-Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires July 29, 1947.
T. Frank Hobson, St. Petersburg; term expires July 29, 1947.
Seventh Judicial Circuit-Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and
Flagler Counties.
Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; term expires July 29,
1947.









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Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach; term expires July
29, 1947. (On military leave.)
Eighth Judicial Circuit-Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford,
Union and Levy Counties.
H. L. Sebring, Gainesville; term expires July 29, 1947. Re-
signed January 5, 1943. John A. H. Murphree, term expires
next Senate.
A. Z. Adkins, Gainesville; term expires July 29, 1947.
Ninth Judicial Circuit-Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole,
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
M. B. Smith, Titusville; term expires July 29, 1947.
A. O. Kanner, Stuart; term expires July 29, 1947.
Frank A. Smith, term expires July 29, 1947.
Tenth Judicial Circuit-Polk, Hardee and Highlands
Counties.
H. C. Petteway, Lakeland; term expires July 29, 1947.
D. O. Rogers, Lakeland; term expires July 29, 1947.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Dade and Monroe Counties.
W. W. Trammell, Miami; term expires July 29, 1947. Resign-
ed, effective March 31, 1943. (Retired).
Richard H. Hunt, Miami; term expires 1947. Military leave.
Paul D. Barns, Miami; term expires July 29, 1947.
George E. Holt, Miami; term expires July 29, 1947.
Ross Williams, Miami; term expires July 29, 1947.
Arthur Gomez, Key West; term expires July 29, 1947.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char-
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties.
Geo. W. Whitehurst, Ft. Myers; term expires July 29, 1947.
W. T. Harrison, Palmetto; term expires July 29, 1947.
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-Hillsborough County.
L. L. Parks, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1947.
Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1947.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jack-
son, Calhoun and Gulf Counties.
Ira A. Hutchison, Panama City; term expires July 29, 1947.
E. C. Welch, Marianna; term expires July 29, 1947.










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Fifteenth Judicial Circuit-Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.
C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach; term expires July
29, 1947. On military leave.
Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 29, 1947.

STATE ATTORNEYS
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola; term expires April 23,
1945.
Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
O. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee; term expires July 30, 1943.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties.
A. K. Black, Lake City; term expires June 22, 1945. Re-
signed February 26, 1942.
Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak; term expires next Senate.
Fourth Judicial Circuit-Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties.
William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville; term expires June
20, 1945. On military leave. Inman P. Crutchfield commis-
sioned Acting State Attorney July 21, 1942, during term of
active service of William A. Hallowes, III.
Fifth Judicial Circuit-Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and
Sumter Counties.
J. W. Hunter, Tavares; term expires July 30, 1943.

Sixth Judicial Circuit-Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater; term expires July 30, 1943.

Seventh Judicial Circuit-Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and
Flagler Counties.
Murray Sams, DeLand; term expires April 21, 1945.

Eighth Judicial Circuit-Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford,
Union and Levy Counties.
T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; term expires July 30, 1943.









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Ninth Judicial Circuit-Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole,
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee; term expires July 30, 1943.
Tenth Judicial Circuit-Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties.
L. Grady Burton, Wauchula; term expires July 30, 1943.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Dade and Monroe Counties.
G. A. Worley, Miami; term expires July 30, 1943.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char-
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties.
Clyde H. Wilson, Sarasota; term expires July 30, 1943.
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-Hillsborough County.
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa; term expires July 30, 1943.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Holmes, Washington', Bay,
Jackson,. Calhoun and Gulf Counties.
L. D. McRae, Chipley; term expires July 30, 1943.

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit-Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.
Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach; term expires July 30,
1943. Resigned March 31, 1942, and
Russell O. Morrow commissioned May 31, 1942, until next
Senate. Resigned June 2, 1942.
Joseph H. White, West Palm Beach; commissioned June 9,
1942, until next Senate.

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
None.

Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
None.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie -Counties.
O. 0. Edwards,.Cross City; term expires July 31, 1943,









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Fourth Judicial Circuit-Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties.
James H. Bunch, Jacksonville; term expires June 20, 1941.
Thomas J. Shave, Jr., Fernandina; term expires June 20,
1945.
Inman P. Crutchfield, Jacksonville; confirmed by the Senate
June 6, 1941, and commissioned June 10, 1941, for a term of
four years from June 21, 1941. Resigned December 24, 1942.
Lester W. Jennings commissioned December 28, 1942, until
next Senate.
Fifth Judicial Circuit-Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and
Sumter Counties.
C. A. Savage, Ocala; term expires July 31, 1943.
Sixth Judicial Circuit-Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
Arthur L. Auvil, Dade City; term expires July 31, 1943.
Seventh Judicial Circuit-Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and
Flagler Counties.
Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka; term expires July 31, 1943.
SEighth Judicial Circuit-Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford,
Union and Levy Counties.
Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler; term expires July 31, 1943.
Ninth Judicial Circuit-Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole,
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
,Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford; term expires July 31, 1943. Ap-
pointed June 5, 1939 for four years from July 1, 1939. Con-
firmed by Senate. Commission prepared June 8, 1939, and
delivered to Governor but it was not signed by him.
Angus Sumner, Ft. Pierce; term expires July 31, 1943.
Tenth Judicial Circuit-Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties.
Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales; term expires July 31,
1943. On military leave.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Dade and Monroe Counties.
Joseph Otto, Miami; term expires July 31, 1943.
J. Lancelot Lester, Key West; term expires July 31, 1943.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char-
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties.
W. M. Smiley, Bradenton; term expires July 31, 1943.
Sumter Leitner, Arcadia; term expires July 31, 1943.









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Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-Hillsborough County.
J. Frank Umstot, Tampa; term expires July 31, 1943.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Holmes, Washington, Bay,
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties.
H. V. McClellan, Blountstown; term expires July 31, 1943.
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit-Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.,
Louis F. Maire, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 31, 1943.


OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS

First Judicial Circuit-Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs.
Second Judicial Circuit-John H. Patterson, Jr., Tallahas-
see. Deceased.
Pat Campbell, Tallahassee; commissioned May 7, 1941. Re-
signed September 8, 1941, and
Irma Patterson, Tallahassee; commissioned September 9,
1941, during pleasure of the Governor.
Fredericka Cook, Tallahassee; commissioned June 6, 1941.
Third Judicial Circuit-Gussie Miller, Lake City.
Fourth Judicial Circuit-Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville.
Fifth Judicial Circuit-Jeff Wood, Leesburg; Miss Elva
Crumpton, Ocala.
Sixth Judicial Circuit-B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater.
Seventh Judicial Circuit-Gail S. Lynch, DeLand; Geo. B.
Newton, St. Augustine. Geo. B. Newton, St. Augustine granted
military leave April 15, 1942, and V. F. Halter, Jacksonville;
commissioned October 8, 1942, during term of active service
of Geo. B. Newton.
Eighth Judicial Circuit-J. L. Peek, Starke; Ida Abrams,
Gainesville.
Ninth Judicial Circuit-Miss Mary Fee, Ft. Pierce; Jessie
D. Kleinman, Titusville; Helen W. Curtis, Orlando.









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Tenth Judicial Circuit-Kate Carver, Lakeland; Lucille
Rentz, Lakeland.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Ernest L. Bryant, Miami; Angelo
Caro, Key West.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Edward Ley, Arcadia; Mrs. Athene
Margruder, Bradenton.
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-J. G. Nesbit, Tampa.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-O. C. Speight, Chipley; Zola
B. Folks, Panama City.
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit-J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale;
Alice M. Hayden, West Palm Beach.
Civil Court, Dade County-John F. Dwyer, Miami; Jessie
Axton, Miami; Louise Pencke, Miami.
Court of Record, Escambia County-Lucius B. Sterns,
Pensacola.
Criminal Court of Record, Hillsborough County-Bert E.
Betts, Tampa.


CLERKS CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD

Dade-W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1945.
Duval--John D. Baker, Jacksonville; term expires January,
1945.
Hillsborough-L. D. Simmons, Tampa; term expires Jan-
uary, 1947.
Monroe-Harry Dongo, Key West; term expires January,
1945.
Orange-R. T. Overstreet, Orlando; term expires January,
1945. Granted military leave July 10, 1941.
Palm Beach-J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term ex-
pires January, 1947.
Polk-B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, 1945.
Escambia-Clerk Court of Record-J. Lawrence Mayo, Pen-
sacola; term expires January, 1945.









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Nominated in primaries, appointed by the Governor, subject
to confirmation by the Senate.

JUDGES CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD
Dade-Ben C. Willard, Miami; term expires September 17,
1943.
Duval-Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville; term expires August
13, 1943.
Hillsborough-John R. Himes, Tampa; term expires April
11, 1945.
Monroe-Wm. V. Albury, Key West; term expires May 7,
1943.
Orange-W. M. Murphy, Orlando; term expires July 26, 1943.
Palm Beach-John L. Moore, West Palm Beach; term ex-
pires January 1, 1946.
Polk-Robert T. Dewell, Winter Haven; term expires August
8, 1943.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD
Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola; term expires next Senate, 1943.

SOLICITORS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD
Dade-Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires September 12,
1943.
Duval-Harry H. Martin, Jacksonville; term expires next
Senate.
Hillsborough-Joseph E. Williams, Tampa; term expires
April 10, 1945.
Monroe-Allan B. Cleare, Key West; term expires May 6,
1943.
Orange-O. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires July
25, 1943.
Palm Beach-W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach; term ex-
pires June 4, 1946.
Polk-Manuel E. Glover, Bartow; term expires August 3,
1943.
Solicitor Court of Record Escambia County-E. Forsyth
Caro, Pensacola; term expires August 19, 1943.










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PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS AND
COUNTY ATTORNEYS

COUNTY NAME AND ADDRESS TERM EXPIRES

Prosecuting Attorneys


Broward......
DeSoto......
Gadsden......
Indian River..
Jefferson. ....
Lee..........
Leon........
Madison......
Manatee. ..
M artin.......
Okeechobee...

Osceola.......
Pasco........
Pinellas .....



St. Lucie ....
Sarasota......
Seminole ....
Sumter.......


W. Gerry Miller, Ft. Lauderdale....
M. A. Rosin, Arcadia ..............
William D. Doss, Quincy ..........
Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Vero Beach..
B. J. Hamrick, Monticello..........
John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers.......
William D. Hopkins, Tallahassee....
David Lanier, Mad:son (Acting) ....
George R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton....
T. T. Oughterson, Stuart...........
Paul Wongrey, Okeechobee (Military
leave May 9, 1942)..............
Jay Johnston, St. Cloud (Acting)....
J. Don Geiger, Dade City.........
John Dickinson, St. Petersburg......
(Military leave January 12, 1943,
and Richard Griffin Key, St. Peters-
burg acting)
A. C. Simmons, Ft. Pierce..........
Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota..... ..
George A. Speer, Jr., Sanford.......
James W. West, Bushnell..........


County Attorneys

Alachua...... Zach Douglas, Gainesville.......... January, 1945
Charlotte..... Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda......... January 2, 1945 -
Columbia..... W. J. Ferguson, Lake City......... January 2, 1945
Hendry...... H. A. Rider, LaBelle.............. January 2, 1945
Highlands .... M. R. McDonald, Sebring.......... January 2, 1945
Jackson...... Hayes Lewis, Jr., Marianna.......... January, 1945




CLERKS CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD

Dade-W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 194'.
Duval-John D. Baker, Jacksonville; term expires January,
1945.


Janua-y, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1947
January, 1945
January, 1945

January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945



January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945
January, 1945










REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


JUDGES CIVIL COURT RECORD

Dade-David J. Hefferman, Miami; term expires January
15, 1946.
Dade-Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires August 5, 1945.
Duval-Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires July 18,
1945.



PROBATION OFFICERS

COUNTY NAME AND ADDRESS TERM EXPIRES


Broward .....
Citrus........
Dade........


Duval ........


Escambia.....
Glades......
Highlands ....
Hillsborough..


Leon.........
Manatee .....
Marion.......
Monroe ......
Nassau .......
Okeechobee...
Orange .......
Osceola.......
Palm Beach...
Pinellas ......
Polk.........
St. Johns.....
Sarasota......
Seminole .....
Volusia.......
Wakulla ......


Chas. H. Crim, Ft. Lauderdale......
Mrs. Kate O. Cason, Floral City....
(Chief) Marshall Battle, Coral Gables
(Probation and Parole Officer) J. M.
> Culligan, Miami. ................
J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville .........
(Probation and Parole Officer) P. Bed-
ford Wright, Jacksonville.........
Bleecher Forbes, Pensacola.........
J. H. Whidden, Moore Haven.......
Sam Dimberline, Sebring...........
Edna Hennessee, Tampa...........
(Probation and Parole Officer) W. B.
Wilcox, Tampa .................
Mrs. W. C. Tully, Tallahassee......
Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton.......
Mrs. Alyce McPherson, Ocala.......
Isabelle Fleming, Key West.........
E. R. Hopkins, Fernandina.........
John W. Barber, Okeechobee.......
C. L. Farris, Orlando ..............
J. H. Rine, St. Cloud..............
Nell T. Smith, West Palm Beach....
Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater.......
Claude M. Harden, Lakeland.......
Mary Groh, St. Augustine..........
Mrs. Howard Dial, Sarasota........
Mae Shaefer, Sanford ..............
Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach...
Mrs. Geo. S. Nesmith, Wakulla .....


January 25, 1944
October 11, 1935
December 8, 1943

June 6, 1943
July 19, 1945

June 15, 1943
October 19, 1943
January 1, 1934
June 30, 1944
July 13, 1943

Next Senate
September 23, 1943
May 9, 1945
May 11, 1945
March 3, 1945,
July 7, 1946
October 12, 1931
July 1, 1943
February 25, 1931
November 4, 1945
December 16, 1943
July 12, 1945
October 8, 1946
April 12, 1946
July 22, 1937
November 13, 1943
September 21, 1946









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 95

CLERKS JUVENILE COURTS
Brevard-G. M. Simmons, Titusville; term expires January,
1945.
Dade-Marshall Battle, Miami; term expires December 8,
1943. Granted military leave July 15, 1942, and
Dade-Ira Hazlett, Miami; commissioned January 25, 1942.
Term to expire at end of term of military service of Marshall
Battle.
Duval-J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville; term expires July 20, 1945.
Hillsborough-Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires
July 13, 1943.
Monroe-Isabelle Fleming, Key West; term expires March
3, 1945.
Orange-Clarence M. Gay, Orlando; term expires January,
1945.
Pinellas-Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater; term expires De-
cember 15, 1943.


JUDGES JUVENILE COURT

Brevard-Albert M. Boland, Titusville; term expired March
10, 1931.
Dade-Walter H. Beckham, Miami; term expires July 2, 1945.
Duval-W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires June 18,
1943.
Hillsborough-Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July
30, 1943.
Monroe-Juliette Russell, Key West; term expires January,
1945.
Orange-James E. Dieffenwierth, Orlando; term expires Jan-
nary, 1945. Military leave November 4, 1942, and Mattie H.
Farmer, Orlando, until end of military service.
Pinellas-C. E. Ware, Clearwater; term expires June 8, 1943.









96 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE

COURT OF CRIMES

DADE COUNTY
Judge-N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; term expires July
17, 1943. :.
Solicitor-Robert-R. Taylor, Miami; term expires September
13, 1943.--: :
Clerk-W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1945.

DUVAL COUNTY
Judge-(Abolished by Chapter 19215, Acts of 1939.)
Solicitor-(Abolished by Chapter 19215, Acts of 1939.)
Probation and Parole Officer-P. Bedford Wright, Jackson-
ville; term expires June 15, 1943.










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,97


PRIMARY REGISTRATION 1942

COUNTY DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS PRECINCTS

Alachua........................ 12,059 965 27
Baker.......................... 2,157 ............ 8
Bay........................... 6,541 19 28
Bradford....................... 4,367 66 8
Brevard................. ...... 6,381 1,329 28
Broward....................... 13,254 1,582 33
Calhoun....................... 4,379 3 12
Charlotte....................... 1,894 338 8
Citrus.......................... 3,316 108 16
Clay.......................... 3,199 188 12
Collier ........................ 1,310 25 13
Columbia ...................... 4,488 19 ,14
Dade.......................... 80,004 7,032 114
DeSoto........................ 3,598 39 9
Dixie.................... ....... 2,608 ............ 10
Duval ........................ 49,820 4,893 84
Escambia...................... 27,263 133 61
Flagler......................... 1,159 18 5
Franklin ....................... 2,680 7 7
Gadsden....................... 3,480 ............ 15
Gilchrist ...................... 2,040 5 6
Glades......................... 728 2 13
Gulf........................... 2,892 87 8
Hamilton....................... 2,984 29 10
Hardee........................ 6,939 104 18
Hendry........................ 1,559 9 5
Hernando...................... 2,567 12 10 ,
Highlands...................... 3,527 25 13
Hillsborough ................... 36,862 402 68
Holmes........................ 8,018 ............ 23
Indian River................... 3,669 47 8
Jackson....................... 14,025 558 29
Jefferson........................ 3,172 ............ 12
Lafayette ...................... 2,400 ............ 5
Lake ......................... 11,174 811 26
Lee........................... 4,805 44 26
Leon.......................... 9,073 178 12
Levy.......................... 4,887 29 18
Liberty.................... .... 1,387 ............ 6
M adison ....................... 5,702 11 11
M anatee....................... 9,894 331 27
Marion ....................... 10,593 79 34
Martin ....................... 2,200 75 8










98 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


PRIMARY REGISTRATION 1942 (Continued)

COUNTY DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS PRECINCTS

Monroe........................ 5,963 50 15
Nassau........................ 3,913 19 14
Okaloosa ....................... 6,704 8 25
Okeechobee.................... 1,527 10 7
Orange....................... 20,578 1,482 44
Osceola........................ 5,817 289 10
Palm Beach.................... 22,198 1,007 39
Pasco.......................... 6,250 112 24
Pinellas ................... .... 29,979 7,585 77
Polk........................... 21,525 788 75
Putnam........................ 6,354 313 26
St. Johns ............... ... ... 8,184 1,149 22
St. Lucie ................. ...... 4,741 78 9
Santa Rosa........... ........ 5,944 6 23
Sarasota .................. .. 7,026 123 15
Seminole......................... ... 6,435 65 16
Sumter ....................... 5,081 22 13
Suwannee. ..................... 7,100 136 20
Taylor ........................ 2,800 6 13
Union ........................ 3,171 5 5
Volusia........................ 20,760 3,488 39
Wakulla........................ 2,541 ............ 13
Walton ....................... 7,455 187 28
W ashington .................... 7,241 ............ 21

Totals................. 604,341 36,530 1,502
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Judges-R. A. McGeachy, Milton, and L. L. Fabisinski,
Pensacola.
State Attorney-E. Dixie Beggs, Jr., Pensacola.
Assistant State Attorney-None.
Court Reporter-Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs.

WINTER TERM
Walton-2nd Monday in January.
Santa Rosa-2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in January.
Escambia-2nd Monday in February.
Okaloosa-2nd Monday in December.

SPRING TERM
Walton-2nd Monday in May.
Santa Rosa-2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in May.
Escambia-2nd Monday in June.
Okaloosa-Last Monday in April.

FALL TERM
Walton-2nd Monday in September.
Santa Rosa-2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in September.
Escambia-2nd Monday in October.
Okaloosa-Last Monday in August.

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Judges-E. C. Love, Quincy, and W. May Walker, Talla-
hassee.
State Attorney-O. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee.
Assistant State Attorney-None.
Court Reporter-Irma Patterson, Tallahassee, Fredricka
Cook, Tallahassee.
SPRING TERM
Franklin-3rd Monday in March.
Liberty-Ist Monday in April.
Gadsden-lst Monday in March.










REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


Wakulla-3rd Monday in April.
Jefferson-1st Monday in May.
Leon-4th Monday in February.

SUMMER TERM
Leon-3rd Monday in June.

FALL TERM
Franklin-3rd Monday in September.
Liberty--st Monday in October.
Gadsden-3rd Monday in October.
Wakulla-1st Monday in November.
Jefferson-3rd Monday in November.
Leon-1st Monday in October.

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Judges-R. H. Rowe, Madison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo.
State Attorney-Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak.
Assistant State Attorney-O.O Edwards, Cross City.
Court Reporter-Gussie Miller, Lake City.

SPRING TERM
Hamilton-4th Monday in January.
Dixie-3rd Monday in February.
Taylor-4th Monday in March.
Madison-2nd Monday in April.
Columbia-4th Monday in April.
Suwannee-2nd Monday in May.
Lafayette-2nd Monday in June.

FALL TERM
Hamilton-2nd Monday in September.
Dixie-2nd Monday in August.
Taylor-4th Monday in September.
Madison-2nd Monday in October.
Columbia-4th Monday in October.
Suwannee-2nd Monday in November.
Lafayette--st Monday in December.










OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Judges-Miles W. Lewis (Duval Circuit), DeWitt T. Gray,
Bayard B. Shields, and A. D. McNeill, Jacksonville.
State Attorney-William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville. On
military leave, and Inman P. Crutchfield, Jacksonville, acting
State Attorney.
Assistant State Attorney-Thomas Shave, Jr., Jacksonville.
Court Reporter-Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville.

SPRING TERM
Clay--st Tuesday after 1st Monday in April.
Nassau-3rd Monday in April.
Duval-3rd Monday in May.

FALL TERM
Clay-2nd Monday in October.
Nassau-4th Monday in October.
Duval-4th Monday in November.

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Judges-J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares, and F. R. Hocker, Ocala.
State Attorney-J. W. Hunter, Tavares.
Assistant State Attorney-C. A. Savage, Ocala.
Court Reporters--Jeff Wood, Leesburg, and Miss Elva
Crumpton, Ocala.
SPRING TERM
Hernando-1st Tuesday in March.
Citrus-3rd Tuesday in March.
Sumter-1st Tuesday in June.
Lake-1st Tuesday in May.
Marion-1st Tuesday in April.

FALL TERM
Hernando-1st Tuesday in September.
Citrus-3rd Tuesday in September.
Sumter-lst Tuesday in December.
Lake-ist Tuesday in November.
Marion--st Tuesday in October.