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OF THE

Sixth Southern Forestry

Congress

HELD AT

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

JANUARY 28-30, 1924

THE SEEMAN PRINTERY,

Inc. DURHAM, N. C.

1925

OF THE

SIXTH SOUTHERN FORESTRY CONGRESS

PRESIDENT. ..BONNELL H. STONE, Pfister & Vogel Lond Co.

BLAIRSVILLE, GA. VICE-PRESIDENT.. .P. R. CAMP, Vice-President Camp Mfg. Co.

FRANKLIN, VA. SECRETARY-TREASURER.

.R. D. FORBES, Director Southern Forest Experiment Station

NEW ORLEANS, LA. ASSISTANT SECRETARY.

..J. ROLAND WESTON,

H. Weston Lumber Co.

LOGTOWN, MISS.
CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. .JOSEPH HYDE PRATT,

Director Geological and Economic Survey

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE.

....J. K. JOHNSON, Forester, Great Southern Lumber Co.

BOGALUSA, LA. CHAIRMAN PUBLICITY COMMITTEE.... ....J. S. HOLMES, State Forester

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. CHAIRMAN LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE.

A. B. HASTINGS,

Assistant State Forester CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE—The above officers, together with all former

Presidents of the Congress, constitute the Executive Committee.

Elected

THE FORMER PRESIDENTS ARE :

COL. JOSEPH HYDE PRATT, Chapel Hill, N. C...........
HON. HENRY E. HARDTNER, Urania, La...
MR. ROY L. HOGUE, Jackson, Miss..
MR. W. D. TYLER, Dante, Va...

1916 1920 1921 1922

EDITOR'S NOTE

In view of the delay of twelve months in getting these proceedings published, and because it is necessary to keep the cost of publication within the means of the Congress, it has been decided by the Executive Committee to publish only such part of the proceedings of this Congress as relate to the Naval Stores Industry. This seems most appropriate, not only because Savannah, where the Congress met, is in the heart of the country where this industry has been flourishing for the past fifty years, but even more because the Naval Stores operators attended the Congress in such numbers and contributed in such large part to the success of the meeting. Not only, therefore, have a number of very interesting and valuable papers contributed by the speakers named on the program been omitted, but a considerable part of the discussion as taken by the stenog

а rapher has been cut out. The Editor and the Executive Committee of the Congress herewith desire to extend their apologies for taking this liberty with the Proceedings.

J. S. HOLMES, Editor March 15, 1925.

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