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Mr. O. H. L. Wernicke.....
Mr. J. E. Lockwood......
.... 50 Mr. J. S. Holmes..
-51, 52 Dr. Austin Cary........
.... 53 PERSONNEL OF COMMITTEES...
.53, 54 RESOLUTION ON DEATH OF MR. M. L. ALEXANDER.. ... 55 REPORT OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE..
.... 56 REPORT OF RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE..
.... 58 REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON PLACE OF MEETING..
.... 62 REPORT OF TREASURER..
.63, 64 APPENDIX I. CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION OF THE
SOUTHERN FORESTRY CONGRESS WITH List OF CHARTER
APPENDIX II. BY-LAWS OF THE SOUTHERN FORESTRY
CONGRESS APPENDIX III. LIST OF PATRONS OF THE Sixth SOUTHERN FORESTRY CONGRESS...
.... 76 APPENDIX IV. LIST OF REGISTERED DELEGATES ATTENDING THE Sixth SOUTHERN FORESTRY CONGRESS..
MONDAY, JANUARY 28
10:00 A. M. Invocation-Rev. W. A. Jonnard, St. John's Episcopal Church,
Savannah. Address of Welcome-Hon. Paul E. Seabrook, Mayor of
Savannah. Reply-Col. Joseph Hyde Pratt, President Western N. C.
Inc., Asheville, N. C. President's Address—Bonnell H. Stone, Pfister & Vogel Land
Co., Blairsville, Ga. Topic— The Naval Stores Industry: "Prolonging the Life of the Industry—the Producer's
Part." Address by L. V. Pringle, Vice-President
Gillican-Chipley Co., Inc., Biloxi, Miss. "Can the Factor Prevent Reckless Turpentining ?" Address
by H. L. Kayton, Vice-President Carson Naval Stores
Co., Savannah. Discussion, led by Thomas Gamble, Editor Naval Stores Re
view, Savannah. Appointment of Committees.
1:30 P. M. Automobile tour of Savannah, followed by an oyster roast at
the Savannah Yacht Club, and drive to Tybee Beach.
8:15 P. M. Illustrated Lecture-"What Goes on Inside a Turpentined
Tree," by Miss Eloise Gerry, Forest Products Labo
ratory, U.S. Forest Service, Madison, Wis. Motion Pictures-Louisiana Department of Conservation, and
U. S. Forest Service.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
10:00 A. M.
Topic-Forestry and the South's Business : “Forest Fires—a Menace to the South Atlantic Ports.”
Address by Matthew Hale, President South Atlantic
Maritime Corporation, Washington, D. C. "A Business Man's View of the Cut-Over Land Problems."
Address by O. H. L. Wernicke, President Pensacola
Tar and Turpentine Co., Gull Point, Fla. "Florida's Forests and Florida's Agriculture." Address
by R. W. Bennett, Secretary Standard Container Man
ufacturers, Jacksonville, Fla. "The Surest Crop on the Farm." Address by H. M. Cur
ran, Extension Specialist, Raleigh, N. C. "The Interest of Banks and Trust Companies in Forestry."
Address by Eliot Norton, Interstate Trust & Banking
Co., New Orleans, La. Discussion of each paper as presented.
2:00 P. M.
Topic—The Responsibility for Forestry: "Forestry—a Problem for Us All." Address by David L.
Goodwillie, Chairman National Forestry Policy Com
mittee, National Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, Ill. "The State's Part." Address by member of State Forestry
Board, Alabama. "Can the Hardwood Manufacturer Practise Forestry?"
Address by Phil D. Houston, Houston Bros., Vicks
burg, Miss, “Forestry for the Pine Manufacturer.” Address by J. M.
Camp, Vice-President Camp Manufacturing Co.,
8:15 P. M. Introductory Address—Hon. Clifford Walker, Governor of
Georgia, Chairman. “The Newspapers' Interest in Forestry.” Address by Major
James A. Holloman, Managing Editor, Atlanta Con
stitution, Atlanta, Ga. "France Points the Way to America." Address by Col. Wm. B.
Greeley, Chief Forester, United States Forest Service,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30
10:00 A. M.
Report of the Secretary-R. D. Forbes, New Orleans, La. Reports of Standing Committees—Executive, Col. Joseph Hyde
Pratt; Finance, J. K. Johnson, Great Southern Lum-
J. S. Holmes, State Forester, Chapel Hill, N. C.
2:00 P. M.
Round Table Conference-State Delegations from South Caro
lina, Georgia and Florida. Presiding Officers: South Carolina-Prof. Andrew C. Moore, University of
South Carolina, Columbia, President South Carolina
Vice-President Georgia Forestry Association.
4:00 P. M.
“The South's Opportunity”—Illustrated Lecture by Dr. Austin
Cary, U. S. Forest Service, Washington, D. C.