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tion or District with which he is connected. And it shall be the duty of the Annual Conferences to see that the amounts apportioned to the different pastoral charges are raised and forwarded quarterly, when practicable, to the Book Agents.
Resolved, 2. That the Book Agents at New York and Cincinnati be instructed to loan to the Episcopal Fund such sums as may be required over and above the collections received to meet the drafts of the Bishops for salary and traveling expenses, and for the widows and orphans of deceased Bishops, from the first of June, 1876, to the first of January, 1877. But they shall not increase the above loans to said Fund by any further amount than is necessary to pay the house rent and traveling expenses of the Bishops, which sums shall be returned to the Book Concern as soon as collected for the Episcopal Fund.—Journal, 1876, May 30.
23. Expenses of Judicial Conferences. 1. Triers of Appeals shall have their traveling expenses paid from their place of residence to the place where the Judicial Conference sball be held, and also the expenses of their return, computing the distances traveled by the most direct route.
2. It shall be the duty of each member of said Conference in attendance to render to the Secretary of the Confer. ence a detailed account of his traveling expenses, at the time of the meeting of said Conference, and the Secretary shall forward this statement to the Book Agents.
3. The Secretary shall certify to the Bishop presiding the whole amount to be paid for the holding of said Judicial Conference,
4. The Bishop shall draw an order on the Book Concern: if it be in the Eastern department, on the Agents of the Book Concern at New York; if it should be in the Western department, it shall be drawn on the Agents at Cincinnati.
5. Immediately after the receipt of the draft from the Bishops, the Agents sball cause to be sent to each person the
Amount which had been certified to them by the Secretary of the Judicial Confer
6. This provision shall apply also to expenses of Judicial Conferences already held.-Journal, 1876, May 31.
24. General Conference Districts. First District. East Maine, Maine, New England, New Hampshire, Providence, Vermont-6.
Second District. Foochow, Newark New Jersey, New York, New York East, Troy-6.
Third District. East Genesee, Central New York, Northern New York, North India, South India, Western New York, Wyoming-7.
Fourth District. Central Pennsylvania, East Ohio, Erie, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, North Ohio-6.
Fifth District. Baltimore, Delaware, Florida, Liberia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia Washington, West Virginia, Wilmington-10.
Sixth District. Central Ohio, Cincin. nati, Indiana, Kentucky, Lexington, North Indiana, Ohio, South-east ID: diana_8.
Seventh District. Alabama, Arkansas, Central Alabama, Georgia, Holston, Louisiana, Mississippi, Savannah, Tennessee, Texas, West Texas 11.
Eighth District. Central Illinois, Detroit, Michigan, North-west Indiana, Norway, Rock River, Sweden—7.
Ninth District. Des Moines, Minnesota, North-west Iowa, Upper Iowa, West Wisconsin, Wisconsin-6.
Tenth District. Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, St. Louis, Southern Illinois, South Kansas—7.
Eleventh District. California, Colorado, Columbia River, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Rocky Mountain, Southern California-8.
Twelfth District. Central German, Chi. cago German, East German, Germany and Switzerland, North-west German, Southern German, South-west German-7.
25. Book Committee.
I, AM PRINCE,
V, L. C. MATLACE,
District VII, WILLIAM BRUSH,
VIII, J. L. SMITH,
X, W. S. PRENTICE,
LOCAL OOMMITTLE AT NEW YORK. JAMES H. TAFT,
GEORGE J. FERRI, J. B. CORNELL.
LOOAL COMMITTEZ AT OINCINNATL
AMOR SHINKLE, R. A. W. BRUEH,
C. W. ROWLAND.
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District I, JOSEPH CUMMINGS,
II, JAMES Y. BATES,
Y, D. H. K. Dix,
X, BERNARD KELLEY,