John W. Warner
Date of Death: June 22, 1902
After the call of the docket, Mr. William V. Bouic, Chairman of a Committee of the Bar Association, in a brief address, called the attention of the Court to the death of John W. Warner, and presented the following resolutions, which the Court ordered spread upon the minutes:
At a meeting of the Bar Association the undersigned were appointed a Committee to report to this Honorable Court the death of John W. Warner, one of the most respected members of this Bar, on the 22nd day of June, in the year 1902.
The Committee was also directed to draft and incorporate in this report suitable resolutions, therefore this Committee resolves:
1st. That in the death of our brother, John W. Warner, this Bar has lost one of its most honorably and highly esteemed members:
2nd. That the professional career of our brother, John W. Warner, was such as to elevate the Bar.
3rd. That in his death this Bar has sustained most serious loss and the Community a highly valuable citizen.
And this Committee now moves that these resolutions be placed upon the minutes of the Court; and that your Honorable Court now adjourn in token of its respect for our departed brother.
W. V. Bouic
E. C. Peter
Wm. H. Talbott,
Committee appointed at a meeting of the Bar Association