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Zzzelection of officers.

The next business was the election of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted: President, Judge George L. Christian, of Richmond; First Vice-President, Judge Theodore S. Garnett, of Norfolk; Second Vice-President, Colonel Charles S. Venable, of Charlottesville; Third Vice-President, Colonel Thomas Lewis, of Roanoke; Treasurer, [335] Robert S. Bosher, of Richmond; Secretary, Captain Thomas Ellett, of Richmond.

Executive CommitteeColonel W. E. Cutshaw, Captain John Cussons, Captain E. P. Reeve, and James T. Gray, of Richmond, and Captain W. Gordon McCabe, of Petersburg.

The President announced that the Association would adjourn to the Regimental Armory, preparatory to attending the annual banquet, and the audience dispersed.

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