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Source: Weekly Law Bulletin and the Ohio Law Journal
Source type: journal
Document type: article
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: 16 September 1901
Volume number: 46
Issue number: none
Pagination: 123

[untitled]. Weekly Law Bulletin and the Ohio Law Journal 16 Sept. 1901 v46: p. 123.
William McKinley (death: government response); resolutions (Circuit Courts, OH); telegrams (Circuit Courts, OH).
Named persons
Silas M. Douglass; Ulysses L. Marvin; Abner McKinley; Ida McKinley; William McKinley; Harrison Wilson.
Alternate journal title: Weekly Law Bulletin and Ohio Law Journal.


[untitled] [excerpt]

     On motion of Judge Wilson, the following resolution was adopted:
     The judges of the Circuit Courts of Ohio in Annual Convention assembled, under the cloud of our great national bereavement:
     Resolved: That out of respect to our martyred President, the Circuit Courts of the state be adjourned until Friday, the 20th of September.
     Resolve[d]: That [t]he Judges of this court as[s]emble in Canton on the morning of Thursday, the 19th inst., and attend the funeral of President McKinley in a body.
     Resolved: That we extend our profound sympathy to Mrs. McKinley.
     Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the mi[n]utes of the respective Circuit Courts of the [s]tate.
     Under the instruction[s] of the judges of the Circuit Court, Chief [J]ustice Douglass sent the following telegram to the family of the late Pre[s]ident McKinley:

     “Abner McKinley, Esq.

“Canton, O.     

     “The Judges of the Circuit Courts of Ohio, assembled in annual meeting, send their sincere and heartfelt [s]ympathy to the widow and relations of our lamented and beloved President Wm. McKinley in this [h]our of their great bereavement and the ber[e]avement of the entire Am[e]rican people.

“S. M. Douglass,          
Chief Justice.”

     “U. L. Marvin,



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