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DESIGNATIONS TO APPELLATE DIVISION AND RE

QUIREMENTS UPON THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL

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VII

DESIGNATIONS TO APPELLATE DIVISION AND RE

QUIREMENTS UPON THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL

Designation of Justice Isaac N. Mills as Associate Justice of the

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court for the Second
Department

STATE OF New YORK — EXECUTIVE CHAMBER In accordance with section 2 of article 6 of the Constitution and the statute in such case made and provided, the Honorable Isaac N. MILLS, of Mount Vernon, who is a Justice of the Supreme Court in the Ninth Judicial District, is hereby redesignated as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in and for the Second Judicial Department for a term beginning on the fourth day of May, nineteen hundred and twenty, and ending with his term of office as a Justice of the Supreme Court on the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and twenty. GIVEN under my hand and the Privy Seal of the State at the

Capitol in the City of Albany this sixteenth day of (L. s.] March in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty.

(Signed) ALFRED E. SMITH. By the Governor : GEORGE R. Van NAMEE,

Secretary to the Governor.

ing with his teremy of May, ninetebepartment

Designation of Justice Samuel Greenbaum as Associate Justice

of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court for the First Department

STATE OF New York — EXECUTIVE CHAMBER In accordance with section two of article six of the Constitution and the statute in such case made and provided, the Honorable SAMUEL GREENBAUM, of New York City, who is a Justice of the Supreme Court of the First Judicial District, is hereby designated as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in and for the First Judicial Department, for a term beginning on the thirtieth day of March, nineteen hundred and twenty, and ending with his term of office as a Justice of the Supreme

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Court on the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and twenty-four. Given under my hand and the Privy Seal of the State at the

Capitol in the City of Albany this twenty-second day of (L. S.] March in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty.

(Signed) AIFRED E. SMITH. By the Governor : GEORGE R. Van NAMEE,

Secretary to the Governor.

Designating the Attorney General to Represent the People at

the Extraordinary Term of the Supreme Court Being Held in New York County and to Appear Before the Grand Jury for the Purpose of Conducting Investigation of Charges Against Certain Members of the District Attorney's Staff, New York County

STATE OF NEW YORK — EXECUTIVE CHAMBER To the Honorable Charles D. NEWTON, Attorney-General of the

State of New York: SIR.— Pursuant to the provisions of section 62 of the Executive Law, I hereby require that you, the Attorney-General of this State, attend in person, or by one of your deputies, an Extraordinary Term of the Supreme Court appointed to be held in and for the County of New York on the eleventh day of August, 1919, and that you, in person or by said deputy, appear before the grand jury drawn for said term of said court, for the purpose of managing and conducting in said Court and before said grand jury any and all proceedings, examinations and inquiries, and any and all criminal actions and proceedings which may be had or taken by or before said grand jury, concerning or relating to

1. John T. Dooling, a member of the staff of Edward Swann, District Attorney of New York County, growing out of or based upon any violation or alleged violation of law rising through or from any act or transaction on the part of said John T. Dooling in violation of subdivision 2 and subdivision 6 of section 580 of the Penal Law of the State of New York, and sections 376 and 1846 of the Penal Law of the State of New York, in connection with the indictment, or the procuring of the indictment, or the attempting to procure the indictment of one Gaston B. Means.

2. James E. Smith, a member of the staff of Edward Swann, District Attorney of New York County, growing out of or based upon any violation or alleged violation of law rising through or from any act or transaction on the part of said James E. Smith in violation of sections 372, 1841 and 1857 of the Penal Law of the State of New York, in respect to the investigation and presentation of complaints and charges against gambling and disorderly houses in the City and County of New York.

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3. Edwin P. Kilroe, a member of the staff of Edward Swann, District Attorney of New York County, growing out of or based upon any violation or alleged violation of law rising through or from any act or transaction on the part of said Edwin P. Kilroe, in violation of sections 1841 and 1857 of the Penal Law of the State of New York in the presentation and prosecution of charges of larceny made by Thomas B. Donaldson, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Pennsylvania, against George F. Montgomery.

And to further manage and conduct the prosecution and trial at this Extraordinary Term, or at any term at which they may be hereafter tried, of any and all indictments that may be found upon any of the violations of law hereinbefore mentioned, and that, in person or by your deputy, in place and stead of the District Attorney of New York County, you exercise all the powers and perform all the duties conferred upon you by said section 62 of the Executive Law and this requirement thereunder. Given under my hand and the Privy Seal of the State of

New York at the Capitol in the City of Albany, this (L. s.] nineteenth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty.

(Signed.) ALFRED E. SMITH. By the Governor : GEORGE R. VAN NAMEE,

Secretary to the Governor.

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Letter to Edward Swann, District Attorney of New York

County, Notifying Him of the Issuance of the Order Desig-
nating the Attorney General to Supersede Him
STATE OF New York — EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

Albany, February 19, 1920. Honorable EDWARD SWANN, District Attorney, New York County,

Criminal Courts Building, New York City: MY DEAR JUDGE SWANN.- I received a communication under date of February 17, 1920, from Mr. Raymond F. Almirall, Foreman of the Extraordinary Grand Jury, now in session in your county, making specific charges against three members of your staff, as follows:

1. John T. Dooling, charged in connection with Alexander R. Reichman with a conspiracy to falsely and maliciously indict one Gaston B. Means for the crime of murder and to procure said Means to be complained of and arrested for such crime in violation of section 580, subdivision 2, of the Penal Law, and with violations of subdivision 6 of section 580 and sections 1846 and 376 of the Penal Law.

2. James E. Smith, charged with various violations of section 372 of the Penal Law, and with neglect of duty in violation of section 1841 and 1857 of the Penal Law, in respect of the investigation and presentation of gambling and disorderly houses.

3. Edwin P. Kilroe, charged with neglect and omission of duty in violation of sections 1841 and 1857 of the Penal Law in failing to present and prosecute charges of larceny made by Thomas B. Donaldson, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Pennsylvania, against George F. Montgomery.

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