. Motion made fcy Mr. Hyatt of Wyoming and seconded by Mr. Adams of Utah that the National Committee favor a Department policy in issuing licenses until such a time as the several Advisory Boards feel that ,they have reasonable knowledge on which to issue permits> Carried unanimously. Motion made by Mr. Gland of Colorado and seconded V Mr. Seeley of Utah, Resolved by the National Committee on licenses that trie "Proposed New Interpretation o. Preferences under The Taylor Act" be accepted in issuing licenses in 1937. Carried unanimously. â Now, we have cne or two motions that wore

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. Motion made fcy Mr. Hyatt of Wyoming and seconded by Mr. Adams of Utah that the National Committee favor a Department policy in issuing licenses until such a time as the several Advisory Boards feel that ,they have reasonable knowledge on which to issue permits> Carried unanimously. Motion made by Mr. Gland of Colorado and seconded V Mr. Seeley of Utah, Resolved by the National Committee on licenses that trie "Proposed New Interpretation o. Preferences under The Taylor Act" be accepted in issuing licenses in 1937. Carried unanimously. â Now, we have cne or two motions that wore  Stock Photo
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. Motion made fcy Mr. Hyatt of Wyoming and seconded by Mr. Adams of Utah that the National Committee favor a Department policy in issuing licenses until such a time as the several Advisory Boards feel that ,they have reasonable knowledge on which to issue permits> Carried unanimously. Motion made by Mr. Gland of Colorado and seconded V Mr. Seeley of Utah, Resolved by the National Committee on licenses that trie "Proposed New Interpretation o. Preferences under The Taylor Act" be accepted in issuing licenses in 1937. Carried unanimously. â Now, we have cne or two motions that wore
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. Motion made fcy Mr. Hyatt of Wyoming and seconded by Mr. Adams of Utah that the National Committee favor a Department policy in issuing licenses until such a time as the several Advisory Boards feel that ,they have reasonable knowledge on which to issue permits> Carried unanimously. Motion made by Mr. Gland of Colorado and seconded V Mr. Seeley of Utah, Resolved by the National Committee on licenses that trie "Proposed New Interpretation o. Preferences under The Taylor Act" be accepted in issuing licenses in 1937. Carried unanimously. â Now, we have cne or two motions that wore made here that were defeated. If you would like to hear them, I will read them to you. If not, I will just, submit the motions and resolutions to our Director aud pass them as they were given. What is your pleasure in that re^rd? (Audience signified that they did not wish to hear the'defeated motions), Mr, Chairman, I move the adoption of the Committee report. MR. CARPENTER: Thank you, Mr. Williams. Is it your pleasure to take these up. separately and discuss them or' take the report as a whole? VOICE: I move that we take them up separately. VOICE: I second the motion. MR. CARPENTER: The motion is made and seconded that these resolutions from the National Committee en Licenses be taken up separately and discussed and I take it you mean to. have them voted on separately. Any discussion on that motion. Are you ready for the question? (Calls for question). V_^ All those in favor of the motion that the resolutions of the National Committee on Licenses be taken up, discussed and voted on separately, all those in favor sign- ify by raying aye. 'Contrary - no.. The ayes have it. Accordingly, I will read the first part of the resolution. , The first resolution isas follows:. ."That U be resolved by the National Commites ' on Licenses that the determination of the priority rule be left to the Advisory â¢Boards of each district of the several states". Is there any discussion