Bulletin HASKINS & SELLS 31
The New York State Society of Certified
Public Accountants, of which Mr.
Howard B. Cook is president, commemorated
the twenty-fifth anniversary of its
foundation by a banquet on the evening of
April 10, 1922, at the Waldorf-Astoria,
New York City. The occasion called together
a notable gathering of members of
the profession, including many of the
Council of the American Institute of Accountants,
and the presidents of state
societies. The toastmaster of the evening
was Dean Joseph French Johnson of New
York University. Speeches were made by
Messrs. Edward L. Suffern, Edward E. Gore,
Bruce Barton, Senator William M. Calder
and Theodore H. Price.
We announce the appointment, effective
April 1, 1922, of Mr. L. E. Palmer as
assistant manager of the New York 39th
We note with pleasure that Mr. E. C.
Gause has recently received a C. P. A.
certificate issued by the State Board of
Accountancy of Delaware. Apropos of
this degree, Mr. Gause writes under date
of March 16:
"I value this certificate because it is the
first one issued by the Board under the reciprocal
clause and also because Delaware is
the state of my birth and early life."
Mr. Gause also holds C. P. A. certificates
of the states of Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Missouri, Colorado, and Oklahoma.
Mr. J. N. Casella, of the Denver Office,
has our congratulations upon his success
in passing the C.P.A. examinations held
by the State Board of Accountancy of
Colorado in November, 1921.