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46 HASKINS & SELLS June Elijah Watt Sells Scholarship Fund MRS. JOHN H. BOVARD of Kansas City, has founded at New York University, as a memorial to her brother, a scholarship, to be supported by the above named fund. The terms of the scholarship provide that the income from the fund shall be granted annually and the award announced at the opening exercises of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, the income to be applied by the University during the ensuing year to the expenses of a student or prospective student in the School of Commerce, who being worthy and in need of financial assistance shall have been designated by Haskins & Sells. Thus will Mr. Sells' name be made a real thing each year to some deserving student. Thus will students in New York University School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance be reminded annually of one of its founders whose zeal for education never flagged. Mr. L. E. Palmer, manager of New York Thirty-ninth Street Office, has been appointed a member of the committee of the American Institute of Accountants on "Graphic Charts and Ratios in Business." Mr. Palmer is also chairman of the committee on "Preparation of Working Papers." Mr. W. E. Nissen, manager of our Salt Lake City Office, recently has been made a member of the Mining Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Club of Salt Lake City. Miss H. C. Haines, of the New York Thirty-ninth Street Office, is to be congratulated upon her article entitled, "Allocation of Costs and Budget Making for Schools of Nursing," which appears in two installments in the January and February issues, respectively, of the Trained Nurse and Hospital Review. Our congratulations are extended to Messrs. W. H. Holt, H. H . Karley, D. R. Srigley, and E. J . Zick, of the Detroit Office, on their recent attainment of the C. P. A. degree of the State of Michigan. Mr. Srigley has the further distinction of being the youngest person to receive the degree in Michigan. Mr. John F. Forbes, resident partner on the Pacific Coast, has recently acquired the C. P. A. certificate of the State of Utah, in addition to the many other certificates which he holds. We have noted with pleasure in the Portland Commerce of April 26, the appointment of Mr. R. J . Leo, manager of our Portland Office, as a member of the Finance Committee and the House Committee, respectively, of the Portland Chamber of Commerce. The McGinnies bill designed to regulate the practice of accountancy in the state of New York, after having passed both houses of the last legislature, was vetoed by Governor Smith on the grounds that the measure tended to impose increasing difficulties on young men who aspire to enter the profession and that neither the accountancy profession nor business concerns needs further protection than the present law affords.
Elijah Watt Sells Scholarship Fund
Elijah Watt Sells Scholarship Fund
Accounting -- Law And Legislation -- New York
Bovard, Mrs. John H.
Palmer, Leslie Edward
Nissen, Walter E.
Haines, Hannah Claire
Holt, W. H.
Karley, Hubert H.
Srigley, D. R.
Zick, E. J.
Forbes, John Franklin
Leo, Robert James
Haskins & Sells. New York Office
Haskins & Sells. Salt Lake City Office
Haskins & Sells. Detroit Office
Haskins & Sells. Portland Office
Haskins & Sells Bulletin, Vol. 07, no. 06 (1924 June), p. 46
|Source||Originally published by: Haskins & Sells|
|Collection||Deloitte Digital Collection|
|Digital Publisher||University of Mississippi Libraries. Accounting Collection|
|Identifier||HS Bulletin 7-p46|