Designation of Justices 5
day of January 1900 until the causes undisposed of in said Court shall have been reduced to two hundred in number. GIVEN under my hand and the Privy Seal of the State at the Capitol in the city of Albany this second day of January in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred.
By the Governor: [L S]
Designation of Justice Werner to the Court of Appeals
State of New York
WHEREAS the Judges of the Court of Appeals have certified to me that said Court is unable by reason of the accumulation of causes pending therein to hear and dispose of the same with reasonable speed;
THEREFORE by virtue of the power conferred upon me by section seven of article six of the Constitution, I do hereby appoint the Honorable WILLIAM E. WERNER of the city of Rochester who is a Justice of the Supreme Court for the Seventh Judicial District to serve as an Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals from and after the first day of January 1900 until the causes undisposed of
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