Justice Barrett’s revocation to Appellate Division, First Department

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is partly dependent upon the housing of children in the tenement house districts of the present—we should see to the improvement of the conditions which now make the congested districts of our great cities a blot on our civilization. Great good was accomplished by the tenement house commission appointed under a similar bill a few years ago. This good is now in part being nullified, and a new Commission is urgently needed.

Theodore Roosevelt

Revocation of the Designation of Justice Barrett to the Appellate Division

State of New York
Executive Chamber

WHEREAS The Honorable GEORGE C. BARRETT, a justice of the Supreme Court of the First Judicial District, having been here to fore designated to sit as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in and for the First Judicial Department and hehaving filed his written request that such designation be revoked;

NOW THEREFORE In accordance with the statute in such case made and provided the designation heretofore made of date the twelfth day of December 1899 of the Honorable GEORGE C. BARRETT to sit as Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in and for the

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