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THE THIRD AVENUE RAILROAD
COMPANY, Metropolitan Street
above-entitled cause on the part of the Complainant 1207 under and pursuant to the 67th Rule of the Supreme Court of the United States as amended.
I DO FURTHER CERTIFY, that I am not of Counsel nor Attorney for either of the parties, por in anywise interested in the event of the said cause,
I FURTHER CERTIFY, that Messi's. Bowers & Sands, by L. G. Reed and M. S. Borland appeared on the part of the complainant and Edward M. Shepard, by John M. Perry, appeared on the part of The Third Avenue Railroad Company, defendant, and Messrs. Dexter, Osborn & Fleming, by George W. Whittlesey, appeared on the part of William W. Ladd, as Receiver of the New York City Railway Company, and Bronson Winthrop, by ('. S. McVeigh, appeared on the part of Morton Trust ('ompany, in the taking of said proofs.
JOHN A. SHIELDS,
Exhibits Nos. 1 to 4.
These consist of Certified Copies of Resolutions passed at the four meetings of the Board of Direc'tors of The Third Avenue Railroad Company, held respectively on May 17, 1900 (see page 294, ante); August 7, 1903, (see page 315, amte); April 29, 1901,
(see page 316, ote), and February 18, 1907, ( see page 318, amte).