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INCOME TAX PROJECT 1 (NOTES OF MEETING OF POLICY COMMITTEE, February 23-24, 1950)

handle is hein.ali/aliftp0392 and id is 1 raw text is: NOTES OF MEETING. OF POLICY COMMITTEE,
-INCOME-TAX PROJECT,  MRICAN LAW INSTITUTE.
February 23end 24, 1950
Judge Goodrich opened the meeting with a discussion of finances and
the likelihood of having this proposed Code passed by Congress. Mr. Gris-
wold said that a revision of the Internal Revenue Code is being prepared by
the Joint Committee; he is concerned that if that is enacted, this work of
the American Law Institute ill be shelved.
Mr. Surrey doesn't think it is that serious, since the present Joint
Committee revision is merely a matter of. bringing the Code up to date.
Mr. Griswold also voiced his objections concerning the presentation
at the Washington meeting earlier this year of material which had never been
seen and approved  by the Policy Committee. He pointed out that it was pre-
sented by someone who had never appeared before the Policy Committee.
Judge Goodrich and Mr. Surrey then discussbd the setting-up of sub-
committees made up of members of the Advisory Group. Judge Goodrich agreed
to write to Mr. Blodgett of Boston inviting him to become a member; he said
that he would speak to Mr. Spofford about additional members from Philadelphia
for the Advisory Group (in an attempt to get someone who will balance Mr.
Spofford and Mr. Moore). At the Advisory Group meeting in Washington, Mr.
Keesling suggested the names of Messrs. Altman, Scheerer, and Chrystal.
Judge Goodrich thinks that there are enough members of the Advisory Group
from the West Coast now and in view of the expense involved, it would be
best not to add any more. Mr. Miller suggested that Mr. Matthews be added
to the Southwestern group; Judge Goodrich said that he would ask Mr. Anderson
about the names of some other lawyers in that general area (perhaps from
Louisiana).
Mr. Surrey prepared.a tentative list of subcommittees based on the
•preppint members of the Advisory Group and said that he would send it to
Philadelphia.

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