HISTORY OF CANAAN.
law in that city until 1905, when he removed permanently to Canaan. In 1900 was admitted to practice in the courts of New Hampshire, and although never having hung up any shingle, does not refuse to practice his profession. He married December 22, 1889, Alice Hutchinson, daughter of Lucius B. and Alice M. (Rollins) Hutchinson of New York City. He has been trustee of the town library since 1907; was a member of the town school board in 1907 and 1908; representative to the General Court in 1909, and was chairman of the committee on liquor laws and a member of the committee on revision of statutes; was appointed justice of the police court June 19, 1907. Mr. Wallace is a thirty-second degree Mason, with membership in Summit Lodge of Canaan; St. Andrews Chapter, and Washington Council at Lebanon; Sullivan Commandery at Claremont, and the New Hampshire Consistory at Nashua; he is also a member of Kimball Chapter, Order of the, Eastern Star, at Lebanon, and a noble of Bektash Temple of the Mystic Shrine at Concord.