John S. Burton, LLB., started practicing law in Vancouver in 1928. His first profession was law, his second was most certainly chiropractic. He was the most knowledgeable layman in matters pertaining to chiropractic. He worked endless hours and travelled extensively with Dr. Walter Sturdy in the early ‘40s, when Dr. Sturdy and the other leaders were creating the Dominion Council of Chiropractors and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
Samuel F. Sommacal, D.C. A 1911 graduate of the RCI, he became active in Ontario Chiropractic Association work. He served on the organizing committee for CMCC, 1943-1946 and became the third Chairperson/President of the Board of Governors from 1947 to 1951.