Byron Sylvester Waite
(1852-1930) was a federal judge
on the Board of General Appraisers
, which became the United States Customs Court
during the time of his service thereon.
Waite was nominated to the Board by President Theodore Roosevelt. He was confirmed on June 18, 1902. He assumed senior status on the USCC on October 31, 1930, and served in that capacity until his death on December 31, 1930.
- Read law, 1879
- University of Michigan, A.B., 1880
- Private practice, Wayne County, Michigan, 1880-1889
- Member, Michigan House of Representatives, 1889-1895
- Assistant prosecuting attorney, Wayne County, Michigan, 1895-1898
- Judge, Third Judicial Circuit, Michigan, 1898-1900