The Ochs Award was a council-level award presented from 1934 to 1945 to outstanding scouts. It was named after William Van Dyke Ochs. A gold watch was presented to the top awardee in the council. Other Scouts who had been nominated by their troop received a certificate. Several pins also exist.
For the 1935 year, the Ochs Award was presented to George McMillan.
1936-01-25 - Scouting Honors Will Be Awarded
1936-01-26 - George McMillan Acclaimed Outstanding Scout
1936-01-26 - Outstanding Scout Honored
For the 1938 year, the Ochs Award was presented to Charles F. Black.