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SUBJECT. 1896. JOSEPH B. WABNER.......... The Responsibilities of the Law.
yer. 1896. MONTAGUE CBACKANTHORPE,
of the English Bar........ The Uses of Legal History. 1897. ROBERT MATHEB ............ Constitutional Construction and
the Commerce Clause. 1897. EUGENE WAMBAUGH ...... The Present Scope of Govern.
ment. 1898. LYMAN D. BREWSTER........ Uniform State Laws. 1898. L. C. KRAUTHOFT............ Malice as an Ingredient of a
Civil Cause of Action. 1899. EDWARD Q. KLASBEY......... New Jersey and the Great Cor.
porations. 1899. SIB WM. RANN KENNEDY,
Judge of the High Court of
Judicature ............... The State Punishment of Crime. 1900. EDWARD A VERY HARRIMAN... Ultra Vires Corporation Leases. 1900. JOHN BASSETT MOORE........ A Hundred Years of American
Diplomacy. 1900. RICHARD M. VENABLE........ Growth or Evolution of Law. 1901. RICHARD C. DALE............ Implied Limitations upon the Ex
ercise of the Legislative Power. 1901. HENBY D. ESTABROOK. ....... The Lawyer, Hamilton. 1901. CHARLES J. HUGHES, JB...... The Evolution of Mining Law. 1901. PLATT ROGERS .............. The Law of New Conditions
Illustrated by the Law of Irri.
gation. 1902. M. D. CHALMERS,
Parliamentary Counsel to
the Treasury (England)... Codification of Mercantile Law. 1902. AMABA M. EATON........... The Origin of Municipal Incor
poration in England and in the
United States. 1902. EMLIN MCCLAIN ............ The Evolution of the Judicial
Opinion. 1903. SIB FREDERICK POLLOCK,
of the English Bar........ English Law Reporting. 1903. WILLIAM A. GLASGOW, JB.... A Dangerous Tendency of Legis
lation. 1904. J. M. DICKINSON............ The Alaskan Boundary Case. 1904. BENJAMIN F. ABBOTT........ To What Extent will a Nation
Protect Its Citizens in Foreign
Countries? 1905. RICHARD LOCKHART HAND.... Government by the People.
SUBJECT. 1906. ROBCOR POUND
The Causes of Popular Dissatis
faction with the Administra
tion of Justice. 1906. JOHN J. JENKINS...
Can Congress Transfer to the
States its Power to Regulato
Commerce? 1906. THOMAS J. KEBNAN. ..... The Jurisprudence of Lawless
ness. 1906. GEORGE B. Davis... ... Some Recent Progress in Inter
national Law. 1907. CHARLES F. AMIDON.
The Nation and tho Constitution. 1907. CHARLES A. PROUTY... A Fundamental Detect in the Act
to Regulate Commerce. 1908. CORNELIUS H. HANFORD. ... National Progression and the
Increasing Responsibilities of
Our National Judiciary. 1908. EDGAR H. FARRAB.. .. The Extension of the Admiralty
Jurisdiction by Judicial Inter
pretation. 1908. FREDERICK BAUAMAN ..... Are Our Laws Responsible for
the Increase of Violent Crime? 1909. GEOBOES BARBEY
French Family Law. 1909. JULIAN W. MACK...
Juvenile Courts. 1909. WILLIAM L. CARPENTER. Courts of Last Resort. 1910. W. A. HENDERSON..
The Development of the Hono
rarium. 1910. CHARLES W. MOORES.
The Career of a Country Lawyer
-Abraham Lincoln. 1911. JUSTICE HENRY B. Beown, Retired
The New Federal Judicial Code. 1911. ROBERT S. TAYLOR...
Equity Rules 33, 34 and 35. 1912. GEORGE SUTHERLAND
The Courts and the Constitution. 1912. SYMPOSIUM
The American Judicial System.
(b) The Lawyers. FREDERICK N. JUDSON. (c) The Procedure. 1913. WILLIAM H. Tart.... The Selection and Tenure of
Judges. 1913. SYMPOSIUM
The Struggle for Simplification
of Legal Procedure.
(b) Legal Procedure and Social
SUBJECT. 1914. RT. HON. SIB CHABLES FITZ
PATRICK, Chief Justice of
the Dominion of Canada... The Constitution of Canada 1914. Rr. Hon. ROMULO S. NAON,
Ambassador from the Ar-
The Argentine Constitutional
Ideas. 1916. SIMEON E. BALDWIN.. ... Changes in International Law. 1915. FELIX FRANKFURTEB. . The Law and the Law School. 1916. WILLIAM E. BOBAH.
The Lawyer and the Public. 1916. FBANK J. GOODNOW.. .Private Rights and Administra.
tive Discretion. 1917. CHARLES E. HUGHES..... War Powers under the Constitu.
tion. 1917. ROBERT MCNUTT MCELROY...The Representative Idea and the
War. 1917. WILLIAM H. BURGES.. A Hothouse Constitution; Mexico
1917. 1917. GASTON DE LEVAL..... Prussian Law as Applied in Bel
gium. 1918. HAMPTON L, CARSON... Heralds of a World Democracy:
The English and American
Revolutions. 1918. TSUNEJIRO MIYAORA..... The Safeguard of Civil Liberty
in Japan. 1918. GEORGE P. SCRIVEN.
Italy, Our Ally; Hér Great Part
in the War. 1918. EMILIO GUGLIELMOTTI Response to Address of George
P. Scriven. 1918. FEDERICO CAMMEO.
The Present Value of Compara
tive Jurisprudence. 1919. ELBERT H. GARY....
Reconstruction and Readjust
ment. 1919. ROBERT LYNN BATTS... . The New Constitution of the
United States. 1919. ALBERT C. RITCHIE.
Power of Congress to Tax State
Securities under Sixteenth
Amendment. 1919. ROBERT LANSING
Some Legal Questions of the
Peace Conference. 1920. SIR AUCKLAND GEDDES
The Ancient Problem. 1920. VIBCOUNT CAVE
The Future of American Law. 1920. REGINALD HEBER SMITH The Relation Between Legal Aid
Work and the Administration of Justice.
SUBJECT. 1920. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES .... Legal Aid Societies, Their Func
tion and Necessity. 1920. ERNEST L. TUSTIN.
.The Relation of Legal Aid to the
Municipality. 1920. BEN B. LINDBEY
Justice for Parent and Child
Without Cost. 1921. HARRY M. DAUGHERTY Respect for Law. 1921. SIR JOHN A. SIMON.
Our Common Inheritance of Law. 1921. CHARLES S. THOMAS.
Without a Friend. 1921. ROKUICHIRO MASUJIMA International Bar Association. 1921. CHARLES S. WHITMAN. Unenforceable Law. 1921. LUTHER Z. ROSSER
The Illegal Enforcement of Crim.
inal Law. 1921. MARCUS A, KAVANAGH.. The Adjustment of Penalties.
NOTE.-For list of papers read before Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, and the Section of Patent, Trade Mark and Copyright Law, see 1920 report, Vol. XLV, pages 329 to 337, inclusive. There were no formal papers read before either of these Sections at the 1921 meeting.
OF THE COMPARATIVE LAW BUREAU The annual meeting of the Comparative Law Bureau of the American Bar Association was held at Cincinnati, Ohio, on August 31, 1921, at 2.30 P. M. Robert P. Shick of Pennsylvania presided.
There were present Wm. W. Smithers, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Robert Black, of Cincinnati, Ohio; Andrew A. Bruce, of Minneapolis, Minn.; W. 0. Hart, of New Orleans, La.; John S. Lehmann, of St. Louis, Mo.; N. E. Corthell, Laramie, Wyo.; E. C. Massie, Richmond, Va.; S. C. Schwarzkopf, of Manila, P. I.; and George A. Malcolm, of the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands, at Manila, P. I.
The Secretary read the report of the work of his office during the past year which on motion duly seconded and carried, was approved and ordered to be made a part of the minutes.
(See Report at end of these minutes, page 546.) The Treasurer's report from Eugene C. Massie, Treasurer, showed the following:
For publications “ Argentine Code”...
etc., as per order No. 46............. Sept. 29, 1920 R. P. Shick, Secretary, for stationery,
postage, etc., order No. 47.......... 32.61 Dec. 23, 1920 To Frank E. Sweetzer, Trustee, for
claim of Boston Book Co. in bank• ruptcy as per order No. 48.......... 300.00