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1879. CALVIN G. CHILD..
1879. HENRY HITCHCOCK
1879. GEORGE A. MERCER.
1880. HENRY D. HYDE.. 1881. THOMAS M. COOLEY.
1881. SAMUEL WAGNER
1880. HENRY E. YOUNG........
1880. GEORGE TUCKER BISPHAM....Rights of Material Men and Em
ployees of Railroad Companies as against Mortgagees. Extradition between the States. The Recording Laws of the United States.
The Advantages of a National
The Doctrine of Punitive Dam-
1882. GUSTAVE KOERNER
1883. ROBERT G. STREET.
1883. JOHN M. SHIRLEY.. 1883. SIMEON E. BALDWIN.
1884. ANDREW ALLISON
How far Questions of Public Policy may enter into Judicial Decisions.
....The Future of our Profession. Preliminary Examinations in Criminal Proceedings.
1883. SEYMOUR D. THOMPSON.....Abuses of the Writ of Habeas
Shifting Uses, from the Standpoint of the Nineteenth Cen tury.
The Inviolability of Telegrams.
Titles of Statutes.
The Civil Law as Transplanted in Louisiana.
The Rise and Probable Decline of Private Corporations in
.Stock Dividends and their Restraint.
The Prevention of Defective and
1894. CHARLES LAFLIN ALLEN.... Injunction and Organized Labor. 1895. WILLIAM WIRT HOWE. Historical Relation of the Roman Law to the Law of England.
1895. RICHARD WAYNE PARKER....The Tyrannies of Free Government, or the Modern Scope of Constitutional Guarantees of Liberty and Property.
1896. JAMES M. WOOLWORTH..... The Development of the Law of
1896. JOSEPH B. WARNER..
1896. MONTAGUE CRACKANTHORPE, of the English Bar..... 1897. ROBERT MATHER
1897. EUGENE WAMBAUGH
1898. LYMAN D. BREWSTER. 1898. L. C. KRAUTHOFF..
1899. EDWARD Q. KEASBEY...
1899. SIR WM. RANN Kennedy, Judge of the High Court of Judicature
1900 RICHARD M. VENABLE.. 1901. RICHARD C. Dale...
1902. M. D. CHALMERS,
The Responsibilities of the Lawyer.
The Uses of Legal History.
. Constitutional Construction and the Commerce Clause.
...... The Present Scope of Government.
Uniform State Laws.
Malice as an Ingredient of a
New Jersey and the Great Cor-
.The State Punishment of Crime. 1900. EDWARD AVERY HARRIMAN...Ultra Vires Corporation Leases. 1900. JOHN BASSETT MOORE...... A Hundred Years of American
.....Growth or Evolution of Law. .Implied Limitations upon the Exercise of the Legislative Power. The Lawyer, Hamilton.
1901. HENRY D. ESTABROOK......
1901. CHARLES J. HUGHES, JR...... The Evolution of Mining Law. 1901. PLATT ROGERS The Law of New ConditionsIllustrated by the Law of Irrigation.
Parliamentary Counsel to
the Treasury (England)..Codification of Mercantile Law. 1902. AMASA M. EATON......
The Origin of Municipal Incorporation in England and in the United States.
1902. EMLIN MCCLAIN
1904. J. M. DICKINSON. 1904.
1903. SIR FREDERICK POLLOCK,
of the English Bar.....
English Law Reporting.
1903. WILLIAM A. GLASGOW, JR.... A Dangerous Tendency of Legis
BENJAMIN F. ABBOTT.
1905. RICHARD LOCKHART 1906. RoscOE POUND
1906. JOHN J. JENKINS...
1906. THOMAS J. KERNAN.
1906. GEORGE B. DAVIS.....
HAND....Government by the People.
1908. EDGAR H. FARRAR.
1907. CHARLES F. AMIDON..... 1907. CHARLES A. PROUTY...
1908. FREDERICK BAUSMAN
The Evolution of the Judicial
1909. GEORGES BARBEY
1909. JULIAN W. MACK.... WILLIAM L. CARPENTER. W. A. HENDERSON...
1908. CORNELIUS H. HANFORD......National
1910. CHARLES W. MOORES..
The Alaskan Boundary Case.
Can Congress Transfer to the
The Jurisprudence of Lawless
. Some Recent Progress in International Law.
The Nation and the Constitution. .A Fundamental Defect in the Act to Regulate Commerce. Progression and the Increasing Responsibilities of Our National Judiciary.
.Tne Extension of the Admiralty Jurisdiction by Judicial Interpretation.
..... Are Our Laws Responsible for
. Juvenile Courts.
The Development of the Hono-
The Career of a Country Lawyer
1911. JUSTICE HENRY B. BROWN, Retired..
1911. ROBERT S. TAYLOR
HENRY D. ESTABROOK.
WILLIAM C. Hook..
WILLIAM A. BLOUNT.
The New Federal Judicial Code.
The American Judicial System.
(a) The Judges.
(b) The Lawyers.
(c) The Procedure.
The Selection and Tenure of
The Struggle for Simplification of Legal Procedure.
(a) Some Causes
. (b) Legal Procedure and Social Unrest.
...(c) The Goal and Its Attainment.