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OHIO

State Bar Association

REPORTS, VOL. XIII.

PROCEEDINGS

OP THE

Annual Meeting Of The Association,

HELD AT

PUT-IN-BHY,

ON

July 13, 14 And 15, 1892.
Constitution, By-laws, List Of Officers, Members, Etc.

Akron, Ohio,
The Werner Ptg. & Lith. Co.

LIBRAPr OF THE IftVnSTA, > UNIVERSIT1

LAW DEPARTMENT.

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Ohio State Bar Association.

CONSTITUTION.

I. NAME.

This Association shall be known as "the Ohio State Bar Association."

Ii. Object.

The Association is formed to advance the science of jurisprudence, to promote reform in the law, to facilitate the administration of justice, to uphold integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession; to encourage thorough liberal legal education, and to cultivate cordial intercourse among members of the Bar.

III. MEMBERSHIP.

The members of the Bar attending this Convention as delegates, this eighth day of July, 1880, are hereby declared to be members of this Association, provided they shall, during its present session, pay the admission fee and sign this Constitution. Any member of the Bar, of good standing, residing or practicing in the State of Ohio, may become a member of the Association upon nomination and vote, as hereinafter provided.

IV. ELECTION OF MEMBERS.

All nominations for membership shall be made by the Committee on Admissions, and must be transmitted in writing to the President and by him reported to the Association, and if any member demands a vote upon any name thus reported, the Association shall thereupon vote thereon by ballot. Seyeral nominees may be voted upon on the same ballot, and in such case the placing of the word "no:*

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