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NOTE.

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1. Increasing Volume of Our Statutory Law. 2. Inchoate Right of Dower. 3. Prevalency of the Crime of Perjury.

The Limitation of Inheritances.
Legal Education.

The State Constitution of 1894, as
Affecting Appellate Tribunals.

The Statute Law of the State.

Statutory Revision and Consolidation.

The [subject of the annual addresses has been, where not otherwise stated, review of the objects attained during each year, and suggestions for the future.

ANNUAL ADDRESSES.

Year.

Name.

1878 SAMUEL F. MILLER.

1880 GEORGE W. BIDDLE.

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Subject.

Legislation in This Country as it
Affects the Administration of
Justice in the Courts; What it
has Been; What it Ought to Be.
Retrospective Legislation.

1881 *STANLEY MATTHEWS......... The Function of the Legal Profes-
sion in the Progress of Civiliza-
tion.

1883 Right Hon. Baron COLERIDGE, Lord Chief Justice of England....

1884 JOHN G. MILBURN....

1887 HENRY HITCHCOCK...

... American Lawyers and American

Law.

... What is This Age and Time Ac-
complishing in the Domain of
Law?

Recent Changes in American State
Constitutions.

1888 DANIEL DOUGHERTY........ The Integrity and Independence of

the Bar.

1889 THOMAS M. COOLEY......... Comparative

1890 ROBERT G. INGERSOLL.......

1891 JOHN S. WISE...

Merits of Written

and Prescriptive Constitutions.

Crimes Against Criminals.

New Litigation on Highways Re-
sulting from the Use of Elec-
tricity.

1892 MELVILLE BIGELOW......... Respect for the Law and Responsi

1893 ALTON B. PARKER....

bility of the Profession.

..... A Phase of Law Reform.

* By resolution of the Association, owing to the death of President Garfield, which took place on the day of the meeting of the Association, the annual address and all papers, instead of being read, were submitted in silence.

† A special meeting was called October 11, 1883, to receive Lord Coleridge.

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1896 CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW...... Patriotism and Jingoism - the Lawyer's Duty.

1897 WILLIAM L. WILSON........ Some Points in the Working of Our Constitutional System.

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1897 WALTER S. LOGAN.... .... A Few Suggestions on Lord Chief Justice Russell's Address at Saratoga.

1898 WILLIAM C. DEWITT....... Charter of Greater New York.

1899 OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES... Law in Science and Science in Law.

1900 HENRY B. BROWN..

1901 WU TING-FANG..

1902 JULES CAMBON

1902 JAMES M. BECK.

1903 ROKUICHIRO MASUJIMA...

... The Liberty of the Press.

Chinese Jurisprudence.

The Relations of Diplomacy to the
Development of International Law,
Public and Private.

The Suppression of Anarchy.

The Present Position of Japanese
Law and Jurisprudence.

1904 JOHN WATSON FOSTER...... What the United States Has Done

for International Arbitration.

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1878 GROSVENOR P. LowREY....... Telegrams;

1878 GEORGE Shay......

1879 FREDERIC R. COUDERT....

1879 ALBERT STICKNEY....

1879 JOHN REYNOLDS....

1879 EDWIN COUNTRYMAN.

1879 A. P. SMITH

Their Inviolability against Disclosure, Subpoena and Search Warrant.

Some Thoughts on Henry Wheaton

and the Epoch to which He Belonged.

Some Points of Civil and of Common Law.

Our Methods of Trials in Courts. The Extent to which Conveyances May be Set Aside as Fraudulent, Though the Purchaser has Paid a Valuable Consideration and there is no Actual Fraud.

Fragmental Law Reform.

Surrogates' Courts and Surrogates Practice.

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