Proceedings and Committee Reports Volume 14

Proceedings and Committee Reports Volume 14

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...the marriage, and they, with their mother, survive him. Mr. G. L. STEDMAN--I notice several omissions of names of gentlemen who have died within the past year. The name of William H. Young of Albany should be added. The PRESIDENT--The chair would suggest whether the names mentioned in the report are confined to this Association.. Mr. C. A. PEABODY--Members of the bar. Mr. G. L. STEDMAN--There is also the name of Edward Wade, of Albany.. Mr. C. A. PEABODY--Not merely members of distinction in the Bar Association, but other names. The PRESIDENT--I suggest the name of Nathan P. Hinman, of Albany, a lawyer of distinction, although he may not have been a member of this Association. You hear the report of the committee as presented, together with the suggestion that such biographical notices of these deceased gentlemen as the committee may prepare, be published in the proceedings of the meeting. Mr. C. A. PEABODY--As part of the report, I would suggest. The PRESIDENT--That course will be pursued if there be no objection. The report will be received, accepted and filed. Mr. ELLIOTT F. SHEPARD---May I be allowed to nominate for membership Col. William L. Brown, of New York city? The PRESIDENT--You hear the nomination made by Mr. Shepard. It is not strictly in order, but it will be entertained if there is no objection. Motion carried. Mr. ELLIOTT F. SHEPARD--Let me inquire whether any action has been taken in regard to making Mr. Wise an honorary member of the Association. Would it be agreeable to the Association to have such motion made? The PRESIDENT---No objection is made. Mr. SHEPARD--He is a very distinguished member of the bar and he still retains his citizenship in the "Old Dominion." We are at liberty, under our rules, to elect...show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236841271
  • 9781236841278