Proceedings of the Illinois State Bar Association Volume 29

Proceedings of the Illinois State Bar Association Volume 29

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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. 1905 edition. Excerpt: want is permanent and eflicient treaties. JUDGE TULEY: The paper did not endorse the treaties that were passed by the Senate? MR. ROSENTHAL: Not at all. JUDGE TULEY: Merely recommended that proper treaties be enacted. MR. SMALLEY: That is all right, I endorse that. PnnSInnwr Gnnoomz: All in favor of the motion of Judge Tuley signify by saying "aye." The motion was carried by unanimous vote. PRESIDENT GmaoonY: Now, Gen. Orendorff? GEN. OnENnonrr: It has been suggested that this matter is unfinished business and properly would come up at the PROCEEDINGS. next session. I do not wish to make any specific motion about it. PRESIDENT GnnoonY: I was going to suggest, my understanding of the situation is that this Association has repeatedly endorsed the work of the Practice Commission. This vote this afternoon, as I understand it, settles nothing except the motion made by Mr. Smalley; it was not acceptable to the Association and was accordingly tabled. That ends the discussion without any action of the Association. JUDGE TULEY: Is it then unfinished business? JUDGE CHURCH: It can be carried over as unfinished business. PRESIDENT GREGORY: It is not necessary that it should he unfinished business. The Association is entirely competent to originate business at its next session. This came up here not as unfinished business, but by the direction of the Executive Oommittee in arranging the program. JUDGE' CHURCH: It might not get on the program of the next meeting. ' Pnnsmnur GnnoonY: I refrain from saying anything about that. I do not expect to be in the next administration, and I suggest that had better be left with the incoming committee. This concludes our business. VVe have a reception this evening!' as you know, more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 245g
  • United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236787102
  • 9781236787101