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Bartels, G. C.
Bissell, Julius B.
Blood, James H.
Bonynge, Robert W.
Bryant, W. H.
Burns, D. V.
Butler, Calvin P.
Butler, Hugh.
Charpiot, Henry C.
Collier, Robert.
Cranston, Earl M.
Cuthbert, Lucius M.
Davis, Harry C.
Dayton, Wm. L.
Decker, Westbrook S.
Denison, John H.
Dimmitt, George Z.
Dines, Tyson S.
Doud, A. L.

Everett, Charles W.
Fillius, Jacob.
Fleming, John D.
Fowler, A. J.
Gabbert, W. H.
Goudy, Frank C.
Gove, Frank E.
Grozier, Joshua.

Hallett, Moses.

Hardcastle, Thos. H.

Helm, J. C.

Henry, F. T.

Hodges, George L.
Hood, Thos. H.
Hoyt, Lucius W.

Hughes, Charles J., Jr.

Isbell, Orland S.

Jerome, John L.



Johnson, Edward L.
Johnson, Henry V.
Kingsley, W. C.
Large, Samuel S.
McDonough, Frank.
Manly, George C.
May, Henry F.
Moore, Wm. A.
Morrison, R. S.
Murray, John C.
Orahood, Harper M.
Palmer, Peter L.
Park, Edwin H.
Phelps, A. C.
Pitkin, R. J.

Randall, Frederick H.
Reed, Calvin E.
Reuter, Oscar.
Rising, A. J.

Ritter, Halsted L.
Rogers, Henry T.
Rogers, Platt.

Shattuck, Hubert L.
Steele, George P.
Talbot, Ralph.
Tebbetts, W. B.
Teller, Willard.
Thomson, Charles I.

Toll, Charles H.
Vaile, J. F.
Vidal, Henry C.
Wells, E. T.

Whitted, Elmer E.

Williams, Slyvester G.

Wilson, Adair.

Worrell, Edward S., Jr.

Yeaman, Caldwell.

Wilkin, Charles A.

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1899 Adlai E. Stevenson....."The Lawyer in Politics.”

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1898 David J. Brewer.. ......"Growth of the Judicial Function."

1898 Charles E. Gast.

1899 Harry N. Haynes....

"The Colorado Doctrine of Ripar

ian Rights and Some Unsettled Questions."

"The Superintending Control of the Supreme Court Over Inferior Courts."

1899 William L. Murfree...."Two Problems in Legal Educa


Edward L. Johnson...."Have We an Unwritten Consti



Moses Hallett..


"The Private Corporation in So




Section 1. This association shall be known as "The Colorado Bar Association," and is formed to advance the science of jurisprudence; to promote the administration of justice; to secure proper legislation; to encourage a thorough legal education; to uphold the honor and dignity of the bar; to cultivate cordial intercourse among the lawyers of Colorado; and to perpetuate the history of the profession and the memory of its members.

Sec. 2. It shall not take any partisan political action, nor endorse or recommend any person for any official position.


Sec. 3. Those members of the bar who signed the call for the meeting at which this association was formed, and who shall prior to January 1, 1898, pay the admission fee and sign or cause to be signed a roll containing these By-Laws, are hereby declared to be active members of this association.

Sec. 4. Any member of the bar of the Supreme Court of Colorado residing and practicing in this state, and who has prac ticed herein for the period of one year; any state or federal judge residing in this state, and any professor in a regularly organized law school in this state, who shall comply with the requirements hereinafter set forth, may become an active member upon approval by two-thirds of the Committee on Admissions, and a favorable vote by ballot of four-fifths of those present at the meeting of the association.

Sec. 5. All applications for membership must be in writing, signed by the applicant, stating, inter alia, his name, age, residence and date of admission to practice in the Supreme Court, commission to the bench, or appointment as professor in

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